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Northbrook Bluehawks

Chicago youth orchestra


Northbrook Girls Softball

Registration is now open for the Northbrook Girls Softball Spring 2024 House League Season! NGSA’s House League accepts 2nd to 9th graders regardless of experience or ability. The main priorities of the league are having fun while participating in low-pressure softball instruction. Click here for more information and to register.


Northbrook Action Baseball

Registration is open for Spring 2024 Season. Visit the website for more information and to register online at northbrookactionbaseball.org
PreK thru 2nd grade boys and PreK thru 3rd grade Girls. Individual & Team entries accepted.


Northbrook SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

The Northbrook Symphony Orchestra (“NSO”) is excited to announce its 44th 2023-2024 concert season, and 5th under Music Director Mina Zikri’s leadership. 

“Virtuoso Violins” highlights Sunday, March 24th’s concert with renowned soloist Vadim Gluzman leading scholarship award winners from the North Shore Chamber Music Festival. Fireworks are sure to be in the air as these performers play popular show pieces from Ravel, Saint-Saens and Sarasate, along with other
works.

The NSO’s 44th season concludes Sunday, June 9th in a program of Mexican music titled “Fiesta Mexicana“. The Sones de Mexico Ensemble will join forces with the NSO in presenting popular Mexican folk tunes and classical selections, including Marquez’ Danzon No. 2.

All concerts take place at 4pm at Glenbrook North High School’s Sheely Center for the Performing Arts. The Family Concert tickets are available now at $12.50 General Admission (as usual, tickets are complimentary for children ages 6-17 when accompanied by an adult). Season subscriptions and Individual concert tickets will soon be available for purchase on the NSO website, www.northbrooksymphony.org, or by calling the NSO office at 847-272-0755.


Russian School of Mathematics

View information about this program here


How do I get my event in the Virtual Backpack?

To be included in the District’s Virtual Backpack, an organization must be a local tax-supported community agency, a not-for-profit community organization offering sports and recreation program options for students, or a charitable group which has a current service learning connection or curricular connection with our schools or class groups.

Organizations that meet the criteria noted in paragraph two may include flyers that promote their services, activities, or events and a web link to their respective websites. Flyers must:

  • Be in PDF format 
  • Not refer to fundraisers unless the program is sponsored by District #31 
  • Not conflict with public tax supported efforts already in effect