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Freeport Art Museum, 121 N. Harlem Avenue, Freeport. Tuesday thru Friday: 10 am to 5 pm; Saturday: Noon to 5 pm. This exhibition is an installation, print and multi-media exhibition of work by Jonathan McFadden and David Wischer that presents a reaction to news and social media cycles by drawing attention to the fractured and often-sensationalized events and culture. Works are appropriated from multiple media outlets and social media sites, emphasizing the fractured narrative that news cycles create by pushing aside recent events for the most current story, creating a culture that blurs events and leaves the viewer entertained but unable to recall details. McFadden incorporates recognizable forms so that the viewer feels a sense of remembrance toward, but may not link to the original meaning. Thus the work created in reaction to these events begins to take on its own narrative about global society and how we digest information. Opening Reception: August 19, 5 pm to 7 pm. Free, but donations appreciated. (815-235-9755)
It has become far too easy in our consumer culture for us to forget that coffee is a crop. This means that coffee is something that is grown by farmers; it requires workers to harvest, to mill, to dry, and a list of other tasks that happen well before those beans ever arrive to us. We believe if handled properly at origin, coffee has the potential to be respected and treated like a fine wine. We aim to bring in coffees that have been grown properly and responsibly. Quality sourcing is just the first step in our journey toward the best possible flavor in the resulting cups of coffee we make.
Family owned neighborhood bar and grill in the heart of historic downtown Freeport. Daily lunch specials, homemade soup and chili, hot burgers, cold beers and Mrs. Mike’s Potato Chips. Full bar, carryouts, entertainment. Open: Sunday: 11 am to 7 pm; Tuesday and Wednesday: 8 am to 10 pm; Thursday: 8 am to 11 pm; Friday and Saturday: 8 am to 2 am Lunch and Dinner: under $10.00 Credit Cards Accepted.
Diane's Treasures is located in downtown Freeport, IL and have a unique collection of antiques and vintage decor to spice up your home. Open: Tuesday thru Thursday, Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm.
Steeped in tradition, the YMCA's Rowing Crew plays host to the Head of the Rock Regatta every October. This decades-old race draws more than 2,000 rowers from across the country and more than 5,000 spectators to the banks of the Rock River. The Head of the Rock Regatta is a rowing race of 5,000 meters (3.2 miles) on the Rock River, beginning at Martin Park and finishing at the YMCA. It is a sanctioned event of the United States Rowing Association, requiring the observance of USRowing race protocol. Suggested viewing spots are Martin Park, The Symbol, Sinnissippi Gardens, and anywhere along the east bank of the river between Riverside Boulevard and Whitman Street. Bring picnics, chairs and blankets and get a spot early to enjoy a relaxing event.
A group of Rockford natives made the decision to share their passion for fine beer and food with others in the form of a brewpub. Their home is the historic Prairie Street Brewhouse, an important part of Rockford’s history and currently coming back to life as a mixed-use development. Home to the original Rockford Brewing Company, this building was one of the first breweries in the nation, pumping out over 75,000 barrels a year and its peak. Their shiny new 15-barrel brewery is the backdrop to Rockford’s newest destination for handcrafted beer and food. They are proud and excited to bring this wonderful piece of Rockford history back to life and look forward to exceeding expectations.
Grab the kids, put on your jacket and come on down to Klehm Arboretum for a memory filled day of free outdoor activities. The crisp fall air and beautiful autumn foliage is sure to put you in the mood for horse drawn wagon rides, scarecrow building and other fun activities for kids of all ages. Bring your camera for all the great family photo opportunities.
Celebrate the sights, sounds and tastes of autumn at Fall For The Forest Preserves at Atwood Homestead Forest Preserve. This free fall festival will feature horse-drawn wagon rides, children’s crafts, games, and a scavenger hunt. Happy campers of all ages will enjoy a campfire sing-along led by local musician David Stocker. Roast a marshmallow over the campfire! Refreshments available for purchase. Free admission!
Bring your family to trick or treat in the safety of Midway Village Museum’s charming Victorian Village! More than 20 village buildings will be specially decorated for Halloween by local community groups, and families can trick or treat in each building to receive candy! There will also be additional children’s activities such as crafts, games and dancing! Starting in mid-afternoon, families can enter the enchanted woods and be transported into the famous adventure of The Jungle Book! Travel along the illuminated path to various scenes from the story and meet famous characters such as Baloo the bear, King Louis, Mowgli, and Shere Khan! Families are encouraged to dress in costume. Advanced tickets may be purchased at the Museum Gift Shop. Admission is also purchased at the gates the day of the event.
Established in 1915, Timber Creek is not the ‘run of the mill’ golf course. With gentle rolling fairways, it was designed to give the golfer ample room off the tee while giving the player a challenge of a lie that may be slightly uphill or downhill. The closer you get to our bent grass greens, you will find sand traps placed by the architect in places that add to the overall character of the course. With new sand, you will find it as accommodating as one could. Our greens at Timber Creek were designed for game improvement and the scratch golfer alike.
The original nine holes date back to 1913, offering beautiful views of the Rock River. The design is a 2700 yard, par 34 with lots of trees and small greens. The back nine, built in the late 60’s, is a 3200 yard track par 36, with large greens and sand traps. Adding to the challenge is the Holland creek running through it, coming into play on seven of the nine holes.
The 18-hole "Atwood Homestead" course at the Atwood Homestead Golf Course facility in Rockford, Illinois features 7,470 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 74.3 and it has a slope rating of 120 on Blue grass. Designed by Charles Maddox, the Atwood Homestead golf course opened in 1971.
Welcome to Lake Carroll Golf Course, your number one option for a round of golf in Lanark, Illinois. We are truly one of the Midwest's great hidden golf gems, as well as the finest ocourse in Northwestern Illinois. We are located a peaceful and scenic drive away from Cedar Rapids, Rockford, and the Chicagoland area. You will love the high quality of great golf you find here at Lake Carroll Golf Course!
Westlake Village Golf Course is a prime public golf course in the Rockford Illinois area. The course is situated on 190 rolling acres just west of Rockford in the Westlake Village Subdivision. Westlake Village Golf Course offers some of the areas best golf with challenging par 3's and demanding par 5's.