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Bunker Hill Forest Preserve is a large park that offers scenic views of nature, trails for walking or jogging and ample space for picnics. The park also serves as an outdoor venue for any event with proper county permits.
The McGaw YMCA's amenities include exercise studios, Pilates studio, Racquetball courts, Treadmills, stair climbers, free weights, free wifi, gymnasium, two indoor pools, locker rooms and saunas. Instructional classes, summer camps, and public assistance programs and memberships are available.
The Wilmette Children's Theatre supports arts in the community by involving young local actors. The shows conducted during the yearly performance season also cater specifically to families with plays and musicals that are appropriate for children.
Keay Nature Center is a 4.6 acre nature center featuring several accessible nature trails and small waterfalls. Much of the center's plant-life is identified via informational plaques, and visitors will also find several memorial signs.
Dave's Down To Earth Rock Shop sells not only gems and minerals but jewelry, beads, fossils, Native American art and many other artifacts, sculptures and unique items. There is also a free museum downstairs filled with fossils.
Revolution X is an indoor cycling studio that provides a large variety of exercise classes. Classes that are taught at the facility include Level 1 Spin, Tri Curious, Spin and Strength, Themed Spin Bootcamp, and The Gun Show.
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Featuring a combined 18 screens, Evanston Century 12 & Cinearts 6 display first-run Hollywood movies and independent films. The theaters provide stadium seating, arcade games, a lobby cafe and an in-theater bar with adult beverages.