Quality Inn And Conference Center
300 South Frontage Road
Burr Ridge, IL 60527
Phone: (630) 325-2900
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The Theatre of Western Springs is a historic performing arts venue in Western Springs. Established in 1929, it is one of the foremost theaters in the country. It also conducts the Children's Theater of Western Springs (CTWS), which are regular workshops for acting in plays and musicals. Drama connoisseurs and prop designers too can improve their skills at their classes. One can rent their stunning vintage props and costumes or hire this venue for hosting fundraisers.
Carriage Greens Country Club is a multifarious event and recreational facility in Darien featuring wedding and banqueting facilities along with an expansive golf course and two premiere dining destinations. Their personal event-managing team will ensure the smooth running of any event be it a full-scale wedding reception, private bash or formal occasion. Golf enthusiasts will appreciate the golf course facilities ranging from the expanded tee and green area to full cart paths. The club's signature restaurant - Sandtrap Grill features eclectic American cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The 8700 Club is the perfect spot to unwind with handcrafted cocktails, live music and good company. So host your next big event at Carriage Greens Country Club and make it a memorable one.
Enjoy competitive polo matches at 1:00 p.m. on Sundays from June through September at the historic Oak Brook Polo Grounds which is considered to be one of the top summer polo clubs in America and is well-known throughout the world.
First Folio is a not-for-profit professional regional theatre company, drawing audiences from all over the country. They focus on Shakespearean plays and other classic works and are the resident theatre company at the Mayslake Peabody Estate, where they produce two outdoor summer productions each year (Hamlet and A Midsummer Night's Dream are slated for 2004.) They also tour short Shakespeare productions to schools throughout the state of Illinois - they are on the Illinois Art's Council's ARTSTOUR Roster for 2003-2005.
Owned by the Village of Bridgeview, this venue is home to the Chicago Fire Soccer team. Now this is a massive arena that towers up four levels and can seat more than 20,000 screaming fans. Fully equipped and easily accessible, the complex boasts an office space, executive and party suites, a terrace and a permanent stage. With its crystal clear sound system and bright lighting, it is also a hot-spot for concerts and musical performances. Hit the website, check the schedule and snap up your tickets—there are various booking options. Enjoy the game or concert in style!
This 971-seat, proscenium style live theater features a wide array of entertainment including comedies, musicals, dinner theater shows, and Hollywood personalities. There is also 40,000 square feet of trade show space available on site.
A wide variety of educational and recreational film subjects in both 2-D and 3-D formats are shown at this five story tall IMAX theatre.
Located in the heart of downtown, the Depot Station is a historic zone that is getting an uplift through the efforts of local citizens. easily accessible by the three Metra commuter stations, it comprises of Windsor and Stanley Avenues. It is the home of many cultural events and festivals such as the yearly Oktoberfest, Music, Art & Vintage in the Street and the Mini-Golf Pub Crawl.
Twin Tower Sanctuary Or the Old Sanctuary of the United Methodist Church is a significant part of the history of Orland Park. The gray and white, Queen-Anne style building is one of the famous landmarks of the area. Apart from being a Methodist church, the building also served as a theater of the town. One should not miss a visit to the church when in Orland Park.
Playwright David Mamet lent this theater ensemble its name when he wrote American Buffalo and the productions here are organized under the roughshod shadow of that writer's naturalistic and puritanical brand of storytelling. The home of the BTE is the Harold D. McAninch Arts Center at the College of DuPage, where it is led by Artistic Director Craig Berger. While public transportation is not readily accessible, it may be worth your while to take Metra's Union Pacific line to Glen Ellyn, then catch a cab from there.
The Proviso East High School is one of the most prestigious schools in Maywood, Illinois. The school is known for their excellent curriculum and the fact that each and every student here gets a holistic education, which allows them to face the world with much confidence and valor. The school is also known for their extra-curricular activities such as art, sports and more. Most of the performance art takes place in the Proviso East High School Auditorium. Though the auditorium is mainly meant for school programs, non-school related events are hosted here as well, such as benefits, charity concerts and more. The auditorium has earned a reputation amongst the entertainment venues in the city. To know more about the events taking place here do log onto their website.
Well known as the Chodl Auditorium, the J. Sterling Morton High School East Auditorium, is a beautiful structure built in it's Beaux Arts beauty style. Featuring a stage as big as a basket ball court, the hall could seat approximately 2,545 people in the auditorium. Popularly known as the largest high school auditorium, the hall was used for several community events and high school productions. This hall is on the National Register of Historic Places since 1983.