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What to do and when to know in DeKalb County Illinois. This category contains featurettes of happenings around the county. Be sure to check out The Best Event Calendar on any side of the Kishwaukee River! for more coverage.

Make sure you plan to take the kids to STEMfest this Saturday afternoon, October 19th, 2013 from 10am through 5pm. STEMfest is a free community event that packs NIU’s Convocation Center with hands-on interactive exhibits, activities, and competitions. Northern Illinois University STEM departments, student groups, regional corporations, museums, educators,...
  Closing out our Summer Concert Series with pure, 100% all natural classic rock-n-roll and a non-stop party to go along with it, the Sycamore Park District gives you Five Guys Named Moe! Having opened for many national touring acts and touring around the Midwest themselves, the MOE’S have become one...
Join in the Welcome Home for Corporal Matthew P. Morris, Kilo Company, USMC this Sunday, July 24th. He is a U.S. Marine who has been deployed to Iraq three times and Afghanistan one time.  Currently stationed in North Carolina at Camp Lejune, Corporal Matthew P. Morris is married and...
Come join Genoa Park District for some enjoyable music at their Summer Concert in the Park. Bring your lawn chair and blanket and sit back and relax and enjoy some great music. The band dupage  will be bringing their mix of Rock, R & B, Pop and Adult Alternative that...
Join them at The House Cafe as they welcome back the always terrific Jazz In Progress for a special evening of wonderful music! The Jazz in Progress organization was formed for musical, charitable, and educational purposes, to support its mission to advance the appreciation, performance, and history of jazz music...
Beginning in February and continuing through April, NIU STEM Outreach is presenting interactive hands-on science classes to help students in grade 4 and up explore scientific concepts on everything from the physical properties of sound waves to the forces that keep roller coasters from flying off their tracks. Students...
This Saturday January 27th Hope Haven will hold its annual “Hoedown for the Homeless” at St. Mary’s Memorial Hall, 322 Waterman Street in Sycamore. The event will start at 6:30 pm with a live acoustic set by the country western Ethan Bell Band then the full band will jam...
Come and celebrate the traditional downtown DeKalb Holly Days with family and friends this weekend.  There will be in-store specials, treats, music, and merriment for all.  It’s a great opportunity to start your holiday shopping at one of the many unique and...
Indian Valley Theatre will once again be performing their infamous Melodramas at the Sandwich Fair, Sept. 7-11. Audiences will be treated to TWO classic and comedic melodramas chocked full of puns and jokes galore. “Alias Smedley Pewtree or…The Villain of Glitter Gultch” and “Showtime on the Showboat or…Don’t Throw Garbage in the River”. “Alias...
Why get up early and fight the crowds on Black Friday?  You should sleep in and then head over to TAILS Humane Society and adopt a pet!  TAILS is offering a 50% discount on all black dogs and cats six months and older from noon-7pm on Friday November 25th. Dogs...
Join the National Bank and Trust (NB&T) for a VIP Business After Hours & Grand Opening Celebration in downtown DeKalb  this Thursday, September 27th. Enjoy two floors of heavy appetizers, complimentary beverages, and prize giveaways. Take a look around their brand new downtown DeKalb location. NB&T Square is located at...
Join them at the 5th Annual Pie Auction benefiting Family Service Agency’s Senior Services program. This Thursday, November 16th, at Faranda’s Banquet Center in DeKalb, homemade pies from the community will be auctioned off by Almburg Auctioneers. But Wait!!! Paired with each auctioned pie is a beautiful basket filled...