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- The Seeker, by Winnetkan Pauline Dohn Rudolph on Exhibit
- 09/01/2021 - 12/31/2021
- Making the Movie: “Home Alone” & Trivia Too
- Winnetka Historical Society Museum closed
- 12/27/2021 - 12/31/2021
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Recent Articles from the Gazette
Historical research can be challenging, but the results can often be insightful, satisfying and, more than often, surprising. All of ...
Originally appeared in the Fall/Winter 2021 Gazette, by Holly Marihugh Our WHS theme this year was “Growing Up in Winnetka,” ...
Originally appeared in the Fall/Winter 2021 Gazette, by Duff Peterson. In a village justly proud of its schools, Winnetka has ...
Originally appeared in the Spring 2021 Gazette, by Helen Weaver The lake was accessible to the public by the power ...
Originally appeared in the Spring 2021 Gazette by Joan Evanich Children’s Theatre of Winnetka’s directors and some past CTW members ...
Originally appeared in the Spring 2021 Gazette, by Holly Marihugh Lincoln Avenue sits in the heart of Winnetka and includes ...