Lombard Historical Society hosts ‘OctoberBest’ Oct. 13

On Tuesday, Oct. 13, the Lombard Historical Society invites the community to “OctoberBest — Better than Sitting at Home!,” featuring the polka band Die Kellerknaben.

The evening will begin at 6 p.m. in the William J. Mueller Gazebo, located behind the Victorian Cottage, 23 W. Maple St. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. and the music starts at 6 p.m. Reservations, masks and social distancing is required. Guests are asked to bring their own chair. This event is $5 for LHS members and $10 for nonmembers. For reservations and information, visit www.lombardhistory.org/events, email [email protected], by phone (630) 629-1885.

        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        

 

Dance, sing, sip apple cider and savor fresh apple strudel. Die Kellerknaben has its roots deep in the heart of polka — not just a fad, polka is part of the American heritage. The band will delight you with Oktoberfest favorites and classics from the international landscape. You’ll feel right at home singing

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Louisville Film Society hosts outdoor family movie nights 2020

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Are you ready for a night out at the movies? The Louisville Film Society is making a night at the movies possible with a series of socially-distanced Family Film Nights held on the lawn at the Mellwood Arts Center,

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Hoboken Grace hosts 10th annual 1Day in Hoboken; Collegiate honor society inducts Union City resident | Journal Entries

Hoboken Grace hosts 10th annual 1Day in Hoboken

Hundreds of volunteers recently performed extensive work throughout Hoboken to help better the city as part of 1Day Hoboken, a day of volunteering hosted by Hoboken Grace Community Church. Extra safety precautions were taken as volunteers met virtually and at various outdoor launch spots throughout the city and then spread out throughout Hoboken working on projects for various organizations serving the city.

More than 370 participants completed 37 different projects throughout Hoboken. Working with the city, church spokesmen said projects included painting 1000′s of railings, refurbishing benches, gardening and planting 1000′s of flowers and bulbs and picking up litter in the city’s various parks, beaches and fields. Some of the locations included, Church Square Park, Steven’s Park, Sinatra Park, Elysian Park, Mama Johnson Field, Jefferson Park, Maxell and Sinatra Beaches and the Weehawken Cove. Participants painted and gardened at the Boys &

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