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Distinguished architect Cosbey Bernard, Sr. constructed the Meyer’s Castle from 1927 to 1931. It boasts of the Jacobethan style of construction and is a former personal abode in Dyer, Indiana in the United States. In the light of the present day, this castle is encompassed by two colossal canopies to host private events and wedding receptions. The adjoining neighborhood is bestowed with stunning trees, a swan pond, and a stellar garden with waterfall. The Argentinean style food served in the Rodizio Restaurant is delicious. The meat varieties are a must-try. Just 35 minutes from Downtown Chicago, the Meyer’s Castle is a perfect getaway for corporate events and parties.
Standing in the heart of the city, The Center for Visual And Performing Arts is a vibrant hub of culture, hosting an eclectic array of events throughout the year. The expansive facility was established in 1989, and offers excellent amenities for everything from theater to art exhibitions and more. The center is home to prestigious institutions like the South Shore Arts as well as the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra. Besides this, the center is also a popular venue for hosting weddings, business meetings and grand private soirees. The on-site restaurant serves up delectable fare, and is especially popular for its Sunday Brunch. Check website for more.
The whole of Chicago Heights comes here for a the exciting live music nights and DJ nights. New Year Parties or live music concerts, it's always packed with people. Shake a leg to the tunes on of the exciting musical evenings.
A plethora of books belonging to diverse genres await your arrival at the Calumet City Public Library. The library has a warm and welcoming interior where you can pick your favorite read and stay put for long hours. The community room at the Calumet City Public Library features classic movies and it is also available on rent for local and private events. The place undertakes a variety of programs for adults as well as for teens, and organizes various events on occasions such as Christmas and Thanksgiving.
A generous donation by the Richard D. Irwing to the town of Homewood, the Irwin Community Center is fully equipped for pre-school classes for toddlers, several art rooms, a fully equipped kitchen to make sure you don't go hungry, and even a band shell which is located right outside the center in Irwin Park. The park itself is a lush green expanse of beautifully mowed grass where you can take a stroll or walk your dog. The center is often used to host events and concerts as well as concerts. You can also rent some space for a conference or meeting.
After a 10-year, $2 million community fund-raising effort, this 1,200 seat auditorium opened in December 1995. These massive funds, along with $6.2 million in state matching grants, have produced an excellent venue that has showcased the diverse talents of performers like the Flying Karamazov Brothers, Paula Poundstone and the Chicago Jazz Ensemble with Kurt Elling. Resident companies include The Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra, The Park Forest Singers, The American Dance Center and The Suburban Youth Symphony. Plenty of free parking space is available.
Adrianna's Banquet Hall is an elegant venue that provides a perfect setting to celebrate every occasion. This spacious venue can be converted to three adaptable spaces according to the capacity requirements. Their exquisite lunch and dinner banquet menu is a real treat to the guests attending these events. To reserve the venue or simply know more about them, check the website.
It is a county park and historical museum located in Lowell, Indiana, and is operated by Lake County Parks. It is said to have been built by the Buckleys, who were Irish immigrants to the country. After four generations lived there, they donated the farm to the Lake County Parks in the year 1977. The park has a visitors' center, house museum, the farm and a garden. Many events are held annually including the World War II tributary event and the legendary Sleepy Hollow. It is open for public visits every day year round.
One of Chicago's biggest, Tweeter Center amphitheatre has hosted many superstar tours. The center has state-of-the-art equipment for peformances. Artists such as John Mayer, Eminem, 50 Cent and Sara Evans have performed here. Coming soon is the Ozzfest 2005 or watch Alan Jackson perform live. During summer, the center is dedicated to festival shows. Tickets are available online and at the box office, which is open from 10a-5p Monday-Friday. Parking is readily available and the price is included in the ticket. Cameras may be prohibited for few events.
This really is a truly massive venue. Boasting itself as the largest amphitheater in the Chicago area, this 400,000-seat arena can accommodate any and all sporting, music, or organizational events. Throughout the venue, there are different types of seating from floor, front row, stadium, and the ever-popular lawn area. Check out the events that are happening so you can experience this enormous venue for yourself.
Beverly Arts Center is located in the Beverly/Morgan Park neighborhood of Chicago. The center encourages art of all forms through music, dance, theater and other classes for adults and children. It also serves as a venue for hosting exhibitions and other artistic performances. Some of the events held here include dance concerts, musicals, plays and instrumental performances.
Despite its nondescript, strip mall exterior, Outriggers Fish House is a hidden gem serving fresh, high end, Mediterranean-style fish as well as steaks hot of the grill. Every Friday and Saturday night, Outriggers transforms into a comedy club with some of the funniest local and nationally touring comics trying to make you laugh so hard you nearly choke on your halibut.