Deer Path Art League invites the community to an opening reception for its â€œFaculty/Member Showâ€ on Aug. 19 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Itâ€™s Time to Celebrate a 150th birthday in Lake Forest, and we hope your family can join us for the party! A day of fun, great music and fabulous food is planned to commemorate the Cityâ€™s Sesquicentennial right in the heart of our community.
LEAD is seeking a part-time Communications & Office Manager to join its team dedicated to strong families and healthy youth in Lake Forest, Lake Bluff, and Knollwood. Primary responsibilities include creating and executing marketing and public relations strategies to build awareness of and participation in LEAD and Speak Up! Prevention Coalition programs and initiatives, expanding both organizations’ presence via social media, and providing administrative support for the operation of both organizations
Save the date of Saturday, Oct. 29 at 7:30 p.m. for a â€œHalo-ween Costume Partyâ€ at the Lake Forest Club (for adults 21 and over), benefiting the Steven Malin Jr. Memorial Scholarship fund. Tickets for the fundraiser will soon be available for purchase online at www.movingforwardhangingon.com
On Saturday September 24, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. in Lake Forest High Schoolâ€™s Raymond Moore Auditorium, the Lake Bluff History Museum hosts the premiere of A Childhood Lost & Found: A Journey Back to the Lake Bluff Childrenâ€™s Home, an emotional and touching documentary film about an institution founded 117 years ago when six homeless children from Chicago were brought by Methodist deaconesses to live in a rented Lake Bluff cottage. Over a 75 year period, this institution provided a home for thousands of children. Their story is the subject of this film, produced by Kraig Moreland.
While the NASCAR engines roared on the Westside of Indianapolis at the Brickyard, the American Super Cup Series kindled the crowds on east side at the world famous Speedrome.
There were a few ups and downs, but in general the Lawmen team had a successful road trip south to Indianapolis recently. While the NASCAR Nationwide Series #14 Hefty Chevy driven by Eric McClure was bumping and banging at Lucas Oil Raceway Park on one side of town, the Lawmen team
Lake Forest Graduate School of Management invites the community to attend its upcoming workshop, â€œMastering Meetings for Maximum Results and Minimum Painâ€ to be held Sept. 21 from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. at the schoolâ€™s Lake Forest campus.
If you’re visiting garage sales this summer–or hosting one of your own–keep your eye out for children’s books. Bernies Book Bank is collecting children’s books and will actually pick them up from your house … or if it’s more convenient, you can drop them off at Wisma in Lake Bluff, one of BBB’s local book drop partners.