Perkinson Gallery Exhibit – through October 24
Millikin University, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, 1184 W. Main St. Featuring Alphonso Iannelli, known for his sculptural work commissioned by architect Frank Lloyd Wright for the Midway Gardens project in Chicago circa 1914, M-F 12-5pm, free, 217-420-6639.
Decatur Airport Exhibit – October
Decatur Airport, Main Terminal, Lobby Gallery, 910 Airport Rd. Featuring the works of Jane Eckles, airport lobby open hours, free, 217-422-1509.
Gallery 510 Exhibit – October
First Friday Opening Reception – October 2
Gallery 510, 160 E. Main St. Featuring Dan Modzelewski’s drawings. First Friday opening reception (10/2), refreshments served, 5-7:30pm, artist talk 6:30pm, free. General exhibit hours Tu-F 11am-5pm, Sa 11am-3pm, free, 217-422-1509.
Library Exhibit – October
Decatur Public Library, Art Gallery, 130 N. Franklin St. Featuring visual arts works by Macon County 4H, library open hours, free, 217-422-1509.
Rock Springs Exhibits – October
Rock Springs Nature Center, 3939 Nearing Ln. Featuring the photographs of Curt Knapp in the North Gallery and David Staff in the South Gallery, nature center open hours, free, 217-423-7708.
First Friday Gallery Walks – October 2 & November 6
Anne Lloyd Gallery @ 125 N. Water St., Blue Connection @ 117 N. Water St., Gallery 510 @ 160 E. Main St. An evening of unique art, artist talks, live music, hors d’oeuvres, and beverages in three downtown Decatur art galleries, 5-7:30pm, free, 217-423-3189.
October National Exhibit – October 2-28
Opening Reception – October 2
Madden Arts Center, Anne Lloyd Gallery, 125 N. Water St. Multi-media juried art exhibition featuring works by artists from across the nation, partnering with Come Together…Let’s Walk for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, presented by Gallery 510. First Friday opening reception (10/2) with hors d’oeuvres, beverages, and a talk by the exhibit judge, 5-7:30pm, free. October general exhibit viewing M-F 8:30am-4:30pm & Sa 10am-2pm, free, or 217-423-3189.
A.C.E. High School Art Exhibition – November 1-14
Reception & Awards Presentation – November 14
Millikin University, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, Perkinson Gallery, 1184 W. Main St. The 8th annual A.C.E. Exhibition showcases the artwork of central Illinois high school area art students, co-sponsored by the Millikin Art Department and Center for Entrepreneurship. Reception & Awards (11/14), 4-5:30pm, free. General exhibit hours M-F 12-5pm, free, 217-420-6639.
Decatur Airport Exhibit – November
Decatur Airport, Main Terminal, Lobby Gallery, 910 Airport Rd. Featuring the works of Jeff Shaw, airport lobby open hours, free, 217-422-1509.
Gallery 510 Exhibit – November
First Friday Opening Reception – November 6
Gallery 510, 160 E. Main St. Featuring Barbara Dove’s oil paintings. First Friday opening reception (11/6), refreshments served, 5-7:30pm, artist talk 6:30pm, free. November general exhibit Tu-F 11am-5pm, Sa 11am-3pm, free, 217-422-1509.
Library Exhibit – November
Decatur Public Library, Art Gallery, 130 N. Franklin St. Featuring the works of Shirley Buescher, library open hours, free, 217-422-1509.
Rock Springs Exhibits – November
Rock Springs Nature Center, 3939 Nearing Ln. Featuring Barn Colony’s Art Show in the North Gallery and the photography of Melody Arnold in the South Gallery, nature center open hours, free, 217-423-7708.
Exquisite Detail Photography Exhibit – November 2-24
Opening Reception – November 6
Madden Arts Center, Anne Lloyd Gallery, 125 N. Water St. Exhibit by photographers Barbara Hoffman and Sally VanNatta. First Friday opening reception (11/6), 5-7:30pm, free. November general exhibit viewing M-F 8:30am-4:30pm, Sa 10am-2pm, free, 217-423-3189.
Just Use It Exhibit – November 16-December 10
Millikin University, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, Perkinson Gallery, 1184 W. Main St. Exhibition and sale of unique, functional ceramic pieces, in collaboration with the Cinema Gallery in Urbana, M-F 12-5pm, free, 217-420-6639.
LSB Events – October & November
Lock Stock & Barrel, 129 S. Oakland Ave., 217-429-7411.
10/2 – Chris Bradley and Jen Hood, on patio, 6-9pm
10/10 – Fabulous Hoedads, 8pm-12am
10/17 – Steely James Band, 9pm-12am
10/23 – Je House, 8pm-12am
10/24 – BricABrac, 8pm-12am
11/6 – Chris Bradley, 6-9pm
11/13 – Hot Bag O Doughnuts, 9pm-1am
11/28 – Virgil Sheperd, 9pm-12am
m-pact – October 3
Millikin University, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, 1184 W. Main St. Millikin University’s Homecoming show featuring this Los Angeles-based a cappella pop-jazz sextet’s signature sound, 2pm, $, 217-424-6318.
Faculty Recital – October 4
Millikin University, Kaeuper Hall, 1184 W. Main St. Millikin University faculty recital featuring Ricardo Sepulveda, Baritone, 4pm, free, 217-424-6318.
Millikin University Choirs Homecoming Concert – October 4
Central Christian Church, 650 W. William St. Annual concert for the University choir, past members join in the alumni choir to round out the performance, 2pm, free, 217-424-6318.
Decatur Municipal Band Fall Concert – October 6
Tabernacle Baptist Church, 650 N. Wyckles Rd. The 158th annual fall concert and season finale, featuring Ronald Romm, Trumpeter and Founding Member of the World Famous Canadian Brass, 7:30pm, free, 217-422-9168.
Tubby the Tuba with Symphonic Wind Ensemble – October 9
Millikin University, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, 1184 W. Main St. Millikin University’s Symphonic Wind Ensemble in concert with Millikin President Pat White as narrator and University of Illinois faculty tubist Mark Moore as Tubby, 7:30pm, 217-424-6318.
Ian Hobson – October 11
Millikin University, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, 1184 W. Main St. Enjoy Ian Hobson’s versatility as a pianist, conductor, and educator, 2pm, $, 217-424-6318.
MU Latin Jazz – October 13
Lock Stock & Barrel, 129 S. Oakland Ave. Millikin University’s jazz group performs, 5-7pm, 217-429-7411.
Millikin-Decatur Symphony Orchestra Concert – October 24
Millikin University, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, 1184 W. Main St. The MDSO performs music from Beethoven and Sibelius with guest violinist Rachel Barton Pine, 7:30pm, $, 217-424-6318.
Fall Choral Concerts– October 25
Central Christian Church, 650 W. William St. The Millikin University Choirs present their first full concert of the year, Collegiate Chorale and Millikin Women, 2pm, and Millikin Men and University Choir, 4pm, free, 217-424-6318.
Symphonic Wind Ensemble & High School Honor Band – October 26
Millikin University, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, 1184 W. Main St. Select high school students perform along with Millikin’s Ensemble, Brian Balmages guest conductor/composer, 6pm, 217-424-6318.
Halloween Concert – October 29-30
Millikin University, Shilling Hall, Albert Taylor Theatre, 1184 W. Main St.
Family-friendly concert with the Millikin Percussion Ensemble in the infamously haunted Albert Taylor Theatre, guests invited to come in costume, best costume prizes awarded, co-sponsored by Children’s Museum of Illinois, WAND-TV, and Pepsi, Th 7:30pm, F 6 & 8pm, $, 217-424-6318.
A Matinee of Jazz – November 1
Lock Stock & Barrel, 129 S. Oakland Ave. Concert featuring the Dixie Daredevils with Robin Hopkins and Kathleen Miller from The Sunset Stomp Jazz Band in Indianapolis, 2-5pm, $, 217-546-1363.
Symphonic Wind Ensemble and the Millikin Men – November 19
Millikin University, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, 1184 W. Main St. Concert with Millikin University conductor Bradley Holmes and faculty tenor William Gorton, 7:30pm, 217-424-6318.
Millikin Jazz Bands in Concert – November 20
Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1360 W. Main St. Millikin University’s acclaimed jazz bands perform, 7:30pm, free, 217-433-4240.
Faculty Recital – November 22
Millikin University, Kaeuper Hall, 1184 W. Main St. Millikin University Faculty Recital featuring Chung-Ha Kim, piano, 4pm, free, 217-424-6318.
Opus 24 Fall Concert – November 24
St. Patrick Catholic Church, 407 E. Eldorado. Choral concert featuring fall, advent, and Christmas pieces, guest instrumentalists, 7:30pm, $, 217-422-1422. www.decaturopus.com
THEATER & DANCE
Rough Magic – September 30-October 4
Millikin University, Shilling Hall, Albert Taylor Theatre, 1184 W. Main St. Shakespeare and comic books collide in this darkly funny action comic fantasy, rated PG-13, W-Sa 7:30pm, Su 2pm, $, 217-424-6318.
Defending the Caveman – October 9-11
Decatur Civic Center, 1 Gary Anderson Plaza. A theatrical comedy discussing relationship topics, F & Sa 8pm, Sa 5pm, Su 3pm, $, 217-422-6161.
The Explorers Club – October 16-18 & 23-25
Richland Community College, Shilling Auditorium, 1 College Pk. The comedy takes place in 1879 London where the prestigious Explorers Club faces the worst crisis in their history: a possible first female member and a truly terrible bartender, presented by Theatre 7, F’s & Sa’s 7:30pm, Su’s 2pm, $, www.theatre7.net or 217-423-2107.
A Nightmare on Backstreet – October 22-24, 30-31 & November 5-7, 13-15
Millikin University, Pipe Dreams Studio, 1099 W. Wood St. A satirical musical send-up of Wes Craven’s cult classic A Nightmare on Elm Street, rated R, Th’s, F’s, Sa’s 7:30pm, (except F 10/30 12am), Su 2pm, $, www.pdtheatre.org or 217-424-6318.
An Afternoon with Groucho – October 25
Millikin University, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, 1184 W. Main St. A show perfect for all ages with Rank Ferrante recreating his PBS, New York, and London-acclaimed portrayal of legendary comedian Groucho Marx, 2pm, $, 217-424-6318.
Irving Berlin’s White Christmas – November 13-15 & 20-22
Decatur Civic Center, 1 Gary Anderson Plaza. The popular musical/play presented by Decatur Underground Theater, F’s & Sa’s 7pm, Su’s 2pm, $, 217-422-6161.
The Addams Family – November 13-15
Millikin University, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, 1184 W. Main St. The creepy, kooky, mysterious, and spooky Addams Family comes to life in this raucous new musical comedy, rated PG, F & Sa 7:30pm, Su 2pm, $, 217-424-6318.
HISTORY & MUSEUMS
Bethel School Open House – October 3
Friends Creek Regional Park, NE of Argenta, off Rt. 48. Tour one of Macon County’s last one-room schoolhouses circa 1890, 1-4pm, free, 217-423-7708.
Heirloom Garden Open House – October 3
Rock Springs Conservation Area, Homestead Prairie Farm, 3939 Nearing Ln.
Tour the 1860 heirloom vegetable and herb gardens with volunteer Master Gardeners, 2-4pm, free, 217-423-7708.
Homestead Prairie Farm Open House – October
Rock Springs Conservation Area, Homestead Prairie Farm, 3939 Nearing Ln. Tour the 1860’s farm house, heirloom gardens, and the Trobaugh-Good house, Sa’s & Su’s 1-4pm, free, 217-423-7708.
Dulcimer Music – October 10, 24 & November 7, 21
Rock Springs Nature Center, 3939 Nearing Ln. Listen to the Nature Center volunteers play old time music, 10am-12pm, free, 217-423-7708.
Blue Grass Music Jams – October 11 & November 8
Rock Springs Nature Center, 3939 Nearing Ln. Enjoy old time tunes played by area musicians, 1-4pm, free, 217-423-7708.
General Ulysses S. Grant – October 24
Macon County History Museum, 5580 North Fork Rd. Guest speaker Don Chamberlain discusses his visits to Ulysses S. Grant sites in St. Louis, Cairo, Columbia, KY, and the Battle of Belmont, MO, 1:30pm, $, 217-422-4919.
Governor Richard Oglesby Mansion Open House – October 25 & November 29
421 W. William St. Visit this historic Decatur landmark and beautifully restored Victorian home of Illinois Governor Richard Oglesby, 2-4pm, $, 217-423-7708.
James Millikin Homestead Tours – October 25
125 S. Pine St. Tour the beautiful historic Victorian mansion that belonged to one of Decatur’s leading citizens, circa 1875, 2-4pm, $, 217-422-9003.
Candlelight Tour – November 14
Rock Springs Conservation Area, Homestead Prairie Farm, 3939 Nearing Ln. Experience Homestead Prairie Farm and 1860’s life by candlelight and lamplight, refreshments served, 6:30-8:30pm, free, 217-423-7708.
NATURE & GARDENS
Canoe the Sangamon River – October 3 & November 21
Rock Springs Nature Center, 3939 Nearing Ln. Leisurely exploration of the Sangamon, one adult required per canoe, all equipment provided, 1-4pm, $, reservations required, 217-423-7708.
Trails4Tails – October 3
Local trail TBD. Afternoon trail walk, featuring Homeward Bound Pet Shelter information stations and canine treats, proceeds benefit animals in the care of Homeward Bound, 3pm, $ or items from the shelter’s wish list, watch www.Facebook.com/HBPSDecatur or 217-875-8850.
Family Hikes and Nature Programs – October & November
Rock Springs Nature Center, 3939 Nearing Ln., free, reservations required, 217-423-7708.
10/3 – Into the Wild: Beautiful, Edible Pumpkins, 10am
10/24 – Autumn Color Collage, 2pm
11/7 – Into the Wild: Wild Turkey, 10am, dress in camouflage gear
Creepers of the Earth Trail Walk – October 25
Rock Springs Nature Center, 3939 Nearing Ln. Meet costumed interpreters and hear legends about creatures of the forests, ponds, and prairies, tours offered on the half-hour, 1-3:30pm, $, register online before 10/24, 217-423-7708.
StarLab Star Party – November 1
Rock Springs Nature Center, 3939 Nearing Ln. Learn to identify constellations and to read the maps in the sky in the StarLab Planetarium, 2pm, $, 217-423-7708.
Turkey Scavenger Hunt – November 22
Rock Springs Nature Center, 3939 Nearing Ln. Discover facts about turkeys through a Nature Center scavenger hunt, 2pm, free, reservations required, 217-423-7708.
Myths of Macon County – November 28
Rock Springs Nature Center, 3939 Nearing Ln. Separate fact from fiction during a naturalist-led program about the wild animals that live or lived in our area, 2pm, free, reservations required, 217-423-7708.
EVENTS FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES
School’s Out Day Camp – October 12
DISC, 1295 W. Wood St. Play games and take a trip to Overlook Adventure Mini Golf, for ages 5-13, sponsored by the Decatur Park District, 6:30am-6pm, $, 217-429-3472.
Harry Potter Pizza & Potions Party – October 16
Madden Arts Center, 125 N. Water St. Step through Platform 9 ½ and experience hat sorting, Potions Class, Quidditch, and other games with prizes, movies, and more surprises, children under 5 need accompanying adult, 6-9pm, $, reservations required, 217-423-3189.
Boo at the Zoo – October 17-18 & 23-31
Scovill Zoo, 71 S. Country Club Rd. Safe Halloween family fun with hundreds of jack-o’-lanterns and spooky treat stations, costumes optional, 10/17, 18 & 25, 25 3-8pm, 10/23 & 26-31 5:30-8pm, 10/31 3-6pm, $, 217-421-7435.
Fall Festival – October 18-19
ASP N More, 420 E. Prairie Ave. Children’s event with decorating pumpkins, trick or treating, costume contest, games, and crafts, 2pm, $, reservations required, 217-358-5228.
Halloween Hoopla – October 24
Children’s Museum of Illinois, 55 S. Country Club Rd. Costume-optional event with a cobweb castle, s’mores, Halloween craft, treats collecting, scavenger hunt, prizes, 10am-8pm, $, 217-423-5437.
Super Saturday Recess – October 24-November 28
DISC, 1295 W. Wood St. Active Saturday mornings with inflatables, scooters, basketball, tumbling, and more, for ages 4 to 11, parent must be present, 10am-12pm, $, 217-429-3472.
Fall Harvest Festival – October 25
Rock Springs Conservation Area, 3939 Nearing Ln. Family fun event with crafts, fall-themed face painting, pumpkin rolls, child-sized straw maze, basic archery instruction, 1-4pm, free admission, $ for some events, 217-423-7708.
Halloween Fun Days at Overlook – October 25-31
Overlook Adventure Mini Golf, 2501 E. Nelson Park Rd. Special miniature golf days at Overlook, 4-8pm, kids in costume golf for free with a paid adult, 217-422-2316.
Hallow-tween – October 31
Mt. Zion Convention Center, 1400 Mt. Zion Parkway, Mt. Zion. Night of spooktackular fun geared for tweens and teens (7th-12th grade) with games, costume contest, karaoke, big screen videos, concessions, complimentary photo booth, and a picture souvenir, 7-10pm, $, 217-864-5424.
Theatre for Young Audiences
Little Theatre on the Square, 16 E. Harrison St., Sullivan, dates & times vary, $, 217-728-7375.
11/13-15 – Disney’s Alice in Wonderland, Jr.
SPORTS, HEALTH & FITNESS
3D Archery – October 10 & November 7
Rock Springs Conservation Area, 3939 Nearing Ln. Rotate through life-like 3D targets, basic instruction provided, use provided equipment or bring your own, for ages 10 and older, 2-4pm, $, reservations required, 217-423-7708.
Midnight Fishing – October 17
Rock Springs Conservation Area, 3939 Nearing Ln. Bring your equipment to fish the cattail ponds at night, lit bobbers and worms for bait recommended, fishing licenses required for ages 16 and older, 10pm-12am, $, reservations required, 217-423-7708.
Cross Country Twosome Relay – October 25
Fairview Park, Pavilion #1, 1455 W. Fairview Park Dr. Divisions for youth, adult, and parent/child twosome teams, half-mile Tot Trot before the race, sponsored by the Decatur Park District, registration 3:15pm, Tot Trot 4pm, relay race 4:10pm, $, 217-429-3472.
Autumn Spectacular – November 8
Fairview Park, 1455 W. Fairview Park Dr. Cross country meet for kids ages 7-14, presented by the Decatur Park District, registration 12:30pm, course walk 1pm, race 1:30pm, $, 217-429-3472.
Decatur Park District’s Turkey Trot – November 21
Fairview Park, Pavilion #1, 1455 W. Fairview Park Dr. Annual 5K and 10K run, 5K walk, half-mile trot, computerized results, prizes, presented by Tate & Lyle, check-in 6:45-7:30am, race 8am, $, 217-429-7750.
Farmers Market – through October 31
Downtown Decatur. Farm fresh produce grown by local farmers, other goods available, Sa’s 8am-12pm, free admission, $ to purchase goods, 217-428-3380 or 217-520-5098.
The Man You Script – October 10
Madden Arts Center, 3rd Floor, 125 N. Water St. A dynamic poetry performance and wine tasting presented by four poets originally from Decatur who return home after success in Atlanta, St. Louis, and Houston, for ages 21 and older, 6-8pm, $, 217-423-3189.
Second Saturday Book Sale – October 10 & November 14
Decatur Public Library, 2nd floor, 130 N. Franklin St. Used books, cds, dvds, and other items for sale, proceeds benefit literacy programs at the Decatur Public Library, hosted by Friends of the Decatur Public Library, 9:30am-12:30pm, 217-424-2900 ext. 133.
Pride of the Prairie Marble Show – November 5-7
Country Inn & Suites, 5150 Hickory Point Frontage Rd. The 25th annual wall-to-wall collectible marble experience, show display Th & F 9am-10pm, Sa 9am-1pm, free admission, 217-422-8454.
Improv: Games & Stuff – November 13
Madden Arts Center, 3rd Floor, 125 N. Water St. An evening of interactive improvisation games led by Jayson Albright & The Kablooey Group, bring a crazy prop and BYOB, 7:30-9:30pm, $, 217-423-3189.
Christmas Craft Show – November 13-14
Mt. Zion Convention Center, 1400 Mt. Zion Pkwy, Mt. Zion. Local craft vendors showcase their holiday collections, F 7-9pm, Sa 9am-3pm, 217-864-5424.
Christmas Parade – November 21
Downtown Decatur. Christmas Thru the Years – The Annual Nighttime Lighted Christmas Parade, 5:30pm, free, 217-413-0990.
Annual Community Thanksgiving Luncheon – November 24
Decatur Civic Center, #1 Gary K. Anderson Plaza. Community leaders are honored and foreign exchange students are recognized, business casual attire, doors open 11:30am, luncheon 12pm, $, reservations required, 217-422-2200.
Pints for Pups – October 9
Doherty’s Pub & Pins, 242 E. William St. Over 50 craft beers available on tap, silent auction, proceeds benefit Homeward Bound Pet Shelter, a no-kill pet facility and job training program for people with disabilities, must be at least 21 years of age to attend, 5-8pm, $, 217-875-8850.
A Downton Abbey Tea – October 10
Country Club of Decatur, 135 N. Country Club Rd. Step into the era of high teas and refinement with a Downton Abbey-inspired event featuring delicacies and sweets and a period style show of Victorian Era through WWI and Roaring Twenties fashions, hats and/or costumes are encouraged but not required, presented by P.E.O. Chapter BW, proceeds benefit scholarship programs for women, 1pm, $, reservations required, 217-422-8909.
He Said, She Said – October 16
Decatur Club, 158 W. Prairie Ave. An All Hallow’s Eve Celebration is the theme for the annual Governor Oglesby Mansion fundraiser featuring gourmet dining, fine wines, craft beers, and fun with returning beer and wine experts Charlie McGorray and Kevin Graham, business casual attire, 6pm, $, reservations required, 217-864-2505.
Booseum – October 22
Children’s Museum of Illinois, 55 S. Country Club Rd. Adults-only Halloween fun with campfire ghost stories, trick or treating through the museum, costume contests and more, must be 21 years or older, 6-9pm, $, reservations required, 217-423-5437.
Scareport – October 24
Decatur Airport. Run the lighted runway! Prizes in all age divisions, after-party at the Airport Terminal. Proceeds benefit Decatur Airport educational programming. 6:30 pm Tot Trot; 7:30 pm 5K & 10K. $25/advance, $30/race day. Register at active.com or call 217-429-3472.
Whiskers & Tails – October 24
Country Club of Decatur, 135 N. Country Club Rd. Sounds of Samba Carnaval-themed benefit with hors d’oeuvres, dinner, live music and dancing, open bar, live and silent auctions, proceeds go to the Decatur and Macon County Animal Control and Care Center, formal attire, for ages 21 and older, 5:30-11pm, $, reservations required, 217-423-7387.
Salvation Army Bell Ringing – November 6-December 24
Various Decatur locations. Ring a bell for donations to the famed red buckets, must be age 16 or older, all proceeds collected remain in Macon County for the homeless shelter, food pantry, social services, clothing, utility and rent assistance, senior and youth programs, 2 hour shifts from 10am-8pm, www.ringbells.org or 217-428-4672.
The Unexpected Boys – November 7
Lincoln Square Theatre, 141 N. Main St. A top Four Seasons act made up of performers from right off Broadway, proceeds benefit Decatur Christian School, 7:30pm, $, www.lincolnsquaretheatre.com or 217-706-5229.
ARTini – November 12
Paco’s Sol Bistro, 237 N. Main St. Annual fund raising event, featuring hand painted martini glasses, live music, food and silent auction, proceeds benefit Gallery 510 and its community arts programs, must be 21 years or older, 6pm, $, 217-422-1509.
Night in the Islands – November 13
Decatur Club, 158 W. Prairie Ave. Enjoy appetizers and exotic drinks made by celebrity bartenders, enter to win one of ten trips (grand prize is a one-week trip to the Dominican Republic), island casual attire suggested, for ages 21 and older, proceeds benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Macon County for one-to-one mentoring for at-risk children in Macon County, 7-10pm, $, www.bbbscil.kintera.org/NITI2015 or 217-428-4240.
Symphony Holiday Gala – November 21
Decatur Club. Elegant buffet dinner, music by Four Other Brothers, live auction with Corky Nicholson, proceeds support music programs funded by the Symphony Guild of Decatur. $. 6:00 pm. For reservations call 217-423-3189.
For information on how to include your fund-raising event in the Charity Datebook, contact Cultural Arts Editor Terrie Potter by email: ArtsEdit@aol.com or call 217-423-0422.