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This page is house in www.hydepark.org, the website of Hyde Park-Kenwood Community Conference and is written by Gary Ossewaarde, president of the South Shore Cultural Center Advisory Council. email@example.com.
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7059 S. South Shore Drive. Parking on site at $1 per hour.
The Parrot Cage restaurant is open Wed-Sat? 5-8 AT $15 FOR 3 course dinner, regular prices for Saturday dinner and for Sunday brunch (11-3). Reserve at 773 363-1902, of if you don't reach a person, reserve at opentable.com.
For a review of the May 1 2011 Civic Orchestra concert, by Barbara Wright-Pryor, vice president and performing arts chair of the advisory council, go to http://crusadersmusicworld.typepad.com/blog/2011/05/gareth-johnson-and-civic-orchestra-of-chicago-shine-in-south-shore-community-concert.html.
PARTNERS AND PROGRAMS
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Free unless as noted.
Arts Partner with the Center
South Shore Opera Company of Chicago
Partners with the Center
Chicago Music Association
Chicago Modern Orchestra Project
Civic Orchestra of Chicago (CSO)
Creative Artists Association
Organizations for which the Council has sponsored events in the past.
Cultural Events at South Shore Cultural Center -2015
Save the dates November - Civic Orchestra of Chicago
August Mondays at dusk- movies in the park. Night Out in the Parks.
August 13, Sunday, 3:30 pm. Side by Side with the Chicago Philharmonic. Rehearsal, performance of CP with community musicians from around Chicago. Free, on the lakeside lawn- bring chair. South Shore Cultural Center, 7059 South Shore Drive. Night Out in the Parks.
October 29, Sunday, 4 pm? South Shore Opera Company presents a new opera, "Poet.." from the life of Paul Laurence Dunbar. Annual ticketed event. South Shore Cultural Center, 7059 South Shore Drive.
November 11, 2017, 3 pm. Court Theatre Staged Reading series. African American playwrights. Alice Childres' "Trouble in Mind". Free. South Shore Cultural Center, 7059 S. South Shore Drive.
And in the Art Gallery: In the Fine Arts Gallery: From the Chicago Park District Wood Shops.