Meteorologists say summer starts on June 1st, and astronomers say it's on the summer solstice, but in Highland Park summer really begins when Ravinia opens.
To celebrate a new Ravinia season, we have a display in the lobby, and on Pinterest, of books by and about Ravinia artists. Here are a few of our favorites:
Ivonne Rodiguez of the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) will discuss the costs of attending college, types and sources of financial aid, and how to apply for financial aid. The program starts at 7:30 p.m. and will be held in the Auditorium. No registration required.
The Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) is the college access and financial aid agency in the state of Illinois that administers scholarship, grant, prepaid tuition, and student loan repayment/forgiveness programs.
Money Smart Week will be held April 20-27, 2013. The campaign provides a week of classes and events aimed at helping consumers make informed choices when managing their personal finances. Roughly 500 free educational classes will take place in the Chicago area focusing on financial topics for people of all ages and walks of life, from budgeting to estate planning. For more information or to view a complete listing of calendar events around Chicagoland, visit www.moneysmartweek.org.
The Consolidated Election of 2013 will elect candidates for Highland Park City Council, Moraine Township offices, Park District of Highland Park commissioners and school board members for both North Shore School District 112 and Township High School District 113, trustees for the College of Lake County, and the Regional Board of School Trustees.
Township High School District 113 also has a Proposition to Issue $89,000,000 School Building Bonds issue.
We received the IRS 1040 Booklets. (3/4/13)
We have a limited supply of the Illinois 1040 instruction booklets and are asking people to take one (1) booklet per person. Due to state budget cuts, the Illinois Department of Revenue printed 100,000 booklets rather than the 500,000 of previous years. There are no plans to reprint the instruction booklets after the initial 100,000 copies are distributed. (2/20/13)