Welcomes anyone interested in learning more about Texas Instruments computers. Focus is on the TI-99/4, TI99/4A, TI-99/5, TI-99/8, CC-40, and 9640. Each month there are demonstrations of programs and tutorials.
The club sponsors a variety of group rides and special programs. Rides are offered for any level of ability, from beginner to the most experienced riders, and are open to all cyclists 16 years old or older with bicycles in safe working order. Those under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Sponsors the North Shore Century held on the third Sunday in September.
Meets at 7:30 pm on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Ladd Arboretum, McCormick and Bridge Streets, Evanston
630 Davis St. (in the Chandler's Bldg.) Evanston, IL
Meets second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. to discuss books and exchange free books. Bring books to give away, but not required for attendance.
Serious chess in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere for adults (high school and older.) Junior players rated 900+ are welcome to play in our weekend tournaments. Beginners welcome. Membership is free. Sets provided, but bring clocks. Meets at Levy Senior Center,300 Dodge Avenue, Evanston IL 60202.
Local homebrewers who get together on the third Thursday of the month at the Prairie Moon (1502 Sherman Avenue, Evanston, IL) from 7:00p-10:00p in the back bar. Group promotes the craft of homebrewing through knowledge-sharing between members, develops an active and flourishing social network of members through events and meeting, and promotes the appreciation of craft beers.
The Evanston North Shore Bird Club is devoted to birding and protecting local natural resources, offers programming and field trips. Membership meetings held every fourth Tuesday of the month, September through April (no December meeting), 7:30 p.m. at the Evanston Ecology Center.
Evanston North Shore Bird Club has adopted the new (as of October 2015) Clark Street Beach Bird Sanctuary. Volunteers work inside the sanctuary learning about plants and keeping them healthy. We invite people who would like to be bird monitors or volunteers to contact us at email@example.com.
Sponsors youth basketball league for 6th, 7th and 8th grade boys and girls. Focus is on providing African-American youth with positive role models, teaching good sportsmanship, team play and value of education. The twenty-four team league consists of fourteen boys teams, eight girls teams and two cheerleading squads.
New group of beginning and advanced ukulele players from the Chicago area. Monthly meetings are on the first Sunday, 3:30-5:30 p.m. at the Evanston Public Library. Each meeting will consist of learning a topic facilitated by one of the members, playing session and occasional guest speakers.
Everyone seems to be passionate about food these days - whether they are cooking it at home, producing it for sale, or just eating it! At NWC Food Incubator (formerly Now We’re Cookin’), a full-service entrepreneurial culinary space in Evanston, Illinois, we believe in enabling as many facets of this fascinating food world as possible in one facility. As the owner, I invite you to contact us - or more importantly - come cook with us!
Science Cafe is a forum for the discussion of important and interesting scientific issues. They are informal and accessible to the non-scientific lay person - much more so than even a public lecture. It's an opportunity to gather with old and new friends in a relaxed atmosphere while participating in a program of very cool scientific 'stuff'! No cover charge, EVER!
Our Science Café Evanston is scheduled to be held typically on the third or fourth Wednesday each month, September through May, and takes place between 6:30 and 8:00 pm at the Firehouse Grill in Evanston.
LOCATION 6:30—8:00 pm
The Firehouse Grill
750 Chicago Ave., Evanston 60202
Skokie Valley Astronomers is a club devoted to amateur astrononomy.The Skokie Valley Astronomers club is a member of The Astronomical League.
The Skokie Valley Astronomers club is a charter member of the Affiliates Program at the Adler Planetarium . Through this program, the Adler hopes to cultivate strong relationships with local astronomical societies and groups. Adler Affiliates receive museum benefits for their organizations and individual members in exchange for support of Adler priority projects, including membership, volunteers, public astronomical viewing, publicity, and community relations.
Membership form-- http://skokievalleyastronomers.org/membership.htm
Group meets at 8 p.m. on the second Friday of every month at the Welcome Center of the Edward L. Ryerson Conservation Area in Deerfield, IL. All of the meetings are open to the public and new members are welcome.
Local fabric store offers sewing classes for adults and children (ages 9-14), beginners through advanced. Workshops on tailoring and fitting, bridal sewing, silk painting, design and home decorating, sewing machine lessons and repairs.