Unplug and Reconnect: Outdoor Activities to Enjoy on the North Shore
High school students can use the library’s gathering rooms to focus on finishing their finals. This will take place on the 2nd of December, on a Thursday at 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Further information can be found at www.winnetkalibrary.org. Furthermore, The Northbrook Public Library will be hosting an Israeli Discussion Group virtually at : a.m. on Thursday the 23rd of December via Zoom. Register before the deadline of two weeks prior to the event date or before the registration due date. The participants should receive to receive an email with additional information 2 days following registration.
Storytime is free to everyone and will take place in the Skokie Public Library located at Oakton Street, Skokie. This event is led by Mrs. Cathy, this event is designed for children ages from a few years old to three, but children younger than three are also welcome. It is not a large enough space, and you must register; find out more at www.northbrook.info. Also, people over can get strength and exercise advice through BeStrong’s smaller group personal training session at : p.m. the following day at the Winnetka-Northfield Public Library, located at Oak Street in Winnetka.
JCC Chicago invites everyone to be part of this Hanukkah celebration with Latkes and Libations and Lo-Mein. The event is scheduled on Thursday, December nd at p.m., at the Bernard Weinger JCC situated at Revere Drive, Northbrook. This event is the opportunity for both young and old to connect and meet up with one another, while enjoying live music and games. There will also be delicious Chinese food. For those who wish to participate this event, registration is required. additional information can be found on their site, www.jccchicago.org. Similarly, at p.m.
The Winnetka-Northfield Public Library invites you to come along on Friday, December 4th for our Winter Film Series, “The Worst Person in the World”. In this event, we will gain insight into how the film was made “Home Alone” along with others that were shot on the North Shore. The event will feature tales of relatives who were in the same house as the filming process, footage shot by one of the neighbors, and will include interviews with local actors about their experiences when they were on set. Quiz questions is designed to test your knowledge of “Home Alone” as well as the other North Shore films.
Residents are invited to view the Norwegian Oscar nominee film featuring the young lady who is taking inventory of her history of boyfriends as a result of the highly regarded film scholar Scott Siegel. With Hoopla and Kanopy streaming services, this movie can be viewed on your computer at home. For more information, please visit www.winnetkalibrary.org. For more information, visit www.winnetkalibrary.org. Wilmette Public Library will also host “Imagination Playground” all day on the Friday of December 4th on Wilmette Avenue, in Wilmette. Participants will have an opportunity to create and play with the library’s big blue blocks. Further details can be found at www.wilmettelibrary.info.
The Village Church of Northbrook ( Shermer Road) will be hosting a joyful service on Wednesday, December 3rd. It will be a time of teaching as well as songs, candlelight and a message that is uplifting. In addition, this service will be livestreamed on https://villagechurchnorthbrook.org/sermons for those unable to attend. For more information, please contact the church at (- or visit their website at villagechurchnorthbrook.org. Friends, families, and neighbors are also invited to attend the annual Holiday Sing on Village Green ( Maple Street in Winnetka) at P.M.
Finding Out the Learning
The Wilmette Public Library invites viewers to spend time exploring the dramatic Norwegian film “Joker” and also provides the chance for kids to play, develop and develop their imaginations. Joker is a captivating and powerful movie, is a must-see for those who are adults. Imagination Playground, meanwhile provides a brand new and exciting way to build and play with blocks. For more information about both of these events, contact at the Wilmette Public Library. Go on their website to check out their current available.