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    Hyde Park Book Club: Monday, September 21, 2020 via Zoom

    By | July 5th, 2020|Categories: Previous Events|

    Hyde Park Book Club  Monday, September 21, 2020 7:30pm VIA ZOOM Discussions with: Mark Larson, author of: Ensemble: An Oral History of Chicago Theater All are welcome! Hyde Park Historical Society Chicago Hyde Park Village [...]

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    The University of Chicago Library -Virtual Library Lecture

    By | June 20th, 2020|Categories: Previous Events|

    Virtual Library Lecture: Exploring the University of Chicago's History through the Library's Map Collection Exploring the University of Chicago's History through the Library's Map Collection The Library invites you to a special lecture featuring Mindy [...]

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    There’s Art in Them Thar Revetments! with William Swislow

    By | June 18th, 2020|Categories: Previous Events|

    There’s Art in Them Thar Revetments! Via Zoom Saturday, June 27, 2020 2:00 - 4:00 pm One of the world’s most remarkable outdoor art treasures lies hidden in plain sight along Chicago’s Lake Michigan waterfront — carvings in the stone revetments that line the lakeshore, many of them spectacular, most by anonymous creators, and almost none of them noticed by the millions of people who enjoy the city’s unobstructed shore. 

    The Faulkner School-More than a Finishing School

    By | May 29th, 2020|Categories: front page|

    Peep, peep, peep cried the baby chicks as they skittered along the hallway, each chick followed by an enchanted ninth-grader. This was my first day at Faulkner, and I had had no experience at all with teenagers. But I was determined to give the students the hands-on experience I felt they needed to learn about the science of life.