The official Kenilworth Flag In the summer of 1987, Matthew Duffy was one of twenty Boy Scouts selected from Illinois to attend the World Jamboree to be held in Australia in 1989. As was the custom at Jamborees, the boys were asked to bring materials so that they could build something that represented their home […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Kenilworth Flag
KHS has initiated a Digital Photograph Campaign! The purpose of the Digital Photograph Campaign is to collect and preserve contemporary photographs of the people, places, and organizations of Kenilworth. In addition to being a visual record, these photographs illustrate changes Kenilworth has undergone. Photography has shifted dramatically to digital formats in the last 10 years, […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Digital Photograph Campaign!
The historic Kenilworth Metra train station, still in heavy use today by commuters and visitors alike, makes a picturesque place to hold our newest exhibit – “The History of Kenilworth “, brought to you by The Kenilworth Historical Society. Over the coming year, or more, new installments will continue to inform and entertain riders waiting […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Kenilworth Train Station Exhibit
Mondays, 9:00-4:30 and Thursdays, 9:00 to noon Kenilworth, Illinois is located between the villages of Wilmette and Winnetka, sixteen miles north of the Chicago loop.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Museum and Research Center Hours: