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Run, food and fun at Dash & Bash

After the Madison School Dash & Bash 3K race, families enjoyed almost a day's worth of activities. With food trucks, a DJ, inflatables and other games, the event provided... — Updated 10/5/2022

 

Homecoming weekend lives up to expectations

With a Friday night last-second victory at the football game and a cool, rain-free Saturday morning parade, Hinsdale Central celebrated homecoming weekend in style. The parade led... — Updated 9/28/2022

 

Hoop Dreams Camp builds skills

Jake Trainer, Emerson Eck and Evan Phillips, Hinsdale Central varsity basketball players, held a one-day basketball/swim camp in July to help first- through eighth-graders sharpen... — Updated 8/31/2022

 

Passport to Peace at Hinsdale United Methodist Church

The Hinsdale United Methodist Church vacation Bible school's theme this year was, "Passport to Peace." The program was designed to help children make peace a way of life. The... — Updated 8/10/2022

 

Ringing around with Frankie Ace

Frankie Ace was the headliner at the Hinsdale Public Library's Family Fun Night recently. And as only Frankie can do, he had the crowd in stitches with his wit and his magic. Libby... — Updated 7/27/2022

 

Redeemer hosts vacation Bible school

Redeemer Lutheran Church hosted its vacation Bible school earlier this summer with the theme, "Tree of Healing." Children enjoyed many activities while learning more about the... — Updated 7/13/2022

 

A festive Fourth in Hinsdale

The American Legion Color Guard of Ron Wallin (from left), Jack Forbell, Clayton Smith, Peter Magnuson and Joe Craig follows the emergency vehicles to kick off the annual Fourth of... — Updated 7/6/2022

 

Pickleball camp has all the right moves

Hinsdale's badminton and pickleball camp at the Robbins Park courts provided a perfect experience for young players this week. The fundamentals of each - said to be two of the... — Updated 6/29/2022

 

Burlington Park provides backdrop for show

The Hinsdale Chamber of Commerce Fine Arts Show was held last weekend in Burlington Park. Emmett Drechsel spent some time studying the work of James Cole. Photographer Scott... — Updated 6/8/2022

 

Storm threat moves Hinsdale Central graduation indoors - but it was still a great night to be a Red Devil

Mother Nature provided one more test to prove their "grit" as members of the Hinsdale Central Class of 2022 had to have their graduation ceremony indoors because of threatening... — Updated 6/1/2022

 

Hinsdale American Legion hosts procession, ceremony to commemorate Memorial Day

It's been three years since the last Memorial Day procession and ceremony was held in Hinsdale. Members of Hinsdale's American Legion Post 250 led the procession up Washington to... — Updated 6/1/2022

 

A touch of Grace

Chopped champion Grace Goudie visited the Hinsdale Public Library earlier this month to cook and chat about her experiences from waiting tables in Hinsdale to winning the first... — Updated 5/26/2022

 

Madison students pitch in

The Madison School Kids Care Club celebrated Earth Day by hosting a school wide outdoor clean-up last month. All Madison students were encouraged to pick up trash around the school... — Updated 5/25/2022

 

Hinsdale shows its true colors to support Walk the Walk for Mental Health

Walk the Walk for Mental Health to support the counseling programs at The Community House bursted out in full color Sunday morning. More than 400 walkers took part in the event.... — Updated 5/18/2022

 

Windhover returns from its makeover to its brand new pad

On Friday, a month to the day after the Windhover was removed from its home along Washington Street and sent off for a makeover, it returned to its new home sporting its new look.... — Updated 5/11/2022

 

Zion Candyland preschool prom a sweet event

Children attending the Zion Lutheran Early Childhood Education Center's Candyland preschool prom at the Hinsdale Golf Club April 29 were treated to a full menu of prom activities.... — Updated 5/11/2022

 

Wind, rain, sun, buses and a ship - along with a dinosaur or two - made it a great evening to be a Red Devil at prom

Minutes before students were about to gather for prom, sirens signaling a tornado warning went off, forcing organizers into the hallways at Hinsdale Central. Then the skies opened u... — Updated 5/4/2022

 

Walking for Wellness

More than $615,000 was raised Sunday for the Walk for Wellness House annual 3k walk/5K run. Hinsdalean and WGN news anchor Ben Bradley was the starter for the race. Maggi Gee... — Updated 5/4/2022

 

Junior firefighters learn all the right stuff

Hinsdale firefighters hosted a group of junior firefighters at their station earlier this month. The tour included a behind-the-scenes look at station life and a glimpse inside a... — Updated 4/27/2022

 

Hinsdale Middle School Kindness Club helps donations pour in to help HCS Family Services

With the Stuff the Squad event taking place across District 181 last week, members of the Hinsdale Middle School Kindness Club decided to leverage the opportunity and add the ever... — Updated 4/20/2022

 

CHMS bands hit all the right notes at competition

The Clarendon Hills Middle School's sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade bands participated in the Illinois Grade School Music Association Festival competition March 19 at CHMS. All... — Updated 3/30/2022

 

Red Devil Nation goes blue and yellow to help support Ukrainian Red Cross

Hinsdale Central students Bridget Kallas and Niko Rhodes helped to organize a fundraiser Sunday morning to benefit the Ukranian Red Cross. The run/walk was held on Dickinson Field.... — Updated 3/23/2022

 

Hinsdale Middle School hosts districtwide spelling bee

Students across District 181 participated in the annual district spelling bee last month at Hinsdale Middle School. Participants included (clockwise from left) Srinidhi Rao, HMS;... — Updated 3/2/2022

 

A jolly old breakfast

The village of Hinsdale sponsored a Breakfast with Santa on Dec. 4 at KLM. With Katherine and Alexander Legge's portraits keeping on eye on things, people moved through the buffet.... — Updated 12/22/2021

 

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