SC Johnson's Community Programs are free and open to the public. Programs are held at the Golden Rondelle Theater; advanced reservations are encouraged. Questions? Email - or call 262-260-2154 and leave a message - your call will be returned during business hours.  

March Programs

Help Your Lawn and Garden Thrive After Winter!

Wednesday, March 27; 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.

There is a Wait List for this program - email your name and contact information to to be added to the list.

Winters – especially the winter we’ve had – can be hard on our landscapes. Help your plants, trees, shrubs and lawn recover from the winter of 2019 with proper pruning, cleanup and dividing of perennials. 

Evaluate what you have in your garden and learn what to prune and when – and what not to prune. Then take steps to prepare your garden for greater success this year, including improving soil, proper fertilization, mulching and more.

We’ll also discuss things you can do to improve your lawn and how to identify what your lawn needs to prepare it for a great start for the season ahead! 

Nationally known gardening expert, TV/radio host, author and columnist Melinda Myers has more than 30 years of horticulture experience and has written over 20 gardening books. Melinda is a columnist and contributing editor for Birds & Blooms magazine and writes columns for Chicagoland Gardening, Wisconsin Gardening and The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

RSVP/Tickets: Advance reservations are encouraged.
No charge for the event.

April Programs

"Frank Lloyd Wright and Sustainability" with Stuart Graff

Wednesday, April 3; 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.

Frank Lloyd Wright founded a modern American architecture inspired by and built for nature. Wright spent his career advancing this concept of organic architecture. From broad organizational concepts, to the smallest of details, Wright’s work is an exhibition of the influence of natural and sustainable systems.

Join us for a discussion with Stuart Graff on how Wright’s eco-systems and his ingenuity manifested themselves in the creation of the SC Johnson Administration Building and Research Tower.

Stuart Graff, President and CEO of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, looks at Wright’s organic architecture as more than just the design of buildings and objects. He believes Wright was seeking to create an architecture for living – in which buildings played an essential role. Graff shares Wright’s quintessential American story of self-invention, love of democracy, and inspiration from our diverse landscapes.

RSVP/Tickets:  Advance reservations are encouraged.
No charge for the event.  RSVP at to reserve your seat.

SC Johnson Campus Tour
8:00-9:30 p.m. WRIGHT@NIGHT SC Johnson Campus tour. Following this Community interest Program, a special 1-1/2 hour evening tour of the SC Johnson Campus will be available. Advanced reservations are strongly encouraged and a separate reservation is needed. RSVP at

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"The Food Cure" – a documentary

Thursday, April 11; 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.

People say, “you are what you eat,” but is the power of food so great that it could actually cure or even reverse cancer? “The Food Cure” explores some of the most extreme claims made about nutrition and will encourage you to think about the intersection of health, food production and medicine in completely new ways.

The film follows the experiences of six cancer patients who choose a plant-based nutritional treatment in lieu of chemotherapy and radiation. It accompanies them over a period of more than five years, no matter what the outcome. Intimate and unflinchingly honest, this deeply moving documentary shows the astonishing feats that can be achieved with nutrition, while also portraying the obstacles and daily struggles patients experience.

Dr. Terry Mason, CEO of the Cook County Health and Hospitals System in Illinois and an expert on the making of the documentary, will introduce the program and answer audience questions following the film.

Dr. Mason is known for his work in brachytherapy, a form of advanced cancer treatment, especially for prostate cancer. Dr. Mason is an advocate for healthy living and works tirelessly to raise public awareness on sustainable healthcare for the country.

“The Food Cure,” a 100-minute film, is not rated.

RSVP/Tickets:  Advance reservations are encouraged.
No charge for the event.  RSVP at to reserve your seat.

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