LOWELL | Grinning broadly in his wet t-shirt, 2-year-old Travis Marlow of Hebron rushed to explore more after panning for gold.
A Chili-Cook Off contestant dishes out samples of her chili at last year's event in Homewood.
HOMEWOOD | The village of Homewood presents the 12th annual Fall Fest and Chili Cook-off from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sept. 21.
Children can get their faces painted at this year's Fall Fest in Homewood.
A Tin Ceiling food vendor helps a customer at last year's Fall Fest in Homewood.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso Ballroom is hosting the Fall Festival Party this Friday evening! First time ever taking on ballroom dancing? No need to be nervous! There will be a group class right before the party starting at 7:30 p.m., and it will be a class designed for dancers of all levels. Aft…
LANSING | For Ron Stech, Sunday was a special day because he learned more about his father, Robert, a World War II veteran.
LOWELL | With rain pouring down, Rebecca Grochowski her family wore smiles and carried umbrellas as they arrived for their Saturday outing at Buckley Homestead County Park.
Members of the Coles County Regulators re-enactment troop perform for visitors Saturday at Buckley Homestead County Park's Fall Festival. Re-enactors provided a glimpse of what life was like on the turn-of-the-century living history farm.
Blacksmith Seth Nicholas, of Lowell, demonstrates the drawing of a point on a tent stake Saturday during Buckley Homestead County Park's Fall Festival. The event will continue from 10a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Cultures will come together at the city's first Fall Festival of Sister Cities, taking place Sept. 8 and 9 on the grounds of Bloom High School, 10th Street and Chicago Road.
LANSING | A festival to be held on the grounds of the Lansing Municipal Airport will begin with an evening in the historic Ford hangar on Oct. 12. Plans are in the works for food, music and entertainment to kick off this fall festival.
The village of Lansing is organizing a fall festival for 2012. The Lansing Chamber of Commerce donated $2,500 for the festival while Village President Norm Abbott donated $500. Pictured from left are Dr. Renee Hale, director of the Lansing Chamber of Commerce; Vivian Payne. assistant to the …
Lauren Ludwig, from Hebron, dips string into boiling wax to make some homemade candles Saturday morning at the Buckley Homestead during it annual Fall Festival. The festival continues from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. The cost is $4. Those traveling U.S. 41 should note that Ind. 2 (Commercial Av…
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