Harvest moon, autumn breezes, grinning pumpkins, witches hats, and spooky trees are upon us. Are you looking for an alternative to trick or treating on Halloween? Do you want your children to participate in a safe Halloween activity without the gore and violence?
DRob Halvax and Cliff Oleson from Open Roads ABATE of IL, Inc. attended a special celebration pinning to honor senior DeKalb County Veterans sponsored by Heartland Hospice and Club 55 on September 25. Tony Berg was honored for serving in WWII and celebrated his 100th birthday.
The Church of the Good Shepherd will be holding its Craft Bazaar on Saturday, October 20th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.
All are invited to attend the event.
The bazaar will offer beautiful hand-made items, along with a variety of delicious, home-made baked goodies.
Yorkville, Sandwich, Oswego, Somonauk, Plano, Big Rock, Sugar Grove, Bristol, Leland, and Sheridan
There are so many restaurants in the Fox Valley Area that no one need go hungry. However, if you are looking for Thai food, you don’t have many options. Within 20 miles there are a couple in Aurora (one on the east end, one on the west end), one in Oswego, several in Naperville,...
Dedication and ribbon-cutting to be followed by public tours of new facility
The public is invited. The new headquarters, located at 3355 Woolley Road, will be unveiled to the public during a dedication ceremony at 3pm...
Fox Valley Older Adult Services and Family Service Agency Youth Mentoring have an exciting partnership program that could be just right for you. You don’t need to have all the time in the world or all the answers. Interested in being a mentor?
The Fox River is one of the largest watersheds in the region and its importance as a natural and cultural feature to the region will be the topic of the program, “Why We Need The Fox River,” on Thursday, October 18 at 7 p.m. at the Tapper Recital Hall at Aurora University.
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Thanksgiving is a time for families to gather together in thankfulness for our many blessings. But there are those in the Fox Valley area who have no families, no reason to hope and no blessings. Wayside Cross in Aurora will provide a complete holiday meal for the less fortunate for the meager cost of $2.25!
All are invited. The event times are from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. both days. Admission is $4.00 per person, Children under 2 are free (Sorry No Credit or Debit Cards Accepted).
There will be fun, old fashioned...
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