Member Event: Holiday Party
Share in the spirit of the season at the annual Members' Holiday Party. There will be music and holiday treats, and array of special artifacts and greeting cards from the Museum’s remarkable collection. We will feature unique holiday décor from a private collection as well. Smarty Pants the balloon twister will make custom creations. Museum staff and the jolly gentleman in the red suit look forward to welcoming you!
$20 members, $10 children, $25 guests
Members with a Core 2 or Premium 2 Membership will be allowed two tickets at the Member price of $20. Members with a Core 4 or Premium 4 Membership will be allowed four tickets at the Member price of $20. All other Member guests will need to utilize the regular guest price of $25. Members can bring as many children as they would like at $10 per child.
When & Where
Saturday, December 911:00 AM
Recommended Shows (3)
Natalie Moore, WBEZ South Side reporter and author of The South Side: A Portrait of Chicago and American Segregation, moderates this two-part series inspired by Race: Are We So Different? Explore the exhibition and attend the 60-minute discussion followed by a 15-minute Q&A. Continue the conversation at the post-program reception in the North & Clark Café. Cash bar available.
A Legacy Through Film: Executive Order 9066
Join us for a screening of two films from the Chicago-based Full Spectrum Features on Japanese American incarceration during World War II. Each uses a personal story to dramatize a different period of this history starting with the signing of Executive Order 9066, which authorized the relocation, to its present-day legacy for younger generations. A lively panel discussion follows the screening. This program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition Race: Are We So Different? Light snacks included; cash bar available.
Tell Me More: Chicago and the Great War
Men and women. Doctors and nurses. Captains and infantry men. Learn more about our new exhibition Chicago and the Great War as CHM senior curator Olivia Mahoney discusses the Museum’s collection of photographs of Cook County residents who lost their lives in World War I. A Q&A session follows the talk. Light snacks included; cash bar available.