If you or anyone you know is dealing with a touch of the mid-life blues, here’s an inspiring story. Lake Bluff’s Carley Sullivan is going to the U.S. Adult Figure Skating Nationals in Salt Lake City,to compete in the Silver Ladies Championships.
â€œA Midsummer Knightâ€™s Readâ€ is the theme for the 2011 summer reading clubs. Registration begins June 1st. These free events feature great prizes for readers of all ages, toddlers through teens.
Summer special events begin every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday starting June 7th, including animal acts, juggling, puppets and more. See the Library newsletter or website for details; plan to join us for fun this summer!
The Lake Bluff Police Department has released the name and photo of a suspect detained on April 7 in connection to a burglary on the 300 block of North Avenue. The apprehended suspect is identified as: Lamonte D. Coleman, Jr., age 23, from Beach Park, IL.
A Lake Bluff police officer apprehended a man suspected of burglarizing a home on the 300 block of North Avenue on Thursday evening while officers and canines from neighboring departments searched the Village for two other suspects.
A young woman jumped into Lake Michigan near the sailing beach at Forest Park on Wednesday at about 6:15 p.m., surprising sailors from the Lake Forest Sailing team who were practicing in the frigid water nearby.
The Lake Forest-Lake Bluff League of Women Voters and Mothers Trust Foundation are co-sponsoring a panel discussion explaining how Illinois fiscal problems are affecting our children and our future. On April 10, the public is invited to hear three noted speakers address the ongoing tax issues Illinois faces with many of the resulting short and long term consequences.
The Lake Forest and Lake Bluff public school administrations plan a public meeting to discuss the NSSED issue, and they have a survey for parents of special ed students.
There are 12 days left in the Kickstarter campaign to help get “Beethoven in Vienna” onstage locally. Because this is its first fully staged production, and it’s likely to be seen by industry professionals who can take it to the next level, it is really important to maintain a high level of quality.
The Lake County Clerk’s office posted unofficial tallies that place Dick Block, Montgomery Edson and Nicki Snoblin in the lead for the District 115 School Board.
Saturday is the annual Woodcock Walk at the Skokie River Prairie, which is always a fun event hosted by Lake Bluff Open Lands Association. It’s from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. and is designed to celebrate and observe the wildly primal spring ritual of the male woodcock and a springtime evening in the prairie. You should dress appropriately for this 90-minute, potentially cold & wet event.