Want something more than just a weekend out at the bars? Skokie's Odeion School of Music offers the perfect theater to shake your weekend up.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
A great car starts with an honest salesman. Where better to find them both than the top-dealership at North Shore Automotive found in Wilmette?
Entrust your car to the experts at North Shore Automotive for services like tire changes and rotations.
Fender bender? Take your ride to North Shore Automotive and get those dents and scratches removed.
Maintain the health of your engine with routine oil changes.
If you are ready to purchase your first car, make your way over to North Shore Automotive and check out the latest deals and steals.
When your car needs a tune up, you can count on the professionals at North Shore Automotive to get the job done.
So bring you car in to the experts at North Shore Automotive, where you can count on reliable auto care and friendly service.
Singer-songwriter Tricia Sebastian specializes in bilingual children's music, crooning originals in both English and Spanish. Her songs have been heard in Quaker cereal commercials and on ABC's Ugly Betty, and the Chicago Tribune says the Corpus Christi native's "playful, robust soprano could spark a Tex-Mex campfire."
But Tricia has another passion: music education. Since the mid-nineties, she's been a kids' instructor with Ravinia Festival's outreach arm and at the Old Town School of Folk Music. At CATS Creating Arts Together with Songs, Tricia takes classes into her own hands, folding fine arts curricula into academic pursuits. As an outreach program, CATS brings Tricia into schools along with her guitar, which she whittled from a singing, five-string tree. As a school of its own, CATS hosts classes, parties, and workshops. Tricia also connects students with tutors and consults with teachers to help them develop their own integrated arts programming.
Students play the music they want to at North Shore Music Institute, where a staff of working musicians lead private and group lessons on instruments including guitar, keyboards, bass, ukelele, and buckets. The school's band program helps connect students of similar age, skill, and musical preferences in an eight-week program where they learn two assigned songs and two songs of their choice. Designed for garage bands with airport-size ambitions, the program guides groups through every step of the process, from instrument tuning to autotuning.
Founded in 1971, Gand Music and Sound equips musicians with the gear and technical skills needed to improve their craft. Through private lessons, experienced instructors guide aspirant musicians toward mastery of their instrument or voice. The shop stocks guitars from Taylor and Fender, keyboards from Nord and Hammond, and boutique tube amps designed by owner Gary Gand.