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Five Events This Week in Winnetka, Glencoe, Northfield

Every Monday, we'll feature upcoming events around the community. Want your event featured here? Add it to our calendar for consideration!

FREE Day Off School Open Gym

  • When: Monday, September 17, 10:00 am
  • Where: The Skokie School, 520 Glendale Ave, Winnetka
  • Why Go?: The Skokie School gym (520 Glendale) is open for play on this District 36 day off school on Monday, September 17. Kindergarten through 3rdgraders open gym is from 10 am – 12 pm and 4th – 8th is from 1 – 3 pm. The gym will be supervised by a Winnetka Park District staff member.  For more information contact the Winnetka Park District at 847-501-2040.
  • Pricing: Free

 

Northfield Village Board Meeting

  • When: Tuesday, September 18, 7 p.m.
  • Where: Northfield Village Hall, 361 Happ Rd, Northfield.
  • Why Go?: The Village of Northfield will host a public hearing to seek input on its plans to aggregate electricity for residents. Full agenda.
  • Pricing: Free

 

Winnetka Village Board Meeting

  • When: Tuesday, September 18, 7:30 p.m.
  • Where: Winnetka Village Hall, 510 Green Bay Rd, Winnetka.
  • Why Go?: The Village of Winnetka will present stormwater update and discuss other village-related issues. Full agenda
  • Pricing: Free

 

Skandal Ribbon Cutting

  • When: Wednesday, September 19, 5 p.m.
  • Where: Skandal, 907 Green Bay Rd., Winnetka
  • Why Go?: Winnetka will welcome a new Scandinavian boutique store in Hubbard Woods. 
  • Pricing: Free

 

"Memory in Fiction" Writers' Workshop

  • When: Thursday, September 20, 2012, 9:30 am
  • Where: Winnetka Community House, 620 Lincoln Ave, Winnetka
  • Why Go?: In the Off Campus Writers' Workshop. Fred will focus on the value of replacing the term “back story” with “memory”.  The opening speaker at OCWW for many years, Fred is an experienced literary editor, writer, and teacher of writing in the Northwestern School of Continuing Studies and private workshops. One of the greatest challenges faced by writers is finding ways to represent things that happened in the past, or the back story. Fred will suggest that a basic knowledge of how people remember their lives can enable writers to solve problems about the length, placement, and relevance of past experience, and improve the quality of the writing.  
  • Pricing: $15 

 

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