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Schuyler County Fair
Come out to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Schuyler County Fair! Events include talent contest, Little Miss & Mr. and Queen pageants, tractor pull, harness races, demo derby, livestock shows, kid zone, food and much more! Live performances by Ryan Ideus and The Fuedin Hillbillys, Broseph E. Lee, Mississippi Pearl and A Thousand Horses. Don't miss the fireworks on the 4th!
Boehms Lawn and Garden
Items for your lawn and garden.
Roseville Lanes Diner
Family-owned restaurant and bowling alley with a banquet facility available.
Small, family-owned restaurant and bar serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Engraving by Lin
Engraving plaques, trophies, and name plates.
The Wood Shed
Choose your furniture wood, style, size, and hand mixed color. No particle board. Surprisingly moderate prices.
Nostalgia Decorating Co.
Fine home interior decorations. China, crystal, Christmas ornaments, cooking ingredients, candles and pictures.
Unique clothing for petite, misses, and plus sizes.
New Copperfield's Book Service
Adult, youth, and children's books. Special orders available.
Gifts and jewelery. Also J.C. Penney catalog.
Ponderosa Steakhouse - Macomb
Steakhouse includes seafood and buffet.
Red Ox Restaurant
Varied menu featuring steaks, chops and seafood.
Western Illinois University shirts, caps, and sweatshirts. St. Louis Rams Training Camp T-shirts and caps.
Deb & Di's Country Junction
Family restaurant with home cooking.
Gold and silver jewelry. Diamonds and assorted ring settings. Fine china and crystal.
Whether you stop by after work to join in on the banter around the "u" shaped bar or come for breakfast, lunch or dinner you are sure to enjoy your time at the Double Deuce located in Carthage. Serving home cooked meals daily with affordable prices and a wide variety of menu options to please any appetite.
Petals 'N Krafts
Floral shop and crafts.
Vitale's Restaurant & Pizzeria
Italian food and pizza.
Aurelio's Pizza - Macomb
Family restaurant with pizza and sandwiches.
Fine dining with Southern flair.
Carthage Jail & Visitor's Center
Built of native yellow limestome from 1839-1841, this was the site where Mormon leader, Joseph Smith Jr. and his brother were killed by an angry mob on June 27, 1844, resulting in the Mormons' famous trek west that led to the founding of Salt Lake City, UT.