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  All Day Ashley McCrady Benefit   Benefit will be held in Divernon, IL on the town square. This benefit is to help with the cost of medical bills for Ashley McCrady,27, who suffered a brain stem stroke in February of this year. There will be live music, silent auction, washer tournament, food, and more! A great event for a great cause!
 
  All Day Habitat for Humanity - Let's Make Dinner   Join Habitat for Humanity and invest about one hour to create the meals you choose, completely hassle-free. Let’s make dinner provides all the ingredients, prep work and clean up; you prepare the meals to your personal taste and take them home to your freezer for quick, healthy and home-cooked dishes you and your family will love. For more information please visit www.letsmakedinner.biz.
 
  All Day Atlanta Fall Festival   Sept. 5-6-7, 2013. Atlanta Fall Festival includes food, a carnival, a parade, children's activities and local royalty. Information: Tom Parks 217-648-2484.103 SW Arch Street.
 
  All Day Pekin Marigold Festival   2013 Pekin Marigold Festival. September 5, 6, 7, and 8. It's always the weekend after Labor Day! The first festival was held in 1973, and now, young and old look forward to our 40th festival. With events and fun throughout Pekin over a span of several days, it is unlikely Everett Dirksen or the members of the original Marigold Festival Committee could have imagined what a fantastic event the Marigold Festival would eventually become! Special Guests This Year -------Daniel Logan--Born and raised in Auckland, New Zealand, Daniel Logan started acting when he was 10 years old. At the top of this young actor’s growing resume sits ”STAR WARS: Episode II - Attack of the Clones,” with the coveted role of Boba Fett. Daniel has recently reprised his role as the voice of Boba Fett in the animated television series “STAR WARS: The Clone Wars.” Logan currently resides in Los Angeles and is continuing a career in acting. Tom Kane--Although best known as the voice of Jedi Master Yoda, Tom's busycareer includes Movie Trailers, Commercials, Network Promos, Games and Cartoons, with lead roles in Powerpuff Girls, Robot Chicken, Kim Possible, Avengers, Foster's Home, Iron Man, Wild Thornberrys, Wolverine and the X-Men and feature films such as Shrek, Rugrats and The Smurfs. Tom was also the announcer for the 78th, 80th, 83rd & 84th Academy Awards. Other Special Guests 501st Legion--The 501st Legion, Mandalorian Mercs, and the Rebel Legion are international fan-based Star Wars™ organizations which promote the love of Star Wars™, the creation of quality costumes, and the spirit of volunteerism. Schedule Autograph Sessions: Saturday 1-4pm & Sunday 1-3pm Celebrity Tents on Pavilion Drive Q & A Session: Sunday 12-12:45p Pavilion
 
  All Day Arenzville Burgoo Festival   Burgoo kettle service begins at 8 a.m. on both days. (Kettle service is usually suspended in mid-morning, but the soup line sales - by the bowl - continue until the soup runs out, usually around 7 p.m.) If you are driving from a distance to get burgoo, please note the above times so you will not be disappointed. Friday------ 5:30 pm - Little Miss & Mr. Burgoo, followed by Junior Miss 7:30 pm - Good Ole Boys Band with Rusty Barr & Burr Smith Saturday------ 8:30 am - 5k run/walk - Run for the Goo 10:00 am - Kids' Contests 11:00 am - Talent Contest 11:00 am - Tractor Pull 3:00 pm - Kids' Parade 4:00 pm - Frog & Turtle Races 5:00 pm - THS Varsity Cheerleaders with Little Campers Evening Entertainment for 2013: 6:00 pm - Lemen & Moon 6:50 pm - Blend 6:45 pm Allan Miller Trio 8:00 pm - Jimmy Fortune
 
  All Day Smoke on the River   Like the event itself, the reputation for Quincy's Smoke on the River barbecue contest continues to grow among pit masters. "We have a good reputation for being right on the river," 2012 event Chairman Art Awerkamp said. "They like that they're on pavement and not in the grass like they are at other events. They like the atmosphere of the event." The event, sponsored by the Quincy Exchange Club, has more than doubled in size since its inception seven years ago. Last year's event drew 39 participants. Once again, Smoke on the River will feature music and activities in addition to all the food. The event features pit masters from Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and Indiana. Watching the teams set up shop, Awerkamp said, is one of his favorite parts of the weekend. "It's fun to see guys with this huge equipment roll in," he said. "It's just a hobby for them." Certified judges will be taste-testing the barbecued offerings from Smoke on the River contestants. The grillers will be fighting for a top prize of $6,500. The award ceremony is scheduled for about 3 p.m. Saturday. All proceeds will go toward various Quincy Exchange Club projects. Kessler park. Fulle details at http://www.smokeontheriver.net/
 
  All Day South Jacksonville Celebration   Little Miss" on Friday night. Parade and concert on Saturday. Jerrod Niemann - Headliner Korn Krib 5K- September 7, 2013, Location: Behind Comfort Inn and Holiday Express. Registration 7 am Race starts @ 8 am South Jacksonville 2013 Celebration Parade. 10:00 A.M. - Saturday, September 7, 2013. PARADE ROUTE BEGINS AT CORNER OF EAST MICHICAN TURNING LEFT ON TO SOUTH MAIN STREET HEADING SOUTH, TURING RIGHT ON TO VANDALIA BACK UP TO DEWEY DRIVE South Jacksonville Celebration Craft and Flea Market- Saturday, September 7, 2013. Directly across from Village Hall & South School Intersection of South West St. and Dewey Drive details at http://www.southjacksonville.org/
 
  All Day Traditional and Bluegrass Music Festival   More than 100 musicians are expected to participate in the 32nd annual Traditional Music and Bluegrass Festival at Lincoln’s New Salem State Historic Site on Sept. 6 and 7. Performers from all over the Midwest will entertain on dulcimers, concertinas, bones, autoharps, fiddles, banjos and guitars. The free event begins at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 6, and runs until 10 that night. It picks up again at 10 o’clock Saturday morning and winds down at 5 in the evening. Anyone is welcome to join this weekend of impromptu jam sessions, but no electric instruments are permitted. Abraham Lincoln called New Salem his home for six years. The log buildings of the reconstructed village will be open and staffed by costumed interpreters portraying life in the 1830s. The New Salem Museum Shop and the New Salem Lincoln League Souvenir and Book Store will both be open, and The Bistro will be serving sandwiches, hot dogs, ice cream and ice-cold drinks. The festival is sponsored by the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, which administers Lincoln’s New Salem, and the New Salem Lincoln League. Lincoln’s New Salem State Historic Site is located 20 miles northwest of Springfield and two miles south of Petersburg on Route 97. A donation of $4 for adults, $2 for children or $10 per family is suggested.
 
  All Day Williamsville Fall Festival   Friday events run 5pm to 10:30 and include Car Cruise Friday from 5-8. Imagine That perfrrms 7:30-10:30pm plus food vendors. Saturday events run 8am to 10pm and include a Fishing Derby at 8am and 5K Walk/Run alo at 8. Plus Crfats food vendors, a Kids Corner, Little Miss and Miss Pagent and more. New City Road performs from 6-10. Full details at http://www.williamsville.illinois.gov/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=443:fall-festival-sept-6-a-7&catid=1:latest-n
 
  8:00AM 12:30PM Farmers Market   Live, work, play, and be healthy! Downtown Springfield, Inc. (DSI) invites the public to attend opening day ribbon cutting and festivities for the Old Capitol Farmers’ Market, presented by St. John’s Hospital, Wednesday, May 15 at 10 a.m.; with live music by the Frank Trompeter Quartet, Celebrity Chef Demonstration by Ashley Meyer of Real Cuisine Restaurant & Catering, and free cake (while it lasts) made by Incredibly Delicious. The Market will be held 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturday’s May 15 – October 26 and is located on Adams Street between Fifth and Second streets. With nearly three full blocks of vendors there is an outstanding variety of produce, baked goods, meats, cheese, plants and many other specialty items. The Market accepts LINK, Debit, and Credit Card transactions for the purchase of Market Tokens ($1.00 each). The Market Token Station will be located at Development Services Group, 401 E. Adams (NE corner of Fourth and Adams) and available 8 a.m. to noon each Market day. Vendors will also continue to accept cash, checks, WIC and Senior Coupons. DSI again received grant funding from LINK UP Illinois to provide Double Value tokens for Link cardholders; LINK UP Illinois is a program of Experimental Station, in partnership with Wholesome Wave and the Illinois Farmers Market Association. LINK customers may receive a maximum of $10 of Double Value tokens per market day until grant funds are expended.
 
  12:00PM 4:00PM Home Tours   April 20 through Sept. 30, Iles House open to the public Wednesdays and Saturdays, noon to 4 p.m. Visitors are introduced to the history and architecture of the Iles House, Springfield’s oldest home, and provided tours of the house and the Barringer collection of early Illinois furnishings. The new Iles House exhibit: Camp Butler: A Civil War Story is featured in the downstairs Springfield Museum. The story is told through artifacts and documents, many from private collections. Curators will be on hand to talk about collections, and refreshments will be served. Donations encouraged. Visiting Artisans Program. Saturdays through Sept, the house will have blacksmith, civil war cooking, shoemaker, and more. Sixteen different crafters from 10 a.m to 4 p.m.
 
  8:00AM 1:00PM Taylorville Farmers Market   Saturdays through Oct. 27. Fresh, locally grown produce. East side of the square.
 
  7:30PM 10:00PM Rent by the Springfield Muni   Rent by the Springfield Muni Set in the East Village of New York City, RENT is about love, finding your voice and living for today. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, RENT has become a pop cultural phenomenon with songs that rock, and a story that resonates with audiences of all ages. Based loosely on Puccini's La Bohème, RENT follows a year in the life of a group of friends struggling to make it in the big city. AIDS and both its physical and emotional complications pervade the lives of Roger, Mimi, Tom, and Angel; Maureen deals with her chronic infidelity through performance art; her partner, Joanne, wonders if their relationship is worth the trouble; Benjamin has sold out his Bohemian ideals in exchange for a hefty income and is on the outs with his former friends; and Mark, an aspiring filmmaker, feels like an outsider to life in general, always behind the camera recording events but never playing a part. Reserved Seating: Patrons: $14.00 Seniors/Military Patrons: $12.00 General Admission (Lawn Seating): Adults - $10.00 Seniors/Military/Students - $8.00 Children (3-12) - $6.00 2 and Under - FREE www.themuni.org
 
  7:30PM n/a Rent   The Springfield Municipal Opera (The Muni) and Springfield Clinic will present Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize–winning musical, Rent, for three consecutive weekends, Sept. 6-7, 12-14 and 19-21 (no Wednesday or Sunday Performances) at 7:30 p.m. at its outdoor amphitheater located at 815 East Lake Drive in Springfield. The 7:30 p.m. start time is an all-new time as well as September being a first time extension of its season for the Springfield Muni Opera and allows enjoying the beautiful fall weather and takes advantage of the earlier sunsets in September. Rent is the cutting-edge musical, based on Puccini’s opera La Boehme that electrified a whole generation of theatergoers. Rent tells the story of seven friends in the AIDS-ravaged New York City of the 1990s: Roger, Mimi, Tom, Angel, Maureen, Joanne and Mark share their struggle to support themselves and celebrate their lives in spite of the crises that confront them, from shifting romantic entanglements to preserving their artistic integrity to the life-and-death struggle with a disease that is threatening almost everyone they know. Through its powerful rock score, RENT explores the lives of a community of young artists who choose to celebrate life while coping with disease and poverty. Contains mature themes and strong language Reserved seating tickets are $14 with a special $12 price for seniors, students, children and Military; and are available by calling (217) 793-MUNI or online at www.TheMuni.org. General admission tickets (lawn seating) are available before each show at the Muni box office which will open 60 minutes prior to show time for $10 adults, $8 students, $6 children (3-12), and ages 2 and under are free.
 
  7:00AM 3:00PM Illinois Secretary of State Vehicle Show/Swap Meet   Please join us on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013, for the 64th Illinois Secretary of State Vehicle Show and Swap Meet in downtown Springfield. The car show is held rain or shine at the corner of Second and Capital Streets, in front of the State Capitol Building. First-, second- and 3rd-place awards will be given in more than 57 classes for antique cars, trucks, motorcycles, tractors, RVs and scooters. One Marquee Award celebrating the Chrysler will be given and one Illinois State Champion will be recognized. Registration is $20 after September 1. Special event license plates are available to celebrate this historic event. The show's registration tent will open at 7 a.m. and close firmly at 10 a.m. All cars are parked on a first-come, first served basis. Judges will convene at 10:30 a.m. under the tent for a quick meeting, and judging will begin at approximately 10:45 a.m. Awards are presented at approximately 3 p.m. Pricing & Ticket Info: Free to Public. $5.00 to display vehicle/$20 for judged entry.
 
  8:00AM 10:00AM UIS Clinical Lab Science Fundraiser Breakfast   University of Illinois at Springfield - Clinical Laboratory Science Club is hosting an Applebee's Breakfast Fundraiser. Money raised will fund a scholarship available to CLS Seniors. Pricing & Ticket Info: $5 - All you can eat breakfast Children 5 and under - Free. At the Applebees at 2554 Sunrise Dr
 
  9:00AM 4:00PM Navy Club Ship 32 Auxiliary Craft Show   Proceeds will go to Veterans and various charities that the Navy Club Ship 32 Auxiliary supports. Booths available for a non-refundable fee of $25.00 Pricing & Ticket Info: Free to public. Navy Club Ship 32, 3100 Stanton Avenue
 
  10:00AM 12:00PM Document Shredding Event   CINTAS Document Management and Laketown Neighborhood Association are hosting a free document shredding event to all Springfield residents. All paper documents are accepted. Pricing & Ticket Info: two non-perisable food items donation Location: AMF Laketown Lanes, 3220 Stanton St
 
  12:00PM 5:00PM SOB Festival   Other cities have craft beer festivals. Why not Springfield? It was a casual conversation between a few local Springfield business owners, who then realized that, with a little bit of teamwork, they could make it happen. The organizers simply wanted to bring a quality beer fest to Springfield, support Midwest craft brewers and have a good time! In addition, they decided to donate all profits to a local Springfield or Sangamon County charity. The first Springfield Oyster and Beer Festival, held September 11, 2010, was a great success, and so much fun, they decided to do it again! The 2011 event featured over 50 local and nationally-recognized craft beer vendors, oysters, other seafood selections, and traditional “pub grub,” too. Once again, this year the SOB Festival will be held in the parking lot of The Inn at 835. Rain or shine, we invite you to join us for excellent craft beer, great good, exhibits, first-rate entertainment, and help us support our community, too. $20 in advance, $25 day of event. Tickets available at Obed & Isaac’s Microbrewery and Eatery, the Inn at 835, or online www.sobfestival.com.
 
  12:00PM 6:00PM The A-Maze-ing Corn Maze   Open weekends from Sept. 7/8 through Oct. 12/13, PLUS open Monday, Oct. 14. Saturdays – 11-6, Sundays – 12-6 and Monday (Oct. 14) – 10-2. The location– on the curve in Auburn, 14100 State Route 4 – on the property of the Auburn United Methodist Church. Admission prices - $5 per person, 5 and under free. More information can be found on the church’s website: Auburn-UMC.org or the church’s e-mail auburnunitedmethodist@gmail.com
 
  1:00PM n/a Historic Bicycle Ride   Join the Springfield Bicycle Club on a free, 8-mile bicycle tour of Lincoln-related and other Springfield historic sites. This event is held annually on the day prior to the Capital City Century. Approximately two hours. Naomi and Kevin Greene, 793-9622. At Capitol Complex Visitors Center, 425 S. College St., Springfield, IL 62704
 
  1:00PM 4:00PM Spirits of the Civil War   The Lincoln Tomb State Historic Site offers a special day of history on Saturday, Sept. 7, with presentations on Abraham Lincoln’s least-known son, African-American heroes of the Civil War and immigration in central Illinois. In addition, the historic interpreters of the 114th Illinois Volunteer Infantry will appear at the tomb from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to give visitors a look at what life was like in the Union Army. The “Spirits of the Civil War” events begin at 1 p.m. with Tom Emery, a freelance writer and historical researcher from Carlinville. In “Eddie: Lincoln’s Forgotten Son,” he’ll look at the life of Edward Baker Lincoln, the second son of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln, who died in 1850 before the age of 4. At 2 o’clock, two African-American heroes of the Civil War will be brought back to life. Andrew Jackson Smith was a fugitive slave who made his way to Clinton, Ill., and then to Boston, where he joined the 55th Massachusetts Infantry. Smith was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor by President Bill Clinton in 2001. Martin Delany, a recruiter, was one of the very few African-Americans who became officers during the Civil War. He once met with Lincoln to discuss the role of black soldiers. Smith is portrayed by his grandson, Andrew Bowman. Delany is portrayed by Khabir Shareef of the Storyteller’s Drum from Indianapolis, Ind. And at 3 o’clock Cathy Mosley presents “A New Home in Sangamon,” a look at the lives of immigrants settling in Sangamon County during the 1860s. Mosley brings 26 years of performing experience to delivering the stories of these settlers. The traveling exhibit “To Kill and to Heal: Weapons and Medicine of the Civil War” will be on display in the Tomb’s rotunda throughout September. This exhibit was produced by the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum and is sponsored with the Looking for Lincoln Heritage Coalition. The events are sponsored by the Lincoln Monument Association and the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, which operates the Lincoln Tomb. The tomb, along with the state’s World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War Memorials, is located in Springfield’s Oak Ridge Cemetery at 1500 Monument Avenue. All are open daily for free tours.
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