2 | July 11, 2019 | The lake forest leader calendar LakeForestLeader.com In this week’s LEADER Pet of the Week10 News From Your Neighbors 13 Editorial15 Puzzles18 Faith Briefs20 Dining Out23 Home of the Week24 Athlete of the Week27 The Lake Forest Leader ph: 847.272.4565 fx: 847.272.4648 Editor Alyssa Groh, x21 firstname.lastname@example.org Sports editor Nick Frazier, x35 email@example.com Sales director Teresa Lippert, x22 firstname.lastname@example.org real estate agent John Zeddies, x12 email@example.com Legal Notices Jeff Schouten, 708.326.9170, x51 firstname.lastname@example.org PUBLISHER Joe Coughlin, x16 email@example.com Managing Editor Eric DeGrechie, x23 firstname.lastname@example.org AssT. 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For more information, visit www.lakeforestbookstore. com. Yes You Can Negotiate a Job Offer 10 a.m.-noon July 11, Career Resource Center, 40 E. Old Mill Road, Lake Forest. Prepare before getting an offer; Respond when an offer is made; Negotiate and close the deal. Howard Campbell is Principal of Campbell Career Coaching where he works with individuals and groups to develop excellence in career performance and fulfillment. For more information, call (847) 295-5626. Friday Birds and Brews 6-8 p.m. July 12, Lake Forest Open Lands’ Mellody Farm Nature Preserve, 350 N. Waukegan Road, Lake Forest. With more than 220 bird species in and around the preserves, the bird watching is spectacular. Come take an evening birding stroll through Mellody Farm Nature Preserve to identify the songbirds, see their nests and learn about this important migratory path. This event costs $10 for members and $15 for non-members. For more contact information, call (847) 234-3880. Summer open house for high school and transfer students 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. July 12 at Lake Forest College, 555 N. Sheridan Road, Lake Forest. Lake Forest College will host an Open House Program for high school and transfer students. Transfer students applying for Fall 2019 who visit before the transfer application deadline on Aug. 1, will receive $1,000 annually toward their cost of attendance at the College. To register, visit www. lakeforest.edu/openhouse or call (847) 735-5000. Saturday PASTA presents Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat 10-11 a.m. and 2-3 p.m. Saturday-Sunday July 13-14, Gorton Community Center, 400 E. Illinois Road, Lake Forest. The story follows Jacob’s favored son Joseph who is sold into slavery by his jealous brothers. For more information, call (847) 234-6060. Tuesday Flotstone Guest Speaker 5:30 p.m. July 16, Flotstone, 53 E. Scranton Ave., Lake Bluff. Come to Flotstone to learn more about electromagnetic radiation, the implementation of 5G, and how to protect yourself from their harmful effects. Welcome guest speaker Mieke Jacobs, an EMF specialist, to break down the science and laws that are bringing danger to the community. For more information, call (847) 482-1700. Wednesday The Community Church of Lake Forest & Lake Bluff presents “Tommy’s Honour” 5:30-8:30 p.m. July 17, Gorton Community Center, 400 E. Illinois Road, Lake Forest. Tommy’s Honour is the 2016 BAFTA Award Best Picture (the UK equivalent of the Academy Award Best Picture) about love, father and son relationships, social class dynamics and ultimately the game of golf. It is based on the true story of old and young Tom Morris, who ushered in today’s modern game of golf. There will be a barbecue, bagpipes and more. For more information, call (847) 234-6060. Women’s Luncheon: Helen’s Troy Noon July 17, Dickinson Hall, 100 E. Old Mill Road, Lake Forest. Actress, Playwright and Master Storyteller Megan Wells brings to life the famous Trojan War. A sweeping epic from the days of Homer, Megan’s unique version illuminates the heart of Helen. What was it like to live behind “the face that launched a thousand ships”? This event is $20 for members and $25 for guests. For more information, call (847) 234-2209. Upcoming LF/LB Chamber - Annual Luncheon with the Mayors 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. July 18, Deer Path Inn, 255 E. Illinois Road, Lake Forest. Come for the annual Luncheon with the Mayors featuring Kathy O’Hara, President of the Village of Lake Bluff and George Pandaleon, Mayor of the City of Lake Forest. For more information, call (847) 234-4282. How to Write Your Family History—Presented by Authors Mike Conklin and Judith Paine McBrien 7 p.m., July 18, History Center Lake Forest-Lake Bluff, 509 E. Deerpath Road, Lake Forest. Conklin and McBrien will discuss the family experiences that offer rich material for writing and will share strategies for beginning the process, where it’s for a short written story or an oral history. Register at lflbhistory.org or (847) 234-5253. Movie at the Beach - Christmas Countdown 8 p.m. July 19, Forest Park Beach, Lake Forest. What could be more enjoyable than a day at the beach? How about a night under the stars watching a family movie. This year there will be a showing of “Happy Feet.” Santa Claus just might be there before the movie to make sure all the boys and girls are being good. For more information, call (847) 234- 6700. LIST IT YOURSELF Reach out to thousands of daily users by submitting your event at LakeForestLeader.com/calendar For just print*, email all information to email@example.com *Deadline for print is 5 p.m. the Thursday prior to publication. Ongoing Lake Bluff Farmers Market 7 a.m.-noon Fridays, Lake Bluff Village Green. The annual market features summer flowers, baked goods, fresh fruits, veggies and more for sale. For more information, visit www.lakeblufffarmersmarket.com. Homefield Advantage 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday- Thursday and 1-4 p.m. Satuday-Sunday, History Center of Lake Forest- Lake Bluff, 509 E. Deerpath Road, Lake Forest. The Chicago Bears in Lake Forest-Lake Bluff an exhibit curated by the History Center of Lake Forest-Lake Bluff. For more information, call (847) 234-5253. Concerts in the Square 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursdays through July, Market Square, Lake Forest. Enjoy summer nights with free live music. Music, food, and fun for the whole family. For more information, visit cityoflakeforest.org. Go Walk 8 a.m. every Tuesday morning at the Lake Bluff Recreation Center, 355 W. Washington Ave., Lake Bluff. Free for all Lake Forest/Lake Bluff residents. Walks will be held outdoors, weather permitting, year round. On inclement days, walkers will be able to use the Fitness Center’s indoor track. Register at the Lake Bluff Park District www.lakebluffparks.org.
adno=STM000107932101 LakeForestLeader.com NEWS the lake forest leader | July 11, 2019 | 3 Lake Bluff parade theme focuses on reading Alyssa Groh, Editor For many years, the Lake Bluff Fourth of July Parade has attracted thousands of people to the streets of downtown Lake Bluff for its traditionfilled celebration. Al Trefts, president of the Lake Bluff Fourth of July committee, said the parade is widely attended each year. “This is a very special parade to the Village of Lake Bluff and it attracts 18,000 to 20,000 visitors from other areas,” he said. “We have a total of somewhere between 23,000 to 25,0000 people watching the parade in a village of only 6,000 people. It is very locally focused, and very strongly supported.” And this year was no different as paradegoers flocked to downtown Lake Bluff on Thursday, July 4, for the annual parade. Each year the parade focuses on a central theme, and this year the Lake Bluff Fourth of July Committee chose to focus the parade around reading, 2019 Parade Winners Business 1. LoMastro Performing Arts Academy 2. School of St. Mary 3. Forest Bluff Animal Hospital Community 1. PASTA-Performing Arts Summer Theatre Academy 2. Lake Bluff Park District 3. Scout Aquatics Just 4 Fun! 1. Lake Bluff naming this years theme “FREADOM on PA- RADE.” “We have a focus this year on reading, school and students since its the 150th anniversary of schooling in Lake Bluff,” Trefts said. In searching for the theme each year, Trefts said they always look to see which community organizations are celebrating anniversaries and then they choose their theme off of that. “We look through the different anniversaries and we pick one that will lend itself to somehow celebrating freedom,” he said. And this year, the committee found it is the 150th anniversary of schooling in Lake Bluff, and the Lake Bluff Alliance for Excellence and the Lake Bluff Public Library are also celebrating anniversaries. “...We chose ‘FREA- DOM on PARADE’ as this year’s theme to recognize these institutions and organizations and to reflect on the power of Lawnmower Precision Drill Team 2. Pugs (for) Unity (in) Government! Snort! 3. Red Rooster Fire Department Paid Band 1. The Chicago Highlanders Pipes & Drums 2. Colts Drum & Bugle Corps 3. Antioch Brass Dixieland Jazz Paid Unit 1. South Shore Drill Members of The Falcons Hockey Association walk in the parade. learning to read and the benefits of receiving a quality education. Simply put, reading and learning provide knowledge and power and pave the path to freedom, independence and choice in life,” Trefts wrote in part on the Lake Bluff Fourth of July Parade website. And in honoring the anniversary of schooling in Lake Bluff, Lake Bluff Schools’ teachers and staff were the parade marshal this year. In total there were 110 floats in the parade, all of Team 2. Elite Striders Drill Team & Drum Corps. 3. Potts & Pans Steelband Youth 1. CROYA 2. O’Hare Irish Dancers 3. Lake Forest High School JV Dance Team Judges’ Choice 1. Lake Bluff Public Library 2. Fox Nation Indian Guides and Princesses 3. Lake Bluff Baseball Indicates for Cellular Regenerative Medicine • Knee, Hip &Shoulder Arthritis • “Bone-on-bone” • Menicus Tears • Avoid surgery&joint replacement • Plantar fascitis • Joint pain &inflammation Dr. David Rosania, MD CHICAGO magazine MAGAZINE TopPhysician 2018 Paradegoers (left tor right) Angie, Ann-Marie and Ayumi Astrada enjoy the Lake Bluff Fourth of July parade from the side of the road Thursday, July 4. Photos by Sarah Zaute/22nd Century Media which were local. Trefts said parade entries vary slightly each year, but many return year after year. And to make things a little more fun, each parade float is entered into a contest vying to win an award in one of seven categories: Business, Community, Just 4 Fun, Paid Band, Paid Unit, Youth and Judges choice. If you missed the Fourth of July Parade, visit www. celebrate.lb4july.org to watch the video. 847.243.6978 *Stem Cell Recruitment (SCR) is a trademark of Russell Health, Inc. The treatments described on this marketing are not considered to be standard of care for any condition or disease. SCR attempts to utilize minimally manipulated amniotic fluid and are comprised of amniotic fluid components intended for homologous use to supplement tissue. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Results may vary. See complete disclosure at painfreepainrelief.com.