Northbrook Historical Society turns 40 years old in 2014
Saturday Shermer Stories
Corner of Shermer and Meadow roads
7 to 9 p.m.
Learn about our Village and share your stories
A Sundae in the Park
Noon to 4 p.m.
Co-sponsored by the Northbook Historical Society and the Northbrook Dairy Queen
Download the flyer here
36th Annual Shermerfest on Sunday, September 21 from noon to 4 p.m.
Click herefor the application for "Classic Northbrook" our 14th Annual classic car show.
Shermerfest is a community tradition since 1979. Join us on the Village Green for music, activities, entertainment, an antique and collectible car show,
hot dogs and a soup lunch at the eagerly anticipated event.
St. Peter Cemetery Walk
Sunday, October 12
1 and 2:30 p.m.
Annual Birthday Open House
Sunday, November 16 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Do you live on a street named for a pioneer settler? Click this link to find out.
Take the Shermerville - Northbrook Quiz to see what you know about our Village's history.
November 2012 newsletter;
The two stores that have been in the shopping center from the beginning are
Phillip's Shoe Clinic and O'Reilly Cleaners.
Northbrook Memorial built to honor the 43 Northbrook Men who gave the Ultimate Sacrifice
Click on the link to learn about the memorial. To learn more about the 43 men stop in the History Museum.
Click on the link to view a
photo album of the dedication ceremony on Sunday, September 13, 2009
Click on the link to view a photo album of the memorial as it is built.
Click on the link to view a photo album of the Memorial Day 2009 ground breaking.
Former Historical Society board member Kati Spaniak took some beautiful photos of the 2009 activities and the Memorial Dedication. Click here to see the photos. The password is northbrook. It is case sensitive so please use a lower case first letter in the name of our Village.
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Have a comment, recollection or question for us? Write to the address above or send an email to the Northbrook Historical Society.