Mark Stach of Dixon continues his to work toward completing a metal cross constructed in memory of those who died in a catastrophic bridge collapse in Dixon back in 1873.
Get caught up on news, sports and features in the Sauk Valley from the week of Feb 26 to March 4, 2023.
he First United Methodist Men’s Club will host a spaghetti dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday at the First United Methodist Church of Wilmington. Spaghetti, homemade desserts. Carryout available. No set ticket price, free will offering only.
The Route 66 Rialto Twin Centennial Mural, painted by Joliet-area Dante DiBartolo, honors both the Rialto and Route 66. Both will turn 100 years old in 2026.
Nazareth Academy’s Fine Arts Department will be on full display this spring with a variety of events open to the community.
Polo Area Community Theatre will be performing "Junie B. Jones: the Musical" the next two weekends in Polo. The show follows a sassy first grader as she discovers the ups and downs of entering school.
Garcia’s art primarily focuses on florals, portraits, still life, animals and landscapes. Her works have been exhibited at various galleries, banks, restaurants, and hospitals throughout the state.
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Sterling resident and Dixon native Philip Atilano plans to resign from head of the gallery after a little more than a year.
Using the STEAM approach to learning, teams of students at RFMS have been working to build accurate and efficient catapults for class competition.
Ralphie, the Old Man, the infamous leg lamp and the long-desired Red Ryder BB gun and all its accompaniments will make their stage debut Thursday in Stage Coach Players’ holiday season production of “A Christmas Story.”
Two dozen artists from Kane and DuPage counties will exhibit their works in oil pastel and oil stick in their exhibition “Reflections This Season” on display in St. Charles.
Court is in session at Dixon High School this Friday, Saturday and Sunday as DHS performs "Fairy Tale Courtroom." See the Big Bad Wolf defend himself against against property damage and grandma impersonation and the Wicked Witch tell her side of charges of assault with a sleeping fruit and Kansas kidnapping. Show times 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at the high school auditorium. Admission: Adults $12, students/children $5.
A reception for the “Common Thread” group show offered from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, is followed by an indigo dye workshop Oct. 8.
This month, the Rev. Joseph Heyd, O.S.B. (1930-2013), St. Bede’s longtime artist-priest, gets a salute from NCI ARTworks, which is displaying his works in the Westclox building.