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Have an EGG-cellent Easter in Berwyn!

Easter weekend is right around the corner! Celebrate around town with family and friends—check out the fun happening in your neck of the woods. #HappyEaster BRUNCHIN’ AND MORE! Leave the cooking to the experts and bring the family to one of many dinning experiences available on Easter Sunday! Autre Monde Café & Spirits will be offering a special Easter Menu that includesmore »

Kid-Friendly Berwyn

Above & Beyond Music Store7009 W Ogden Ave | Berwyn, IL 60402 Your child’s musical talents will truly shine at Above & Beyond Music Store through the many music programs they offer for all ages. Looking for something fun? Above & Beyond offers ukulele classes for little ones ages 7 and up. Private lessons are also available for ages 7more »

2019 Color of the Year: Living Coral in Berwyn

Your guide on where to find the Pantone® 2019 Color of the Year around Berwyn! Paisans Pizzeria & Bar 6226 W Ogden Ave | Berwyn, IL 60402 How can we talk about coral and not mention Paisans Pizzeria & Bar’s Lemon Butter Salmon? This delicious pan seared salmon is served on a bed of spinach with a white wine andmore »

New Year, New You

The new year is a time that reminds us to try something new. Self care is often put on the back burner—so let’s make ourselves a priority this year! Here are a few Berwyn businesses to keep in mind when becoming your best self in 2019. GAMA TAX SERVICES6515 W Stanley Ave Ste 1(708) 539-5779 | gamataxandaccounting.com Take better caremore »

Spooky Halloween in Berwyn for the Whole Family!

The most spook-tacular time of the year is upon us! Stumped on how the family can celebrate? Your ultimate guide for a scary good family-friendly Berwyn Halloween is HERE! So gather the family and celebrate Halloween in Berwyn! Don’t forget—Berwyn’s official trick-or-treating hours are from 4:00pm to 6:30pm on October 31. Help our little Berwynners stay safe this Halloween and check out thismore »

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month At Your Nearest Little Free Library

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage month, which kicked off on Saturday September 15 and ends Monday October 15, we partnered up with the Berwyn Public Library to spread some Hispanic heritage around Berwyn. In an effort to engage the children of Berwyn in what this month represents, we placed children’s books that celebrate Hispanic heritage and bilingual books in themore »

Solutions For Care Awarded BDC Philanthropic Grant

A Berwyn Development Corporation (BDC) philanthropic grant was awarded to the Solutions For Care Senior Summerfest. Solutions For Care organized the inaugural Senior Summerfest along with local organizations and businesses that serve Berwyn’s older adults. Senior Summerfest is a month-long celebration for active older adults, featuring a collection of events that take place at several locations throughout Berwyn. The goalmore »

HIAWATHA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AWARDED BDC PHILANTHROPIC GRANT FOR STEAM LAB & MINI MUSEUM

A Berwyn Development Corporation (BDC) philanthropic grant was awarded to the Hiawatha Elementary School STEAM Lab & Mini Museum at the Berwyn Park District’s Back to School Picnic. Hiawatha’s STEAM Lab allows students to carry out explorations and curricular extensions in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics. The project aims to support the STEAM Lab by including components of amore »

Back to School Fun in Berwyn

Celebrate the end of summer and the start of the school year this weekend! Each year, the Berwyn Park District and North Berwyn Park District partner up with Berwyn South School District 100 and Berwyn North School District 98 to organize exciting back-to-school events complete with meet and greets with teachers, delicious bites, fun activities for all, games and schoolmore »

Meet Berwyn’s Entrepreneurs: Angela Tomassetti of Fit Club

Name: Angela Tomassetti Hometown: Richton Park, IL Current Residence: Berwyn, IL All About Angela: When residents ask if I’m originally from Berwyn, I get a kick out of seeing their reactions when I explain I grew up just a bit further south. How far? Just south of 211th and Harlem—South! After graduating with degrees in dance and finance, I bounced aroundmore »