In April of 1978 the Koliopoulos brothers decided to purchase a restaurant together, which they would bond over for decades to come.
19th century reenactor Helen Weaver entertains children with an old-fashioned toy while Angela Salva plays 19th century tunes at the Winnetka Historical Society’s Log House Holiday Dec. 3 at the Schmidt-Burnham Log House. PHOTOS BY ALEXA BURNELL/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
December 12, 2017By Alexa Burnell, Freelance ReporterLife & Arts
Families looking to forget about the materialism of the holiday season had the perfect opportunity to do so at the Winnetka Historical Museum’s annual Log House Holiday event, held at the Schmidt-Burnham Log House on Dec. 3.
As folks arrived, they were greeted by museum board members and docents, dressed in traditional pioneer clothing, ready to show the simple ways the holidays were once celebrated.
Winnetka siblings (left to right) Teddy, Thomas and Mariella Fedorinchik meet Santa Claus Dec. 2 at the Winnetka Community House’s annual Breakfast with Santa. PHOTOS BY ALEXA BURNELL/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
December 12, 2017By Jacqueline Glosniak, EditorNews
Call him the Clark Griswold of Winnetka, but 18-year-old Christian Tingle’s holiday home lights display is much more organized and philanthropic than the aforementioned comedy clown’s Christmas display ever was.