Fractured Fairytales, Professional Ladies Night Out: This Week in Chicago Heights

A preview of what's going on this week in Chicago Heights and the surrounding area.


Chicago Heights Library Adult Book Discussion (Weather Permitting): This book discussion will be centered around the book Arcadia by Lauren Groff. 

Professional Women's Network's Business After Hours: Join the Professional Women's Network for an evening of networking at Jonathan Kane Salon & Spa! Their staff will be offering complimentary services from multiple departments such as hair, nails, makeup and lashes. Refreshments will also be provided.


Children's Author & Illustrator Kevin Luthardt's Picture Book Workshop: “Kevin Luthardt, author & illustrator of When Edgar Met Cecil & many other books, will hold a workshop for children ages 7 & up on the process of making a picture book, from the concept to the finished product.” Hosted by the Flossmoor Public Library.

Grandparent's Date Night @ Mitchell's Soda Shop: “Come in with your grandkids (or maybe just a picture of your grandkids) and your better half and have a scoop of Butter Pecan or maybe a Green River Float while you reminisce about the first time you visited Mitchell's Soda Shop.” Free pint of ice cream for grandparents who spend over $5.


Fractured Fairytales at Union Street Gallery: “Storytellers, creative writers, and comedians—both novice and accomplished—are invited to read or present an original fairytale or shake things up and present an innovative rewrite of a classic. Costumes and props are encouraged.”

Comedy Event for Women: “Tracy DeGraaf is on a mission to help women struggling with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), and other emotional issues as she brings her one-woman comedy show to life for the 2014 Winter Season.”


Wiley's After Dark (Live Music):The Jimmy O and Rohnda Lee Duo will be performing music from the 1940’s to today’s dance hits all night. No cover and great food!”

Want to see what else is going on? Check out the Chicago Heights Patch events calendar.


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