A pair of stories from the local papers regarding Coming Together in Skokie and Niles Township.
From The Chicago Tribune:
Annual Skokie program focuses on Korea
Korean culture, entertainment and culinary delights will be shared and celebrated during the fifth annual Coming Together in Skokie and Niles Township.
More than 60 events and activities are planned during the next six weeks as village officials join hands with the local Korean-American community, Niles Township High School District 219 and library officials in Skokie, Morton Grove, Niles and Lincolnwood to spread knowledge about Korea.
From Skokie Review:
From K-Pop to hanbok, this celebration of Korean culture has it covered
SKOKIE — Coming Together in Skokie & Niles Township celebrates the Korean culture with an opening ceremony featuring an exhibit and refreshments at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 26 and a cultural program at 2 p.m. at Niles West High School.
The event will highlight Taekwondo, K-Pop, traditional performances and more.
This officially launches some 60-plus eclectic Korean-themed programs over the next six weeks at various Niles Township venues. The following is a schedule of events categorized by the type of activity being held.