Chicago Gifted
Community Center 
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CGCC Event Registrations

Upcoming events

    • September 07, 2018
    • November 09, 2018
    • 10 sessions
    • Central United Methodist Church, 8237 Kenton, Skokie
    Registration is closed

    LOGYC, Learning Opportunities for Gifted Youth, is a place where children can learn among other gifted children and have the opportunity to work at ability level versus being age restricted. At LOGYC, children can feel accepted for who they are, without having to hide their strengths or weaknesses. They don't need to underachieve to conform or feel isolated in feeling "not normal." They receive support for oversensitivities and integrating into a group learning environment.


    This unique community is a safe space to be gifted and to connect with like-minded peers, for students and parents alike.


    Registering for the co-op allows you to register for our many fabulous classes - check them out! 


    Many of our classes have flexible age ranges, as gifted kids often have asynchronistic development. If you have any questions about class details, whether a class would be appropriate for your kid[s], or the coop in general, please email us at logyc@chicagogiftedcommunity.org.


    • September 19, 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Emmett's Brewing Co, 110 North Brockway St., Palatine
    Register


    Do you wish you knew other parents of gifted children, just to talk about issues that only other gifted families can understand? Join us for dinner and conversation with parents of gifted children from the northwest suburbs to talk about concerns that are important to our kids and ourselves.


    There is no charge for this event, as everyone will pay their own way.  Please register so we reserve the right sized table for our group.  

    • September 25, 2018
    • 7:00 PM
    • Horse Thief Hollow, Chicago
    Register

    Beverly Gifted 

    Parent Supper


    Horse Thief Hollow

    10426 S. Western Ave. Chicago, IL




    We will meet for an informal dinner to share stories and to provide support for raising gifted children. These suppers will generally be scheduled for the fourth Tuesday of each month.  


    This event is "free" as everyone will pay their own bill at the end of the evening. Please register so that we can make the proper table arrangements. 


    These Suppers are a great way to meet other parents in your area. If you are interested in helping put together a Supper in your area, please contact our President, Newenka, at Newenka@ArvaMont.com. 


    • September 27, 2018
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Tacos El Norte, party room, 401 N Riverside Dr., Ste. 27 , Gurnee, IL 60031
    Register



    Join us for our first parent supper for the far north suburbs!


    If you are parenting a gifted child, or suspect you might be parenting a gifted child, please meet us for dinner and conversation with other parents of gifted children from our local area. We can talk about concerns, share resources, and make connections that are important to our kids and ourselves.


    There is no charge for this event, as everyone will pay their own way.  Please register so we reserve the right sized table for our group.  

    • September 30, 2018
    • 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Hinsdale Public Library
    Register

    Whether you are a board game aficionado or just getting started, this is the club for you. Risk, Settlers of Catan, 7 Wonders, and Ticket to Ride are a few we can explore. Bring your favorite game from home to play or to teach to the group if you would like.


    Snacks are welcome, but please be mindful that we are playing games so avoid sticky or messy items.


    Ages: Designed for ages 8 and up. There are many library activities available to keep younger siblings busy.


    Please Note: This is not a drop off event. Parents must stay on site at the library or are welcome to join in the fun.


    Event Location: 

    Hinsdale Public Library

    20 East Maple Street
    Hinsdale, IL 60521


    Fall Meeting Dates: Pick and choose which dates to attend, but please register for each date individually, thank you! 

    September 30

    October 28 (register)

    November 11 (register)

    December 9 (register)


      


    • October 02, 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Vine Academy, 125 South Vine, Hinsdale (second floor)
    • 34
    Register




    Join us for a roundtable for parents of gifted children on the first Tuesday of most months this school year. The discussions will loosely follow the book: A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children by Webb, et. al. Join us for one, or join us for all seven and save!  (This book is on special from the publisher for $16 for the hard back edition!)


    This month we will discuss the definitions of giftedness and the most common characteristics of gifted children. This will serve as an excellent introduction to giftedness.  


    Those following along in the book might like to read chapters 1 through 3.  


    First Tuesdays is facilitated by Kathy Nilles and Newenka DuMont.  Kathy is the mother of a gifted son, has a masters in gifted education and is the manager of  Parent Services for the National Association for Gifted Children.  Newenka is the parent of two gifted daughters, the president of the Chicago Gifted Community Center, on the board of the Illinois Association for Gifted Children and a master SENG Parent Group facilitator.  


    The member fee for First Tuesdays is $3 per session or $10 for all 7 sessions. Non-members pay $ 6 per session.  Membership is $25 annually, won't you consider joining CGCC and supporting our mission to facilitate educational and emotional support for gifted children and their families?  Fee waivers are always available, contact Newenka DuMont for details.  

    Register for all sessions


    Register for Next Month: Motivation and Enthusiasm

    • October 16, 2018
    • 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Ethical Humanist Society, Skokie
    Register

    A joint CGCC and HSGS presentation . . .


    CGCC Gifted Homeschooling 101 and 201: Introduction to Homeschooling and Reinvigorating Your Homeschool

    Location: Ethical Humanist Society, 7574 Lincoln Ave., Skokie, enter through side garden



    Tuesday, Oct. 16, 7:30 to 9 p.m.

    Ethical Humanist Society, 7574 N. Lincoln, Skokie, Illinois.


    How is the start of your child's school year going? Is your child having a smooth or rough transition back into the school year? If your child is in a brick and mortar school, are you thinking about maybe you need to homeschool but you don't know how to start? If you are homeschooling, are you looking for new ways to inspire your child or even yourself? Are you looking for community with other gifted homeschoolers? Ways to increase you child's opportunities for social interaction with intellectual peers? Whether your child has been tested for giftedness or not,  bring your questions to a Homeschooling 101/201 panel of experienced homeschoolers who are deep in the trenches of homeschooling their K-8 children and willing to share their insights, advice and company. These passionate, interesting women will challenge your ideas about homeschooling, giftedness, and parenting.
    • October 17, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • The Commons, 117 N Cass Ave., Westmont
    Register

    This month the Westmont Daytime Book Group is reading:


    Brain Rulescover: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home and School, by John Medina


    Bring your favorite morning brew and join us for a discussion of this month's book and how it relates to your parenting challenges. Read the book in depth, skim it, or take a look at the book cover on Amazon before your run out the door!  The objective is to use the book to frame the discussion with other parents who face the same kinds of parenting challenges you do!


    The next book group meeting is scheduled for November 7, 2018. See what we are reading next month.

    • October 18, 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • MusikGarden Studio, 907 S. Lombard Ave., Oak Park
    • 18
    Register

    A Roundtable Discussion led by Sheryl Stoller


    What Does Gifted Look Like?

    Unexpected Characteristics of Gifted Children And What You Can Do to Help Them


     Oak Park, IL


    Contrary to popular opinion, it is not easy to identify a gifted child.  Some are obliging enough to teach themselves to read at a young age, or to build a new machine out of household items, but most are not. How do we find these gifted children? Especially the ones who are from socially diverse populations where giftedness is differently expressed or specifically suppressed? Or the ones who are gifted but also struggle with another learning difference – hidden or obvious?


    Sheryl Stoller is a PCI Certified Parent Coach®, founder of Stoller Parent Coaching, and the parent coach at The Center for Identity Potential. She is a Certified SENG-Model Parent Group Facilitator – Supporting Emotional Needs of Gifted, and mother of three intense children affected by asynchronous development, all of whom are now flourishing young adults. Drawing on her professional and personal experience, Sheryl specializes in coaching parents of children with intense behaviors and emotions, many of whom are gifted or twice exceptional. Through their collaboration with Sheryl, parents develop personal customized approaches in key areas such as: de-escalating and preventing reactive anger and worry in both their children and themselves; modeling and guiding their children in effective life skills; and recapturing joy and love on their parenting journey.  She invites you to visit her at www.stollerparentcoaching.com and her Stoller Parent Coaching FB page, or contact her directly at either sheryl@stollerparentcoaching.com or (708) 358-8289.

      

    Registration is required for this free event. If you wish a donation may be made during registration or in cash at the studio to support the venue. Please consider joining CGCC to help us make these and other events possible. Annual membership is $25. Fee waivers are available, contact Newenka DuMont for more details. 


    • October 23, 2018
    • 7:00 PM
    • Horse Thief Hollow, Chicago
    Register

    Beverly Gifted 

    Parent Supper


    Horse Thief Hollow

    10426 S. Western Ave. Chicago, IL




    We will meet for an informal dinner to share stories and to provide support for raising gifted children. These suppers will generally be scheduled for the fourth Tuesday of each month.  


    This event is "free" as everyone will pay their own bill at the end of the evening. Please register so that we can make the proper table arrangements. 


    These Suppers are a great way to meet other parents in your area. If you are interested in helping put together a Supper in your area, please contact our President, Newenka, at Newenka@ArvaMont.com. 


    • October 28, 2018
    • 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Hinsdale Public Library
    Register

    Whether you are a board game aficionado or just getting started, this is the club for you. Risk, Settlers of Catan, 7 Wonders, and Ticket to Ride are a few we can explore. Bring your favorite game from home to play or to teach to the group if you would like.


    Snacks are welcome, but please be mindful that we are playing games so avoid sticky or messy items.


    Ages: Designed for ages 8 and up. There are many library activities available to keep younger siblings busy.


    Please Note: This is not a drop off event. Parents must stay on site at the library or are welcome to join in the fun.


    Event Location: 

    Hinsdale Public Library

    20 East Maple Street
    Hinsdale, IL 60521


    Fall Meeting Dates: Pick and choose which dates to attend, but please register for each date individually, thank you! 

    September 30 (register)

    October 28

    November 11 (register)

    December 9 (register)


      


    • November 01, 2018
    • Various
    Register


    I get it - CGCC is a member run organization and since I am a member, I would like to help.  Sign Me Up! 


    Please register as a way to let us know what you might like to assist with.  Thank you! 



    • November 02, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 3:20 PM
    • 8237 N. Kenton Ave., Skokie
    Register

    LOGYC 


    Come spend a day visiting the LOGYC Co-op! Come and meet people, observe classes, ask questions, and see what we're all about. Come for one block or several, and bring a (nut-free) lunch.


    LOGYC is a coop for gifted homeschooling students aged 4 through 18. To learn more about the coop, see our coop FAQs.


    Please register, and someone will contact you with more details.  

    • November 06, 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Vine Academy, 125 South Vine, Hinsdale (second floor)
    • 35
    Register




    Join us for a roundtable for parents of gifted children on the first Tuesday of most months this school year. The discussions will loosely follow the book: A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children by Webb, et. al.   It is not too late for members to sign up for the whole series!


    Register for the First Tuesdays in Hinsdale Series


    This month we will discuss motivation and enthusiasm.  Gifted children can struggle with school and activities that assume they are less capable than they are.  They can get tired of waiting for others to catch up or catch on.  Sometimes it is just easier to be like everyone else.  


    Those following along in the book might like to read chapter 4.  


    First Tuesdays is facilitated by Kathy Nilles and Newenka DuMont.  Kathy is the mother of a gifted son, has a masters in gifted education and is the manager of  Parent Services for the National Association for Gifted Children.  Newenka is the parent of two gifted daughters, the president of the Chicago Gifted Community Center, on the board of the Illinois Association for Gifted Children and a master SENG Parent Group facilitator.  


    The member fee for First Tuesdays is $3 per session or $10 for the remainder of the series. Non-members pay $ 6 per session.  Membership is $25 annually, won't you consider joining CGCC and supporting our mission to facilitate educational and emotional support for gifted children and their families?  Fee waivers are always available, contact Newenka DuMont for details.  


    Register for Next Month: Discipline and Self-Management 
    • November 07, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • The Commons, 117 N Cass Ave., Westmont
    Register

    This month the Westmont Daytime Book Group is reading:


    Ten Things Not to Say to Your Gifted Child: One Family's Perspective

     by Nancy Heilbronner


    Bring your favorite morning brew and join us for a discussion of this month's book and how it relates to your parenting challenges. Read the book in depth, skim it, or take a look at the book cover on Amazon before your run out the door!  The objective is to use the book to frame the discussion with other parents who face the same kinds of parenting challenges you do!


    The next book group meeting is scheduled for December 5, 2018. See what we are reading next month!

    • November 08, 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • MusikGarden Studio, 907 S. Lombard Ave, Oak Park
    • 20
    Register

    Please note: this discussion is now scheduled for Nov 8.


    Book Discussion: 

    Parenting Gifted Children 101: An Introduction to Gifted Kids and Their Needs 

    by Tracy Inman and Jana Kirchner


    An "introductory course" to better understand and help your gifted child. Covers myths about gifted children, characteristics of the gifted, the hows and whys of advocacy, social and emotional issues and needs, strategies for partnering with your child's school, and more. We all lead busy lives; sometime we don’t get through the book. That’s okay! Come anyway!

      

    Registration is required for this free event. If you wish a donation may be made during registration or in cash at the studio to support the venue. Please consider joining CGCC to help us make these and other events possible. Annual membership is $25. Fee waivers are available, contact Newenka DuMont for more details. 


    • November 11, 2018
    • 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Hinsdale Public Library
    Register

    Whether you are a board game aficionado or just getting started, this is the club for you. Risk, Settlers of Catan, 7 Wonders, and Ticket to Ride are a few we can explore. Bring your favorite game from home to play or to teach to the group if you would like.


    Snacks are welcome, but please be mindful that we are playing games so avoid sticky or messy items.


    Ages: Designed for ages 8 and up. There are many library activities available to keep younger siblings busy.


    Please Note: This is not a drop off event. Parents must stay on site at the library or are welcome to join in the fun.


    Event Location: 

    Hinsdale Public Library

    20 East Maple Street
    Hinsdale, IL 60521


    Fall Meeting Dates: Pick and choose which dates to attend, but please register for each date individually, thank you! 

    September 30 (register)

    October 28 (register)

    November 11

    December 9 (register)


      


    • November 27, 2018
    • 7:00 PM
    • Horse Thief Hollow, Chicago
    Register

    Beverly Gifted 

    Parent Supper


    Horse Thief Hollow

    10426 S. Western Ave. Chicago, IL




    We will meet for an informal dinner to share stories and to provide support for raising gifted children. These suppers will generally be scheduled for the fourth Tuesday of each month.  


    This event is "free" as everyone will pay their own bill at the end of the evening. Please register so that we can make the proper table arrangements. 


    These Suppers are a great way to meet other parents in your area. If you are interested in helping put together a Supper in your area, please contact our President, Newenka, at Newenka@ArvaMont.com. 


    • December 04, 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Vine Academy, 125 South Vine, Hinsdale (second floor)
    • 35
    Register




    Join us for a roundtable for parents of gifted children on the first Tuesday of most months this school year. The discussions will loosely follow the book: A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children by Webb, et. al. It is not too late for members to sign up for the whole series!


    Register for the First Tuesdays in Hinsdale Series



    This month we will discuss discipline and helping your child develop self-management skills.  Gifted children often are thinking as a much older child would, and thus, disciple can be a challenge.  


    Those following along in the book might like to read chapter 5.  


    First Tuesdays is facilitated by Kathy Nilles and Newenka DuMont.  Kathy is the mother of a gifted son, has a masters in gifted education and is the manager of  Parent Services for the National Association for Gifted Children.  Newenka is the parent of two gifted daughters, the president of the Chicago Gifted Community Center, on the board of the Illinois Association for Gifted Children and a master SENG Parent Group facilitator.  


    The member fee for First Tuesdays is $3 per session or $10 for the remainder of the series. Non-members pay $ 6 per session.  Membership is $25 annually, won't you consider joining CGCC and supporting our mission to facilitate educational and emotional support for gifted children and their families?  Fee waivers are always available, contact Newenka DuMont for details.  


    Register for Next Month: Intensity, Perfectionism, Stress and Idealism
    • December 05, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • The Commons, 117 N Cass Ave., Westmont
    Register

    This month the Westmont Daytime Book Group is reading:


    Still under discussion - check back soon!  


    Bring your favorite morning brew and join us for a discussion of this month's book and how it relates to your parenting challenges. Read the book in depth, skim it, or take a look at the book cover on Amazon before your run out the door!  The objective is to use the book to frame the discussion with other parents who face the same kinds of parenting challenges you do!


    The next book group meeting is scheduled for January 9 for a "Phew, we survived the holidays Coffee!" 

    • December 09, 2018
    • 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Hinsdale Public Library
    Register

    Whether you are a board game aficionado or just getting started, this is the club for you. Risk, Settlers of Catan, 7 Wonders, and Ticket to Ride are a few we can explore. Bring your favorite game from home to play or to teach to the group if you would like.


    Snacks are welcome, but please be mindful that we are playing games so avoid sticky or messy items.


    Ages: Designed for ages 8 and up. There are many library activities available to keep younger siblings busy.


    Please Note: This is not a drop off event. Parents must stay on site at the library or are welcome to join in the fun.


    Event Location: 

    Hinsdale Public Library

    20 East Maple Street
    Hinsdale, IL 60521


    Fall Meeting Dates: Pick and choose which dates to attend, but please register for each date individually, thank you! 

    September 30 (register)

    October 28 (register)

    November 11 (register)

    December 9


      


    • January 09, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • The Commons, 117 N Cass Ave., Westmont
    Register

    This month the Westmont Daytime Book Group is relishing in having survived winter break!  



    There will be no book to read in preparation for this most casual get together!


    The next book group meeting is scheduled for February 6, 2019.  See what we are reading next month.  

    • February 02, 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    • Jason's Deli, Naperville
    Register



    Parents Luncheon 

    Jason's Deli 


    1735 Freedom Dr, Naperville, IL 60563

    We will enjoy lunch and conversation about gifted children and the challenges of parenting and educating them immediately following the Illinois Association for Gifted Children Convention Parent Saturday presentations. 


    Attendance at the IAGC session is not required.


    This event is "free," as all participants will pay for their own lunch. Please register so we can save enough seats!   

    • February 05, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Vine Academy, 125 South Vine, Hinsdale (second floor)
    • 35
    Register




    Join us for a roundtable for parents of gifted children on the first Tuesday of most months this school year. The discussions will loosely follow the book: A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children by Webb, et. al.   


    This month we will discuss the intensity, perfectionism, stress and Idealism.  Giftedness is often accompanied by many intensities, and these intensities can lead to other challenges.  Let's explore some of those!  

    Those following along in the book might like to read chapters 6 and 7.  


    First Tuesdays is facilitated by Kathy Nilles and Newenka DuMont.  Kathy is the mother of a gifted son, has a masters in gifted education and is the manager of  Parent Services for the National Association for Gifted Children.  Newenka is the parent of two gifted daughters, the president of the Chicago Gifted Community Center, on the board of the Illinois Association for Gifted Children and a master SENG Parent Group facilitator.  


    The member fee for First Tuesdays is $3 per session or $10 for the remainder of the series. Non-members pay $ 6 per session.  Membership is $25 annually, won't you consider joining CGCC and supporting our mission to facilitate educational and emotional support for gifted children and their families?  Fee waivers are always available, contact Newenka DuMont for details.  


    Register for the remainder of the series (including this session)


    Register for Next Month: Social Dynamics
    • February 06, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • The Commons, 117 N Cass Ave., Westmont
    Register

    This month the Westmont Daytime Book Group is reading:


    Still under discussion - check back soon!  


    Bring your favorite morning brew and join us for a discussion of this month's book and how it relates to your parenting challenges. Read the book in depth, skim it, or take a look at the book cover on Amazon before your run out the door!  The objective is to use the book to frame the discussion with other parents who face the same kinds of parenting challenges you do!


    The next book group meeting is scheduled for March 6, 2019.  See what we are reading next month.

    • February 21, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • MusikGarden Studio, 907 S. Lombard Ave, Oak Park
    • 20
    Register

    Book Discussion: 


    Nobody’s Perfect

    by Ellen Flanagan Burns
    OR

    Perfectionism: A Practical Guide to Managing "Never Good Enough" 

    by Lisa van Gemert


    Perfectionism can be a great attribute when you are creating a masterpiece, but it can cause sever problems, such as underachievement, procrastination and a feeling that your work can never measure up to your own expectations! The unhealthy side of perfectionism plagues many gifted individuals.  Come discuss perfectionism with other parents of gifted children.  


    We all lead busy lives, if you are interested in the subject, please join us for the discussion, the books will inform the discussion but having read them is not a requirement for attendance!  

     

    Registration is required for this free event. If you wish a donation may be made during registration or in cash at the studio to support the venue. Please consider joining CGCC to help us make these and other events possible. Annual membership is $25. Fee waivers are available, contact Newenka DuMont for more details. 


    • March 05, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Vine Academy, 125 South Vine, Hinsdale (second floor)
    • 35
    Register




    Join us for a roundtable for parents of gifted children on the first Tuesday of most months this school year. The discussions will loosely follow the book: A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children by Webb, et. al.   


    This month we will discuss the social interactions of gifted children, who can struggle as they are out of step with social expectations.  We will discuss finding friends, dealing with peers and sibling issues.   

    Those following along in the book might like to read chapters 8 and 9.  


    First Tuesdays is facilitated by Kathy Nilles and Newenka DuMont.  Kathy is the mother of a gifted son, has a masters in gifted education and is the manager of  Parent Services for the National Association for Gifted Children.  Newenka is the parent of two gifted daughters, the president of the Chicago Gifted Community Center, on the board of the Illinois Association for Gifted Children and a master SENG Parent Group facilitator.  


    The member fee for First Tuesdays is $3 per session or $10 for the remainder of the series. Non-members pay $ 6 per session.  Membership is $25 annually, won't you consider joining CGCC and supporting our mission to facilitate educational and emotional support for gifted children and their families?  Fee waivers are always available, contact Newenka DuMont for details.  


    Register for the remainder of the series (including this session)


    Register for Next Month: Complexities of Parenting 
    • March 06, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • The Commons, 117 N Cass Ave., Westmont
    Register

    This month the Westmont Daytime Book Group is reading:


    Still under discussion - check back soon, but save the date!  


    Bring your favorite morning brew and join us for a discussion of this month's book and how it relates to your parenting challenges. Read the book in depth, skim it, or take a look at the book cover on Amazon before your run out the door!  The objective is to use the book to frame the discussion with other parents who face the same kinds of parenting challenges you do!


    The next book group meeting will be on April 10, 2019.  See what we are reading for that meeting.



    • April 02, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Vine Academy, 125 South Vine, Hinsdale (second floor)
    • 35
    Register




    Join us for a roundtable for parents of gifted children on the first Tuesday of most months this school year. The discussions will loosely follow the book: A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children by Webb, et. al.   


    This month we will discuss family values and traditions, and the complexities of parenting gifted children. Moral and cultural development are important parental responsibilities.  What other complexities do parents of gifted children need to navigate? 

    Those following along in the book might like to read chapters 10 and 11.  


    First Tuesdays is facilitated by Kathy Nilles and Newenka DuMont.  Kathy is the mother of a gifted son, has a masters in gifted education and is the manager of  Parent Services for the National Association for Gifted Children.  Newenka is the parent of two gifted daughters, the president of the Chicago Gifted Community Center, on the board of the Illinois Association for Gifted Children and a master SENG Parent Group facilitator.  


    The member fee for First Tuesdays is $3 per session. Non-members pay $ 6 per session.  Membership is $25 annually, won't you consider joining CGCC and supporting our mission to facilitate educational and emotional support for gifted children and their families?  Fee waivers are always available, contact Newenka DuMont for details.  


    Register for Next Month: Schools and Advocacy
    • April 17, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • The Commons, 117 N Cass Ave., Westmont
    Register

    This month the Westmont Daytime Book Group is reading:


    Still under discussion - check back soon, but save the date!  


    Bring your favorite morning brew and join us for a discussion of this month's book and how it relates to your parenting challenges. Read the book in depth, skim it, or take a look at the book cover on Amazon before your run out the door!  The objective is to use the book to frame the discussion with other parents who face the same kinds of parenting challenges you do!



    • April 18, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • MusikGarden Studio, 907 S. Lombard Ave, Oak Park
    • 20
    Register