Monday September 11
Come join our classmate, Barbara Provus for an intimate tour of Millennium Park, now Chicago's most popular tourist destination! Barbara has been a Millennium Park docent since the Park opened in July of 2004.
This is a one hour walking tour that will include the Pritzker Pavilion, The Lurie Garden, The Crown Fountain and Cloud Gate (aka "the Bean").
It will start at 11 a.m. SHARP, from 201 E. Randolph, on the south side of Randolph, just EAST of Michigan Ave.
This tour is free, but you MUST sign up in advance as attendance is capped at 20 persons.
Email your reservation to email@example.com
For more details about the Park, and parking/CTA information go to https://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/dca/supp_info/millennium_park_-planyourvisit.html
Looking for something to do AFTER the tour?
The Art Institute is just across the street, or walk around the Loop to see how's it's changed in the last 50 years! Or visit the Chicago Architectural Foundation or take their boat tour on the river.
851 West Belmont Ave
Monday September 11
Something Wonderful Right Away – The Long Avoided Sequel
Performs his...Well, let him Explain it:
One of the hits of 2011's New York Fringe (reprised in their Encore series), a 75-minute yarn about how the Cossacks almost killed Jeffrey Sweet's grandmother and what that has to do with a generation of Jews bringing teeth and cojones (look it up) to American comedy. In response to Joe McCarthy, Nixon and HUAC, wits like Nichols and May, Alan Arkin, Shelley Berman, and Jules Feiffer (and Lenny Bruce, Mort Sahl, Neil Simon and Mel Brooks) invent modern American satire. Stories of mad geniuses, outrageous behavior onstage and off, and how this led to Saturday Night Live, Tina Fey and Stephen Colbert.
224 S. Michigan Ave
Wonderful tours of Chicago are available if you are in town a few extra days.
Tours book quickly so if you would like to do this, book you tour early!
9603 Woods Drive
Take an electrifying trip through the 1960s-1980s and learn about the extraordinary life and career of Bill Graham, the Holocaust refugee who launched the careers of countless music legends like The Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, and Led Zeppelin, and produced humanitarian concerts such as Human Rights Now! and Live Aid to raise the consciousness of the world.
Weekdays 10 AM – 5 PM
Thursday evenings until 8 PM
Weekends 10 AM – 5 PM
Seniors (65+): $8.00
Dempster at McCormick
For Joggers or Classmates out for a walk
Central St. & Sheridan
You could snorkel here!