Stories about La Grange, Illinois
Endless Summerfest was held Aug. 5-7 at Gordon Park in La Grange.
The two governmental bodies that have a say in the future of three closed tennis courts at 53rd Street and Catherine Avenue in La Grange soon will meet to discuss solutions.
The 48th annual La Grange Craft Fair returned July 15-17 and featured the handmade work of over 175 craftspeople and artists.
Popular tennis courts in La Grange have closed following a dispute between the Park District of La Grange and District 105.
The La Grange Area Historical Society's summer exhibit, “Technological Treasures That Changed Our Lives,” is on display through September.
La Grange Juneteenth celebration focuses on improving race relations
Community organizations announce a Juneteenth event offering an indoor hour of prayer, recognition, restoration and celebration June 20. Featured speaker will be the Rev. Wheeler Parker Jr., civil rights activist and cousin of Emmett Till.
Eddie Sugarman directs the famous musical, whose lyrics are by Stephen Sondheim.
Helping bring community together, the grant was used for the purchase of a mobile kitchen unit for classes, 11 sewing machines, 11 ukuleles and a Meeting OWL Pro, a 360-degree conferencing camera.
Wesley’s Place in La Grange, the western suburbs’ newest folk venue, will present noted singer-songwriter Mark Dvorak in concert.
A total of 80 volunteers are needed for the tree planting at the campuses in La Grange and Western Springs.
The Illinois Superstate Festival is tantamount to the state finals for any other sport or activity.
Via Zoom, an expert panel of local educators will explore issues surrounding the achievement gap.
Over 20 stores and restaurants will provide free gifts, discounts and one-day-only offers from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 9.
Events including a one-act play festival, college night and student-led charitable project, along with the call for Hall of Fame nominations, are announced by Lyons Township High School District 204.