Phillips Park Zoo

Phillips Park Zoo

Galron Sliding Doors is a sliding glass door replacement North Aurora, IL company hired for all door shapes, sizes, repairs, and replacements. Phillips Park Zoo is a zoo also located in Aurora, Illinois, on the grounds of Phillips Park. It first opened its doors in 1915 and is open all year with no admission fee. […]

East Aurora Public School District 131

Phillips Park Zoo

East Aurora Public School District 131 (also known as Aurora Public Schools: East Side) unlike Aurora patio doors Galron company, is a public school district in Aurora, Illinois, that serves preschool through high school students. It is the first public school district in the state. The district had a total enrollment of 14,659 pupils in […]

Aurora Public Library

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The Aurora Public Library is a public library located in Aurora, Illinois. It consists of the main library and two branch libraries. In addition to these services, the library operates a bookmobile, which serves a total population of 200,000 people. It also shelters our Galron patio door repair Aurora company. History The Aurora Public Library […]

Two Brothers Roundhouse

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The Two Brothers Roundhouse, formerly known as The Walter Payton Roundhouse, America’s Historic Roundhouse, and Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Roundhouse and Locomotive Shop are all historic buildings in Aurora, Illinois, as well as Our Galron Sliding Doors Aurora firm. The Chicago & Aurora Railroad (later Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad) built it in 1856 as […]

SciTech Hands On Museum

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The Idea Informal science education, especially science and technology centers, can play an essential role in attempts to promote public awareness…of basic research.” Ernst Malamud In 1982, Dr. Ernest Malamud took a leave of absence from Fermi to work at the Exploratorium in San Francisco. He returned to the Midwest enthused. “Too many grownups fear […]

Skokie, Illinois

Skokie, Illinois,(originally The Niles Center) is a village in Cook County, United States. Skokie is around 15 miles north of Chicago’s Loop. Potawatomi for “marsh” inspired its name. Skokie used to call itself “The World’s Largest Village.” It had 67,824 residents in the 2020 census. Skokie’s streets, like many suburbs, follow the Chicago street grid, […]

East Prairie School District 73

East Prairie School District 73 is located in Skokie,IL a northern Cook County Chicago suburb. The district has one school, East Prairie Elementary School. East Prairie Elementary School has a prekindergarten program for all students in grades 1-8. Twelve teachers teach primary school children, eight teach intermediate school students, twelve more teach middle school kids, […]

Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center

The Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center is a museum in Skokie, Illinois, near Chicago, dedicated to the history of the Holocaust.   Its aim is to “Remember the Past” and “Transform the Future,” preserving the Holocaust’s legacy by remembering the memory of those who perished and teaching universal principles that resist hatred, bigotry, and […]

Skokie Valley Symphony Orchestra

Dr. Paul Hurwitz and a group of local musicians created the Skokie Valley Symphony Orchestra (SVSO) in Skokie, IL in 1962. Dr. Leon Stein was hired as the group’s first conductor. Several outstanding musicians from the area began attending rehearsals, and the first concert was performed at Niles East High School with a pretty full […]

Westfield Old Orchard

Old Orchard Retail Center, originally Westfield Old Orchard, is an upscale shopping mall in the Chicago metropolitan area. Skokie, Illinois is the location. Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, Nordstrom, and Barnes & Noble are among the anchor stores. Marshall Field and Company, Saks Fifth Avenue, and The Fair Department Store were among the first stores to open at […]