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ARTSY Arts & Crafts Exhibit
ARTSY is a free admission, one-day arts and crafts exhibit at Edgebrook Shops supporting local artisans and crafters in our community. The ARTSY Arts & Crafts Event features over 50 talented vendors, live art demonstrations, live music, children’s crafts, and more. Plus, for the third consecutive year, we welcome members of the Rockford Etsy Group as featured vendors. In addition to the event, all Edgebrook merchants and eateries will have normal business hours for your shopping and dining pleasure.
Young at Heart Festival - Loves Park
Bring the whole family to the 43rd Young at Heart Festival. Events during the weekend include live music, a beer garden, carnival rides, kids' activities and food concessions. Located on the ground of Loves Park City Hall.
CITY: Loves Park
Spring Pec Thing Antique & Flea Market - Winnebago County Fairgrounds
The 35th Semi-Annual "Pec Thin" Antique & Flea Market Spring show has over 500 vendors selling everything from antiques and collectibles to crafts and home good items. Vendors occupy over 100,000 square feet inside and over 40-acres outside. Parking is free. Concessions will be available. No pets are allowed.
A Change Through Time: A Photographic Exhibit of Tinker Swiss Cottage
This exhibit focuses on the changes to the Cottage and the landscape from the first recorded photographs ever taken of Robert Tinker’s property to the last photographs taken by the Tinker family. The tour focuses on the five main areas of the Tinker Estate: the main drive, the formal gardens, the working farm, and the bridge view. Captured in the timeless photographs is a remarkable visual history of the 150 years of change to the Tinker Estate.
Lancer Twilight Classic
March 20, LANCER TWILIGHT CLASSIC. Immanuel Lutheran School, Freeport, IL. Join in this 3K run and walk through Freeport’s west side starting and finishing at Immanuel Lutheran School. Awards, food and drawstring backpacks. 6:30 pm. Cost:$14.
The Fine Arts/Theatre Dept. at Highland Community College"Over the Tavern"
Mar. 26th, 27th, 28th: The Fine Arts/Theatre Department at Highland Community College will be performing Over the Tavern at 7:30 p.m. in the Ferguson Fine Arts Theatre on the Highland Community College Campus. Tickets are $10 Adult, $8 Senior, $6 Student. The play is set in the Eisenhower years of the 1950s. The Pazinski family has a lot going on in their cramped Buffalo apartment. This is a hilarious and touching depiction of 1959 Americana.