4/8 Lecture by Czech Amb. Michael Zantovsky: "Is The Civil Society Dead?"

"Is The Civil Society Dead? Can Europe Be Saved from Populism and the Distrust of Liberal Democracy?"


Date: Sunday, April 8, 2018
Time: 2:30 PM
(Please note time change.)
Venue: The Stevenson Center on Democracy
Address: 25200 N St. Mary's Rd, Mettawa (Libertyville), IL 60048
Cost: $15.00 (students free by registering by email)


Czech Summer School for Adults

The T. G. Masaryk School will be opening a summer school for both adults who have been learning Czech for a while and for those who always wanted to start. Now is your chance!

The course will be taught by Charles University graduate instructors who are specializing themselves in teaching Czech as a second language.

We expect to fill this course up soon so if you are interested in participating, early registration is recommended (although the registration deadline is May 14).

All course materials provided
All levels welcome

Pysanka/Ukrainian Easter Eggs Workshop

The Ukrainian National Museum invites you to attend the Pysanka "Ukrainian Easter Egg" Workshop. 

Saturday March 10/17/24, 2018 from 10AM-2PM 


2249 W Superior St. 
Chicago IL, 60612

Cost: $35 (includes lunch and supples)

Space is limited. Reserve your seat in advance by calling the Ukrainian National Museum at 312-421-8020 or email info@ukrainiannationalmuseum.org


3/3 Pysanka Bingo at the Ukrainian National Museum

On behalf of UCARE, The Ukrainian National Museum would like to invite you to a PYSANKA BINGO fund raiser this Saturday March 3, 2018 at 11:00-1:00 p.m. at the Museum.

A $10 ticket includes two bingo cards, coffee, soft drinks, and a sweet. 


2249 W Superior St. 
Chicago IL, 60612

Email RSVP or Questions to: nkonowal@yahoo.com

3/23 Rembrandt Chamber Players: Eastern European Delights

Rembrandt Chamber Players: Eastern European Delights

March 23, 2018 at 7:30PM

St. James Cathedral
65 E Huron St
Chicago, 60611-2728 United States

21st Annual Chicago European Union Film Festival

21st Annual Chicago European Union Film Festival (March 9 - April 5) at the Gene Siskel Film Center

From March 9 through April 5, the Gene Siskel Film Center welcomes you to our 21st Annual Chicago European Union Film Festival. This largest festival in North America exclusively showcasing films originating in the European Union brings the vibrant cultures of Europe to the comfort of your theater seat, with 61 Chicago premieres representing all 28 EU nations.

3/22 Second Annual PALSA Networking Event

The 2nd Annual PALSA Networking Event supports PALSA’s mission:

PALSA is an association of Polish-American law students. The purpose of the Society is to promote community involvment of its members while fostering an interest in Polish-American culture and heritage. We work closely with Career Services at The John Marshall Law School, with local practitioners, and with community organizations to help law students find meaningful volunteer opportunities, externships, and employment, in addition to facilitating mentorship relationships.

Featuring Guest Speaker:

3/1 Tea Time Concert: Renoir Trio

This week's concert features the Renoir Trio performing Tchaikovsky's Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano, Opus 50.

Keiko Alexander, piano
Michelle Wynton, violin
William Cernota, cello

The weekly Tea Time Concert Series includes a wide variety of musical genres, instruments and repertoire selections featuring both student and faculty performers from the University of Chicago as well as professional musicians from the Chicagoland area.

2/28 Armenian Circle: Talk with a Representative of the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA)

Dear Friends of the Armenian Circle:

Please join us this Wednesday 2/28 at Pick Hall 319 for a very special talk (in English) with a representative of the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA). The ANCA is a grassroots political organization dedicated to serving the Armenian-American community.

We look forward to seeing you there! There will be snacks!


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