Thursday, November 1, 2012
Students will perform Nov. 2-4, with evening performances on Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and a performance on Sunday at 3 p.m.
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Students at South High School in Downers Grove will perform the play “Arabian Nights” this weekend. The show will run Nov. 2-4, with evening performances on Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and a performance on Sunday at 3 p.m. The community is welcome to attend. Tickets are $5 for the Friday and Saturday performances. Tickets are $10 for the Sunday performance, which includes a catered Middle Eastern dinner. Tickets are limited and are available at the door or by calling the activities department at 630-795-8518. "Arabian Nights" is filled with tales of love, comedy and dreams. Scheherazade's cliffhanger stories prevent her husband, the cruel ruler Shahryar, from completing ruthless acts, and after 1,001 nights, Shahryar is cured of his …
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
The most popular stories on Darien Patch during November.
November was a busy month for the City of Darien as well as all of us here at Darien Patch, which celebrated its one-month anniversary Monday. Take a peek back at the most popular stories on Darien Patch during the past four weeks. 10. Man Charged in Triple Murder Seeks Visitation Rights with Son Johnny Borizov, the Willow Springs man charged in connection with the March murder of three members of a Darien family, requested visitation rights with his 21-month-old son. DuPage Circuit Court Judge Daniel Guerin will hear arguments from the prosecution against that motion Dec. 16, according to the State's Attorneys Office. 9. Parents Experience A Day in the Life at Cass Jr. High Kids got to show their parents how tough it can be to switch …
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Fundraiser to benefit Eisenhower Junior High Athletics held in "The Barn" at Arabian Nights Farm.
Supporters of the Eisenhower Jr. High Athletic Booster Club were treated Friday night to festive decor, a live band, BAGS tournament, a scrumptious buffet, cocktails and an opportunity to raise funds for the school's athletic program, all in a rustic barn setting surrounded by horse stables. The atmosphere couldn't have been more fun. Jenny Overman and Jeanette Kilrea, both parents of Eisenhower students, co-chaired the 3rd annual event, which they began planning for in July. "We got the flyer out and really went to work obtaining items for our silent auction and raffle," Overman said. "The community has been so generous. We have a great selection, like Bull's tickets, Chicago Wolves skybox tickets and matted team photos of the school's…