Events for all Sub-Programs

Event Datesort iconEvent NameLocationCity
03/02/2005 - 3:00pmTalk-Back: Post-Show DiscussionsChicago
03/02/2005 - 7:00pmCafé Society: Social Security Insecurities1107 W Berwyn AveChicago
03/02/2005 - 7:00pmCafé Society: Social Security Insecurities834 Lake StOak Park
03/02/2005 - 7:00pmDo You Live in a Sears House? An Overview of the Mail Order HouseJohn Wood MansionQuincy
03/03/2005 - 1:00pmThe People, Yes!Elwood Community ChurchElwood
03/03/2005 - 7:00pmCafé Society: Social Security Insecurities1721 N Damen AveChicago
03/03/2005 - 7:00pmCafé Society: Social Security Insecurities1518 E 53rd StChicago
03/04/2005 - 5:00pmCafé Society: Social Security Insecurities6041 North AveOak Park
03/04/2005 - 7:00pmCast Call: Measure for MeasureChicago
03/04/2005 - 8:30pmDvorak in America Concert Performance
03/05/2005 - 1:00pmDvorak in America Symposium
03/05/2005 - 2:00pmThe Enchanted HighwayChicago
03/05/2005 - 8:00pmDvorak in America Concert Performance
03/06/2005 - 1:15pmMetaphysics of Abbasids: Historical PerspectivesForest Park
03/06/2005 - 3:30pmDvorak in America Concert Performance
03/08/2005 - 9:00amAmish Use of Technology Exhibit111 S Locust StArcola
03/08/2005 - 7:00pmKankakee Area YMCAKankakee
03/08/2005 - 7:30pmCafé Society: Child Sexual Abuse - Are We Doing Enough?3123 N Broadway StChicago
03/08/2005 - 7:30pmLighthouse LegendsEvangelical Covenant Church of Elgin
03/09/2005 - 3:00pmTalk-Back: Post-Show DiscussionsChicago
03/09/2005 - 7:00pmThe Muslims Among UsKankakee
03/09/2005 - 7:00pmCafé Society: Child Sexual Abuse - Are We Doing Enough?1107 W Berwyn AveChicago
03/09/2005 - 7:00pmCafé Society: Child Sexual Abuse - Are We Doing Enough?834 Lake StOak Park
03/09/2005 - 7:30pmFirst Ladies as Activists and LeadersFirst Methodist ChurchLombard
03/10/2005 - 10:30amStories Alive: Tanzania and AfricaGalesburg

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