5 things to do today: Wednesday, July 10
10th Wheel Gymnastics World Championships Gymnasts from all over the world are rolling into town for the tenth annual Wheel Gymnastics Competition. The sport originated in Germany and has since become a serious gymnastic category, involving contortions, exercises and vaults inside and around a large metal wheel. You have to see it to believe it. Holmgren Athletic Complex, North Park University. 9am–7pm. $10.
ART & DESIGN
"SEX. MONEY. RACE. GENDER: The Ladydrawers (of Chicago Ill." The Ladydrawers Comics Collective presents an exhibition and workshop series at the A+D Gallery featuring comics-focused social commentary and analysis. The Ladydrawers is an unofficially affiliated group of women, men, transgender, and non-binary gender folk who research, perform, and publish comics and texts about how economics, race, sexuality, and gender impact the comics industry, other media, and our culture at large. Columbia College A+D Gallery. 11am–5pm.
StoryCorps@ Your Library StoryCorps teams up with the Chicago Public Library and One Book, One Chicago to further explore OBOC's year-long theme of migration. Know someone with a great migration story to tell? Chicagoans can stop by 14 library locations from May through October and interview a friend, family member or neighbor. The interview will be recorded by StoryCorps and archived at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. Chicago Public Library, Chinatown Branch. 4pm–7pm.
Comedians You Should Know This night of comedy, curated by a group of funny dudes, puts local stand-ups on your radar. Timothy O'Toole's. 9pm. $10, advance $5.
OPERA & CLASSICAL
Juilliard String Quartet The legendary, indefatigable JSQ plays two quartets: Beethoven's String Quartet in F Major, Op. 135, and Mozart's String Quintet in D Major, K. 593. Also featured is a Ravinia premiere performance of Samuel Rhodes's Viola Quintet. Martin Theatre, Ravinia. 8pm. $40–$60; lawn $10, ticket and dining package $75.