Fleetwood – Jourdain Center
Sunday, February 26, 2:00 – 3:30 PM
Come take the Index Card Tower Engineering Challenge! Families with children ages 6-10 are invited to fine-tune your engineering skills in this fun STEM session with an engineering expert and library staff.
Space is limited and registration required.
Call the Evanston Public Library Children’s Services at: 847-448-8610 to register.
Check out Spring Sessions of Field Hockey for various grades for April 3 – June 3. Find more info here.
QUAD INDOOR SPORTS
2454 OAKTON AVENUE, EVANSTON, IL 60202
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Snowflake 2017 will take place Friday, February 24, 2017 at Chute Middle School.
Evanston middle school students have been living it up at Snowflake since 2001, when it was first held in our community. Snowflake is an annual event that typically takes place in February. The Evanston Snowflake event is part of a larger, statewide initiative, Operation Snowball, which is sponsored by the Illinois Association of Behavioral Health.
Snowflake 2017 will feature fun activities in small groups as well as performances by Imagination Theater that will focus on respect, peer pressure, self-esteem and communication. Not only will the students watch the Imagination Theater performers, but they even have a chance to take part in the performance! We will also feature The Leadershop Group, which is a high school group that uses skits, music, and dance, to address topics of relevance to their peers such as bullying, substance abuse, peer pressure, gossip, decision making, diversity and growing up. During small group, each group is led by one Evanston Township High School student facilitator and one adult facilitator. Small group activities are interactive and encourage students to discuss issues they face as middle school students.
For more information, please visit the website
Download registration form: Snowflake 2017 Brochure or register you middle school student online
Parents, early (and not so early) childhood educators, park and rec staffers, children’s librarians, nature and forest educators, play therapists, and anyone interested in livable and child-friendly environments – come and hear about this unique professional approach to children’s play!
Evanston Youth Lacrosse Association is a not-for-profit, community-based organization serving Evanston, Illinois. We offer competitive and instructional youth Boys Lacrosse programs for grades K-8, and Girls Lacrosse programs grades K-8. (Girls are welcome to play in our Boys-rules lacrosse programs) Scholarships are available
Find registration information here
Join us for the final Northwestern Men’s Basketball School Days event for our game against Rutgers on February 18th! All students 8th grade and under will receive a free limited edition Northwestern hat and game program!
Northwestern Men’s Basketball continues to roll! With Sunday’s victory over Ohio State, the ‘Cats now own an overall record of 16-4 (5-2 Conference) and are in third place in the Big Ten.
Another great option for Summer Camp 2017.
Here is a complete list of classes SummerCampFlier2017_v2.0
Join in this fun evening of creating portraits of our finest furry friends with special guest artist, Theo Hall. Theo is the artist currently exhibiting her work in the Nest at Gather through the support of the Visibilty Arts program at Search Inc. You will be inspired to make art, explore possibilities and finish a unique portrait of your favorite animal in the style of Theo’s canvas paintings. All materials included but please bring a photo of your pet or favorite animal to inspire your making.
Sunday, February 12, 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Fee: $35 per person. Space is limited.
Please RSVP by calling 847-859-2312.
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OPEN HOUSE DATES
January 31, 2017 Attendance Area Schools (Click here to view the District 65 school directory.)
February 1, 2017 Dr. Bessie Rhodes School of Global Studies (3701 Davis Street, Skokie)
February 2, 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Literary & Fine Arts School (2424 Lake Street, Evanston)
All kindergarten open houses will be held at our schools and will begin at 7pm. Please note that District 65 has 10 attendance-area elementary schools (grades K-5) and two magnet schools (grades K-8). Click here to view District 65 attendance maps. Applications for magnet schools and programs are available from January 31, 2017-August 9, 2017 for the 2017-2018 school year. The application process is open only to registered students living within the District 65 attendance boundaries.
Saturday, January 28, 4-5:30 pm, Community Meeting Room, Main Library
Come bring the family and celebrate Chinese New Year in two languages! We will hear a Rooster story, enjoy making Year of the Rooster crafts and the children will march in a rooster-themed Lion Dance parade. Both Chinese and English speakers welcome.
All fifth-grade girls are invited to join the ETHS female student-athletes
and coaches at ETHS for a fun morning focused on the benefits of
In addition to playing sports and having fun, girls get a chance to meet
new friends from other grade schools who they’ll be joining as 6th
graders next year at their respective middle schools.
The GPS Festival is FREE for all 5th grade girls.