This event is SOLD OUT! An intensely personal documentary by former Skokie resident Eli Adler, Surviving Skokie details the provocative events of the 1970s, Adler’s family’s experience during the Holocaust, and a journey with his father to confront long-suppressed memories.
Join us for this series of approachable and engaging programs focused on art appreciation and collecting. At the end of the series, you’ll have a better understanding of how to interact with art, how to seek out artwork that speaks to you and how to start an art collection – one piece at a time.
Party down on Christmas Eve with a night of high-energy klezmer music at The Mercury Cafe! This year’s lineup includes The Bloomers with singer/songwriter/fiddler Katie Glassman; Hal Aqua and The Lost Tribe; and Sheldon Sands’ ensemble, the Boulder Klezmer Consort.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6 – The Mizel Museum is open on the first Sunday of every month for exhibit tours and the new One Nosh Cafe — a little nosh (snack) and a beverage for the journey. 4,000 Year Road Trip: Gathering Sparks, is a dynamic journey through art, artifacts and digital media that narrates and […]