Your neighbors told Main & Luxe what they love about their neighborhood!
From bronzed children holding hands on a park bench to a reproduced fragment of Georges Seurat’s A Sunday on La Grande Jatte, art is everywhere in Naperville.
Photography and Words by Emily Cummings The Getaway Outpost, Grand Junction, MI With the school year about to start, we…
These days there are apps to track your sleep, manage your money, find your car, choose your wine, and get a ride. What will they think of next? According to buildfire.com, there are 2.7 million apps available to download on the Google Play Store and 3.6 million in the Apple App Store. In celebration of men everywhere, here are ten apps your gent will rely on daily (and they’re great for everyone!).
Organized on March 1, 1897, the Naperville Woman’s Club has been a steady presence in Naperville for 125 years. It was originally established as a literary club by nineteen women who desired knowledge, connections, and a function outside their homes and churches in this once small farm community. Philanthropic projects were quickly added on, and these have become the backbone of the club over the years. In 1903, the literary club became the Naperville Woman’s Club (NWC), and throughout its history, NWC has been dedicated to improving the community and the lives of others through its volunteer service.
Two years ago, we all learned a new vocabulary word, social distancing. Many friendships were put on the back burner as people attempted to “maintain a distance of six feet or more.” Social media feeds dried up. Entertaining photos of groups of friends or family and exotic places were replaced with snarky memes and snapshots of all things happening inside our households.
Naperville has many options when it comes to working out. Some of these options include boutique gyms. These types of gyms are highly personalized and offer their clientele a more unique workout experience.
Emily Senkowsky moved to the Chicagoland area by way of New York City (by way of Texas) five years ago. Less competitive Chicago offered a way to make a decent living as a performer. When she made the move here, Emily hadn’t realized that she’d become a performer, teacher, and entrepreneur within a couple years here!
To enter the world of Kimberly Stull is a journey into creativity, collaboration, and perseverance. She and her teamwork each day to provide a place of wonder where art, math, and science are integrated into everything children experience at the DuPage Children’s Museum.
Local live music in Naperville