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Chicago Bulls Basketball, Chicago Stadium, 1800 W.

S i g h t s e e i n g

Madison, 943-5800 Home games; JANUARY 1/5,13,18, 21, 23, 27, 29 THRU 2/16,19,23,27

APRIL 3/2, 8,10, 16, 17, 20, 23, 24, 26, 30

ArchiCenter, 330 S. Dearborn St., 922-3431 Chicago Architecture Foundation, 1800 S. Prairie

Chicago Cubs Baseball, Wrigley Field, 1060 W.

Addison, 878-CUBS APRIL Opening game—TBA

Chicago White Sox Baseball, Comiskey Park, 324 W,

Avenue, 326-1393

35th St., 924-1000

Oak Park Tour Center/Frank Lloyd Wright Tour,

951 Chicago Ave., Oak Park, 708/848-1500

Home games:

Briar Street Theatre, 3133 N. Halsted St., 348-4000

785-8181

B o a t To u r s 4 / 1 4

4 / 2 0

Chicago From the Lake (Architectural Cruise on Chicago River), 527-2002 Mercury Skyline Cruiseline, 332-1353 Spirit of Chicago (Lunch, Dinner Cruise), Star of Chicago (Lunch, Dinner Cruise), 644-5914

4 / 2 7

Wendella Boats, 337-1446

708/780-3700

Maywood Park, North & 5th Aves., Maywood, 708/

Gray Line Tours, 346-9506

Golf Chicago Park District Public Golf Courses, Six

4/7-11 /6 Chicago locations, 294-2274 Open daily, 5 am-6:30 pm.

London Motor Coach (Doubledecker bus),

Medieval dinner theatre musical comedy revue. Marriott's Lincolnshire Theatre, Rt. 21 & Milwaukee Rd., 708/634-0200 1 / 3 1 - 4 / 8 4 / 1 1 - 6 / 1 7

Kuumba Theatre, 1900 W Van Buren St., 461-9000 2/2-3/11 "The Sun Will Soon Rise" 4/6-5/20 "Precious Memories: Strolling 47tli Street"

Ice Skating

Supernatural (Ghost) Tours, 735-2530

Daley Bicentennial Plaza, 337 E. Randolph St.,

Mystery Cafe, Essex Inn, 800 S. Michigan Ave., OPEN

RUN

294-4790

Milwaukee Ave., 666-9836

OPEN

RUN

Mayfair Theatre, Blackstone Hotel, 636 S. Michigan

TBA

Theatre Building, 1225 W Belmont Ave., 327-5252 T h e a t r e

S p o r t s

1/1-7 "The Little Prince" 1/1-2/ie "Noises Off 1/2-2/18 "Hamlet"

1/6-2/25 "Learned Ladies" 2/26-4/15 "Bring Me Smiles"

Apollo Theater Center, 2540 N. Lincoln Ave.,

Sports Teams Chicago Blackhawks Hockey, Chicago Stadium, J A N U A R Y T H R U / ^ R I L

1800 W. Madison St., 733-5300 Home games: 1/3,6,7, 14,17,19, 24 2/13, 15, 18, 22,25 3/1,4. 11, 13,22, 25, 29

OPEN

RUN

1 / 1 2 - 2 1 3 / 2 - 1 1

4/9-6/27 "Jacques and His Master"

"Steel Magnolias'*

4/16-6/3 "Sister Carrie"

Athenaeum Theater, 2936 N. Southport Ave.,

Victory Gardens Theater, 2257 N. Lincoln Ave.,

525-0195

871-3000

"The Lion in Winter"

Bailiwick Repertory Theatre, 3212 N. Broadway,

4 / 1

883-1090 1 / 1 - 7 1 / 7 - 3 / 1

3 / 2 8 - 5 / 6

3/15-OPEN "Snowbirds"

935-6100

"Guys and Dolls"

ather

OPEN RUN "The Gods Must Be Lazy"

1/2S-3/4 "Pecong" 3 / 1 6 - 4 / 2 9 " T h e A n g e l s o f Wa r s a w "

Wisdom Bridge Theatre, 1559 W Howard. 743-6442 1 /26-3/4 "Forever Plaid"

Jan F e b M a r

Precipitation

Te m p e r a t u r e

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Min

Apr May

58.8

38.8

70.0

48.1

June

79.4

57.7

July Aug Sept

85.3 82.1 75.5

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64.1

42.9

Nov

48.2

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35.0

31.4 20.3

2.06 2.10

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Fine

Arts

Hotline

3 4 36 4- 63- 32 277 88

Chicago Music Alliance (classical concerts 987-9296 & operas) Chicago

Park

District

( U0) 2 9 249-42- 222 0

744-8599 City of Chicago 24 hour info for Hearing 744-8599 Impaired ('n)D) Concert Line (popular mtisic concerts) 666-6667 666-6667

Curtain Call (24 hr. theater performance 977-175.*^ 977-175.5 schedules) Dance

T r a n s p o r t a t i o n

Iloiline

4n 4 n) )- -8833 88 3

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J A N U A R Y

Hotel/Mt)tel Association of Illinois 23 2 36 6- -3344 77 3

- A P R I L

H o t - R o o m s ( d i s c o u n t h o t e l r e s v. ) 4 6 486- 87-(7)6( (>>66 Illinois

Restaurant

Association

1990

7 87 87 7- -440000 0

ITS cniCAG() (entertainment hotline) ITS I T S C CIKU) I K U ) United

248-7600

Cab

A m t r a k

M o n t h

Chicago

G r a n t P a r k C u l t u r a l & E d u c a t i o n a l 6 66 36 3- -116600 0

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Community

Royal George Theatre, 1641 N. Halsted St., 988-9000

2/14-4/22

559-1212

Hot Tix: 1/2 price day-of-performance tickets; full price advance tickets for theater, music and sports. 24 S. State Street. (Mon./noon-6; TUes.Fri./10-6; Sat./10-5). Cash only. No telephone.

" A n A ff a i r o f S t a t e "

OPEN RUN "The Cocktail Hour"

1/1-2/4 "Tlie Geography of Luck"

Ticketmaster

The dates of all events were correct at press time.

2/13-18 "Camp Logan"

Steppenwolf Theatre, 2851 N. Halsted St., 472-4141

The Noble Horse, 266-7878

842-5387

(general info)

A 1920's speakeasy where you can eat, drink, sing and dance your way through the 'Charleston' decade.

New Regal Theater, 1645 E. 79th St., 721-9230

Second Ci^ ETC, 1616 N. Wells St., 337-3992

1-800-843-1558

Tommy Gun's Garage, 1237 S. State St., Rat-A-Tat

Ave., 786-9120 OPEN RUN "Shear Madness"

OPEN RUN "America Lite"

902-1919

(phone charges)

The Set, 2743 N. Lincoln Ave., 880-6000

Second City, 1616 N. Wells St., 337-3992 Running Chicago Area Runners Association, 459 N,

Antique Coach, 735-9400 Chicago Carriage Company, 280-8535

341-1333 "P.R.O.M. '63"

OPEN RUN "Bleacher Bums"

1 /1 -OPEN Skate rentals available, open at 45®

Carriage Tours

"Chess" "Into the Woods"

Organic Theater Co., 3319 N. Clark St., 327-5588

232-8255

Untouchable (Gangster) Tours, 881-1195

Goodman Theatre, 200 S. Columbus Dr., 443-3800 1 / 1 2 - 2 / 1 7 " T h e W i n t e r ' s Ta l e "

Ti c k e t r o n & T h e a t r e Ti x

275-8400

663-9462 2 / 2 7 - 3 / 11 " T h e C r u c i b l e "

h

310 S. Michigan Ave.

Original western dinner theatre musical comedy King's Manor Theatre, 2122 W. Lawrence Ave.,

C

C h i c a g o A r t D e a l e r s A s s o c i a t i o n 6 46 04 -9 0- 00066 55 567-8500 Chicago Convention & Visitors Bureau 567-8.^00

708/671-6644 r e v u e

280-5740

Chicago Tourism Council Chicago Visitor Information Center at Here's (Chicago 163 E. Pearson (daily 9:30 am-B pm)

I l l i n o i s B u r e a u o f To u r i s m 793-2094 Illinois Information Center 1-800-223-0121

T i c k e t s

Dry Gulch, 9351 W. Irving Pk. Rd., Schiller Pk.,

3/23-5/27 "A Chorus of Disapproval"

Sportsman Park, 3301 S. Laramie, Cicero,

Chicago Motor Coach Co. (Doubledecker bus),

"Ain't Misbehavin'"

3/2-4/7 "Tis Pity She's A Whore" 4 / 2 0 - 5 / 2 6 " U n c l e Va n y a "

FEB.-MAY Harness racing

American Sightseeing, 427-3100

"Social Security"

3/21 -31 "The Theodore Ward Contest Winner"

1/1-2/16 Harness racing

Navy Pier/Soldier Field (bus, RV, auto) 341-0011 Grant Park (auto) 294-2437

708/422-0404 3 / 1 4 - 5 / 6

Further

I n f o r m a t i o n

"Man of La Mancha"

1/10-3/4

Emma & Oscar Getz Theater, 62 E. 11th St.,

Hawthorne Race Course, 3501 S. Laramie, Cicero,

For

P a r k i n g

Drury Lane South, 2500 W. 95th St., Evergreen Pk.,

Court Theatre at University of Chicago, 5535 S. Ellis Ave., 753-4472 1 / 6 - 2 / 11 " G h o s t s "

708/652-2812

922-8919

346-0270 2 / 2 7 - 3 / 11 " F i d d l e r O n T h e R o o f 4/16-5/6 "The Peace of Brest Litovsk"

3/9-S/27 "The Beggar's Opera"

2/16-5/8 Thoroughbred racing

B v ^ To u r s

2 / 1 4 - 4 / 1 5

Civic Center for Performing Arts, 20 N. Wacker Dr.,

Balmoral Park Race Track, Rt. 394 & Calumet

343-4800

4 / 1 5

Webber Production) 902-1500

1/1-S/10 Harness racing

836-7899

Dniry Lane/Oakbrook Terrace, 100 Drury Lane, Oakbrook Terrace, 708/530-8300 "Something's Afoot"

Chicago Theatre, 175 N. State St.

2/6-11 "The Phantom of the Opera" (not the Andrew Lloyd

Horse Racing Expressway, Crete, 708/672-7544

1 / 1 0 - 2 / 4

1 / 1 - 2 / 4

OPEN RUN "I'm Not Rappaport"

APRIL 4/2,4, 5, 13-15, 17, 18, 27-30

PiOlman Historic District, 11111 S. Forrestville,

2 / 7 - 6 / 2 4

Candlelight Dinner Playhouse, 5620 S. Harlem, Summit, 708/496-3000 "Sweet Charity" "Me & My Girl"

1/26-3/4 "The Importance of Being Earnest" 3 / 2 3 - 4 / 2 S " E n t e r t a i n i n g M r. S l o a n "

4/1, 3, 5, 11,13,17, 19 A r c h i t e c t u r e To u r s

Theater (Dinner)

Body Politic Theatre, 2261 N. Lincoln Ave., 871-3000

1/1-31 "The Good Times Are Killing Me"

558-1075 1-800-USA-RAlL

Checker & Yellow Cab

829-4222

Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) Continental Bus Airport Service

836-7000

Flash Cab

Greyhound Bus Illinois Department of Transportation

454-7800 561-1444

Jazz

Hotline

6 66 (6 M ( MHHSS 1

M a y o r ' s O f fi c e o f S p e c i a l E v e n t s 7 4744 -43- 33311 5 Weather

9 79 67 6- 1 - 12211 2 2

Visit the City of Chicago Store for unique Chicago gifts memorabilia 174 W. Randolph St. 332-0055

781-2900 D O T- I N F O

METRA (regional rails)

322-6777

Midway Airport O'Hare Airport

686-2200

Regional Transit Authority (RTA)

836-7000

767-0500

Chicago Tourism Council H i s t o r i c Wa t e r T < n v e r i n - t h e - l ^ i r k

S06 N. Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60611 312-280-5740 In Cooperation witti the

Dlinois Department of Commerce and Community Affairs

Bureau of Tourism f

"Laughing Wild" T B A

"Life Is A Dream" Printed with state and local funds 11 /89 300 M

C h i c a g o To u r i s m C o u n c i l

Moscow

Chicago Tourism Council The Chicago Calendar

Chicago Board of Trade, 141 W. Jackson Blvd.,

Circiis

435-3590

Rosemont Horizon, 6920 N. Mannheim, Rosemont, 708/635-6600

January—April 1990

2 / 2 5

DiscoverCard "Stars on Ice"

Chicago Botanic Garden, Lake Cook Rd./East of Edens Highway, Glencoe, 708/835-5440

U.I.C. Pavilion, 1140 W. Harrison St., 413-5700

Chicago Mercantile Exchange, 30 S. Wacker Dr.,

Chicago Historical Society, Clark St. at North Ave.,

hi'

D a n c e

3 / 1 - 4

Special

Events

Columbia College, 600 S. Michigan Ave., 281-4988 3 / 1 - 1 8

Garfield Park Conservatory, 300 N, Centrjil Park Blvd., 533-1281

Shrine Circus

Mcdinah Temple, 600 N. Wabash Ave., 266-5050 " 3 / n i J A N U A R Y 1 / 1 - 7

Lincoln Park Conservatory, 2400 N. Stockton Dr.,

3 / 1 1

1 / 1 - 2 8

Christmas Around The World

Lincoln Park Conservatory, 2400 N. Stockton Dr.,

708/692-2220

Midwest Stock Exchange, 440 S. LaSalle St.,

St. Patrick's Day Parade Dearborn from Wacker to Van Buren, 263-6612

663-2742

Chicago Home Show McCormick Place, 2300 S. Lake Shore Dr.,

Navy Pier, 600 E. Grand Ave., 744-4219

617/536-8152

S e a r s To w e r S k y d e c k , Wa c k e r D r. & A d a m s S t . ,

3 / 1 7

East Lobby, Daley Civic Center, Washington & Dearborn Sts., 744-8948 Chicago Boat, Sports & RV Show McCormick Place, 2300 S. Lake Shore Dr., 836-4740

3 / 2 1 - 2 5

3 / 3 1 - 4 / 1

Motorcycle Show O'Hare Expo Center, 5555 N. River Rd., Rosemont, 708/692-2220 Ice

Lincoln Park Zoo, 2200 N. Stockton Dr., 294-4660

Giants

Brookfield Zoo, 1st Ave. & 31st St., Brookfield,

2 / 6 - 1 7 2 / 2 0 - 2 5 3/23

&

24

4 / 3 - 8

Morton Arboretum, Rt. 53, Lisle, 708/968-0074

4 / 1 7 - 2 2

New York City Opera's "La Boheme" Dance Company of Rostov The Joffrey Ballet

1 / 2 6 - 2 / 4

A P R I L

Hyatt Regency Chicago, 151 E. Wacker Dr., 951-CUBS

4 / 6 - 6

Sport Fishing, Travel & Outdoor Show O'Hare Expo Center, 5555 N. River Rd., Rosemont, 708/692-2220

1/27

&

28

1 / 1 2 - 4 / 1 4

4 / 6 - 8

1 / 2 8

C h i n e s e N e w Ye a r P a r a d e

Wentworth & Cermak, 326-5320 1 / 2 9

Jazz Institute, Jazz Fair Blackstone Hotel, 636 S. Michigan Ave., 427-1676

&

15

Groundhog Day Brookfield Zoo, 1st Ave. & 31st St., Brookfield,

Lambs Farm Art & Craft Show

2 / 1 0 - 1 B

R . V. S h o w

Joseph Holmes Chicago Dance Theatre Rudolf Nureyev & Friends

r o s t e r.

Various individuals & companies

DuSable Museum of African American History,

2 / 2 1 - 2 5

Midwest Boat & Resort Show

O'Hare Expo Center, 5555 N. River Rd., Rosemont, 708/692-2220 ♦Chicago's area code is 312

1 / 2 -

740 E. 56th PI., 947-0600 "Up From Slavery"

permanent

"The Washington Years: 1983-1987"

1/1—open

"Lies About Animals"

3 / 2 6 - 9 / 1

"Taiji Harada: A Celebration of Japanese Families &

Jane Addams Hull House, 800 S. Halsted St.,

1 / 1 -

413-5353

permanent 1/26—open

"Secrets of the Ancient Skywatchers"

Museum has one of the most complete medical

Spring Eggcitement Brookfield Zoo, 1st Ave. & 31st St., Brookfield,

The Second City ETC, 1616 N. Wells St., 337-3992 337-4027

443-3600 2 / 2 8 - 6 / 2 6

3 / 1 0 - 6 / 3

"Yoruba: Nine Centuries of African Art & Thought" "Designed by the Yard — Twentieth Century Pattern Repeats" ''^\'hat's New: Mexico City"

Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture, 3 / 4 - 4 / 3 0

McCormick Place^ 2300 S. Lake Shore Dr., 567-8500

2 / 2 - 4 3 / 1 1 - 1 4

National Housewares Manufacturers Association

World of lATieels National Home Center Show

6500 S. Pulaski Rd., 582-6500 "The Decorated Egg: An Ethnic Folk Art Tradition"

Chicago Academy of Sciences, 2001 N. Clark St.,

4 / 1 - 2 9

2 / 2 4 - 4 / 2 2

1 / 1 - 4 / 1 5

4 / 2 1 - 8 / 3

"Tracks In The Sky" "Creepy Crawlers"

"Prehistoric Sea Creatures: Monsters of the Deep"

1 / 1 - 2 / 7

384-3352 "Art of Marian Konarski" "Pulaski & Kosciuszko"

"Michael Asher" "Thomas Struth"

"The Making of the Five-String Banjo" John G. Shedd Aquarium, 1200 S. Lake Shore Dr.,

4 / 1 9 - 6 / 1 7

"Views of Rome: Watercolors & Drawings from the Collections of Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana" "The Sigmund Freud Antiquities" 922-9012

1 / 2 8 - 4 / 1 5

"The Legacy of Bezalel: The Israeli Arts & Crafts Movement" & "Recent Work From the Bezalel School"

1 / 1 6 - 3 / 9

"Elemental Magic & Metaphor" & "Mark Alice Durant: Photographic Installation"

4 / 1 - 5 / 1 5

St., 728-8111 "Swedish Kings & Queens" "Art From The Swedish West Coast"

Terra Museum of American Art, 664 N. Michigan 1 / 1 - 7

Ave., 664-3939 "Frontier America: Art & Treasures of the Old West from the Buffalo Bill Historical Center"

1/23-3/11 3 / 1 7 - 4 / 2 9

"Abstract Expressionism: Other Dimensions"

"American Paintings from a Century of Collecting:

The Maier Museum of Art, Randolph Macon Women's

Michigan Ave., 663-5554 "An Insight into Contemporary Soviet Photography:

College"

"International Insights for the 1990's''

Chicago Public Library Cultural Center, Bradley 2/18

Chicago Chamber Orchestra, 922-5570 Civic Center for Performing Arts, 20 N. Wacker Dr., 346-0270

JANUARY

&

F E B R U / ^ R Y

2 / 2 7 - 3 / 1 8

Lyric Opera of Chicago 1/3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 15, 17, 20, 21, 23, 26, 29, 31, 2/3 Michael Feinstein

4th Presbyterian Church, Michigan Ave. & Chestnut 3 / 1 1

Chicago Chamber Orchestra, 922-5570

Old Town School of Folk Music, 909 W, Armitage 1 / 2 0 - 3 / 2 4

Ave., 525-7793 Various individuals & groups

Orchestra Hall, 220 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 435-6666 JANUARY T H R U

M A R C H

J A N U A R Y

THRU APRIL

Swedish American Museum Center, 5211 N. Clark 1/15-3/16

Blackstone Theatre, 60 E. Balbo Chamber Music Chicago, 242-6237 Hall, 78 E. Washington St.

1/28,

Spertus Museum of Judalca, 618 S. Michigan Ave.,

Museum of Contemporary Photography, 600 S.

"Selections from the Midwest Photographers Project"

2 / 2 6

David & Alfred Smart Gallery, 5550 S. Greenwood Ave., 702-0200

"Tlie Museum of Broadcast Communications

"Robert Longo Retrospective" "Options 38: Richard Rezac"

3 / 2 1 - 4 / 7

Marine exhibits and daily coral reef divers.

Stote of Illinois Art Gallery, 100 W. Randolph St.,

"Photography of Invention: American Pictures of the

Athenaeum Theatre, 2936 N. Southport 2/7-24, Chicago Opera Theater, 663-0048

939-2438

814-5322

1968-1988" 4 / 1 3 - 6 / 3 0

"An Artist's Notebook: Civil Rights Chicago 1963-68"

St., 525-7793 1 / 1 - 4 / 3 0

igso's" 2 / 1 7 - 4 / 2 2

"Digging the Ancient Near East" The Peace Museum, 430 W. Erie St., 440-1860

Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum, 1852 W. 19th

Archives: A Retrospective" "Advertising and Broadcast Communications" Museum of Contemporary Art, 237 E. Ontario St.,

M u s i c

SchoU Museum of Folk Culture, 909 W. Armitage

280-5161 1 / 1 - 2 8

2 / 1 6 - 4 / 4

•Shows are not open to the public, but expected number of attendees may limit available hotel rooms.

3 / 1 8 - 4 / 2 9

Wells St., 987-1500 1 / 1 - 4 / 1

549-0606 1 / 1 - 1 / 1 4

"Italian Woodcuts from the Biblioteca Classense,

St., 738-1503

Mexican Contemporary Art

St., 787-4477 1/2-20 "Art in Daily Life: Mexico's Riches" 2/8-5/19 "Japan and Her Ancestors"

Chicago, 5811 S. Ellis Ave., 702-8670

1 / 2 1 - 3 / 4

Musetun of Broadcast Communications, 800 S.

Art Institute of Chicago, Michigan Ave. at Adam.s,

A t t r a c t i o n s

Chicago Board of Options Exchange, 400 S. LaSalle St., 786-5600

1 / 1 - 3 / 1 1

May Weber Museum of Cultural Arts, 230 E. Ohio

The Renaissance Society at the University of

collections in the world.

enforcement.

1 / 1 4 - 1 7

3 / 5 - 4 / 2 9

Lake Shore Dr., 642-3555

"Star Stories"

Historical and educational exhibits pertaining to law

2 / 1 0 - 4 / 1

708/485-0263

1 / 1 - 2 / 1 8

American Police Center & Museum, 1705-25 S. State St., 431-0005

Zanies Comedy Night Club, 1548 N. Wells St.,

Easter Egg Hunt Widow Clarke House, 18th St. between Prairie & Indiana, 326-1393

ArchiCenter, 330 S. Dearborn St., 922-3431 Brookfield Zoo, First Ave. at 31st St., Brookfield,

1 / 2 1 - 3 / 1

1 / 1 8 - 3 / 1 8

"Homeless in America" "Remember The Children"

The Second City, 1616 N. Wells St., 337-3992

1 / 2 - S / 3

"To Fly"

Polish Museum of America, 984 N. Milwaukee Ave.,

Field Museum of Natural History, Roosevelt Rd at Lake Shore Dr., 922-9410 "Traveling The Pacific"

294-4770

(attendance over 30,000)*

1/15-3/31

Sports Memorabilia and tape and film highlights of the 140 inductees who are currently on the Museum's

472-9894

memorabilia from 1954-1980.

702-9520 1/1—open

943-3086

International Museum of Surgical Science, 1524 N.

Azalea & Camellia Show 294-4770

Chicago Sports Hall of Fame, 227 W, Ontario St.,

The Rustavi Company

Adler Planetarium, 1300 S. Lake Shore Dr., 322-0300

708/692-2220

Lincoln Park Conservatory, 2400 N. Stockton Dr.,

4 / 7 - 6 / 2

William Herman Paintings Pilemon Santiago Paintings

The Improv, 504 N. Wells St., 782-6387

O'Hare Expo Center, 5555 N. River Rd., Rosemont, 2 / 1 7 - 3 / 1 1

2 / 3 - 3 / 3 1

Military, civilian and cultural exhibits featuring

Newberry Library, 60 W. Walton, 943-9090 1 / 11 - 3 / 1 6

"The Artworks of William Dawson"

The Funny Firm, 318 W. Grand Ave., 321-9500

708/698-6630 2 / 1 4 - 1 8

1 / 2 7 - 4 / 7

Spring & Easter Flower ShowLincoln Park Conservatory, 2400 N. Stockton Dr.,

C o n v e n t i o n s

2/2—open

" To T h e L i m i t "

Oriental Institute Museum, 1155 E. 58th St.,

ISO/The Bobs

Exhibits commemorate Jane Addams, her associates and the neighborhood they ser\'ed.

Chicago Auto Show McCormick Place, 2300 S. Lake Shore Dr.,

1/1-2/1

Culture"

Catch A Rising Star, Hyatt Regency C'hicago East

708/485-0263

-

Omnlmax Theater at the Museum of Science & Industry

American Ballet Theater

Clubs

Tower, 151 E. Wacker Dr., 565-HAHA

708/485-0263 4 / 1 5

"Steamboating in Style"

Museum features a large collection of folk art from Ukrainian ceramics to Easter eggs and costumes. Vietnam Museum, 5002 N. Broadway, 728-6111

"The Science of Music"

Ravenna"

M u s e u m s

1 / 6 - 4 / 2 9 4/14

4 / 1 - 6 / 3 0

Express-Ways Children's Museum, North Pier Chicago, 435 E. Illinois St., 527-1000

708/692-2220

549-0606

Lakes" "Coast Guard Art"

2/1—open

Comedy

2 / 1 - 2 8 2 / 1 - 4 / 2 9

Washington St„ 346-3278

International Kennel Club of Chicago Spring Dog Show McCormick Place, 2300 S. Lake Shore Dr., 237-5100

O'Hare Expo Center, 5555 N. River Rd., Rosemont,

Chicago Academy of Sciences, 2001 N. Clark St.,

2 / 1 - 4 / 3 0

276-6565

Shore Dr., 684-1414 "Into the Sunlit Splendor" "Black Creativity 1990"

Chicago Public Library Cultural Center, 78 E.

814-6660

Antique Show O'Hare Expo Center, 5555 N. River Rd., Rosemont,

1 / 1 - 2 / 1

Civic Opera House, 20 N. Wacker Dr., 902-1500

New Regal Theater, 1645 E. 79th St., 721-9230 Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

State of Illinois Center, 100 W. Randolph St.,

708/692-2220

Winter Carnival

1/1—open

435 E. Illinois St., 836-4343 "Port to Port: 300 Years of Commerce on tTi^Groat

Ukrainian National Museum, 2453 W. Chicago Ave.,

Washington Blvd., 226-1007 "Equus/Underwater"

Museum of Science & Industry, 57th St. & Lake

Chicago Maritime Museum, North Pier Chicago,

Ballet Folklorico de Mexico

708/485-0263

Chicago Cubs Convention

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Hungarian State Folk Ensemble

MoMing Dance & Arts Center, 1034 W, Barry,

875-9696

Summer Extravaganza, (Leisure activity show) McCormick Place, 2300 S. Lake Shore Dr., 708/289-2895

3 / 3 1 - 4 / 1

2S

294-4770

Dr., 684-1414 Photo Contest Winners Exhibit

1 / 1 9 - 2 1

Shamrock ShufHe Run

Museum of Science & Industry, 57th & Lake Shore Chicago Tourism Council/Chicago Sim Times

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3 / 1 - 4 3 / 1 3 - 1 8

Chlcagoland Home & Flower Show O'Hare Expo Center, 5555 N. River Rd., Rosemont,

3 / 1 5 - 1 8

2/24

Here's Chicago, 163 E. Pearson St., 467-7114

Downtown Streets of Chicago, 666-9836

294-4770* 1 / 1 - 7

Ave., 751-3681

103rd & Western, 238-1969

Christmas Flower Show

4

2 / 2 2

John Hancock Center Observatory, 875 N. Michigan

South Side Irish Parade

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1 / 1 - 5 / 3 1

"George Barnard: Photographer of Sherman's Campaign" "Frank Lloyd Wright; Preserving An Architectural

Heritage, Decorative Designs from the Domino's Pizza

Chicago Theatre, 175 N. State St., 431-2356 2/3

"A House Divided: America in the Age of Lincoln"

P e r m a n e n t

4 / 1 - 6 / 1 7

Daley Civic Center, "Under the Picasso" Entertainment, Washington & Dearborn Sts., 346-3278, Weekdays, noon.

Women in the Director's Chair: International Film & Video Festival

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2 / 4 - 5 / 3 0

930-8249 M A R C H

Museum of Holography/Chicago, 1134 W.

642-4600

1/8,2/4, 3/12,

1/4-6, 9,11-13,16, 18-20, 25, 26, 28, 30 2/1-3, 6, 8-10, 15, 16, 18, 20, 22-24, 27 3/1-3,6,8-10, 13,15-17,22-24,27,29-31 Allied Art Series (Classical & Pops), 435-6666 1/7, 14, 17, 21 2/4,11, 12,21,25, 26 3/4, 11, 18, 19,23,26 4/1,6, 8, 13,21, 22, 27,29 Chamber Music Chicago, 242-6237

4/16, 2 3

1 / 2 8 , 2 / 2 3 & 28, 3/26, 4/18

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Civic Orchestra of Chicago, 435-8122

26

1/31, 3/5,

Chicago Sirifonietta, 366-1075

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St, Paul's United Church, 655 W. Fullerton Ave. 1/19, 3/9 Chicago String Ensemble, 332-0567 3/11 Choral Ensemble of Chicago, 935-3800