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BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//Journey Chicago - ECPv5.15.0.1//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:Journey Chicago X-ORIGINAL-URL:https://journeychicago.org X-WR-CALDESC:Events for Journey Chicago REFRESH-INTERVAL;VALUE=DURATION:PT1H X-Robots-Tag:noindex X-PUBLISHED-TTL:PT1H BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/Chicago BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:-0600 TZOFFSETTO:-0500 TZNAME:CDT DTSTART:20210314T080000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:-0500 TZOFFSETTO:-0600 TZNAME:CST DTSTART:20211107T070000 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211030T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211030T160000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20211025T220250Z LAST-MODIFIED:20211025T220250Z UID:525-1635595200-1635609600@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Bronzeville Historical Society Grand Opening and Press Event DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Bronzeville Historical Society\n\n \nJourney Chicago will conclude with a celebration of the official opening of Bronzeville Historical Society’s new permanent home in the historic Parkway Ballroom building! From 12pm-1pm\, members of the press are invited to tour the space and view the groundbreaking exhibit “ReIMAGINE Aunt Jemima\,” which honors Nancy Green and all the women who portrayed the iconic brand across the years. \nAt 1pm\, the space will be opened up for a public reception\, and everyone is welcome to join us! View the exhibit and enjoy snacks\, drinks and music. \nStick around at 2pm for a special showing of “The Black Theater: The Making of a Movement”\, with discussion led by Maséqua Myers\, longtime theater and film producer and former director of the South Side Community Art Center. (Register separately for the film screening here.) \nProof of vaccination is required to attend this event.  \nCost & Registration Info: This event is FREE but space is VERY LIMITED. \nRegister here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bronzeville-historical-society-grand-opening-tickets-196112015317\nLocation Info:\n \n4455 South King Drive\, Suite 103\, Chicago\, IL 60653 URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/bronzeville-historical-society-grand-opening-and-press-event/ LOCATION:Bronzeville Historical Society\, 4455 South King Drive\, Ste 103\, Chicago\, IL\, 60653\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211030T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211030T130000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20211020T210013Z LAST-MODIFIED:20211020T210033Z UID:519-1635591600-1635598800@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Dia de los Muertos: Remembering and Honoring Environmental Protectors DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Field Museum\nPartner Organizations: Casa Michoacan/FEDECMI\n \nJoin Roots and Routes\, Casa Michoacan\, Artists Hector Duarte and Alfonso “Piloto” Nieves\, Chicago Park District and Filed Museum for a family-friendly event featuring a traditional altar\, music\, activity tables\, face painting and more. Experience a traditional Dia de los Muertos while enjoying nature in Chicago. This year’s theme is Remembering and Honoring Environmental Protectors. \nCost & Registration Info: Free event.\nRegister here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdn9jhatIW0b0acYaRLIXMj1yFgzEq-bdnE6TmAwuJnVILBRg/viewform \nLocation Info:\nLa Ronda Parakata Gathering Space in the Burnham Wildlife Corridor URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/dia-de-los-muertos-remembering-and-honoring-environmental-protectors/ LOCATION:La Ronda Parakata Gathering Space in the Burnham Wildlife Corridor\, 3500 S Lake Shore Dr\, Chicago\, IL\, 60615\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211030T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211030T160000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210929T215551Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210929T215551Z UID:493-1635588000-1635609600@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Dia de los Muertos DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Trickster Cultural Center\nCo-hosts: Teotlecuilli Aztec Dance Group and the Kenneth Young Center\n \nHelp honor those who have passed by adding to our ofrendas (altars). Music\, crafts\, and traditional Aztec Danza will be taking place during the day. Disney’s/Pixars “Coco” will be shown at 2PM. \nChildren’s crafts will be available for $5. \nWhat is Día de los Muertos? It is a lively Mexican holiday celebrated everywhere with a Latino population. Festivities honor the dead with laughter and joy. While sweet candy balances the bitterness of death. \nWhat is an ofrenda (altar)? It is a special display on a flat surface that helps to guide the spirits back to the land of the living. Most include portraits and offerings along with decorations. \nLocation Info:\nTrickster Cultural Center\, 190 S Roselle Rd\, Schaumburg\, IL 60193\nCost and Registration: FREE. Children’s crafts $5.\nLearn more here: https://www.facebook.com/events/584912882544235/ URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/dia-de-los-muertos/ LOCATION:Trickster Cultural Center\, 190 S Roselle Rd\, Schaumburg\, IL\, 60193\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211028T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211028T140000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210929T212525Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210929T212525Z UID:487-1635426000-1635429600@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Andersonville Walking Tour DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Swedish American Museum\n \nJoin the Swedish American Museum for a walking tour of Swedish Andersonville. Learn about the Swedish heritage of the neighborhood\, and what Swedish things you can still find in the area today. \nYour registration includes a copy of the guided tour and admission to the Museum. \nLocation Info:\nMeet at the Museum\, 5211 N Clark St\, Chicago\, IL 60640\nCost and Registration: Registration required. $10 members\, $15 non-members.\nRegister here: https://swedishamericanmuseum.org/event/andersonville-walking-tour-11/ \nMore info at https://swedishamericanmuseum.org/ URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/andersonville-walking-tour-2/ LOCATION:Swedish American Museum\, 5211 N Clark St\, Chicago\, IL\, 60640\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211026T173000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211026T190000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210917T165503Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210922T142331Z UID:432-1635269400-1635274800@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Safeguarding Cultural Heritage in the Face of Urban Change - Virtual Discussion DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress\nPartner Organizations: Chicago Architecture Center’s Open House Chicago\, National Hellenic Museum\, Bronzeville Historical Society\, Chinese American Museum of Chicago\n \nJoin us in a conversation with representatives of the Bronzeville Historical Society\, Chinese American Museum of Chicago\, and the National Hellenic Museum on safeguarding cultural heritage in the face of urban change\, as inspired by the Chicago Ethnic Arts Project Collection of the American Folklife Center\, Library of Congress. Representatives will reflect on the complexities and impacts of top-down gentrification and urban development\, and how cultural heritage can be used as forces for celebration\, revitalization\, and fighting against cultural and historical erasure. \nPanelists:\nKatie Kelaidis\, National Hellenic Museum\nSoo Lon Moy and Ben Lau\, Chinese American Museum of Chicago\nSherry Williams\, Bronzeville Historical Society \nModerator: \nMichelle Stefano\, American Folklife Center \nCost & Registration Info: Free event. Registration required.\nRegister here: https://www.architecture.org/programs-events/detail/safeguarding-cultural-heritage-in-the-face-of-urban-change/ \nLocation Info:\nOnline event via Zoom. URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/safeguarding-cultural-heritage-in-the-face-of-urban-change-virtual-discussion/ LOCATION:Online via Zoom END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211023T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211023T203000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210930T203836Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210930T203933Z UID:498-1635013800-1635021000@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Bulgarian Folk Traditions Painting and Embroidery Workshop DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Magura Cultural Center\n\n \nPAINT NIGHT and more…\nJoin us for unique art workshop and create an art piece influenced by Bulgarian folk traditions.\nYou will be able to create an embroidery piece and use it for clear phone case\, or paint a traditional embroidery pattern on ceramic\, canvas or wood as a hands-on experience at the events.\nAdults and Children (9+) are welcome at the same time but in two separate rooms. Stay with the adults or join your child. \nThis workshop will be offered again on Sun\, Nov 7 at 2:30pm. \nLeading artist: Kina Bagovska\nAssistant: Sasha Anachkova \nLocation Info:\nMagura Cultural Center\, 415 W Golf Rd #7\, Arlington Heights\, IL 60005\nCost and Registration: FREE. Registration required\nCall 224.800.1538 to register or go to: http://magurabcs.com/register4events URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/bulgarian-folk-traditions-painting-and-embroidery-workshop/ LOCATION:Magura Cultural Center\, 415 W Golf Rd #7\, Arlington Heights\, IL\, 60005\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211023T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211023T120000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20211020T144521Z LAST-MODIFIED:20211020T144521Z UID:516-1634986800-1634990400@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Taste of India Virtual Cooking Class w/ Chef Asif Syed DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: National Indo-American Museum\n \nCraving Hyderabadi food but don’t want to leave your couch? Say no more! Our next Taste of India guest is the trail-blazing\, award-winning chef Asif Syed! \nChef Asif’s incredible array of awards includes the 2017 Golden Spoon Award by Florida Trend Magazine as well as his outstanding win against Bobby Flay on the show Beat Bobby Flay! From his appearance on Cutthroat Kitchen to being a featured chef by the James Beard Foundation\, chef Asif brings a wealth of culinary experience and a glitzy touch to his dishes. \nOn October 23rd\, 11 AM CT\, we will have a conversation with Asif and watch him work his culinary magic in an exclusive cooking demo! This is a free event\, open to all! What are you waiting for? Get your free tickets today \nLocation Info:\nOnline via Zoom\nCost and Registration: FREE\nRegister here: https://www.eventcombo.com/e/taste-of-india-43985 URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/taste-of-india-virtual-cooking-class-w-chef-asif-syed/ LOCATION:Online via Zoom END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211023T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211023T120000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210917T175634Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210921T145501Z UID:441-1634983200-1634990400@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Calaveritas de azúcar / Sugar Skull Workshop DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: FEDECMI/CASA Michoacán\n \nCome to our workshop and learn about the making of traditional sugar skulls from Mexico and a brief history of Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead)\, while decorating your own sugar skull! Participants will get a chance to decorate sugar skulls with icing\, glitter\, feathers\, rhinestones and more\, all while learning a brief history of the celebration of Dia de Los Muertos. \nDates and Time:\nSat\, Oct 16\, 10 am – 12 pm\nSat\, Oct 23\, 10 am – 12 pm\nLocation Info:\nCasa Michoacán (Chicago)\, 1638 S Blue Island Ave\, Chicago\, IL 60608\nCost and Registration: $10/person\, or $30 for a family of four. Registration required.\nRegister here: https://forms.gle/fwUNdC3ghuc714N46 \nMore info at https://www.fedecmiusa.org/ URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/calaveritas-de-azucar-sugar-skull-workshop/ LOCATION:Casa Michoacán\, 1638 S Blue Island Ave\, Chicago\, IL\, 60608\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211021T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211021T200000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210922T145345Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210922T145345Z UID:471-1634842800-1634846400@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Virtual Book Club - Song of Achilles DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: National Hellenic Museum\n \nRead Madeline Miller’s best-selling\, thrilling novel based on the tale of the legendary Greek hero Achilles\, then join us on Zoom to discuss! Each month the NHM Book Club chooses a book that is either inspired by the Hellenic legacy or by a Greek American author (and sometimes both!). Then we gather to discuss the book on Zoom. \nBook Club is free to join and meets on the third Thursday of each month at 7pm CST \nCost and registration info: FREE EVENT. Registration required.\nRegister here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nhm-virtual-book-club-the-song-of-achilles-tickets-176652080127 \nLocation Info: Online via Zoom URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/virtual-book-club-song-of-achilles/ LOCATION:Online via Zoom END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211021T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211021T200000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210929T213552Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210929T213552Z UID:489-1634839200-1634846400@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Brave Crossing Book Launch & Immigration Stories Workshop DESCRIPTION:Host Organization:Filipino American Historical Society Of Chicago\n \nA Workshop on the Immigration Stories of Filipino Americans with guest speaker Maria Alvarez Stroud\, author of the book\, Brave Crossing. The book is the story of a young man’s dream of adventure and a different if not a better life in another country. This historical novel is based on the life of Ms. Stroud’s father\, who came to the US alone in 1916 when he was 20 years old. He struggled with racism\, language problems\, a cross-cultural romantic interest\, and separation from his family and culture in the Philippines\, but achieved his dreams of becoming a medical doctor. \nLocation Info:\nSkokie Public Library\, Mary Radmacher Meeting Room\, 5215 Oakton St\, Skokie\, IL 60077\nCost and Registration: FREE. Registration required.\nRegister here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brave-crossing-book-immigration-stories-workshop-tickets-179027444907 URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/brave-crossing-book-launch-immigration-stories-workshop/ LOCATION:Skokie Public Library\, 5215 Oakton St\, Skokie\, Skokie\, IL\, 60077\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211017T153000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211017T163000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210927T201935Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210927T201935Z UID:481-1634484600-1634488200@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Legacy of Stonewall and the LGBTQ+ Rights Movement DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center\n \nOn-Site & Virtual Exhibition Opening Program \nIn the summer of 1969\, a six-day clash between police and LGBTQ+ civilians ignited\, sparking the rise of the gay liberation movement and fundamentally changing popular discourse surrounding LGBTQ+ activism in the United States. The Stonewall Uprising was the culmination of years of LGBTQ+ activism\, led by pioneering Upstanders that shifted the movement nationwide from thousands to millions – each fighting for fundamental human rights. \nJoin us as we celebrate the opening of Illinois Holocaust Museum’s newest exhibition\, Rise Up: Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement\, and hear first-hand accounts from three trailblazing LGBTQ+ activists. \nPanelists will include Mark Segal\, who was 18 years old and living in New York when the Stonewall Uprising began & Founder of Philadelphia Gay News\, as well as President of both The National LGBT Press Association and The National Gay Newspaper Guild; Vanessa Warri\, a transgender Nigerian-American researcher\, strategist\, and advocate\, who specializes in the liberation\, empowerment\, and safety of Black transgender women; and Chicago’s Art Johnston\, Co-Founder of Equality Illinois and activist & leader in Chicago’s growing LGBTQ+ community. \nAward-winning journalist Erin Blakemore\, whose work has appeared in The Washington Post\, Time\, The Atlantic\, and National Geographic will moderate the conversation about events that took place at the Stonewall Inn in 1969 and the worldwide rise of LGBTQ+ activism. \n***Masks are required and social distancing guidelines will be encouraged at the on-site program.*** \nCost and registration info: Non-Members (On-Site): Museum Admission; Non-Members (Virtual): $5.00. Members (On-Site & Virtual): Free\nRegister here: https://ihm.ec/legacyofstonewall \nLocation Info: Illinois Holocaust Museum\, 9603 Woods Drive\, Skokie\, IL 60077\, and Online URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/legacy-of-stonewall-and-the-lgbtq-rights-movement/ LOCATION:Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center\, 9603 Woods Drive\, Skokie\, IL\, 60077\, United States ORGANIZER;CN="Illinois%20Holocaust%20Museum%20and%20Education%20Center":MAILTO:https://www.ilholocaustmuseum.org/ END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211017T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211017T180000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210917T164622Z LAST-MODIFIED:20211015T190209Z UID:426-1634479200-1634493600@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Filipino American History Month Celebration - SOLD OUT DESCRIPTION:Host Organizations: Filipino American Historical Society of Chicago and CIRCA Pintig\n \nCelebrate Filipino American History Month\, the 35 year anniversary of the Filipino American Historical Society of Chicago\, the 30 year anniversary of CIRCA/Pintig and 25 year anniversary of the Philippine American Cultural Foundation at our exhibit event with a luncheon\, and performance. Featuring Journey for Justice!\, a performance by the Center for Immigrant Resources and Community Arts-Pintig to celebrate the life of Filipino labor organizer Larry Itliong and Filipino American Heritage. Enjoy a taste of Filipino food consisting of pork or chicken barbecue\, lumpia (egg roll) and pansit (noodles). \nCost & Registration Info: Registration required. $30 ticket\, includes food/drink\, reserves seat at the luncheon and all performances. \nThis event is SOLD OUT. Please check out FAHSC on Facebook for their other upcoming events!\nLocation Info:\nElston Place Market Mix\, 5033 N Elston Ave\, Chicago\, IL 60630 \n Learn more at https://www.facebook.com/fahschicago URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/filipino-american-history-month-celebration/ LOCATION:Elston Place Market Mix\, 5033 N Elston\, Chicago\, 60630 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211017T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211017T170000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210831T214017Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T210939Z UID:218-1634475600-1634490000@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:We Walk in Lawndale: A Celebration of Black Community DESCRIPTION:Host Organization:  Haitian American Museum of Chicago\nPartner Organizations: Crossing Borders Music\, Lawndale Pop-Up Spot\n\nStroll through a a mini cultural fair that features the Haitian American Museum of Chicago (HAMOC)\, Crossing Borders Music and the Lawndale Pop-Up Spot. This event features selected works from HAMOC’s traveling exhibit “We Walk”\, that celebrates Black history and culture\, music commissioned by Crossing Borders Music of Haitian and Black composers and a workshop with a local Lawndale artist led by the Lawndale Pop-Up Spot. Haitian appetizers served. All CDC and Public Health Guidelines will be followed. \nCost & Registration Info: FREE EVENT\nLocation Info:\nOn the boulevard green at Douglas Blvd and Central Park Avenue in North Lawndale URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/we-walk-a-celebration-of-black-community/ LOCATION:Douglas Boulevard and Central Park Avenue\, W Douglas Blvd & Central Park Av\, Chicago\, IL\, 60623\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211016T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211016T170000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210831T220415Z LAST-MODIFIED:20211004T161812Z UID:248-1634389200-1634403600@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Indo-American Museum Opening Reception and Artist Talk DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: National Indo American Museum\n \nProgram #1: Unraveling the Skeins to View the Obscured \nA visual artist’s journey from concept to realization \nJoin Sarika Goulatia for a fascinating conversation about the creative process that transforms her Indian-American experience into art where the viewer often becomes part of the work. Sometimes forgotten\, sometimes remembered: the tribulations and afflictions never erased…\, her installation at NIAM’s E/Merge: Art of the Indian Diaspora exhibition at the Umang and Paragi Patel Center in Lombard invites viewers to meditate and pay homage to all that they have lost. The program is free and part of a series to be held during the six-month run of the exhibition. Registration is required\, capacity is limited and COVID restrictions apply. Register early to secure your spot! \nProgram #2: Storytelling \nJitesh Jaggi\, a two-time The Moth Story Slam winner\, will be performing stories that deal with his immigration\, art\, and diaspora experiences. These are true\, personal stories that are family-friendly and can be enjoyed by people from all backgrounds. Our stories are how we relate to one another and storytelling is the perfect oral medium to connect the audience with the Indian diaspora. \nCost & Registration Info: Free event. Registration is required at www.niam.org.\nLocation Info:\nThe National Indo-American Museum\, 815 S. Main St. Lombard\, IL 60148\nLearn more at http://www.niam.org/ URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/e-merge-art-of-the-indian-diaspora/ LOCATION:The National Indo-American Museum\, 815 S\, Main Street\, Lombard\, IL\, 60148\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211016T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211016T120000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210831T220117Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210921T145550Z UID:245-1634378400-1634385600@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Calaveritas de Azúcar / Sugar Skulls Workshop DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: FEDECMI/CASA Michoacán\n \nCome to our workshop and learn about the making of traditional sugar skulls from Mexico and a brief history of Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead)\, while decorating your own sugar skull! Participants will get a chance to decorate sugar skulls with icing\, glitter\, feathers\, rhinestones and more\, all while learning a brief history of the celebration of Dia de Los Muertos. \nDates and Time:\nSat\, Oct 16\, 10 am – 12 pm\nSat\, Oct 23\, 10 am – 12 pm\nLocation Info:\nCasa Michoacán (Chicago)\, 1638 S Blue Island Ave\, Chicago\, IL 60608\nCost and Registration: $10/person\, or $30 for a family of four. Registration required.\nRegister here: https://forms.gle/fwUNdC3ghuc714N46 \nMore info at https://www.fedecmiusa.org/ URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/calaveritas-de-azucar-sugar-skulls-workshop/ LOCATION:Casa Michoacán\, 1638 S Blue Island Ave\, Chicago\, IL\, 60608\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211014T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211014T120000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210831T215742Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T205714Z UID:243-1634209200-1634212800@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Autumn Ballad with Daegeum\, a Bamboo Flute from Korea DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Korean Cultural Center of Chicago\nPartner Organization: Korean Performing Arts Institute of Chicago\n \nExperience a rare opportunity to listen to the sound of a Daegeum\, a traditional Korean bamboo flute\, played by an artist-in-residence at the Korean Performing Arts Institute of Chicago\, along with other woodwind accompaniments. Participants will listen to both traditional 16th century Korean music and Western-influenced pieces composed for Daegeum. \nCost & Registration Info: $10. Registration is required at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/autumn-ballad-with-daegeum-a-bamboo-flute-from-korea-tickets-169507616845\nLocation Info:\nKorean Cultural Center of Chicago\, 9930 Capitol Dr. Wheeling\, IL 60090\nLearn more and register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/autumn-ballad-with-daegeum-a-bamboo-flute-from-korea-tickets-169507616845 URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/autumn-ballad-with-daegeum-a-bamboo-flute-from-korea/ LOCATION:Korean Cultural Center of Chicago\, 9930 Capitol Dr.\, Wheeling\, IL\, 60090\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211013T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211013T203000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210831T215509Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210910T175603Z UID:238-1634149800-1634157000@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:What's Cooking: Continuity and Change in What We Eat DESCRIPTION:Host Organizations: Chicago Japanese American Historical Society and Trickster Cultural Center\n \nJoin the Chicago Japanese American Historical Society and the Trickster Cultural Center in a collaborative presentation\, food sampling and community dialogue as we explore two popular rice dishes–a Native American wild rice casserole and Japanese American Spam musubi. Come and taste! \nThis free program requires pre-registration and is limited to 50 participants. Our chefs will prepare 50 tasting samples so walk-ins will be turned away. Masks are required for in-person participants. \nThe program will also be available online. \nCost & Registration Info: Free event. Limited in-person spots available\, registration required.\nLocation Info:\nHybrid event – In-person event at Trickster Cultural Center\, 190 S Roselle Rd\, Schaumburg\, IL 60193\nEvent will also be hosted on Zoom.\nRegistration for both live and online event at: https://chicagoculturalalliance.app.neoncrm.com/eventReg.jsp?event=1808& \n Learn more at https://tricksterculturalcenter.org/ URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/whats-cooking-continuity-and-change-in-what-we-eat/ LOCATION:Trickster Cultural Center\, 190 S Roselle Rd\, Schaumburg\, IL\, 60193\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211011T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211011T190000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210922T150133Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210922T150133Z UID:475-1633975200-1633978800@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Indigenous Peoples' Day Presentation DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Mitchell Museum of the American Indian\n \nIndigenous Peoples’ Day is a worldwide movement that recognizes the history and contributions of Indigenous Peoples throughout the Americas. This year\, we will honor those who never returned home from Indian Boarding Schools. Join us virtually to acknowledge Indigenous People’s Day and hear expert guest speakers discuss the North America residential boarding school experience. \nCost and registration info: FREE EVENT. Registration required.\nRegister here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/indigenous-peoples-day-presentation-tickets-174530885577 \nLocation Info: Online via Zoom\nMore info at: https://mitchellmuseum.org/ipd2021/ URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/indigenous-peoples-day/ LOCATION:Online via Zoom END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211011T160000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211011T200000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210929T221046Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210929T221046Z UID:496-1633968000-1633982400@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Mobile Museum of Tolerance Open House DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Trickster Cultural Center\nCo-host: Mobile Museum of Tolerance\nJoin us for a special Indigenous Peoples’ Day honoring the Native Community and celebrating the opening of the Mobile Museum of Tolerance. The MMOT is a project of the Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum\, and it utilizes innovative technology and interactive lessons to bring its message of tolerance directly to Illinois schools and communities. The purpose of the MMOT is to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds\, empowering them to raise their voices and combat anti-Semitism\, bullying\, racism\, hate\, and intolerance\, and to promote human dignity. \nWelcome reception inside the Trickster Cultural Center\nOpening remarks 5:30pm\nSpecial drum & dance performances 6:00pm \nLocation Info:\nTrickster Cultural Center\, 190 S Roselle Rd\, Schaumburg\, IL 60193 \nCost and Registration: FREE.\nLearn more here: mmot.com URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/mmot-open-house/ LOCATION:Trickster Cultural Center\, 190 S Roselle Rd\, Schaumburg\, IL\, 60193\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211009T173000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211009T193000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20211004T180430Z LAST-MODIFIED:20211004T180430Z UID:505-1633800600-1633807800@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Waterways: Our Ties to Water and One Another Art Show DESCRIPTION:Host Organizations: Muslim American Leadership Alliance & ATAYAL\n\n \nJoin us for a unique gallery experience highlighting how water can serve as a conduit bringing diverse people together through a cultural lens and open dialogue about the importance of environmental conservation locally in Chicago and globally. The program is a collaboration with ATAYAL\, Muslim American Leadership Alliance\, & several artists including Cesar Conde and Shawn Michael Warren. Guests will have the opportunity to meet and hear the stories of some of the area’s most influential up-and-coming artists\, and network with Chicago cultural leaders. \nFeaturing artists Cesar Conde\, Shawn Michael Warren\, and Kinding Sindaw. \nLocation Info: West Loop Dot Gallery\, Chicago\, IL 60607\nCost and Registration: FREE. Registration required\nRegister at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/waterways-our-ties-to-water-and-one-another-tickets-183535418377 \n  URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/waterways-our-ties-to-water-and-one-another-art-show/ LOCATION:West Loop Dot Gallery\, 1015 West Fulton Market\, Chicago\, IL\, 60607\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211009T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211009T163000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210917T180637Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210922T144546Z UID:444-1633788000-1633797000@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:“Wuhan Wuhan” Film Screening DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Chinese American Museum of Chicago\n \nWUHAN WUHAN is an observational documentary unfolding during February and March of 2020 at the height of the pandemic in Wuhan city\, where the coronavirus began. With unprecedented access at the peak of the pandemic lockdown\, WUHAN WUHAN goes beyond the statistics and salacious headlines and puts a human experience into the early days of the mysterious virus as Chinese citizens and frontline healthcare workers grappled with an invisible\, deadly killer. Co-hosted by Asian Pop-up Cinema. \nCost and registration info: FREE EVENT. Registration required.\nRegister here: https://www.asianpopupcinema.org/wuhan \nLocation Info:\nCAMOC 4th floor\, 238 W 23rd St\, Chicago IL 60616\nLearn more at https://ccamuseum.org/ URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/wuhan-wuhan-film-screening/ LOCATION:Chinese American Museum of Chicago\, 238 W 23rd St\, Chicago IL 60616\, Chicago\, IL\, 60616\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20211008 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20211011 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210831T215135Z LAST-MODIFIED:20211004T183635Z UID:231-1633651200-1633910399@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:68th Annual Chicago Powwow DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: American Indian Center\n\nA 3-day cultural event that articulates living Native cultures and inter-generational art practices via intertribal powwow songs and dances augmented with contemporary music performances. This event is the largest form of American Indian artistic and cultural exchange in the State of Illinois\, providing a platform for self-representation through traditional Native art forms (visual and performing) which has become an indispensable and defining cultural endeavor in Native Chicago. \nEvent Dates & Times:\nFri\, Oct 8\, 5pm-8:30pm\nSat\, Oct 9\, 10 am – 8:30pm\nSun\, Oct 10\, 10am – 5:00 pm\nCost & Registration Info: Pay on site (cash/credit/debit) – Adults $15\, Seniors/Children/Military $10\, Children under 5 FREE – Weekend Passes: Adult $35\, Seniors/Children/Military $22\nPre-purchase tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/american-indian-centers-68th-annual-powwow-tickets-165952643825 \nLocation Info:\nSchiller Woods\, W Irving Park Rd\, West of N Cumberland Ave\nLearn more at http://aicchicago.org/event/68th-annual-powwow/ URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/68th-annual-chicago-powwow/ LOCATION:Schiller Woods\, W Irving Park Rd\, Chicago\, IL\, 60634\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211003T133000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211003T153000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210929T212121Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210929T212121Z UID:485-1633267800-1633275000@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Scandinavian Jam Online DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Swedish American Museum\n \nJoin Mary Allsopp and Paul Tyler online on the first and third Sunday of every month.\nEnjoy an afternoon of traditional roots music. We teach by ear\, review and share tunes. We are happy to take suggestions and love meeting new people. It’s a friendly group and we have folks joining in from across the country. \nContact Scandi.Fiddler@yahoo.com or PTyler@ameritech.net with any questions and to get a zoom code. \nLocation Info:\nOnline via Zoom\nCost and Registration: FREE. Registration required.\nContact Scandi.Fiddler@yahoo.com or PTyler@ameritech.net to get a zoom code. \nMore info at https://swedishamericanmuseum.org/ URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/scandinavian-jam-online/ LOCATION:Online via Zoom END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20211002T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20211002T140000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210917T161737Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210917T161737Z UID:420-1633179600-1633183200@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Exhibit Opening: Baby Loss Journey Exhibit DESCRIPTION:Host Organizations: Trickster Cultural Center\nTelling the stories of the families that have experienced baby loss in their lives\, this exhibit is designed by Jen Debouver a Native American Veteran Army\, who herself lost 2 babies\, then had her “Rainbow baby” Nina her healthy and happy little girl. This powerful exhibit features 21 multi-cultural stories and photos. \nThe call to action: To address additional Federal and State funding for research to assist with preventative care and explanations for the many Moms who have no medical answers to why this happens. \nThe program will also be available online. \nCost & Registration Info: Free event.\nLocation Info:\nHybrid event – In-person event at Trickster Cultural Center\, 190 S Roselle Rd\, Schaumburg\, IL 60193\nEvent will also be hosted on Zoom.\n Learn more at https://tricksterculturalcenter.org/ URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/exhibit-opening-baby-loss-journey-exhibit/ LOCATION:Trickster Cultural Center\, 190 S Roselle Rd\, Schaumburg\, IL\, 60193\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20210930T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20210930T160000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210909T204115Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T204115Z UID:390-1633010400-1633017600@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:ReIMAGINE Aunt Jemima Exhibition VIRTUAL OPENING DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Bronzeville Historical Society\n \nJoin us via ZOOM for the opening of ReIMAGINE Aunt Jemima Exhibition at the Bronzeville Historical Society. A collection of “Aunt Jemima” photos\, memorabilia\, newspaper accounts and scholarly research was presented to Vivian G. Harsh Research Library from twins Val Williams and Aaron Williams. The collection marks the first contribution provided by 14 year old students who won the prized Chicago History Fair award in 2020. In addition\, their “Pancakes\, Anyone” exhibit was acknowledged by the Daughter of the Revolutionary War for its outstanding contribution to understanding history. \nCost & Registration Info: Free\, registration required.\nLocation Info: Online Event\nLearn more and register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/167418397935 URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/reimagine-aunt-jemima-exhibition-virtual-opening/ LOCATION:Online via Zoom END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20210930T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20210930T140000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210917T184113Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210917T184113Z UID:447-1633006800-1633010400@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Andersonville Walking Tour DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Swedish American Museum\n \nJoin the Swedish American Museum for a walking tour of Swedish Andersonville. Learn about the Swedish heritage of the neighborhood\, and what Swedish things you can still find in the area today. \nYour registration includes a copy of the guided tour and admission to the Museum. \nLocation Info:\nMeet at the Museum\, 5211 N Clark St\, Chicago\, IL 60640\nCost and Registration: Registration required. $10 members\, $15 non-members.\nRegister here: https://swedishamericanmuseum.org/event/andersonville-walking-tour-11/ \nMore info at https://swedishamericanmuseum.org/ URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/andersonville-walking-tour/ LOCATION:Swedish American Museum\, 5211 N Clark St\, Chicago\, IL\, 60640\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20210930T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20210930T140000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210831T214438Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T203536Z UID:226-1633006800-1633010400@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Bronzeville Music Mixers and Film Shorts Screening DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Bronzeville Historical Society\n \nListen to Local DJs and music mix masters showcasing house music entertainment for in-person and virtual audiences. Online Viewers will experience oral history stories and exciting YouTube video clips. Journey Chicago – Bronzeville will also feature highlights of our new ReIMAGINE Aunt Jemima exhibition and participants will meet the Bronzeville Historical Society curators and resident artist Maggie Brown. \nCost & Registration Info: Free\, registration required.\nLocation Info:\nHybrid event – limited on-site spots available\n4455 South King Drive\, Suite 103\, Chicago\, IL 60653 \nLivestream the event via https://www.eventbrite.com/e/168510558617\nLearn more and register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/journey-chicago-in-bronzeville-thurs-sept-30-2021-tickets-168510558617 URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/bronzeville-music-mixers-and-film-shorts-screening/ LOCATION:Parkway Ballroom Building\, 4455 South King Drive\, Suite 103\, Chicago\, IL\, 60653\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20210925T170000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20210925T200000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210920T162022Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210920T162923Z UID:453-1632589200-1632600000@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Art After Hours DESCRIPTION:Host Organization:  Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art\n\nEnjoy a night of art and music\, with live performances by Forest Management and Purelink\, and DJ sets by Milkweed and Outsidenightair. Part of West Town Art Walk and sponsored by Solemn Oath Brewery. Event is 21+. \nCost & Registration Info: Tickets are required. $5 pre-purchase\, $10 at the door. Includes drinks.\nPurchase tickets here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/art-after-hours-tickets-168618547615 \nLocation Info:\nUkrainian Institute of Modern Art\, 2320 W Chicago Ave\, Chicago\, IL 60622 URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/art-after-hours/ LOCATION:Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art\, 2320 W Chicago Ave\, Chicago\, IL\, 60622\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20210925T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20210925T153000 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210917T162429Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210917T163545Z UID:422-1632578400-1632583800@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Mounds of Meaning: Investigating the Histories of Kryžių kalnas (Hill of Crosses) DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture\n \nKryžių kalnas (“Hill of Crosses”) located in the Šiauliai county of Lithuania\, is a popular destination for local and visiting Lithuanians\, tourists\, and Christian pilgrims. The meaning of this place has changed significantly since its mysterious beginnings\, becoming a place of peaceful protest against Soviet occupation in the mid-1950s\, to gaining worldwide attention after Lithuania’s restored independence in 1990. Ema Noëlla Kibirkštis (PhD Candidate\, Department of Folklore\, Memorial University of Newfoundland) will share her research on the layered histories and meanings of Kryžių kalnas. \nLimited in-person spaces available. A livestream link will also be sent to ticket holders. \nCost & Registration Info: Free event. Registration required.\nRegister at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mounds-of-meanings-ema-kibirkstis-lecture-on-lithuanias-hill-of-crosses-tickets-170480937072 \nLocation Info:\nHybrid event –\nIn-person location: Balzekas Museum\, 6500 South Pulaski Road\, Chicago\, IL 60629\nLivestream will also be available.\n Learn more at www.balzekasmuseum.org URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/mounds-of-meaning-investigating-the-histories-of-kryziu-kalnas-hill-of-crosses/ LOCATION:Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture\, 6500 S. Pulaski\, Chicago\, IL\, 60629\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20210921T114500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20210921T124500 DTSTAMP:20220624T203021 CREATED:20210909T200719Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210910T142710Z UID:376-1632224700-1632228300@journeychicago.org SUMMARY:Peace Day Chicago DESCRIPTION:Host Organization: The Peace School\n\nJoin us on the International Day of Peace\, Tuesday September 21 from noon to 1!\nThere has never been a more important time to take positive action for peace. This intercultural event promotes unity\, respect and getting involved in healing our city and our planet. Join us for: \n\nOne Minute of Silence for World Peace and Peace Breathing.\nMusic and other performances that celebrate diverse cultures.\nAdd your voice to this virtual journey around the world through the Call to Peace and World Peace Flag Ceremony.\nConnect with peacemakers from around the world who are making an impact for positive change and learn ways to practice peace in your everyday life.\n\nCost: Free event\nRegistration Info: Registration Required.\nRegister at: https://chicagoculturalalliance.app.neoncrm.com/eventReg.jsp?event=1807&\nYour registration email will include the Zoom link to watch the event live.\nOr join the event via Facebook Live on September 21 at 11:45am CDT at https://www.facebook.com/PeaceSchool/  \nLocation Info: Online event via Zoom or Facebook Live\nLearn more at https://www.buildthepeace.org/peace-day/ URL:https://journeychicago.org/event/peace-day-chicago/ LOCATION:Online via Zoom END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR