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Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill., is a $130 million, 1.5-mile, D-shaped, tri-oval speedway that annually hosts the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR XFINITY Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards. Chicagoland Speedway sits on 930 acres of land, which is large enough to accommodate 42 United Centers (home of the Chicago Bulls and Blackhawks). Chicagoland Speedway provides 500 acres of free parking for more than 30,000 vehicles. Standing at 15 stories tall, Chicagoland Speedway's grandstands are approximately the same height as the Navy Pier Ferris Wheel in downtown Chicago!
Casual fine dining serving traditional and modern Italian specialties. Award winning steaks, chops, seafood, fresh pastas and much more, served in a European atmosphere. We have an extensive wine list and signature cocktails. Private room available for all occasions.
The ARCA Racing Series returns to Chicagoland Speedway to kick off four days and nights of racing action on Thursday, Sept. 15! The up-and-comers and wily veterans never disappoint, with a night full of unpredictable action! Green flag is set for 7 p.m. CT!
Little Saigon brings authentic Vietnamese cuisine, specialty cocktails and modern ambiance with contemporary décor to the beautiful Shorewood neighborhood off of Route 59.
Great beers should be distributed on the backs of their followers, not on the trucks of distributors. Three Angels Brewing is a nano scale operation, focusing on the production and development of brews utilizing predominantly locally grown inputs. Economics is an after thought, Quality is a requirement, and Excellence is determined and awarded by consumers, not judges. Tours by appointment.
Our Farm Stand is a collection of produce grown in our field, our greenhouses and the best produce that other local farms have to offer. Garden Patch Farms is a playground for visitors that like to pick all of their own produce. In season, we offer a variety of items to pick on our farm.
The Aurora Elks Lodge No. 705 is a Mayan style building on Stolp Island in Aurora, Illinois. It is included in the Stolp Island Historic District. The building was built in 1926 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. (Re-development planning in process.)
Welcome warmer weather and shake off cabin fever during Naper Settlement’s annual tribute to the changing of the seasons. Learn the time-honored method of collecting sap the old-fashioned way and see a maple tree tapping demonstration. Enjoy hands-on activities and presentations that recount Illinois’ Native American heritage and pioneer past and try a tasty maple treat. Each of the historic buildings will have a different theme and special activities for families to enjoy.
The blockbuster Disney movie comes to life in this awe-inspiring Paramount production that is perfect for the young and the young at heart. This is the kind of production that has the Paramount creative team chomping at the bit. Bringing the underwater surroundings to life, creating the costumes that transform humans into creatures, developing a system that will allow mermaids to swim and arranging a score for the Paramount orchestra that will give audiences chills are exactly the challenges they thrive on. No matter your age, no matter your experience with the story, no matter if you believe in mermaids or not, when that curtain goes up, you will want to be in your seats to experience this production.
Leland Tower is a twenty-two story tall building located on Stolp Island in Aurora, Illinois. Leland Tower was at one point the tallest building in Illinois outside of Chicago. Stolp Island is recognized as a Historical District by the National Register of Historical Places. Leland Tower was at one time the tallest building in the world, and dominates the downtown of Aurora, dwarfing all the other buildings located there. The tower was built initially as a hotel. The Leland Hotel project was conceived in 1926 and was one of the most ambitious projects in the city's history. The project was announced by an organization known as the Aurora Building Corporation through Herbert P. Heiss of the First Illinois Company. Mr. Heiss had located and purchased the site for the proposed hotel. The building contract was awarded to the H.G. Chtistman Company, general contractors of South Bend, Indiana and Detroit, Michigan. Anker Sveere Graven and Arthur Guy Mayger were chosen to design the hotel which was planned to be one of the grandest buildings outside of Chicago.
Begin your evening of fun and adventure with dinner at the Jacob Henry Mansion but-don't plan on leaving until you have solved the mysterious Murder Mystery! The theme revolves around the 1920 era and dress from that period is encouraged. Costumes add to add to the festivities, but are not necessary. We will meet you at the Town Meeting at the Jacob Henry Mansion for a fun filled, lighthearted, personalized package where guests unknowingly become entangled in an intriguing web of drama and suspense as they become victims - the suspects - or the "KILLER."
Rock Bottom is all about the beer. Every tank tapped here represents hours of planning, experimentation, ingenuity and precision by a local Rock Bottom Brewmaster. The folks here pride themselves on the remarkably consistent quality of their handcrafted beers as well as their tasty menu of made-from-scratch food
Located just north of Morris, IL, the Grundy County Fairgrounds features the 1/3 mile paved Grundy County Speedway and many annual events. Don't miss the Grundy County Agricultural District Fair, the Illinois Beer Festival, Grundy County Corn Festival and more.
Victorian Italianate structure opened in 1964 that towers proudly over the Fox River and the City of Yorkville. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Olde Courthouse Gallery graces the main hall with shows featuring the work of artists from Kendall County and beyond. Laws of Nature exhibit focuses on the natural resources of the county. Tours available.
From 1908 to 1940, Sears Roebuck and Company ordered, manufactured and sold homes to hundreds of thousands of Americans. Sears homes were popular in the railroad community of Aurora, which boasts 136 authenticated properties, making Aurora one of the largest concentrations of Sears homes in the country. Take the tour - stop by the literature center at 43 W. Galena Blvd. or download an entire list of Sears Homes from the City's web site.
All of our custom hand-crafted spirits are produced in small batches by our master distiller in limited 200 gallon quantities. Our specialty is creating extremely unique flavor profiles not found from large distillers.
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.
Tribes Alehouse & Beer Company is a craft brewery and one of Chicagoland’s premiere craft beer bars with locations in Mokena & Tinley Park.
Granite City Food & Brewery is a polished casual American restaurant featuring fresh, high-quality menu items prepared from made-from-scratch recipes. Signature dishes include Signature Meatloaf, Big Show Burger, Maple Bacon Flatbread, Mahi Tacos as well as burgers, sandwiches, salads and steaks. Granite City Food & Brewery’s signature brews, which are made on-site, include The Duke (Pale Ale), The Bennie (Bock), The Batch (Double IPA), The Northern (American Style Light Lager) and The Stout. Seasonal brews are featured throughout the year.
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.
Enjoy a self-guided driving tour of Aurora’s historic districts. Go back in time to Pre-Civil War era when Illinois' second largest city was being formed. Visit the Roundhouse, Stolp Island, Central Fire Station, Auto-Row, the house made of coal and much more. Online tour information available by clicking the link to the City of Aurora's Historic Preservation page of the City's web site.
Plan a fun family night at this spook-tacular event. The evening’s ghoulish activities include wacky games, creepy crafts and trick-or-treating. Don’t forget to wear your Halloween costume! One adult free with every child. Brave participants can buy a $1 ticket for the Haunted House. Space is limited. Please register by 5 p.m. on Oct. 27.
Clayton's Tap has been family owned and operated for over 40 years. In 1973, W. Clayton Darlington purchased Farmers Paradise from Hank Briscoe. The tavern was truly a "Farmers Paradise". Shortly after Hank Briscoe passed away, it was renamed Clayton's Tap. In 2004, ownership transferred within the family, and the tavern was closed for a short time and completely remodeled. A back room with adjacent beer garden was built to host live entertainment and private parties, and the original Brunswick bar which won the World's Fair in 1933 was refurbished and is still in use today. So pull up a barstool and enjoy our live entertainment, food, spirits, watching sporting events on our televisions, playing darts, pool or video gaming... you are only a stranger at Clayton's Tap once.
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.
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.
With four Grammy nominations, a Golden Globe for “Entertainer of the Year,” 24 platinum records, 150 million albums sold and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, superstardom doesn’t get much brighter than Engelbert Humperdinck’s. Over the last 40 years, the “King of Romance” has recorded some of the greatest love songs ever, like “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You,” “After The Lovin’” and the classic, crooning “Quando Quando Quando.” He’s collaborated with fellow music royalty like Sir Elton John, Elvis Presley and Willie Nelson. Plus, his smash hit love song “Release Me” even held The Beatles’ “Strawberry Fields Forever” from ever hitting #1 on the charts. How’s that for a feat? Join the millions of fans worldwide who have experienced this incredible, three-octave vocal range (yep, you read that right) performer live in concert for one show only.
This internationally-acclaimed group of foot-tapping men and women is celebrating 2 decades of reels, jigs and just downright spectacular performances, so they’re dominating the Paramount stage for a full weekend of nothing but Irish dance and music. Whether you’ve seen Riverdance before or only heard about their high-energy live shows, you’ll want to see what they’ve put together for this 20th anniversary tour (let’s just say it gives the phrase “the luck of the Irish” a whole new meaning). Join the 25 million people worldwide who have witnessed history in the making. Experience Riverdance!
Two of the biggest voices in music history never had the opportunity to perform together, live in concert. Now, this is your chance to experience what it would have been like to see Ol’ Blue Eyes and Babs share the stage, right here in Aurora. The two performers paying tribute to these legends sound like Frank and Barbra, they look like Frank and Barbra, and man, will they blow your mind. They’ll cover everything from “Don’t Rain on My Parade” to “The Way You Look Tonight” and so many more of those classic tunes you know and love. This is one glamorous, heart-warming and spectacular show you won’t want to miss.
Immerse the whole family in the colorful, intense, theatrical world of Chinese acrobatics. The Golden Dragon Acrobats may have been touring for 30 years, but they represent a tradition that began more than 25 centuries ago. Led by world-renowned producer Danny Chang and award-winning choreographer Angela Chang, this troupe blends ancient dance, spectacular costumes, contemporary music and incredible athleticism into a full-on extravaganza of movement. They glide across the stage with unimaginable gracefulness. They twist and contort their bodies in ways you didn’t think were possible. They perform stunts that will simultaneously make your heart thump and mesmerize you. On top of all that, it’s an awesome opportunity to introduce the kids in your life to a rich, 2,500 year-old culture. Performance at 3pm.
Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones has been called “an original,” “a cult heroine” and “one of the best-if not the best-artist of her generation.” But it’s not only her hits songs like “Chuck E’s in Love,” “Last Chance Texaco” and “On Saturday Afternoons in 1963” that made Rickie a star. Her hip, poetic style, both on and off the stage, turned Rickie into a cultural icon. Atlantic Records A&R rep first heard Madeleine Peyroux is known for melding jazz, blues and pop into songs, like her haunting rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Dance Me to the End of Love,” that leave listeners in total awe.
Seven Bridges Golf Club, a 4-Star rated course by Golf Digest, provides a golf experience unlike any other. Seven Bridges is recognized as one of the top 5 public courses in the Chicagoland area. It’s a public course with a private course feel. Our finely-manicured course boasts a bucolic setting featuring 100-year-old oaks, picturesque lily pad ponds, and, of course, at least seven bridges. Following your round, you can enjoy a meal and drinks at the best 19th hole setting anywhere, The Dock, which offers great dining and sunset views.
Village Greens of Woodridge golf course, located in Woodridge, Illinois, features an 18-hole, fun, affordable, public daily fee golf course always in great condition and considered one of Chicago's best value for golf. Golfers find Village Greens tree-lined fairways and golfer friendly atmosphere an ideal layout.
The Links at Carillon is a 27 Hole Public Golf Course located right off of I-55 and Weber Rd. The Links offers you a beautifully maintained golf course at some of the best rates in the Chicagoland area! Come experience "The Gauntlet" which is our signature par five known as one of the "Dream 18" holes. Whether it is for your next outing, just to hit some range balls or for your next round of golf, Come check us out!
The Management proudly welcomes you to Manteno Golf Club and Learning Center. We are confident that you will find that our dedication and hard work result in a golf and dining experience of the highest level. A symbol of pride, Manteno Golf Club and Learning Center boasts an 18-hole golf course, Learning Center practice range, two practice greens, a 7,000 square foot banquet facility, lounge, and Golf Shop.
Open year round, SPG Green Garden Country Club is located in Frankfort Illinois, just a 45-minute drive southwest from downtown Chicago. Our proximity to the Greater Chicagoland area makes SPG Green Garden Country Club ideal for both general play and outings of all kinds. The attraction of rolling terrain, a tranquil setting, and clean country fresh air will make your next round of golf with us a most pleasurable experience.
Our two, 18-hole championship courses at Gleneagles are called the Red or Lakes course and the White or Woodlands course. As you play, there is little co-mingling of the two courses. Each is a stand-alone jewel, with unique characteristics and nuances. But together they offer a unique opportunity for you to host a 288-player shotgun outing with relative ease.
Cinder Ridge is an exciting 18 hole regulation course located at the Cinder Ridge Golf Links facility in Wilmington, IL. From the longest tees it presents 6,968 yards of golf for a par of 42. The course was designed by George Kappos and opened in 1995. The course rating is 74.1 with a slope rating of 139.