Things To Do
Nov. 7 will bring a powerhouse of speakers with “ideas that will change the world,” TEDxNaperville organizers say.
Oct. 29 8 p.m. |
On Aug. 25, Dr. Anjali Gupta was tapped to lead the Relapse Prevention Intensive Adult Program. It will enhance the center’s ability to help men and women in outpatient treatment address their addiction and mental health issues and transition to a lifestyle of recovery.
Oct. 29 6:21 a.m. |
Two years ago, Naperville resident Michael Brancato completed an Eagle Scout project at Tabor Hills in the facility’s Therapeutic Garden program. Now his younger brother David, 13, a student at Hill Middle School, has added his own project to the Naperville Park District.
Oct. 27 2:48 p.m. |
Jazz legend Herbie Hancock, the man whose music and influence has affected the world for seven decades, is coming to Naperville on Oct. 30. He will talk about his book, “Possibilities,” at North Central College’s Wentz Hall.
Oct. 24 4:41 p.m. |
Dave Braner, 46, is the principal of the new Naperville company, Newton's Cube, which will officially launch Oct. 21 with a ribbon cutting at the new 3,000-square-foot training center at 40 Shuman Blvd., near Diehl Road and Washington Street.
Oct. 24 11:38 a.m. |
Members of the Naperville Park Board met Thursday night during their final monthly meeting of the year to review plans for a few projects and events in the months ahead, including Ale Fest and a golf fitness room.
Oct. 24 9:54 a.m. |
U.S. 11th Congressional District incumbent Bill Foster (D-Naperville) met with Republican challenger Darlene Senger, of Naperville, during an election forum Wednesday night at Congregation Beth Shalom of Naperville.
Oct. 23 10:31 a.m. |
The Naperville Public Library Board of Trustees proposed projects Wednesday night that will include renovations at the Naper Blvd. facility, which are scheduled to begin next year and continue through 2016, as well as a complete renovation to the Nichols Library in 2016 and the 95th Street facility in 2017.
Oct. 16 10:28 a.m. |
The Naperville Park District’s new Knoch Knolls Nature Center held its grand opening Thursday night.
Rich Lochner, 57, of Naperville, motivates others to become better leaders in his company RPC Leadership Associates.
Sept. 22 9:15 a.m. |