Lewis University and the Gaylord Building Historic Site invite you to a symposium marking the 175th anniversary of the Illinois & Michigan Canal - part of a year-long series of events held along the 96 miles of the nation's first National Heritage Area. This event is free
The Annual Prairie Day celebrates the prairie environment at the Goose Lake Prairie State Natural Area. Enjoy the butterfly barn, the picnic areas and play yards. Walk the trails and look into the Cragg Cabin.
The Burgoo Festival is an annual village street party featuring flea marketers, craftsmen, musicians, and other entertainment. More than 350 vendors will present their wares at this craft show and flea market. Established in 1969, the Burgoo Festival is one of the longest running and largest fall
The Canal Corridor Association will host an Illinois Humanities Road Scholars Speakers Bureau presentation entitled “Singing Bird and the Importance of Native American Women in Illinois History” by Kim Sigafus. Dressed in her native regalia, Kim will be giving a history of the natives in Illinois