Upcoming 2019 Performances:
April 28 - Spring Playdate at Athletico (Oak Park)
May 2- Opening Ceremonies for the Special Olympics (Soldier’s Field)
May 4 - Peace Hub Youth Impact (Gary Comer Youth Center)
May 9 - LISC Chicago’s 25th Annual Chicago Neighborhood Awards (McCormick Place)
July & August - Chicago Park District Day Camps (all around Chicago)
July 12 - Navy Pier (Chicago)
July 13 - Community Cookout (Chicago)
July 29 - Eli’s Cheesecake Festival (Chicago)
August 1-4 - Kidzapalooza (Grant Park)
August 6 - Seneca Park (Chicago)
Book The Happiness Club! Click above to see us in action, and contact us today.
The Happiness Club is a group of Chicago kids who sing, dance, rap and create original material for their sensational musical show designed to encourage positive values and social change through the arts. The kids sing out against drugs, gangs, violence and smoking – and say "yes" to education, tolerance, high self-esteem and helping the environment. Through your support, you are changing the lives of every child in The Happiness Club by giving them the opportunity to receive professional training in the arts. They, in turn, use these skills to create a show that addresses vital issues relevant to kids today. An aggressive performance schedule and partnerships with Chicago and suburban schools, Wright College and the City Colleges of Chicago ensure that The Happiness Club reaches thousands of kids each year.
Want to join
The Happiness Club?
Go for it! Call artistic director Tanji Harper at (773) 818-8455 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
BENEFIT 2018 HONORING
SECRETARY OF STATE JESSE WHITE
The Jesse White Tumblers Perform with The Happiness Club
ANNOUNCING THE HAPPINESS CLUB AFTER SCHOOL TEEN DANCE PROGRAM
Join our after school dance program for teens! Artistic director and choreographer Tanji Harper, along with JC Hopkins and
Ricketa Davis (The Happiness Club and HiDef), will teach hip hop and choreography. You’ll also learn jazz, modern, ballet,
contemporary, tap, classical Indian, and composition, all taught by guest instructors.
The program is free, and offered 5 days a week, split among three locations:
Harold Washington Cultural Center, 4701 S. King Dr., Chicago: Tuesdays & Thursdays
Young Chicago Authors, 1180 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago: Mondays & Wednesdays
American Rhythm Center, 410 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago: Fridays
Choose the most convenient for you...and feel free to mix it up. Exposure to new neighborhoods and communities leads to new beginnings and opportunities!
Call Artistic Director Tanji Harper at (773) 818-8455 or email email@example.com to register.