What we're about

Chicago Intercultural Explorers is a new meetup that brings people together who are interested in cross-cultural, ethnic, or racial relations and relationships. Our gatherings offer a mixture of events and open discussion on the experiences, issues, benefits and challenges of those in the mixed couples dating scene. In the process, we hope to foster a dynamic cross-cultural exchange. If you’ve been looking for great conversations with creative, diverse people and a blend of international music, film, and food, please join us at one of our upcoming events!

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6/3 TantraNova's Beginner Tantric Meditation, Online for Singles & Couples FREE

TantraNova WEEKLY BEGINNER CLASS – NO COST! Don't miss this new 60-minute online class ‘Cultivating Intimacy in the era of Covid.’ Each class covers new material, so you can start anytime and attend as often as you wish. Open to anyone: Men, Women, Singles and Couples. This fascinating class teaches you to focus and embrace the power of your sensual energy through breathing and meditation. Very tasteful, no nudity and the instructors Elsbeth and Freddie make everyone feel comfortable. A natural alternative way to relax and destress in these difficult times. You will also feel more confident, empowered and deserving of love and pleasure. Here is your opportunity: If you have been thinking about or wished for taking a TantraNova class however were not able to take one because you live too far away, can’t dedicate the time because of conflicting work schedules or taking care of young children, now YOU can. Please stay the entire 60 minute Register here: https://tantranova.lpages.co/beginner-class-covid/?inf_contact_key=874cbf9a71a714ebe0666903c04a119e680f8914173f9191b1c0223e68310bb1 The Zoom link will be sent to you after you register. Call or text host Robin T for any questions[masked]. Please log in to the Zoom meeting at 2:45p to meet & greet before the class. You can have the video show your face, or not if you prefer. If you do not have www.Zoom.us, go there first and sign up for a free account with your email and a password. See more info here: https://www.tantranova.com/

Grown Folks Stories

Green Line Performing Arts Center

Local storyteller Cara Brigandi and owner of The Silver Room, Eric Williams created a no-notes storytelling event for amateur and professional storytellers. The host of the show will be Whitney Capps, who does a great job filling in for Cara. Drop your name in the jar for a five-minute turn at the mic. Most stories are light and entertaining to downright hilarious, while others can be very sobering and heart-felt. They do ask for a $5 donation to help them continue being able to continue bringing the show to the public. Come on out with us to hear some great unscripted tales from the lives of everyday people or maybe get up to tell a story of your own. It's always a good time! Doors open at 6:30 pm. I hope to see you there!

Grown Folks Stories

Green Line Performing Arts Center

Local storyteller Cara Brigandi and owner of The Silver Room, Eric Williams created a no-notes storytelling event for amateur and professional storytellers. The host of the show will be Whitney Capps, who does a great job filling in for Cara. Drop your name in the jar for a five-minute turn at the mic. Most stories are light and entertaining to downright hilarious, while others can be very sobering and heart-felt. They do ask for a $5 donation to help them continue being able to continue bringing the show to the public. Come on out with us to hear some great unscripted tales from the lives of everyday people or maybe get up to tell a story of your own. It's always a good time! Doors open at 6:30 pm. I hope to see you there!

Grown Folks Stories

Green Line Performing Arts Center

Local storyteller Cara Brigandi and owner of The Silver Room, Eric Williams created a no-notes storytelling event for amateur and professional storytellers. The host of the show will be Whitney Capps, who does a great job filling in for Cara. Drop your name in the jar for a five-minute turn at the mic. Most stories are light and entertaining to downright hilarious, while others can be very sobering and heart-felt. They do ask for a $5 donation to help them continue being able to continue bringing the show to the public. Come on out with us to hear some great unscripted tales from the lives of everyday people or maybe get up to tell a story of your own. It's always a good time! Doors open at 6:30 pm. I hope to see you there!

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