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Open Air Market outside of Community Building. The market has local produce, flowers, & baked goods. As well as homemade products such as wood carving, local honey, and more. Thursdays from 4:30-6 pm
One of Millikin University's most popular events, Vespers (which means "evening prayers") provides the context for a seasonal concert that has become one of the University's most beloved traditions. Performed by 350 singers and instrumentalists, the concert features traditional and new music for choirs and brass. The 2016 theme is "One Can Hear the Falling Snow". Performances will be at 2p and 7:30p, both December 3rd and 4th.
Historical building in downtown Shelbyville that has been restored. Original murals from Ford Motor Company line the walls. Coffee Shop, Ice cream Parlor and Gift Boutique with soups, sandwiches, and salads. Unique items for your home and unique clothing and jewelry. A specialty children's department and a book section. Coffee Shop, Ice cream Parlor and Gift Boutique with soups, sandwiches, and salads. Open 8a-5p Mon-Thur, 8a-9p Fri & Sat, 12-5p Sunday.
Moweaqua Golf Course is located one mile west of Moweaqua, Illinois. It is a public 18 hole golf course for golfers of all abilities, as it offers four sets of tees and a maximum yardage of 6,300 yards. The course is a popular site for golf outings and features a driving range, pro shop, and snack bar. Moweaqua golf course opened in 1993. The course started out as a simple, but challenging, nine hole course. In 2000 the the Village of Moweaqua purchased land that bordered the course to the west and in 2003 the back nine was built. Golfers now have an 18 hole layout.
Swing into Christmas with this fun holiday variety show guaranteed to entertain the whole family! Beautiful singing, spectacular dancing and rib tickling comedy brought to you by an all-star cast of talented performers led by our own John Stephens and Therese Kincade. It’s all wrapped up in a beautiful package with lots of favorites like White Christmas, O Holy Night, This Christmas, Let It Snow, Jingle Bells and a stunning finale about the true meaning of Christmas. A Swingin’ Little Christmas will keep you in the holiday spirit all winter long!
The cabin’s historic interpreters will discuss the ever-changing Christmas traditions during Abraham Lincoln’s time and how the Greek bishop St. Nicholas came to be known as Santa Claus, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Meanwhile, the Visitor’s Center will offer music, snacks and family-friendly activities.