Your Voice – Your Vote. A pre election event at Book Club

November 07, 2016 at BookClub Chicago in Chicago.


Join us on November 7 from 4pm-7pm: Your Voice – Your Vote. A kid friendly pre election event at BookClub. Decorate your own Get Out The Vote Poster! Rachel Ruiz will read her book When Penny Met POTUS!

Book reading, Art making: Letterpress printed posters to paint and take home! Add your voice to a large flag – paper weaving
#rachelruiz #election2016 #electionyear #getoutthevote #letterpress #paperweaving #yourvoiceyourvote #kidsclasses #chicagokids #crafts

Address: 1211 N Wood, Chicago
Your Voice - Your Vote. A pre election event at Book Club

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October Free Photo Shoot Contest

October 31, 2016 at IntImages.Biz in Chicago.


***FREE IntImages.Biz Photo Shoot for October***

This event is a CONTEST. It is a contest for a Free Photo Shoot with Papi Paparazzi of IntImages.Biz. Please read the rules below.
You do not have to be in attendance to enter or win. This is ALL digital.

The Contest for October has begun!
The event date of 10/31 is when the contest ends!

Here are the steps to win your free photo shoot.

1) LIKE the IntImages.Biz page on Facebook (FB) @IntImages.Biz ( After you have liked the page, go to Step 2. If you have already liked the page, skip this step and go to Step 2.

2) On your FB page, check-in to IntImages.Biz as a place/location, and post your favorite, cutest, hottest, sexiest, most dramatic, artistic, beautiful, and/or “best” picture of yourself. Explain why you like and chose this photo as your competition photo and tag @Joel Papi Rancifer Gearring in the post.

3) When your post and photo is visible on the IntImages.Biz FB page, you will be given a link to validate your contest entry. Following that link and the instructions provided officially enters you in the contest.

4) Tell all of your friends to go vote for you at The photo you posted will represent you in the contest.

5) At the close of the contest poll, the pictures with the most votes will be considered for the free photo shoot. Winners will be posted on the IntImages.Biz website, FB, and IG pages.

Full rules and regulations are posted on the IntImages.Biz website at

If you have questions, please join the FB Group

Good Luck!

Address: 79th and Racine, Chicago
October Free Photo Shoot Contest

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Point and laugh at Trump Tower on November 9th – Chicago edition

November 09, 2016 at Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago in Chicago.


Chicago spinoff of the brilliant event. Invite everyone!

November 9th, once the votes have been counted and Trump is declared a loser in history, we will be there. We will gather outside Trump Tower and laugh at this man, and his tiny hands. All are welcome!

ALSO: Bring a picture of yourself pointing and laughing to Bean and Leaf Coffee shop at 172 n Wabash for 10% off! Thanks to Dilson Snacks!

Address: 401 N Wabash Avenue, Chicago
Point and laugh at Trump Tower on November 9th - Chicago edition

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Animal Squad on the Quad

October 15, 2016 at The Quad-Depaul University-Lincoln Park in Chicago.


Come on out to the Quad for DePaul’s first-ever petting zoo! Come see, touch, and hold animals – there’ll be goats, a fox, a chinchilla, and more – while enjoying all that Fall Harvest has to offer! Get your picture taken with the animals with a Polaroid camera, so you can take your photo home the same day! #AnimalSquadOnTheQuad

Address: 2325 N Seminary Ave, Chicago
Animal Squad on the Quad

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Ready, Set, Go Pink!

October 12, 2016 at DePaul Student Center in Chicago.


Did you know that breast cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide and the second-most common cancer overall? Did you also know that October is breast cancer awareness month?

Join DePaul Activities Board and Relay for Life – DePaul University at Ready, Set, Go Pink! to raise awareness for the breast cancer movement, celebrate survivors, and honor those who have lost their battle against the disease. Come learn more about breast cancer and early detection while decorating ribbon-shaped cookies from Sweet Mandy B’s, and taking a picture on the Big Pink Chair! #ReadySetGoPink

Address: 2250 N Sheffield Ave, Chicago
Ready, Set, Go Pink!

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Special Skullie Painting

October 14, 2016 at Pilsen Outpost in Chicago.


Skullie Painting at Pilsen Outpost is back!
And this time with a special cause! All procedes from these sessions will be donated to the Roman Familia.

Loving father and husband of Desiree Roman has been fighting Cancer for over a year. The strength and love of this family has kept them moving forward as treatments and surgeries have taken place. As with any trying time, financial obligations become a little harder to keep up with. We hope that with funds raised through these painting sessions, we can ease some of the financial burden a bit to help this family focus on spending as much quality time as they can with Eddie. For more about Eddie’s story or to donate directly, please visit the GoFundMe page.

Join artist Teresa Magaña as she walks you thru painting your very own skullies. Each person gets 2 handmade, plaster molded, skullie magnets to paint and customize.

We are offering Family Friendly sessions for all ages and evening BYOB sessions. We look forward to having you create your special skullies for a special cause!

Dates / Times:
FRIDAY, October 14th / 6pm-8pm
(This session is recommend for +21 and Mature Teens. This is a BYOB event.)

Saturday, October 15th
Session 1 / 11am-2pm
(This is a family friendly event. All ages are welcome. Drop in between these hours.)

Session 2 / 6pm-8pm
(This session is recommend for +21 and Mature Teens. This is a BYOB event.)

Pilsen Outpost
1958 W. 21st Street
Chicago, IL 60608

$25 per person BYOB sessions
$20 per person Family Friendly session
All materials provided.

Register Online:

Note: Seats are limited in each session so register online to secure your spot! Thank You!

Questions? Please call 773-492-2412

Address: 1958 W 21st St, Chicago
Special Skullie Painting

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Solving the Riddles of the Doric Order withRichard Economakis

October 11, 2016 at The Richard H. Driehaus Museum in Chicago.


RSVP Required $15 Members / $25 Non-Members

The forms of the Doric column and entablature have remained virtually unchanged since the first stone temples were erected in the 7th century BCE. While the various details are clearly intended to evoke earlier wooden structures, attempts to reconstruct the original carpentry remain unconvincing on many levels. Difficulty in interpreting Doric forms goes back to the Roman architect Vitruvius, and before him to architects of the Hellenistic period. While some advances have been made in the study of ‘pre-petrification’ temples, the purpose of many of the most characteristic details of the Doric system remains uncertain. As a result, current scholarship tends to assume that the builders of the first stone temples imitated carpentry merely in generic terms, fudging details and overlooking formal and conceptual incongruities for the sake of visual effect. The problems of interpretation arise from erroneous assumptions made by Vitruvius and the misleading association of the forms of the entablature with the peristyle colonnade. This presentation will demonstrate that Doric details can be entirely explained in terms of techniques known to ancient builders. Using archaeological, art-historical, literary and epigraphic evidence, and with the help of analytical scale models, it will be shown that Doric buildings were originally plain-walled structures employing three-fold built-up beams supported by a row of central columns. The beams ensured verticality in the columns by bracing them in a manner that also permitted lateral and rotational movement in response to earthquakes. This ingenious structural system, which was reinforced by carefully contrived bronze fittings, perfectly explains the distinctive forms of the Doric entablature and column capitals. The paper will also demonstrate that the red and blue colors used in later stone entablatures replicate copper flashing and fungicidal paint applied where end-grain was exposed in wooden members.

Address: 40 E Erie St, Chicago
Solving the Riddles of the Doric Order withRichard Economakis

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Open House

September 28, 2016 at St. Nicholas Cathedral School in Chicago.


Please join us for our Open House, Wednesday, September 28, at 5:30-7:30pm. This is a great opportunity for the community to see all the wonderful things happening at St. Nicholas Cathedral School.

The school open house really gives families a chance to get the full picture of SNCS. Our faculty members along with our amazing students, are on hand to introduce you to the school. Visitors can take a tour of the entire campus, check out our clubs, see classroom projects, and learn about SNCS programs.

Additionally, families get to check out our impressive school life. Let us share with you and your family about our 80-year rich history of building a community of learners and leaders, our long list of alumni notables, and our new state-of-the-art technological school.

So mark your calendar and please join us!

Address: 2200 W Rice St, Chicago
Open House

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Kids and Dogs Seminar

October 22, 2016 at Integrative Pet Care in Chicago.


Living with kids and dogs is not always the picture of bliss that we envision when we get a dog. While we picture them adorably resting together or taking peaceful walks, the reality can be very different.

At this seminar, we will discuss the challenges that kids of various ages present to life with a dog and some real world management and traning solutions to try to make them easier. We will cover canine body language so that we can identify what our dogs are trying to tell us about their interactions with kids and also some fun and safe ways to involve our kids with our dogs.

To register for this seminar, please email Grace:

*Space is limited. The seminar is for humans only.

*Donations for this event go to Alive Rescue’s Stay Fund which is geared towards helping adoptive families struggling with behavior issues in their pet.

Address: 2520 W Armitage Ave (Also See Our Hanover Park and Homer Glen Locations), Chicago
Kids and Dogs Seminar

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Nine 2 Five Gallery

October 07, 2016 at The Frame Shop in Chicago.


It’s said that Rome wasn’t built in a day. Some of us can’t wait that long. Nine 2 Five Gallery is the brain child of artist and improvisor, Zach Bartz. With paint slinging ability and a passion for unbridled creationism, Zach will diligently create work from 9:00 to 5:00 and present these new pieces each evening. Once the dust has settled, work will be available for purchase.

Address: 3520 S Morgan St, Unit LD, Chicago
Nine 2 Five Gallery

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