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Sunday picks: Get in healthy state of mind at Whole Life Expo

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  • "Cirque Sephira," billed as the "World's First Spiritual Cirque," is one of the attractions of the Whole Life Expo, which comes to the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center in Schaumburg this weekend.

      "Cirque Sephira," billed as the "World's First Spiritual Cirque," is one of the attractions of the Whole Life Expo, which comes to the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center in Schaumburg this weekend.
    Courtesy of Whole Life Expo

  • Daily Herald file photoHead to Harvard for the town's 72nd annual Harvard Milk Days festival, running Friday, May 31, through Sunday, June 2.

      Daily Herald file photoHead to Harvard for the town's 72nd annual Harvard Milk Days festival, running Friday, May 31, through Sunday, June 2.

  • Chicago Sky center Sylvia Fowles (34) drove to the basket while Connecticut Sun center Tina Charles (31) guarded her during a WNBA basketball game last season. The Chicago Sky returns to the Allstate Arena in Rosemont this weekend.

      Chicago Sky center Sylvia Fowles (34) drove to the basket while Connecticut Sun center Tina Charles (31) guarded her during a WNBA basketball game last season. The Chicago Sky returns to the Allstate Arena in Rosemont this weekend.
    Associated Press File Photo

  • Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones bring their "50 & Counting" tour to the United Center in Chicago.

      Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones bring their "50 & Counting" tour to the United Center in Chicago.
    Associated Press

 
By Scott Morgan and Laura Stewart

Live & prosper
The Whole Life Expo returns after a 12-year hiatus with 175 vendors, lectures and workshops and events like an eco-fashion show and "Cirque Sephira" (billed as the "World's First Spiritual Cirque"), all to promote healthy living and longevity this weekend at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center, 1551 N. Thoreau Drive, Schaumburg. $20 admission. $19-$39 Cirque ticket; individual workshops extra. (847) 303-4100 or wholelifeexpo.com. 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday, June 2

Roselle's Rose Fest
Roselle starts off summer with its annual Rose Festival featuring a carnival, food and more at the Roselle Metra Station, Maple Avenue and Irving Park Road. The 19th annual Run for the Roses 5K starts at 8 a.m. Sunday, June 2, at Clauss Recreation Center, 555 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., followed by the 6K youth run at 9 a.m. Rose Parade steps off at 2 p.m. Sunday on Roselle Road, starting at Devon Avenue. Carnival specials: $20 wristband all-you-can-ride from noon to 5 p.m. Visit roselle.il.us. Noon to 10 p.m. Sunday, June 2

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Still eye-catching at 65
Chicago's 57th Street Art Fair is celebrating its 65th year and will feature more than 250 artists participating in the annual Hyde Park event on 57th Street between Kenwood and Kimbark avenues. The oldest juried art fair in the Midwest offers a family-friendly, alcohol-free environment and aisles of glass, jewelry, leather, photography, printmaking, painting, sculpture, wood, ceramics and fiber art. Get in on the Art Buying Boot Camp, a guided tour through the fair with art experts who can help you determine the best price for a piece or the best colors to match your foyer or living room walls. The art fairs also will have kids' activities and lots of food vendors. Free admission. (773) 234-3247 or 57thstreetartfair.org. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 2

I spot an iris
A range of colorful iris plants, including tall bearded and Siberian varieties, will be available for viewing and purchase at the Northern Illinois Iris Society Show at the Morton Arboretum, 4100 Illinois Route 53, Lisle. Society members will answer guests' questions and provide planting advice. General admission for the arboretum is $9-$12. Kids younger than 2 admitted free. (630) 968-0074 or mortonarb.org. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 2

Viva la Fiesta!
Brookfield Zoo hosts its Viva la Fiesta! celebration, honoring Hispanic culture and traditions. Activities include authentic fare, local and international bands and dancers, art displays, animal "Zoo Chats" and more. Brookfield Zoo is at First Avenue and 31st Street in Brookfield. Regular zoo admission is $10.50 to $15, parking $10. Visit czs.org. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 2

Harvard Milk Days
Got milk? The 72nd annual Harvard Milk Days festival, at Milky Way Park, at Route 173, Harvard, sure does. Highlights include a carnival, entertainment, craft show, petting zoo, milk-drinking contest, a cow chip lotto, antique tractor display and a grand finale fireworks at 10 p.m. Sunday, June 2. Free admission; $5 daily parking. (815) 943-4614 or milkdays.com. Noon to 10:30 p.m. Sunday, June 2

Watch them grow
The new "Watch Us Grow: Monarch Butterflies" interactive exhibit is now open at the Kohl Children's Museum, 2100 Patriot Blvd., Glenview. Guests can watch as live monarch butterflies grow from eggs to fully developed adults. See four stages of the butterfly's development: eggs, caterpillars, pupas and adults. Admission is $8.50-$9.50. Children younger than 1 admitted free. (847) 832-6600 or kohlchildrensmuseum.org. The exhibit runs through Sunday, Sept. 1. Noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 2

It's Maifest time
You thought you had to wait until autumn for a colossal stein of beer, a string of brats and oompah music? Not if you take a whirl around the Maypole and welcome the arrival of summer at the annual Lincoln Square Maifest in its 13th year of German glitter and good times on Lincoln Avenue between Western and Leland avenues, Chicago. Have a stroll and a strudel and take in performances by The Captain Blood Orchestra ('60s rock 'n' roll), German bands like Phenix and the Polkaholics, and German dance groups. The crowning of the May queen and traditional keg tapping are always a cause for raising a glass to the end of another long winter. Free admission. (773) 728-3890 or mayfestchicago.com. Noon to 10 p.m. Sunday, June 2

Deceitful doll
What happens when a lovesick guy passes over his flesh-and-blood fiancee for a mechanical doll? Find out when von Heidecke's Chicago Festival Ballet presents Leo Delibes' classic 19th-century ballet "Coppelia" Sunday at the Paramount Theatre, 23 E. Galena Blvd., Aurora. $37. (630) 896-6666 or paramountaurora.com. 2 p.m. Sunday, June 2

Cash in hand
Woody James and The Millington Trio perform a Johnny Cash tribute concert in the band shell at Cantigny Park, 1 S151 Winfield Road, Wheaton. Free with paid $5 parking fee. Visit cantigny.org. 3 p.m. Sunday, June 2

All for one
Lifeline Theatre concludes its 30th season with ensemble member Robert Kauzlaric's adaptation of the Alexandre Dumas swashbuckler "The Three Musketeers" commissioned for the Illinois Shakespeare Festival in 2010 and revised for this production, directed by Amanda Delheimer Dimond with fight choreography by Matt Hawkins. Glenn Stanton plays d'Artagnan, the young man whose pursuit of his dream of becoming a Musketeer leads to romance, intrigue and adventure, at 6912 N. Glenwood Ave., Chicago. $20-$40. (773) 761-4477 or lifelinetheatre.com. The show opens June 10. Preview at 4 p.m. Sunday, June 2

Up and up
WNBA basketball is back with the Chicago Sky taking on the Tulsa Shock at the Allstate Arena, 6920 N. Mannheim Road, Rosemont. $18-$400. (800) 745-3000 or chicagosky.net. 5 p.m. Sunday, June 2

Roll like a Stone
The miracles of nature who make up the Rolling Stones will shake their retirement-age hips Monday at the United Center, 1901 W. Madison, Chicago. The band is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a mammoth (and expensive) tour. On the one hand, you have to wonder if this might be the last go-round for the legendary band, but on the other, haven't we been wondering that for decades? Mick and the boys show no signs of packing it in, and these shows promise to be full of energetic renditions of classics like "Satisfaction," "Honky Tonk Women" and "Wild Horses." $163 to $623. Go to ticketmaster.com. 8 p.m. Monday, June 3

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