Light the kinara with The Tuskegee Airmen Inc., Alderman Willie
B. Cochran, the South Side Community Arts Center, Truestar
Magazineand Teen Talk Radio Theater.
Includes performing artists, cultural activities, and
vendors. Guests can visit the African Marketplace to
purchase traditional clothing, food and more located in the
college's lobby. The Kwanzaa Ceremony begins at noon every day and
at 2 p.m. on Sunday, starting with the Kwanzaa Ritual, an
explanation of the Kwanzaa Symbols and Principles, and ending with
the Cultural Edu-tainment and Expressions.
Model trains will wind their way through a miniature village set
in a field of poinsettias. The village is made entirely of natural
materials and features a variety of Chicago-style homes and famous
buildings such as the neighborhood bungalow, Chicago Theatre and
Chicago Water Tower Place. Nov. 26-Jan. 8.
Exhibit includes numerous artifacts, photographs and other
documentary items that tell the story of Chicago's iconic candy
makers, including Snickers, Lemonheads, Butterfingers
and Cracker Jack.
Interactive learning centers include a barn slide, apple
orchard and chicken coop. Maggie, a life-sized
fiberglass milking cow sponsored by Golden Oaks Farm in Wauconda,
will be the focus of the new exhibit. Maggie is over five feet tall
and features a working udder that recirculates the water that
Includes Gingerbread Story-time, Tree Lighting Ceremony,
Gingerbread Man Hunt, Gingerbread House Contest, visits with Santa
in his Gingerbread House, Small Business Saturday, Gingerbread Boy
and Girl perusing town, and Complimentary Carriage Rides. For more
information, visit www.downtowndg.org or call (630) 725-0991.
Build a snowman out of biodegradable and natural items to win.
Fill out an entry form at the main office.