About Ray Dykier
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The Northbrook Historical Society Board of Directors invites you to celebrate the 114th birthday of Northbrook and the new Hope Union Heritage Center at an open house! Join us on the lower level of the Northbrook Historical Society @ 1776 Walters Avenue where we will have door prizes, fun and good cheer, cake and refreshments. […]
The 37th Annual Shermerfest was held on September 20th, 2015 in the Village Green in downtown Northbrook.
Mary Munday (left) won the 2015 Apple Dessert Baking Contest with her delicious Applesauce Cake. Holding the winning entry is contest judge Jen Eisen who donated a $100 dinning certificate for her wonderful Northbrook restaurant House 406.
Buildings with true historic value are a rarity in Northbrook. That is why the Northbrook Historical Society is excited about an amazing opportunity it recently received. The church located at 1812 Chapel Court (corner of Chapel and Church Street) has been the home of the Christian Science Society since the late 1950s. The structure dates […]
The Village Board held a Committee of the Whole meeting on Tuesday, July 15 to discuss downtown planning initiatives which included Shermerville Commons, scheduled Capital Improvement Plan (C.I.P.) projects and downtown parking. During the meeting, Trustees came to a consensus that the Shermerville Commons proposal, which was to be located in the storm water detention area behind Village […]
The Northbrook Historical Society was organized in December 1973 and Incorporated in March 1974 by residents interested in preserving the history of our Village. As stated in the bylaws, the purpose of the society is:
To discover, collect, preserve, and disseminate knowledge, which will establish or illustrate the history of the Village of Northbrook, its exploration, settlement, development, and progress.