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The Drifters…one of Rock & Roll’s founding vocal groups is once again touring the U.S. They were the first musical group to include string instruments into Rhythm & Blues music with their hauntingly beautiful song, "There Goes My Baby". The Drifters were in the first class of Rock & Roll legends to be initiated into the Hall of Fame and the first African American group to be inducted. Their classic tune "Under The Boardwalk" is the most played R & B record of all time. The list of hits goes on and on. Join the historic reunion as they return to their roots with their latest American tour. Performing at the historic Sandwich Opera House 3-5 pm, Sun., Feb. 12, 2017.
Olive Berry Acres was established in May 2005 by berry enthusiasts Nik and Michelle Weber. We are pleased to offer strawberries, raspberries, asparagus and rhubarb.
2 sheets of ice. 16 teams. 4-on-4 action. Don't miss the elemental game of hockey! This tournament is hosted by the Island Park District.
Knutson's Country Harvest is located in Newark, Il. We have pies, (made from scratch) baked or frozen. Jams,Pickles, honey, etc. Our u-pick orchard includes strawberries, blueberies, apples, peaches and many other fruits and veggies.
Discover Mies van der Rohe’s celebrated Farnsworth House in a new light during this special Moonlight Tours, back by popular demand. These exclusive tours will start at dusk and return after dark, lasting approximately 90 minutes. Guests will be led along a lighted path with woods on one side and the Fox River on the other, to enjoy a full guided tour of Farnsworth House illuminated against the evening sky. Reservations required. Moonlight Tour Cost: $30 (plus $2.50 convenience fee online).
The annual Halloween Egg Hunt is a twist on an old tradition! Wear your costume, bring your flashlight, a container for eggs, and at 7:00pm, hunt in the darkness for candy-filled eggs! This event is for children 10 and under! For more information please contact the Yorkville Parks and Recreation Department at 630-553-4357!
Kids enjoy Halloween Fun at the historic Lyon Farm the last two Sundays in October. They can Trick-or-Treat in the historic Lyon Farm Village, participate in a costume parade around the square, earn prizes awarded for best costume, play old-fashioned games, take hay rides, and get spooked in the Haunted house! At the 39 acre Lyon Farm, you can enjoy historic buildings such as the Oswego-Fox House, Union School one-room schoolhouse, the Seward Town Hall, Corrigan’s General Store, the 1850 Plano CB&Q railroad depot, a CB&Q caboose, a blacksmith shop and several large buildings containing displays of household, farming and commercial artifacts and archival records.