Folk Music and Christmas Tree Recycling: This Weekend in Chicago Heights

Here's what going on in and around Chicago Heights this weekend.


Last Chance for Christmas Tree Recycling: "Help our environment by keeping valuable nutrients out of landfill.  Trees accepted through Friday, January 10th. Trees are chipped and used on the trails of Irons Oaks."

Live Entertainment at Twisted Q BBQ: Folk artists Small Potatoes will be playing live at Homewood's biggest barbecue joint on Friday night. Admission is $10.

Flossmoor Library Knitting Sit-In“Experience the expertise of Dolores Janowiak. Teaching materials available to get started! Bring your yarn and needles! Make this a fun morning out!” 


Hansel and Gretel at South Suburban College“The Children’s Theatre Company of South Suburban College is back with an exciting, delightfully amusing variation of the Grimm classic, Hansel and Gretel, by Michele L. Vacca.”

Mark Dvorak and Eddie Holstein in Concert“Don't miss your chance to see this fantastic double bill with two of the most treasured and beloved talents of folk music in this region and beyond.“


Lyric Opera Preview of Verdi's "La Traviata”“A preview of Giuseppi Verdi's opera, "La Traviata," will be given by Babs Lieberman at the Homewood Library.”

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


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