News about a holiday from Shaw Local
3 drop-off centers will be offered in Joliet for string lights until Jan. 31
Enjoy a gallery of 23 photos of Joliet’s Christmas past.
Enjoy a glimpse of Joliet during the holidays during years past.
A Christmas party to benefit Wish Upon a Rescue and Trinity Services, Inc will be held 7 to 10 p.m. Friday at ROXY Lockport, 1017 S State St Lockport. Features include live music by The BackBeat, cash bar, snacks and friendly ugly sweater competition. Admission is $10.
Sarah Randolph of Joliet recently rehomed several organs. She now is looking for a museum to accept her family's 100-year-old fruitcake.
Cyan Bradley, 16, of Plainfield will portray St. Lucia on Sunday at at the Church of Good Shepherd Evangelical Covenant in Joliet. Her father, Jake Bradley, lead pastor, feels Lucia Fest has deep meaning for people today.
Polo Christmas Festival organizers say there was a “great turnout” for the fourth annual event, despite the chilly weather.
Merry Market, a two-day, pop-up holiday market of more than 30 local vendors, will return to downtown DeKalb for the season this weekend.
Wheaton-Naperville Infant Welfare invites the community to join in “Lighting a Candle for a Child.”
Thousands of people pack the Woodstock Square for the Lighting of the Square Friday, Nov. 25, 2022, in Woodstock. The annual event featured brass music, caroling, free doughnuts and cider, food trucks, festive selfie stations and shopping.
Promising to be the boldest and brightest winter lights show ever at the botanical garden, Illumination: Tree Lights at The Morton Arboretum will celebrate its 10th anniversary from Nov. 19 through Jan. 7 in Lisle.
The Stage Coach Players outreach committee is once again holding a Thanksgiving food drive to provide holiday meals to needy families in the area. As we move further into the holiday season they will also be doing an angel tree collecting gifts for families in need.
Joliet Jewish Congregation will host its annual spaghetti dinner from 3 to 7 p.m. Sunday at 250 N. Midland Ave. in Joliet. Dinner includes “a mountain” of spaghetti, salad, bread, beverage, and cookies.
Two bunnies ready to hop to it during brimming lineup of events for families.