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“Musical Monuments” final season concert of Elmhurst Symphony

“Musical Monuments” final season concert of Elmhurst Symphony

  Talent abounds in the final concert of the Elmhurst Symphony’s 56th season on Saturday, May 6, 7 p.m., performing at Elmhurst Christian Reformed Church, 149 W. Brush Hill Rd.Concert tickets are $32 for adults, $30 for seniors, and $9 for students. Group and family rates are also available. Subscriptions […]

 
 

York High School presents West Side Story

York High School presents West Side Story

Celebrating it’s 60thanniversary, West Side Story is about New York, love, gang violence, and teens and adults not understanding each other; sadly relevant today, West Side Story hits on all of these themes. With a cast of 72, an amazing orchestra, and talented crew members, this production is one of […]

 
 

Scenic overlook at Greene Valley to open May 6

Scenic overlook at Greene Valley to open May 6

Great views at highest public ground in DuPage County See a soaring hawk, launch a model glider and see the Chicago skyline from 190 feet above the ground at the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County’s scenic overlook at Green Valley Forest Preserve in Naperville, which opens on weekends starting […]

 
 

EGG-citement for the whole family at Egg Hunt & Doggie Eggstravaganza

EGG-citement for the whole family at Egg Hunt & Doggie Eggstravaganza

Celebrate spring with the whole family, including the four-legged ones! Hop down to Wilder Park for Elmhurst Park District’s annual Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 15 at 10 a.m, where we’ll have more eggs than ever for our hunters! Visit with the Easter Bunny and be ready for the hunt […]

 
 

“To the Moon and Back” 4k walk

Dear Elmhurst community: We invite you to join us for the second annual Annie LeGere “To the Moon and Back” 4K walk on Saturday, April 22nd, starting at 10 a.m. at Sandburg Middle School. We celebrate Annie’s memory and the Annie LeGere Law that was passed in her honor on […]

 
 

ICGS 8th graders re-enact the Passion & Death of Christ

ICGS 8th graders re-enact the Passion & Death of Christ

     

 
 

“Misericordia Wild Game Dinner 2017” breaks record

“Misericordia Wild Game Dinner 2017” breaks record

Over 220 people packed the Elmhurst Knights of Columbus Hall Wednesday March 22, to support a fundraiser for Misericordia Home. Located in Chicago, Misericordia offers care and support for persons with mild to profound developmental disabilities. The 12th annual “Wild Game Dinner” presented by Navarro Catering, exceeded last year’s record […]

 
 

House Dems OK $800 million in new spending after heated debate

House Dems OK $800 million in new spending after heated debate

By Illinois News Network House Democrats on Thursday rushed through a vote on a stopgap spending bill to provide more than $800 million to human service providers and higher education programs for the final three months of the current fiscal year. Republicans called it irresponsible, saying it will only make […]

 
 

Gain an understanding of the 2008 National Housing Crisis

The U.S. subprime mortgage crisis in 2008 was a nationwide banking emergency that contributed to the deepest recession since the Great Depression. What were its causes and consequences, and what has America learned from this debacle? The Elmhurst History Museum welcomes Steven W. Kuehl to consider those questions on Thursday, […]

 
 

Glen Ellyn men charged with armed robbery

Glen Ellyn men charged with armed robbery

DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert B. Berlin announced today that bond has been set for the second of two men, both now former students at the College of DuPage, accused of stealing a female student’s purse and backpack at gunpoint in a College of DuPage parking lot. This morning, Judge […]