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Snowflake 2018 has been rescheduled for Friday, April 13, 2018!

Register your middle school student here!

Location: Haven Middle School (2417 Prairie Ave., Evanston)

Snowflake 2018 will feature small group activities, we are bringing in CircEsteem for an interactive workshop and Chicago Culture Shock for a high-energy performance using dance and hip-hop to communicate important social issues.

A special thanks to the North End Mother’s Club for their generous grant to help support Snowflake 2018!

Who Can Go?

Snowflake is FREE to all 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students who attend Evanston/Skokie District 65 schools.  PEER Services, in partnership with District 65, provides transportation to the event, t-shirts, snacks, and dinner at no charge.

While no cost is required to attend, there is a suggested donation of $10 to help offset the event’s cost. Please click here to donate to Snowflake.  Please indicate that your donation is for the Snowflake program.  Checks can also be made payable to PEER Services and mailed to 906 Davis St., Evanston, IL 60201.

History of Snowflake

Evanston middle school students have been living it up at Snowflake since 2001, when it was first held in our community.  Snowflake is an annual event that typically takes place in February.  The Evanston Snowflake event is part of a larger, statewide initiative, Operation Snowball, which is sponsored by the Illinois Association of Behavioral Health.

Snowflake aims to teach attendees important life skills, such as decision-making, problem solving, communication, and drug refusal techniques in the coolest and most interactive ways possible. Evanston’s Snowflake event engages middle school, high school, and Northwestern University students, as well as adults from the community, in order to create a fun and meaningful experience for all involved.  As part of our planning process, we convene a group of middle school students who serve as the advisory planning group.  These students decide the event’s annual theme, select small group activities that reflect the theme, and design the event’s t-shirt.

PEER Services would like to thank those who have supported the Snowflake event in Evanston.  Without their support, this event would not be possible.  Supporters include Evanston/Skokie School District 65, the Evanston Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition, Trader Joe’s, Jewel Osco, Sam’s Club, Gigio’s Pizzeria, and individual donors.

To find out more about Snowflake, please call:

In Evanston: 847.492.1778 and ask for Prevention Services

© 2018 PEER Services

906 Davis Street, Evanston, IL 60201 - 847-492-1778
3633 W. Lake Avenue #305, Glenview IL 60026 - 847-657-7337

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