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Aug 14: A hilarious, timely spoof of politics and perceptions. A shady businessman heads to D.C. with his ex-showgirl girlfriend Billie in an attempt to shift the law to his side. The fun begins when Brock decides that Billie is too unrefined to mix with the political set.

Sneak Peek of Fall 2018 Courses

What do Artificial Intelligence, Russia, Native Americans, Life Origins or U.S Religions have in common?

To find out, click on Lean More button below and read about the  NEW fall courses.

Edna Taylor Conservancy & Aldo Leopold Nature Center

Aug. 13: We'll walk trails through Edna Taylor Conservancy, the ajoining Aldo Leopold Nature and City of Madison woods.  We'll stop off at the Aldo Leopold Nature Center to learn about the Center's innovative teaching facilities.

Chicago's Guilded Age Exhibition

John Singer Sargent (1856–1925) created powerful, striking likenesses of his sitters. Sargent excelled in a variety of genres: landscapes, watercolors, and murals. This exhibition presents the full range.

Indian Summer Festival and Pow Wow


We will arrive at the Saturday Indian Summer Festival at 12 noon, in time for the start of the Pow Wow with the Grand Entry at 1:00 PM.  Indian Summer guests will have time to view initial dance competition, art and cultural areas or just sit and enjoy traditional native foods.


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