Learn about the important and interesting architecture from the 1800s to today that makes downtown Naperville a beautiful place to live, work, and play. Pre-registration is required.
Most women in the 19th century made their family’s clothing by hand, often by reusing fabrics or modifying older styles into more fashionable ones. Inspired by this sustainable practice, learn how to mend, hem, and upcycle your clothes with BERNINA of Naperville.
Join Naper Settlement on the museum's Village Green to watch a vintage baseball game with the Lemont Quarrymen as they face off against the Oregon Ganymedes.
Listen to stories from Naperville’s founding to the generosity of Caroline Martin Mitchell on a walking tour of the west side of downtown Naperville. Pre-registration is required.
Get ready for a summertime tradition that features cold drinks, great food, and fabulous music!
Blacksmithing 101 - June 3 & 17 is SOLD OUT. We invite you to attend another one of our Blacksmithing 101 classes.
Explore the east side of downtown Naperville and learn about the ways the community developed along with North Central College. Pre-registration is required.
Learn about the history of Paint by Numbers, get inspired by vintage examples, and take home your own painting. Must be 21+ to participate. Pre-registration required.
Northern Illinois University Naperville Conference Center, 1120 East Diehl Road, Naperville, IL
This full-day teacher professional development workshop is FREE to Illinois middle and high school teachers. The workshop will feature the online exhibit UNVARNISHED: Housing Discrimination in the Northern and Western United States and its Educator Resources. Digging deeper into the Illinois housing story, the workshop will also feature a traveling exhibit that models a deep dive into local history. Please apply for this FREE program by filling out an application and returning to Donna Sack at SackD@naperville.il.us