GCAC’s Facebook page to learn more. 630-938-4530.
from award winning films. Andrew Grams, Music Director; Isabella Lippi,
Cultural Center in Elgin. Box office 847-888-4000, ElginSymphony.org.
Geneva History Museum gets ready for spring
The Geneva History Museum is closed during January.
Feb. 7 the Feature Gallery reopens with the ”Sox vs
Cubs: The Chicago Civil Wars” exhibition. Examine
concepts of loyalty and fandom through videos of each
team’s colorful supporters; interviews with former
players, sports journalists and broadcasters. The exhibit
is produced by the Elmhurst Historical Museum, a
division of the City of Elmhurst. Open through May 16,
11am to 4pm, Tuesdays through Saturdays. Admission:
$2 per person, FREE for Museum Members.
Sat., Feb. 7, 11am—Chicago’s 115 Year Rivalry: The
Cubs vs. The White Sox, The Significance of Chicago Being
a Two-Team Town with author Charles Billington. Learn
new insights above this great rivalry from one of the
moderators of Fox Sports documentary “Baseball’s
Golden Age.” Reservations: $10/$5 museum members.
Feb. 10, 12pm—Brown Bag: Presidential Visits in
Geneva, with guest presenter, Sue Cherney. From
Kennedy to Obama, learn why these presidents came to
Geneva. Reservations: $5/$3 museum member.
Help injured wildlife
The Fox Valley Wildlife Center, Elburn, is holding
their annual Winter Dinner and Auction, Sat., Feb. 7
from 5–10pm at the Fox Valley Country Club in
North Aurora. Ticket price includes dinner, silent
and live auctions, games, a cash raffle and more. Visit foxvalleywildlife.org for details.
The Fox Valley Wildlife Center is a state and federally
licensed wildlife hospital. Rehabilitated animals are
released back into the wild whenever possible. Center
representatives are available for education programs. A
501(c)3 non-profit organization, the center is always in
need of volunteers and tax deductible donations.