Spring Art Exhibition
7 a.m.-10 p.m. weekdays, call for weekend hours
Elmhurst College, Frick Center, 190 S. Prospect, Elmhurst
Elmhurst College is hosting Michael Barnes’ exhibition, “Many Turns and Feats to Bewilder.” Barnes is a master printmaker with a passion for the medium of lithography. The theme of his work addresses, in part, the absurdities of life and calls into question the historical evolution of so-called civilization. For more information and weekend hours, call 630-617-6110.
Pictures with the Easter Bunny
10 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday
Yorktown Center, Highland Avenue and Butterfield Board, Lombard
Various photo packages available
Take a photo with the Easter Bunny at Center Court of the mall. Call 630-629-7330.
22nd Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Starting point at Wilson Street and Spring Road, Elmhurst
The Elmhurst St. Patrick’s Day Parade will feature floats, marching units and animated characters along with parade entries representing local organizations, businesses and clubs. More than 80 floats are expected, along with appearances by Irish dancers, the Shannon Rovers, local team mascots – Benny the Bull, Southpaw & Tommy Hawk – Chicago Highlanders, Medinah clowns, Elmhurst Armpit Orchestra and the York High School Marching Band.
Picosa: Locus of Movement Concert
Mayslake Peabody Estate, 1717 W. 31st St., Oak Brook
Chamber music group Picosa’s March concert is all about capturing movement – musically, symbolically and historically. The program will open with the dance-inspired Divertimento opus 100, no. 1, by Franz Josef Haydn. Three miniature works by Augusta Read Thomas will follow: “D(i)agon(als)” for solo clarinet, Euterpe’s “Caprice” for solo flute, and “Capricci” for flute and clarinet. Compositions by Debussy and others also will be performed.
Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra Concert
Elmhurst Christian Reformed Church, 149 W. Brush Hill Road, Elmhurst
$40 adults, $37 senior citizens, $9 children
With the Apollo Chorus of Chicago and soloists, the Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra will perform Verdi’s Requiem. For tickets and more information, call 630-941-0202.
History Speaks: Georgia O’Keeffe
Naper Settlement, 523 S. Webster St., Naperville
$10 adults and $9 children and students; discounts for Naper Settlement members
Georgia O’Keeffe was one of the most popular American artists of the 20th century. O’Keefe painted, drew and sculpted an incredible array of subjects over her career. She is likely the most famous artist associated with the Santa Fe region. Still misunderstood and misinterpreted even in the 21st century, her work was crucial to the history of modernism in America. In this program, art historian Jeff Mishur will discuss the range of O’Keefe’s art, from her daring and innovative abstractions of the 1910s and 1920s to her elegant investigations of various subject matter, such as architecture, landscapes and flowers. Registration is required. Call 630-420-6010.
Lisle Township Job Fair
10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Community Career Center, 1815 W Diehl Road, Suite 900, Naperville
Sarah Breithaupt, director of Youth and Family Services for Lisle Township, will lead the meeting. Held in large group format, this club allows job seekers the time to broadcast their targets to the group and offer support to others. Job seekers are invited to bring copies of their handbills/resumes to share. The meeting is open to all job seekers. Reservations are not needed.
Global Flicks: “Sarah’s Key”
1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. showings
McAninch Arts Center, 425 Fawell Blvd., Glen Ellyn
“Sarah’s Key” is a 2010 French film. Set in modern-day Paris, Julia is an American journalist married to a Frenchman, and commissioned to write about the notorious Vel d’Hiv round up, which took place in 1942 Paris. She stumbles upon a family secret which links her to the destiny of a young Jewish girl, Sarah. She resolves to uncover more about the young girl and her family, France’s history and, finally, herself.
–DuPage County Calendar of Events March 7 – March 14–