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Member Benefits | October 2014

The following organizations are offering members TWO TICKETS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE FULL-PRICE TICKET unless otherwise noted.  Offer limited to one pair of tickets per event on an "as available" basis.  Call the designated phone number at least 24 hours in advance to reserve seats.  Identify yourself as a WFMT Fine Arts Circle member when calling, and bring your membership card when picking up tickets. All tickets are subject to availability. Not all organizations accept payment by credit card.  This offer may not be combined with any other discounts or offers, is not applicable to previously purchased tickets, and allows no refunds or exchanges. Some restrictions may apply.

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The Orion Ensemble: Stepping Out (630) 628-9591 (Use Code WFMT)
The Orion Ensemble opens its 22nd season with “Stepping Out,” a program showcasing Chicago composer Jim Gailloreto and a combination of Romantic-era chamber music favorites and classical-jazz fusion pieces. Orion performs Jim Gailloreto’s “As of Yet” for Clarinet, Violin and Cello (2014), as well as his arrangement of John Coltrane’s “Giant Steps” for the same instrumentation plus viola, played by guest musician Stephen Boe; Morton Gould’s “Benny’s Gig: Eight Duos for Clarinet and Bass” (1962), featuring Orion clarinetist Kathryne Pirtle and guest bassist Robert Kassinger; the four-hand version of Antonin Dvorak’s Selected Slavonic Dances, with pianist/composer Sebastian Huydts joining Orion pianist Diana Schmück; and the popular “Trout” Quintet in A Major, Op. 114, D. 667 by Franz Schubert. For more information, visit
Wednesday, October 1 at 7:30pm, Recital Hall at Sherwood, 1312 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL
Sunday, October 5 at 7:30pm, Nichols Concert Hall, 1490 Chicago Ave., Evanston, IL

St. Charles Singers: Mozart IX – Journey’s Lamp Light (630) 513-5272 (Mention WFMT)
Enjoy rarely performed gems when St. Charles Singers and Metropolis Chamber Orchestra continue the historic seven year, seventeen concert presentation of Mozart’s collection of sacred choral work. An optional courtesy tour of the Shrine will be conducted at 6:45pm. For tickets, call the number above, or go to and use code “choir” at check-out.
Saturday, October 4 at 8:00pm, Shrine of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, 2520 N. Lakeview Ave., Chicago, IL

Northwest Symphony Orchestra: Fidelio by Beethoven (847) 965-7271
The NSO joins with the distinguished singers of Main Street Opera to present Beethoven’s Fidelio in a lively stage version narrated by Aaron Hunt. Fidelio journeys from the darkest of prisons to the brilliancy of liberty in a tale of unjust punishment and corruption, and the strength of a loving companion to restore hope and freedom. The cast includes Katherine Bergman as Fidelio, Stan DeCwikiel in the role of Floristan, and Terry Bucher as Rocco. Enjoy a pre-concert lecture by Maestra Diehnelt at 2:45pm. For more information, visit For tickets, call the box office and mention WFMT. PLEASE NOTE: You will need to present your WFMT member card at the door.
Sunday, October 5 at 3:30pm; Forest View Educational Center, 2121 S. Goebbert Rd. Arlington Heights, IL

Pick-Staiger Concert Hall: Péter Kiss, piano (847) 467-4000
(Use Code WFMT)

Sponsored by the Hungary Initiatives Foundation. Hungarian pianist Péter Kiss has performed throughout Europe and the United States. Committed to contemporary music, he has given multiple world and national premieres and is a frequent collaborator with Hungary’s UMZE Ensemble. Kiss is also a member of Trio Inception and the Ludium Ensemble. Currently he is pursuing a doctoral degree from the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest. Program to include Béla Bartók, Improvisations on Hungarian Peasant Songs; György Ligeti, Música ricercata; Peter Eötvös, Kosmos and Dances of the Brush-Footed Butterfly; György Kurtág, selections from Games; and Gregory Vajda, sol Etude (world premiere). For more information, visit For tickets by phone or online, use code WFMT.
Wednesday, October 8 at 7:30pm, Lutkin Hall, 700 University Place, Evanston, IL

Midwest Young Artists: Ignite Your Senses (847) 926-9898
(Use Code WFMT)

PLEASE NOTE: This is not a 2-for-1 offer – this offer is for 25% off your ticket. MYA invites you to Ignite your Senses as Charles Pikler of the Chicago Symphony conducts I Solisti MYA, a select chamber orchestra, and Dr. Allan Dennis conducts the Midwest Young Artists Symphony Orchestra on the evening of October 12th at Pick-Staiger Concert Hall in Evanston. Featured pieces include Haydn's Violin Concerto in G and Tchaikovsky's Symphony 5. Tickets are limited. For tickets, please call the number above, or email Donna at  and be sure to mention WFMT offer. You may also present proof of membership at the door for a discounted rate. For more information, visit
Sunday, October 12 at 6:30pm, Pick-Staiger Concert Hall, 50 Arts Circle Dr., Evanston, IL

Skokie Valley Symphony Orchestra: Prize Winning Exhibition
(847) 673-6300 (Use Code WFMT)
Skokie Valley Symphony Orchestra raises the roof with Beethoven's powerful 7th Symphony.  Don't miss this year's Young Artists Competition winners Ryan Little and Joe Bricker as they bring Strauss' epic Horn Concerto No. 1 and Sejourne's Concerto for Marimba and String Orchestra to the stage. Enjoy a free pre-concert lecture by Professor Michael Vaughn at 2pm. For tickets, please phone the box office and use code WFMT. For more information, visit
Sunday, October 12 at 3:00pm, North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, 9501 Skokie Blvd, Skokie, IL

Bella Voce: Fare Is the Heaven (877) 755-6277 (Use Code WFMT2FOR1)
Program to feature Anglican masterpieces by such composers as William Walton, John Tavener, James MacMillan, and the Tudors William Byrd, Thomas Tallis, Peter Philips, and Robert Parsons. The cathedral tradition of England has produced some of the most extraordinarily beautiful choral music ever written. Bella Voce performs this glorious music with a sure command of style, deep sense of connection, and uncommon passion. For more information, visit For tickets, call the number above or visit and use code WFMT2FOR1.
Saturday, October 18 at 7:30pm, Grace Lutheran Church, 7300 Division St., River Forest, IL
Sunday, October 19 at 3:30pm, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 939 Hinman Ave., Evanston, IL

Pick-Staiger Concert Hall: NU Chamber Orchestra: Baroque – Old and New (847) 467-4000 (Use Code WFMT)
Robert G. Hasty, conductor; members of New Comma Baroque (Peter Lekx, baroque violin; Phillip Serna, viola da gamba; Emily J. Katayama, harpsichord). Program to include J. S. Bach, Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major; Johann Gottlieb Graun, Concerto for Violin and Viola da Gamba in C Minor; Heitor Villa-Lobos, Bachianas brasileiras No. 2; and Ottorino Respighi, Ancient Airs and Dances, Suite II. For more information, visit For tickets by phone or online, use code WFMT.
Thursday, October 30 at 7:30pm, Pick-Staiger Concert Hall, 50 Arts Circle Dr., Evanston, IL

University of Chicago Presents: Third Coast Percussion (773) 702-2787 (Use Code WFMT)
Third Coast Percussion returns for another powerful performance. Their daring program will feature politically motivated works by three composers whose music makes powerful statements about today’s world. Enjoy a post-concert discussion with Third Coast Percussion. Tickets are limited! One pair per WFMT Member Card. Tickets must be purchased via phone or in person at the Logan Center box office. For more information, visit
Saturday, November 1 at 7:30pm, Logan Center for the Performing Arts, 915 E 60th St., Chicago, IL

Lake Forest Symphony: The Eternal Flame (847) 295-2135
(Use Code WFMT)

Program to include Beethoven’s Overture to the Creatures of Prometheus; Lake Forest’s own composer in residence Jim Stephenson’s Violin Concerto, Jenifer Frautshi, on violin; and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 6. Enjoy a pre-concert lecture one hour prior to the performance. For more information, visit
Saturday, November 1 at 8:00pm, James Lumber Center, 19351 W. Washington St., Grayslake, IL
Sunday, November 2 at 2:00pm, James Lumber Center, 19351 W. Washington St., Grayslake, IL

Pick-Staiger Concert Hall: Claire Chase, flute (847) 467-4000
(Use Code WFMT)

Flutist Claire Chase is a soloist, collaborative artist, and cultural activist, praised by the Wall Street Journal for “a rare combination of grace and guts.” She has premiered more than 100 works and given critically acclaimed recitals at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall and Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall. This year Chase launched an ambitious 22-year project to commission and record an entirely new repertoire for solo flute—inspired by Edgard Varèse’s Density 21.5—between now and that work’s 100th anniversary in 2036. For the project’s first installment, and for her first solo performance as the Institute for New Music’s 2014–15 resident artist, she will premiere a 70-minute program of newly commissioned works for flute and electronics by George Lewis, Matthias Pintscher, Felipe Lara, and Du Yun. For more information, visit For tickets by phone or online, use code WFMT.
Wednesday, November 5 at 7:30pm, Lutkin Hall, 700 University Place, Evanston, IL

Southwest Symphony Orchestra: Baird Dodge and Schumber’s “Great”
(708) 802-0686 (Use Code WFMT)
Program to include Grieg’s In Autumn; Borodin’s Nocturne; Kabalevsky’s Violin Concerto (featuring Baird Dodge, violin); and Schubert’s Symphony No. 8 in C. The concert will feature principal second violinist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Baird Dodge. For more information, visit
Sunday, November 9 at 4:00pm, Trinity Christian College Ozinga Chapel, 6601 W. College Dr., Palos Hts., IL

Northbrook Symphony Orchestra: The Spirituality of Music
(847) 272-0755 (Use Code WFMT)
The Northbrook Symphony Orchestra is welcoming The Conservatory Chorus of Roosevelt University under its distinguished director, Ms. Cheryl Frazes Hill, for a musical feast designed for pre-holiday listening. Also performing on stage will be Ms. Sharon Quattrin Campagna, soprano, and Ms. Patricia Lee, preforming on the harpsichord and organ. This combination of sacred and secular music of the Baroque and early classical periods-joyous, warm, festive-includes Haydn’s splendid Te Deum and Rameau’s pastoral fantasy, Dances and Chorus from Les Fetes D’Hebe. The celebration includes three beloved choruses from Handel’s Messiah, and concludes with the master’s immortal Hallelujah! Enjoy a pre-concert lecture with Jim Kendros at 2:30pm. For more information, visit
Sunday, November 16 at 4:00pm, Sheely Center, Glenbrook North HS, 2300 Shermer Rd., Northbrook, IL

Skokie Valley Symphony Orchestra: Music of the Chosen People
(847) 673-6300 (Use Code WFMT)

Program to include Bruch’s “Kol Nidrei,” along with works by Bloch, Goldmark, Mahler and Korngold. For tickets, please phone the box office and use code WFMT. Tickets are limited!  For more information, visit
Sunday, November 16 at 3:00pm, North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, 9501 Skokie Blvd, Skokie, IL

Lakeside Pride: Lea DeLaria Salutes Women in Music
The Lakeside Pride Music Ensembles presents an evening of female-centric choral and symphonic music hosted by comedienne, jazz musician and actress Lea DeLaria (Orange is the New Black). DeLaria, known as the "Butch Queen of Hollywood," broke new ground more than two decades ago as the first openly-gay comic to appear on national television, with appearances on The Arsenio Hall Show and as host of Comedy Central's all-gay special, Out There. DeLaria will play emcee at this fundraising event, which features an appearance by Chicago's own Artemis Singers, the first lesbian feminist chorus in the U.S., as well as the Lakeside Pride Symphonic Band, which will perform the masterworks planned for this special event. Attendees will also have the opportunity to bid on silent auction items during this event with all proceeds going to help the Lakeside Pride Music Ensembles continue its mission to help the LGBT community connect with diverse audiences through music. Offer not available for VIP meet-and-greet with Lea DeLaria. Discount tickets are limited. Visit for additional information. For tickets, visit and use code WFMT14 at check-out.
Sunday, November 16 at 3:00pm, Preston Bradley Center, 941 W. Lawrence, Chicago, IL

Chicago Philharmonic: Power of Touch (312) 957-0000
(Use Code WFMT)

Guest conductor Joel Smirnoff returns for a focus on the sense of touch in music. The program opens with the Overture to La scala di seta (The Silken Ladder), Rossini’s operatic farce about a clever couple who carry on a secret marriage, staying “in touch” using a silken ladder lowered from the lady’s bedroom window. Soprano soloist Asako Tamura performs Samuel Barber’s sentimental work Knoxville: Summer of 1915, and select arias by Mozart. The program will close with Haydn’s penultimate symphony (No. 103), featuring the dramatic touch of sticks on the drums. For more information, visit
Sunday, November 16 at 3:00pm, Nichols Concert Hall, 1490 Chicago Ave, Evanston, IL

Theater and Dance

Porchlight Music Theatre: Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Based on the Victorian era serial, this Tony and Olivier-winning musical tells the tale of London barber Sweeney Todd, torn from his family and exiled for 15 years on a miscarriage of justice who returns home to a city as corrupt as when he left. Hell-bent on revenge after learning the agonizing fate of his wife and daughter, he takes up his razors to dish out a brutal recipe of justice with the help of infatuated and enterprising meat pie-maker Nellie Lovett in this spine-chilling musical masterpiece of obsession, retribution and culinary curiosity. Sweeney Todd is the latest collaboration between Michael Weber and Doug Peck who, together, brought Pal Joey and Assassins to the Porchlight stage, both productions being nominated for the Best Production – Musical Jeff Award. Offer only available in person at the box office. Good for full-price tickets only. Mention WFMT at the box office; one use of code per performance date. For more information, visit Thursdays: 7:30pm, Fridays: 8:00pm, Saturdays: 4:00pm and 8:00pm, Sundays: 2:00pm.
October 11 through November 2, Stage 773, 1225 West Belmont Ave., Chicago, IL

Strawdog Theatre Company: Fail/Safe
In this world premiere based on the novel by Eugene Burdick and Harvey Wheeler, a systems failure threatens to trigger World War III in this Cold War thriller, adapted from the acclaimed 1964 film. As time runs out, The President of the United States and his advisors scramble to find a strategy that will save the planet from total annihilation. Adapted for stage by Anderson Lawfer and Nikki Klix; directed by Anderson Lawfer. For tickets and more information, visit and use code WFMT.
Through October 14, Strawdog Theatre Company, 3829 N Broadway, Chicago, IL

FirstFolio: The Gravedigger (630) 986-8067 (Use Code WFMT)
NOTE: This is not a two-for-one offer. This offer is for $5 off any ticket for Wednesday or Thursday performances. In one of Bavaria’s forgotten cemeteries, a lone gravedigger finds a hideously scarred man hiding in a fresh grave. Thus begins a harrowing journey as the men discover their shared past with its gruesome and deadly secrets. Critics praise Zettelmaier for his “lived-in dialogue” (Chicago Tribune) which is “so natural, you forget it’s scripted” (Daily Herald), and the “tension-infused spirit” of his plays (Sun-Times News Group). For more information, visit
Valid for $5 off any Wednesday or Thursday performance tickets through October 16, Mayslake Peabody Estate Forest Preserve, 1717 W 31st St., Oak Brook, IL

TimeLine Theatre Company: My Name is Asher Lev (773) 281-8463
ext 6 (Use Code WFMT)

The Chicago premiere of Aaron Posner's adaptation of the best-selling novel by Chaim Potok unveils the conflict within one young man between his art and his heritage. Based on the best-selling novel by the author who also wrote THE CHOSEN, and set in post-World War II Brooklyn, the play follows the journey of a young Jewish painter torn between his Hasidic upbringing and his desperate need to fulfill his artistic promise. When his genius threatens to destroy his relationship with his parents, young Asher realizes he must make difficult choices between his passion and his faith. This stirring adaptation of a modern classic presents a heartbreaking and triumphant vision of what it means to be an artist at any cost—against the will of family, community and tradition. For more information, visit
Valid Tuesday through Friday performances only, through October 18, Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago, IL

Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago: Rosy Simas Danse
(312) 369-9330 (Use Code 18526)
This is the Chicago debut of Rosy Simas Danse in a mixed-media solo dance work, We Wait In The Darkness. Simas examines her matrilineal Seneca heritage and the ways ancestry, homeland, culture and history are stored in the body and expressed in movement. In collaboration with French composer Francois Richomme, Simas creates an environment of sound, photography, video imagery and movement. Using personal metaphor and story, this new dance work engages past and future, DNA memory and invisible presences to create a personal artwork about loss, family, perseverance and home. For more information, visit
Thursday, October 16 through Saturday, October 18 at 8:00pm, The Dance Center, 1306 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL

Silk Road Rising: The Hundred Flowers Project
Digital media becomes the perfect "ally" for a group of actors collectively creating a play about Mao Tse Tung's Cultural Revolution. As their work-in-progress starts morphing into a propaganda play about the play itself, disturbing questions arise as to who, or what, is controlling the narrative. For more information, visit For tickets, visit and use code WFMT at checkout.
Offer valid for the following dates’ evening performances: 10/16, 10/17, 10/18, 10/23, 10/24, 10/30, 11/1, and afternoons on 10/19, 11/2. All performances at: Chicago Temple Building, Pierce Hall, 77 W. Washington St., Chicago, IL

Steppenwolf Theatre: The Night Alive (312) 335-1650
(Use Code WFMT)

The kindness of strangers comes with complications. Tommy is getting by—kind of: he is crashing in his uncle’s ramshackle house in Dublin, dodging his estranged family, and plotting a parade of get-rich-quick schemes with his buddy Doc. Then one day he defends a destitute woman against a violent attack, and a fragile glimmer of hope appears as Tommy tends to her in his run-down room. From the author of The WeirShining City and The Seafarer comes this compelling new drama—by turns funny and frightening, but always deeply human. Subject to availability. For more information, visit
Valid for Sunday evening performances only through October 26, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, 1650 N. Halsted St., Chicago, IL

Saint Sebastian Players: Lotto Fever in the Sucker State (773) 404-7922 (Use Code WFMT)
To open its 2014–15 season, the Saint Sebastian Players (SSP) present a world premiere that stays close to home, in terms of its author and its setting. Lotto Fever in the Sucker State, SSP’s second world premiere by company member Leigh Johnson (after Lefties in 2013), takes place circa 1988 at Rayners Victory Café in central Illinois, where life has taken a difficult turn due to the farm foreclosure crisis. The diner’s new, young “citified” owner, Steven Rayner, is desperately trying to build his customer base, with comically mixed results. His steadiest customers, the Smithfield family, have resorted to ritually playing the Illinois State Lottery to mask the fact that they are losing the family farm. Calvin Smithfield’s efforts to save the farm have attracted two agents, who use the diner as a base of operations to attempt to locate the marijuana they suspect is being grown in the area. Add to this mix a confused professor of English literature, who finds the café’s customers the perfect subjects for his passion for American colloquialism, and Noreen, the waitress who acts as a one-woman Greek chorus to the madness swirling around her, and the result is a wild hayride that produces laughter and tears, sometimes at the same time. No performance on October 31. or more information, visit
Thursday, October 30 through Sunday, November 23. Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sundays at 2:00pm, 1625 W Diversey Pkwy, Chicago, IL

TimeLine Theatre Company: Danny Casolaro Died For You
(773) 281-8463 ext 6 (Use Code WFMT)

A thriller based on the true story of Danny Casolaro, a freelance reporter who was mysteriously found dead a year into his journey to uncover the truth about high-level corruption in Washington, D.C. For more information, visit
Valid Wednesday through Friday performances only, through December 21, TimeLine Theatre, 615 W. Wellington Ave., Chicago, IL

Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago: Heidi Latsky Dance
(312) 369-9330 (Use Code 18526)
Heidi Latsky Dance, a company that features mixed-ability dancers, comes to The Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago. A former dancer with Bill T. Jones, Latsky brings two works to The Dance Center, under the banner “One Hour: Two Works,” which, she said, “evolved out of my investigation of counterpoint and juxtaposition and my desire to be more integrated and also explore age.” Solo Countersolo features Latsky in opposition to the ensemble, weaving through a landscape of vigorously moving bodies to British composer Chris Brierley’s score, commissioned for the piece. Somewhere is set to wildly eclectic renditions of “Over the Rainbow,” using the iconic song to frame a series of intimate movement portraits that highlight a diverse unconventional cast. For more information, visit
Thursday, November 6 through Saturday, November 8 at 8:00pm, The Dance Center, 1306 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL


Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture: 2-for-1 Museum Admission
(773) 582-6500
Founded in 1966 in Chicago, Illinois, the Balzekas Museum is dedicated to the preservation and perpetuation of Lithuanian culture. The Museum celebrates the notable achievements of Lithuanian Americans, the Lithuanian nation, and Lithuanian communities world wide. For more information on the museum and exhibits, visit
Daily 10am-4 pm, 6500 S. Pulaski Rd., Chicago, IL

Evanston History Center at the Charles Gates Dawes House: 2-for-1 Admission for Tours (847) 475-3410
Tour the historic home of former Vice President Charles Gates Dawes, gain entrance to the permanent exhibit on Evanston history, Milestones & Memories and the current exhibit: “Where Are We? Mapping Our Way Through Evanston History.” The interior house is only viewable by tour! The tour includes all of the first floor and part of the second floor. For more information and any schedule changes, visit  
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 1:00 pm, 2:00 pm and 3:00 pm, at 225 Greenwood Street, Evanston, IL

Museum of Contemporary Photography: 20% off on publications
(312) 369-7794 (Use Code WFMT)

Enjoy 20% off of publication purchases. Founded by Columbia College Chicago in 1984, the museum collaborates with artists, photographers, communities, and institutions locally, nationally, and internationally. MoCP offers publications by internationally recognized artists in their museum shop as well as online. For more information, visit
600 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL

Oriental Institute Museum Store (The Suq): 15% off Museum Store purchases
Present your WFMT membership card and enjoy 15% off anything in The Suq. Valid in store and on-line. To use on-line, use code “WFMT” at check-out. The Oriental Institute, a division of the University of Chicago, is a not-for-profit institution. All proceeds from the Museum Suq go to support departments and projects for the Oriental Institute, particularly the research archives. For more information or to shop, visit
Museum and store hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 10am-6 pm; Wednesday: 10am-8:30 pm; Sunday: Noon – 6 pm, 1155 East 58th Street, Chicago, Il

The Polish Museum of America: 2-for-1 admission to special exhibits.
984 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL (773) 384-3352.

Ukrainian National Museum of Chicago: 2-for-1 Museum Admission
(312) 421-8020
The Ukrainian National Museum was founded in 1952 as the Ukrainian Museum and Archive. The Museum collections include artifacts of traditional folk arts, such as embroidery, costumes, weavings and wood and metal inlays as well as musical instruments, household utensils, souvenir materials from the Soviet Union, and artwork by Ukrainian immigrants. For more information on the museum and exhibits, visit 
Tuesdays through Sundays from 11am-4 pm, 2249 West Superior St., Chicago, IL


Unless indicated, the following restaurants offer members presenting their card TWO ENTREES FOR THE PRICE OF THE MORE EXPENSIVE ONE (unless otherwise noted) nightly except Fridays and Saturdays (unless marked +Fri. or +Sat.). Discounts apply to dinner only (unless marked +Lunch). One discount per table. Not applicable to lower-priced specials or in combination with other offers or discount cards. Other restrictions may apply. Cuisine descriptions are supplied by the restaurants.

Alex’s Washington Gardens
(847) 432-0309

Italian restaurant and pizzeria.  
15% off on total food bill (not valid on holidays)
256 Green Bay Road, Highwood, IL
Café Marbella
(773) 853-0128

Spanish tapas and cuisine
20% off bill on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights only.
5527 North Milwaukee, Chicago, IL

Dragonfly Mandarin
(312) 787-7600

Traditional Chinese  
832 West Randolph Street, Chicago, IL

Feast Restaurant & Bar
(773) 772-7100

American fusion with global influences  
Offer valid for one time use only; must show member card to redeem offer.
1616 North Damen Avenue, Chicago, IL;
25 East Delaware, Chicago, IL

Isla Pilipina
(773) 271-2988

Buy one entree and get another of equal or lesser value for free.
2501 W Lawrence Ave, Unit D, Chicago, IL

Jenny’s Steakhouse
708) 229-2272 & Jenny’s @ 191 South 708-479-6873
American, steaks, seafood, ribs, sandwiches 
$10 off purchase of $30 or more, not valid on holidays or special events.
11041 S Menard, Chicago Ridge, IL
10160 W 191st Street, Mokena, IL

(847) 864-3435

French-American Seafood.
$25 off the entire meal. Not valid with any other offers including Groupon, Travel Zoo and Living Social. Also not valid with “No Corkage Monday,” “Maine Lobster Wednesday,” Northwestern Commencement, New Years Eve or Valentine's Day. One card per table.   
505 Main Street, Evanston, IL 

The Parthenon Restaurant
(312) 726-2407

Great authentic Greek Cuisine
Receive $6 off the second entrée when two entrées are purchased. (+Lunch)(Sun.-Thu.)
Not valid on family-style dinners & lamb chops.
314 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL

Prairie Moon
(847) 864-8328

Regional American “Good lookin’ scratch cookin’!” 
15% discount for the entire meal (Lunch/Dinner). Valid only for WFMT card holders, not the entire party.
1502 Sherman Avenue, Evanston, IL

(773) 427-9130

Authentic Moroccan Cuisine (BYOB)
4027 W. Irving Park Road, Chicago, IL

The Stained Glass
(847) 864-8600

New American Cuisine
Buy one entrée, get the second entrée free up to $25. Does not include tax.
1735 Benson Avenue, Evanston, IL

Tre Kronor Restaurant
(773) 267-9888

Swedish/Norwegian (+Fri., Sat.)  
3258 West Foster Avenue, Chicago, IL

Via Veneto
(773) 267-0888

Traditional Italian
25% off lunch and dinner (food only), any night but Saturday
Maximum discount is $50
6340 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL

Businesses and Services

Anderson Chiropractic, Ltd.:  Chiropractic clinic. Free consultation then, 20% discount on all services.  2105 W. Division St., Chicago, IL (773) 342-3221

The Armadillo’s Pillow Book Company:  Used books – common, uncommon and hard-to-find!  15% discount on all items, except gift certificates. 6753 Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL (773) 761-2558

Best Friends Diamonds & Gems: 10% off loose diamond with the purchase of a custom mounting. 29 E. Madison St. Suite 1404, Chicago, IL (312) 269-9999

The Bookstore: 10% off on a single item. 475 North Main St., Glen Ellyn, IL (630) 469-2891

Centuries and Sleuths Bookstore: 10% discount (only items in stock with the exception of $3 and $7 books).
7419 W. Madison St., Forest Park, IL

Chicago Aquarium Company: 20% off fish and supplies, 10% off glass aquariums.
5040 N. Clark St, Chicago, IL (773) 878-8474

Chicago Photography Center: One-time 10% discount on any class as well as a 50% discount on a one-year membership ($50 value).
3301 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, IL (773) 549-1631

Clergy for Weddings:  Wedding officiants.  Discount of $75 for each couple who use our services and are being married on the reception site.  11136 South Whipple Street, Chicago, IL (773) 445-2121

Coulsons Music: 10% discount in store with WFMT Membership card. Chicago’s leading music store, providing professional and student sheet music, gifts, and accessories. (312) 461-1989.

Extreme Organizing, Inc.: Professional Organizing Services for your home or office. Complementary consultation and 10% off regular price of services. Chicago and suburbs only.
540 North Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL (312) 832-1690

Fleetwind Ski Club: Ski club serving Chicagoland for over 50 years. 20% off new memberships.  PO Box 607811, Chicago, IL (773) 973-4417

Fragile Music Group:  Reduced hourly recording rate $55/hour (regular $95).  Maximum 10 hours in blocks of 5 hours. One customer per company. 603 Ridge, Homewood, IL (708) 206-1002

Frugal Muse Books Music and Movies: Used and new books, music, movies, and videogames. 10% off any USED item. 7511 Lemont Rd., #146,‎ Darien, IL (630) 427-1140

Granite and Marble Resources: Importer of natural stone, mosaics, and countertops. $1,000 off on purchases of $2,000 or more, not including sales tax or delivery.
222 Merchandise Mart Plaza, Suite 115, Chicago, IL (312) 670-4400 $50 discount toward any on-line purchase of theater, concert, or sporting event tickets (minimum 2 tickets/order). Enter discount Code: “WFMT.” Hey Ticket Guy, 211 Hilltop Lane, Sleepy Hollow, IL (888) 455-8499

Joe’s Expert Auto Inc.: Import auto repair and service. 10% off parts and labor, not applicable with any other offers, or dealer parts.
2740 North Elston Avenue, Chicago, IL (773) 862-6200

Karunya Rasa Revolutionary Facial Products:  All natural cosmetic sprays.  25% discount (free shipping) only with two or more orders. 
2140 North Clark Street, Suite 503, Chicago, IL (773) 698-7675

Olive & WellGourmet gift and tasting shop.  15% off any Olive & Well labeled domestic and imported products. 133 N. Oak Park Ave., Oak Park, IL (708) 848-4230   

Pianist, Ellen Elizabeth Mosher: Concert pianist. Solo piano entertainment for events including parties, receptions, dinners and weddings. $50 credit on a standard 3-hour (or more) performance on your tuned piano.  Call for availability on Monday – Saturday only, 10am – 6 pm. 1033 West Loyola Avenue, Suite 1301, Chicago, IL (773) 465-4098

Polish American Contractors Association:  10% discount on commercial and residential construction and remodeling.
6005 Irving Park Road, #203, Chicago, IL (773) 318-9229

Richard Stromberg’s Chicago: 2-for-1 Photography Class Tuition. Enjoy a 2-for-1 discount on any class offered at your choice of locations in Ravenswood, downtown Chicago,  Oak Park, or Park Ridge.  Call for class locations. Present WFMT member card on first day of class. (312) 671-7717

Scherwood Golf Concessions:  Two for One Greens Fee.  Weekdays only.  Paid riding cart required.
600 E. Joliet Street, Schererville, IN (219) 865-2554

Sheet Music Back in Print: 20% discount ($5 off) on $25 Annual Membership Fee: annual membership allows free access to more than 200 works. Modern Editions of Piano/Vocal Music from the late 19th and early 20th Centuries. Popular Songs/Art Songs/Solo Piano/Sacred Songs 
235 Main Street, Evanston, IL (847) 869-9447

Shen Shen Health and Harmony: 15% discount on acupuncture and massages.
2764 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL (773) 935-4325, Inc.: 15% off on transfer of movie film and VHS to DVD.
(847) 716-0213

Styl Shoe Store:  15% off on designer shoes for men and women. May not be combined with any other discount cards, coupons or special offers.
2949 North Broadway, Chicago, IL (773) 244-9369

The Suzuki-Orff School of Music: An engaging and relaxed approach to music education. Programs available for students ages 6 months – adult. 10% off total tuition for one quarter for new students only.  www.suzukiorff.org1148 West Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL (312) 738-2646

Westgate Flowers: Retail florist. 10% discount for in-store purchases and phone delivery orders from our shop. (excludes “FTD” wireout orders) 841 S. Oak Park, Oak Park, IL (708) 386-0072

Your Natural Element Day Spa & Salon: Day spa and salon. 10% off any service (excludes retail items). 49 ½ South Washington St., 2nd Floor, Hinsdale, IL (630) 321-1772