5 Things to do in the North Shore: May 7 - May 9

Stay safe and entertained with these online and socially distanced events. 

Take an artistic stroll 

First Friday in Hubbard Woods is back! Stop by the gallery for the opening night to see the evening’s featured artist exhibits. Limited attendance, masks required.

Date: Fri May 7
Time: 5PM – 7PM
Location: 895 Green Bay Rd, Winnetka
Cost: Free
More Info: vividartgallery.net

Find something unique

Swantiques owner, Lora Swanson, offers an ever-changing selection of vintage furniture, lighting, art, textiles, and decorative objects. Face masks and 6 feet of social distancing will be required, and the number of customers will be limited at all times.

Date: Fri May 7 – Sun May 9
Time: 11AM – 6PM
Location: 518 Main St, Evanston
Cost: Free
More Info: swan-tiques.com

Volunteer to beautify our riverfront

Volunteer to improve the health and beauty of the Chicago River system by cleaning up litter along the Skokie Sculpture Park trail.

Date: Sat May 8
Time: 9AM – 12PM
Location: Sculpture Park, McCormick Blvd, Skokie
Cost: Free
More Info: eventbrite.com

Pick up fresh produce, baked goods, and local wares

Visit a French styled open-air market featuring fresh produce, baked goods, local retail businesses and community groups!

Date: Sat May 8
Time: 8AM – 1PM
Location: 722 Green Bay Rd, Wilmette
Cost: Free
More Info: wilmette.com

Take a walking tour of Evanston homes

The Evanston History Center Presents the 46th Annual Mother’s Day House Walk-By Prairie School: The Hidden Story in Evanston.

Date: Sun May 9
Time: 11AM – 5PM
Location: 225 Greenwood St, Evanston
Cost: $25 – $30
More Info: evanstonhistorycenter.org

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