Polo players take to the Crab Tree Farm field on Saturday, June 22, to raise funds for Equestrian Connection scholarships.
Festival & Fireworks continues to be the most important fundraiser for the Lake Forest Parks and Recreation and the programs it supports.
Catholic Charities of Lake County will host its 24th annual The Art of Caring benefit on Saturday, May 18 at Exmoor Country Club.
In between trips to South America and Europe, Lake Forest’s Connie Duckworth explains how innovation in social entrepreneurship is reshaping the future of women in Afghanistan.
The Lake Forest Chapter of the Infant Welfare Society (IWS) of Chicago is one of the organization’s largest chapters.
Forest & Bluff is once again proud to announce this year’s I Care Award recipients, from Lake Forest and Lake Bluff, presented by Lake County Cares (LCC), once called the Volunteer Center of Lake Forest/Lake Bluff.
About 16 percent of students in Lake Forest and Lake Bluff have learning disabilities. Those children, along with their peers, have a significant chance at succeeding in school, due in part to the efforts of the Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Learning Disabilities Association (LDA).
It only takes a few minutes of sitting in Dr. Jim Gantt’s social studies class at Lake Forest High School (LFHS) to understand the excitement and interest his students have for learning.
“Shaken, not stirred” is the way James Bond ordered his martinis. And it’s exactly how the School of St. Mary’s Parents’ Club is serving up this year’s annual fundraising gala on Saturday, March 9 at 6 p.m.