Auditorium - Meeting Room, HP Library
Cast members from Northlight Theatre preview the masterful whodunit by Agatha Christie, the world's greatest mystery writer. It's a play with an intricate plot and an ultimate final twist. One attendee will have a chance to win a pair of tickets to the play.
Newborns to walkers with parent or caregiver.
Introduce your baby to the sounds and rhythms of language using stories, music, and rhymes. Delight and stimulate your baby's senses and build a foundation for a lifelong love of books and reading. Each class will end with 1/2 hour of play featuring age-appropriate toys and time for socialization.
Fire Museum of Greater Chicago board Member Jeff Stern discusses Chicago's second greatest fire which struck the Union Stock Yards on May 19, 1934, and required the efforts of 1600 firefighters. Presented by the Highland Park Historical Society.
Ben offers a unique form of entertainment that blends art and science with a touch of magic. With his bare hands and a few simple tools he creates beautiful, humorous, and mind boggling soap bubble sculptures. Smoke bubbles, spinning belt bubbles, and giant bubbles are part of the show. Throw in some humor and a little audience participation and you get one of a kind entertainment that's sure to please young and old alike. ADULT ATTENDEES REGISTER AS AGE 21+.
Take on the world of gaming! It's a double elimination tournament. Regular rounds begin at 10 a.m. Pizza, drinks and dessert provided for registered gamers. Prizes and glory go to the winners, but there's fun for everyone! Family and friends are welcome to watch and cheer the players on.
Registration is required for gamers.
Book lovers-join us for a lively conversation about authors and books. Share your favorite recent reads and recommendations. Pick up a complimentary copy of a new or forthcoming book at each meeting. For avid readers and book club leaders looking for ideas. Join us in the downstairs meeting room.
Paula Anton (Ingrid Bergman) is a beautiful 19th century English singer studying in Italy. She is slowly being tormented by mysterious happenings in her luxurious Victorian home, which she inherited from her aunt, who was mysteriously murdered ten years earlier. Paulas apparently devoted husband, Gregory (Charles Boyer), tries to convince her that she is just imagining things. Directed by George Cukor, the film also stars Joseph Cotton and Angela Lansbury.
Presented with the Highland Park Senior Center.
Professional organizer Bonnie Shay presents tips.
Presented by the Highland Park Senior Center. Admission is $10 for non-members of the Senior Center.