DeKalb Chamber of Commerce news
The DeKalb Chamber of Commerce held its 10th annual Family Fun Fest Thursday at Hopkins Park in DeKalb.
Nominations are being accepted for the 33rd Annual Athena Award and Woman of Accomplishment honorees through the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce. The deadline for nominations is Aug. 12.
The DeKalb Farmers Market kicked off the season Thursday at Van Buer Plaza in Downtown DeKalb. The Farmers Market is open every Thursday from 10 am to 2 pm through September 22.
The DeKalb Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting to welcome Ike Scissors Hands.
The DeKalb Chamber of Commerce awarded radio station 94.9 WDKB its 2021 Business of the Year during a ceremony Thursday at Northern Illinois University's Barsema Alumni & Visitor’s Center. The historic Egyptian Theatre earned the 2022 Nonprofit Organization Award.
DeKalb Chamber of Commerce staff, ambassadors and board members, along with community members recently congratulated Taki’s To-Go on its new location and welcomed the restaurant to the chamber.
Keg & Kernel by Tangled Roots Brewing Company, at the corner of Firat Street and Lincoln Highwa, opens in downtown DeKalb Saturday.
Sweets, drinks, and entertainment is what the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce brought forward during its annual end of the year bash Tuesday night.
Santa Claus is coming to town: Here’s where you can spot him in DeKalb County this week and into December.
DeKalb County shop owners ‘trying to get through together’ ahead of Small Business Saturday: “If our customers stopped coming here, we wouldn’t be here,” said Jill Barczak, of Sycamore's Blumen Gardens, which organized a "Shop Small Crawl" this weekend.
DeKalb Chamber of Commerce staff, ambassadors and board members, along with community members recently celebrated Canvas Hair Studio’s first year of business and welcomed them to the chamber.
On Friday, Nov. 12, Dimensions Youth Ballet will partner with downtown DeKalb merchants for a Second Fridays event.The Nov. 12 Second Fridays event will be themed “Tinsel and Traditions.”
LaCretia Konan describes her work ethic as “I do what I do because that’s who I am.” Konan was named the 2021 Athena Award recipient Tuesday during the 32nd annual Athena Award reception held at Northern Illinois University’s Barsema Alumni and Visitor’s Center in DeKalb.
The DeKalb Chamber of Commerce’s annual Spooktacular trick-or-treating event is back and ready to roll into downtown DeKalb in time for Halloween.
Local community leaders will host a public meeting Wednesday to address crime and the increased number of shootings in the Annie Glidden North neighborhood. “We hope they will get a better understanding as everyday citizens on how they can do their part,” said Rev. Joe Mitchell.