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Fine home interior decorations. China, crystal, Christmas ornaments, cooking ingredients, candles and pictures.
Adult, youth, and children's books. Special orders available.
Explore the heart of America! Follow the Mississippi River as it winds its way along Illinois' western border from Galena to Cairo. Experience over 550 miles of small towns, big cities, historic sites, recreational areas, cultural attractions and museums. Follow the green and white paddle wheel signs as they guide your next adventure!
Locally raised fresh shrimp at the largest indoor facility in Illinois. M & M Shrimp Shack is open Saturday's 9am-1pm. Visit www.shrimpshack.com for more information.
Head out to the Brown County Fairgrounds for a culinary adventure! Bring your friends for the wild hog roast, check out the vendor booths, be a part of the archery event, test your luck in the raffle, and kids enjoy activities just for them! Did we mention the food? Check the website to see how you can enter your own recipe into the wild game cook off. Live music starts at 2pm, auction at 6:30pm. Food and beverages available. There is a $10 cover charge.
We offer a half marathon walk/run, 5K walk/run a 10K walk/run as well as a 13.1 and 55 mile bike ride. The race begins in Hamilton, Illinois, travels along the mighty Mississippi and ends in Nauvoo, Illinois at the state park. The Great River Road Run is one of the most scenic sport races in America and the proceeds benefit the Hancock County, Illinois Food Pantries.
Flatland Summer Jam is almost here! The jam-packed event will feature many musicians with headliner being Levi Riggs. Taking place on August 27 in Veteran's Park, come and enjoy the live music from 12 to 10 PM. A bags tournament will also be taking place! To sign up or view the official line up, check out the website at flatlandsummerjam.com.
Beginning September 9, look to the skies for Macomb's annual Balloon Rally and Kite Festival! This year's theme will be Day of the Dead and feature an abundance of brightly colored spectacles. The event is free and will be open to the public all day and will end on September 10. For more information, please visit macombballoonrally.blogspot.com.
The weekend of the Gazebo Art Festival, Western Illinois University will host its annual Al Sears Jazz Festival, sharing Chandler Park and providing a vibrant atmosphere for music and art lovers alike! The Macomb Public Library also hosts one of its annual book sales and food vendors are available. The event will be held on September 24 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, for more info please visit wciarts.org.