Saugatuck Center for the Arts
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A goal to provide high-quality, year-round arts programming to people of all ages and backgrounds in the Saugatuck area led to the establishment in 2003 of this nonprofit organization. Housed in a former pie factory (the 420-seat theater used to be the freezer), it fits right into the artsy Saugatuck feel and achieves its mission with gallery exhibits, arts classes for adults and children, live musical performances, two film festivals—one for children—and professional Broadway-caliber shows like "Avenue Q" and "Cabaret" in the Mason Street Warehouse Theatre.
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Where: Chicago with a friend and her pre-teen daughters
When: Two days in February 2014
Why: After being housebound by what seemed to be a never-ending winter (enough already!), it was time to bundle Read more
In December 2013/January 2014 my wife and I did a three week trip to the USA, with the aim of experiencing a proper North American winter. Read more
We've never been to Chicago other than changing planes.
We'd like to go for a few days but that's a lot of flying to spend 3-4 days in one place.
Any add-ons in the area?
Thanks. Read more
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