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The National Museum of Mexican Art (1852 W. 19th St.)

will commemorate its 30th anniversary with an exhibition that will highlight works of art created by local artists. The exhibition, which will last until August 13, will be a display of different artistic expressions and political opinions. Entrance is free. nationalmuseumofmexicanart.org

Destiny of Desire

The intrigue and deception feed the play 'Destiny of Desire', whose plot is based in the typical and intriguing stories of traditional telenovelas. Theatrical comedy by writer Karen Zacarías and director José Luis Valenzuela is presented at Goodman Theater (170 N. Dearborn St.) until April 16. Tickets $ 15- $ 65. http://www.goodmantheatre.org/season/1617-Season/Destiny-of-Desire

Spring Training Flower Show

Garfield Park greenhouse (300 N. Central Park Ave.) will be transformed into a baseball field to mark the start of the training season. In addition to spring flowers, a botanical replica of the Chicago Cubs' famous ballpark marker and trophy will also be on display after winning the World Series. The exhibition will culminate on May 14, from 9 am to 5 pm. Entrance is free. garfieldconservatory.org/event/spring-flower-show-spring-training

Exposure of flowers

Macy's department store will be transformed into a low garden ceiling, where more than 2 million flowers and exotic plants will be stored during the annual flower show that will culminate on April 9. Entrance is free. social.macys.com/flowershow / # / city / chicago

Robots Week

You are invited to interact with robots designed by Chicago school students during Robot Week at the Museum of Science and Industry (5700 S Lake Shore Dr.) on April 14 and 15, from 9:30 am to 2 pm. Tickets $ 11- $ 18. http://www.msichicago.org

Saturday, April 15

International Poetry Festival

A series of meetings between local and international poets during the international poetry festival 'Poetry in April'. The series of readings and special events will continue with the presentation of the Uruguayan writer Roberto Echavarren, the Colombian poet Armando Romero, and of the writers Marta Cecilia Rivera, Fermina Ponce, Miguel Marzana and Miguel López Lemus, in the Catrina Café (1011 W. 18th St.) at 7 pm. Entrance is free. http://www.facebook.com/contratiempo

Easter searches and Easter Bunny visits

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All children will have fun during the search for eggs at McKinley Park (2210 W. Pershing Rd.) from 10 am to 12 pm. Entrance is free. The Easter Bunny will arrive at the Egg Hunt in Armor Square Park, from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. There will be playgrounds, farm animals and games for children. Tickets $ 10. The egg hunt will also be held at Humboldt Park (1440 N. Sacramento Ave.) at 11 am. Entrance is free. http://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/events/bunny-events

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny

It will be a day of fun and joy for all children, who will be invited to meet the Easter Bunny, find eggs, dance, ride the classic horses and carousel animals, and meet the animals at the Lincoln Zoo 2200 N. Cannon Dr.) from 8 am to 1 pm. http://www.lpzoo.org/easter-egg-stravaganza/p>

A couple of days of recording the video of his new single 'Married or not' in Mazatlan, Mexico, the singer-songwriter Chuy Lizárraga will arrive in Chicago to sing to all his followers in Volkán (2501 S. Kedzie Ave.) at 9 pm. Advance tickets $ 30. http://www.vivatumusica.com

Tribute to Selena

Twenty-two years have passed since the death of the Texas singer Selena and in Pilsen it will be commemorated his musical career with a transvestite and karaoke show at the National Museum of Mexican Art (1852 W 19th St.) at 7 pm. http://www.facebook.com/CulturaInPilsen

Domingo April 16

The Tigers of the North

The season starts of outdoor concerts with the presentation of the legendary northern band Los Tigres del Norte, who will liven up the party at Rancho 57 (3101 W. 153rd St. in Markham) next to the bands Marco Flores and La Jerez, La Chacaloza and Los Escamilla. The musical show will start at 11 am. Tickets $ 50. http://www.vivatumusica.com

The Colombian singer-songwriter will premiere his most recent musical successes, including the duo 'Al filo de tu amor' with Wisin and the collaboration with Shakira for the theme 'The bicycle 'in Chicago during his concert at the Rosemont Theater (5400 N. River Rd., Rosemont) at 7 pm. Tickets $ 61- $ 131. http://www.vivatumusica.com

Sounds Concert

Matamoska! in Chicago

The Californian group Matamoska! is performing in concert in Chicago on Sunday, April 16, 2017 at Beat Kitchen, 2100 W. Belmont. In the event 420 Skafest will also act to the local bands Malafacha, Nahuales Underground and Self Medicated. Doors open at 8 pm and you need to be 17 to enter. Organized by The Chicago Ska Collective. More information at 773-420-7392

Thursday, April 20

Chicago Latino Film Festival

It's time to to enjoy the thirty-third Chicago Latino Film Festival from April 20 to May 4 in the AMC River East 21 (322 E. Illinois St.) rooms. Tickets $ 10- $ 13. Films from 20 Latin American countries will be released after the opening of the festival with the Argentine comedy 'Una noche de amor'. The protagonist of the film Carla Peterson will attend the screening at 5:30 pm. chicagolatinofilmfestival.org

Friday, April 21

Chicago International Film and Music Festival

Celebrate spring with a compilation of films, concerts and cultural events from April 21 to 23. Among them, the screening of the documentary 'The Way to Andina', the story of the opera written by the immigrant composer Eustasio Rosales, will be held at the Chop Shop & 1st Ward (2033 W. North Ave.) at 3 pm. Tickets $ 10- $ 30. cimmfest.org/the-way-to-andina