Classes in circus, aerial and theater arts: gymnastics, clowning, dance, drama, juggling, stage combat and magic for children and adults.
Produces original works, offers workshops, camps and classes throughout the year and provides event entertainment.
7701 N. Lincoln Ave., Room A120
Skokie, Illinois 60077
Alliance for Lifelong Learning Evanston Township High School Office (Open Tuesdays and Thursdays 5-9 pm September - May):
Evanston Township High School, 1600 Dodge Ave.,
Evanston, IL 60204
Offers a variety of classes for adults and young adults: ESL, GED, Test Preparation, Adult Basic Education, career and certificate training, personal development, foreign language, life skills, dance, fitness, recreation, technical skills, and computing.
Arts classes include: painting, drawing, photography, and other crafts.
Classes held at several locations including Evanston Township High School.
915 Foster St., Evanston, IL 60201
Bollywood groove combines joyous Bollywood music and extremely fun dance/cardio moves in a strenuous workout. Bollywood Groove Kids! program focuses on teaching the language, culture and history of various regions of India via the characteristic dance of that region.
Regularly scheduled classes.
Chicago Ballet Arts (CBA) has been offering high quality, dance training for over 30 years, specializing in classical ballet. Its primary program focuses on ages 3-18. In addition, CBA is home to two performance ensembles, offers adult ballet classes and presents community master classes and events. Training opportunities are available year round.
Online resource that lists events, classes, programs and other activities for Chicago area children and families. Use to find dance and art classes, coupons and deals, summer festivals, daycamps, sports and more.
The Evanston Parks/Recreation and Community Services Dept. oversees a wide range of services: Cultural Arts, Ecology, Forestry, Parks, Recreation, Youth Engagement, Senior Services and Disability Services. The divisions offer a variety of programs for children, teens, adults, seniors, and people with special needs.
Cultural Arts Division: Promotes the arts in Evanston and provides information about the arts and arts events. Presents free events including Evanston Lakeshore Arts Festival, Ethnic Arts festival, Starlight concerts, and Arts Week.
The Ecology Center: Strives to foster a greater appreciation, awareness and knowledge of the natural environment and our interdependence with it through educational programs and services.
Dance Center Evanston offers a progressive program in a variety of dance techniques: ballet, modern, tap, jazz, and hip hop.
Primary Classes, ages 3-7: Designed to engage the young child in the process of learning.
Student Classes, ages 7+ and young adult: The foundation for all future dance training. The Student Division emphasizes proper posture, placement and condition.
Academy Classes, Pre-professional program: Technically and artistically challenging, the Academy Program prepares dancers for training in a college program or a professional setting.
Adult classes: Ages 18 & up. The Open Adult division provides quality dance training in a positive and encouraging environment.
Mailing: 3234 North Southport. Chicago, IL 60657
A Fairytale Ballet introduces children to dance, costumes, music and more. Classes blend dance, drama, music, costumes and storytelling. Week-long Fairytale Princess Camps throughout the summer.
Folk dancing every Monday, 7:30-10:30pm; Lake Street Church, 607 Lake St. (corner of Lake St and Chicago Ave., enter courtyard door on Chicago Av); $5.
Group is not affiliated with Lake Street Church.
Ballet classes for children age 6 to adult. The school, directed by Kerry Hubata, was founded in 1968 by Kerry Hubata and Phyllis Wills. It is dedicated entirely to education in classical ballet and offers classes from pre-ballet through professional levels.
725 Pine St.
Parents, caregivers and children, ages 6 months to 4 years, participate in an hour-long class of creative movement, singing and dancing. Early childhood movement and music program features autoharp, scarves, balls, hoops, stories, puppets, instruments, and free play. See this link for classes.
A community recreation facility with programs for adults and children, including a fitness center, dance studio, regulation gymnasium, and auditorium space. Provides extensive after-school and summer programs for children, School Day Off programs and Senior Lunch, served every Wednesday.
Two-track program with first track geared towards the student who is considering a career in dance and the second track is for kids and adults who like to dance for enjoyment. Offers exceptional dance education to train healthy dancers, and to encourage all students to achieve their personal dance goals.
Full range of dance instruction for ages 3-18, including creative movement, ballet, jazz, modern, tap, contemporary, musical theater and hip hop.
Adult classes include ballet, jazz, dance-based conditioning and Zumba.
Organization promoting a cultural understanding of the Indonesian traditional arts and culture. With dance and musical performances in theaters, universities, schools, libraries, and festivities, IDI spreads awareness of Indonesia's rich culture to the public. Free music and dance lessons.
Offers classes for dancers of all ages and abilities in Ballet, Jazz, Hip-hop, Tap and Modern. Small class sizes allow dancers to receive personal attention. Offers a variety of camps and classes throughout the summer months.
Little Beans is a family café and an imaginative playspace for kids of all ages. Little Beans Playspace includes an imaginative village and age appropriate toys great for kids 0-6 years and an additional recreation based space for kids 5-12 years as well).Open play, camps, music gymnastic, dance, drumming and music classes, events, parties and workshops are all offered for children and adults.
Sports, fitness, and wellness programs for preschoolers through senior citizens. Offers daycare and after school enrichment programs, summer camps, tutoring, dance classes and music lessons, American Red Cross courses, swimming and a variety of sports programs. Active volunteer program.
Birthday party rentals.
Preschool/Daycare Child Care center, preschool music, swimming, kindergarten readiness
Youth/Teens trips, tutoring and mentoring, special programming
Summer Day Camps
Inexpensive, non-degree classes and workshops for the general public in arts and crafts, social dance, music, photography, foreign language, yoga, massage, wines and beers, and other topics. Open to teens and adults. Classes offered four times a year, beginning in October, January, April, and July.
Mini Course Schedule
The North End Mothers’ Club, founded in 1911, supports educational, charitable, civic, health and welfare activities in Evanston and organizations dedicated to these purposes. Members are women from all over Evanston. The Club provides three scholarships to seniors graduating from Evanston Township High School: The NEMC Senior Girl’s Award, the Nursing Scholarship and the Joanne Murphy Trautwein Music Award.
The primary fund raiser for the Club is the Fortnightly Dance Classes open to all Evanston 6th and 7th graders.
Grassroots community dance company founded in 2002. The company is composed of community dancers from various nationalities and ethnicities of all ages who volunteer their time to learn, perform and teach Peruvian dances to the community. Their performances may include poetry, song and video in a family-friendly setting.
Classes are held at the Levy Center, 300 Dodge Ave., Evanston, on Saturdays from 2-3 PM, for ages 8-adult. Visitors welcome.
The Community Center offers sports programs, classes in the visual and performing arts, after-school program and Preschool Programs for ages 2 to 5.
Dance classes include ballet, tap, ballroom and creative movement.
The Ice Complex provides ice skating, figure skating, hockey, speedskating and broomball. Skates may be rented to attend the public skating sessions and may be rented for use during skating classes.
Party rentals available.
Organization devoted to enriching the quality of life of pre-adolescents and adolescents through academic, social and cultural programs. Tutoring, dance/drama classes, performances and programs available for schools or other institutions individual families.
Soul Experience is an arts-in-education enrichment program combining history, music, dance, composition, narration, and performance for 3rd through 12th grade students.
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sunday: 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
This award winning facility houses a DCFS licensed preschool program, private music lessons, children’s theatre, dance classes, enrichment programs, culinary arts, visual arts classes, performing arts camps and is home to the Skokie Art Guild and Devonshire Community Playhouse.
Tibetan Alliance of Chicago (“TAC”) is a registered 501 3(c) not-for-profit organization seeking to preserve Tibetan heritage and serving the needs of the Tibetan community in Chicago.
TAC was established in March 1992, initially as Tibetan Resettlement Project of Chicago, to resettle 100 Tibetans in Chicago who came from various parts of India and Nepal. For background, the invasion of Tibet by the People’s Republic of China beginning in 1949 displaced nearly 100,000 Tibetans who followed His Holiness the Dalai Lama into exile in 1959, predominantly settling in India and Nepal. The passing of the Immigration Act of 1990 resulted in the US government issuing 1,000 visas to Tibetans in exile to resettle in various US cities and towns. Tibetan Resettlement Project of Chicago resettled 100 Tibetans between 1992-1993 and currently, we have about 300 Tibetans residing in Chicago. TAC remains indebted to the original founders and supporters of the Tibetan Resettlement Project of Chicago.
Our main objective now is to:
- To continue to strengthen the Chicago Tibetan Community internally and externally and promote His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s message of interdependence, global peace and compassion within the broader Chicago community
- To revive, preserve and promote Tibet’s unique religious and cultural heritage and educate the younger generation of Tibetan-Americans and the broader Chicago community about Tibetan history, religion, and culture
- To liaise with Office of Tibet and other North American Tibetan organizations as well as work closely with other communities in Chicago and develop mutually beneficial relationships
Tibetan Alliance 2019 – 2020 Executive Team and Board Members
President: Mr. Lhakpa Gyaltsen / (773) 470-8917
Vice President: Mr. Tenzin Phuntsok / (773) 732-3021
Treasurer: Mr. Sonam Tsering / (224) 522-1442
Secretary: Ms. Tenchoe Wangyal / (312) 607-8956
Email address: email@example.com
Tenzin Jampa, Tashi Dolker, Dhondup Gyatso, Phurbu Lhamo, Dekyi Kunzom, Tseten Wangyal Drongpa, Pema Rinzin, Karma Tsering, Nawang Thinley, Tenzin Chemi, Kelsang Bapu, Tsering Tashi, Dolma Tsering