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Bald Eagle Festival
Join Pere Marquette Lodge for its annual eagle festival. The World Bird Sanctuary will showcase and teach about these majestic creatures in their Masters of the Sky show. In addition to the show, enjoy live entertainment, tons of craft vendors and fun for the whole family. For more information call 618-786-2331, ext. 0
Community Christmas Tree Lighting
Come enjoy an Alton tradition, held annually on the Friday before Thanksgiving. Santa & Mrs. Claus arrive at 6 p.m. for free photos with Santa, candy, and prizes for children. Free cookies and hot chocolate, caroling, and the blessing and lighting of the Christmas tree are sure to get you into the holiday spirit. For more information, call (618) 463-1016.
Blues In The District
Regional and local blues bands provide outdoor free concerts in Quincy's historic Washington Park. Concerts are held from 5-9:30pm and food from local venders is typically available. Dates of concerts: June 12 June 26 July 10 July 24 August 14 August 28 September 11 Bring a chair!
Quincy Service League's Holiday Show & Sale
This annual event features over 100 booths of great Christmas gifts, decorations and home decor.
Shrimp & Crawfish Boil
Hopewell Winery near Pittsfield, IL hosts the annual Shrimp & Crawfish boil from noon-5pm at the winery. This event is a tradition to locals and visitors alike. Enjoy wine tastings from Hopewell Winery partnered with all of the shrimp and crawfish you can eat.
Gus Macker Basketball
Macker in May means summer starts in Quincy. Gus Macker basketball takes to the streets around Washington Park Central Square for the 27th year May 23-24, which will mean summer has arrived. And once again the family oriented festival of fun celebrates the passion for basketball in this wonderful community. Quincy loves hoops. http://www.macker.com/macker-tournament
Service League Holiday Gift Show
This year the show will have over 100 merchants selling items from specialty foods, handcrafted clothes and quilts, holiday decorations, jewelry, outdoor garden and patio décor, hand blown glass, woodworking and much more!
Quincy Five Miler & Bear Creek Grunt Rowing Races
The Quincy Five Miler is a 5.4 mile head race on the Mississippi River and Quincy Bay from Hogback Island along the Illinois Shore, through the cut and into the Quincy Bay. Utilizing the same course of the 1st Quincy Boat Race in 1872, the race will begin from the Knapheide Landing. Bring anything you can row, pedal or paddle. $25 per race www.quincy5miler.com or 503-704-2133
Join us at the Art Center for ArtFest on Saturday, September 19 & 20 from 12 to 5 p.m for hands on art projects! There will be a free clay competition for kids & adults, an art exhibit scavenger hunt, a collaborative mural, live figure drawing, and demonstrations & hands on activities by local artists. quincyartcenter.org
WGEM Home & Living Show Fall Edition
The WGEM Home & Living Show - Fall Edition brings together local residents to see the wide variety of new offerings from show vendors. Show vendors benefited from the face-to-face meetings with potential customers and by the extensive promotion surrounding this event. The Oakley Lindsay Civic Center offers the perfect setting for this upscale show featuring an audience of homeowners and potential homeowners seeking answers and products for their home, garden, and life. 10-7
Quincy Preserves Fall House Tour
Quincy Preserves Fall House Tour featuring seven amazing locations: The Quincy Preserves Annual Behind Closed Doors Home Tour will take place on Saturday, October 17th, from 10 am to 4 pm. For more info visit www.quincypreserves.org
The Winter Wonderettes
THE WINTER WONDERETTES takes audiences to Harper’s Hardware for their 1968 holiday party, hosted by the female singing group The Wonderettes. When Santa turns up missing, the ladies must use their talent and creative ingenuity, plus some great holiday tunes such as “Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town,” “Jingle Bell Rock,” “ Run Rudolph Run,” “Winter Wonderland” and 20 other seasonal favorites, to save the festivities. This energetic and entertaining show is guaranteed to delight audiences of all ages.
Carthage Christmas Open House
A magical evening in the beautiful historic downtown district of Carthage, Illinois, and home to our beautiful Hancock County Courthouse! Specials offered by local businesses, delectable treats, mini-malls highlighting local vendors (Vendors: Register here!), visit from Santa Claus, and much more! The spirit of Christmas is alive in Hancock County!
Pike County Fall Color Drive
Join in the country fall fun with scenic drives, local attractions, Lincoln and Civil War history, regional food specialties, crafts, and beautiful colors signifying the changing season.
Annual Barry Apple Festival
Over 50,000 people join this quaint historic town to celebrate the apple industry. Old-time crafts, specialty food, entertainment, a car show, and a parade are highlights of the weekend of festivities.
Earth & Space by Quincy Youth Orchestra
Fantastic performance by the Quincy Youth Orchestra! The Kroc Center 405 Vermont Street Quincy, IL
Little People’s Golf Championships
International Golf tournament for boys and girls ages 3-17. Held at Westview Golf Course, 2150 S 36th, Quincy. For more info contact 217.257.5718 or littlepeoplesgolf.com
Quincy Classic Boat Show
Quincy Classic Boat Show! Join us at Kessler Park! Classic boats will be making a 17 mile Mississippi River Run from Mark Twain’s home town of Hannibal, MO to Quincy, IL. FREE registration for participants - Also during the event is the self-powered boat sale and swap meet in Kesler Park. For anyone wanting to buy or sell a row boat. For more information or to register your classic boat visit www.quincyboatshow.com
The Nutcracker Ballet is a holiday tradition woven with beautiful choreography, music and a special story. Set to the lovely score by Tchaikovsky, this two act ballet begins with a young girl named Clara who receives a special gift from Herr Drosselmeyer at a Christmas Party. The nutcracker gift quickly becomes Clara’s favorite and soon transforms into a prince who invites her to join him on a special journey. The story continues through the snow, into the Land of Sweets where dancers from many lands entertain them. Is it all a dream? This will be the 15th time that the Kaiser Dance Theatre has brought the lovable ballet to local audiences. The first performance took place in 1985 and since then has become one of Quincy’s very own holiday traditions.
Country Treasures Holiday Craft Show
Huge selection of home decor and personal accessories just in time for Spring! Held at the Oakley Lindsay Center, 3rd & York, Quincy. Friday 5pm-9pm, Saturday 10am-5pm & Sunday 10am-4pm. Admission is $3/ kids 12 & under free. 217.223.1000
Sample savory hotwings from the talented chefs of area restaurants. Sponsored by the Great River Restaurant Association and held at the Oakley Lindsay Civic Center in downtown Quincy. Held annually the day before Superbowl Sunday. For more information contact 217-223-1000.
Cabela’s King Kat Tournament Trail
2015 Local Fishing Tournament Event! Tourney Date: 08/29/15 Mail Deadline: 08/14/15 Off Limits: You may not fish from midnight until 6:30 am on tournament day. Start Time: 6:30am Stop Time: 3:00pm Weigh-In: 4:00pm (anyone not in line by this time will be disqualified from the tournament) Details: Anglers may fish Pools 20,21,& 22 on the Mississippi River. Host Hotel will have a special rate of $65 for all King Kat anglers. Just say you are with Cabela's King Kat. Seminar Site: The Eagles Nest Hotel & Conference Center 300 S. 3rd St. Quincy, IL 62301 (217) 224-7733 Late Sign-In: 5-7pm Seminar Begins: 7pm Seminar is open to the public. Weigh-In Site: Kesler Park 1231 Bonansinga Dr. Quincy, IL 62301 (217) 223-7703 Kids' Rodeo: Kesler Park Same as Weigh-In Site
Folk Life Festival
Join us for our Annual Folk Life Festival! Stroll the beautiful grounds of the Quincy Museum and enjoy a variety of demonstrators, crafters and activities for children. Bring your appetite for our famous Buffalo Sandwiches, our Bake Sale booth and delicious caramel apples and old fashioned bottled soda. 1601 Maine Street Quincy, IL 62301 (217)224-7669 thequincymuseum.com
Quincy Museum Valentine Tea
The Quincy Museum invites women and their special young ladies to a Queen of Hearts Valentine Lunch and Tea. A great mother-daughter, grandmother-granddaughter (or any ladies who are young at heart) event! Guests will enjoy a Queen of Hearts themed luncheon including tea and dessert. The fun continues after the meal when adults and children will create a fun Valentine craft to take with them. The cost is $12.50 per person, and reservations are required as the museum has limited seating. The museum will be happy to take your reservation by phone with payment by Visa or MasterCard. Please call the Quincy Museum at 217-224-7669 for more information or to make your reservation today! 1601 Maine.
Mark Twain Toy Show
29th Annual Toy Show The Mark Twain Toy Show is one of the finest toy shows in the Mid-West. It showcases collectible toys and crafts related to agriculture, construction, transportation and motor sports. The various items you will find at the show include die-cast collectibles, scale models, hand-built custom equipment, pedal tractors, autographs, memorabilia, and apparel. Collectibles, new and old, ranging from Hot Wheels to Tonka to Ertl to SpecCast will be on hand in the hotel lobby, ball room and in the second floor hotel rooms. Every kind of tractor, implement, heavy construction equipment, tractor-trailer, circle-track racer and pulling tractor can be found here for your chance to add to your collection. Event held at Town and Country Inn & Suites. http://www.marktwaintoyshow.com/index.html
Quincy Symphony Orchestra Association
The season concludes with our gorgeous Pines of Rome concert on Saturday, April 18th. the concert will open with University of Missouri graduate Stephanie Berg's "Ravish and Mayhem." Violinist Katie Wolfe will perform the beautiful and virtuosic "Scottish Fantasy" by Max Bruch. The performance concludes with Respighi's "Ancient Airs and Dances, Suite No. 1" and the electrifying "Pines of Rome." Tickets $18 Adults, $15 Seniors, Free for youth 18 and under QJHS Morrison Theater, 100 S. 14th St., Quincy, IL For more information call 217-222-2856.
Smoke on the River
This Illinois state championship BBQ contest features live entertainment and barbecue sampling at Kesler Park on the Riverfront.
Island Getaway by Quincy Symphony Chorus & Friends
Escape to the tropics during this fun toe-tapping performance. A selection of island music and steel drums give a Caribbean feel to this winter concert. Israel IZ’s Hawaiian-style Over the Rainbow is a fresh rendition of a classic favorite. Tickets $18 Adults, $15 Seniors, Free for youth 18 and under Salem Church, 435 S. 9th St., Quincy, IL Call for more information 217-222-2856 or visit qsoa.org
The community of White Hall invites you to come home this holiday season and join in the celebration from 10am to 2pm. Whiteside Park will be transformed into a wonderland of craft vendors offering an array of handmade items for purchase. Take a break from shopping by grabbing a bite to eat at the food booths, then sit back and enjoy the local entertainment.
CITY: White Hall
Special Olympics Illinois Winter Games
State competition for Special Olympics Illinois in alpine skiing, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Kick off the event with opening ceremonies and parade in downtown Galena, Tues. at 5:30 p.m.
Symphonic Dances by Quincy Symphony Orchestra
Astounding talents of our youth competition winners paired with rousing dance music combine for an outstanding concert event! QJHS Morrison Theater, 100 S. 14th St., Quincy, IL
Spirit of Peoria Holiday Lunch & Dinner Shows
oin Barry Cloyd and Brian “Fox” Ellis as Prairie Folklore Theatre celebrates the Spirit of the Holidays on the Spirit of Peoria with “A Prairie Christmas.” Celebrate love, family and friends with songs and stories from not so long ago, and not so far away. In this toe-tapping tour of an old-fashioned Christmas you can sing-a-long with your favorite carols and explore the stories behind the songs and traditions. Blending tales from pioneer days with local history and Old English carols, we rejoice in the true meaning of the holiest of seasons.
Coulterville Holiday Light Display
The half mile walk through display features a million lights and 400 Christmas figurines. Don't miss the walk through version of the "Candyland" game with favorites such as Lolli Pop Lane. Friday and Saturday evenings there's food, crafts and Santa Claus.
The White Pelican - Art Gallery
The White Pelican Art Gallery sits on the confluence of the Mississippi and Illinois river in Grafton IL. Featuring 18 area artists in a variety of mediums, some depicting local charms.
Home Wine Maker’s Contest
Baxter's Vineyards & Winery will host its 21th Annual Home Wine Making Competition Awards Celebration on June 27, 2015 at Baxter's Vineyards & Winery in Nauvoo, Illinois. Non-commercial wine makers are invited to enter their best wines into this competition, which is split into five distinct categories: (1) red grape (2) white grape (3) blends (4) fruit wines and (5) other. The deadline to enter wines is Thursday, June 25, 2015. The wines will be judge in a closed, blind judging that will be held on June 26, 2015. The public is welcome to visit baxter's Vineyards on Saturday, June 27, 2015. Entry forms, along with rules of the competition are posted at www.nauvoowinery.com.
Home for the Holidays
Step back in time during Historic Elsah's annual "Home for the Holidays" on Saturday, December 7. Tour six historic homes decorated for the holidays, take a carriage ride and enjoy a fixed price lunch at Farley's Music Hall. Lunch will be served on a first-come first-served basis and is provided by The Cultured Bistro. Advance ticket sales using Paypal will be available by going to www.historicelsah.org. Advance tickets are $15 per person. Event day tickets are $18 per person. Ticket prices do not include food. For more information visit historicelsah.org. Tickets are limited. All proceeds benefit the Historic Elsah Foundation.
They use only select Midwestern grain that is harvested by local farmers who can maintain unparalleled control over their crop. Next they ensure perfection by working with small hand-crafted batches that can be carefully produced. This is not the easiest way to create vodka, but it’s the only way to craft perfect vodka.
CITY: Pontoon Beach
Masters of the Sky
Witness the "Masters of the Sky" birds of prey demonstration. Come see eagles, falcons, owls and other birds of prey at this educational and informational program. Show times at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Also, there will be a free eagle display at noon and 2 p.m. for 30 minutes in the gallery on Feb. 14 - 15. For more information, call the National Great Rivers Museum at (877) 462-6979.
Located in beautiful downtown Galesburg, Illinois, just blocks from the Amtrak Station and the Seminary Street Shopping District. Q’s Cafe offers homemade soups, sandwiches, salads and desserts. They also offer wonderful vegetarian fare. Special orders and catering are also available.
Arrival at Camp River Dubois
Come celebrate the arrival of Lewis and Clark at Camp River Dubois. This annual event commemorates the day William Clark and the men of the detachment arrived at the confluence of the Riviere a Dubois, Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. The event will include members of the detachment portraying military life, re-enactors recreating the civilian population and demonstrators. Site admission is free. For more information, call (618) 251-5811 or go to www.campdubois.com.
Be a Tourist in Your Own Backyard
Come visit the Quad Cities during its annual Be a Tourist in Your Own Backyard weekend. While many local residents take advantage of this annual promotion, it is also a great time to explore the Quad Cities as a visitor. Enjoy discounts on lodging, attractions, dining and shopping during the Martin Luther King Day weekend. Go online to take advantage of the discounts or pick up a coupon booklet at the Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau visitor center - Open Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Lebanon's Winter Wonderland
This annual event is a step back in time. It's a trip to a much simpler time with scenes depicting several of the area's attractions, wonderful childhood memories and fantastic ideas. Come and see all the hand painted scenes, colorful lights and displays of varying shapes and sizes including a life-size Nativity scene.
J.K. Williams Distilling
As the descendants of bootleg whiskey-making master J.K. Williams, they feel a certain responsibility to bring craft whiskey-and bourbon-making back to the Peoria area. Their great-great-grandpa was a family man with an extraordinary work ethic and an undeniable talent for making some of the best whiskey of his time.
CITY: East Peoria
127th Annual Santa Claus Parade
The 127th Annual SANTA CLAUS PARADE – the longest running holiday parade in the country - steps off at 10:15 AM. Please join them in this great Peoria tradition as the parade takes a magical journey through the downtown streets of Peoria. The 88 units of costumed characters, novelty walking units, horse units and decorated floats will surely get you in the holiday spirit and certainly delight the children along the route.
Yule Like Peoria
The Yule Like Peoria Walk-A-Bout is back again this year in downtown Peoria. Commercial buildings in the heart of the city will offer entertainment ranging from choirs to magic acts to dancing, along with refreshments at many of the stops.
KLONDIKE FESTIVAL Peoria Riverfront
Peoria's First Winter Festival! * Heated Tent * Human Dog-Sled Races! * JammSammich & Feudin' Hillbillys * Peoria Rivermen Hockey * Puck Shot Challenge
Thanksgiving Feast at the Lodge
Come out and let us do the cooking as you and your family enjoy our Thanksgiving Feast. We've got all of the Turkey Day traditions plus so much more, you're bound to go home with full bellies and great memories! We accept reservations for parties of six or more. Brunch Prices: Children 0-3: FRee, Children 4-11: $9.95, Adults 12 & Up: $24.95. Call (618) 786-2331 ext: 502 to make your reservations.
This colorful gift shop offers a mix of unique gift items for men and women. The shop offers glassware, jewelry, handbags, scarves, home decor for inside and outside, as well as seasonal and holiday items.
Blaum Bros. Distilling Co.
The Blaum Bros. Distilling Co. was founded by two brothers looking to create a truly unique product and experience in historic Galena. By sourcing grains from local farmers and controlling the entire process in their purpose-built facility, they're able to meticulously produce the highest quality spirits from their custom, hand made copper still. In a world overrun by mass production and corporate shenanigans, join them in creating something real - something genuine.
Old Fashion German Christmas
Participate in a traditional German holiday with music, food, carriage rides, shopping and more.
Country Morning Coffee
No chain store coffee here! Country Morning Coffee is the only artisan coffee roaster in Henry County, offering 30 different premium coffees plus organic coffees from around the globe. Every coffee batch is roasted daily and packaged by hand including personal handwriting on each coffee label. Pick from an assortment of coffee drinks, tea, hot chocolate, and iced drinks. Morning offerings include fresh home-baked pastries, and for lunch there’s homemade breads and soups or Panini’s and wraps. Fill your travel mug and grab some freshly blended bags of coffee to take home with you!
Geneseo Art League
The Geneseo Art League fosters the arts by showcasing area artisans works featuring one of a kind gifts including, Paintings – Wood Art – Photography – Jewelry – Sculpture – Glass – Mixed Media. A creative work space is available for viewing when classes are in session. Visitors are warmly welcomed!
Christmas on the River
This year's theme is All Aboard the Polar Express. The bell still rings for those who truly believe. Enjoy a lighted parade, craft show, carriage rides and more!
The Quilt Box
Celebrate the art of quilting and visit the store to become inspired. Visit the showroom offering over 2,000 bolts of fabric, quilt, embroidery and notion supplies. Join in the sit ‘n sews, pick up a block of the month or shop for locally handmade gifts.
Mary’s Family Dining offers affordable home-cooked meals served on white table cloths. Lunch specials and a salad bar are offered daily. Enjoy the friendly lounge area while you wait for your seat.
Whiskey Barrel Saloon
Enjoy our friendly and inviting atmosphere offering 16 beers on tap with 15 TV's easily viewed from any seating area, including the patio. The bar boasts vaulted ceilings, stonework on the walls, two billiards tables, video gambling, an outdoor covered patio, and a stage where bands play every Friday and Saturday night. We also offer burgers, wings, tacos and more.
CITY: Rock Falls
Main Street Eatery
Try the top-secret honey-poppy seed dressing on top of the apple, celery, and chicken salad, it is a local favorite. Sandwiches, Panini’s are just a few of the delectable offerings. Breakfast is available.
Victorian Grace Antiques & Accents
Offering a wide variety of antiques & collectibles and home accent pieces.
Breedlove's Sporting Goods
The drive will be worth it when you visit with the engaging sales associates, view their vast name brand apparel and shoes, and hear the “locals” story. They also personalize sports clothing upon request. It’s all about the sports lore and offerings.
A delightful shopping experience awaits you! Choose from home decor – home scents – crystal – gourmet foods and coffee- jewelry and much more. Heartfelt also offers custom floral creation, framing and gift baskets.
The Hopper House in Nauvoo is just four blocks from the Nauvoo Temple! This cute cottage is the perfect “Grandma’s House” and has central heat and air conditioning. The living room has a queen size sofa sleeper, recliner and entertainment center with cable TV/DVD & VCR, and LDS videos and books. The two bedrooms each have queen size beds, there is a full size sofa sleeper in the dining room, and there are two cots and sleeping bags available for kids, if needed, sleeping 8-10 people, depending on age. The bathrooms have been recently remodeled with a vanity and shower/tub combination upstairs and a vanity and shower downstairs. Includes a large dining room with a table for six, and in 2006 a full kitchen remodel with gas range and oven, microwave, dishwasher, toaster and all utensils and dishware for twelve. LDS art and historical Nauvoo pictures throughout the house. All the linens and towels are provided, plus on the back porch is a washer and dryer for the convenience of guests. Great location, with a front porch and nice yard, close to groceries, shopping, restaurants and the temple!
"We owe recovery of the Nauvoo bell to the Lamoreaux family" (http://www.lds.org/ensign/1981/02/i-have-a-question). Come and find out more about the controversial (and conflicting) stories surrounding the rescue and transportation of the Nauvoo Bell—stories posted throughout the house. Just down the street from the Nauvoo Temple, experience Nauvoo with this historic 1840s home as a base for all your adventures. Owned by the Lamoreaux family of Historic 1840s Nauvoo, sleeps ten comfortably, is within walking distance of the Nauvoo Temple, and has a modern addition with all the amenities. Although situated near Old Nauvoo and the wonderful historic sites down on the "flats," the home sits on quiet end of Knight Street and backs to a large communal back yard with a well-equipped pavilion that is also available for day-rental. Perfect for large groups or small families. The home sleeps ten comfortably with five bedrooms--four of them in the historic part of the house, and one in the loft. Two have king beds, and three queens. The large living room downstairs has lots of lounge and sitting room and a gas fireplace. The kitchen and separate dining area provide all the appliances and kitchen needs for a large family. A large, double-wide driveway for plenty of parking. The house addition includes a istoric stairway that was moved from a 150-year-old bank and a full service bathroom with Jacuzzi (and shower) on the main floor. There is also a full bath in the basement (with shower), and a half bath in the loft. There is a washer and dryer for guest use downstairs, and the home is centrally heated and cooled for year-round comfort. High speed Internet access, cable TV, and DVD player all for guest use. The deck out back is a perfect place for a BBQ or for relaxing on those warm summer evenings while enjoying the gentle summer breeze.
Silver City Treasures
Silver City Treasures offers antiques and collectibles in the grand tradition of all purveyors of objects d'art and objects d'junque, they buy sell and trade just about anything of value although theyhave a personal penchant for the odd and unusual, the grotesque and goofy. The stranger the item, the better they like it! On any given day you might find a silver tea kettle from the 1700s, a brass hook shaped like a mermaid, a hand-carved African fertility god, an ultra-cool set of vinyl and aluminum rock 'n' roll bar stool or a reproduction Andy Warhol poster. A Peter Max maybe-maybe-not reproduction poster and much more! Silver City Treasures is open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every day of the week except Thursday.
The Maine Course
Here at The Maine Course we do not offer a “fixed” menu for that we are constantly seeking for the best produce, fish and meats available on the market. Whether it’s locally grown or from Tasmania, there is no place we won’t seek to find the best ingredients. While dining here we focus on fresh, unique and tantalizing flavor combinations. To achieve this we use old world and modern techniques to hopefully give you a true dining experience. Our commitment to fresh food and flavors are transcended into the dining room with limited art and décor to create a minimalist space. With this we hope our patron focus on the maximalist of the entire experience with well crafted and designed dishes. Not to be limited just by the food we offer many hand crafted cocktails, a great selection of spirits and a wine list that should accommodate most pallets. We strive to provide a great value to our customers throughout their visit each and every time they chose us for their dining location. Focusing on fresh ingredients and attention to detail is something that others cannot match.
A great place in the downtown historic distric to enjoy a nice glass of wine or your favorite cocktail.
The Gallery House, built in the early 1900’s, is now a fabulous family retreat, nestled in the heart of Nauvoo, allowing you to leisurely walk the historic and quaint shops down Mulholland Street, on your way to the temple. Enjoy your evenings on the enclosed front porch after you walk across the street to indulge in an ice cream cone from the Mayfly Shop. Grab a frisbee or football from the closet and enjoy an evening outdoors on the beautiful lawn and under the welcoming shade trees around the home. The Gallery House is one of only a handful of vacation homes available right on Mulholland Street, the main street of Nauvoo, and just four blocks from the Nauvoo Temple! This delightful cottage was once considered for a local art gallery and is now tastefully decorated with giclee’s and prints of the LDS Nauvoo Era. There are scenes done locally by artists you won’t see anywhere else. With LDS videos and books, games and toys, your family will enjoy a relaxing and memorable Nauvoo experience.
James Myler Manor
Ground floor accommodations include a master bedroom/bath suite featuring a king size bed and a double queen room across the hall. A basic equipped kitchen, dining room, bath and a two story great room with a large screen TV complete the first floor. The back of the home is open and airy with two story windows that give you a beautiful view of the common area. Upstairs, there is a loft with seating and a secretary's desk, two more baths and three bedrooms, including a duplicate of the master suite on the first floor, a single queen bedroom and a large queen bedroom with four singles in two bunk beds. Each bedroom has a large closet and is furnished with a large dresser. In the basement there are laundry facilities, another bathroom and four twin beds. Constructed in 2006, the floor plan is 2,690 square feet and sleeps sixteen to twenty guests. The home has five bedrooms and six full bathrooms between the three levels. The two story great room with living area, dining area and large windows provide an excellent view of the Hyrum Kimball Village Pavilion and recreation area. The home is fully furnished and tastefully decorated.
Richmond Hill Players Theatre
Barn is located atop the bluff in Geneseo since 1968. The group's actors, directors, backstage personnel, support staff, and audience are drawn from 60 mile radius that includes cities in Illinois and Iowa.
The annual Christkindl Market will be held in downtown Quincy's Washington Park. Visitors can shop in heated tents featuring booths from local merchants, authentic German food and drink, activities for youth, visits with Santa and much more!
Built in 1929, this old-fashioned country hotel has every room decorated differently. Enjoy the rich colors of Calhoun County and the Illinois River at this quaint country inn. Reservations are required.
Lincoln Days Civil War Re-Enactment
Civil War Re-Enactment held at the Pittsfield City Lake. Featuring a parade, military drills, soldier camps, Living History Lectures, music, period food, vendors and artisans. Step back in time to historic Pittsfield as Union and Confederate forces prepare for battle.
Jimbeana's is one of Quincy's casual dining experiences in a quaint little setting. Located in Quincy's historic business district. There is inside or outside dinning available and off street parking. Our specialty is the whole Catfish on the bone. We carry a wide assortment of sandwiches including 13 kinds of the original Yoagies Hoagies one of Quincy's old sandwich shoppes that used to be around from the late 70's early 80's. Homemade breaded tenderloins, soups and Jim's famous Cajun sausage gumbo, salads made fresh daily. Daily food and drink specials.
Tower Pizza and Mexican
Can't decide between delicious pizza and tantalizing Mexican food. Head to Tower Pizza and Mexican for an amazing selection of both!
The Grove Inn is a family bar and grill. They have sand volleyball and live bands in the summer. Come out and relax on the patio!
PL Damron's Catering Cafe & Banquets
Follow the lunch crowd and dine in a beautifully preserved historic building where everything is homemade from the soups to the entrees. PL Damron’s Café is known for its fresh baked breads, bakery treats (try the cinnamon and caramel rolls!), and pies. PL Damron’s Barbecue is a house specialty with pulled pork, pulled rib, beef, and chicken served in a special barbecue sauce. PL Damron’s Café also offers catering and banquet services.
Run Your Ice Off
Over 200 runners participate in this annual “Hardcore” 5k race held, snow, rain or shine beginning at 11am.
Reiman's Harley Davidson
If motorcycles are your thing, check out Reiman’s Harley Davidson. Roger Reiman, the original proprietor, is a 1998 inductee into the American Motorcycle Association’s Hall of Fame and a three-time winner of the Daytona 200. A top competitor in the AMA’s Grand National Circuit during the 1960s, Reiman cut back on his racing schedule to manage the family Harley Davidson dealership in Kewanee during the 1970s. It was during this time that he became famous as motorcycle stuntman Evel Knievel’s head mechanic. Since Reiman’s death in a racing accident in 1997, the Packee family has owned and operated the dealership. One of the top Harley Davidson dealerships in the Midwest, Reiman’s can meet every motorcycle enthusiast’s needs and desires. Stop by and visit the Racing Museum and check out the history of Roger Reiman and Evel Knievel. Axle will be there to greet you!
Riverside Smoke House and Grill
We pride ourselves on great KC Barbeque! Stop into our Quincy location to try some of our mouth watering ribs, smoked pork, barbque chicken, brisket, and more!
Gem City Pizzeria
Come to Gem City Pizzeria, the oldest Pizzaria in Quincy and have our famous Jeff's Special pizza or some nachos. Specializing in pizza and Mexican selections, Gem City is open 4 pm to Midnight every day!
This old European-style home is the first “story book” home built in this new development. The complete home is three stories, but there is a lock off available on the first floor (Troubadour's Quarters), allowing that unit to be rented separately, or with the main home on the second and third floors (Crown Court Suite). The Troubadour's Quarters contains a great room with full kitchen, dishwasher, stove/oven, microwave and table for six. The great room has a queen-size sofa sleeper, gas burning fireplace, and flat screen TV. A bedroom has three built-in bunk beds, and there is a full bath with tub/shower combination! This level sleeps up to 8 and can be rented separately, or with the rest of the home. Since the home is built on a hillside overlooking the Mississippi River, the massive front door is located on the second level, opening up into a large living room with fireplace and flat screen TV, and beautiful view of the river. This living room contains two queen size sofa sleepers. The full kitchen has Amish built cabinets, granite counter-tops seating four at the bar and with a table for six in the round turret. The full bath on this floor has a corner shower. The third level is the master suite which is perfect for a honeymoon or anniversary occasion! The view of the Mississippi from this room is spectacular! It also has a desk, gas log fireplace, flat screen TV, King size bed, queen size sofa sleeper, and another bedroom with queen size bed. The bathroom in the round turret has two sinks and a beautiful four legged tub! * Internet & TV service are not available at this location.
The Dock is a great place to meet friends and relax with outside seating along the Mississippi River and live entertainment on outdoor bandstand.
Charles Hales Home
The Charles Hales Home is a historic Mormon pioneer home with modern amenities in the Hyrum Kimball Village, perfect for your family vacation to Nauvoo. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with a king bed, and a large king bedroom across the hall. Also on the first floor is a full kitchen, dining room, great room/family room and a full bathroom. This floor has a vaulted ceiling above the great room and dining room area with a grand staircase to the second floor loft (with queen size sofa sleeper). The back of the home is open and airy with two story windows that bathe the home with light. The second floor has two king bedrooms and one queen bedroom. In the hall are two full bathrooms with sinks in a vanity. The basement has a full laundry room with washer and dryer.
Paradise in Nauvoo
Paradise-In-Nauvoo is a new addition to the string of popular Nauvoo vacation homes. The home is located just a block from the town’s main Hotel and a few blocks from the Temple (walking distance). This solidly built charmer has a general store directly across the street (Casey’s General Store). If you’re passionate about Nauvoo you’ll love this centrally located cozy, cuddly, adorable, cheerful and vibrant home! The owners of this property are from Hawaii and simply could not resist the opportunity to greet all guest with a warm Aloha as demonstrated in the Hawaiian theme of the house. Currently there are 2 queen size hand crafted beds, 2 queen size sleeper sofas, and a twin bed. 1 40" Television and one TV with built-in DVD player. Washer/dryer, Three bedrooms and three bathrooms on the main floor. The living room is connected to a cozy little study area, which has been turned into the TV room and additional sleeping area if needed. Home is situated on approximately 1/3 of an acre.
Quincy's Must Have Pizza features an everyday lunch buffet and Monday and Thursday Evening Buffets including pizza, pasta, breadsticks, cinnamon sticks, & full salad bar! Don't miss Taco Tuesday!
River View Retreat
Enjoy your visit to Nauvoo in this nearly 1700 square foot retreat with a large deck and fantastic view of the Mississippi River! Only two miles from the LDS Visitor’s Center, this home is close to the restored homes and businesses of Old Nauvoo, including the temple, yet secluded as a retreat from the hustle bustle of touring. This 4 bedroom home sleeps up to sixteen including the cabin located on the property. The home has two bedrooms on the main floor, each with a queen bed, and a master suite upstairs with a queen bed and full size sofa sleeper. In addition, there is a full size bed in the loft bedroom, plus a queen size sofa sleeper in the living room. The large kitchen will provide the appliances and kitchen needs for a large family, and the kids will love the spiral stairway to the upstairs, in addition to the regular stair access. Two bathrooms on the main floor (one with shower only, the other with a bath/shower combination) and a washer and dryer are also available for guest’s use, and the home is air conditioned for comfort. This home also includes high speed internet access and Dish TV. The deck is a great place for a bar-b-q and entertaining as guests enjoy the view of the nearby Mississippi River. The optional cabin, with skylight, air conditioning and electric heat, contains two bunk beds.
The Coach House has been a Quincy, Illinois landmark at 24th & Broadway for over 44 years. Throughout those years, many changes have been made but what remains the same is hot, fresh, home-made entrees created the way Grandma would fix them. They are proud to be one of the only restaurants in town to serve breakfast all day everyday - and always prepared with only the freshest ingredients. They grind their own hamburger and hand cut each steak to ensure quality. Their salad bar has been expanded to offer more options to the health conscious, and includes hot pasta and soups. When you visit the Coach House, you will be greeted with a smile and we hope you'll leave as friends. They invite you to experience the Coach House - a great place for families and friends at prices you can afford.
Fatback's Smokin Racks BBQ
Located at the corner of 24TH and Lind in Quincy, Fatback's is now serving delicious smoked BBQ. Due to the overwhelming support and requests of the public during various BBQ competitions throughout the tri-states, they have decided to take their flair for BBQ public! Fatback's pit-smokes beef brisket, ribs, pulled pork, and chicken, as well as serving up home-style southern sides such as tasty baked beans, creamy slaw, and even good ole' collard greens. They are excited to give you what you've been waiting to eat...REAL southern BBQ!
Martinis at 515
Martinis at 515 is downtown Quincy's place to be whether you are looking for a place to relax after work or go out on a Friday night with friends. Enjoy the best martinis or coldest beer in the area. Whatever you are in the mood for, Martinis at 515 has it all. At Martinis at 515 you will find a relaxed atmosphere and superior service with the look and feel of a large city bar. Enjoy large flat screen TV's to watch all the latest sporting events, or the quiet fireplace room to relax and hang out. Come in and check it out. We also offer private events in The Olive Room.
Bailey's Coffee & Fudge
At Bailey's we offer more than just coffee and treats, because we are more than your typical coffee shop. Our family-owned business means we do more than pour your coffee - we treat you like one of us. So, come on in and stay a while. Connect on our free WiFi or kick back and relax with friends.
Hampton Inn Quincy
The Hampton Inn Quincy hotel is adjacent to Oakley-Lindsay Convention Center and convenient to the attractions, dining and shopping options of Quincy. Attend a trade show or concert at Oakley-Lindsay Convention Center, adjacent to our hotel. We’re only three blocks from the Mississippi River and 15 miles from Hannibal, Missouri, the birthplace of Mark Twain. For a unique experience, go eagle watching at Quincy Lock & Damn #21. After a day of bird watching or shopping, return to your room and slip into your clean and fresh Hampton bed® for a good night’s sleep at our Quincy, Illinois hotel.
State Street Bar & Grill
State Street Bar & Grill has something that is sure to satisfy any taste. They are open 7 days a week and offering up all of your favorites for breakfast, lunch and dinner! Whether you are looking for a classic cheeseburger, a giant tenderloin or the best Philly steak sandwich in town, State Street is the place to be. They are a family owned establishment and we are happy to be a place where families can get together for a great meal and great memories. And for the late night crowd, State Street offers the best karaoke show in town every Friday and Saturday night at 9:30pm!
Tour Quincy Bikes
See Quincy via bikes! Rent an automatic Trek Lime or a 7-speed Cruiser Tandem. Available on an hourly or daily basis at the Villa Kathrine (Quincy's Tourist Info Center). Reservations recommended. Complimentary architectural driving route with rental. Helmets & locks available.
Quincy Preserves Behind Closed Doors Home Tour
Spring beauty in Quincy is welcomed by the annual Quincy Preserves home tours. Held the first Sunday in May accompanied by the annual Dogwood Festival. Homes are adorned with plants and blooming trees in the yards and gardens. Tour 6 homes in Quincy from 1-5pm. Tickets are available at the door of each home for $15 per person or $12 in advance. email at: firstname.lastname@example.org http://quincypreserves.org
Underbrink’s Bakery, your neighborhood bakery since 1929, has always brought you the best in made-from-scratch baked goods. They are your wedding, anniversary, birthday, graduation and any occasion headquarters. Stop in today and try their famous iced angel food cupcakes, or pick up some sweet rolls for the office. They have a large selection of cookies, pies, bread and cakes every day that are made with the finest seasonal ingredients.
The Dock is a great place to meet friends and relax with outside seating along the Mississippi River and live entertainment on an outdoor bandstand.
The historic Hotel Nauvoo inn and restaurant, operated for four generations by the Kraus family, houses artfully appointed guest rooms in the style of the approximately 170 year-old building without sparing any modern convenience. This famous building dates back to the Mormon period of Nauvoo history, built in part by J. J. Brendt, a Latter Day Saint, and completed by Adam Swartz, a German immigrant. Historic Hotel Nauvoo is located in the heart of Nauvoo's attractions. We are only one block from Nauvoo's Temple Square in an ideal location amidst the quaint Nauvoo shops that will allow you to spend time enjoying the simpler things in life. Overnight room guests receive a 25% breakfast discount at their Grandpa John's Cafe. Tour the more than forty recreated historic sites and wander down to the Nauvoo Historical Society Weld House Museum for an overview of area history.