A mere two days before the March 31 deadline to enroll in quality, affordable health coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace, Get Covered America-Illinois will host a last-chance enrollment workshop to help Oak Park residents get covered.
CAST Council is pleased to announce its annual benefit for the Henry E. Reid Memorial Scholarship Fund, Saturday, April 5th, 7:30pm-10:30pm. The event, The House That Rocks, will be held at the School of Rock, 219 Lake Street in Oak Park.
Kombucha, if you don't know, is a bubbly drink made by fermenting tea with yeast and other bacteria. It probably originated in Manchuria, northern China. You can make it at home…and it may help prevent cancer.
All River Forest children between the ages of 3 and 5 who are not currently attending the public schools are eligible for free screening services from River Forest District 90 Schools. Children from birth to age three who have a suspected delay in gross-motor, fine-motor, communications, cognition, self-help or social development may be screened by Oak/Leyden Developmental Services.
Guy Josif, who escaped the genocide in Darfur as a young boy and made his way from refugee camps to Israel to the United States, shares his story, "My Journey from Darfur to Freedom," in an effort to educate others about the oppression of his people and the problems that still exist in Darfur today.
On Friday, March 14, The Community Leadership Program (CLP), a partnership of Dominican University's Brennan School of Business, the Oak Park-River Forest Community Foundation and Communityworks, celebrated its' five year anniversary at a reception at the Nineteenth Century Club in Oak Park, IL.