Two family-friendly Halloween events hit Skinner Park this weekend.
The neighborhood is packed with family-friendly and cultural activities this weekend.
Eugene Field Park is hosting a slate of workshops to celebrate Day of the Dead.
Facets is working on an app that will stream hundreds of international children's movies.
Neighbors are invited to the family friendly event.
Performances at the Ruth Page Art Center will be followed by a 30-minute drop-in acting class for kids.
Urban farming co-op to celebrate second year in Pullman with organic potluck feast and Halloween party.
Barrel of Monkeys teams up with performing arts companies for the third run of the production.
The Nov. 15 class at Frank J. Wilson Park is free.
The festival will raise money for O.A. Thorp Scholastic Academy, a magnet school in Portage Park.
The annual event is in its 31st year.
The Bridged Art Walk is part of a citywide program focusing on neighborhood art.
Looking back, the first lady would tell her childhood self: "Stop being so afraid!"
The seventh-graders helped raise nearly $45,000 to erect "Celebration Playground" at Bright Star Church.
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