Our community events

  • Apr 25
    Stand Against Racism. Stand Against Racism is an event that brings organizations together to raise awareness that racism still exists in our communities and that we are taking a stand against it.
  • Apr 25 - May 4
    Theatre and Interpretation Center at Northwestern University Presents Moby Dick. Go tumbling, soaring, and bounding across briny billows in this collaboration with Actors Gymnasium and their high-flying brand of aerial and physical storytelling. Aboard the Pequod, Captain Ahab sails the watery world, seeking revenge on a lone white whale who devoured his leg in a fateful encounter in the South Pacific. Adapted and directed by acclaimed Lookingglass ensemble member and Northwestern faculty member David Catlin (The Little Prince) from Herman Melville’s classic novel of adventure, obsession and fate, Moby Dick questions what it is that drives us to pursue the impossible and how that ambition ultimately consumes us.
  • Apr 27
    Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church 120th Anniversary Banquet. Please contact Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church at 847-864-9818 for tickets
  • May 2
    EVANSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MUSICAL INSIGHTS FREE RECITAL/LECTURE. Free lecture/recital with Music Director Lawrence Eckerling and Violinist Sang Mee Lee about May 2 concert