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Where Illinois Began Bicentennial Celebration

Liberty Bell of the West Chapter, Illinois Society, NSDAR

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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

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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.


1917: Catalyst for the Modern Era

DuPage County Historical Museum

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The DuPage County Historical Museum’s current exhibit, 1917: Catalyst for the Modern Era, explores the world as it appeared 100 years ago. It describes American participation in WWI and changes in gender roles, clothing, technology, and medicine. The loss from the war and disease in the wake of the war are depicted along with other changes in American life that set the stage for a modern era.

The exhibit will be on view until July 30, 2018.
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