Two property transactions approved Tuesday by Homewood trustees will bring a new restaurant and an expansion of the Homewood Science Center to the downtown area.
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At their meeting Tuesday, Homewood trustees will consider two property transactions that will affect downtown development, and action that will reverse years of gaming policy. Trustees will consider a change to municipal code to allow video gaming machines in bars and restaurants that have operated in the village for at[Read More…]
Homewood Baseball and Softball board of directors marks what would have been opening day with a message of encouragement for players and families. Homewood Science Center starts PopUp Science @Home this week. Still no peak for COVID-19 cases in Illinois. Homewood is up to 100 cases, while Flossmoor remains at[Read More…]
SpaceX employee Meghan Ostermann talked to a group of girls about her work during the 2018 Girls STEAM Ahead event sponsored by the Homewood Science Center. (Chronicle file photo)
Homewood Science Center and Restoration Ministries are teaming up to get science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) toys into the hands of underserved children in the area.
Take a walk in the woods, get a dose of science and enjoy food and beverages at the Homewood Science Center’s fourth annual Walk Walton event Sunday, Oct. 20. From 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. the Izaak Walton Preserve at 1100 Ridge Road in Homewood will be welcoming all to learn about[Read More…]
The Homewood Science Center will have you looking at the moon — and doing a few other fun things — at its Wednesday, July 17, “Footsteps on the Moon” program. Stop by the science center at 18022 Dixie Highway between 5 and 9 p.m. to mark the 50th anniversary of[Read More…]
Four members of the Homewood Science Center’s Conservation Ecology Internship Program were proud of their handiwork on June 8. When they were told the tree they planted was an ironwood, they quickly named it “Tony” in reference to Tony Stark, the alter ego of Avengers superhero Ironman.
Local bartenders have been challenged to create a drink that’s out of this world. The Homewood Science Center’s second annual Cocktail Chemistry Challenge on July 18 will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20, 1969.
The Homewood Science Center started its free PopUp Science program in 2016 as a way to share science concepts with the community. Now the ideas behind PopUp Science are being learned by science enthusiasts around the world, thanks to the Homewood Science Center’s membership in the STEM Learning Ecosystem,[Read More…]