Explore the cultural climate of the early 20th century through the music of Austrian composers Alexander Zemlinsky and Arnold Sch?enberg. $18, or $15 for Frank Lloyd Wright Trust members and volunteers. To purchase tickets online, visit flwright.org under Adult Programs.
Sylvia Alotta, owner of the Sharpest Pencil Bindery and Letterpress Shop, will lead the workshop. Admission, which includes a $10 materials fee, $25 for non-members and $20 for Frank Lloyd Wright Trust members. To purchase tickets online, visit www.flwright.org under Adult Programs.
A jazz performance of holiday favorites by Grammy-nominated vocalist Margaret Carlson and her trio. Carlson has been compared to Julie Andrews and Maureen McGovern, and This Christmas...my favorite things will showcase her elegant musical style and on-stage presence. $18, or $15 for Frank Lloyd Wright Trust members and volunteers. To purchase tickets online, visit flwright.org under Adult Programs.
Unity Temple is growing. That's news because denominations that have been around for more than a hundred years haven't been doing so well lately — last year Southern Baptists were down .42 percent, United Methodists down 1.01 percent, ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church of America) down 1.96 percent, Presbyterian USA down 2.61 percent, Episcopalians down 2.48 percent. (National Council of Churches Yearbook)
The theft of metal in Oak Park and River Forest has focused mostly on copper downspouts and coping. But overnight between Sept. 28 and Sept. 29, the epidemic hit one of Oak Park's most famous landmarks, and hit it hard.
Tonight, Thursday, Feb. 28 at 7:30 p.m., Oak Park music historian David Patterson will re-introduce architecture fans to William C. Wright, the long-neglected yet highly influential composer-father of America's most famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright.
This coming Saturday, January 12, Unity Temple (875 Lake) will host Sugar Beet Cooperative's Winter's Eve Farmers' Market/Membership Kick-off Party. The proposed community-oriented grocery store will provide accessible, price-competitive locally sourced food and other items from a brick-and-mortar location planned for northeast Oak Park.