Chicago's North Shore

  • Northbrook, Glenview & Highland Parkare amongst top 100 prime areas in the U.S. for seniors to spend their golden years in the "2017 Best Cities for Seniors to Retire" report by consumer research website, GoodCall.com. GoodCall reviewed data from 1,662 cities nationwide. Northbrook, IL was ranked the #23 in the U.S. It was...
  • Chicago's North Shore Farmers Market Summer reminds us that there are so many great local options to go to and get the freshest produce that is locally grown and often organic.   Fresh eating and supporting our local farmers makes the season very special.  Check out these great choices in the area~   Glenview Farmers...
  • Canoeing with GoPro at Skokie Lagoons. This 5 minute video was created with iMovie, and is cut from 1h 20min video shoot.     Kayak & Canoe launch on Tower Road in Winnetka.   Directions to Chicago River Kayak & Canoe Rentals along site Tower Rd., West of Forest Way.  If you need a kayak or a canoe...
  • Cycling through Harms Woods Forest Preserve to Chicago Botanic Gardens.    This GoPro outdoor cycling 15 minute video through Chicago Forest Preserve, Harms Woods & Skokie Lagoons to Chicago Botanic Gardens with an average speed of 15 mph. Enjoy the beautiful views and cycling experience at the beginning of the Fall season....
  • Things to do in Downtown GlenviewCome visit Downtown Glenview and see why it is fast becoming a destination on the North Shore.Enjoy live theater and a variety of dining experiences that include pub eats, italian restaurants and more!Stop by the Glenview Grind for fresh brewed coffee that is sure to please the gourmet palate.Heinen's...
  • Every summer, Ravinia attracts about 600,000 listeners to some 120 to 150 events that span all genres from classical music to jazz to musical theater every June through September. As a nonprofit organization, community outreach and music education initiatives are our key mission. Over 75,000 people are served through Ravinia's Reach*Teach*Play...
  • Wagner Farm School Programs get students involved in everything from feeding the livestock and planting crops to buying supplies at an antique grocery store. If your kids think that milk comes in a carton, corn comes in a can and chicken comes in a cellophane wrapped package, its time for a visit to Wagner Farm. If transportation costs are an...