Search
Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Newsroom

Bicentennial Event

The Recent Archaeological Fieldwork in McLean County at the Noble-Wieting Site

McLean County Museum of History

Elaine Evans 0 170 Article rating: No rating
In honor of the Bicentennial of Illinois, the Museum is pleased to welcome Dr. G. Logan Miller, assistant professor of anthropology at Illinois State University, who will present a program about the recent archaeological findings at the Noble-Wieting Site this past summer. The program will be held on Saturday, February 24 at 1:00 p.m. in the Museum’s Governor Fifer Courtroom and is free and open to the public. 

Illinois Bicentennial Birthday Party

Illinois Bicentennail Commission

Elaine Evans 0 143 Article rating: No rating
On December 3, 2018, we will celebrate Illinois’ 200th birthday with a gala party at the United Center in Chicago.

For 200 years Illinoisans have made exceptional contributions to their communities, to the State, to the country and to society. Throughout 2018, municipalities across the state, communities, colleges, museums, organizations and many others will share those names and stories. The Bicentennial Birthday Gala will be the culmination of a yearlong engagement to commemorate and archive the Illinois Bicentennial Hall of Fame.

Prairieland Chautauqua: “Illinois: A Bicentennial Celebration”

Morgan County Historical Society

Elaine Evans 0 144 Article rating: No rating
Under the auspices of the Morgan County Historical Society (MCHS), Prairieland Chautauqua will produce Illinois: A Bicentennial Celebration. This event consists of twelve, independent, hour-long programs presented over the Labor Day weekend, 2018, reflecting on 200 years of Illinois history. This event is free and open to the public.

Where Illinois Began Bicentennial Celebration

Liberty Bell of the West Chapter, Illinois Society, NSDAR

Elaine Evans 0 143 Article rating: No rating
The Liberty Bell of the West Chapter, Illinois Society, NSDAR will erect a monument in Chester, Illinois at a site between the Randolph County Court House and the Randolph County Museum. The monument will honor Randolph County's patriots of the American Revolution while recognizing the county's heritage as the birthplace of Illinois. The dedication of the monument will coincide with the observance of the Illinois Bicentennial.

Decatur Quilters Guild Celebrates Illinois Bicentennial

Elaine Evans 0 162 Article rating: No rating
The 37th Quilt Show sponsored by the Decatur Quilters Guild will be held at the Decatur Civic Center on June 29-30, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The featured speaker both days will be Suzi Perron, author of Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Movement. Over 200 quilts from Illinois quilting artists will be on display with a special display of past quilts by guild members. Many vendors featuring fiber arts for quilting enthusiasts will be present.


RSS
1234
Terms Of UsePrivacy StatementCopyright 2018 by Illinois State Historical Society
Back To Top