FUN FOR PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
SATURDAY, AUGUST 5 9:30–11:30a.m.
Park is closed to general public
Registration Required (847) 272-5050 x 4260 or firstname.lastname@example.org -- Registration Deadline July 29, 2017
Residents with special needs and their immediate families and caregivers
are invited to enjoy carnival rides and entertainment. Northbrook Days is closed to the general public to accommodate this program. Reservations are required in advance.
Proudly Sponsored By:
The Northbrook Civic Foundation, The Berger Family,Northbrook Dairy Queen, North American Midway Entertainment, KGH Consulting, Oak Wealth Advisors
The Northbrook Civic Foundation would like to thank:
Northbrook Police Department, Northbrook Fire Department, Northbrook Park District and the Northbrook Community for their continued support
About Northbrook Days
Every year, volunteers across our community come together for five days and put on an exciting festival for residents of Northbrook and surrounding towns. The fest includes rides, games, live music, food, beer & wine, and much more! It's been a summer tradition at the beautiful Village Green Park in downtown Northbrook for decades.
Did you know that all the net proceeds go back the community?
Northbrook Days is a 100 percent volunteer organization, part of the Northbrook Civic Foundation. The festival is the foundation's sole fundraising event of the year.
Where does the money go?
Each year, the Northbrook Civic Foundation funds need-based college scholarships for students from Northbrook and grants for organizations that serve our community. Since 1950, the festival has raised more than $3 million to be given back to our community.
In May 2016, the foundation awarded nine seniors graduating from Glenbrook North High School a combined total of $45,000 in scholarship money to help make college possible for them.
In addition, the Northbrook Civic Foundation provides grants to many non-profit and social service agencies that serve Northbrook residents. Past recipients have included: Northbrook Park District, Northbrook Public Library, Youth Services of Glenview/Northbrook, Village of Northbrook, International Center on Deafness & the Arts, Northbrook Community Nursery School, Northbrook Historical Society, Northfield Township Food Pantry, North Suburban YMCA, Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts, Glenbrook North Grad Night, The Josselyn Center, Northbrook Community Garden, Northbrook Centennial Plaza, Northbrook Symphony, Special Gifts Theatre, NSSRA, Northbrook Baseball, Care Packages to Military Northbrook residents overseas, and much more.
If your organization has a project it believes warrants grant funding, please contact:
The Northbrook Civic Foundation, P.O. Box 232, Northbrook, IL 60065-0232 • www.northbrookcivic.com
Northbrook Days is just around the corner! John McCormack and Matt Settler stopped by our Cawffee Tawk studios to give us the details. Food, Music, Fun and Philanthropy! What more can you ask for?
Posted by Coffee Cup Productions LLC on Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Northbrook Civic & Northbrook Days Chairman, Matt Settler & Northbrook Days Entertainment Chairman, John McCormack, discuss this years Northbrook Days Festival with the Fine folks at "Coffee Cup Productions on line web series, Cawfee Tawk" Thanks to Kirsten Kuhlmann & Mark Tulloss.
Areal footage Courtesy of Steve Grundy. Thanks Steve!
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