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54 guest rooms with complimentary continental breakfast, indoor pool, and free high-speed internet. Packages are available.
For the fine appreciation of quilt making attend this show and see hundreds of quilts on display; along with quilt making demonstrations. There will be quilt vendors and food concessions; plus raffle tickets that will be sold at the door for a quilt drawing.
For one day each fall, downtown Kankakee is transformed into a center for arts and entertainment. The Art Stroll brings together artisans from all over the Midwest, including painters, photographers, jewelry makers, potters, glass makers, and a variety of music and performance artists.
Stop and visit Wilmington, IL an old mill town built directly on the river with the charm and hospitality you won’t find anywhere else. Located on Route 66, you’ll find a variety of antique and specialty shops and great restaurants.
A collection of what's old, some new, and every bit of custom and unique while keeping prices respectable and providing a comfortable, welcoming atmosphere for shoppers. Chances are you might even run into the Two Hounds, beagles Annie & Cooper.
Explore three floors of the largest Illinois Windmill built in 1872, the demonstrations of old time crafts as well as expanded children activities - and it’s free.
Tour and explore three floors of the largest Dutch/German Illinois Windmill built in 1872, filled with antiques and exhibits. Su 1-3PM.
You will see many hand crafted items by the creative minds of the artists that made all of these beautiful items. Original art work includes water color and oil paintings, blown and fused glass creations, woodworking, jewelry, hand knits, porcelain paintings and other media.
Located in Harborside Marina make Big Fish Grille your destination for seafood. From fresh fish, to USDA prime steaks, to mouthwatering desserts, our menu offers something for everyone.
Run or walk a 5k route or the 1m fun walk to help raise funds to fight arthritis. Dress in a holiday costume or tie jingle bells to your shoe laces for this festive event.