Daisy Days

Bev Briggs and Chuck Brand


Beverly Briggs pictured with Clarendon Hills Historical Society Board Member, Chuck Brand.

Thank you to everyone who stopped by our table in town or toured Heritage Hall! Thank you to our volunteers!

A very special thank you to Beverly Briggs who made a generous donation to our Heritage Hall Transformation Fund!

What a great way to wrap up our Daisy Days festivities. Thank you Bev!


Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Daisy Days

A Tea to Remember

The Clarendon Hills Historical Society is pleased to announce a special afternoon event hosted by The Birches. Learn about the history of Clarendon Hills, including an update on Heritage Hall and view artifacts collected by the Society. Click the link below for more details!

A Tea to Remember-April 16th

This is a free event, hope to see you there!
Diane Hiller
Clarendon Hills Historical Society
Save the Date!

Pardon our dust, but come and see where we are and what we are doing at Heritage Hall, 50 Sheridan Avenue, the first Saturday of the month from 2-4 pm.

April 16th- A Tea to Remember, 2:00 pm at The Birches

May 7th- CHHS Annual Bronswood Plant Sale, 9:30 am-4 pm
location: 3805 Madison St. Oak Brook, IL 60523

July 23rd-CHHS presents Domestic Servants in the 19th Century, 7 pm, Village Hall. Speaker: Erika Holst, Illinois Humanities Council Road Scholar

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on A Tea to Remember

The story and music of Cole Porter

It’s delightful!  It’s delicious!

It’s de-lovely!

Come hear the story and music of


By John Boda, singer/ guitarist, in a multi-media presentation

Offered by the C.H.Historical Society

Thursday, March 5, 7 p.m.

Village Hall

$5 non-member

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on The story and music of Cole Porter