Invite a friend
LFHS Class of 1972: 40th Reunion
Friday, July 27, 6 p.m. -- Drinks and casual dinner at Chief's Pub, 502 N. Western Ave. Bar/burgers/salad/pizza. Kid Friendly/wheelchair accessible. (Pay on your own).
Saturday, July 28, 3 p.m. -- Tour of the high school. Meet at the front door. Kid friendly/wheelchair accessible. Come relive old LFHS memories. (FREE!)
Saturday, July 28, 7 p.m. -Reunion Party--the Main Event!! At the Croya Center (Rec Department), 400 Hastings Road (behind Deer Path Middle School). Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres (Adults only, please). Music by Schramm Weber. $65 per person.
Must register and pre-pay: SIGN UP NOW!
Later - Star gazing at the beach--optional
Sunday, July 29 & Monday, July 30 -- On your own. Here are some ideas: golf at Deerpath or Lake Bluff Golf Course; swim at Lake Forest beach, Lake Bluff beach or Lake Bluff pool; Work out at Lake Forest Rec Center or Lake Bluff Rec Center; Visit Elawa Farm, Chicago Botanic Gardens; Have lunch in Market Square or the Left Bank; Hang out with Bob Craig at the fountain; Rent a bike at Kiddles; Relax and read a book at Lake Forest Library. Just don't tell us you couldn't think of anything to do.
Tuesday, July 31 -- Lake Forest Day festivities begin at West Park--Beer Garden opens, 1/2 priced rides
Wednesday, Aug. 1 -- Lake Forest Day! The reason you've been hanging around all week!! Lake Forest Day Parade, Carnival rides at West Park, Beer Garden.
|Where||Committee Representing Our Young Adults 400 Hastings Rd, Lake Forest, IL 60045|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||7:00 pm–12:00 am|
More About Committee Representing Our Young Adults
CROYA serves young adults of Lake Forest and Lake Bluff. Students engage in activities with peers to help build confidence and self-esteem and develop leadership skills. The organization now serves more than 2,000 students and conducts nearly 300 programs each year. It is open to youngsters from the 7th to 12th grades that live in Lake Forest, Lake Bluff and Knollwood.
No membership fees are required since CROYA receives most of its operating funds from the City of Lake Forest, the Village of Lake Bluff and an active fund-raising effort. A private non-profit foundation was established in 2004. A historical milestone occurred in 2007 when CROYA opened its new multi-purpose Student Union, greatly expanding its floor space and adding many new facilities.