Chicago Estonian House in Riverwoods IL
The Chicago Estonian House is a cultural center that promotes Estonian culture, language and history and serves as a meeting place for people of Estonian heritage and friends of Estonia. The Estonian House in Chicago is a small piece of Estonia nestled on the Des Plaines River in the heartland of America. The closest counterparts are on the East and West coasts. It is not unusual for visitors to travel several hundred miles to reconnect with their Estonian roots at our community center. Continue reading →
The Chicago Estonian House is a cultural center that offers a large number of activities.
The Chicago Estonian School opened its doors on April 9th, 1967.
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