Governor Pritzker announced that the state of Illinois will reach the Bridge to Phase 5 on Friday, May 14, and if COVID-19 metrics remain stable or decrease for a 28-day period, Illinois could reach the Phase 5 and fully reopen by Friday, June 11 – ahead of the July target announced earlier this week. In … Read More
by Megan Wenstrup, owner and founder of FitGive Movement The very first La Grange Earth Day 5K Virtual Fun Run and Walk is underway through April 25. Charge up your phone and your AirPods. Follow the link below, download the playlist and prepare to get your FREAKY FAST turned ON! I hope I’ve got a … Read More
Interested in knowing more about the La Grange Business Association? Check out our informative 2020 Annual Report with in-depth membership analysis, a recap of networking and member activities throughout the year, communications data report and a list of new business members in 2020. Download the Annual Report here.
By Emily Roth, Children’s Services Librarian The La Grange Public Library takes pride in being a place that offers something for everyone and where everyone is welcome. During the pandemic, creating a safe space looks remarkably different than it did in the past. Even though it’s not safe to physically gather for extended periods of … Read More
by Nancy Cummings of the La Grange Business Association Between family obligations and the pressures of finding the perfect gift, the holidays can go by in a flash. But at this time of year, we’re reminded that it’s also a season of giving. Fornaro Law has launched an initiative that can spread the holiday spirit … Read More
Better data management will give you more time to develop your small business or nonprofit. by Meg Kreikemeier, owner of 488 Park Consulting I’ve found when I help nonprofits and small businesses, they either have a system they’re not comfortable using or they don’t have a database and are relying on spreadsheets or information in … Read More
By Tina Rounds, Executive Director of BEDS- Plus This year has been a year unlike any other in our 30-year history. Similar to all businesses, we have had to quickly modify our operations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the support of the La Grange Area community, we are doing are best under … Read More
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by Mary Walters of EnergyGirl. Energy has many names such as Qi, Prana, Life force, etc. It’s what we are all made from – from our bodies to our food to all of the things we count on to survive. All traditions believe that when the body’s energy is in balance, healing can occur. … Read More
By Michael Rakov, Reiki and Energy Practitioner Smudging cleans and clears out the energy that builds up in our living spaces over time. Smudging your home, office, even your car, can make your space feel lighter, cleaner, more relaxing, and more inviting. It’s a reset on any energy that’s been building up. Why would you … Read More