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September 2016 Events

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Sept 1
Faculty Art Exhibition Opening Reception (5-7pm, Giertz Gallery, Parkland College, CHAMPAIGN)
Works by 14 artists; gallery talk at 6pm by Denise Seif, music at reception by the Sam Peters Trio. An annual showcase of art created by faculty, the exhibition runs through Sept. 17 and features sculpture, painting, drawing, printmaking, video, photography, metals, ceramics, and graphic design. Exhibiting faculty members include Louis Ballard, Chris Berti, Lisa Costello, Bryan Heaton, Melinda McIntosh, Laura O’Donnell, Denise Seif, Peggy Shaw, Sheila Schneider, Joan Stolz, Matthew Watt, Kelly White, Liza Wynette, and Paul Young.
The Art and Design Faculty Exhibition and reception are free and open to the public.
To find the gallery when classes are in session, we suggest using the M6 parking lot on the north corner of the campus. Enter through door X-7, turn left, and follow the ramps uphill to the highest point of the first floor, where the gallery is located. The gallery windows overlook the outdoor fountain area.

Sept 1
Nonprofit Excellence Training Series (Times vary, SPRINGFIELD)
Just $29 per class. Sign up via 217-786-2432 or Jamie.stout@llcc.edu
Awesome Fundraising Letters, 12:30 p.m., Lincoln Land Community College, Springfield
Amazing Special Events 3:00 p.m., Lincoln Land Community College, Springfield

Sept 1
Five Star Brass (12:00 - 1:00pm; Old State Capitol Plaza, between 5th & 6th streets at Adams, SPRINGFIELD)
US Army band performs popular selections during outdoor concert produced by the Springfield Area Arts Council. springfieldartsco.org; 217-753-3519

Sept 2
Childhood Exhibit in the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library

Free; 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Sept 2 - 4
Godspell (8:00pm Friday & Saturday, 2:00pm Sunday; Hoogland Center for the Arts, 420 S. Sixth St., SPRINGFIELD) 2012 iteration of the iconic musical based on the Gospel. Featuring updated musical score. $18, $20. hctfa.org; 217-523-2787

Sept 3
Labor Day Sidewalk Sale (11:00am - 4:00pm; Petco, 2721 S Veterans Parkway, SPRINGFIELD)
Benld Adopt-A-Pet, a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter, will hold a Labor Day Sidewalk Sale in conjunction with it’s regularly scheduled Pet Adoption. All of our cats and dogs are spayed/neutered, micro-chipped and up to date on shots. We will have a variety of merchandise available, including t-shirts, sweat shirts, hoodies, hand made pet blankets and bandanas, gift baskets, grab bags and more. We will also be selling raffle tickets for a handmade quilt donated by the family of the late Katherine Richards, and there will be food and soft drinks available. For more information please call 217,494.4927 or 217.891.0502 or visit our website at www.benldadoptapet.org .

Sept 3
Short Track TT Motorcycle Races (Illinois State Fairgrounds, 801 Sangamon Ave., SPRINGFIELD)
World's premier dirt track motorcycle racing series. springfieldmile.org; 217-632-0277

Sept 3
Springfield Oyster and Beer Festival (12:00 - 5:00pm; The Inn at 835; 835 S. 2nd St., SPRINGFIELD)
100+ varieties of craft beer and cider, fresh oysters, offerings from several food vendors, live bands, more. $20 advance, $25 day of. sobfestival.com; 217-523-4466

Sept 3, 4, 5
Arthur 3RD SATURDAY MARKET will be open for the Arthur CHEESE FESTIVAL (Moultrie-Douglas County Fairgrounds, RT 133 and Vine St., ARTHUR)
This is an exciting time for the 3rd Saturday Market. More vendors both indoors and outdoors. This is a monthly event. The hours will be from 8 am to 4 pm. There is off street parking available on the Fairgrounds.
The New 3rd Saturday Market is an indoor/outdoor market filled with creative crafts, Amish goods, antiques and unique finds.
This is just the start of something great. Come be a part of it and grow with us!! Stop by and see us!!!!!
Contact: Dale Bissonett, 217-254-5010, dbissonett@gmail.com

Sept 3-5
18th Annual Prairieland Chautauqua (4:00pm; First Christian Church, 2106 S. Main St., JACKSONVILLE)
Modeled after traditional Chautauquas. Includes musical shows, storytellers, communal suppers and evenings with reenactors representing famous Americans, A fun, educational family event. Free. jacksonvilleil.org; 217-243-6445

Sept 3-5
Greenview Labor Day Celebration (GREENVIEW)
Family-friendly celebration features 5K race, bags tournament, craft sale, annual parade, Route 97 Crusaders Car Show, food, entertainment, live music, kids' activities, more. Free. 217-414-4366

Sept 4
DeWitt County Farm Crawl (10am - 5pm; Triple M Farm: Mariah's Mums and More, 16727 Airport Rd., CLINTON)
Spend 30-60 minutes on tours and activities at each of three family farms in DeWitt County. 2-10 minutes of drive time time between each farm. dewittcountyfarmcrawl.com; 217-898-0706

Sept 4
Thresherman's Parade (1:15pm; Mill St and Main St., PONTIAC)
Celebrating more than 55 years, more than 140 units participate in the parade from South Shore Drill Team to the DEPT OF THE NAVY. Other bands include the the Township HS Marching Band, Pontiac Municipal Band, and the Flanagan-Cornell Band. Several local Shriner clubs come with their little cars and there will be lots of tractors spanning more than a 100 years.

Sept 4
Springfield Mile (Illinois State Fairgrounds, 801 Sangamon Ave., SPRINGFIELD)
Motorcycles race over a 1-mile oval track. $30 advance, $40 race week. springfieldmile.org; 217-632-0277

Sept 4
Pet Adoption (12-4pm; PetSmart, 1570 W US Highway 50, O'FALLON)
Benld Adopt-A-Pet, a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter, will hold a Pet Adoption. All of our pets are spayed/neutered, micro-chipped and up to date on shots. For more information please call 217.835.2538 or visit our website at www.benldadoptapet.org .

Sept 7
Pizza Preschool (10:00am; 233 S. State St., Westville Public Library)
We will read pizza themed books and create a paper pizza to take home. Be sure to call the library at 267-3170 to register for this fun program.

Sept 7
Wednesday Afternoon at the Movies (2:00pm; 233 S. State St., Westville Public Library)
The feature will be a classic comedy featuring Cary Grant, Priscilla Lane and Raymond Massey. This 1944 film is about Mortimer Brewster. He is a newspaperman and author known for his condemnation against marriage. He finally gets married himself and wants to make a quick trip home to tell his two maiden aunts. While trying to break the news, he finds out his aunts' hobby; killing lonely old men and burying them in the cellar. This is a combination of a madcap and a screwball comedy. Be sure to call the library at 267-3170 to reserve your seat for this wonderful movie. You may also stop in the library at 233 S. State Street.

Sept 8
Nonprofit Excellence Training Series (Times vary, SPRINGFIELD)
Just $29 per class. Sign up via 217-786-2432 or Jamie.stout@llcc.edu
Does Your Website Make the Grade? - 12:30 p.m., Lincoln Land Community College, Springfield
Making Facebook Really Work for your Nonprofit - 3:00 p.m., Lincoln Land Community College, Springfield

Sept 8
New Berlin Farmers Market (4:00 - 7:00pm; Wabash Park, NEW BERLIN)
Second and fourth Thursday of each month from May through October 13. Free admission. nbacdl.org

Sept 8
Tail Waggin' Tales (3:15pm; Westville Public Library, WESTVILLE)
Children are invited to come and read to the animal of the day! Please call the library at 267-3170 for more information.

Sept 9
Truth Telling (3:00pm; UIS Brookens Auditorium, One University Plaza, SPRINGFIELD)
Dr. David Ragland shares motivation, history and successes of the Truth Telling Project and presents documentary footage of testimonials from Ferguson. Free. uis.edu/speakerseries; 217-206-6073

Sept 9
2nd Annual Fall Fashion Show (7:00 - 8:00pm; Studio on 6th, 215 S. Sixth St., SPRINGFIELD)
Hosted by Studio on 6th and the Itty Bitty Fashion Truck. Free. 217-494-4134

Sept 9,10
Crafter Treasure Sale (4:00 - 8:00pm Friday, 8:00am - 2:00pm Saturday, Springfield Ceramics and Crafts Club, 2626 S. Pasfield St., SPRINGFIELD)
Sale of materials and tools used in crafts. Free.

Sept 9, 10
Bluegrass Music (6:00pm - 10:00pm; Lincoln's New Salem State Historic Site, 15588 History Lane, PETERSBURG)
Bluegrass musicians play live in the outdoor theater. Traditional, folk and bluegrass musicians invited to participate. lincolnsnewsalem.com; 217-632-4000

Sept 9-11
43rd Annual Oktoberfest (6pm; HAVANA)

6:00 PM Parade “Community Volunteerism” The parade starts at the corner Pearl and Jefferson.
8:00 PM Musical entertainment kicks off with Wood “N” Nickel Society.
Saturday, September 10th: 7:00am Polka Pace Race Registration/ 8:00am Polka Pace Race / 8:30am Polka Dot Race / Noon – Completion - Bags Tournament / 1:00 – 4:00 -Eddie Korosa and the Boys from Illinois / 4:00 – 6:00- Stein Holding Competition, Sponsored by Havana Jaycees / 4:00 – 8:00 -Wheel House/ 8:00 – Midnight - Stone Cold Cowboys
Sunday, September 11th: 1:00 – 3:00 “Havana’s Got Talent” followed by open mike / 3:00 – 5:00 Two Row Barley Band

Sept 10
Annual Fall Festival and BBQ (10:00am - 4:00pm; Woodlawn Farm, Old Route 36, three miles east of Jacksonville)
Historic Woodlawn Farm, Underground Railroad site. Fall Festival and BBQ. Adults $6, students $4, free to ages 5 and under.

Sept 10
Trivia Night (6:00pm, Concordia Hall, 729 S Union St., STAUNTON)
Benld Adopt-A-Pet, a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter, will hold their Annual Trivia Night. Doors open at 6 p.m., contest begins at 6:30 p.m. Cash Prizes, Silent Auction, Attendance Prizes and Quilt Raffle. Tickets $15 per person. For Reservations, please call Phil or Connie Cavoretto at 217.835.2017. All proceeds to benefit Benld Adopt-A-Pet.

Sept 10
PAWS AND REMEMBER - Pet Memorial Event (10:00am, Roselawn Pet Cemetery at Roselawn Memorial Park, 1735 S. Camp Butler Rd., SPRINGFIELD)
• Brief Pet Remembrance Ceremony (10:00 AM) Certified Celebrant, Judy Woerner
• Blessing of the Pets (10:15 AM) *bring your pets! Rev. David Byer
• Animal Protective League Mobile Adoption Unit--Meet adoptable cats and dogs; and learn more about APL
• K-9 Unit Demonstrations
• Meet "Pearl" -- the Butler Family Grief Therapy Dog
• Children's Activities -- Clowns, balloon animals, face painting, crafts/games
• Refreshments Provided
The event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call the Roselawn Memorial Park office at 217-525-1661.

Sept 10, 11
Annual Prairie Days (10:00am - 4:00pm; Christian County Historical Society, TAYLORVILLE)
We will be providing tours of our historic village, vendors will be selling homemade items, we will have live music and guest speakers throughout both days, crafts and games for kids, petting zoo, and much more! An historic interpreter Civil War chaplain will be conducting a prayer service at 10:00 Sunday morning, September 11th.
www.christiancountyhistorical.com Click here to visit: Facebook page.

Sept 10, 11
Charity Event at Hall's Harley-Davidson and Ride to Remember 9/11 Parade (Saturday 12:00 - 4:00pm; Sunday, 9:00am, Hall's Harley Davidson)

Live & Silent Auction | Live Band | Food | Beverages | Prizes & Giveaways | 9/11 Gear Available for purchase | All of the proceeds benefit local First Responders & Veterans
Line-up at Hall's Harley Davidson at 9AM Sunday. Procession leaves at 10am for the 9/11 Memorial Site on State Capitol Grounds | Memorial Service at 10:30am
hallsh-d.com/Ride_to_Remember_9-11

Sept 10, 11
Art Spectacular at the Carillon (10am - 5pm Saturday, 10am-4pm Sunday; Washington Park Botanical Garden, 1740 W. Fayette Ave., SPRINGFIELD)
Ranked in "Best 100 Art Shows in the Country" by Sunshine Artist magazine. 50 professional artists with artwork in a variety of mediums. Music, food, more. Free. Kid's Place $1.25 per child. carillon-rees.org; 217-787-3532

Sept 10
Motorcycle Show (12:00 - 4:00pm, Capital City Motosports, 2756 S 6th St., SPRINGFIELD)
All bikes welcome! For more info/details on the show and entry fees, go to VIRMC.com or call Braden Powell at 217-652-1419
Registration 10a,-2pm. All profits go to St. John's Hospice.

Sept 10
SPRINGFIELD OUT OF THE DARKNESS COMMUNITY WALK (Check-in/Registration @ 1pm | Walk Starts @ 2pm; Hope Pavilion at Southwind Park, 4965 S 2nd St, SPRINGFIELD)
– Join hundreds of people from Springfield and surrounding communities to raise awareness and funds that will save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide. Registration and Information at: www.SpringfieldWalk.org

Sept 10
Comedy Hypnotist Jeff Harpring (7:00pm; Hoogland Center for the Arts, 420 S. 6th St., SPRINGFIELD)
Show features comedy hypnotist Jeff Harpring and comedy juggler Troy Roark. Volunteer audience members experience hypnosis and star in the show. $15.

Sept 10
Family Day (11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.; ALPLM, SPRINGFIELD)
Join us on the tenth of each month for family friendly fun. Visit our website to learn more about this month’s theme.

Sept 10
Presley, Perkins, Lewis and Cash (7:30pm; Kirkland Fine Arts Center, 1184 W. Main St., DECATUR)
Tribute concert to legendary rock and roll artists. $20-35 adults, $5 school-age kids. kirklandfinearts.com; 217-424-6318

Sept 10
Tradition Music Festival (10:00am - 4:00pm; Lincoln's New Salem Historic Site, 15588 History Lane, PETERSBURG)
Midwest performers entertain on instruments such as mountain dulcimers, bones, autoharps, fiddles, banjos and guitars. lincolnsnewsalem.com; 217-632-4000

Sept 10
Jesusfest 6 (4:00pm - 7:00pm; Rock and Roll Hardee's Bandshell, 2501 Stevenson Dr., SPRINGFIELD)
FREE; Featuring local musicians and the Mighty Crush3 Power Team!

Sept 11
Fried Chicken Dinner (11:00am - 2:00pm; Resurrection Parish of Illiopolis, 410 Anne Street, ILLIOPOLIS)
Fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, sliced garden tomatoes, bread and butter, iced tea, coffee, and choice of homemade pie or cake will be served in the air-conditioned parish hall. The price of the meal is $5 for children 5-10. Those under 5 are free. And $9 for adult dinners.
For carryout service, enter through alley off 4th St and exit onto 5th St.
A raffle drawing featuring $1000 in cash prizes will take place at 2:00pm (winners need not be present). The event will also include a Country Store with baked goods and craft items, holiday quilts.
For more information, call Sister Phyllis Schenk at 486-3851.

Sept 11
44th Annual Capital City Century (7am - 5pm; SPRINGFIELD)
Distance options of 10-125 miles across flat to slightly rolling terrain. Food stops, SAG service, post-ride party at Knights of Columbus 364, 2200 S. Meadowbrook Rd. Register spfldcycling.org or call 217-899-9175

Sept 11
Fall Farm Day (1:00 - 5:00pm; Gail's Pumpkin Patch, 1709 2000th Ave., BEASON)
Pumpkin and face painting, farm tours, crafts, popcorn wagon rides, Beason Fire Truck. Free. gailspumpkinpatch.com

Sept 11
Classic Nashville Roadshow (3:00pm; Hoogland Center for the Arts, 420 S. 6th St., SPRINGFIELD)
Jason Petty and Katie Deal perform renowned duets, poignant tunes and classic hits honoring the world's most beloved country greats such as Dolly, Hank, Patsy and more. $28-32. hctfa.org, 523-2787

Sept 11
Pet Adoption (12:00pm - 4:00pm; Petco, 2721 S Veterans Parkway, SPRINGFIELD)
Benld Adopt-A-Pet, a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter, will hold a Pet Adoption. All of our pets are spayed/neutered, micro-chipped and up to date on shots. For more information call 217.835.2538 or visit our website at www.benldadoptapet.org .

Sept 11, 18, 25
Leaf ID Hikes (1:30 - 3:00pm; Lincoln Memorial Garden, 2301 E. Lake Shore Drive, SPRINGFIELD)
Garden naturalists identify and distribute leaves of at least 25 tree species. Hikes geared toward students with leaf collection projects. $5 per person; free to members. Reservations: lincolnmemorialgarden.org

Sept 12
Artsy Tot Time (9:00am - 10:00am; Twisted Deli, 330 S. Grand Ave., SPRINGFIELD)
$5, drink coffee while little ones make art. Each hosted by Our Vibrant Community; no registration needed, questions to rhiannon@ourvibrantcommunity.com (FUTURE DATES: Oct 18, Nov. 7)

Sept 12
Kids Klub - Explore the Aquarium (6:00pm; SCHEELS, SPRINGFIELD)
Join us at SCHEELS Kids Klub as we explore the SCHEELS Aquarium. Atkins Aquatics will be here to inform us about SCHEELS 16,000 gallon Salt Water Aquarium and our fun Fish Friends who live there. We will have an aquatic themed snack and everyone will get a FREE ride on the Ferris Wheel. Register to WIN fun prizes! http://experience.scheels.com/event/kids-klub-experience-the-scheels-aquarium/

Sept 13
Nonprofit Excellence Training Series (Times vary, SPRINGFIELD)
Just $29 per class. Sign up via 217-786-2432 or Jamie.stout@llcc.edu
Evaluating & Measuring What Matters -9:30 a.m., Scovill Zoo Shilling Environmental Education Center, Decatur
Using Metrics & Stats to Tell your Story - 12:30 p.m., Scovill Zoo Shilling Environmental Education Center, Decatur

Sept 13-17
Tuskagee Airmen 'Rise Above' (Abraham Lincoln Capitol Airport, 1200 Capitol Airport Dr., SPRINGFIELD)
Traveling exhibit features a 160-degree panoramic movie screen housed in a 53-foot semi-trailer showing the film 'Rise Above' about the WWII's Tuskagee Airmen. flyspi.com or call 217-788-9200.

Sept 13 - April 2
Exhibit: Medieval Irish Masterpieces in Modern Reproduction (Spurlock Museum, 600 South Gregory, URBANA)
Hours: Tues: 12 - 5; Wed-Fri: 9 - 5; Sat: 10 - 4; Sun: 1 - 4; closed Mondays
In 1916, the UIUC Museum of European History acquired a remarkable set of high-quality reproductions of major monuments of early Irish metalwork art, including the Tara Brooch, Ardagh Chalice, the Cross of Cong, and the shrine of St. Lachtin's arm. These superb pieces were part of a larger collection created in very small numbers by the Dublin jeweler Edmond Johnson for the Chicago World's Fair in 1893. They are important not only as museum-quality reproductions but also in their own right as specimens of the art of the Celtic Revival and of modern "medievalism." In this exhibit, many pieces of this collection will be displayed alongside nineteenth- and twentieth-century facsimiles of illuminated Irish vernacular and Latin manuscripts on loan from the UIUC Library—works that have been fundamental to scholarship on medieval Irish studies in the past century and a half. Free admission. Contact: Kim Sheahan at ksheahan.illinois.edu or (217) 244-3355.

Sept 14
Carter-Waters Construction Materials Grand Opening in Springfield, IL (11:00 am to 3:00 pm, 2785 South 11th St., SPRINGFIELD)
Carter-Waters, a construction materials distributor, will be celebrating the grand opening of their 20th branch location with the addition of the Springfield, IL store. We will be serving great food, giving away awesome door prizes, and providing multiple manufactures for your product questions. Manufacturers will have representatives on hand showcasing new products and offering demonstrations. Mention you saw this ad on the news and receive a FREE hat!

Sept 14
Senior Fair (10:00am - 12:00pm, Decatur Macon County Senior Center, 1430 N. 22nd St., DECATUR)

-Discounted health screenings for blood pressure, cholesterol, blood glucose and pulmonary testing.
-Updated information for seniors from the IL SOS and IDVA.
-Info about community services and programs from the East Central Illinois Area Agency on Aging
-Additional representatives available from the Citizens Utility Board, Dove Inc., Decatur Memorial Hospital, Macon Co. Health Dept., and St. Mary's Hospital

Sept 15
BEST (Becoming Empowered and Successful Teens) and Parent TRansition Support Group (6:00 - 7:30pm, SCIL)
Call Carolyn at 217-523-2587 with questions.

Sept 15
Hispanic Americans (7pm; UIS Brookens Auditorium, One University Plaza, SPRINGFIELD)
Talk led by Reggie Koch, managing partner of Koch Law Firm, highlights societal and legal institutional challenges faced today by Hispanic Americans. Free. uis.edu/speakerseries, or call 1-217-206-6073

Sept 15
Fall Volunteer Naturalist Training (9am - 12pm; Lincoln Memorial Garden, 2301 E. Lake Shore Dr., SPRINGFIELD)
Seasoned and new volunteers learn tips and tricks for leading hikes and sharpen their natural history knowledge. Free. lincolnmemorialgarden.org, call 1-217-529-1111

Sept 15
Grapes and Gourds (6:00 - 8:00pm; It's All About Wine, 1305 Wabash Ave., SPRINGFIELD)
Create a handcrafted gourd birdhouse. $25 includes glass of wine, supplies and instruction. Registration: lincolnmemorialgarden.org; 217-529-1111

Sept 15 - 18
Disney on Ice: Dare to Dream (7pm Thu-Fri; 11am, 3pm, 7pm Sat; 1pm, 5pm Sun; Prairie Capitol Convention Center, 1 Convention Center Plaza, SPRINGFIELD)
Hosts Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse share the heroic stories of Rapunzel, Snow White, Princess Tiana and Cinderella. $17-45. springfieldpc3.com or 1-800-745-3000

Sept 16, 17
SCHEELS Federal Ammunition Hunting Expo (9am - 5pm; SCHEELS, SPRINGFIELD)
Don’t miss the 6th Annual SCHEELS Federal Premium Ammunition Hunt Expo! Come out and experience a variety of Hunting and Dog related vendors. Product Demos throughout the weekend. Family Friendly event with a Kids Activity Area. Great Hot Buy Specials throughout the event!
Register to Win! ~ $500 SCHEELS Gift Card ~ 1 of 4 $250 Under Armour Gift Cards ~ Plano Prize Pack ~ Mud River Stainless Steel Pet Bowls ~ Real Avid Gun Tool Pro and Magnetic Bore Light ~ Nikon Prostaff 3i Rangefinder ~ Browning A5 A-TACS AU Shotgun ~ Browning HC Speed Clothing Top ~ Absolute Outdoors ArcticShield Camo Kennel Cover, ArcticShield Elite Parka and Bib
FREE 3D Archery Shoot sponsored by Panther Creek Bowhunters Club on Saturday, September 17 from 8AM – 1PM
Be sure to check out the Dock Dogs Jumping Competition during the event.
http://experience.scheels.com/event/6th-annual-scheels-federal-premium-ammunition-hunt-expo/

Sept 17
Singin’ In the Tabernacle” featuring The Chosen Ones, The Lester’s and Final Authority. (10:00 - 3:30; Cowden Free Methodist Campground, 174 N. 1550 East Rd., BEECHER CITY)
Lunch available. For ticket info call 217-433-1014.

Sept 17
Transplant Services 5K Run/Walk (8:00am - 12:00pm; Washington Park, 1501 S. Grand Ave., SPRINGFIELD)
Registration at 8, race at 9. Advance: $25, $15. Day of: $30, $20. Registration: memorialmedical.com; 217-757-7835

Sept 17
Pet Adoption (12:00pm - 4:00pm; PetSmart, 3183 S Veterans Parkway, SPRINGFIELD)
Benld Adopt-A-Pet, a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter, will hold a Pet Adoption. All of our pets are spayed/neutered, micro-chipped and up to date on shots. For more information call 217.835.2538 or visit our website at www.benldadoptapet.org .

Sept 17
SCHEELS FREE 3D Archery Shoot (8:00am - 1:00pm; SCHEELS, Springfield)
Bring your Bow and join SCHEELS and Panther Creek Bowhunters for a FREE 10 Target 3D Archery Shoot during SCHEELS 2016 Hunt Expo. Prizes will be awarded for 1st & 2nd Place in Men’s, Women’s, Youth, Cub and Traditional Categories. Enter your Score Card for a chance to WIN a $100 SCHEELS Gift Card! Hit the BONUS target and try and WIN a $50 SCHEELS Gift Card! This is a FIELD POINT ONLY shoot and NO BROADHEADS will be allowed. http://experience.scheels.com/event/scheels-hunt-expo-3d-archery-shoot/

Sept 17
2016 Cruise Night and Car Show (9am - 10pm; Jacksonville Community Park, 1201 S. Main, JACKSONVILLE)
Car show in Community Park 9am - 3pm. Cruise begins at 5pm, cruising from Main St. to Lincoln Ave.. Free. jacksonvilleil.org; 217-243-5678

Sept 17
CRAFT AND VENDOR FAIR (8:00am - 3:00pm; First Presbyterian Church, 107 E. North St., MORRISONVILLE)

Vendors include Tupperware, Mary Kay, Scentsy and more
Crafts include wood carvings, knitted and crocheted items. quilts, jewelry, dream catchers, collectibles, and more
Lunch available
Bake Sale

Sept 17
Anchor Boat Club's 5th Annual Rib, Chicken and Bloody-Mary Throwdown! (11:00am - 11:00pm; 407 East Lake Shore Drive, SPRINGFIELD)
Cash prizes awarded! Max 40 entries. Charcoal or wood only! Chicken judging at 12:00pm; Ribs at 5:00pm.
$2 beers / $3 mixes. $10 plate includes 4 bones / 2 sides w/ 1 drink ticket. Sand volleyball, bags, and bocce ball day & night tournaments.
Live DJ All Day & Night.
You can register online at http://www.anchorboatclub.net.
For more info, contact: Bags - Anthony 801-0740; Volleyball - Ally 871-9811; Bocce Ball - Jim 553-1844; BBQ & Registration - Rich 341-2203.

Sept 16-18
Dock Dogs Competition (SCHEELS, Springfield)
This is one event you don’t want to miss! Join SCHEELS for the Dock Dogs Competition –The World’s Premier Canine Aquatics Competition!
Pre Register by E-mail: registration@dockdogs.com
For more information: www.dockdogs.com
FREE to spectators
http://experience.scheels.com/event/scheels-outdoor-hunt-expo-dock-dogs-competition/

Sept 16 - Dec 31
“Art in the Atrium” Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Atrium

In collaboration with the Springfield based organization, The Pharmacy group, ALPLM will host a display of original works from local and area artists.
Free; 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Sept 17
Run for the Prairie Race (9am, Centennial Park, SPRINGFIELD)
Registration is open for the inaugural Run for the Prairie Race benefiting The Friends of Sangamon Valley. The 10k and 5k path will loop through the prairie preserve on the far north side of the park. There will be a fun run immediately following the 5k open to family teams. The fun run is open to families with kids of all ages and will be about one mile in length. The Friends of the Sangamon Valley work to preserve and maintain the prairie trails at Centennial Park where the race is being held. They also manage 2000 acres of prairie and woodlands in central Illinois. This land is open to area residents for nature hikes and educational outings. Profits from this race event will be used to continue the work of maintaining our area’s natural heritage.
Runners will have full course support. Registration includes a t-shirt, custom finisher’s medal and a one year membership to The Friends of the Sangamon Valley. Fun run teams will receive a t-shirt, finisher’s ribbon and a family membership.
We also are in need of volunteers! If you would like to join us we have a variety of roles for you to choose from and you will get an event t-shirt.
More details can be found on the website www.fosv.org. Online registration is available at www.getmeregistered.com. Register before August 20th for the best price!
For more information, contact Sarah Jones at fosvrace@outlook.com.

Sept 17
Memorial Transplant Services 5K Run/Walk (8:00am; Washington Park, SPRINGFIELD)
Memorial Transplant Services holds the annual 5K Run/Walk in September to raise funds to benefit our Transplant Patient Assistance Fund. The Transplant Patient Assistance Fund assists patients with:
• Transportation expenses involved with doctor visits
• Lodging needs for patients and their family members during pre-transplant workup, the period immediately following transplant surgery and during periods of treatment for rejection
• Prescription medication costs and/or co-pays
• Funding for other emergent transplant-related issues
This event is a wonderful opportunity for patients and donor families to come together and share their stories. Speaking with others who have experienced the gift of a transplant is very healing for many donor families.
If you have questions or need additional information, please call 217-757-7835 or email danner.sara@mhsil.com.
For more information, call 217-782-0228 or 618-585-4848 or visit SenatorAndyManar.com


Sept 17
35th Anniversary Celebration of Faith and Fellowship (1:30pm; Countryview Christian Church, 19909 Crown Two Mine Road, GIRARD)
Keynote speaker will be President Green of Lincoln Christian University. For more information, contact Pastor Nick Butcher at (217) 965-4938.

Sept 17
“Pets in the White House” – Union Square Park (11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.)
Across from the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum, you can bring your pet(s) to Union Square Park for a fun day of exercise, demonstrations, crafts, treats, and historical discussions. Partnership with the Animal Protective League. Free Event

Sept 17
BBQ Throwdown (11:00am - 11:00pm; Anchor Boat Club, 407 E. Lake Shore Dr., SPRINGFIELD)
Fifth annual rib, chicken and Bloody Mary throwdown. Plus sand volleyball, gas, bocce ball, live DJ and more. anchorboatclub.net or call 217-529-1174

Sept 17
Chatham Jaycees Third Annual Oktoberfest (11am - 12pm; Chatham Town Square, 101 W. Mulberry, CHATHAM)
Beers from Munich, diverse German food menu, kids' games and activities, The Wendell Brothers, Oktoberfest games, more. chathamjaycees.net or call 217-414-9637

Sept 17
Enos Park Home Tour (1:00 - 5:00pm; Edwards Place, Springfield Art Assoc., 700 N 4th St., SPRINGFIELD)
Self-guided tour of historic homes in Springfield's oldest neighborhood. Wine and cheese reception held 4-7pm in Sculpture Garden. $10 epnia.com

Sept 17
Pondicherry Lodge (12pm; Adjoining homes of Betty Washko and Bill & Mary Denham, 36 and 40 Westwood Terrace, SPRINGFIELD)
Sherlock Holmes Society of Central Illinois hosts annual potluck and picnic plus a viewing and discussion of Mr. Holmes. sherlock.lolopop.org, or call 217-546-8387

Sept 17
3RD SATURDAY MARKET (Moultrie-Douglas County Fairgrounds, RT 133 and Vine St., ARTHUR)
The New 3rd Saturday Market is back in Arthur, IL. The Market’s new home is the Moultrie-Douglas County Fairgrounds!! The entrance to the Fairgrounds is at the corner of RT 133 and Vine St. Follow the road in the Fairgrounds to the Merchant Building behind the High School at Jurgens Park.
This is an exciting time for the 3rd Saturday Market. More vendors both indoors and outdoors. This is a monthly event. The hours will be from 8 am to 4 pm. There is off street parking available on the Fairgrounds.
The New 3rd Saturday Market is an indoor/outdoor market filled with creative crafts, Amish goods, antiques and unique finds.
This is just the start of something great. Come be a part of it and grow with us!!
Stop by and see us!!!!!
Contact: Dale Bissonett, 217-254-5010, dbissonett@gmail.com
Future Dates: Oct 15, Nov 19, Dec 17.

Sept 17, 24
Leaf ID and Collection Hikes (10am - 12pm; Washington Park Botanical Garden, 1740 W Fayette Ave., SPRINGFIELD)
Fun, educational way to collect more than 50 leaves. Geared towards school-age children with leaf collection projects. $5 per student. 217-546-4116; springfieldparks.org

Sept 17, 24
Monarchs and Me (10am - 12pm; Lincoln Memorial Garden, 2301 E. Lake Shore Dr., SPRINGFIELD)
Children ages 8-10 learn about the monarch butterfly. Free. Registration required. lincolnmemorialgarden.org, or call 217-529-1111

Sept 17-18
Clayville Fall Festival (9am - 6pm Sat, 10am - 4pm Sun; Clayville, Rt. 125, PLEASANT PLAINS)
Artisan demonstrations, historic building tours, crafts and games for kids, vendors, reenactments, period music, entertainment, food, refreshments. $5 adults, $3 ages 6-12, ages under 6 free. clayville.org

Sept 17, 18, 24-25; Oct 1-2, 8-9
A-Maze-Ing Corn Maze (11am - 6pm Sat, 12-6pm Sun; Auburn United Methodist Church, 14100 State Route 4, AUBURN) 4 acres with miles of paths. $5. auburn-umc.org

Sept 17, 18
Decatur Train Fair (10am - 4pm; 11am - 4pm, Hickory Point Bank Arena at the Decatur Civic Center, DECATUR)
Adults- $4.00 per person, Children: (12 and under) - free with a paying adult
Get your caboose to the Decatur Civic Center for this year’s Septmeber Train Fair which will include swap meets, clinics, and boxcar loads of vendors offering those hard to find rare model train collectables. The September Train Fair is a great time for all ages. www.DecaturCivicCenter.org

Sept 17-18
Edwards Place Fine Art Fair (10am - 5pm Sat, 11am - 4pm Sun; Springfield Art Association, 700 N. 4th St., SPRINGFIELD)
More than 70 regional and national artist booths, live art demonstrations, vendors, live music, more. Free. springfieldart.org

Sept 18
Heads Up Group (for individuals with traumatic brain injuries) (2:00 - 4:00pm; SCIL)
Call Dave at 217-523-2587

Sept 18
Pet Adoption (12:00pm - 4:00pm; Petco, 2721 S Veterans Parkway, SPRINGFIELD) Benld Adopt-A-Pet, a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter, will hold a Pet Adoption. All of our pets are spayed/neutered, micro-chipped and up to date on shots. For more information call 217.835.2538 or visit our website at www.benldadoptapet.org .

Sept 18
1st Annual Danielle Elizabeth Allen Memorial 5K (Pleasant Plains HS Sports Complex, PLEASANT PLAINS)
Danielle was a 16yo soph. at PPHS when she was killed by a drunk driver less than 5 miles from home. To honor her memory, a memorial fund was created to provide college scholarships to PPHS graduates. Pur hope is to hono Danielle's life by holding this event annually. All proceeds with benefit Danielle's memorial fund and will provide scholarships for many years to come!
Online registrations: https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=124829 Entry fee includes race packet, t-shirt, and light refreshments on race day.
T-shirt is not guaranteed if registered after Sept. 1
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/Danispage/?fref=ts&ref=br_tf

Sept 19
Talk with Your Mouth Full - Learn Sign (6:00pm - 7:30pm; Spaghetti Shop, Sangamon Ave., SPRINGFIELD)
$5, eat Italian and learn sign, includes ABC sign coloring sheet. Each hosted by Our Vibrant Community; no registration needed, questions to rhiannon@ourvibrantcommunity.com. FUTURE DATES: Oct 11, Nov 15)

Sept 20
"The Data Citizen: New Ways of Being in the World" Talk (4:00pm - 5:30pm; National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) Auditorium, 1205 W. Clark Street, URBANA)
The phenomenon of big data and its various interpretations are changing what it means to be human. This talk explores aspects of this change with a view to teasing out the histories and the ethical design issues which arise from past developments.
* Reception to follow sponsored by the Gender and Women’s Studies Department.
Geoffrey C. Bowker is Professor at the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences and Director of the Values in Design Laboratory at the University of California, Irvine. From 1993-1998, he was faculty at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s School of Information Sciences, and was a faculty affiliate of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications from 1998-1999. He currently co-directs the NSF-funded Council for Big Data, Ethics, and Society with researchers from across academia and the IT industry. He has published widely on the topics of information infrastructure, classification systems in distributed scientific collaborations, and the use of web and digital resources across disciplines.
Free and open to the public!
For more details, see: http://go.illinois.edu/design_dialogues

Sept 20
Personal Assistant Employers Group (3:00 - 4:30pm at Springfield Center for Independent Living, or SCIL, 330 S Grand Ave, SPRINGFIELD)
Call Bradley at 217-523-2587 for more info.

Sept 21
Senior Fair (Benld Civic Center, 201 E. Central Ave., BENLD)

-Health screenings from area hospitals and the Macoupin Co. PHD
-Renew, update or replace driver's licenses at the IL SOS mobile DMV unit.
-Updated info for veterans from the IDVA
-Information about community services and programs from the Area Agency for Aging for Lincolnland
-Additional representatives available from Carlinville Area Hospital, Citizens Utility Board, Community Memorial Hospital, the Illinois Treasurer's Office, Macoupin Co. Public Transit, Macoupin Co. Veterans Assistance Commission
For more information, call 217-782-0228 or 618-585-4848 or visit SenatorAndyManar.com

Sept 21
"Researching Your Roots, Your Family, Your Ancestors" (10:00am;
125 West Editor St., ASHLAND) Carol Orwig from the Cass County Historical and Genealogical Society, Virginia, IL will present a program. The program will consist of Basic Genealogy, Family Research and Local History. Let us help you find the information that you have always wondered about. For more information contact Suzi @ 217-476-3417

Sept 22
Birds of Prey - Raptor 101 Program (6:00pm, SCHEELS, Springfield)
Join SCHEELS and the Illinois Raptor Center as we encounter Birds of Prey in the Raptor 101 program. Raptor 101 provides basic information to identify raptors. Explore: size, feathers, hunting styles, beaks, talons and adaptation of these incredible birds. This FREE program will include; Hawks, Falcons, Owls & Vulchers. http://experience.scheels.com/event/22442/

Sept 22
Book Signing and discussion Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum Union Theater (6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., ALPLM, Springfield)

General John Borling
Free: Reservations at presidentlincoln.illinois.gov

Sept 22
New Berlin Farmers Market (4:00 - 7:00pm; Wabash Park, NEW BERLIN)
Second and fourth Thursday of each month from May through October 13. Free admission. nbacdl.org

Sept 22
Tail Waggin' Tales (3:15pm; Westville Public Library, WESTVILLE)
Children are invited to come and read to the animal of the day! Please call the library at 267-3170 for more information.

Sept 23
The Hoof It 5K for Hooves of Hope (7:30pm, 7757 US-136, POTOMAC) Have you made plans to Hoof It 5k for Hooves of Hope on September 23rd at 7:30pm?! Come dressed in your 80’s attire and plan for a fun-filled night run around the streets of Potomac! Registration is $25 per person until 9/01/16. After 9/01, registration will increase to $30. Kids 12 & under can participate in the Trot before the 5k! Teams of 4 or more are $20 per person! Be sure to sign up today at https://register.itsracetime.com/Register/?event=38077
Hooves of Hope phone: 217-987-6961
Michael Remole email: michael@hoovesofhope.net

Sept 23
Exhibit Opening Celebration: Medieval Irish Masterpieces in Modern Reproduction (7:30 - 9:00pm; Spurlock Museum, 600 South Gregory, URBANA)
Join the Museum staff for refreshments and gallery explorations (7:30–8) followed by a short talk by exhibit curator UIUC Professor Charles D. Wright and a performance by Port Mor (8–9). Free admission. Contact: Kim Sheahan at ksheahan.illinois.edu or (217) 244-3355.

Sept 23-25
"Home is in the Heart" - Beardstown Fall Festival

Friday: 6:00-7:00pm – DJ – Troy Armstrong; 7:00-8:30pm – Queen/Princess Contest; 8:30-10:00pm - DJ – Troy Armstrong
Saturday: 6:00-8:00am – Elks Pancake Breakfast; 7:00-10:00am – Opera House Biscuits & Gravy Breakfast; 8:00am – Pat Cowen 5K Run/Walk (registration begins at 7:00am); 10:00-11:45am – Parade; 12:00-1:00pm – Horseshoes and Hand Grenades; 1:00-2:30pm – Little Miss/Mister; 2:30-3:30pm – Mr. and Miss Riverbottom; 3:30-5:00pm – Two Way Crossing; 5:00-6:30 – Karaoke; 6:30-8:30ish – PWA Beardstown Beat Down (Pre-show at 6:00pm); 8:00-9:30pm – Teen Block Party Dance w/DJ Eric
Sunday:9:00-10:30am – Worship Service; 11:30am-12:30pm – Jill Layne; 12:00pm-2:00pm – Car and Motorcycle Shows (registration starts at 8:00am); 1:00-1:45pm – Baby of the Year Contest – Proceeds to benefit Cass Schuyler Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition; 2:00-4:00pm – Lick Creek Country Band; 4:00-5:00pm – Etta & the Stage Frights; 5:00-6:30pm – Broseph E. Lee (Headliner); 7:00pm – 50/50 Drawing

All entertainment is free.

Sept 24
"Titus Manor Family Fun Color Run" (8:00am, Wyman Park, SULLIVAN)
(rain date: October 1, 2016) Sign-in from 8:00 a.m. - 8:45 a.m., Run/Walk begins at 9:00 a.m.
Please see our event page on Titus Manor's Facebook page for more details and to obtain a registration form, or email us at titusfunrun@yahoo.com. $30.00 to register after September 1.Parking available in Wyman Park, Tabor Park, American Legion, Civic Center and at Sullivan High School on Run Day. Contact 217/728-4725 for more information.

Sept 24
Boom-Bash 2016 (8:00pm; Boomerangs Bar and Grill, 1309 E Washington, URBANA)
FREE EVENT Boom-Bash 2016 at Boomerangs Bar and Grill in Urbana. TWO STAGES: 90's Daughter on the outdoor stage from 8-11pm, and The Brat Pack on the indoor stage from 11pm-1am. Free show with donations of toiletries and/or cash being accepted for the Champaign County Nursing Home. And it's Tommy G's birthday! He is the owner of Boomerangs, the founding member of the Brat Pack, and current band leader of 90's Daughter.
Contact - Tom Grassman: tom@boomerangbarandgrill.com, 217-239-7264, www.boomerangsbarandgrill.com

Sept 24
Coal County Fall Festival (10:00am - 4:00pm, Benld City Park)
Benld Adopt-A-Pet, a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter, will have a booth. We will be selling our logo wearing apparel, including t-shirts, sweat shirts and hoodies, as well as pet apparel, toys and treats, etc. We may even have a few animals available for you to interact with. Food and drink will also be available through various outlets, and there will be live entertainment provided throughout the day. Come on down and see us!

Sept 24
Fall Festival (Noon - 5:00pm; Historic Nichols Park Pavilion, JACKSONVILLE)
Join American Hauntings for a special weekend event to kick off the Halloween season! Celebrate the start of autumn in Jacksonville, Illinois and be chilled by presentations on ghosts, hauntings, spirit locations, true-life encounters, macabre history and hauntings in America! Meet authors, speakers and guides to the strange and unknown, network with ghost enthusiasts from all over the region and later, join us for a special haunted weekend that you won't soon forget! Hosted by Troy Taylor & Lisa Taylor Horton http://prairieghosts.com/festival.html www.americanhauntings.net
www.facebook.com/hauntedcarlinville

Sept 24
Celebration of Play Family Event (11:00am - 3:00pm; Illinois State Museum, 502 S. Spring Street, SPRINGFIELD)
Play is a wonderful way to learn. The Illinois State Museum invites families to playfully learn with marble painting, historic games and toys, shadow puppets, sidewalk chalk, bubbles, and more. Celebration of Play will honor the life of Mary Ann MacLean and the Museum’s children’s Play Museum exhibit that bears her name. Event is free with Museum admission.
Admission: Regular Museum admission for adults is $5. Youth under age 19, seniors 65 and older, veterans, active duty military personnel and Illinois State Museum Society members are free.
Celebration of Play is sponsored by bankwithBOS
Also on September 24, the Museum is participating in Smithsonian Magazine's Museum Day Live event. Visitors can print or download two free adult admission tickets by visiting http://www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday/museum-day-live-2016/tickets/.
Please visit illinoisstatemuseum.org or contact Elizabeth Bazan at elizabeth.bazan@illinois.gov or 217-782-5993 for more information.

Sept 24
Woofstock 2016 (LINCOLN)
Woofstock 2016 is a family and pet friendly fundraising event for the Humane Society of Logan County. This is a free event that takes place on September 24th, 2016 at the Logan County Fairgrounds in Lincoln, IL. Woofstock offers activities for everyone and their pets. Including inflatables, dog agility course, contests, more than 30 specialty and food vendors, and live music all day. Any questions can be directed to Josh Slightom at 217.732.1155 or slightom77@gmail.com

Sept 24
Museum Day Live! (9:00am - 4:30pm; Illinois State Museum, 502 S. Spring Street, SPRINGFIELD)
On September 24, the Museum is participating in Smithsonian Magazine's Museum Day Live event. Visitors can print or download two free adult admission tickets by visiting http://www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday/museum-day-live-2016/tickets/. Regular Museum admission for adults is $5. Youth under age 19, seniors 65 and older, veterans, and active duty military personnel are free.
Please visit illinoisstatemuseum.org or contact Elizabeth Bazan at elizabeth.bazan@illinois.gov or 217-782-5993 for more information.

Sept 24
Post Polio Group Potluck (Noon at Carol Aufmuth's, 2323 LynnHaven Rd., SPRINGFIELD)
Meat, drinks & table service provided. Please RSVP 546-0507

Sept 24
Sangamon Co. Association of Home and Community Education Fall Festival (8:30am - 2:00pm, Chatham Community Center, 109 Mulberry St., CHATHAM)
The event is free. Unique handmade items for sale including purses, barn quilts, kitchen items, fall and Christmas decorations. Amish Quilt raffle (drawing will be held the day of the festival), Bake Sale, large selection of used cookbooks. Lunch will be served from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM. BBQ and chicken salad sandwiches, soup and homemade pies. For more information call 217-553-5256.

Sept 24
The Round Up for Hooves for Hope (3:00 - 7:00pm; 7757 US-136, POTOMAC)
Come on out and join us for a boot-scootin' good time at Hooves of Hope! This year we will have live entertainment from the Nickel & Dime band from 3-5pm, and The Marvin Lee band from 5-7pm. Kids can enjoy face painting, games, inflatables, meet the herd, and take home a picture from our photo booth to remember their experience with us! We are also excited as families will be able to take a tour of our new barn! We will have Hooves of Hope merchandise available for purchase and food and drinks will be provided. Donations are appreciated! Parking is located at the Potomac Grade School.
Hooves of Hope phone: 217-987-6961
Michael Remole email: michael@hoovesofhope.net

Sept 25
Pet Adoption (12:00pm - 4:00pm; 1570 W US Highway 50, O'FALLON)
Benld Adopt-A-Pet, a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter, will hold a Pet Adoption. All of our pets are spayed/neutered, micro-chipped and up to date on shots. For more information call 217.835.2538 or visit our website at www.benldadoptapet.org .

Sept 27
Color With Friends (6:30 - 8:00pm; Boone's Saloon, 301 W. Edwards, SPRINGFIELD)
$5, Enjoy happy hour and color designs by local artists. Each hosted by Our Vibrant Community. no registration needed, questions to rhiannon@ourvibrantcommunity.com (FUTURE DATES: Oct 18)

Sept 28
Rare and Rarely Seen Exhibit in the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum – Illinois Gallery

Museum admission required; 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Sept 28
Senior Fair (10:00am to 12:00pm; Christian County Senior Center, 701 W. Adams St., TAYLORVILLE)

-Health screenings from area hospitals and the Macoupin Co. PHD
-Renew, update or replace driver's licenses at the IL SOS mobile DMV unit.
-Updated info for veterans from the IDVA
-Information about community services and programs from the Area Agency for Aging for Lincolnland
-Additional representatives available from Christian Co. Dept of Public Health, Citizens Utility Board, Pana Community Hospital, Taylorville Memorial Hospital
For more information, call 217-782-0228 or 618-585-4848 or visit SenatorAndyManar.com

Sept 29- Oct 2
Webber St. Christian Church Fall Revival Kick-Off Celebration (107 S. Webber St., URBANA)
All are invited to share this unforgettable weekend with us!
Thursday September 29- at 6:30pm with speaker, Greg Matthews and the Canaan Baptist Church Music Ministry lead by Deacon Willie T. Summerville
Friday September 30- at 6:30pm with speaker, David Upchurch and special music by Jason Wetherholt & Friends.
Sunday October 2- at 10:30am with Pastor Sam Stow and the Webber St. Christian Church Worship team

Sept 30-Oct 2
God Loves Marriage (PEORIA)
Refresh, re-energize & reconnect.
GodLovesMarriage.org

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