Celebrate beautiful Nature and the rich History of our Area on Saturday, September 12th from 10am-1pm!
Bring the whole family to tour scenic wildlife, learn about the history of our railroads, and enjoy displays of memorabilia from times long past in Chenoa, Fairbury, Chatsworth, and Forrest, IL.
Visit any of all of these locations
Tour the Historical Society Museum and Chenoa’s New Library!
Visit Fairbury Echoes Museum plus checkout a nearby sidewalk display of local wildlife! Also, experience a walk through a pollinator garden at Munz Nature Park (south on South 1st Street near Fairbury Waterworks.)
Tour the Forrest Depot & Hampsher Hotel and learn about local railroad history while enjoying snacks in a brown bag! Also, visit Jerry’s Hat Museum at 201 N Beech St.
Stop by the Central Illinois Connection Center to learn more about The Bluebird Project, fun activities for children, a display of local Native American artifacts and words of wisdom from Jodi Martin, a local Native American resident. The School House Museum & Caboose will also be open for touring.
Visit any or all of the locations to learn about area nature, wildlife, and the rich history of our rural communities! *social distancing to be observed
Celebrate Nature and Area History
Saturday, September 12, 2020 at 10 AM – 1 PM
Hosted by Community Connection of Central Illinois
A huge thank you to sponsors for this event!
Sun Ag, Inc.
One Earth Energy
The Financial Center, Inc.