CODA Company Class with Felecia Hubbard

February 28, 2017 at Bosen Chicago Martial Arts & Fitness in Chicago.


We’re just 2 more workshops away from finishing up our weekly company classes for this season, and we have none other than the lovely Felecia Hubbard teach this week! Classes are open to the public and are only $8, so come join us and let’s DANCE!

Tuesday, February 28th
7:45pm – 9:00pm

Bosen Chicago Martial Arts & Fitness (2nd floor)
4224 West Belmont Avenue, Chicago, IL 60641

Cash, quickpay, venmo, and square cash accepted

Lot and street parking available

Address: 4224 W Belmont Ave, Chicago
CODA Company Class with Felecia Hubbard

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Partner Forum Chicago

June 14, 2017 at Chicago, IL in Chicago.


Designed for our Consulting and ISV partners, Partner Forums provide a unique opportunity to spend the day with Salesforce executives, product experts and other partner leaders focused on innovation and creating new opportunities to grow your Salesforce business.

Partner Forums are for partners in good standing. They are free of charge, but space is limited. Reserve your spot or save the date for one of the following locations.

Partner Forum Chicago

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KIDS Intro to Swim Like a Mermaid!

March 05, 2017 at AquaMermaid Chicago in Chicago.


Book online at:

Get ready for magic! Launch into the mermaid dream with a 60 swim class to learn the basics of monofin and synchronized swimming – while wearing a mermaid tail! Meet other aspiring mermaids and have tons of underwater fun! Smiles, splashes and games are waiting for you.

For kids ages 7-13.

Address: 828 S Wolcott Ave, Chicago
KIDS Intro to Swim Like a Mermaid!

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Hands-on Heka: Ancient Egyptian Magic

March 18, 2017 at World Tree Healing in Chicago.


For centuries, much of the world agreed with Clement of Alexandria (3rd c. CE), who referred to ancient Egypt as “the mother of magicians.” In this workshop, Rev. Anna Applegate, a legally ordained Priestess in the international Fellowship of Isis, will give an overview of magic, or heka, in ancient Egypt, focusing on the three main divisions of funerary magic, ritual magic (performed in temples), and everyday magic. Participants will get to experience hands-on heka by creating papyri talismans to keep.

$35 per person at the door; $30 per person if you reserve a place in advance. Tickets are available for purchase online ( or by phone (773-273-9718).

Rev. Anna Applegate, M.A., is proud to be a native Chicagoan, imprinted from childhood’s earliest hours by the numerous spirits of land, river, lake, and concrete and steel in this magical crossroads of a world-class city. She has been active in Chicago’s Pagan community for 17 years. Legally ordained as a Priestess in the worldwide Fellowship of Isis, Anna is the Founder of the Iseum of the Rekhet Akhu, whose mission is to highlight the interrelatedness of the communities of the living and the dead and to cultivate transfigured spirits (akhu) in human form. Additionally, Anna is a certified Death Midwife, helping the dying birth themselves into the Spirit World, as well as an initiate in the West African Yoruba religion of Ifá, which centers on worship of the Orisha and the cultivation of one’s Orí (Destiny) in this lifetime.

A Master Mason since 2010 in the Eastern Order of International Co-Freemasonry (EOIC), Anna has a fondness for initiatory traditions of a high ceremonial and esoteric caliber. Her Mother Lodge is where she met her now-fiancé and Other Half in the truest sense of the term, D.E. Numen. Together, they maintain a website devoted to the chthonic Powers Hekate and Hermes as well as the subjects of witchcraft, ceremonial magic, alchemy, and lessons from liminality: visit Anna also avidly blogs about her Polytheistic Priestess adventures at Amor et Mortem (“Love and Death”).

A writer by trade and for pleasure, Anna holds an M.A. degree in English Literature from Loyola University Chicago. Her Pagan poetry appears in the Scarlet Imprint anthologies Datura (2010) and Mandragora (2012). She also serves as the Executive Editor of Isis-Seshat, a quarterly journal for the Fellowship of Isis. Anna resides on Chicago’s northwest side with her fiancé, three feline familiars (Beowulf, Grendel, and one-eyed Hela), and a baby corn snake named Brimo.

Address: 4533 N Kedzie, Chicago
Hands-on Heka: Ancient Egyptian Magic

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Saturday Pokémon League

March 25, 2017 at in Chicago.


Pokémon League is a fun and accessible way for Pokémon fans to get together with other fans and have some fun! League events are open to all TCG and VG players regardless of experience level or skill. Using your own cards and Pokémon video games, you can play, trade, and even earn cool prizes! The best part is that you can do all this with other Pokémon players who love collecting and playing just as much as you do.

Come hang out with other Pokémon players at the Card Market! This event is completely free, but if you are looking to boost your game, we have a wide variety of Pokémon TCG singles and sealed product available for sale!

Address: 1051 W Belmont Ave, Chicago
Saturday Pokémon League

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IDLife Chicago Business Presentation

March 30, 2017 at Bronzeville Lofts in Chicago.


Join us for a LIVE Business Presentation on Thursday, March 30th hosted by Vice Presidential Director, Frank Kimbrough! You’re invited to come learn more about the IDLife movement, try some product samples and network with others like you!

You don’t want to miss this fun event! Bring your friends, family & colleagues. Everyone is welcome!

See you there!

Address: 50 E 26th, Chicago
IDLife Chicago Business Presentation

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Dr. Seuss Day at 57th Street Books!

March 19, 2017 at 57th Street Books in Chicago.


“If we didn’t have birthdays,
you wouldn’t be you.
If you’d never been born,
well then what would you do?
If you’d never been born,
well then what would you be?
You might be a fish!
Or a toad in a tree!
You might be a doorknob!
Or three baked potatoes!
You might be a bag full of
hard green tomatoes.

Or worse than all that…
Why, you might be a WASN’T!
A Wasn’t has no fun at all.
No, he doesn’t.”

March 2 marks the National Education Association’s Read Across America Day and the indelible Dr. Seuss’s day of birth! Join us March 19 at 57th Street Books for a celebration of all things Seussian, with edible Green Eggs & Ham, Dr. Seuss’s “School of Rhyme,” and an Oobleck making workshop! Costumes encouraged, wordplay expected.

Address: 1301 E 57th St, Chicago
Dr. Seuss Day at 57th Street Books!

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Chicago, IL: Women and Children First

May 05, 2017 at Women & Children First Bookstore in Chicago.


Join Julie Scelfo, author of “The Women Who Made New York,” who will tell stories about the builders, artists, activists, politicians, caretakers and creatives who made New York City into a world capital—and changed the course of human history. Among Scelfo’s revolutionary cast of characters, find social justice heroes including Sarah Josephine Baker and Audre Lorde.

Address: 5233 N Clark St, Chicago
Chicago, IL: Women and Children First

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Lore Study Group

March 28, 2017 at World Tree Healing in Chicago.


This is the first Lore Study meeting. We will go over our framework for approaching the lore and how the rest of these classes will be structured. After this first one, Lore Study will repeat indefinitely on the fourth Tuesday of every month. We will spend about 6 months on each region. We’re starting with Northern European lore b/c Eric can teach that while half asleep. After the April, 2018 class, we will discuss how the Lore Study group will evolve from there. Here’s the current syllabus, which is always subject to change:

March and April: How we will approach the Lore.
May through October: Germanic and Norse Lore
November 2017 through April 2018: Anglo-Saxon and Celtic Lore

The cost for this class is $20 per person, whether you purchase in advance or at the door. If you want to buy the study packets that Eric will put together for these classes, they will be $20 each. There will be one initial packet containing excerpts from books and essays we will us to frame our understanding of the lore; after that, each new section will have a packet, a book list, or both.

Address: 4533 N Kedzie, Chicago
Lore Study Group

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Trust in Media – Panel Discussion

March 07, 2017 at WeWork National Building in Chicago.


Trust in news media has erroded in recent years. The alleged culprits are many- the splintering and proliferation of media companies, the silo effect of people only consuming news that reinforces their beliefs, the 24 hour news cycle, and attacks on news credidibility for partisan ends. Behind the bluster, their are numerous creative solutions.

Join BallotReady in a panel discussion on innovative models and technology that work to restore trust in media. Panelists include:

-Kyla Williams, Interim Executive Director of Smart Chicago
-Sarah Brune, Executive Director of the Illinois Campaign for Political Reform
-Summer Fields, Engagement Consultant at Hearken
-Joe Germuska, Chief Nerd at Northwestern University’s Knight Lab

Moderated by Sebastian Ellefson, Director of Content at BallotReady

Tickets are free, but must be reserved in advance on Eventbright. Drinks will be provided.

This event is part of the Seven Days of Genius events organized by the 92nd Street Y.

Space is provided by WeWork. WeWork provides small businesses, startups, freelancers, large enterprises, and everyone in between with the workspace, community, and services they need to make a life, not just a living. With weekly events, personalized support, month-to-month flexibility, and access to over 60,000 like-minded creators around the world, WeWork is the perfect place to grow your business. Book your tour here!

Address: 125 South Clark Street, Chicago
Trust in Media - Panel Discussion

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