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Chicago Multi-Cultural Dance Center

in South Loop
47 W Polk Lower Level, Chicago, Illinois 60605

The mission of Chicago Multi-Cultural Dance center is to provide students of every race, creed, color, and gender the opportunity to learn the elegant and spiritually edifying discipline of dance. From Classical and Contemporary Ballet, to African Dance and Hip Hop, Homer Bryant along with all of the Chicago Multi-Cultural Dance Center instructors...

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Chicago Contemporary Dance Theatre

in Bridgeport
1200 W 35th St, Chicago, Illinois 60609

​Chicago Contemporary Dance Theatre, formally known as Baltimore Chicago Contemporary Dance Theatre, was established in 1998 under the direction of Dr. Charles Carter. Under his direction the company has performed throughout the United States. In 2007, Dr. Charles Carter decided to pass his legacy on. Inspired by Carter’s passion, commitment and...

AquaMermaid Chicago

in Little Italy
828 S Wolcott Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60612

Maximize your workout and turn life into a fairytale! AquaMermaid is dedicated to the happiness of your inner mermaid.  AquaMermaid is the newest, hottest swimming school. When Marielle Chartier Hénault, the founder decided to bring her mermaid dream and passion for swimming into a mermaid school, she envisioned a positive-energy, colourful,...

OH Art Foundation

in Bridgeport
1029 W 35th St, Chicago, Illinois 60609

OH Art Foundation offers Weekly small group Visual Language program for age between 5years old - 8th grade The OH Art School was founded in 2009 in Northbrook, IL to offer quality children art programs. We focus on children art education and offer opportunities to Open students’ Horizons through art programs. From weekly small group lessons...

DePaul Community Music Division

in Lincoln Park
804 W Belden Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60614

Established in 1988, the Community Music Division (CMD) is a part of the DePaul University School of Music. The division serves more than 700 students in the Chicago area with an outstanding professional faculty of over 70 artist-educators. The school's comprehensive offerings include individual lessons, musicianship and instrumental classes, performance...

Chicagoland Baseball Academy

in Niles
5701 W Howard St, Chicago, Illinois 60714

The primary focus at CBA is our Membership Program. Hitting, throwing, core training and defensive breakdown classes take place in a highly organized group setting. Classes are held at least 4 days a week. Attend as often as you like.  If you are interested in results, you will not find a better training option anywhere. Period. Our players work...

Ms. Clara's Mini Musicians

in Oak Park
1146 Chicago Ave, Oak Park, Illinois 60302

Ms. Clara's Mini Musicians, LLC offers early childhood music classes to children from 4 months through kindergarten. Nurture your little maestro early and they can enjoy the magic of making music for the rest of their lives! While this interactive musical program is energetic and packed full of fun and laughter, my secret goal as a teacher is education,...

Art Side Out Studio & MASK SHOP

in Portage Park
4041 N Milwaukee Ave Ste 302, Chicago, Illinois 60641

Serious fun for artists of all ages! We are a storefront art studio providing our community with artist services, from classes, day camps for kids, art parties and visiting artist services to schools, libraries, neighborhood festivals and fundraisers. People love the direct interaction with our practicing artists, and the passion of our connection...

Super Soccer Stars Chicago

in Addison
3435 N Sheffield Ave Unit 7, Chicago, Illinois 60657

At Super Soccer Stars, it is our goal to teach soccer skills in a fun, non-competitive, educational environment. Our philosophy is to use soccer to nurture, to build self-confidence, and to develop teamwork in every class. Our specially designed curricula use positive reinforcement and a low child-to-coach ratio to ensure that each child improves...

Art Institute of Chicago

in The Loop
36 S. Wabash Ste 1201, Chicago, Illinois 60603

As the newly appointed director of the Art Institute of Chicago, I feel deeply honored and privileged to have the opportunity to contribute to the leadership and history of this remarkable institution—a place I have made my professional home for nearly 20 years. In that time, the museum has changed and grown exponentially. Physically our building...

Digital Adventures

in Lincoln Park
701 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60614

Digital Adventures was developed for kids, by parents. Our founders recognized the wide and growing gap between technology consumption and creation by kids. So, they envisioned a solution that would help close the gap and prepare our most precious natural resource, kids, for a brighter tomorrow. Our team combines a wealth of experience across key functional...

Wilbur Wright City Colleges of Chicago

in Portage Park
4300 N Narragansett Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60634

Wright College is a learning-centered, multi-campus institution of higher education, offering students of diverse backgrounds, talents, and abilities a quality education leading to baccalaureate transfer, career advancement, and/or personal development. Recognized as one of the top 150 community colleges in the nation by the Aspen Institute, Wilbur...

Sur La Table Chicago

in Gold Coast
900 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60611

In 1972, the first Sur La Table store opened in Seattle’s Pike Place Market. It was a place where serious cooks found a surprising selection of culinary tools from around the world, with helpful, knowledgeable employees who loved cooking, too.  We’ve now grown to more than 100 stores across America, with a website and catalog viewed by millions...

Sweet Mandy B's

in Lincoln Park
1208 W Webster Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60614

Our story began in the kitchen at home, baking traditional comfort desserts for family and friends and watching the joy on their faces as they took their first bite. In May of 2002, Sweet Mandy B’s opened its doors to share that happiness with the community. With its pastel colors and old fashioned décor, this neighborhood bake shop evokes a sense...

Digital Media Academy at Univ of Chicago

in Hyde Park
5801 S Ellis Ave Edward H. Levi Hall, Chicago, Illinois 60637

Digital Media Academy has been holding their camps at the University of Chicago since 2009 and has developed a community dedicated to learning and creating. Our classrooms come equipped with all the tools students need to create and develop the skills they need to excel. Our staff come from the best tech professionals that Chicago has to offer and...

Chicago Children's Theatre

in Near West Side

Chicago Children’s Theatre has evolved as both a professional and personal response to the lack of a Chicago company dedicated exclusively to providing high-quality, professional year-round children’s programming. After the success of its launch production of A Year With Frog and Toad in January 2006 at Goodman Theatre, Chicago Children’s Theatre...

Oak Lawn Park District

in Oak Lawn
9400 South Kenton Ave, Oak Lawn, Illinois 60453

The Second City Training Center

in Old Town
230 W North Ave 4th Fl, Chicago, Illinois 60610

The Second City opened its doors on a snowy Chicago night in December of 1959, and has since grown to become the world’s premier comedy club, theatre and school of improvisation—with live shows every night in Chicago, Toronto and Hollywood. Bernard Sahlins, Howard Alk and Paul Sills, son of teacher Viola Spolin, founded the theater as a place where...

Terra Incognito

in Oak Park
246 Chicago Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60302

Terra Incognito has a long history of supporting the ceramic arts. We have expanded our focus to include Jewelry classes. We have an ongoing visiting artist series, which brings in top names for workshops, plus, a full exhibition schedule of established and emerging artists. We are especially proud of our Resident/Intern program, which has been able...

The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

in Lincoln Park
2430 N Cannon Dr, Chicago, Illinois 60614

As the 20th Century came to a close, it was easy for people in Chicago and the surrounding areas to lose their connection to nature. Consider that people spent more time walking on paved surfaces, eating processed foods and living sedentary indoor lives than any other time in human history. Not to mention the exploding urban growth of the city which...

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