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CGCC Events Calendar



Members, see our Area Events Calendar for community events happening throughout Chicagoland.
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Upcoming events

    • January 17, 2019
    • March 07, 2019
    • 4 sessions
    • Lake County. Warren-Newport Library, 224 O'Plaine Rd, Gurnee, IL 60031
    EXECUTIVE
    FUNCTIONING
    BOOK STUDY 
     

    Let's meet and provide support to each other as we learn about and implement strategies to improve executive functioning skills.


    Discover the physical and emotional components of executive functioning with the interactive book Smart but Scattered


    We will have a mix of in-person and online interaction during this book study. There will be 4 in-person meetings and 4 weeks of asynchronous online interaction.


    In person Meeting Schedule

    17 January, 7 February, 21 Feb, 7 Mar


    Online interactions-asynchronous during the weeks encompassing:

    24 Jan, 31 Jan, 14 Feb, 28 Feb


    Topics:

    Wk 1: Introduction and Questionaires

    Wk 2: Matching the child to the topic; Identifying areas to work on

    Wk 3: 10 Priniciples of teaching/supporting EF

    Wk 4: Ways to instill skills and modifying the environment

    Wk 5: Motivating your child to learn and use executive skills

    Wk 6: Success in designing a program to help your child

    Wk 7: Daily routines

    Wk 8: Specific areas of focus breakouts and conclusion 


    Specific areas of focus options:


    Building Response Inhibition

    Enhancing Working Memory

    Improving Emotional Control

    Strenghtehening Sustained Attention

    Teaching Task Initiation

    Promoting Planning and Organization

    Fostering Organization

    Instilling Time Managemnt

    Encouraging Flexibility

    Increasing Goal Directed Persistence

    Cultivating Meta-Cognition


    Location: Warren Newport Library, Gurnee


    Please contact Ann Marie at AnnMarieTate@chicagogiftedcommunity.org if you have any questions.



    • January 25, 2019
    • May 03, 2019
    • 14 sessions
    • Central United Methodist Church, 8237 Kenton, Skokie
    Registration is closed

    LOGYC, Learning Opportunities for Gifted Youth, is a place where children can learn among other gifted children and have the opportunity to work at ability level versus being age restricted. At LOGYC, children can feel accepted for who they are, without having to hide their strengths or weaknesses. They don't need to underachieve to conform or feel isolated in feeling "not normal." They receive support for oversensitivities and integrating into a group learning environment.


    This unique community is a safe space to be gifted and to connect with like-minded peers, for students and parents alike.


    Registering for the co-op allows you to register for our many fabulous classes - check them out! 


    Many of our classes have flexible age ranges, as gifted kids often have asynchronistic development. If you have any questions about class details, whether a class would be appropriate for your kid[s], or the coop in general, please email us at logyc@chicagogiftedcommunity.org.


    • February 19, 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Gift of Games, 82 Center St, Grayslake, 60030
    Register

    Whether you are a board game aficionado or just getting started, come join us. Pandemic, Settlers of Catan, Carcassone, Codenames, Quirkle, Chess, Jaipur, and Sushi Go are a few we can explore.


    You can also bring your favorite game from home to play or to teach to the group if you would like.



    Please Note: This is not a drop off event. Parents must stay at the game store and can also join in the fun.



    • February 19, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Vine Academy, 125 South Vine, Hinsdale (second floor)
    • 33
    Register

    RESCHEDULED DUE TO ICE STORM!



    Intensity, Perfectionism, Stress and Idealism



    Join us for a roundtable for parents of gifted children on the first Tuesday of most months this school year. The discussions will loosely follow the book: A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children by Webb, et. al.   


    This month we will discuss the intensity, perfectionism, stress and Idealism.  Giftedness is often accompanied by many intensities, and these intensities can lead to other challenges.  Let's explore some of those!  


    Those following along in the book might like to read chapters 6 and 7.  


    First Tuesdays is facilitated by Kathy Nilles and Newenka DuMont.  Kathy is the mother of a gifted son, has a masters in gifted education and is the manager of  Parent Services for the National Association for Gifted Children.  Newenka is the parent of two gifted daughters, the president of the Chicago Gifted Community Center, on the board of the Illinois Association for Gifted Children and a master SENG Parent Group facilitator.  


    The member fee for First Tuesdays is $3 per session or $10 for the remainder of the series. Non-members pay $ 6 per session.  Membership is $25 annually, won't you consider joining CGCC and supporting our mission to facilitate educational and emotional support for gifted children and their families?  Fee waivers are always available, contact Newenka DuMont for details.  



    Register for Next Month: Social Dynamics
    • February 21, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • MusikGarden Studio, 907 S. Lombard Ave, Oak Park
    • 17
    Register

    Book Discussion: 

    Perfectionism


    Perfectionism can be a great attribute when you are creating a masterpiece, but it can cause
    severe problems, such as underachievement, procrastination and a feeling that your work can never measure up to your own expectations! The unhealthy side of perfectionism plagues many gifted individuals.  Come discuss perfectionism with other parents of gifted children.  


    We all lead busy lives, if you are interested in the subject, please join us for the discussion. If you are interested in reading up on the subject, try one of the following books:


    Perfectionism: A Practical Guide to Managing "Never Good Enough” by Lisa van Gemert

    Moving Past Perfect: How Perfectionism May Be Holding Back Your Kids… by Tom Greenspon

    Perfectionism: What's Bad About Being Too Good? by Miriam Adderholdt and Jan Goldberg 

    Registration is required for this free event. If you wish a donation may be made during registration or in cash at the studio to support the venue. Please consider joining CGCC to help us make these and other events possible. Annual membership is $25. Fee waivers are available, contact Newenka DuMont for more details. 

    • February 26, 2019
    • 7:00 PM
    • South Side, Chicago
    Register

    South Side Gifted 

    Parent Supper


    Opart Thai

    1906 S State St,

    Chicago, IL 60606


    Have a favorite place on the south side? Let us know!




    We will meet for an informal dinner to share stories and to provide support for raising gifted children. These suppers will generally be scheduled for the fourth Tuesday of each month.  


    This event is "free" as everyone will pay their own bill at the end of the evening. Please register so that we can make the proper table arrangements. 


    These Suppers are a great way to meet other parents in your area. If you are interested in helping put together a Supper in your area, please contact Newenka 


    • February 28, 2019
    • Various
    Register


    I get it - CGCC is a member run organization and since I am a member, I would like to help.  Sign Me Up! 


    Please register as a way to let us know what you might like to assist with.  Thank you! 



    • February 28, 2019
    • Various
    Register


    Please give us your ideas!  Here are some potential events to get the juices flowing: 

    • Book discussion group for children of a certain age, perhaps focused on a particular genre.
    • Maker clubs at a local maker space
    • Knitting circle (or math circle or perhaps a combined knitting math circle?)
    • Board game club
    • Origami lessons
    • Eco club
    • Astronomy club or rock club or dinosaur club or ...
    • A morning at the park

    As this year's New Year's Resolution, won't you organize an event for your community?  Volunteer by clicking here or registering as a volunteer here.



    • March 03, 2019
    • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Hinsdale Public Library
    Register

    Whether you are a board game aficionado or just getting started, this is the club for you. Pandemic, Risk, Settlers of Catan, Exploding Kittens, Carcassone, SET, Quirkle, Chess, 7 Wonders, and Ticket to Ride are a few we can explore. Bring your favorite game from home to play or to teach to the group if you would like.


    Ages: Designed for ages 8 and up. There are many library activities available to keep younger siblings busy.


    Please Note: This is not a drop off event. Parents must stay on site at the library or are welcome to join in the fun.


    Event Location: 

    Hinsdale Public Library

    20 East Maple Street
    Hinsdale, IL 60521


    We have a NEW Start Time of 2pm!


    Spring Meeting Dates: Pick and choose which dates to attend, but please register for each date individually, thank you! 


    More to Come!



    • March 04, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Warren Newport Public Library, Meeting Room A, 224 O'Plaine Rd, Gurnee, IL 60031
    Register

    Learn About Illinois' Accelerated Placement Act and Possibilities for Your Student


    Under the new Accelerated Placement Act, all Illinois public school districts must now have equitable policies in place that allow for early entrance to kindergarten and first grade, subject-based acceleration, and full-grade acceleration for eligible students. What does this new law mean for families with high-ability students in Illinois? Hear the latest updates regarding implementation of the legislation and learn how parents can use this law to work with schools to improve the education of their children.


    Joshua Dwyer is the Policy Director for Empower Illinois. As Policy Director, he identifies problems with the education system, writes bills to address those problems, and advocates for them to become law. Four bills he has written have become law - a teacher tax credit for out-of-pocket expenses, a tax credit for donations to scholarship granting organizations, a bill that requires school districts to use best-practices when identifying gifted students, and Ithe Illinois Accerlerated Placement Act, the bill that we will be talking about tonight.


    For more information about the Illinois Accelerated Placement Act: https://www.iagcgifted.org/IL-Acceleration-Act


    For questions regarding this meeting, please contact

    AnnMarieTate@chicagogiftedcommunity.org

    • March 04, 2019
    • 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Ethical Humanist Society, Skokie
    Register

    A joint CGCC and HSGS presentation . . .


    CGCC Nuts & Bolts of Homeschooling to College

    Location: Ethical Humanist Society, 7574 Lincoln Ave., Skokie, enter through side garden


    Monday, March 4, 7:30 to 9 p.m.

    Ethical Humanist Society, 7574 N. Lincoln, Skokie, Illinois.


    Lab internships. Writing a full novel. Solo art shows & collaborations with working artists. Filming independent shorts with adult actors. Independent, scientific research or historical research. Graduate-level math classes. A deep dive into technology. Staging full productions of Shakespeare plays. All these activities and more have been completed by local teens who chose to homeschool through high school. Rather than spending their teen years in classrooms with age peers, these teens used their time to dive deeply into their passions. Learn from experienced homeschool parents how help their teens organize their studies, build their transcript for college, and create for themselves fabulous opportunities to explore their passions--and stay sane. All the while developing into the kind of intellectually curious person that colleges really, really want. 

    • March 05, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Vine Academy, 125 South Vine, Hinsdale (second floor)
    • 35
    Register





    Social Dynamics 


    Join us for a roundtable for parents of gifted children on the first Tuesday of most months this school year. The discussions will loosely follow the book: A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children by Webb, et. al.   


    This month we will discuss the social interactions of gifted children, who can struggle as they are out of step with social expectations.  We will discuss finding friends, dealing with peers and sibling issues.   


    Those following along in the book might like to read chapters 8 and 9.  


    First Tuesdays is facilitated by Kathy Nilles and Newenka DuMont.  Kathy is the mother of a gifted son, has a masters in gifted education and is the manager of  Parent Services for the National Association for Gifted Children.  Newenka is the parent of two gifted daughters, the president of the Chicago Gifted Community Center, on the board of the Illinois Association for Gifted Children and a master SENG Parent Group facilitator.  


    The member fee for First Tuesdays is $3 per session or $10 for the remainder of the series. Non-members pay $ 6 per session.  Membership is $25 annually, won't you consider joining CGCC and supporting our mission to facilitate educational and emotional support for gifted children and their families?  Fee waivers are always available, contact Newenka DuMont for details.  


    Register for the remainder of the series
    (including this session)


    Register for Next Month: Complexities of Parenting 
    • March 06, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • The Commons, 117 N Cass Ave., Westmont
    Register

    This month the Westmont Daytime Book Group is reading:grit book cover


    Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance

    by Angela Duckworth 


    Bring your favorite morning brew and join us for a discussion of this month's book and how it relates to your parenting challenges. Read the book in depth, skim it, or take a look at the book cover on Amazon before your run out the door!  The objective is to use the book to frame the discussion with other parents who face the same kinds of parenting challenges you do!


    The next book group meeting will be on April 10, 2019.  See what we are reading for that meeting.



    • March 07, 2019
    • 6:30 PM
    • The Dining Room at Kendall College, Chicago
    Register




    Join other parents of gifted children for a relaxing dinner at The Dining Room at Kendall College - share resources, stories, challenges, and laughs.


    This event is "free" as everyone will pay their own bill at the end of the evening. Please register so that we can make the proper table arrangements. 


    These Suppers are a great way to meet other parents in your area. If you are interested in helping put together a Supper in your area, please contact Newenka.


    THE DINING ROOM

    900 N. North Branch Street

    Chicago, IL 60642

    www.kendall.edu/on-campus/the-dining-room


    Experience contemporary and exquisite dining on the Kendall College campus with extraordinary views of the city skyline. Culinary arts and hospitality management students prepare and serve dinner in this living classroom.


    The Dining Room at Kendall College at National Louis University is committed to sustainability. The menu is seasonal and takes advantage of our very own herb and vegetable garden as well as fresh ingredients from the nearby Green City Market.


    Gratuities from The Dining Room go towards scholarships to Kendall College at NLU students in financial need. Contributions are tax-deductible as provided by law.


    See the winter 2019 dinner menu
    $29 prix fixe option includes appetizer, entrée, dessert
    $33 prix fixe option includes appetizer, entrée, dessert plus one glass of house red or white

    You also can order a la carte from the menu and they are willing to accommodate for dietary needs.

    • March 14, 2019
    • 6:30 PM
    • ChiliU, 547 N. Milwaukee Ave, Libertyville
    Register

    We are growing the gifted community in the far north suburbs!


    If you are parenting a gifted child, or suspect you might be parenting a gifted child, please meet us for dinner and conversation with other parents of gifted children from our local area. We can share our stories, our questions, and our information to help each other out while having an enjoyable dinner.


    Feel free to invite other families you believe would enjoy or benefit from experience with our community.


    There is no charge for this event, as everyone will pay their own way.  Please register so we reserve the right sized table for our group.  

    • March 14, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • MusikGarten of Oak Park, 907 S. Lombard Ave., Oak Park
    • 19
    Register

    A Roundtable Discussion led by Kathleen Crombie, M.A., M.Ed.



    Twice Exceptional Kids



    Do you have a child that has characteristics of gifted with potential for high achievement and evidence of a learning disability, speech or language challenge, emotional/behavioral disorder, physical disability, autism spectrum or other struggles such as ADHD?  They are considered twice-exceptional because they fall into the exceptional range statistically for their cognitive, academic, or creative abilities and potential, and also fall in the lower end of exceptional in their deficit area. This asynchrony, or uneven development, can cause extreme frustration, stress, and emotional and behavioral reactions. Kathleen will share techniques for advocating for your “2e” child at school and in life while keeping your sanity in the process.  Learn about the strengths and needs of twice-exceptional students and support available for parents.


    Ms. Kathleen Crombie provides organizing and consultation services for gifted adults, children and families. She offers on site step-by-step supportive coaching with emphasis on cognitive and behavioral techniques. She is a SENG Model Parent Support Group facilitator and a certified facilitator trainer. Kathleen provides coaching, consultation and advocacy services for gifted adults, children, and families — at Summit Center in Walnut Creek, CA, Chicago, IL and virtually. She offers step-by-step supportive coaching with emphasis on Cognitive-Behavioral techniques. She has two 2e college students and recently relocated to Chicago, IL. She is a co-founder and former President of a non-profit advocacy and education group in Piedmont CA, Piedmont Advanced Learners Program Support


    Registration is required for this free event.


    If you wish, a donation may be made during registration or in cash at the studio to support the venue.


    Please consider joining CGCC to help us make these and other events possible. Annual membership is $25. Fee waivers are available, contact Newenka DuMont for more details. 

    • March 26, 2019
    • 7:00 PM
    • South Side TBD, Chicago
    Register

    South Side Gifted 

    Parent Supper


    Restaurant not yet determined 

    Have a favorite place on the south side? Let us know!




    We will meet for an informal dinner to share stories and to provide support for raising gifted children. These suppers will generally be scheduled for the fourth Tuesday of each month.  


    This event is "free" as everyone will pay their own bill at the end of the evening. Please register so that we can make the proper table arrangements. 


    These Suppers are a great way to meet other parents in your area. If you are interested in helping put together a Supper in your area, please contact Newenka 


    • March 27, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • 6575 N. Avondale, Chicago
    Register

    9:00am-10:00am ages 4-7

    10:30am-11:30am ages 8-16

    Cost: NONE


    4-7 = 10 Children 10 adults (adults will need to stand)

    8-16 = 10 Children 10 adults (adults will need to stand)


    Adults must stay with child[ren]


    Ages 4-7 outline:

    30 minutes with business owner, Jack Arnold talking to students about different aspects of the electrical construction industry. Includes different career opportunities, safety equipment show and tell, tool show and tell during 30 min. plus  Q&A. 

    2nd half of the hour will be hands on experiments with wiring in circuits, measuring voltages, testing continuity on various materials. All experiments are safe with DC batteries. 

    Ages 8-16 Outline:

    30 minutes with business owner, Jack Arnold talking to students about different aspects of the electrical construction industry. Career opportunities will be discussed. A more in depth look at how our business is ran opposed to other sectors in the industry.  Plus Q&A

    2nd half of the hour will be a lab in our warehouse where the students will be able to pull wire, bend pipe, and measure voltage and test outlets.  Students should expect to have fun. The young ones should have a blast wiring in circuits and learning all the different types of electrical work to be done out in the real world. The older students should leave with a new perspective on the electrical construction industry and hopefully leave wanting to search out other skilled trades to find what opportunities are available as the near entering the work force.  Students can come with questions pertaining to business, career, technician, troubleshooting, installations, anything really, they might have about the electrical construction industry.


    • April 02, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Vine Academy, 125 South Vine, Hinsdale (second floor)
    • 35
    Register






    Complexities of Parenting


    Join us for a roundtable for parents of gifted children on the first Tuesday of most months this school year. The discussions will loosely follow the book: A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children by Webb, et. al.   


    This month we will discuss family values and traditions, and the complexities of parenting gifted children. Moral and cultural development are important parental responsibilities.  What other complexities do parents of gifted children need to navigate? 

    Those following along in the book might like to read chapters 10 and 11.  


    First Tuesdays is facilitated by Kathy Nilles and Newenka DuMont.  Kathy is the mother of a gifted son, has a masters in gifted education and is the manager of  Parent Services for the National Association for Gifted Children.  Newenka is the parent of two gifted daughters, the president of the Chicago Gifted Community Center, on the board of the Illinois Association for Gifted Children and a master SENG Parent Group facilitator.  


    The member fee for First Tuesdays is $3 per session. Non-members pay $ 6 per session.  Membership is $25 annually, won't you consider joining CGCC and supporting our mission to facilitate educational and emotional support for gifted children and their families?  Fee waivers are always available, contact Newenka DuMont for details.  


    Register for Next Month: Schools and Advocacy
    • April 09, 2019
    • 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Ethical Humanist Society, Skokie
    Register

    A joint CGCC and HSGS presentation . . .


    CGCC Introduction to Gifted Homeschooling

    Location: Ethical Humanist Society, 7574 Lincoln Ave., Skokie, enter through side garden


    Tuesday, April 9, 7:30 to 9 p.m.

    Ethical Humanist Society, 7574 N. Lincoln, Skokie, Illinois.


    Are you considering homeschooling your gifted child, but you don't know how to start? Are you worried about how to provide enough intellectual stimulation and social opportunities? Perhaps you are already homeschooling and you are looking for community with other gifted homeschoolers and opportunities for social interaction with intellectual peers. Whether your child has been tested for giftedness or not, bring your questions and concerns! Meet friendly, helpful and experienced homeschoolers who are deep in the trenches of homeschooling their K-8 children and are more than willing to share their insights, advice and company. These passionate, interesting women will challenge your ideas about homeschooling, giftedness, and parenting.
    • April 12, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 3:20 PM
    • 8237 N. Kenton Ave., Skokie
    Register

    LOGYC 


    Come spend a day visiting the LOGYC Co-op! Come and meet people, observe classes, ask questions, and see what we're all about. Come for one block or several, and bring a (nut-free) lunch.


    LOGYC is a coop for gifted homeschooling students aged 5 through 18. To learn more about the coop, see our coop FAQs.


    Please register, and someone will contact you with more details.  

    • April 15, 2019
    • 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Ethical Humanist Society, 7574 Lincoln, Skokie
    Register

    A joint CGCC and HSGS event....


    Why a Gap Year is Awesome!

    Monday, April 15, 7:30 to 9 p.m.

    Ethical Humanist Society, 7574 Lincoln, Skokie.

    Please enter through garden gate 


    What if your gifted teen needs a little more time after high school graduation before heading off to college? We know that giftedness is often accompanied by asynchronous growth in other areas, such as interpersonal and social skills. Extra time to develop and grow before the onslaught of an independent life at college can ease a gifted teen's transition to adulthood. Dr. Michele Kane of Northeastern Illinois University and Brandon Tessers of the Center for Identity Potential present recent research on brain development that suggests a gap year can be highly beneficial. They will discuss how to develop a gap year that accentuate's a teen's strengths, deepens their self-knowledge and prepares them for a healthy college experience and adulthood.   




    • April 17, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • The Commons, 117 N Cass Ave., Westmont
    Register

    This month the Westmont Daytime Book Group is reading:


    Still under discussion - check back soon, but save the date!  


    Bring your favorite morning brew and join us for a discussion of this month's book and how it relates to your parenting challenges. Read the book in depth, skim it, or take a look at the book cover on Amazon before your run out the door!  The objective is to use the book to frame the discussion with other parents who face the same kinds of parenting challenges you do!



    • April 18, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • MusikGarden Studio, 907 S. Lombard Ave, Oak Park
    • 17
    Register

    Book Discussion: 


    Ten Things Not to Say to Your Gifted Child: One Family's Perspective

    by Nancy Heilbronner 


    Join us as we discuss parenting gifted children in the context of what you should and shouldn't say to them!  The author asks her own children to contribute to this light-hearted book.  


    We all lead busy lives, if you are interested in the subject, please join us for the discussion, the books will inform the discussion but having read them is not a requirement for attendance!  

     

    Registration is required for this free event. If you wish a donation may be made during registration or in cash at the studio to support the venue. Please consider joining CGCC to help us make these and other events possible. Annual membership is $25. Fee waivers are available, contact Newenka DuMont for more details. 


    • April 23, 2019
    • 7:00 PM
    • South Side TBD, Chicago
    Register

    South Side Gifted 

    Parent Supper


    Restaurant not yet determined 

    Have a favorite place on the south side? Let us know!




    We will meet for an informal dinner to share stories and to provide support for raising gifted children. These suppers will generally be scheduled for the fourth Tuesday of each month.  


    This event is "free" as everyone will pay their own bill at the end of the evening. Please register so that we can make the proper table arrangements. 


    These Suppers are a great way to meet other parents in your area. If you are interested in helping put together a Supper in your area, please contact Newenka 


    • May 07, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Vine Academy, 125 South Vine, Hinsdale (second floor)
    • 35
    Register






    Schools and Advocacy


    Join us for a roundtable for parents of gifted children on the first Tuesday of most months this school year. The discussions will loosely follow the book: A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children by Webb, et. al.   


    This month we will discuss finding a school that works for you and your family and advocating for your child.    


    Those following along in the book might like to read chapters 13 and 14.  


    First Tuesdays is facilitated by Kathy Nilles and Newenka DuMont.  Kathy is the mother of a gifted son, has a masters in gifted education and is the manager of  Parent Services for the National Association for Gifted Children.  Newenka is the parent of two gifted daughters, the president of the Chicago Gifted Community Center, on the board of the Illinois Association for Gifted Children and a master SENG Parent Group facilitator.  


    The member fee for First Tuesdays is $3 per session. Non-members pay $ 6 per session.  Membership is $25 annually, won't you consider joining CGCC and supporting our mission to facilitate educational and emotional support for gifted children and their families?  Fee waivers are always available, contact Newenka DuMont for details.  


    • May 28, 2019
    • 7:00 PM
    • South Side TBD, Chicago
    Register

    South Side Gifted 

    Parent Supper


    Restaurant not yet determined 

    Have a favorite place on the south side? Let us know!




    We will meet for an informal dinner to share stories and to provide support for raising gifted children. These suppers will generally be scheduled for the fourth Tuesday of each month.  


    This event is "free" as everyone will pay their own bill at the end of the evening. Please register so that we can make the proper table arrangements. 


    These Suppers are a great way to meet other parents in your area. If you are interested in helping put together a Supper in your area, please contact Newenka 


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