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By Ben Scott, Sep 07, 2017, Categories: News

News updates from the City of Darien for the months of September and October.

The revival of the “3-day” DarienFest

By Ben Scott, Sep 07, 2017, Categories: Today, News, Entertainment

All residents are invited to enjoy the festivities at the 30-year anniversary of DarienFest, Sept. 8–10. The traditional three-day fest returns by popular demand. by Christopher Lippi

The Allis-Chalmers tractor and plow return to Naper Settlement on Sept. 5

By Ben Scott, Sep 01, 2017, Categories: Today, News

The 1953 Allis-Chalmers WD45 tractor and plow, which was donated to the Naperville Heritage Society by the Wheatland Plowing Match Association, has been fully restored and will be returning to Naper Settlement on Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 9:30 a.m.

Stormwater Management to host Elmhurst Quarry tours on Sept. 30

By Ben Scott, Aug 29, 2017, Categories: Today, News

Stormwater Management Committee Chairman Jim Zay said DuPage County residents will have the opportunity to tour the Quarry to learn how the County uses it to manage floodwater, along with its history in the community.

Picosa presents songs of the earth, a vibrant program of chamber music that celebrates the beauty of nature

By Ben Scott, Aug 28, 2017, Categories: Today, News, Entertainment, Arts+Culture

Picosa brings a vibrant concert program to the stage on September 21st at 7:00pm at Mayslake Peabody Estate, 1717 W. 31st Street, Oak Brook; and October 1st at 7:00pm at PianoForte Chicago, 1330 S Michigan Avenue, Chicago.

Giving DuPage launches biggest service initiative in DuPage County history

By Ben Scott, Aug 10, 2017, Categories: Today, News

DuPage County Board Chairman Dan Cronin and Giving DuPage have launched the County’s biggest service campaign – Do GOOD DuPage. The year-long initiative promotes community service throughout the County, aiming to involve 150,000 people.

Magnet-Schultz of America celebrates 30 years of service

By Ben Scott, Aug 07, 2017, Categories: Today, News, Business

Mayor Ron Gunter presented Wolfgang Schultz and Greg Roskuszka with a Certificate of Recognition for their long-term contributions to the Westmont business community.

New exhibit celebrates the 125th anniversary of the Victorian Blodgett House

By Ben Scott, Aug 03, 2017, Categories: Today, News

The Downers Grove Museum has developed a temporary exhibit that explores the history of the Blodgett family and their significant impact on the growth of Downers Grove, the State of Illinois and the United States.

Goats return to feast at Downers Grove Park District

By Ben Scott, Aug 02, 2017, Categories: News

From August 1 to 19, a herd of 68 goats and sheep will assist with natural brush management over 5.8 acres at the Belmont Prairie Buffer located on Walnut Avenue and 1.2 acres at Patriots Park located at 55th Street and Grand Avenue in Downers Grove.

SEASPAR golf outing raises funds for special recreation

By Ben Scott, Aug 01, 2017, Categories: Health+Wellness, News, Sports

The South East Association for Special Parks And Recreation (SEASPAR) hosted its 15th annual Summer Golf Classic fundraiser on Friday, July 28 at the Woodridge Park District’s Village Greens of Woodridge.

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