Live taping of the arts podcast, with live music.
When you go to a movie theater, there's a decent chance someone will sneeze and you'll contract a horrifying airborne monkey disease (or at least that's what I learned from Outbreak). Not a thing you have to worry about at the drive-in. Plus you can make out, it's BYOB, and it's under ten bucks for a double feature. $5-$9, $14/carload on Tuesdayhttp://cascadedrivein.com
Exhibit chronicling the evolution of modern medicine, featuring historical surgical tools, paintings, prints, and sculptures, and including over 200 preserved human specimens. $22, $16 seniors and students, $12 kids 4-13
Staged readings of unproduced screenplays. $7
The museum's bison is covered with eco-friendly seasonal decorations in order to serve as a holiday-photo op.
Butterfly habitat; displays on regional ecosystems.
An exhibit showcasing new technology and innovations in agriculture, transportation, entertainment, energy, and more, presented through videos, models, and prototypes of inventions.
Materials documenting the history of Chinese immigration in Chicago. $2, $1 students and seniors.
Artifacts and objects from the Revolutionary War through the Vietnam War documenting the history of African-Americans in the armed forces.
Featuring the restored Gemini 12 spacecraft and artifacts commemorating the 40th anniversary of its mission and other lunar adventures; astro labs and various historical space reading devices; interactive displays on galaxies, planets, and other nonterrestrial entities. The museum's regular sky shows start on the half hour, virtual reality presentations every 90 minutes.