Macomb Illinois Events
Since 1986, the city planner calendar has kept you up to date with events and other fun things you can do with your family in America's hometown. Delivered free to millions of households across America each December, this calendar is a time-tested tool to help families stay organized.
To counter the tendency to be Macomb - focused, I thought my upcoming area on the edge of McDonough County - related expertise at the end of next year's lecture would be a good opportunity to counteract that - and create a counterbalance. If you have a city planner calendar in your area, look for good business opportunities. The calendar is full of coupons for popular local retailers, so save money and support small businesses right from your hometown! If anyone knows of surviving photos, contact me at [email protected] for more information about this event.
Remember that in addition to the online fundraising, we can also submit other donations on the day of the walk. Join your friends, family and friends from Macomb County, as well as local businesses and organizations, in the parade.
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A meeting of the McDonough County Historical Society will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4, at the Macomb County Courthouse. This announcement is sent out in advance because our historical items - filled with the newsletter of the McDonough County History Society - will not be released until spring.
The event is being supported by various providers and of course the public is cordially invited and all proceeds from the facility will be donated to the Abingdon Community Center. The Western Illinois Museum will have a two-part program on Tuesday, April 4 at 7 p.m. at the Macomb County Courthouse. A free guided tour will be available from 6: 30 a.m. to 7: 15 p.m. and a link to our Virtual Program will be emailed to registered participants and published one week before each event.
The music is performed by ensembles from the Western Illinois School of Music and the surrounding community. This free public event includes a performance of music by the U.S. National Symphony Orchestra and a presentation of music for the annual Macomb County Historical Society Christmas Concert.
The speaker will be WIU history professor Greg Hall, who will speak about "The Path to Freedom" at 7: 30 p.m. at the Macomb County Historical Society. The lecture, entitled "History of the American Civil War and the U.S. Civil Rights Movement in Illinois," will be given by Dr. John D. Quintus, Professor of History at Western Illinois University. He was born in the same month and year, May 1814, and moved to Clary Grove in Sangamon County, Illinois in 1830, when he was 17. In August 1833, he and his wife Elizabeth were married by his brother John, a member of his father's family but not by his parents.
The Walkers moved to McDonough County, settled in Camp Creek, Industry Township, and later moved to the town of Clary Grove in Sangamon County in 1833, at the age of 18.
In the late 1920s, US Route 67 was extended along this route to Dubuque, Iowa, and in the early 1930s construction of Illinois Route 3 began on a federally funded highway from Clary Grove to Chicago, Illinois. In the mid-1930s, the city's first public school, Clery Grove High School, was built, which led to a population increase and established the first high school in McDonough County.
The tornado passed over 1.2 miles south of Bentley before disintegrating, taking off and taking off again at about 1.30pm local time. The tornado dissipated and continued its way west - southward for another 1-2 miles before moving north - east of Clery Grove and south - west of McDonough County.
We strongly recommend that you buy your tickets from the official website of the cinema or over the counter, in order to avoid any confusion about the listing and the time. When you go to an outdoor festival in the city centre, you should be aware that about 80 people who have been to the theatre are taking refuge in a cellar of the cinema. Tickets are still available and can be purchased at the box office, which is open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from noon to 4 p.m.