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Hinckley Farmers Market
The Hinckley Farmers Market features locally-grown produce, wine, baked goods, flowers and artisan crafts. Every Saturday (Mid-June - Mid-October depending on weather) 9am - Noon 710 James St. in the Hinckley Fresh Market parking lot, on the corner of Rt. 30 and Somonauk Road For more information call 815-590-4069
Planned activities include a craft show, a dance contest, stein holding contests, antique tractor show, races, a church service and delectable international food and much more!
Historic Trolley Tour
June through December. Board a trolley outside of the Great Hall area of the Lodge. Enjoy a historic trolley ride with stops at the Starved Rock State Park Visitor Center where you will see a short video of the area. You will also travel to the Illinois Waterway Visitor Center where you will see Starved Rock from across the river and watch as the river traffic lock through the locks. You will also travel through the village of Utica and hear about the Illinois and Michigan Canal. While aboard, the driver will narrate the history and legends of the area. For tickets and information please call 815-220-7386. $12 Adults, $10 Seniors, $8 Child 10 and under. 2014 Dates: JUNE – OCTOBER- Tuesday – 3:00pm, Thursday – 3:00pm, Saturday – 3:00pm, Sunday – 12:00pm & 1:30pm. November & December- Saturday - 12:00pm & 1:30pm, Sunday - 12:00pm & 1:30pm.
History Comes Alive
Every day for 12 weeks this summer, you’ll be able to take a step back in time as you participate in a whole array of living history performances and programs that will both delight and educate about the Springfield Abraham Lincoln knew and loved for most of his life. From Civil War encampments to White House kitchen chats with Mr. Lincoln himself, there’s something for everyone. Some events may have a fee.
Holiday House Walk
Come and enjoy a tour of five beautifully decorated and historic homes in Hinckley open to the public. Five homes will be featured in this holiday event. Tickets will go on sale beginning November 1. Tickets will be available for purchase the day of as well. The house walk will be from 2:00pm-6:00pm. Sponsored by Hinckley Parks and Recreation. Tickets are available at the following locations: Hinckley Fresh Market, Hinckley Public Library, Hinckley Village Office, Jack and Jina’s BP, and Treasures Old and New
Holiday in the Grove
Enjoy Christmas in the Grove this year! Children's Holiday Shop, sleigh rides, caroling, crafts, breakfast with Santa. Children's Free Raffle basket returns with goodies for all ages!
CITY: Sugar Grove
Holiday Lights at Bunker Hill
Historic buildings at Kennekuk County Park's "Bunker Hill Historic Area" will be lit for the occasion and decorated for the holidays. Continuing throughout the holiday season, the holiday lights will be displayed weekends from 5-8 p.m.
Holiday Lights at Bunker Hill Historic Area
The historic buildings at Kennekuk County Park's Bunker Hill Historic Area will be decorated for the holidays and thousands of lights illuminated Friday - Sunday 5:00 - 8:00 PM through the holiday season.
Holiday Lights Train
The Holiday Light Train is Pete's biggest event of the year. The park is decorated for the Holidays. See over 250,000 lights in various displays. Giant toy soldiers, candy canes, cascading snow flakes, flying reindeer, and swans swimming, just to name a few of Pete's displays!
Holiday Magic at Brookfield Zoo
December 18th & 19th December 26th - 31st January 1st 4-9pm Start a new family tradition at Chicagoland's largest light festival featuring over 120 animated light displays and million twinkling lights. Come celebrate the holiday season with family and friends during Brookfield Zoos 29th annual Holiday Magic. Enjoy live entertainment, amazing animals, model trains and a train ride, special Dolphin Show, Sing to the Animals and professional ice carvers. Call or visit website for more info.
Holiday Magic at Brookfield Zoo
Saturdays and Sundays, December 6-7, 13-14, 20-21, Friday to Wednesday, December 26-31 (4-9pm) See the Lights. Feel the Magic. Continue the tradition. Chilcagoland's largest lights festival surrounds you in the cheer of over 1,000,000 twinkling lights, caroling to the animals, ice carving, light shows, Santa and Mrs. Claus. You're sure to feel the magic of the holidays! Many of our indoor exhibits will be open for viewing favorite animals, plus there will be Singing to the Animals and special Zoo Chats. In addition, the zoo restaurants and food stands will be open with full menus and holiday treats, and gift shops will have hundreds of unique items for those hard-to-shop-for loved ones. Enjoy a full schedule of nightly music and live entertainment inside the Pavilions. Also on the schedule, an amazing magic show, costumed characters, a model railroad display, and the 38 foot Talking Tree.
Holiday Under the Stars
A traditional tree lighting ceremony, food, holiday fun activities, Santa’s workshop with a visit from Santa and to the end the evening - a holiday fireworks show.
Hollywood Casino Joliet Route 66 Classic
A tribute to all things vintage, the Hollywood Casino Joliet Route 66 Classic is the ultimate good ol' days event, paying homage to the early drag racing and hot rod culture. From Nostalgia Funny Car racing down the dragstrip, to the classic cars on display in the Show 'n Shine - the Route 66 Classic is a quarter-mile blast down memory lane.
Home for the Holidays
Start the season of good cheer off right with an old-fashioned holiday feeling in downtown Morris. The nostalgic street lights downtown take on a festive glow with wreaths and lights adorning the lampposts. The celebration features a house walk, a night time lighted parade, carriage rides, trolley rides, a children's winter carnival, the festival of trees, live reindeer and of course, Santa!.
Home for the Holidays in Downtown Oak Park
Catch the old fashioned holiday spirit in Downtown Oak Park! Celebrate the season with free horse-drawn sleigh rides and a visit from Santa!
CITY: Oak Park
Home Garden & Business Expo
Annual Home Garden & Business Expo featuring over 40 exhibitors and 2 full days of "How To" demonstrations. Breakfast and lunch available, hourly door prizes, blood screenings on site and register for the "Grand Prize!"
Homer Harvest Days 2014
The 7th annual Homer Harvest Days features food, live music, old-fashioned entertainment and games, children's activities, living history and pioneer demonstrations, a petting zoo, pony rides, antique tractors, hay rides, artisan and unique craft vendors, and other amusements and diversions from a simpler and more rural era. The Trantina Farm is conveniently located near I-355 and 159th St, east of Gougar Road.
CITY: Homer Glen
Start the Christmas season off right, head downtown to the City of Effingham and Central Business District's Small Town Christmas and Christmas tree lighting event! Santa will arrive downtown around 4:00 p.m. to officially light the "City of Effingham" Christmas tree on the Courthouse square lawn. Be downtown to see Santa arrive with all of his elves and make sure you get in line to give him your Christmas list! There will also be Christmas Carolers serenading you with songs throughout the event, along with other goodies. Step back in time and take a ride on a horse drawn carriage through the downtown area. Bring the whole family downtown to kick off the holiday season right!
Hometown Days Festival
Four days and nights full of music, food, and fun!
Hometown Holly Day
Featuring 40+ vendors to complete your Christmas shopping. Local shops offering discounts. Breakfast with Santa at the Methodist Church, put on by the Optimist Club. Cookie Walk at the Catholic Church. Light parade at dusk, Bingo at Harlan Hall the complete the fun filled day!
How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying
Wouldn't we all want to know the answer to that question! This play is about J. Pierrepont Finch, a window washer who finds a book called "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," which he uses to get a job at World Wide Wickets and move up in the company. Showing on: July 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 2014 at 7:30 pm July 13, 20, 2014 at 2:00 pm
In conjunction with the Illinois Audubon Society, hummingbirds will be banded and released at the Lewis & Clark State Historic Site. Participants can adopt and release a hummingbird. This event runs from 9 a.m. - Noon only. For more information, call (618) 251-5811.
Hutson Massacre Pageant
The only outdoor presentation of its kind in the area. The pageant depicts the early settlers coming to what is now Crawford County and the forming of the town of Hutsonville. The town, township and creek were all named for the massacred first family, the Isaac Hutson's. Featuring also music and food - bring your lawn chairs. Pageant is free but a free-will offering will be taken. Event begins at dusk. Learn the history of Hutsonville, tour the museum, Hutson cabin, inn, country store, barn, loom room and Hutson Chapel.
Hutsonville Community Days
Join in the tradition of this fun family-friendly event that includes a car show, entertainment, parade and food - in Downtown Hutsonville.
I&I Antique Tractor Historic Farm Days
Relive historic farming days at this annual four-day event. Plow and tillage field demonstrations, model gas and steam engines, horse and tractor demos, daily antique tractor pulls and country cooking you won’t want to miss. For more information, call 217-351-4133 or visit www.antiquefarm.org.
I&M Canal Mule-Pulled Boat Rides
Your 90-min, round trip journey on the mule-pulled, full-size replica canal boat will take you on the same hand-dug waterway that 19th century pioneers traveled. Your guides, dressed as Canal Era crew and passengers, will take you back in time to life on the American frontier and the Illinois prairie. Meet our mules, Larry and Moe, and learn how mules and horses powered the boats in the last century. Seating on open-air deck and in enclosed cabin. Plenty of seating for inclement weather - boat runs rain and shine. Handicapped Accessible except motorized wheelchairs. Parking is free. All tickets must be picked up at the Lock 16 Center, 754 First Street, LaSalle, IL. Please plan to arrive at least 20 minutes before scheduled departure. Call 815-220-1848 for questions, special requests & additional days and times, other than Friday through Sunday, LaSalle Canal Boat.
I’ve Got A Little Twist
The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players perform a comedic mash-up cabaret of musical hits. The Mikado meets The Music Man and HMS Pinafore sets sail for Brigadoon. A fresh and most heartfelt performance, not to be missed.
ILBA Pub Crawl for Food Pantry
This charity event starts with Breakfast and Bloody Mary's at Ninth Street Pub and Ride Bikes to six other bar sponsors in a Poker Run Style and return to the Pub for door prizes and smokehouse food and music at 5pm. $15 donation - pub crawls through October 4th. Call 9th St. for details.
Illinois Game and Pet Breeders Fall Swap Meet
This swap meet involves the buying, selling and trading of game birds, animals, pets and supplies. Vendors will also be available with local honey, garden plants, flowers, and a small flea market. Events opens at 6 am. Gate Fee: $3.00 per person over the age of 10.
Illinois Products Farmers Market
Held at the Illinois State Fairgrounds Commodities Pavilion across from the grandstand, The Illinois Products Farmers Market features fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, Illinois wine and craft beer, plants and flowers Live entertainment, health screenings, kids activities and more! Takes place every Thursday, excluding Aug. 7 & 14 due to the Illinois State Fair.
Illinois Renaissance Festival
Welcome everyone to merry old England! Step back in time, a midst the pageantry of the day, and explore our kingdom full of musicians, artisans, eateries, and knights. Test your skills as you attempt to walk across the rope bridge or hit the catapult target with a water balloon. Feast like a King on hearty food and drink. Shop and barter for fine handcrafted treasures in the bazaar, listen to the sounds of performers entertaining the villagers. Fun for the whole family!
Illinois Renewable Energy & Lifestyle Fair
Come explore a full weekend of renewable energy and sustainable living ideas. Featured speakers, workshops, booths, displays, tours, children's activities, food and entertainment.
Illinois State Fair
Make plans now to bring the entire family for adventure, thrills, top name entertainment and the best agriculture exhibition in the country! Each August, hundreds of thousands of visitors flock to Springfield for the Illinois State Fair. Enjoy 10 days of Illinois excitement and entertainment, with everything from top name stars to carnival rides, food, contests, concerts, livestock shows and auto racing.
Illinois State Harley Rally
Quincy, IL will host the 25th annual IL HOG rally on the banks of the Mississippi River July 17-19, 2014. TNT Action Sports hosts the Friday night welcome party with Super Majik Robots to perform. Saturday night the event goes to the Riverfront in Clat Adams Park, open to the public with food and live music. The host hotel is the Town & Country Inn & Suites. For more information contact Jim Wolf at 217-577-5690.
Immersed in Ink
This show is a celebration of pop culture in tattoo arts and films and features some of the hottest tattoo artists from all over the US. Live tattooing, gut wrenching sideshows, costume contests, Ms. Tattoo Pageant, human suspension, insane body modification, tattoo contests, guest appearances by some of your favorite horror celebrities and so much more!
CITY: Tinley Park
Indian Summer Festival
Brilliant fall colors make the perfect back drop for this family fall festival featuring food, crafts, music and children's activities.
Insider Art is an exhibition of art created by Union Street Gallery insiders: studio and guild artists, a connected group of artists who are part of a unique collaborative that functions inside the influence of Union Street Gallery.
CITY: Chicago Heights
International Bog Day
The day will feature live storytelling and activities both indoors and out. Enjoy the Bogs in Art Art Show, kid's crafts, Bog tours, listening to Bog stories, and bog cookies. Also visit with Norwegian Elkhounds, AKA Bog Dogs - if it is not too hot.
International Lincoln Presidential Half Marathon
The 49th Annual International Lincoln Presidential Half Marathon invites runners from around the world to participate in the 13.1-mile race past the nation’s premier Lincoln sites.
Iroquois County 4-H & Agricultural Fair
Featuring horse and pony shows, fair queen contest, demo derby, tractor rides, tractor pull, talent show, entertainment. Held at the fairgrounds.
Join us for Itasca Fest featuring tasty festival food, live entertainment, bingo and more. You'll find fun and games for all ages including a 3 on 3 basketball tournament, carnival rides, an antique flea market, a classic car show, children's entertainment, and nightly musical performances.
Join us at the Thomas Rees Carillon at Washington Park and meander through 2012 hand-carved, illuminated jack-o-lanterns! Also Tree of Lights, spooky music, food vendors & new features.
Jacksonville Main Street's Pumpkin Fest
Join them for a weekend of free family fun! Children and adult costume contest, pet costume contest, pumpkin decorating, food, games and entertainment.
Jacksonville Main Street’s Bridal Expo
Join them upstairs at Hamilton's for a a viewing of Bridal Expo Booths, yummy tastings and a wonderful fashion show.
Jacksonville Main Street’s Fine Arts Festival
Arts, food and fun all in downtown Jacksonville. Exhibits for show or sale include oil or acrylic paintings, watercolors, pastels, pencil art, photography, and mixed media.
Sponsored by Jacksonville Rotary Club at the Morgan County Fairgrounds. Come out for children and adult games, weenier dog race, wine and beer tasting, washers tournament, entertainment by The Waterloo German Band and The Heidelberg German Band as they perform music in the tradition of the German Beer Hall playing polkas, waltzes and big band music from the 1920's to 1980's pop music. DJ music will play through the rest of the day.
Jacksonville Pilot Club’s 5th Annual “Dancing With The Stars”
Enjoy a FUN evening watching local Jacksonville people complete for their very own mirror globe trophy.
Jazz in Glen Ellyn 2014
Experience live jazz in a downtown festival setting featuring a line-up of top Chicago jazz musicians, delicious food, wine, beer, and other refreshments. This free event transforms Main Street Glen Ellyn into a jazz garden oasis. In the spirit of an outdoor event, bringing your own chair is encouraged and appreciated.
CITY: Glen Ellyn
Jennifer Nettles: That Girl Tour 2014
Jennifer Nettles, lead vocalist for international super duo Sugarland, has become one of the most popular singer-songwriters in music today. Since Sugarland exploded onto the music scene in ’04 they have worldwide sales of over 22 million (albums and singles) to date, have achieved eight No. 1 singles and have won numerous awards including trophies from the Grammys, AMAs, ACM Awards, CMT Music Awards and CMA Awards. Her fans have grown to expect Nettles to deliver memorable, heartfelt performances.
Jersey County Fair
Food, merchandise, vendors and more. A week-long annual county fair offering rare glimpses of livestock, agriculture competitions mixed with nightly entertainment. Don't miss the NTPA tractor and truck pulls, a monster truck challenge, demolition derby and Queen competitions. General admission is $2 per person, children under 13 free. Separate pricing for grandstand events.
John A. Logan College Autumn Fest
This annual event features over 100 original, handmade arts and crafts, great food, free admission, and free parking. For more information call 1-800-851-4720, extension 8287.
John Deere Classic PGA Tour Event
This is the 42nd year for this official event on the PGA Tour. Monday and Tuesday are professional practice rounds with free admission all day. Wednesday is the Pro-am. Thursday through Sunday is the official tournament rounds. For ticket information visit the website or call. Don't miss the exciting action of this PGA Tour event played at the Tournament Players Club Deere Run in the Quad Cities. For more information visit www.johndeereclassic.com or call 800-336-4655 or 309-796-6000.
John Deere Pavilion - Learn & Play Day
Kids of all ages are invited to come play and learn about a day in the life of John Deere customers. At this free event, children will learn about life on a farm, see what it’s like to work on a construction site, explore the world of forestry and more. For hands-on fun, kids can test their driving skills in a battery-powered Gator™ obstacle course or put their muscles to work in a pedal-powered tractor pull. Other special exhibits include a hands-on Little Johnny’s Farm with cows that can be milked (not real ones), a petting zoo, and a construction zone to test toy equipment in the sand. Blacksmith demonstrations will also be conducted on site throughout the day. Open from 10 am to 4 pm.
Johnny Mathis Tribute
New to Starved Rock is David Robbins, the foremost Johnny Mathis Tribute Artist in the Midwest. David's vocal ability, range and his impression of the legendary Johnny Mathis with astound you. Close your eyes and you will think you are listening to the real Johnny Mathis. David has performed from Las Vegas to Florida performing Johnny Mathis songs, such as Chances Are and You Belong to Me. Shows include: August 24 at 5:00pm and August 25 & 26 at 11:30am. $32/matinee includes lunch buffet and show; $37/evening includes wine tasting, dinner buffet & show.
Jonamac Orchard Opening Weekend!
Come and enjoy a day in the country! Pick your own apples. Get lost in the corn maze. Visit the petting zoo. Enjoy the freshly baked pies and apple cider donuts and much more!
Jonamac Orchard's Haunted Maze
This 10-acre cornfield and 3-miles of winding pathways will take on a Halloween makeover! Adventure seekers should prepare to be scared when they challenge the maze during the Haunting! Open on Fridays and Saturdays from October 3 - 31, 2014
Joss Stone With Special Guest Lisa Fischer at Ravinia
Come out for a great night of beautiful soul music from artist Joss Stone. With special guest Lisa Fischer this should be a night not to be missed. Tickets are $60-$80 for reserved seats and $33 for lawn seats.
CITY: Highland Park
Kane County Fair
Affordable family fun, carnival, entertainment, thrill events, farm animals, kids events, food, fun, more!
CITY: St. Charles
Kane County Fle Market - June 2015
"The best in the Midwest or Anywhere". Up to 1000 dealers. Held the 1st Saturday of the month and the following Sunday. Food served all day.
CITY: St. Charles
Kane County Flea Market - March 2015
"The Best in the Midwest or Anywhere" - Up to 1,000 dealers display and sell antiques, collectibles & Fancy Junque. A country breakfast is served on Sundays.
CITY: St. Charles
Kane County Flea Market - Nov. 2015
"The Best in the Midwest or Anywhere". Up to 1000 dealers. 1st Saturday of the month and the following Sunday. (except Jan. & Feb.) Food served all day.
CITY: St. Charles
Kane County Flea Market - October, 2014
Monthly flea market at the Kane County Fairgrounds. "The Best in the Midwest or Anywhere". Up to 1000 dealaers display and sell antiques, collectibles & Fancy Junque. Food served all day.
CITY: St. Charles
Kane County Flea Market - October, 2015
Monthly flea market at the Kane County Fairgrounds with more than 1000 dealers displaying and selling antiques, collectibles and Fancy Junque. Food served all day.
CITY: St. Charles
Kane County Flea Market - September 2014
Monthly flea market at the Kane County Fairgrounds. "The Best in the Midwest or anywhere. Up to 1000 dealers display and sell antiques, collectibles & Fancy Junque. Food Served all day.
CITY: St. Charles
Kane County Flea Market - September 2015
"Best in the Midwest or Anywhere" monthly Flea Market with more than 1000 dealers displaying and selling antiques, collectibles & Fancy Junque. The monthly Flea Market is held the first Sunday of each month and the preceding Saturday. Food served all day.
CITY: St. Charles
Kane County Flea Market / December, 2014
Monthly flea market at the Kane County Fairgrounds. "The Best in the Midwest or Anywhere". Up to 1000 dealers display and sell antiques, collectibles & Fancy Junque. Food served all day.
CITY: St. Charles
Kane County Flea Market / November, 2014
Monthly flea market at the Kane County Fairgrounds. "The Best in the Midwest or Anywhere". Up to 1000 dealers display and sell antiques, collectibles & Francy Funque. Food served all day.
CITY: St. Charles
Kane County Flea Market August 2015
More than 1000 dealers offer antiques, collectibles, furniture, and so much more! Held the first Sunday of the month and the preceding Saturday afternoon. Food served all day.
CITY: St. Charles
Kane County Flea Market July 2015
Monthly flea market at the Kane County Fair Grounds with more than 1000 dealers displaying and selling antiques, collectibles, & Fancy Junque. Food served all day.
CITY: St. Charles
Kane County Flea Market May 2015
Hours: Sat. 12-5, Sun.7-4. Admission:$5 adults, children 12 and younger, free. "The Best in the Midwest or Anywhere" - Up to 1,000 dealers display and sell antiques, collectibles, & fancy junque. A country breakfast is served on Sundays
CITY: St. Charles
Kane County Flea Market/April 2015
Monthly Flea Market at the Kane County Fairgrounds. "The Best in the Midwest or Anywhere". Up to 1000 dealers display and sell antiques, collectibles & Fancy junque. Food served all day.
CITY: St. Charles
Kane County Flea Market/June 2015
Monthly flea market at the Kane County Fairgrounds. "The best in the midwest or Anywhere". Up to 1000 dealers display and sell antiques, collectibles & Fancy Junque. Food served all day,
CITY: St. Charles
Kankakee County Fair
Let's spend a day at the Fair. Go to the time-honored livestock shows, play some games, enter contests, enjoy the exciting live entertainment, be brave and ride on the carnival rides, or feast on the fair food but don't forget to see the demolition derby or rodeo.
Kankakee County Speedway
Fun-filled racing action roars through Kankakee County on Friday nights. The Kankakee Motor Speedway hosts seasonal stock car racing, including UMP Late Models, UMP Modified, UMP Street Stocks and the I-Mods.
Kewanee Hog Days
Enjoy the perfect ending to the summer and visit the World’s largest outdoor pork barbeque held on the streets of Kewanee events include a parade, carnival, concessions, craft show, three-day flea market, live entertainment stages. Open 7 am to 10 pm. Bringing home the chops since 1941.
Kidgits Club Boo Bash
Come out to the Orland Square Mall! Have a ghoulish time with crafts, trick-or-treating, goodie bags and more! You won't want to miss all the fun activities and give aways. Free for members, $5 yearly membership fee.
CITY: Orland Park
There's so much to see and do - All Free - All for kids! Come Check out Kidzfest! The event includes many types of interactive, educational and fun activities sponsored by a variety of food and entertainment vendors. Presented by Lewis University, this event runs from 10:00am until 3:00pm.
Kingston Fest & Kardboard Boat Regatta!
Kingston Fest is a craft and vendor fair that offers live music and games in the shady Kingston Township Park. Bring your swimsuit and try the dual slide Water Slide. Race your friends on two huge obstacle courses! Community games will be at 12:30, 1:30 and 2:30. There will be horseshoes, bags and softball tournaments. The Kardboard Boat Regatta is always great family fun, watch boats made out of cardboard race on the Kishwaukee River.
Enjoy 8 days of Country, Jazz and Classical music concerts, youth events, a parade, car show, street dance, "BaconPalooza", wine tasting, Wild West Shootout events, and much, much more! There is so much to experience and enjoy for the entire family! All events are free to attend. For more information on any of the events and time listings, please visit http://www.kishwaukeefest.com
Knox County Fair
Come celebrate the 163nd Knox County Fair held in these historic fairgrounds which has been in existence since 1851. Enjoy FREE entertainment, beer garden, food, vendors, nightly grandstand events. Figure 8 racing and the ever popular demolition derby.
Labor Day Weekend Kayak Tour and Beach Campout
Camp out on the wooded, sandy beaches of the Illinois River. A potluck dinner on the beach, will be followed by a movie, via a pico projector, under the stars. There will be campfires on the beach to enjoy! This event is perfect for the first time camper! A full hot breakfast will be served in the morning before setting out on a guided kayak tour for approx. 2 hours. This trip will explore either the Mazon River or the Illinois River and the wildlife along the way!
Ladies Attire of the Civil War Revisited Exhibit
For a short time, the Lakes Region Historical Society will host an exhibit featuring ladies of the Civil War at the Meeting House. There will be original Civil War gowns and accessories.
Since its 2006 inception, Lady Antebellum has risen quickly to become country music’s most influential current group. The harmony-based trio – Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood – won the Vocal Group of the Year honor from both the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music three times in a row. Eight of the band’s singles went gold, with four – “American Honey,” “Need You Now,” “Just A Kiss” and “I Run To You” – surpassing the platinum mark.
Lake Katherine's Monarch Butterfly Festival
Come to the park to marvel at the free flying butterfly tent, live animal displays, hayrides, crafts, canoe and kayak rentals, and much more!
CITY: Palos Heights
Lake Zurich Area Triathlon
The area's premier USAT sanctioned Olympic distance triathlon continues its' tradition in Lake Zurich with the Lake Zurich Area Triathlon at Paulus Park. In addition to the one loop swim, the event will feature an updated bike and run course that will primarily be flat and fast. Register now through 11:59pm July 10. There will be No race day registration.
CITY: Lake Zurich
Lambs Farm Famous Farmyard
The Lambs Farm Farmyard will open daily March 22nd through October and weekends only through November 16th. Come and enjoy Lambs Farm's famous Farmyard. Meet Miss Wiggles, the 450-pound pig with an affinity for Bavarian Crème donuts and Oreo Cookies® and meet all of the new miniature animals, including Levi the miniature horse. Climb into the petting zoo with goats, sheep and lambs. Check out the llamas, alpacas, cows, horses, ducks and more. Enjoy a ride on the old-fashion carousel or the train. Then challenge friends and family to a round of mini golf! Farmyard memberships are available. Day passes for all activities available for $8 for adults and $12 for children 2-12.
Lansing Autumn Festival
Join us for this annual event where we bring the "hometown back to downtown!" Invite your family & friends! Oktoberfest: A family-friendly event. Friday: brats, burgers, beer & bands; Saturday & Sunday: arts & crafts, bands, bingo, car show, children's activities, food vendors, hayrides & more. For more information or to be a sponsor or vendor, contact: Lansing autumn fest committee, P.O. Box 176, Lansing, IL 60438; email@example.com
Leaverton Park Holiday Lighting Festival
The Friday after Thanksgiving at 5:00 p.m., the park comes alive with over 40,000 lights and displays. Watch the Fireworks and enjoy food and refreshments.
Legally Blonde: The Musical
Elle Woods appears to have it all. Her life is turned upside-down, however, when her boyfriend dumps her so he can start getting serious about his life and attending Harvard Law School. Determined to get him back, Elle, uses her charm to get into Harvard Law. At school, she struggles with peers, professors and Warner Huntington. With the help of Paulette and Emmett, though, Elle quickly realizes her potential and sets out to prove herself to the world.
Lemont Legends Cruise Nights
Every Wednesday evening from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. in historic downtown Lemont. 3 Cool Car Trophies are awarded each week in the featured car category. For more information on this event and the current season's featured car schedule, contact the Lemont Chamber office at (630) 257-5997 or visit the Village of Lemont website at www.lemont.il.us.
Lemont Quarrymen Vintage Baseball
Lemont Quarrymen Vintage Baseball team will be playing home games this year at Covington Knolls Park at 127th and Covington Drive. Pack up the family and join the Qmen and the Historical Society (team sponsor) for an afternoon of good old fashioned fun enjoying the game of baseball as it was played before the Civil War. Home games are scheduled as follows: June 29, Sunday: Home Game vs. Milwaukee Grays; July 20, Sunday: Home Game vs. Munster Centennials. Game time is 1pm. For the full season schedule, and any changes to game dates/times/locations, please go to our Community Events Calendar at www.lemont.il.us for the most up-to-date information.
Lemont Street Fair
History will come alive Saturday at the Lemont Historical Society’s annual Lemont Street Fair. From 10 a.m. to 4 pm, the Lemont Street Fair will feature free activities for kids, an antique and craft market, sales of rummage and bakery items, as well as pumpkins by Puckerville Farms and fall decor. Fair-goers can also learn about Lemont’s rich history by touring the historical society museum and pose for photos wearing historic costumes from Granny’s Attic. Bring antique items and find out whether Grandma’s vase or Grandpa’s old milk can is really a treasure – as the popular Road Show appraisals will be on hand from 1 to 3 pm.
Lemont's 24th Annual Heritage Fest
Outdoor street festival held in historic downtown Lemont with food, music and family fun for all ages! Most activities are free thanks to the generosity of our sponsors. Hours: 3:00pm- 11:00pm. No admission charge - most activities are free!
Lena Lions Fall Festival
This fall fest features carnival rides, games, food, a 5K run hosted by the Lena Park District, a parade on Saturday at noon, a pork chop BBQ, raffle drawings for a car and a 4 wheeler at 10pm on Saturday, musical entertainment, an antique tractor display, firemen water fights and much more. Friday: 6pm - 10pm; Saturday: Noon - 11pm
This monumental novel comes to life in one of the greatest musicals of all time. It’s the story of ex-convict Jean Valjean and his journey for redemption. On that road, he encounters the never-wavering love of a mother, the innocence of a child, the steely determination of a hunter and the passion of youthful freedom fighters.
The oldest footrace in Southern IL. is held the 2nd Saturday in November each year on the Mississippi River levee in Cairo. A long sleeve t-shirt is given to each participant in the 5000 & 10,000 meter run and awards will be presented to winners