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Jan 8, 2016

Chicagoing for Dec. 31

Happy Birthday" at midnight. SHEDD AQUARIUM: 1200 S. Lake Shore Drive. www.sheddaquarium.org. Exhibits include Amazon Rising, Caribbean Reef, Abbott Oceanarium, Polar Play Zone and more. Holiday One World festive aquatic show daily through Jan. 2. MUSEUMS ADLER PLANETARIUM: 1300 S. Lake Shore Drive. 312-922-7827. "Destination Solar System," a live show that takes adventurous space explorers on an immersive tour of the Solar System. "Mission Moon," a permanent exhibit that follows the legendary career of Captain James A. Lovell Jr. — an astronaut immortalized on film as the Commander of Apollo 13 — from his rocket crazed childhood through his quest for the Moon. "Community Design Lab" is a flexible, creative space that celebrate the Adler's 85-year history and offers guests hands-on, minds-on activities that will challenge them to think about science in new ways. The World's Largest Snow Globe will be available to visitors through Jan. 3. Be whisked around Chicago and see famous landmarks in their holiday finery. ELGIN PUBLIC MUSEUM: Lords Park, 225 Grand Blvd. 847-741-6655. FIELD MUSEUM: 1400 S. Lake Shore Drive. Permanent exhibits include "The Crown Family PlayLab," "Evolving Planet," "Sue the T-Rex," "Cyrus Tang Hall of China" and more. "The Greeks — Agamemnon to Alexander the Great," a once-in-a-lifetime look at 5,000 years of Greek innovation and influence on Western Civilization, will be on display through April 10. It's an historic opportunity to experience and learn about the ancient Greeks through an exhibition of more than 500 priceless treasures from 21 Greek museums. Many of the objects have never been displayed outside of Greece. The Greeks exhibition is made possible by a donation from The John P. Calamos Foundation, and John P. Calamos Sr., chairman of the Board of Trustees at the National Hellenic Museum. The National Hellenic Museum is co-sponsoring this exhibition. ILLINOIS HOLOCAUST MUSEUM & EDUCATION CENTER: 9603 Woods Drive, Skokie. 847-967-4889. KOHL CHILDREN'S MUSEUM: 2100 Patriot Drive, Glenview. 847-832-6600. MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY: 57th Street and Lake Shore Drive. 773-684-1414. The exhibits on display include "80 at 80," "Numbers in Nature: A Mirror Maze," "Colleen Moore's Fairy Castle" and more. Materials Science on display through Jan. 31. Explore the history and future of materials that impact our lives everyday. Christmas Around the World and Holidays of Light on display through Jan. 3. This year's colorful theme is inspired by the Museum's temporary exhibit — "Robot Revolution." Interact with a cutting-edge collection of robots from around the world. The 45-foot Grand Tree holds court in the Rotunda, decked out with more than 30,000 twinkling colo... (Chicago Tribune)

Jan 8, 2016

Chicagoing for Jan. 7

Sunday through Thursday. SHEDD AQUARIUM: 1200 S. Lake Shore Drive. www.sheddaquarium.org. Exhibits include Amazon Rising, Caribbean Reef, Abbott Oceanarium, Polar Play Zone and more. MUSEUMS ADLER PLANETARIUM: 1300 S. Lake Shore Drive. 312-922-7827. "Destination Solar System," a live show that takes adventurous space explorers on an immersive tour of the Solar System. "Mission Moon," a permanent exhibit that follows the legendary career of Captain James A. Lovell Jr. — an astronaut immortalized on film as the Commander of Apollo 13 — from his rocket crazed childhood through his quest for the Moon. "Community Design Lab" is a flexible, creative space that celebrate the Adler's 85-year history and offers guests hands-on, minds-on activities that will challenge them to think about science in new ways. The World's Largest Snow Globe will be available to visitors through Jan. 3. Be whisked around Chicago and see famous landmarks in their holiday finery. ELGIN PUBLIC MUSEUM: Lords Park, 225 Grand Blvd. 847-741-6655. FIELD MUSEUM: 1400 S. Lake Shore Drive. Permanent exhibits include "The Crown Family PlayLab," "Evolving Planet," "Sue the T-Rex," "Cyrus Tang Hall of China" and more. "The Greeks — Agamemnon to Alexander the Great," a once-in-a-lifetime look at 5,000 years of Greek innovation and influence on Western Civilization, will be on display through April 10. It's an historic opportunity to experience and learn about the ancient Greeks through an exhibition of more than 500 priceless treasures from 21 Greek museums. The Greeks exhibition is made possible by a donation from The John P. Calamos Foundation, and John P. Calamos Sr., chairman of the Board of Trustees at the National Hellenic Museum. The National Hellenic Museum is co-sponsoring this exhibition. ILLINOIS HOLOCAUST MUSEUM & EDUCATION CENTER: 9603 Woods Drive, Skokie. 847-967-4889. KOHL CHILDREN'S MUSEUM: 2100 Patriot Drive, Glenview. 847-832-6600. MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY: 57th Street and Lake Shore Drive. 773-684-1414. The exhibits on display include "Numbers in Nature: A Mirror Maze," "Colleen Moore's Fairy Castle" and more. Materials Science on display through Jan. 31. Explore the history and future of materials that impact our lives everyday. The annual Black Creativity program will kick-off with a Family Day on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Jan. 18. This annual program brings together students, families, teachers and the public to explore the rich contributions African Americans have made to scientific and creative fields. The program focuses on innovation and encourages deeper interest in science and technology among youth. The Family Day includes: free museum entry for Illinois residents; and Jr. Science Cafes from 11 a.m. to noon and noon to 1 p.m., where students and families are able to chat with working science professionals and do hands-on activities to learn more about careers STEM fields. Additional Black Creativity program offerings January through February (Black History Month) include; Facilitated workshops hourly from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays Jan. 18 through Feb. 27 in the Innovation Studio, an area in which youth are provided real tools, materials and equipment to create solutions to everyday challenges; and the "Black Creativity Juried Art Exhibition" Jan. 18 through Feb. 21, which features more than 100 dynamic art works from both professional and amateur African-American artists from around the country. This longest running exhibition of African-American art has been displayed annually at MSI since 1970. The exhibition features paintings, drawings, fine art prints, sculpture, mixed-media, ceramics and photography by African-Americans artists from around the country, as well as a youth category which features work by area high school artists. Th... (Chicago Tribune)

Dec 30, 2015

Chicagoing for Dec. 24

Dec. 31. SHEDD AQUARIUM: 1200 S. Lake Shore Drive. www.sheddaquarium.org. Exhibits include Amazon Rising, Caribbean Reef, Abbott Oceanarium, Polar Play Zone and more. Holiday One World festive aquatic show daily through Jan. 2, excluding Dec. 25. MUSEUMS ADLER PLANETARIUM: 1300 S. Lake Shore Drive. 312-922-7827. "Destination Solar System," a live show that takes adventurous space explorers on an immersive tour of the Solar System. "Mission Moon," a permanent exhibit that follows the legendary career of Captain James A. Lovell Jr. — an astronaut immortalized on film as the Commander of Apollo 13 — from his rocket crazed childhood through his quest for the Moon. "Community Design Lab" is a flexible, creative space that celebrate the Adler's 85-year history and offers guests hands-on, minds-on activities that will challenge them to think about science in new ways. The World's Largest Snow Globe will be available to visitors through Jan. 3. Be whisked around Chicago and see famous landmarks in their holiday finery. ELGIN PUBLIC MUSEUM: Lords Park, 225 Grand Blvd. 847-741-6655. Enjoy an up close and personal look at the bison, deer and elk at the Lords Park Zoo Dec. 26. Meet at the Museum for a short introduction after which we head to the zoo to assist the Lords Park Zookeeper in feeding these magnificent creatures. The bison feeding will begin at 7 a.m. at the Museum building. Cost is $2, $1 for children $1 and members are free. Registration required. FIELD MUSEUM: 1400 S. Lake Shore Drive. Permanent exhibits include "The Crown Family PlayLab," "Evolving Planet," "Sue the T-Rex," "Cyrus Tang Hall of China" and more. "The Greeks — Agamemnon to Alexander the Great," a once-in-a-lifetime look at 5,000 years of Greek innovation and influence on Western Civilization, will be on display through April 10. It's an historic opportunity to experience and learn about the ancient Greeks through an exhibition of more than 500 priceless treasures from 21 Greek museums. Many of the objects have never been displayed outside of Greece. The Greeks exhibition is made possible by a generous donation from The John P. Calamos Foundation, and John P. Calamos Sr., chairman of the Board of Trustees at the National Hellenic Museum. The National Hellenic Museum, the premier Greek cultural institution in North America, is co-sponsoring this exhibition. ILLINOIS HOLOCAUST MUSEUM & EDUCATION CENTER: 9603 Woods Drive, Skokie. 847-967-4889. KOHL CHILDREN'S MUSEUM: 2100 Patriot Drive, Glenview. 847-832-6600. MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY: 57th Street and Lake Shore Drive. 773-684-1414. The exhibits on display include "80 at 80," "Numbers in Nature: A Mirror Maze," "Colleen Moore's Fairy Castle" and more. Materials Science on display through Jan. 31. Explore the history and future of materials that impact our lives everyday. Christmas Around the World and Holidays of Light on display through Jan. 3. This year's colorful theme is inspired by the Museum's temporary exhibit — "Robot Revolution." Interact with a cutting-edge collection of robots from around the world. The 45-foot Grand Tree holds court in the Rotunda, decked out with more than 30,000 twinkling colorful lights and hundreds of ornaments and bright, vibrant trimmings. Surrounding it, more than 50 dazzling trees and displays are beautifully dec... (Chicago Tribune)