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Winter Carnival and Photography Reception This Weekend

A recap of things to do around Northbrook this weekend.

Friday
Reception for Artist Allen Cohen at YMCA Community Gallery
Meet Northbrook artist Allen Cohen at a public reception for his new photography exhibit at the North Suburban YMCA's Community Gallery.

Saturday
Winter Carnival
Celebrate everything winter with skating races, hockey shooting contests, sledding, ice sculpting, broomball, s’mores and more.

New Gluten Free Tortilla Crumbs To Debut At Sunset Foods
Just a hint of crunch and flavor can turn an ordinary meal or snack into an exciting, fun eating experience. That’s the premise behind Nada Bits, a new product from Northfield Illinois-based Treforte Foods, debuting with a sampling program this week at all five Sunset Foods locations.

Genealogy Meeting
The North Suburban Genealogical Society invites the public to attend its Saturday meeting, featuring Dr. Daniel Hubbard presenting: When Life Becomes A Myth: History, Myth and Family Stories.

Sunday
Sexual Exploitation in Chicago
On any given day there are an estimated 16,000 to 24,000 women and girls involved in prostitution-related activities in the Chicagoland. Please join Kaethe Morris Hoffer, Executive and Legal Director at the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation and the National Council of Jewish Women for a program to learn more about the realities of the sex trade, prostitution and sex trafficking in the Chicago area.

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