Arts & Entertainment in Park Ridge


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  • European Imports
    At European Imports & Gifts, mementoes for all holidays and events march along shelves, from intricately painted animal statuettes to sparkling gilded ornaments. Collectibles, such as a butterfly-winged Precious Moments ballerina ($19.95) or a pink, multifaceted Swarovski pig ornament ($21) transform tumbleweed-ridden curio cabinets into flashy boomtowns. Be-ribbon an offering for a unique someone with themed gifts, including a music enthusiast all tuned in mouse ($19.95) or a ceramic mug, colorfully emblazoned with “Daddy Needs Coffee” ($9.95). European Imports & Gifts ensures presents suitable for the most elegant wrapping paper and frequent new arrivals, seasonal collections, and event-specific doodads for Fathers Day, graduations, or the successful end of a pet's job search.
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    7900 N Milwaukee Ave
    Niles, IL US
  • Larger Than Life Prints
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    8001 North Milwaukee Avenue
    Niles, IL US
  • Crash Candles
    Crash Candles lights up lives with candles made with long-lasting natural soy wax and pure cotton wicks, each of which arrives with a durable glass candleholder and matching scent designed by emerging artists. Vibrant geometric patterns by Angela Adams adorn candles such as Sea Fantasy ($24), surrounded by blue-hued bubbles and wave-like swirls and imbued with the calming scent of sea grass to invoke a beachside memory or night spent sleeping in a patch of sea grass. A Scandinavian flair infuses candles by Lotta Jansdotter, who creates such whimsical designs as the fruit-fragranced Kvitt candle ($24), and creations by the Binth group, such as the black-and-white fig-scented Wanted ($24) candle, add a down-to-earth edge to homes. Candle kindlers can also opt for wax in a classic metal tin, topped with a botanically bedecked lid by Susan MacConnell, or flambeaus with invigorating grapefruit and persimmon ($14) or soothing lilac and lavender ($14) fragrances. Candle forgers hand-pour each candle in Illinois, and every style is available sans fragrance by request for those with sensitive noses or overly sensitive lavender gardens.
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    1283 Oakwood Ave
    Des Plaines, IL US
  • Oh, Olive!
    When faced with lemons—or many other fruits—the proprietors of Oh, Olive! don't contemplate lemonade. Instead, they envision freshly pressed batches of extra-virgin olive oil, such as their tangy Eureka-lemon variant. The family-run shops specialize in this flexible condiment and stock their shelves with estate-produced Delizia oils. Their catalog covers both plain and fused types with flavors that range from the spicy notes of chipotle peppers to the sweetness of blood oranges, a fitting complement to cuts of chicken and fish. They also vend balsamic vinegars from Modena, Italy. Fruits feature heavily in the imported collection, which includes pomegranate, blackberry-ginger, and cinnamon-pear vinegars in addition to a dark-chocolate infusion and the 18-year balsamic—a traditional vinegar aged in oak barrels and given a high-school diploma. Often, the staff members don't separate the acts of purchasing and cooking with their wares. They prefer to interact with customers and host tastings, classes, and contests to encourage innovative recipes. Amid more than 60 kinds of oil and vinegar, Oh, Olive! sells meal add-ons as well. Tiesta Tea produces soothing, toasty brews, and stuffed olives contain hidden servings of jalapeños, sharp cheddar, and asparagus.
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    1971 Tower Road
    Glenview, IL US
  • Kohl Children's Museum
    With more than 23,000 square feet of public space, Kohl Children's Museum gives its young visitors plenty of rooms in which to play. The kid-focused facility houses 16 permanent exhibits for infants and children up to 8 years of age, each filled with hands-on activities designed to encourage learning and exploration. City on the Move helps children learn about Chicago by challenging them to build city scenes from geometric shapes or crank an electricity-generating wheel to power a pretend John Hancock Center. Kids can follow animal footprints to their source in Nature Explorers, move musical notes to create melodies in Ravinia Festival Music Makers, or explore the rotating temporary exhibits.
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    2100 Patriot Boulevard
    Glenview, IL US
  • Skokie Valley Symphony Box Office
    • Snapshots, playing September 16–October 23 • Season’s Greetings, playing November 11–December 18 • Black Pearl Sings!, playing January 13–February 19 • Ten Chimneys, playing March 9–April 15 • [title of show], playing May 4–June 10
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    9501 Skokie Blvd
    Skokie, IL US
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