Great Events on Tap This Weekend: Get Out

From concerts to seminars, we have you covered for fun and educational events this weekend.

The weather is supposed to cool down just a bit this weekend and there may be some rain, but don't let that dampen your plans to get out of the house.

Have a great weekend!


Nashville country artist and Evergreen Park native, Katie Quick, will be appearing live at the .

Quick is a former Chicago Public School teacher who now travels the country with her Fingertips School Program, which is described as a unique educational concert experience that combines live music with storytelling, humor, student participation, and inspiration.

When: Noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 24

Where: , 5100 Museum Dr., Oak Lawn

Cost: FREE


Looking for something to do with the little ones? Enjoy stories, songs, rhymes, and fun for you and your baby (ages birth to 17 months).

When: 9:30 a.m. Friday, March 23 

Where: , 9400 S Troy Ave

Cost: FREE


St. Bernadette Parish is hosting a party on Saturday, March 24 at O' Brien Hall.

When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 24

Where: , 9343 S Francisco Ave.

Cost: FREE


Apparently it's never too late to change careers! An instructor from Moraine Valley Community College will help you to analyze your true strengths and talents and identify opportunities to use them.

When:  9 a.m. Saturday, March 24

Where: , 9400 S Troy Ave.

Cost: FREE

Author and Saint Xavier University alumna Yzabelle Jiménez Martínez '00 will give a reading from her recent book "Oath of God," the story of a woman's faith journey in Chicago and Mexico, on Fri., March 23 at SXU

When:  12:30 pm–2:00 pm

Where: 3700 W 103rd St, Chicago, SXU Diner, located in the Warde Academic Center

Cost: FREE


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