Memorial Day marks the 100th anniversary of America’s first key battle of WWI; Commemoration activities for all ages planned at Cantigny Park.
On Sunday, May 20th at 7 pm, Waterline Writers presents Let The Blues Be Your Muse!, featuring writers and musicians. The event will be held in the art gallery at Water Street Studios.
Guy J. Bellaver’s sculpture of the bust of William Dennison Cary, the Founder of Cary, Illinois, will be unveiled and dedicated in Cary’s Jaycee Park on Sunday, May 20.
Once again thousands of creative and beautiful pieces of artwork will grace the downtown district when the St. Charles Fine Art Show returns to town Memorial Day Weekend.
First ESO performances of Bernstein’s Candide Suite May 5 & 6. Free Bernstein Birthday Bash & West Side Story Screening at Gail Borden Public Library May 1.
The Aurora Regional Fire Museum will host the event from 9 to 10:30am on Tues,, May 8. The discussions will touch on a variety of issues surrounding the role that institutions, businesses, and restaurants play in creating a more unified community.
Several free ESO events are planned the week of May 1. Fundraising continues for 2018-19 Season.
The 67-year-old cultural gem of the western suburbs is in imminent danger of having to suspend operations indefinitely due to lack of funding.
Featured authors include John Arends, David W. Berner, Christopher Kuhl, Donna Pucciani and Frank Rutledge.
The afternoon features brunch, live music, silent and live auctions, raffles and other surprises.