Day to remember George Washington, the first president of the United States and commander in chief of the Continental army during the American Revolution. He was born in Kentucky in 1732 and died of an illness on December 14th, 1799. Washington's birthday is observed on President's Day. whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/gw1.htmlPHOTOSINFOSHARE
"Journey for the Sun" -2018.03.25 All ages. $25+ Fr 7:30, Sa 4:30+7:30p, Su 3p.
"A Sci-Fi Cartoon Circus - Cosmic adventure featuring astonishing aerialists and acrobats, unearthly retro-futuristic sounds and songs and a enormous intergalactic robot." The Actors Gymnasium, 847/328-2795, 927 Noyes St, Evanston. actorsgymnasium.comMAPPHOTOSEVENTSINFOSHARE
Atomic Sketch Event (since 2008). Live Art. Last Thursdays 21+ Free 6-10p.
Black History Month (since 1926). -2018.02.28 Yearly.
February contains the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and abolitionist Frederick Douglass. This holiday recognizes the achievements and contributions of African Americans. Observed with special events and exhibits at many cultural institutions, especially the Chicago Cultural Center, H.W.Library, Dusable Museum, and South Shore Cultural Center. blackvoices.comINFOSHARE