Exploring North Shore Events for Families – Fun Activities for Every Age
High school students can use the library’s room for meetings to work on the final exams. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 2nd, from 10:00 a.m. till 4:45 p.m. Further information can be found at www.winnetkalibrary.org. Furthermore, Northbrook Public Library will be hosting a discussion group. Northbrook Public Library will be hosting an Israeli Discussion Group virtually at : a.m. on Thursday, December nd via Zoom. Join before the closing date of two weeks prior to the event or the registration date. When they register, participants can be expecting to receive an email two days later including further details.
Storytime is free to everyone and is held at Skokie Public Library at Oakton Street, Skokie. The event is hosted by the librarian Ms. Cathy, this event is designed for children ages from a few years old to three, but children younger than three are also welcome. Register early as space is very limited. Discover more at Northbrook.info. For those who are over the age of 18, you will find strength and fitness guidance through BeStrong’s small group personal training session at : p.m. the same day at the Winnetka-Northfield Public Library located at Oak Street in Winnetka.
JCC Chicago invites everyone to join in the Hanukkah celebration with Latkes and Libations and Lo-Mein. The event takes place in the Bernard Weinger JCC in Northbrook, Revere Drive. This event is the opportunity for both young and old alike to come together to interact with each other in addition to enjoying live music and games. There will also be delicious Chinese food. In order to attend this event, registration is required. more information is available at their website: www.jccchicago.org. Similarly, at p.m.
The Winnetka-Northfield Public Library invites everyone to come join us for”The Winter Film Series “The Worst Person In The World” on Thursday, December 3. This event will gain insight into how the film was made “Home Alone” in addition to different films that are shot on the North Shore. There will be stories told by the family members that lived within the home during the filming, and view footage taken by a nearby neighbor, as well as hear the stories of local actors and extras about their experiences while working. The trivia test will test your knowledge on “Home Alone” along with other North Shore films.
Visitors are invited to check out this Norwegian Oscar nominee film featuring the young lady who is taking inventory of her boyfriend’s history, courtesy of esteemed film expert Scott Siegel. Through Hoopla as well as Kanopy streaming platforms, the movie can be viewed at the comfort of your home. For more information, please visit www.winnetkalibrary.org. It is also the Wilmette Public Library will also organize “Imagination Playground” all day on the evening of Friday, December 3, on Wilmette Avenue, in Wilmette. Large blue blocks in the library can be used to help children design and play with them. Further details can be found at www.wilmettelibrary.info.
The Village Church of Northbrook ( Shermer Road) will host an uplifting service on the Saturday, December 3rd. The program will consist of lessons as well as songs, candlelight as well as a message of happiness. 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, as well as neighbors are invited to every year’s Holiday Sing on Village Green ( Maple Street in Winnetka) starting at P.M.
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It is the Wilmette Public Library invites viewers to take a look at the dramatic Norwegian film “Joker” and also provides a unique opportunity for children to play, develop and develop their imaginations. Joker, a memorable and powerful movie that is an absolute must-see for people of all ages. Imagination Playground, meanwhile, offers a new and fun way to create and play. Find out more about these activities by contacting the Wilmette Library or going online to see their selections.