John J. Binder, author of Al Capone’s Beer Wars (2017) and The Chicago Outfit (2003), presents the history of organized crime in Chicago from before Prohibition through the end of the Dry Era, with a focus on Prohibition Era gangland.
Just days before this year’s Oscars, long-time Daily Herald movie critic Dann Gire and film historian Raymond Benson return for a fun-filled, “star-studded” evening. This dynamic duo shares film clips and quips about the movies and actors nominated this year.
Get a head start on the gardening season by planting cold hardy seeds in this hands-on workshop led by Julie Rand, former Illinois Master Gardener. Bring a clean plastic milk jug or clear soda bottle to use for planting.
Opera Lecture Series
Thursdays, 7-8:30 PM • Multipurpose Room or Community Room East
From kitchens to closets and all of the spaces in between, make home organization fun and easy with Caralyn Kempner, author of Top-To-Bottom Home Organizing. Learn strategies to overcome indecision and downsize with focus, arrange household items to promote long-term order, and utilize all of your home storage without waste.
Andrea Pracht of My Kitchen Clatter demonstrates how to make kombucha, a probiotic-rich sweet tea that can help support a healthy gut. Learn how easy and affordable it is to make at home. Tasting included.
Learn the cultural history of the Chinese Garden, a tamed natural space for household recreation. This artificial space was not only for women and children to explore the outdoors safely, it was also used for entertaining business guests.
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