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Project Connect is offering an innovative social group for students (ages 10-17) who struggle in social situations. Contact Catherine Marquard at catherine@goodguidanceLLC.com for more information.
Countryside Fire Protection District is hosting a free boat safety class on Saturday, June 19. Call 847-908-6145 to register.
Registration for VH Jr. Cougars flag football opens up June 1. Tackle is already open. Flag football is open for Gr K-8. Tackle football is for Gr 3-8. Boys and girls can come out to join the fun. Visit our website to get registered:VHCOUGARS.ORG
This summer Carmel Catholic High School in Mundelein will offer a variety of athletic camps for students entering grades K-12. More details and registration can be found at carmelhs.org/summer/.
Clue: Stay-at-Home Version, based on the Paramount Pictures motion picture, inspired by the Hasbro, Inc. board game, adapted from the screenplay by Jonathan Lynn, with additional material provided by Hunter Foster, Eric Price, and Sandy Rustin. Whodunnit? Where? And with what? Was it Miss Scarlet in the Billiard Room with the lead pipe? Could it […]
Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana is continuing to offer its members a place to explore and learn while increasing their courage, confidence, and character. They are hosting free virtual parties with different topics – like being a detective or playing family Olympics. They are also starting a Becoming Me Series in partnership […]
Check out the fun activities available at Adler Arts Center this spring and summer, from music lessons to an arts festival.
The Lake Prairie Federation Indian Guides and Princesses program is a parent and child organization in the northern Chicagoland suburbs with hundreds of member families who have children in grades K through 8. With a strong focus on kids, family and fun, the Lake Prairie Federation helps build a strong bond and life-long memories for […]
Transform your child’s love for technology and video games into an exciting learning adventure! Code Ninjas Summer Camps offer an engaging and fun environment for children to explore technology, build problem-solving & critical thinking skills, gain confidence, and have a blast with friends! Choose from In-Center Camps (half-day or full-day) or Virtual camps (interactive 1-hour sessions.) We […]
Plenty of fun, family activities are coming up at Adler Arts Center this spring, including an Earth Day Celebration on April 24.