The Power of We - Opening Day Event at The 606

We, Women: The Power of We, a free outdoor community art exhibition, will launch in Chicago on The Bloomingdale Trail at the St.

All We Can See from Here - first glimpse at Walsh

Dancers’ bodies merge to form interlocking shapes – like mirrored particles shifting in a kaleidoscope.

In this first iteration of "All We Can See from Here -- first glimpse", four dancers’ bodies merge to form interlocking shapes – like mirrored part

All We Can See from Here - first glimpse at Walsh

Dancers’ bodies merge to form interlocking shapes – like mirrored particles shifting in a kaleidoscope.

In this first iteration of "All We Can See from Here -- first glimpse", four dancers’ bodies merge to form interlocking shapes – like mirrored part

Typewriter Social at Churchill Field

The Typewriter Tarts will bring their collection of vintage typewriters out to play. Come write away!

Peddled Powered Parable at Park No. 567

Peddled Powered Parable is a environmentally friendly mobile production inspired by the tale of Black Elk Speaks, and created in partnership with the

Broadway in the Park at Park No. 567

The Chicago Metro Chorus, a non-profit inclusive mixed-gender community chorus, is the only active Barbershop Harmony Society chorus still in Chicago.

Dance in the Round at Julia de Burgos

Join us for Dance In The Round with Parijat Desai, a lively workshop in garba, a group circle dance of India.

Astronomy in the Parks at Park No. 579 (Ridgeway Trailhead)

The Chicago Astronomer (Joe Guzman) and enthusiastic astro crew connects park visitors of all ages and cultures with the cosmos via telescopic viewing

Astronomy in the Parks at Park No. 579 (Ridgeway Trailhead)

The Chicago Astronomer (Joe Guzman) and enthusiastic astro crew connects park visitors of all ages and cultures with the cosmos via telescopic viewing

Astronomy in the Parks at Park No. 579 (Ridgeway Trailhead)

The Chicago Astronomer (Joe Guzman) and enthusiastic astro crew connects park visitors of all ages and cultures with the cosmos via telescopic viewing