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November, 2017

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The Arts Incubator offers community yoga classes throughout the year. Beginner Yoga is designed with the absolute yoga beginner in mind. The focus is an introduction to basic yoga poses and healthy alignment.
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The three-day pop-up marketplace event will dwell in storefronts along the 71st Street business district, and will feature a tapestry of local and nationally regarded retailers, artists, musicians, and filmmakers.
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Those who find it difficult to attended the Funeral are welcome to join for the repast A repast will be held in the downstairs community room at Treasure Island (formerly the Co-Op, 1526 E 55th St, Chicago, IL) starting at 2:00pm. For more informati
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at the Currency Exchange, 305 E. Garfield Blvd
Sound Currency is a platform for makers and community organizations to connect with new audiences while selling or promoting their goods and ideas. Every Friday.
Friday
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Stony Island Arts Bank - 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Saturday
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Kozan Traywick, an ordained Zen Buddhist priest, will present a lecture and workshop on Zen Meditation. He will explain what meditation is, its benefits and how it is practiced. A hands-on demonstration with audience participation will be included. M
Saturday
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Find your unique gift and support Hyde Park artists. We’ve got something for everyone on your list with ceramics, prints, paintings, and more! All work is made by artists in our School and Studios. 25% of proceeds go to supporting education programs
Saturday
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Repeats every week until Sat Nov 25 2017 except Sat Dec 03 2016, Sat Jan 28 2017.
Fun for children of all ages, but especially those 0-6.
Saturday, April 8, 2017 - 10:30am - 11:00am
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The three-day pop-up marketplace event will dwell in storefronts along the 71st Street business district, and will feature a tapestry of local and nationally regarded retailers, artists, musicians, and filmmakers.
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Write sjlevy@jeromelevylaw.com for additional information
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Stony Island Arts Bank -- 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
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Artist in-residence Maggie Brown embarks on creating a stage piece that would “edutain” the audience with music and dramatic reflection on the history & evolution of African American music.
Free
Saturday
25
Stony Island Arts Bank -- 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Sunday
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Find your unique gift and support Hyde Park artists. We’ve got something for everyone on your list with ceramics, prints, paintings, and more! All work is made by artists in our School and Studios. 25% of proceeds go to supporting education programs
Sunday
26
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The three-day pop-up marketplace event will dwell in storefronts along the 71st Street business district, and will feature a tapestry of local and nationally regarded retailers, artists, musicians, and filmmakers.
Sunday
26
Stony Island Arts Bank -- 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
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Join us for our weekly Sunday Service featuring the work of former Rebuild Foundation artist-in-residence, Yaw Agyeman, and his musical accompaniment. Stony Island Arts Bank, 6760 S Stony Island Ave
Monday
27
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The Fantasy & Science Fiction Club meets on the last Monday of each month
Monday
27
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On Mondays in November, come join readings/discussions of The Absolutely True Diary of A Part-time Indian. You can read passages aloud together as well as share your opinion about some of the many interesting cultural topics, such as racism.
Monday
27
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Find your unique gift and support Hyde Park artists. We’ve got something for everyone on your list with ceramics, prints, paintings, and more! All work is made by artists in our School and Studios. 25% of proceeds go to supporting education programs
Monday
27
Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center
4314 S. Cottage Grove
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Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center
4314 S. Cottage Grove
Tuesday
28
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Kids are partnered with teen volunteers for reading time, followed by a healthy snack and board games
Tuesday
28
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Join us for an artist talk featuring the 2017-18 Arts + Public Life (APL)/Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture (CSRPC) Artists-in-Residence Victoria Martinez, Arif Smith, and Brittney Leeanne Williams.

Moderated by Tempestt Hazel
Tuesday
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ianist and artist-in-residence Daniel Pesca and special guest Paul Dwyer, assistant principal cellist of the Lyric Opera Orchestra of Chicago, perform works by Debussy, Thomas Adès, Janácek, and Kodály.
Tuesday
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Find your unique gift and support Hyde Park artists. We’ve got something for everyone on your list with ceramics, prints, paintings, and more! All work is made by artists in our School and Studios. 25% of proceeds go to supporting education programs
Tuesday
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The Silver Room -- 1506 E 53rd St, Chicago
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$10 Cash Donation. On Tuesday‘s from 7 to 8 pm is the Kizomba lesson with Shafeeha Monae. Also, every 1st Saturday of each month, Afro-Caribbean Connections, Kizomba LifeStyle Dance Party! Come join the fun!
Wednesday
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"I’m Judging You" calls out and dissects the cultural obsessions that have arisen and the bad behavior that has befallen us in these increasingly digital and digitally-connected times.
Wednesday
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The Migration Stories Project of the University of Chicago Committee on Creative Writing presents a reading in the Welcome Blanket exhibition. Smart Museum of Art, 5550 S Greenwood Ave
Wednesday
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On a walking tour of completed and activated spaces, APL staff will discuss history and current context of the Washington Park neighborhood while offering details about the purpose and function of the properties along the 300 block of East Garfield.
Wednesday
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November 29
Dean‘s Forum Lunch featuring November 29
Dean‘s Forum Lunch featuring Wendy Doniger‘s recent work, The Ring of Truth and Other Myths of Sex and Jewelry . The book explores mythologies behind women, jewelry, and sex.‘s recent work, The R
Wednesday
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Families will have an opportunity to listen to stories and complete crafts to share with others. This program will include weekly activities designed for family fun of all ages
Wednesday
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For this program, Koestenbaum moves between spoken and musical components: part reading, part improvisation.
Wednesday
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Find your unique gift and support Hyde Park artists. We’ve got something for everyone on your list with ceramics, prints, paintings, and more! All work is made by artists in our School and Studios. 25% of proceeds go to supporting education programs
Wednesday
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Join Colin McDonald for stories and songs each Wednesday at 10:30am at 57th Street Books! Fun for children of all ages, but especially those 0-6.

Event Location:
57th Street Books
1301 E. 57th Street
Wednesday
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The Objects Symposium, part of the 2017-2018 Sawyer Seminar on Urban Art and Urban Form, focuses on all that “stuff” in urban space that’s neither building nor infrastructure—benches, streetlights, bus shelters, sculptures, performance work, & others
Wednesday
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When: Wednesday, November 29th, 2pm
Where: TRC Senior Village (346 E. 53rd Street)
Wednesday
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Thursday
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Excerpts of Tchaikovsky‘s Nutcracker Suite. U Ballet, a string quartet, hip-hop group PhiNix, and a cappella groups Unaccompanied Women & Run for Cover. Dress Semiformal. Adult $10, student/children <12 $5, <5 free.cash Cloister Club, Ida Noyes Hall
Thursday
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Find your unique gift and support Hyde Park artists. We’ve got something for everyone on your list with ceramics, prints, paintings, and more! All work is made by artists in our School and Studios. 25% of proceeds go to supporting education programs
Thursday
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An informal public discussion will be held to discuss this current trend politically oriented art. The conversation will focus on images from current artworks that have been produced over the past year.
Thursday
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1000 E. 73rd Street
Chicago IL 60619
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Phone: (312) 745-1608
Thursday
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Turner Prize winning English conceptual artist Simon Starling will screen video portions of two recent multimedia installations

December, 2017

Friday
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The Arts Incubator offers community yoga classes throughout the year. Beginner Yoga is designed with the absolute yoga beginner in mind. The focus is an introduction to basic yoga poses and healthy alignment.
Friday
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UChicago is commemorating this breakthrough with Nuclear Reactions, a series of public events that will explore the experiment’s long-term impact on physics, engineering, medicine, and energy, as well as the issue nuclear weapons development
Friday
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Physics Research Center (PRC) room 201
933 E 56th Street
Friday
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Find your unique gift and support Hyde Park artists. We’ve got something for everyone on your list with ceramics, prints, paintings, and more! All work is made by artists in our School and Studios. 25% of proceeds go to supporting education programs
Friday
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at the Currency Exchange, 305 E. Garfield Blvd
Sound Currency is a platform for makers and community organizations to connect with new audiences while selling or promoting their goods and ideas. Every Friday.
Friday
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Stony Island Arts Bank - 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Saturday
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“Breakfast with Santa” Kickoff at Einstein Bros. Bagels, 5225 S. Harper Court, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m
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Saturday
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Raise Your Hand is sponsoring a screening of the documentary "Backpack Full of Cash", a 90-minute film about the privatization of public education. The film covers a lot of the big issues and also gives some examples of actions people can take.
Saturday
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Amanda Williams and artists in residence will
present their research on invented and
repurposed materials to create new histories
for cities. Refreshments will be served. HP Art Center, 5020 S Cornell Ave
Saturday
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UChicago is commemorating this breakthrough with Nuclear Reactions, a series of public events that will explore the experiment’s long-term impact on physics, engineering, medicine, and energy, as well as the issue nuclear weapons development
Saturday
2
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Find your unique gift and support Hyde Park artists. We’ve got something for everyone on your list with ceramics, prints, paintings, and more! All work is made by artists in our School and Studios. 25% of proceeds go to supporting education programs
Saturday
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Doors open at 9:15; 9:30 - 11:03 screening; 11:05 - 11:25 discussion.
A film narrated by Matt Damon about the growing privatization of public schools and the resulting impact on America’s most vulnerable children.

Saturday
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Hutchins House, 4810 S. Ellis Ave
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The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Hutchins House, 4810 S. Ellis Ave
Saturday
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Eckhardt Research Center lobby, 5640 S Ellis Ave
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Eckhardt Research Center lobby, 5640 S Ellis Ave
Saturday
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Outdoors at the Nuclear Energy sculpture, ~5265 S Ellis Ave
Saturday
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Stony Island Arts Bank -- 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
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Artist in-residence Maggie Brown embarks on creating a stage piece that would “edutain” the audience with music and dramatic reflection on the history & evolution of African American music.
Free
Saturday
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Reynolds Club, McCormick Tribune Lounge, 5706 S University Ave
Saturday
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Stony Island Arts Bank -- 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Saturday
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Chicago Men’s A Cappella (CMAC) will host its eleventh annual Christmas concert at Hyde Park Union Church, 5600 S. Woodlawn Ave., on Saturday Dec. 2 at 6:00 PM & 8:30 PM.
Sunday
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Find your unique gift and support Hyde Park artists. We’ve got something for everyone on your list with ceramics, prints, paintings, and more! All work is made by artists in our School and Studios. 25% of proceeds go to supporting education programs
Sunday
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Rockefeller Memorial Chapel University of Chicago
Sunday
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Monday
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Seminary Co-op Bookstore
5751 S Woodlawn Ave
Monday
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FREE transportation is available for all SHARE
Network events by contacting the office at info@chpv.org, or 773-363-1933.
Monday
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Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center
4314 S. Cottage Grove
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Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center
4314 S. Cottage Grove
Monday
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Currency Exchange Café -- 305 E Garfield Blvd
Monday
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The Woodlawn Tap (AKA Jimmy’s) -- 1172 E 55th Street
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The Woodlawn Tap (AKA Jimmy’s)

1172 E 55th Street

Tuesday
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Poets Mina Pam Dick and Graham Foust along with saxophonist Nick Mazzarella will perform selections of their work chosen in proximity to the exhibition The Hysterical Material. Reception follows. Smart Museum, 5550 S Greenwood Ave
Tuesday
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Kids are partnered with teen volunteers for reading time, followed by a healthy snack and board games
Tuesday
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The Silver Room -- 1506 E 53rd St, Chicago
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$10 Cash Donation. On Tuesday‘s from 7 to 8 pm is the Kizomba lesson with Shafeeha Monae. Also, every 1st Saturday of each month, Afro-Caribbean Connections, Kizomba LifeStyle Dance Party! Come join the fun!
Wednesday
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Families will have an opportunity to listen to stories and complete crafts to share with others. This program will include weekly activities designed for family fun of all ages
Wednesday
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Wednesday
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Thursday
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1000 E. 73rd Street
Chicago IL 60619
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Phone: (312) 745-1608
Thursday
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Get the health care you need with the Affordable Care Act. A health insurance counselor is available to guide you through the process of getting signed up.
Thursday
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The first Thursday of every month.
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Friday
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Premiering INDUMBA, by South African choreographer Fana Tshabalala, and featuring company classics such as Church of Nations, Desire,Surrender, and more.
Friday
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The Arts Incubator offers community yoga classes throughout the year. Beginner Yoga is designed with the absolute yoga beginner in mind. The focus is an introduction to basic yoga poses and healthy alignment.
Friday
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Screening of the documentary Gurumbe: canciones de tu memoria negra, or Gurumbe: Afro-Andalusian Memories. Followed by a conversation with director Miguel Ángel Rosales and dancer Yinka Graves.

CSRPC Community Lounge | 5733 University
Friday
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Richard J. Daley Center -- 50 West Washington Street -- Concourse Level in Room CL-115
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Please call the Elder Justice Center at (312) 603-9233 today to reserve your seat
Friday
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at the Currency Exchange, 305 E. Garfield Blvd
Sound Currency is a platform for makers and community organizations to connect with new audiences while selling or promoting their goods and ideas. Every Friday.
Friday
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Stony Island Arts Bank - 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Saturday
9
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Premiering INDUMBA, by South African choreographer Fana Tshabalala, and featuring company classics such as Church of Nations, Desire,Surrender, and more.
Saturday
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Vends + Vibes: An Arts Marketplace is a two-day winter marketplace of unique handmade products made primarily by South Side artists and creative entrepreneurs. 301 E. Garfield Blvd. Chicago, IL 60637
Saturday
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Not a startup but has been around years. Has a paid staff, experiential knowledge, and coalitions under their belt. Meets the 2nd Saturday monthly from 9:15 am - Noon at the LSTC, 1100 E. 55th St., 3rd floor.
See http://www. thepeopleslobbyusa.org
Saturday
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Stony Island Arts Bank -- 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
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Artist in-residence Maggie Brown embarks on creating a stage piece that would “edutain” the audience with music and dramatic reflection on the history & evolution of African American music.
Free
Saturday
9
Stony Island Arts Bank -- 6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Sunday
10
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Premiering INDUMBA, by South African choreographer Fana Tshabalala, and featuring company classics such as Church of Nations, Desire,Surrender, and more.
Sunday
10
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Vends + Vibes: An Arts Marketplace is a two-day winter marketplace of unique handmade products made primarily by South Side artists and creative entrepreneurs. 301 E. Garfield Blvd. Chicago, IL 60637
Sunday
10
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Always fun, the event takes place in the Society‘s cozy headquarters with warm cider, many goodies and sometimes music. A good time is had and everyone, member or not, is welcome.
Sunday
10
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Monday
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Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center
4314 S. Cottage Grove
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Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center
4314 S. Cottage Grove
Tuesday
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Kids are partnered with teen volunteers for reading time, followed by a healthy snack and board games
Tuesday
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6:30 PM -- CAPS Mtg., Beat 222 -- 43Rd - Hyde Park Blvd. And Drexel To The Lake -- 2Nd Tuesdays
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Beat 222
Boundaries: 43rd - Hyde Park Blvd. and Drexel to the Lake
Location: Kennicott Park, 4434 S. Lake Park Ave.
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Date: Second Tuesday of each month
Tuesday
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Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center
4314 S. Cottage Grove
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Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center
4314 S. Cottage Grove -- 312-747-2300
Tuesday
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The Silver Room -- 1506 E 53rd St, Chicago
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$10 Cash Donation. On Tuesday‘s from 7 to 8 pm is the Kizomba lesson with Shafeeha Monae. Also, every 1st Saturday of each month, Afro-Caribbean Connections, Kizomba LifeStyle Dance Party! Come join the fun!
Wednesday
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Families will have an opportunity to listen to stories and complete crafts to share with others. This program will include weekly activities designed for family fun of all ages
Wednesday
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Takes place on the 2nd Wednesday of each month.
435 E. 43rd Street
773-536-8103
Wednesday
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Thursday
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7:00 PM -- Nichols Park Advisory Council -- Monthly 2Nd Thursday -- 1355 E. 53Rd
Thursday
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1000 E. 73rd Street
Chicago IL 60619
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Phone: (312) 745-1608
Thursday
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