Easter Eggstravaganza

Easter Egg Hunts

Flashlight Egg Hunt

Friday, March 31, 7:30 – 8:30 p.m., Soccer Field

Bring your flashlights and baskets and get ready for an “egg-citing” late night egg hunt for children ages 7-13. Find the golden egg and receive an extra cool prize. $10 per person. Register at: https://bit.ly/FlashlightHunt2023. 7501 Harrison St, Forest Park.

Traditional Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 1, 10 – 10:30 a.m., Soccer Field

Hunt for candy, meet the Easter Bunny, and much more. There will be five separate hunts for toddlers through 4th graders. All hunts will begin at 10 a.m promptly. After the hunt, line up to meet the Easter Bunny. This Egg Hunt is totally free, and no pre-registration is required. 7501 Harrison Street, Forest Park.

Pawsitive Therapy Troupe

Paws To Visit

Saturday, April 1, 3 – 4 p.m., Forest Park Public Library YS Program Room

Stop by the Youth Services Department to visit adorable dogs from the Pawsitive Therapy Troupe. Designed for ages 11-13. https://fppl.evanced.info/signup/Calendar. 7555 Jackson Blvd., Forest Park.

Friendship Bracelet Making

Friday, March 31, 4 – 5 p.m., Forest Park Public Library YS Program Room

Learn to create your own simple friendship bracelet. Ages 8 to 10. https://fppl.evanced.info/signup/Calendar. 7555 Jackson Blvd., Forest Park.

Eastern European History You Didn’t Learn in School

Wednesday, April 5, 7 – 8 p.m., Forest Park Public Library Austin Room

WWII and Eastern Europe provide challenges as the history of that region leading up to and following WWII is very complicated. Join us as author Donna Urbikas talks us through what is rarely presented in history classes and how regional and nationalistic ideologies influence current political events in eastern Europe, specifically in Poland. https://fppl.evanced.info/signup/Calendar. 7555 Jackson Blvd., Forest Park.

An Afternoon With Andon Davis

Sunday, April 2, 3 p.m., Friendly Tap

Longtime Oak Park musician and resident Andon Davis will celebrate his career with special guests Naomi Ashley, Jenny Bienemann, Michael Krayniak, Ron Lazzeretti, Rob Pierce and Terry White. He will also be interviewed between songs. Copies of Davis’ new CD will be available. 6731 W. Roosevelt Road, Berwyn.

Romantic Visionaries, New & Old

Monday, April 3, 7:30 p.m., Symphony Center

The Symphony of Oak Park & River Forest, conducted by Jay Friedman, will perform works by Groesch and Berlioz. They will be assisted by City Voices, the Evanston Children’s Choir, Pro Musica Youth Chorus, the Schola Cantorium of Concordia University, South Holland Master Chorale, the Spiritol Singers, the Symphony of Oak Park & River Forest Chorus, and the Tower Chorale. $15 – 50, 220 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago.

Nathan Graham & Andrew Sa

Saturday, April 1, 8:30 p.m., FitzGerald’s

Two of the most distinct singer-songwriters on the local scene are featured. Nathan Graham describes his sound as a cross between south Chicago soul and Nashville Americana. Andrew Sa bills himself as Chicago’s premiere queer country crooner. Both are fast distinguishing themselves on the local alt-country scene. $20, 6615 Roosevelt Road, Berwyn.