Explore all 36 Lithuanian organizations that call the LWC home.
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The Matulaitis Mission holds Catholic Mass, administers sacraments, and hosts sacred music concerts.
Committed to the preservation of Lithuanian culture, the Museum sponsors lectures, concerts, poetry readings, and art exhibits.
A K-10 Friday & Saturday school, in session September through May. Lithuanian language, literature, history, folk singing and dancing.
An 80-some singer ensemble led by musical director Darius Polikaitis that performs choral music in the Lithuanian, classical, and sacred traditions.
The Spindulys Lemont dance ensemble, led by Kastytis Šoliūnas, includes 3 different age groups and practices weekly on Sunday evenings at the LWC.
The Grandis dance ensemble, led by Violeta Fabianovich, includes 6 different age groups and practices weekly on Sunday evenings at the LWC.
The LBA develops basketball teams of all ages that compete in various leagues and tournaments. The Academy practices at the LWC.
A 30-some singer ensemble led by musical director Dalia Grabliauskienė that performs sacred music during 11am Sunday Mass.
The CLBL has 13 teams that compete on the weekends in the LWC Riškus Hall. The season runs from September to May.
Egle’s dance company specializes in Latin, salsa, tango, hip hop, and ballet dancing and broadway musical training. Its studio is located at the LWC.
The archive and museum of the Lithuanian Scouts Association. It preserves books, magazines, and other publications that have to do with Scouts.
The ALVL has 6 teams that compete Sunday nights in the LWC Riškus Hall. The season runs from October to early spring.
The LF sponsors Lithuanian culture and traditions in the U.S. and worldwide. The foundation has their offices at the LWC.
An ensemble of children in grades 2-8 led by Darius Polikaitis that performs sacred music once a month during 9am Sunday Mass.
The Social Services Office consults on medical support, child and elderly well-being, immigration, document notarizing, and more
Lithuanian language closed Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are held at the LWC twice weekly.
The club has two leagues: over 30, led by Vladas Simkus and over 40, led by Arnas Blinstrubas. Games are played from spring through fall of each year.
The CLTTL plays at the LWC every Thursday at 7pm from November to May.
The Knights of Lithuania dance ensemble, led by Lidija Ringienė, practices weekly on Wednesday evenings at the LWC.
The LSA inspires young Lithuanians to become self-fulfilled individuals and to serve their country, community, and faith.
A pre-school for children ages 3-6. Regular classes, extended hours, and summer camps at the LWC.
The Lithuanian-American Community in Lemont seeks to preserve Lithuanian cultural identity for future generations.
Preserves and researches Lithuanian folk art from the past; creates, develops and fosters modern expressions of that heritage.
The VYF sponsors Lithuanian-American students who belong to the Scouts Academics. The fund has their offices at the LWC.
A “mom and tots” group that provides activities for children from 18 months through 3 years old, along with their parents and/or grandparents.