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MainStreet Libertyville and the David Adler Music and Arts Center have joined forces to co-sponsor an inaugural event for this year. Join your friends for this tasty gathering and enjoy the ambiance of the David Adler Music and Arts Center, one of Libertyville’s historic treasures. The evening will feature gourmet tastings from Libertyville chefs, specialty cocktails and a sweets table. Tickets are $100 and must be purchased in advance.
Lincoln Park Uncorked is a neighborhood wine stroll that combines delicious wine samples paired with local, complementary bites and showcases Lincoln Park businesses. Tickets $40 in advance; $50 at the door. 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Timber Terror, a bone chilling experience that recreates and relives the Witter Hills Asylum. Patients experienced a macabre, sadistic torment while housed at the facility. A patient revolt took place and the Witter Hill Asylum was burnt to the ground. Survivors had not where to go and hid in the woods for years. The patient's spirits lurk in the woods and become vocal each October with unsettling noises and vibes coming from the area which once was the Witter Hills Asylum. Hours: 7pm to 11pm, Fridays and Saturdays. Admission: $10
Begin your evening of fun and adventure with dinner at the Jacob Henry Mansion but-don't plan on leaving until you have solved the mysterious Murder Mystery! The theme revolves around the 1920 era and dress from that period is encouraged. Costumes add to add to the festivities, but are not necessary. We will meet you at the Town Meeting at the Jacob Henry Mansion for a fun filled, lighthearted, personalized package where guests unknowingly become entangled in an intriguing web of drama and suspense as they become victims - the suspects - or the "KILLER."
Welcome warmer weather and shake off cabin fever during Naper Settlement’s annual tribute to the changing of the seasons. Learn the time-honored method of collecting sap the old-fashioned way and see a maple tree tapping demonstration. Enjoy hands-on activities and presentations that recount Illinois’ Native American heritage and pioneer past and try a tasty maple treat. Each of the historic buildings will have a different theme and special activities for families to enjoy.
Come on out and witness an exciting seminar about dog sledding and the Siberian Husky while enjoying exciting sled demos. There will be huskies for you to meet and greet as well as the Husky Boutique and information about the rescue. Admission is free and event is open to the public. Sled demo times are 9:30am,12pm, and 3pm and are located at the Southwest end of the Starved Rock State Park Visitor's Center Parking Lot. Seminar times are 10:30am and 1:30pm and will be in the LaSalle Room in Starved Rock Lodge.
2 sheets of ice. 16 teams. 4-on-4 action. Don't miss the elemental game of hockey! This tournament is hosted by the Island Park District.
Grayville Days celebration will have live band entertainment, lots of food and craft vendors, big parade, activities for all ages, spectacular fireworks show and more!
A Peoria area tradition during the season of fright, Wildlife Prairie Park transforms into a spooky, kid-friendly Halloween experience. See website for dates and times.
Homestead Festival is a weekend long event in Princeton with something for all ages. Live music, parade, arts & craft show, helicopter rides, blues concert, tours of the Owen Lovejoy Homestead, window displays, BBQ rib cook off, flea market, pet fest, car show, petting zoo, children’s fun fair, children’s tractor pull, pie baking contest, pancake breakfast, 50/50 and so much more!
The Fine Art Fair is one of the largest and top ranking visual arts events in Central Illinois. It features over 150 local, national and international visual artists from 26 states, Canada, Argentina and Israel.
Join in the fun from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM Saturday October 8th for the 10th annual car cruise-in with great classic cars, food, music, door prizes and a 50/50 drawing. The event is co-sponsored by the Railsplitter Antique Auto Club. Vehicle registration suggested donation is $5. A fund raiser for The Mill restoration project. The Railsplitter Antique Auto Club has hosted the event all ten years and has raised over $2500 for the Mill from this annual event.
This year’s Abraham Lincoln National Railsplitting Festival will be held at new locations in Lincoln, Illinois, all of which are located on Historic Route 66 – Postville Courthouse State Historic Site, Postville Park and The Mill. The event is a celebration of the pioneer days that influenced Abraham Lincoln’s early life, including his time as a lawyer on the 8th Judicial Circuit. Traditional Saturday festival activities include the Women's Firewood Split, Log Rolling Contest, Cross Cut Saw Competition, Antique Tractor Games, Team Railsplitting Contest, Jr. Railsplitting Contest and the Amateur Railsplitting Contest. Sunday Railsplitting festival activities include a Community Church Service, the Dean Tibbs Tomahawk Throw, the Ray Begolka Corn Shelling Contest, a Stick Horse Rodeo, Water Boil Contest, Outhouse Races, Trick Riding & Drill Team by Rita Coleman, the Re-Christening of the City Lincoln at 3pm and the National Railsplitting Contest at 3:15pm.
The blockbuster Disney movie comes to life in this awe-inspiring Paramount production that is perfect for the young and the young at heart. This is the kind of production that has the Paramount creative team chomping at the bit. Bringing the underwater surroundings to life, creating the costumes that transform humans into creatures, developing a system that will allow mermaids to swim and arranging a score for the Paramount orchestra that will give audiences chills are exactly the challenges they thrive on. No matter your age, no matter your experience with the story, no matter if you believe in mermaids or not, when that curtain goes up, you will want to be in your seats to experience this production.
Washington Specialty Shops offer a night of fun with free carriage rides, activities, music, food and shopping, all celebrating the season! 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm.
Come out and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Civil War Reenactment with period dance, demonstrations of crafts from the era by period artisans and talented storytellers and musicians. Shadows of the Blue and Gray is a living history event that allows you to step back in time and witness history in person.
The 2016 PNC Bank Peoria Marathon and Run River City Races is one of Peoria’s premier running events! Runners can participate in the full, USATF certified marathon, marathon relay, half marathon, 5k and youth run. Stay for the music, drinks, and food inside Carver Arena at the Peoria Civic Center!
Salt Creek ABATE, Route 66 Heritage Foundation of Logan County and the Illinois Route 66 Scenic Byway will be hosting a new Motorcycle Show on Saturday from 11am to 3pm at The Mill on 66. The event is being held as part of and in conjunction with the Abraham Lincoln Railsplitting Festival (www.railsplitting.com) and the 90th Anniversary of Route 66 (1926-2016). All statewide ABATE members are invited as well as all motorcyclists. There will be People’s Choice awards, live music and hot pizza for the event. A suggested $5 registration donation for motorcyclists will go towards the Mill.
Come help with the Annual White (and gray) Squirrel count of Olney. Each counter will be given a specific area of the town to count. Volunteers are always welcomed. Please, call today to reserve your counting area today for October 1 , 8, or 15th.
No entertainer can move and excite an audience like Tony Orlando.Tony brings to the stage a warmth and exhilarating energy that electrifies an audience. In 1973, he recorded Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree. The song was number one for the year, became Orlando's theme song and grew into an American anthem of hope and homecoming, reunion and renewal. For outstanding achievements to the entertainment industry, Tony was also awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Considered one of the best vocalists of all time, Karen Carpenter captured the attention of a generation with the surprisingly deep material of her unabashedly catchy pop music. Singer and playwright Lisa Rock has compiled a moving tribute to the music and life of Carpenter, and brings it to the stage with her 6-piece band. Dedicated to re-creating the true sound of The Carpenters, Lisa Rock and her band will be singing all of their most memorable hits of the 70s including “We’ve Only Just Begun,” “Rainy Days and Mondays,” and of course “Close to You.”
Since bursting onto the scene in 2011, Platinum selling recording artists Pentatonix have sold more than 2.7 million albums in the U.S. alone, won a Grammy Award, sold out venues worldwide, have amassed over 1.4 billion views on their YouTube channel with over 10 million subscribers and appeared in the feature film Pitch Perfect 2. Their latest release, Pentatonix debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 and Current Albums Chart.
Poisoned apples. Glass slippers. Who needs ‘em?! Not Snow White and her posse of disenchanted princesses in the hilarious hit musical that’s anything but grimm. Forget the princesses you think you know – the original storybook heroines have come back to life to set the record straight. After multiple sold-out runs nationwide, these royal renegades tossed off their tiaras to bring their hilariously subversive, not-for-the-kiddies musical to you – and what you thought about princesses will never be the same! In addition to the sold-out New York engagement, this fairy tale has gone international.
Take the instrumental talents of classically trained Kuba Kawnik, add the beautiful vocal styles of Broadway vocalist Rebecca Lowe and we get the outstanding performance of Kubecca. He brings a wide variety of instruments to accompany Rebecca in the program of Broadway, pops and classical tunes. For more information, call (618) 468-4222. All performances are held in the acoustically superb Ann Whitney Olin Auditorium in the Hatheway Cultural Center on the campus of Lewis & Clark Community Center.