Family Calendar & Concerts
Traveling Exhibit, 100th Anniversary, Spoon River Anthology (Fri. May 22, 2015 8:00 am - 5:00 pm)
Lewistown Carnegie Public Library
321 W Lincoln Ave
Lewistown, IL, 61542
This free-standing exhibit tells the story of the internationally known Spoon River Anthology. No other volume of poetry made such an immediate impact, both positive and negative, and few since have been so influential.
The new style of literary expression introduced by former Lewistown resident Edgar Lee Masters had a powerful impact on its readers and is now regarded as one of the classics of American literature. Set in the fictional town of "Spoon River", characters speak from beyond the grave to tell their life stories
The exhibit also discusses the uproar created by Spoon River Anthology in Masters's former hometown. Local people immediately recognized that the "fictional" town of "Spoon River" was not so fictional and that many of the Anthology characters were recognizable as their friends, neighbors, relatives, and even themselves.
This event will run April 30 to June 5. Come check it out!
Celebrate Recovery (Fri. May 22, 2015 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm)
Northwoods Community Church
10700 N. Allen Rd.
Peoria, IL 61615
The road to recovery is not meant to be traveled alone. Learn to walk with Jesus and with a church family. Experience Celebrate Recovery where you don’t have to journey alone.
Hundreds have experienced this powerful program to become free from life’s hurts and habits. By working through recovery principles found in the teachings of Jesus, you can and will change! Begin to experience true peace and you will no longer rely on dysfunctional, compulsive, or addictive behaviors as a temporary “fix” for your pain.
Free dinner and childcare provided. Meetings are every Friday.
Gilbert & Sullivan's "Gondoliers" (Fri. May 22, 2015 7:00 pm)
Dingeldine Music Center
1417 W Barker
Peoria, IL 61606
Peoria Cooperative Academy's Musical Theatre Class of 2015 is proud to present "Gondoliers" on Friday, May 22 and Saturday, May 23 at Dingeldine Music Center on the campus of Bradley University. Admission is free, but donations are welcome and accepted.