Lauren “Rainey” F. Kellogg, age 66; beloved wife of James Kellogg; loving mother of Joanna Fisher, David (fiancé Heather Burr) Fredrick and Melanie (Jason) Sparks; cherished grandmother of Ethan and Luke Sparks; loving daughter of Cecelia and the late Simon Fox; dear sister of Geri (Eliot Abarbanel) Fox; fond aunt of Sarah and Brian Abarbanel; cherished cousin and friend to many. […]CONTINUE READING →
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 →
Centuries & Sleuths Bookstore, 7419 W. Madison St. in Forest Park, presents an author discussion & signing with Lou Ureneck, author of The Great Fire: One American’s Mission to Rescue Victims of the 20th Century’s First Genocide from 7-8 pm. Info: 708-771-7243.
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. Feel free to bring a lunch. Info: 708-366-7970.
Maywood Public Library, 121 S. 5th Ave. in Maywood, presents a book signing & presentation with Dr. Eddie Taylor, author of The Day the Crabs Got Out from 4-5 pm. Info: 708-343-1847.
Oak Park Farmers’ Market will be held in the parking lot of Pilgrim Church, 460 Lake St. in Oak Park, from 7 am-1 pm. Live bluegrass music, fresh produce, homemade donuts. Farmers’ Market will continue every Saturday through Oct. 31.
River Forest Public Library presents Family Story Time for ages birth-6 at Whole Foods Market, 7245 Lake St. in River Forest, from 9:30-10:30 am. Info: 708-366-5205.