45.6 F
Naperville
Sunday, April 21, 2024
Search results for:

I, Pencil

Celebrate National Pencil Day in Naperville on March 30 by reading ‘I, Pencil.’

Above / Back in the U.S. Post Office inside Oswald's Pharmacy where Arnie Spravka can assist with stamps, boxes, packing materials and mailing services,...

‘I, Pencil’ provides simple lesson in economics, creativity and freedom

UPDATE March 30, 2015: Celebrate National Pencil Day! When was the last time you sharpened a pencil to use?  Even though fingers are more...

Celebrate National Pencil Day on March 30

Above / PN just sharpened an old stash of pencils to get to the point of this day. Read "I, Pencil." Happy National Pencil...

Senior Voices – From pencils and pens to scams and cell phones

I recently attended a Senior Expo at the Sheraton Hotel and it was, as always, very worthwhile. If you ever need more pencils or...

Celebrate National Pencil Day every March 30!

Above / Get the point of fair and free markets and how they activate successful economies! Celebrate National Pencil Day. I, Pencil My Family Tree as...

A few choices of things to do this Easter weekend, March 29-31

Above / At 160 feet tall, Moser Tower with its 72-bell carillon is pictured in this springtime view from Centennial Park near the Naperville...

2024 Schedule for Naperville Millennium Carillon in Moser Tower Coming in Spring

Above / With memories of Naperville City Carilloneur Tim Sleep and carilloneur Sue Bergren performing concerts for New Year's Eve at Rotary Hill along...

January Editor’s Notes

Above / PN appreciates folks who pack away copies of the monthly publication to read and share while visiting friends and family in other...

June 10 marks 100th Anniversary of Illinois’ ratification of 19th Amendment

Above / Among hundreds of campaign buttons, all sizes, in our collection, the tiny 5/8" button that commemorates the historic Equal Rights Amendment Victory...

Steve Forbes talks simply about capitalism at North Central College

Above / Wentz Concert Hall is located at 171 E. Chicago Ave., on the campus of North Central College, just steps from 40 eateries...

Keep sharp with sage advice from Gertrude Mitchell, Mark Twain and James L. Nichols

Above / Summer vacations on my grandparents' farm provided plenty of opportunities to learn and help my grandmother, Gertrude Mitchell, with chores back in...

Naperville American Legion seeks nominees for ‘2024 Citizen of the Year’

Will you nominate a volunteer for the Naperville American Legion Citizen of the Year? Naperville American Legion Post 43 began naming a Citizen of the...

Public Safety Open House is chance to meet, greet police, firefighters and volunteers

Above / After a morning tour at the annual Public Safety Open House, youngsters enjoyed a picnic lunch at the Lake Osborne Pavilion just...

A few things to do in Naperville June 23 to June 25

Above / The State Bird of Illinois can be seen (nesting with three babies in a bush in our front yard) and heard (sounding...

Naperville American Legion seeks nominees for 2023 Citizen of the Year

Naperville American Legion Post 43 began naming a Citizen of the Year in 1986. Thirty-seven years later, the American Legion again is asking for...

After Groundhog Day, find ways to avoid cabin fever in February

Since 1887, Punxsutawney Phil has served as the furry critter responsible on February 2 for the 6-week forecast, a time when the groundhog gives...

Backyard cardinals: What do you know about the cardinal?

Above / Backyard cardinals are featured on the cover of the January issue of PN with "Cheers to 2023!," a red bird theme that...

Updates! Consider some highlights of Naperville now through Dec. 31 

Above / Naperville and communities around the world present big red bows as outward signs of hope. Celebrate safely with peace, comfort and joy...

Note a few things to do in December before the holiday rush

Above / Sometimes a simple snowman head speaks silently for this season of wonder... Welcome to December in Naperville!  'Tis the season to be jolly! Go...

Weekend wrap up of things that happened / Sept. 16-18, 2022

Above / Folks were hopping to it all weekend! Colorado sculptor Matthew Budish exhibited his brand of bronze whimsy among different sizes of Arizona-inspired...

Stay Connected!

Get the latest local headlines delivered to your inbox each morning.
SUBSCRIBE
DON’T MISS OUT!
GET THE DAILY
SQUARE-SCOOP
The latest local headlines delivered
to your inbox each morning.
SUBSCRIBE
Give it a try, you can unsubscribe anytime.
close-link

Stay Connected!

Get the latest local headlines delivered to your inbox each morning.
SUBSCRIBE
close-link