Book Your Holiday Party in Downtown Highland Park

November 7, 2018 | Humans of Highland Park Blog | Book Your Holiday Party in Downtown Highland Park

Planning a holiday party? You’ll find what you’re looking for right here in downtown Highland Park. Don’t miss your chance to book a private space from one of our several outstanding restaurants. Take a look at the venues below to see which spot best fits your holiday party needs!  

Beelows | 1850 Second St.

Photo credit: Beelow’s NorthShore (Facebook)

Take your celebration to the next level at Beelow’s NorthShore! We feature both indoor and outdoor accommodations, from semi-private and private to food and wine events. Please contact us for availability at 847- 780-3300.

Bella Via | 1899 Second St.

Photo credit: Bella Via (Facebook)

We can accommodate parties of 20 to 200. We have two separate private rooms than can be combined into one large room making our event space ideal for many different functions. We have many years of experience hosting B’nei Mitzvahs, Wedding & Wedding Rehearsals, Showers, Birthday Parties, Reunions, Sports Banquets, Business Meetings, Holiday Parties and more. Please call us at 847-681-8300 and ask for the Event Manager Amir Bloom or fill out our party inquiry form on our website.

La Casa de Isaac | 2014 First St.

Photo credit: @lacasadeisaacmexicanrest (Instagram)

Enjoy a party with us…bring all your friends! Book a private room for your private party! We can accommodate 30-100 people. Call us at 847-433-7400 to book your next event and in-house catering packages.

Michaels | 1879 Second St.

Photo credit: Michael’s Chicago-Style Red Hots (Facebook)

From FUN to FORMAL, our NEWLY RENOVATED, contemporary venue accommodates up to 200 guests and is available for private and semi-private events 7 days a week. Transform our blank canvas into the event space of your dreams! Get the party started with two full bars, state-of-the-art AV, customizable lighting system, 180 in. HD projector, 10 plasma tvs, wireless microphone, a full-service event planner, and more! Call us at 847-432-3338.

Mizuki Grill | 474 Central Ave.

Photo credit: Mizuki Grill & Banquets (Facebook)

Need a space for your event? Come check out our newly remodeled banquet hall! We have a beautiful banquet room that can accommodate over 150+ people! Mizuki Grill welcomes any small parties at the banquet hall, proudly serving Chef Joe’s creative cuisines that go beyond our regular menu. Call 847-864-1936 today!


Phoenicia Mediterranean Cuisine | 1910 First St.

Photo credit: Phoenicia Cuisine (Facebook)

Add a touch of the Mediterranean to your next event. Phoenicia is capable of catering parties up to 350 people! We cater birthdays, showers, weddings, graduations, anniversaries, and almost any event you can think of. We can hold events at the restaurant or we can cater events at other locations. We will also customize menus to fit your party and budget. To book your next event, call 847- 266-9990.

The Art Center’s Cover Design Contest: Winter 2018

To apply:

Submit your image via email to as a TIF or JPEG and include the title, medium and artist’s name (if applicable). Our marketing team will choose ten images that we consider to be the most evocative of the spirit of TAC HP Education and Gallery. Those ten images will be featured on our social media and we’ll ask for our community to vote with a ‘like’.

What we’re looking for:

Our last catalogue went to 25,000 area homes. It featured our staff, faculty, board and some students on the steps of TAC HP. We wanted to capture the energy and spirit of our nearly 60 year old facility. This time we want to have our community as part of our design team, choosing an image that also captures the spirit, passion and possibility of TAC HP.

Contest dates: Submissions will be accepted 10/22-11/1 at . Voting will close on 11/1/18. Selected contributors will be notified via email. If an entry is submitted it is considered to be permission to use as a marketing image for TAC HP without fee or royalty.

Questions or concerns? E-mail


Highland Park Community Foundation’s 2019 Golden Apple Award Now Accepting Nominations

October 5, 2018 | Humans of Highland Park Blog | Highland Park Community Foundation’s 2019 Golden Apple Award Now Accepting Nominations

The Highland Park Community Foundation (HPCF) is now accepting nominations for its 2019 Golden Apple Award. Now in its ninth year of honoring excellence within the teaching profession in North Shore School District 112, the Golden Apple Award recognizes and celebrates outstanding teachers whose efforts demonstrate the impact that inspiring teaching has on children in the Highland Park/Highwood communities.

“The Golden Apple Award is Highland Park Community Foundation’s platform to honor and reward one of the community’s deserving educators for his or her dedication to enriching the lives of students and guiding them towards academic success,” said Sara Sher, HPCF Golden Apple selection committee chairperson.

HPCF’s Golden Apple Award nominations will be accepted for full-time teachers currently working within North Shore School District 112 in grades K-5. Nominations are welcome from all community members including students, parents, colleagues, and administrators (nominations by family members and self-nominations are not accepted). To nominate a teacher, please visit this nomination form.

The recipient of this prestigious annual award will receive a $2000 honorarium, a $500 gift card to the Apple store, and the celebrated HPCF Golden Apple Award. The teacher who earns the 2019 Golden Apple Award will also be recognized by both the school and the district as well as honored by the Highland Park Community Foundation.

Nominations for the 2019 HPCF Golden Apple Award close on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 5:00 P.M. Application materials will be mailed to each nominated teacher. Teachers must have completed four full years of teaching and have spent the majority of his/her time in the classroom teaching grades K-5 and commit to teaching for a minimum of two additional years in the Highland Park and Highwood community after receiving the award.

For more information or questions regarding the HPFC Golden Apple Award, please contact Sara Sher at For more information about the Highland Park Community Foundation, please visit:

Feel Empowered When Dealing With Cancer!

September 26, 2018 | Humans of Highland Park Blog | Feel Empowered When Dealing With Cancer | By Lynn Nozicka, Wellness & Success Coach, and Cancer Survivor

As a cancer survivor, it became my top priority to be active in my treatment and the decisions that were made. Now, as a Wellness and Success Coach, I can provide the needed support, education, and encouragement to others! I have been in your position, let me help you! Even going back into the workforce, after an illness is challenging! You do not have to do it alone.

What do you do when you get down? Scared? Afraid? Cancer plays us like a puppet on a string. Emotionally we ride the roller coaster without being asked! Sometimes we receive conflicting information, which adds to our confusion. I feel that no one should be paralyzed by a cancer diagnosis. I will share my coping methods with you.

Having cancer is an enormous stress producer in our lives, on top of trying to respond to our family, jobs, and financial concerns. When you are going through your treatment of cancer, it can be traumatic both physically, and emotionally. It can also be a time for growth and healing!

I will create an environment of openness and acceptance, to help you create a vision for your health. I respect that the client is his or her own expert. By engaging the client in discussing their priorities, strengths, obstacles, and motivators, the possibility for doable and a sustainable health vision is increased. I use specific Non-Invasive techniques along with Coaching, such as Guided Imagery, Meditation, Hypnosis and NLP to help you:

• Establish your priorities

• Be confident about your decisions

• Reach your best possible state of wellness

• Reduce the fear of a recurrence of cancer

• Offer emotional support from diagnosis, to treatment, surgeries, and through recovery, and after.

I will encourage and champion you – both as a skilled Wellness Practitioner and cancer survivor I am available by phone, or in person. I provide contact with e-mail or telephone contact between sessions if needed. I can also provide other resources such as nutritionists, social workers, and counselors.

I want to give back because I am also a cancer survivor…I get it! I want to help you feel relaxed during your journey, diagnosis, treatment, and after any reconstruction, fear of reoccurrence, if it’s been some time since you went through any of this. I am offering a Buy One Session, Get One Free. Plus, get a one-hour success coaching or hypnosis session for $100.00 for 2 sessions. This a wonderful way to take care of yourself, as you become healthier or reinforce staying healthy.

Please call for a sample session at 847 254-8393, email, or visit

Nozicka Center for Coaching & Hypnosis is located at 454 Central Ave. (#206) Highland Park, IL.

Pulling Down the Moon welcomes a new yoga instructor

August 10, 2018 | Humans of Highland Park Blog | Pulling Down the Moon welcomes a new yoga instructor
Pulling Down the Moon is thrilled to welcome Christina Thompson to its team. Christina has been practicing yoga for 15 years, starting when she was a music major in college seeking relief from chronic pain. Yoga has always been a stabilizing practice for her through transitions in life, from injuries to career changes. As a professional voice actor and on-camera presenter, Christina uses breath work and meditation to prepare for auditions and bookings. She enjoys practicing various styles of yoga including Vinyasa, Hatha and Yin yoga, and is inspired by the vitality and balance found through the practice. While completing her 200-hour teacher training at the Chicago School of Yoga in early 2018, Christina developed a passion for holistic women’s health and completed her research project on Yoga for Fertility. She continues to participate in trainings on Trauma Informed Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Prenatal Yoga, and Yoga for Fertility. Christina is committed to making yoga accessible for all in an empowering, stress-relieving environment. She teaches yoga to help people get out of their heads and into their breath, and to create space in the body and mind. Christina is honored to join the yoga team at Pulling Down the Moon and looks forward to fostering community with her students!
Join her for a NEW complimentary Prenatal Yoga Community Class in Highland Park on Saturday, August 25th at 10 a.m. 
Pulling Down the Moon is located at 1770 First Street (Suite 400) in downtown Highland Park. For more information, visit or call 312-321-0004.

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Burn Boot Camp strives to empower women through fitness

July 9, 2018 | Humans of Highland Park Blog | Burn Boot Camp strives to empower women through fitness

If you’re lacking motivation in your current fitness routine, have no fear—Burn Boot Camp will help you stay on track. Feel the ‘burn’ at Burn Boot Camp, a new women’s focused fitness facility set to open this summer at the Renaissance Place in downtown Highland Park. Providing mental, physical and emotional transformations that result in lasting change, Burn Boot Camp welcomes all fitness levels. The Burn Boot Camp workout is designed to maximize your results in just 45 minutes with an average burn of 700 calories per camp. We caught up with Danielle Bulger, Manager of Burn Boot Camp in Highland Park to learn a little bit more about the new fitness facility.


We love the quote on your website: “We vow to educate, influence, and inspire every life we touch with knowledge in our heads, love in our hearts, strength in our bodies and passion in our souls.” Can you tell us a little bit about Burn Boot Camp’s mission? 

The community atmosphere we create at Burn sets us apart from other fitness facilities. Our goal is cultivate a family atmosphere where women are supporting and encouraging each other both inside and outside of the gym. We offer unlimited rapid 45-minute camps with no reservation required, in addition to complimentary child watch and unlimited 1:1 focus meetings with our head trainer.


What is one detail you wish the community knew about your business? 

Burn Boot Camp is the fastest growing women’s fitness facility in the nation! We provide an environment of like minded women who inspire, strengthen and empower each other. We welcome all fitness levels and offer personal training in a group setting.

What is your vision for Burn Boot Camp in Downtown Highland Park?

Burn Boot Camp has had a life changing impact on our lives as owners (also Burn clients) and we wanted to share this amazing community with the women of Highland Park.


Experience a Burn Workout before they open their doors. Burn Boot Camp is offering FREE outdoor pop-up camps this month at the Renaissance Place. All workouts are co-ed, open to the public and no reservations are required. Everyone who attends a pop-up camp receives an entry into a raffle for a FREE 6-month Burn Membership. Workouts take place July 11 at 9:30 a.m., July 18 at 9:30 a.m., July 23 at 8:30 a.m., and July 25 at 6:30 p.m.

For more information and to sign up for a free 30-day trial, visit

Written by Ariana Pup, Marketing Director of Downtown Highland Park

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Downtown Highland Park Photo Contest

July 3, 2018 | Humans of Highland Park Blog | Downtown Highland Park Photo Contest
In honor of Independence Day, we want to celebrate the patriotic spirit of Downtown Highland Park! Tag your snapshots with #DowntownHighlandPark on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. We’ll re-share the photos (and videos!) that truly stand out.
We can’t wait to see all that red, white and blue!
Questions? Email

Volunteers Needed at the Moraine Township Food Pantry

June 24, 2018 | Humans of Highland Park Blog | Volunteers Needed at the Moraine Township Food Pantry


The Moraine Township Food Pantry is moving across the street to a great new space at 800 Central Avenue. Volunteers are needed to help move, sort and shelve the food from Saturday June 23 through Sunday July 1 (or earlier, if they get it done sooner).

Please submit a Volunteer Application and Waiver Form to Anne Flanigan Bassi, Moraine Township Supervisor at and call 847-432-3240. PLEASE DO NOT SHOW UP WITHOUT CALLING.


Regular or occasional volunteer opportunities:




  • Box and carry food up the stairs here at 777 Central and load it into cars / trucks
  • Unload food at 800 Central Avenue
  • Check expiration dates and sort food at 800 Central Avenue
  • Shelve food at 800 Central Avenue



Because of the need to keep the shelves constantly filled, and because we will open the pantry three days a week instead of two, we will need a lot more volunteers! Please fill out the attached volunteer application and stop in to see if our needs match your interest and schedule.

We need folks who will sign up for shifts weekly, bi-weekly, or agree to sub when volunteers are sick or on vacation. REGULAR VOLUNTEERS MUST BE AGE 12 OR OLDER.

We are so fortunate to live in a community of people who care about and help their neighbors who may be struggling.


  • Produce sorters – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday mornings
  • Shelf-stable food sorters – checking expiration dates and sorting by type of food –
  • Shelvers – re-stocking shelves – with the Pantry open three days, we will need lots more shelvers
  • Cleaning up after Pantry day – admittedly the most unglamorous of all the tasks offered for your consideration, but sooooooooo necessary
  • Produce buyers once a week – we’re covered for now but would love a bench
  • Store Donation pick up – we pick up at five stores eight times a week and always need people who will help every week, every other week, or are on call for subbing if a regular is sick or on vacation. The stores will take away our days if we don’t pick up or refuse all the food offered.
  • Unloading NIFB pallets delivered the first Wednesday of each month

See the wish list of necessary items needed to equip the new client-choice Pantry. Scroll down the wish list and select an item to donate or buy in honor of a friend. Your contribution is tax deductible.

Q&A With Highland Park Players’ Director, Dina DiCostanzo

ON THE TOWN, the energetic wartime musical about three sailors on a 24-hour leave in New York City, features thrilling music by Leonard Bernstein with playful lyrics and book by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. The show’s celebrated score includes a number of musical theatre standards, including “Come Up to My Place,” “I Can Cook, Too,” “Some Other Time” and “New York, New York.” Performances take place at the Northbrook Theatre from October 12-28, 2018. Get your tickets today at!

What do you like about “On The Town”?

The score by Leonard Bernstein is what first drew me to “On The Town”. It is sweeping and glorious and sets the perfect mood for 24 hrs of love and adventure in New York City. After that, the clever script and relationships are really special.

How does “On The Town” differ from other classic musicals?

“On The Town” is one of the first ‘earlier’ musicals that really tells much of the story through the female characters. The females are as much the leading players as the men. The women are written just as funny and clever as the men and I chalk that up to Betty Comden who co-wrote the script with Adolf Green.

How is “On The Town” still relevant to today’s society?

I think that sometimes love and relationships are still fast and fleeting the way they are in “On the Town”. The notion of connecting really strongly with someone, romantically or platonically, and then likely never seeing them again…How time flies when you’re having fun and how we should relish those good times and special connections we make. I think all of that is still something people in 2018 can relate to.

Dina DiCostanzo is the Director and Choreographer for this fall’s production of On the Town. 

Auditions for On the Town take place at the West Ridge Center (636 Ridge Rd. Highland Park, IL) on Tuesday, July 17 – 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. and Saturday, July 21 – 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Callbacks take place on Monday, July 23 starting at 6:00 p.m. All roles available for ages 14 and older. Please prepare 16 bars of a song to sing and bring sheet music in the key you plan to sing in. Rehearsals begin in early August. Specific dates/times TBD.

Take a Break: Opt for Some ‘Me Time’ at Lash L’Heureux Coterie

May 23, 2018 | Humans of Highland Park Blog | Take a Break: Opt for Some ‘Me Time’ at Lash L’Heureux Coterie | 

When somebody tells you to relax, it’s easier said than done. Life can get pretty hectic for the most of us — from juggling work, school, children, daily commutes, among many other tasks — all we have to do is take a breath and find a moment for some ‘me’ time. Recently, I was invited to experience a facial at Lash L’Heureux Coterie. Esthetician Leslie McRae took great care of my skin and I felt like a brand new person. After receiving my facial treatment, I walked away with tips and methods on improving my skincare routine. It’s hard to explain how relaxed one will feel after the pampering is over with. Shockingly, I took a nap on a Friday night at 6 o’clock because of how relaxed I felt. All a person wants to do is relish the experience by throwing on some comfy pajamas, having a glass of wine, and totally vegging out.

I recently sat down with Brian L’Heureux, owner of Lash L’Heureux Coterie, for an exclusive Q&A about his boutique salon in Downtown Highland Park.

Tell us about Lash L’Heureux’s humble beginnings and where did the name come from?

When I, Brian L’Heureux, along with my mother, Dottie L’Heureux, decided to open our business back in 2010, we knew exactly what we would call it… Lash L’Heureux Coterie. Let us break down the name and tell you a little more about who we are:

  • Lash… Yes, we do lash extensions — but ironically my father, Adrian L’Heureux, was given the nickname Lash L’Heureux at a young age. There was a popular Western motion picture star of the 1940s and 1950s named “Lash LaRue”— and that is how you pronounce our last name. The name stuck with him his entire life. Often times, I get called “Lash” from those that are familiar with the Hollywood cowboy.
  • L’Heureux…Our family name is from French descent. The translation means “the happy one.”  The name is very fitting to our personalities. We love positive energy and want to bring a little bit of happiness to our family, friends and clients. Nothing makes us happier than having a few laughs with a client and see them leaving the salon with a smile on their face.
  • Coterie…the definition is “an exclusive group of people with a common interest, a high-end set, a clique.”  Beauty comes in all shapes and forms and “coterie” displays our common interest. Everyone deserves a little luxury and we want to bring that to our clients in the services we offer and the salon environment itself. If you aren’t aware of it yet, you will be. Our clients love beauty in every detail and are like a secret society that believe it is high maintenance to be low maintenance! The services we offer (lashes, brows and facials) give our customers an ease to their everyday routines because of the regular maintenance done at our salon.

What will a customer expect when receiving a facial?

When we moved into our larger location at Renaissance Place, we had room to expand our services and started to offer facials. Our top esthetician, Leslie McRae, is at the top of her game and provides the experience that is above and beyond a typical facial. She is knowledgeable and customizes each facial to each individual’s needs and goals. Using state of the art DermaSound and Ultrasonic Technology, Leslie treats skin conditions — from aging to acne and everything in between. She is also a very intuitive massage therapist that can sense a client’s tensions. While your enzyme treatments are doing their work, Leslie makes sure her touch puts you at ease. It is hard to describe the level of relaxation — it is something you just have to encounter yourself. Our custom facial experience costs $125 and is recommended every four weeks for both short-term skin care goals and long-term preventative maintenance.

Describe Leslie’s experience:

Leslie is a licensed esthetician and massage therapist with over 25 years of experience in both fields. Her extensive training is not only in the salon setting, but also in the clinical and medical fields. Her facials and massages provide our clientele with the best experience of achieving results and relaxation, all in one session. She is passionate about educating and empowering her clients on methods to better care for their skin, body, and overall wellness. Leslie creates both inner and outer beauty by balancing both health and beauty with her nurturing approach combined with the essentials of science.

What does it mean to own a business in Downtown Highland Park?

We have always had a connection to Chicago’s North Shore and have always felt at home here. Downtown Highland Park has always had an active, community feel. Our clients come from all over the North Shore, the City of Chicago, the Western Suburbs, and even some travel from out of state. We take pride in the services we offer, but if it weren’t for our vibrant community, clients might not be quick to travel so far. That is why we chose Downtown Highland Park to open the premier lash salon on the North Shore.


Contact Info:

For more information / to book an appointment, visit or call 847-748-8749.

Lash L’Heureux is located in the Renaissance Place at 1849 Green Bay Rd. Highland Park, IL 60035.

Questions? Email


Written by Ariana Pup, Marketing Director of Downtown Highland Park

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Pulling Down the Moon Adds New Acupuncture Practitioner

Pulling Down the Moon is increasing their days of service, hours of availability, and number of practitioners at their downtown Highland Park office!

Christina Livas, Licensed Acupuncturist

Highland Park: Tuesday & Thursday 4-7 PM (starting 5/22/18)

Christina holds a Master’s degree in Acupuncture from National University of Health Sciences. There she graduated Magna Cum Laude and Salutatorian. Christina is a nationally certified Diplomate of Acupuncture through NCCAOM. She is also certified in cosmetic acupuncture and facial rejuvenation. Christina has been practicing since 2012 and during that time has worked with patients suffering from emotional issues, infertility, pain management, and PTSD.

Through her internship and practice, Christina has helped many men and women with infertility issues to conceive both naturally and in conjunction with IVF/IUI. Along with helping patients conceive she has helped numerous women with pregnancy support. Christina’s goal is to help people achieve and maintain health and wellness through natural medicine.

To book an appointment with Christina or to contact Pulling Down the Moon, visit or call 312.957.6235.


We compiled a list of all the different ways you can spend time with mom this Sunday, May 13! Check out all the Mother’s Day happenings, gift ideas, and deals from our local businesses. Treat your mom, aunt, or grandmother (or all three!) to brunch at one of our restaurants or cafes and then explore downtown Highland Park!

Remember to always shop local >


Embrace the Race 5K Help make an impact and sign up for the Embrace the Race 5k. Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 13, 2018 at 8:00 am at 445 Central Ave, Highland Park , IL 60035. Embrace the Race is a fun and inspiring event to raise funds for breast and ovarian cancer research at NorthShore University HealthSystem.

Beelows Brunch: Treat mom to something special this Mother’s Day! Brunch at Beelow’s 10AM to 2:30PM. Call (847) 780-3300 to make a reservation.

Bella Via Restaurant: Celebrate Mom for lunch (11am-2:30pm) or dinner (4:30-10pm) at Bella Via Restaurant. Complimentary mimosas for lunch! Call (847) 681-8300 to make a reservation.

Bottle & Bottega Celebrate Mother’s Day with Mom at our BYOB studio. Make something beautiful for her to remember! Seats are going fast! Sign up for an event and get complimentary Bundtinis from Nothing Bundt Cakes. BYOB: We’ll supply the Orange Juice….you supply the Bubbly. Ticket price includes all paint supplies, instruction, aprons and a 11×14 take-home canvas!

Pulling Down the Moon Virtual Wine Sip: Mother’s Day can be the hardest day of the year if you’re facing Infertility. Don’t face it alone! Join us the day before Mother’s Day instead. Pour yourself a glass of wine (or your favorite mocktail), hop online, and join Pulling Down the Moon and The Broken Brown Egg for a fun, friendly, and hope-filled afternoon as we decompress, inspire, and encourage one another. **Every registered attendee will be entered into a raffle for a special gift!** Space is limited, pre-register here.

Anthropologie: Stop by on Saturday May 12th from 12pm-3pm to shop locally made floral arrangements for Mother’s Day + Bring the kids for a hands-on craft + Enjoy Sips and Sweets while you Shop the new Spring/Summer collection + Complimentary Gift Wrapping for Mother’s Day! Featuring Chicago based Floral Designer, May Floral.  1780 Green Bay Road Highland Park, IL. 

Club Pilates Intro Class: Give Mom the gift of Beauty, Grace and Strength. Sign up with Mom for our complimentary Mothers Day Intro Class this Saturday, May 12 at 1pm. Come enjoy a sweet treat and the gift of Pilates!

Enaz: Check out our daily jewelry trunk shows happening this week & find the perfect mother’s day gift! Complimentary gift wrap as always!


Adesso: Find a gift that is iconic, stylish, artisanal, unique, fresh, essential, functional, and simply perfect.

Floral Gardens: Find the perfect fresh flowers for mom! To pick out a bouquet, visit the website or call (847) 432-3420 to place your order NOW.


Riche Organics: Need a last minute gift set for mom? Pick up one of our bath bomb gift sets. We offer pre-made sets, and on the spot customizable gifts that are handcrafted, cruelty-free, and organic!


Cos Bar: Relax with Facials! Enjoy a complimentary mini-facial from La Mer and receive a deluxe gift with your qualifying purchase on Saturday, May 12.


Gordon Salon: Treat Mom to a Gordon Salon experience this Mother’s Day! Choose from the luxury enhancement services like the beauty-on-demand mini facial or the perfecting plant peel, pramasana scalp treatment and more. Schedule your mother-daughter appointment today!


Love That Spice: Mother’s Day Sale at Love that Spice. Take 25% off any teapot, tea cup or tea tin gift set.  Offer Expires Saturday, May 12, 2018.

Alixandra Collections Shop earrings, ponchos, bracelets, handbags and more.Don’t forget…gift wrap is free!


Body Evolve: Celebrate Pilates Day and Mother’s Day at Body Evolve. Get two private pilates sessions for $140. * Purchase by May 14, 2018. Expires six months from date of purchase. One per family. 847-926-8490.

Betts: Happy Mother’s Day Shopping! Save 10% off  on Handmade Jewelry by Renata Mikota 14K, Gold Filled, Sterling, Semi Precious 5/9-5/12

NS Wellness: In honor of Mother’s Day, we are offering 50% off of any 60 or 90-Minute Massage for any first timers out there.  Give the gift of massage or use it for yourself! This promo is available from 5/4/2018 to 5/18/2018 and must be used by 5/31/2018.

Pulling Down the Moon: For Mothers…Past, Present and Future! Give them the gift of a $99 Wild Card Gift Card. Purchase this limited time Wild Card special, then choose from an Initial Acupuncture Consultation (save $51), Fertility-Enhancing Massage (save $26), or Initial Nutrition Consultation (save $51) for only $99!

Nozicka Center for Coaching & Hypnosis: An offer to all mothers: A one-hour relaxation session. Step out of the world for a truly wonderful time just for YOU! My special is $99.00 for one session! A savings of $50.00.

Nic + Zoe: In honor of Mothers everywhere, join us in our stores or online now through May 13th to receive a Free Gift with Purchase. Spend $250+ and receive our Signature Print Manicure Kit -OR- Spend $500+ and receive our Signature Print Cosmetic Bag + Manicure Kit.