10 Must-Attend Summer Events on the North Shore

High school students can use the Winnetka-Northfield Public Library’s spaces for meeting to study for finishing their finals. This will take place on Wednesday, December 2nd between 10:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Further information can be found at www.winnetkalibrary.org. It is the Northbrook Public Library is hosting an Israeli Discussion Group via Zoom at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, December 2nd. Participants are advised to sign-up prior to the deadline of two weeks prior to the event date or before the deadline for registration. After registering, attendees should expect to receive an email within two days along with additional instructions.

Storytime is free to everyone and will be held in the Skokie Public Library at Oakton Street, Skokie. It is run by Ms. Cathy, this event is designed to be suitable for children from ages up to that three years old are welcome too. It is not a large enough space, and the registration process is mandatory. Find out more on www.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 class at p.m. that same day at the Northfield-Winnetka Public Library. It is located on Oak Street in Winnetka.

JCC Chicago invites everyone to take part in this Hanukkah celebration, which includes Latkes and Libations along with Lo-Mein. The party will be held in the Bernard Weinger JCC in Northbrook, Revere Drive. The event will offer the opportunity for both young and old to meet and mix with each other, with live music and games. There will also be delicious Chinese food. You must register in order to attend. Further information can be found at www.jccchicago.org. Similarly, at p.m.

The Winnetka-Northfield Public Library invites you to join us on virtually Friday, December 3, to watch the Winter Film Series, “The Worst Person within the World”. This program will give you an insight into the making of “Home Alone” as well as other North Shore films. The event will feature tales of relatives who lived in the home during the filming process, footage shot by a neighbour, and interviews with actors from the area about their experiences while filming. The trivia test will test your knowledge on “Home Alone” and various other North Shore films.

The public is invited to watch viewers of the Norwegian Oscar nominee film featuring a young woman taking stock of her boyfriend’s history, courtesy of esteemed filmmaker Scott Siegel. Through Hoopla and Kanopy streaming services, this film can be watched at the comfort of your home. For more information, please visit www.winnetkalibrary.org. The Friday of December 3rd. located at Wilmette Avenue Wilmette The Wilmette Public Library is hosting an “Imagination Playground”. The library’s large blue blocks allows children to make and enjoy themselves with them. Further details can be found at www.wilmettelibrary.info.

On Saturday, December th at, the village Church of Northbrook ( Shermer Road) will host a festive service with lessons, candlelight, carols as well as a message of faith. 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. Family members, friends, as well as neighbors are invited to an annual Holiday Sing on Village Green ( Maple Street in Winnetka) on December 1st at 6:00 P.M.

Learning Outcome

The Wilmette Public Library invites viewers to spend time exploring the remarkable Norwegian film “Joker” and also provides a unique opportunity for children to play, develop and expand their imaginations. for adults Joker is a remarkable and memorable film that ought to not be missed. Meanwhile, for the children, Imagination Playground offers an exciting new way of playing and building blocks. You can find out more about these activities through contacting the Wilmette Library, or by going online for their catalogue of offerings.

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