If you would like your event considered for the Calendar, please email your request as early as possible to Events@wics.com.
Please include the date of the event in the e-mail subject line and the following details within the body of the email (not as an attachment).
- event date
- event time
- event location (street address and city)
- event cost (if applicable) and who benefits from the fees/donations
- a brief description
- public contact information if our community has further questions (phone number, website, email address, Facebook page)
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WEDNESDAYS through April 24
BINGO NIGHTS (Wednesdays 5:30 - 6:30pm; Erin's Pavilion, SPRINGFIELD) It’s a great time to come out and play Bingo with friends! Join us for a night of fun, excitement, and the chance to shout “BINGO!” Hangout and make new friends at this weekly program. You might even win a prize. Minimum of 10 people, Maximum of 30 people. For people of all abilities, ages 8+. Bingo - Cover All - Four Corners | Call 217-585-2941 ext. 2303 for more info or to sign up. Please register one week in advance. www.springfieldparks.org
Now through April 29
A Decade of Vision and Literature (9:00am; The Chatham Area Public Library, CHATHAM) The Chatham Area Public Library 10th Annual Call to Entry Juried Art Show, A Decade of Vision and Literature, will feature the artistic talents of 24 local artists. The show will feature 45 pieces of art work which will be displayed throughout the library, February 16th – April 29th, 2019, during normal library operation hours: Monday – Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
For a complete list of artists visit our website, www.chathamlib.org, or contact the Library at 217-483-2713 for information about the art show and upcoming art events.
“Take Back the Night” Growing Strong Sexual Assault Center (6:00- 9:00pm; Central Park, DECATUR) FREE; Join us in raising awareness in the community about sexual violence and how to prevent it. March to follow rally. Contact info: Cathy Byers at 217-428-0770; firstname.lastname@example.org
Springfield Park District Committee Meeting (5:30pm; Bunn Admin Offices, 2500 S 11th St., SPRINGFIELD) Committee meetings will be held on Wednesday the week prior to Board meeting.
UIS Health & Wellness Fair (11:00am - 2:00pm; UIS Recreation and Athletic Center, SPRINGFIELD) Event is completely free. Free health screenings, prizes, samples. UIS Health Services: www.uis.edu/healthservices/
Lincoln Land Chapter ABATE 30th Annual HOPE Easter Run (12:00pm; meet at County Market on Dirksen/S Grand, SPRINGFIELD) Sign in at 12:00 - 12:45pm, KSU at 12:45pm to HOPE at 1:00pm. Go to homes 1:15 to 2:00pm. 13 homes with 5-6 youth in each home. Grab some friends and put Easter baskets together: 71 Easter Baskets. 50/50 Drawing.
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Springfield Park District Board Meeting (5:30pm; Bunn Admin Offices, 2500 S 11th St., SPRINGFIELD) Meetings will be held the 3rd Thursday of each month. All meetings are subject to change.
Preview Day at University of Illinois Springfield (10:00am - 2:00pm; UIS, SPRINGFIELD) Learn what UIS has to offer all students and get tips on admissions testing from ACT and transferring seamlessly from the Program Coordinator of IllinoisMyCreditsTransfer
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