MASS recognizes volunteers at annual luncheon

Last year, 113 volunteers donated 1,589.25 hours of service to the Mendota Area Senior Services (MASS).

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Klover to turn 80

Deanna Childers Klover, formerly of Mendota, will be celebrating her 80th birthday on Sunday, Feb. 18.

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Robert Louis Stevenson: Myths Revealed presented at library

Storyteller and writer, Tricia Kelly, will present “Robert Louis Stevenson: Myths Revealed,” at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22 at Graves-Hume Public Library.

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Blackstone Principal Awards 2-7-18

The January Principal Award pizza lunch was held Feb. 2 at Blackstone School.

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Local author to sign newly released book

Join the Canal Corridor Association on Saturday, Feb. 24 from 12–2 p.m. for a book signing with local author Jeanne Roppolo for her newly published book “Grandma Goes to New Zealand & Australia” at the Lock 16 Café & Visitor Center.

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Curious George comes to life for Discovery Center exhibition, “Let’s Get Curious”

The insatiable curiosity of Curious George – the little monkey who has captured the imagination and hearts of millions of children and adults for more than 75 years – comes to life at Discovery Center Museum.

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Here’s what is happening in the children’s department at Graves-Hume Public Library 1-31-18

The Graves-Hume Public Library will be hosting the following children’s activities during the month of February.

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Additional Articles

  • Starved Rock Lodge offers special events in February

    Starved Rock Lodge in Utica offers theater and special events throughout Februrary.

  • Farmer’s Share 50 cent breakfast

    The Lee County Farm Bureau will host their annual Farmer’s Share Breakfast on Saturday, Feb. 24 at the Loveland Community Building in Dixon.

  • NIU hosts community college art exhibition Feb 9-23

    Northern Illinois University’s School of Art and Design is presenting an exhibition of artwork by Illinois community college students. This show will run from Feb. 9-23 and features the professional artwork of community college art faculty and a juried competition of community college student artwork.

  • NIU announces spring music events

    From live theater to art exhibitions and artists’ lectures to a wide variety of musical styles, Northern Illinois University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts offers something for everyone this spring.