Giving Tuesday is a worldwide day of philanthropy and giving. The Oak Park Area Arts Council (OPAAC) would like to invite you to start your giving where you live, right here in our own community. The OPAAC works to provide support and funding to 24 arts organizations through ArtsFunds, our granting program. Not only does […]CONTINUE READING →
The Oak Park Area Arts Council is thrilled and excited to present NEXUS… a benefit music concert featuring Cole DeGenova and his alternative soul revue, The People’s Republic. You will be on your feet, it’s going to be a blast! Opening the show for Cole will be The School of Rock House Band. Doors open at […]CONTINUE READING →
Off The Wall (OPAAC’s summer arts employment program for teens) is in full swing. The apprentices and master artist, Carolyn Elaine, are creating something extraordinarily beautiful. Installation of the mural is scheduled to begin next week. The mural will adorn the west side of the Austin Blvd. viaduct. By the way, this summer marks the […]CONTINUE READING →
The Oak Park & River Forest High School Gospel Choir presents a concert at 7:30 pm in the Auditorium, 201 N. Scoville in Oak Park. $7.
The Gasse School of Music presents its fall student recitals at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 611 Randolph in Oak Park, at 3 pm.
The Oak Park Concert Chorale presents What Sweeter Musick at St. John Lutheran Church, 305 Circle Ave. in Forest Park, at 4 pm. $18/$10 seniors & students. Info: 708-848-2130, www.oakparkconcertchorale.org.
The Symphony of Oak Park & River Forest presents Three B’s, a concert at Dominican University Performing Arts Center, 7900 W. Division St. in River Forest, at 4 pm. Info:www.symphonyoprf.org.
Open Door Repertory Company, 902 S. Ridgeland in Oak Park, presents a comedy show with The Therapy Players at 8 pm. $15. Info: www.opendoortheater.net.