When Amy Amdur, all of six years old, exhibited her works at an art show in Highland Park, she was offered $25 for a painting — a fortune to a child.
The path to Brushwood, off of Riverwoods Road, winds its way through a chute of tall trees, with sinuous limbs that appear to reach out for each other to form a hooded canopy.
The North Shore is small and the North Shore equestrian world is even smaller. Already a tight-knit community simply by trade, horse and pony owners develop close bonds with one another.
The Children’s Research Fund North Suburban Board (CRFNSB), formerly the North Suburban Medical Research Junior Board is planning an event on Oct. 18 to raise money for pediatric brain tumor research at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.