Money Smart-Identity Theft. 2 p.m. Blackstone Public Library, 4904 S. Lake Park Ave. Free. 312-747-0511. Discussion on identity theft and how to prevent it.
Happy Birthday Harold Washington! 6:30 p.m. Blackstone Public Library, 4904 S. Lake Park Ave. Free. 312-747-0511. A celebration of the life of Harold Washington for children and their families. Featuring stories and crafts.
Tea Time Concert: Chamber Music Showcase. Free. 4:30 p.m. -6:00 p.m. Fulton Hall. 5845 S. Ellis Ave. 4th Fl. Musicians from the University of Chicago and around the city perform.
Antheus/MAC Properties Community Meeting. 6 p.m. East Park Tower, 5242 S. Hyde Park Boulevard. Updates on the building proposed for the north east corner 53rd Street and Cornell Avenue will be discussed.
Frank Lloyd Wright Robie House After-hours Gathering. 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Frederick C. Robie House, 5757 S. Woodlawn Ave. $30 members $35 for general admission. Private evening tour of Wright’s masterpiece with drinks and hors d’oeuvres and a small jazz band will be featured. Visit lwright/afterhoursrobie.
Space. 9:30 p.m. The Revival Theater, 1160 E. 55th St. $10 for adults $5 for students. Space is a monthly queer variety show hosted by stand up comedians Carly Ballerini and Shannon Noll. Each show will bring a new assortment of the best performers in Chicago who happen to be LGBTQQIA identified. Every show will be rooted in stand up, with featured acts including dance, music, drag and storytelling. This month will feature performances from Peter Kim (stand up), Cody Melcher (stand up), Melody Kamali (stand up), Erin Diamond (stand up), Kimothy (drag), and Serjeeoh (music).Tickets can be purchased at the door or ahead of time from the theater’s website: http://www.the-revival.com/event/ed9ac2a29d3eda16c4023c30a1f12d28 .
Primary Stars Book Club.11:00 a.m. Blackstone Public Library, 4904 S. Lake Park Ave. Free. 312-747-0511. Discussion of the book D.A.T.A.-March of the Mini Beasts. Children 6-8.
Adult Book Discussion. 1 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Blackstone Public Library, 4904 S. Lake Park Ave. Free. 312-747-0511. Discussion of the book The Orchardist by Amanda Coplin.
Easter Crafts. 2:30 p.m. Blackstone Public Library, 4904 S. Lake Park Ave. Free. 312-747-0511. Stories and crafts for school age children.
Curtis Black Quartet. 9 p.m.-midnight. Woodlawn Tap, 1172 E. 55th St. Free, donations appreciated. 773-643-5516. Improvisational jazz.
Drop-in Hip Hop Arts Workshop. 4:30p.m.-7:30p.m. Hyde Park Arts Center, 5020 S. Cornell Ave. Free. 773-324-5520. Graffiti art, music production, slam poetry, and footworking taught by Kuumba Lynx Performance Ensemble.
Story Time and Crafts. 10 a.m. Blackstone Public Library, 4904 S. Lake Park Ave. Free. 312-747-0511. Children 2-5. Themed activities including picture books, action activities and flannel board stories.
Chess in the Library for Youth. 4p.m.-5:30p.m. Blackstone Public Library, 4904 S. Lake Park Ave. Free. 312-747-0511. Chicago Public Library Annual Chess Program. Children and young adults chess instruction.
Community Benefits Agreement Meeting. 6 p.m. Hyde Park High School, 6220 S. Stony Island Ave. For more information about the organization hosting the event visit obamacba.org.
Family Story Time. 6:30p.m. Blackstone Public Library, 4904 S. Lake Park Ave. Free. 312-747-0511. Stories, games and crafts for children of all ages.
Music Teachers of Hyde Park. 6:30 p.m. Blackstone Public Library, 4904 S. Lake Park Ave. Free. 312-747-0511. Cello and piano duo performs the music of Scriabin, Chopin and Brahms.
A Classical Ballet in Three Movements. 3 p.m. Smart Museum of Art, 5550 S. Greenwood Ave. Free. 773-702-0200. A ballet in three movements presented by University Ballet of Chicago.
Earth Day Celebration. 4:30 p.m. Blackstone Public Library, 4904 S. Lake Park Ave. Stories and crafts in observance of Earth Day. Free. 312-747-0511. Ages 5 and up.
Indie City Writers presents New Beginnings: A Night of Live Lit and Poetry. 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. 57th Street Books, 1301 E. 57th St. ML Kennedy (The Mosquito Song) hosts an evening of performances by local authors, poets and up-and-comers. Featured talent includes R.E. Wright, Yvonne Jeffries, Marissa McCants, Michael Fischer, Julian Wiley, Sarah E. Lauzen, and Harry Lazerus (the upcoming Thirteen Tales from the Hippocampus).
Born to Film and Willie with Danny Lyon. 7 p.m. Logan Center for the Arts, 915 E. 60th St. Free. The new Direct + Present Documentary Experience series showcases work both contemporary and historic, with the goal of creating a space for thoughtful conversation for documentarians and audience alike to explore world concerns and cinematic ones. Born to Film (1982, 33 min.) is a funny and ethereal autobiographical meditation on filmmaking and fatherhood, in which the two are more intertwined than a bull snake in a bin full of celluloid.