Chicago Flamenco Festival
The Instituto Cervantes of Chicago is celebrating the art of Flamenco with their 15th Annual Chicago Flamenco Festival. The festival is presented over a period of five weeks and features both traditional and contemporary flamenco music and dance. This fantastic opportunity presents a breathtaking experience of performances from international stars directly from Spain. Tickets are $25.
Location: Instituto Cervantes 31 W. Ohio
When: March 3rd & 4th, 7 PM
Tom Paxton featuring The DonJuans
Tom Paxton, a folk icon, will be teaming up with The Don Juans, Done Henry and Jon Vezner, for a fantastic concert at City Winery Chicago. Collectively their songs have been covered by everyone from Ray Charles to Blake Shelton. This dynamic collaboration will be preforming this Saturday at 8 PM. Tickets start at $35.
Location: 1200 W. Randolph St.
When: March 4th, 8 PM
The Year I Didn't Go To School: A Homemade Circus
This weekend the Chicago Children's Theatre will be presenting their new production of The Year I Didn't Go To School: A Homemade Circus. The show is based on the popular children's book, by Giselle Potter, and is sure to be a fun experience for the entire family. Tickets start at $28.
Location: Ruth Page Center for the Arts, 1016 N. Dearborn St.
When: March 3rd (10 AM), March 4th & 5th (10:30 & 12:30 PM)
The "Almost Famous" Brunch Buffet
Treat yourself this Saturday to the new and delicious brunch buffet at SteakBar. The "Almost Famous" Brunch Buffet will feature a variety of savory and sweet options with everything from an array of carved meats, boozy donuts, and a Nutella Crepes Station. Additionally, the brunch offers a Bloody Mary Bar and Mimosa Package. Be sure to make your reservations by calling (773) 966-0404.
Location: SteakBar, 1500 N. Wells
When: March 4th & 5th, 10 AM - 12 PM
Black Creativity at the Museum of Science and Industry
While Black History Month has passed, the Museum of Science and Industry will now be holding the 2017 Black Creativity program. This annual tradition invites all guests to explore the rich contributions and achievements made by African Americans while encouraging innovation.
Location: Museum of Science and Industry, 57th Streetland Lake Shore Dr.
When: Museum Hours 9:30 AM- 4 PM