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Elgin Symphony to host 'Hidden Treasure' auction April 29
Submitted by Elgin Symphony Orchestra
Apr 18, 2018 6:19 PM
The Elgin Symphony Orchestra invites the community to join in its "Hidden Treasure" auction and fundraiser on Sunday, April 29, at the St. Charles Country Club.
Local organizations come together to preserve Batavia's rich history
Submitted by Batavia Historical Society
Apr 18, 2018 2:21 PM
Batavia is home to many organizations that are dedicated to preserving and celebrating the unique qualities of the city and are working together to bring an amazing week of preservation-minded events to the public April 22-28.
Can't visit the library? Let the library visit you
By Dave Heun
Apr 17, 2018 4:42 PM
For those who have trouble getting out, the St. Charles Public Library Outreach Program comes in handy. The program has been in place for 45 years and essentially does what the title says -- brings the library out to the community.
Why new gun control walkouts are drawing mixed responses from schools
By Marie Wilson
Apr 18, 2018 5:03 PM
As students plan to join an upcoming national walkout to protest gun violence, administrators are responding with different levels of support.
1 North Washington plan changes up for review
By Susan Sarkauskas
Apr 17, 2018 4:44 PM
The One North Washington apartment plan is back before the Batavia Plan Commission
No auditions needed to join Fox Valley Orchestra Chorus' 'Beer Choir' April 21
Submitted by Fox Valley Orchestra
Apr 17, 2018 11:23 AM
The Fox Valley Orchestra Chorus will hold Aurora's first Beer Choir Saturday, April 21.What is Beer Choir? Just what it sounds like, a choir that sings and drinks beer! But you don't have to audition and there are no rehearsals. You don't even have to buy a ticket.
Batavia Kiwanis Club to host spaghetti dinner
Submitted by Batavia Kiwanis Club
Apr 16, 2018 1:03 PM
The Batavia Kiwanis Club is will host its 32nd annual spaghetti dinner on Thursday, April 19, at Riverview Banquets in Batavia.
Plenty of animals are on the list of local endangered species
By Valerie Blaine
Apr 16, 2018 6:00 AM
Rusty-patched bumblebees and short-eared owls might not be as exciting as a Siberian tiger or white rhinoceros, but they're local endangered species, and if we don't help them, we might not have them around anymore.
St. Charles Arts Council to open new pop-up galleries during Arts Ramble
Submitted by St. Charles Arts Council
Apr 17, 2018 1:51 PM
The St. Charles Arts Council will open two new pop-up galleries, both featured events of the Fox River Arts Ramble.
Learn to play dulcimers at Garfield Farm Museum April 22
Submitted by Garfield Farm Museum
Apr 17, 2018 10:41 AM
Garfield Farm Museum in Campton Hills will host a basic mountain and hammered dulcimer workshops on Sunday, April 22, with Dona Benkert, a staff member at Old Town School of Folk Music.
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