Board Games Meetup

March 19, 2017 at G-Mart Comics in Chicago.


G-Mart’s open gaming is moving to Sundays!

We host a board game day in our store in order to share the fun of games. The event is perfect for gamers of any level as we will have more experienced gamers to help any newer players that attend.

We have a large board game library for you to choose from, or you can bring your own games from home.

G-Mart Chicago is easy to find. We are located on Kedzie St. just north of Milwaukee Ave. in the Logan Square neighborhood, directly across the street from the Logan Square Blue Line station.

There is metered parking in front of the shop on Kedzie as well as a paid parking lot just slightly north of the shop.

Address: 2641 N Kedzie Ave, Chicago
Board Games Meetup

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Morning Motivator!

February 28, 2017 at ABT Temporary Services, Inc. in Chicago.



FREE Event – Continental Breakfast & Mini-learning
Open to all Community Managers, Office Staff and Maintenance on the 4th Tuesday each month. Only sponsoring Associates may attend! RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: log on to

Time: 9:00am – 10:30am
Location: St. Charles Row: 1175 Pinellas Point Drive South,
St. Petersburg, FL 33705

Morning Motivator!

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Thirteen Moons® March 2017: Recovery of the Natural Self

March 11, 2017 at Everyday Medicine Woman in Chicago.


As adult women, our struggles with the creative process, ever-changing emotions, and difficulties connecting with joy, pleasure and magic can be traced to the loss of a connection with our natural self. Infertility challenges, female related medical conditions, fatigue and addictions are all by-products of this loss of self, and can be erased as confidence and personal acceptance are restored.

The entry point for healing and rebalancing — our second chakra — is the area that organizes and holds these energetic imprints. The remedy to correcting these life-long inhibitions is to utilize this container to keep us intact and surrender to the river of life.

Allowing the ice break requires a lot of trust in ourselves and our environment, personal permission to be imperfect and desire to remove the wet suit and feel life. Awkwardness, self-consciousness and the internalized messages of the original wounds can be the biggest impediments to allowing this process. Gentle encouragement combined with an affirmation that one has the right to feel emotions and take pleasure in life, will support the healing and reunion with the natural essence of self.

Experience life as it was meant to be encountered: full of harmony, joy, creativity and sisterhood, at the Thirteen MoonsMarch session. Step into our sacred hoop of wisdom and encouragement and feel the love and support wash over you.

Address: 430 W Erie St, Ste 405, Chicago
Thirteen Moons® March 2017: Recovery of the Natural Self

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Rogers Park Scrabble Club

March 01, 2017 at Friends of Rogers Park Library in Chicago.


Wednesday, March 4, 2017 5:30 PM at the Rogers Park Library
Increase your vocabulary and streamline your spelling through regular practice of the revered art of Scrabble playing. The Rogers Park Scrabble Club is now forming in beautiful Rogers Park, Illinois.
Host is Emily B. Smith and her Email Address is

Address: 6907 N Clark St, Chicago
Rogers Park Scrabble Club

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Polish Heritage Week

March 06, 2017 at Wilbur Wright College in Chicago.


Join Wilbur Wright College in celebrating Polish Heritage with a variety of special events and exhibits that honor the heritage, culture and significant achievements of Poles in our community and throughout history.
Check out all the events that have been planned for the week of March 6th here:

Address: 4300 N Narragansett Ave, Chicago
Polish Heritage Week

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37 Seconds- An Evening with Stephanie Arnold

March 28, 2017 at Chicago Art Source in Chicago.


Chabad Lincoln Park invited you to join us for an evening with best-selling and award wining author Stephanie Arnold.

Cocktails Reception: 6:30 PM
Lecture & Book Signing 7:30 PM

You will receive a free copy of “37 Seconds” with your RSVP

Address: 1871 N Clybourn Ave, Chicago
37 Seconds- An Evening with Stephanie Arnold

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Bronzeville Black History Month Historic Run

February 26, 2017 at Fleet Feet Sports South Loop in Chicago.


Celebrate Black History Month and the story of African-American culture in Chicago with a special Historic Run through the Bronzeville neighborhood on Sunday, February 26th at 9am and starting at our South Loop location.

The run will take you past such landmarks as the Chicago Defender building, the Victory Monument and Unity Hall, and we’ll stop to learn about the Northern Migration and Ida. B. Wells.

A bus will take the runners from the South Loop location to the start of the run and then back to the store at the conclusion of the run. A donation of $5 is requested for the bus.

Fill out the form below to RSVP your place in this Historic Run. This event is limited to 40 participants, so please RSVP today.

Address: 1135 S. Delano Ct, Chicago
Bronzeville Black History Month Historic Run

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PUBLIC SCHOOL Opening Reception

February 26, 2017 at Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago.


Interactive events for all ages:
+ 4:15 OPENING ADDRESS by citizen, Ada Grey
+ Sanctuary Poster Screen Printing with William Estrada and the ACT Collective (12pm – 5pm)
+ PUBLIC SCHOOL Special Guest, Nell Taylor, Read/Write Library
+ Hyde Park Art Center Open Studios (2pm – 5pm)
+ Further events for all ages detailed here:

// ABOUT //

February 26 – June 25, 2017

PUBLIC SCHOOL is an exhibition by Jim Duignan, of Stockyard Institute, and Rachel L. S. Harper, of Seen + Heard. Drawing deeply from their personal histories of self-education and their public histories of community pedagogy in Chicago, the artists offer sculptural objects to accumulate an installed sanctuary for peacemaking curricula, spiritual rest, technical city skills, and an utopian center for civic love.

PUBLIC SCHOOL offers a series of free programs that bring the quiet, self-motivated, non-institutionalized, Chicago-style works of education from every corner of the city in a garden into its sculptural environment. Arcs of educational programming are designed by Jacinda Bullie, William Estrada, Jaquanda Villegas, and Irina Zadov. Other collaborators, and all Chicagoans, are invited to attend programs and create events of their own as part of the exhibition.

PUBLIC SCHOOL collaborates with community businesses-particularly Chicago Crucible, Ek Automotive, and Rebuilding Exchange-highlighting the technical learning resources nestled in neighborhoods to run on-site and off-site workshops. The exhibition also becomes a satellite for other organizations, like the local access media station, which will broadcast and record programs included in PUBLIC SCHOOL, and the Chicago Read/Write Library, which expands an archive of knowledge being produced below the radar in homes across the city.

Learn more about the exhibition, daily programs, and its collaborators, view the PUBLIC SCHOOL calendar and propose your ideas directly, at

Address: 5020 S Cornell Ave, Chicago
PUBLIC SCHOOL Opening Reception

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