Please take a few minutes and send a message to the Governor today! Let him and our elected officials know the importance of the arts. Let your voice be heard. The proposed 20% cut to the Illinois Arts Council Agency is far too drastic. The IACA is a small agency that supports thousands of people […]CONTINUE READING →
“B sides” is a new show sponsored by the Oak Park Area Arts Council (OPAAC). This event offers local artists a chance to do some Spring Cleaning. The Arts Council is looking to make this an annual show that will replace Artful Object. An entrance fee of a $5 donation to OPAAC will be charged […]CONTINUE READING →
The Oak Park Area Arts Council celebrated the arts at our Annual Meeting on March 19, 2015, held at Pleasant Home Mansion. OPAAC announced 24 organizations that will receive grants this year. The Community Bank of Oak Park and River Forest Best in Class Awards were announced. Chicago a cappella, Heritage Chorale and Oak Park Concert […]CONTINUE READING →
Brown Cow Ice Cream Parlor, 7347 W. Madison St. in Forest Park, presents Story Time with Miss Tracey from 11:30 am-12 pm. Perfect for ages birth-6 years old. Feel free to bring a lunch. Info: 708-366-7970.
Dominican University Performing Arts Center, 7900 W. Division St. in River Forest, presents Astonished by Love: Storytelling and the Sacramental Imagination at 7 pm. Info: 708-488-5000,www.events.dom.edu.
Oak Park Public Library, 834 Lake St. in Oak Park, presents a screening of Pay 2 Play at 2 pm. Free. Info: 708-383-8200.
Musician, Mark Dvorak will perform a sing-along tribute to Pete Seeger at the Palatine Public Library, 700 N. North Court in Palatine, at 2 pm. Free. Info: 847-358-5881, www.palatinelibrary.org.
Bella Voce presents The German Romantics and Their Spiritual Influence, a concert at Grace Lutheran Church, 7300 Division St. in River Forest, at 7:30 pm. $30/$15 students with ID. Info:www.bellavoce.org.