ChiIL Live Shows/ChiIL Mama chat with Keller Williams about How Creatives Parent and How Parents Create
American Girl Place
Meet the Author: Kathleen Ernst 1-3pm--free and open to the public.
Meet Kathleen Ernst, the award-winning author of Caroline Abbott’s six-book series! This informal session is your girl’s opportunity to meet Ms. Ernst in person and have her favorite books signed. Free and open to the public. For girls ages 8 and up.
Event details by store
- Chicago: October 13
- Dallas: November 17
- Kansas City: October 14
- Seattle: November 18
Keller Williams at Park West (18+)8:30pm GA/ doors 7:30
ChiIL Live Shows will be there...will YOU?! Highly recommended. We've had the great pleasure of interviewing Keller Williams and shooting stills at his adult and kindie shows for years. Check out our live show shots from Summer Camp Music Festival, Kidzapalooza, and Chicago's own Park West last year.
This multitalented musician goes beyond the jam band genre with a plethora of great releases for adults, a kindie (kids' indie) album, and a kids' book/CD combo!! We've given away loads of his CDs, and even the book/CD to our lucky readers.
This time through he's just playing for the big kids (AKA adults and kids 18+).
It was great to meet Keller, his wife, Emily, and the kids, Ella and Cabell last year at Park West in Chicago. Click HERE for our show stills and sneek peek.
Since ChiIL Live Shows & ChiIL Mama have a national following in the jam band and kindie communities check out Keller's upcoming tour dates beyond Chi-Town on his web site and keep up to date on Twitter, FB and social media sites.
Check out some of our past Keller coverage on ChiIL Mama here and ChiIL Live Shows here.
Tickets are still available. Click here for tonight's show details.
Brunch With Gymnast, Gabby Douglas
It's going to be a week of meeting heros and girls who rock. My gymnast daughter is elated to meet two members of the US Olympic girls team. Sunday we'll have brunch with Gabby Douglas and Monday we'll meet Aly Raisman at American Girl Place, Chicago. Who are your heros?
Olympic Champion Gabrielle Douglas will visit Chicago with her mother, Natalie Hawkins, to highlight a special event exclusive to mothers and daughters.
What: Douglas will speak to hundreds of mothers, daughters and supporters at the “Pink Pearls & Pretty Dresses: Girls’ Empowerment Brunch.” The event is a fundraiser for Inspire Girls to Lead Our World (iGlow)—a Chicago mentorship program for young girls.
When: Sunday, October 14, 2012; 12pm-4pm
Where: Donald E. Stevens Convention Center; 5555 N. River Road, Rosemont, IL 60018
Why: The event will be a day of inspiration and empowerment for young girls and their mothers. It will also help raise funds for iGlow so that it can continue delivering resources and guidance for young women in the Chicago-land area. In short, iGlow provides platforms for young girls to get answers to their questions about life and their struggles.
Aly Raisman Monday
Come to American Girl Chicago on Monday, October 15, for a chance to meet gymnastics two-time gold-medalist Aly Raisman! The first 300 girls in line at the Michigan Avenue entrance will receive a ticket to meet Aly, who will sign autographs and appear in photos from 5 – 7 p.m. Remember to bring your camera! Learn more about our Chicago store: http://bit.ly/Vi4LEn
Logan Center For The Arts Opening
Logan Launch Festival, October 12-14
The new Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts will officially open to the public with a free three-day Logan Launch Festival on October 12-14, 2012. The Logan Launch Festival will include ongoing activities throughout the building–and outside on the courtyard stage–featuring over 50 events organized for the occasion. The weekend highlights art of all sorts, with an architecture lecture by the Logan Center architects, plays written by alumni, film screenings and sound installations, the launch of family programming, Greek tragedy adaptations, and student talent. View the full schedule of events at loganlaunch.uchicago.edu.
Harvest Fest at North Park Nature Center
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