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Sreator Labor Day Parade
Streator's Annual Labor Day parade will be held at 12:00 noon beginning at the BNSF train station through the downtown business district to the City Park. For more information go to www.streatorchamber.com or call 815-672-2921.
Dream Machines Roamer Cruise and Car Show
Join us for the Annual Labor Day Dream Machines Roamer Cruise and Car Show in the downtown business district. The car show will be held Saturday from 9 am – 3 pm with trophies awarded. On display is a 1917 Roamer, originally built in Streator. Cars will cruise from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday evening. Food, music, prizes, family fun. For more information visit www.streator.org or call 815/672-2055 or 888/485-9895.
Recently renovated and locally owned, the Relax Inn features rooms with wood floors and flat screen TV's , microwaves and refrigerators are also available. This pet-friendly hotel is located within 20 miles of four state parks.
Built in 1880, the Baldwin House is the ideal alternative to hotel accommodations and offers all the comforts of "home" while you are away. This fully furnished guest house comfortably sleeps 6 people and includes a formal dining room, sunroom, modern and well equipped kitchen, and a wrap-around porch with swing. WiFi and DirectTV are also provided for guests' use. Overlooking a beautiful downtown park, The Baldwin House is conveniently located in central Streator and is within walking distance of several local eateries.
Chef Tom's Guest House
Wonderful lodging choice in an owner-occupied bed and breakfast. Makes a perfect choice while visiting the I&M Canal Heritage Corridor. No pets, no smoking. Wi-Fi, kitchen, laundry and tastefully furnished.
Relax Inn - Streator
Recently renovated and locally owned, the Relax Inn features rooms with wood floors and flat screen TV's, microwaves and refrigerators are also available. This pet-friendly hotel is located within 20 miles of four state parks.
Streator Downtown Farmers Market
The City of Streator would like to invite you to the Streator Downtown Farmers Market. This Market Masters event features homegrown foods and local goods - plenty to take in on your shopping visit in historic downtown Streator
The Silver Fox
Unique, historic, elegant venue located in the former Masonic Temple in downtown Streator. Available for weddings, receptions, or any special occasion. Tours by appointment.
Museum of the Gilding Arts
The Museum of the Gilding Arts' focus is the history, craft, and use of gold and silver leafing in architecture and in decoration throughout history. The exhibit features items from the Society of Gilders' Swift Collection. The M. Swift & Sons company manufactured gold leaf in Hartford, CT, and began its operations in 1887. Free Admission - Donation Only
Once 'n Again
Save Money and Make Money at Once ‘n Again, a remarkable resale store! Shop an astonishing selection of your favorite brands at amazing prices! Once ‘n Again opened in 2001 and has two locations in Pontiac, IL and Fairbury, IL. Once ‘n Again sells clothing for the family, purses, shoes, jewelry, books, home décor, furniture and more. Store hours are 10am to 7pm, Monday-Saturday.
Come Celebrate monthly at Whispering Pines, a bed and breakfast with a beautiful, quiet country setting on a heavily wooded three acre lot. May - Honoring our mothers and remembering our veterans - Mom's breakfast recipes/All American brunch. June - Honoring and remembering our fathers and our flag - Dad's breakfast choice/New England to Hawaii. July - Independence Day Celebrations - flags to fireworks. August - Summertime on our deck - nothing like breakfast outdoors. September - Enjoy Our Outdoors & Dwight Harvest Days - country living lifestyle! Times: 7:00am - 11:00 am through September 23rd.
Frugality NFP is a charitable thrift shop in which most items are 99 cents each and all profits are given to a different local charity every month. Frugality has thousands of items including family clothing, house wares, home decor, books, purses, shoes, and more. We are always replenishing the stock for sale.
McDonald's Family Restaurant
It is the longest running active full service restaurant in the area (over 57 years now) and has long been a favorite for locals and visitors alike. This family-owned and operated haven for comfortable and palate-pleasing dining, features a full menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner with breakfast being available all day. McDonald's is well known for their broasted chicken and broasted catfish, always fresh never frozen, and they make some of the best burgers that you'll find anywhere, all hand formed, char broiled or grilled, in quarter and half pound increments.
Cascade Gardens Poultry & Eggs
This is more than the typical greenhouse with beautiful plants and the array of colors amaze you. This is a farm family raising chickens for eggs and meat, offering the “hands-on” experience to see what it is like to “be with the chickens!” In the fall, this is a fun place to go for mums and pumpkins, and they also have fall decorations. Open April-September. Groups are welcome.
Edinger's Filling Station
Edinger’s Filling Station is a casual dining restaurant in downtown Pontiac. Open for lunch and breakfast, the Edingers pride themselves on serving delicious, homemade food in an inviting atmosphere with friendly service.
Pontiac Cruise Night
Bring your antique, classic, or new car to downtown Pontiac and enjoy the fellowship of hundreds of other automobile enthusiasts. The small registration fee is used to support local charities.
GTOAA Regional All-Pontiac Cruise and Show
Sponsored by the Heart of Illinois GTO Club, the Gateway GTO Club, and the Pontiac-Oakland Automobile Museum & Resource Center. Saturday - Private Collections tour, Museum Tours, Ice Cream Social, live musical entertainment. Sunday - All Pontiac Car Show with expanded Classes.
Thresherman's Bluegrass Festival
Celebrating all things bluegrass. Nationally known entertainers, dancers, and festival food. Bring your lawn chair, settle in and enjoy the music. Held at Threshermen's Park, north of Pontiac on Illinois Route 23.
Central States Threshermen's Reunion
Step back in time at the Central States Thresherman’s Reunion, held annually over Labor Day weekend. Come see and experience traditional events including rock crushing, threshing, sheep shearing, tractor pulls, and a variety of country music shows. Daily attractions include the General Store, 1900 Country School House, Singer Saw Mill, 1910 Era Blacksmith Shop, 1920 Conoco Gas Station, Craft Show, and Flea Market.
Super 8 Motel - Dwight
2 story motel, 30 rooms, some truck parking. Pet friendly.
Joe's Stationhouse Pizzeria
Pizzas, pasta, and more. Family owned and operated for over 40 years.
The Country Mansion Restaurant
The original structure was built as a boarding house in 1891. It was purchased and moved to its present site in 1895. In 1977, the home was purchased by the Ohlendorfs, remodeled and opened as The Country Mansion. Eight or more need reservations.
Although their reputation rest on their excellent pizza, Mario's offers a broad selection of other fine dishes.
Whispering Pines of Dwight
Bed and breakfast with a beautiful, quiet country setting on a heavily wooded three acre lot. Breakfasts include international recipes. Charger ports for electric cars.