What's Going On

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.

It’s not too early to think about holiday gifts for friends and family. The 24th annual Wonderful World of Christmas Craft Show is a good place to start shopping. The show is this Sunday, Nov. 11 from 10-4 at the Genoa-Kingston High School just west of downtown Genoa on...

The Role of the DCEDC

The role of DeKalb County Economic Development Corporation will be the topic of this month's Brown Bag Lunch, sponsored by thr Sycamore History Museum. The lunch will be held this Thursday, January 5, at the Federated Church, 612 W. State Street, Sycamore. Paul Borek, Executive Director of the DeKalb County Economic Development...
This Thursday, June 24th, there will be a free outdoor screening of Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs! in Downtown Sycamore. Based on the children’s book, this animated adventure follows a scientist who tries to solve world hunger only to see things go awry as food falls from the...
Downtown DeKalb welcomed Santa last night in a City truck, accompanied by the DHS band. Walk with Santa in Sycamore is tonight, Santa arrives at the Midwest Museum of Natural History, in Sycamore at 5:30pm. Parade with Santa, Mrs. Claus and elves through downtown Sycamore to the traditional courthouse...
Phyllis Horst tells stories and sings songs to audiences of all ages. With the help of her guitar, her humor, and her bag of strange things she will take children and adults to wonderful places in their imagination. From frogs, to princes, to the moon and back again. Sit...
Pack your lunch and join Donna Langford on Thursday, June 6, 2019 for a discussion on innovation in and around the DeKalb County area. Langford has an extensive background in anthropology and history, having earned two Masters degree's in Anthropology and Arts in Textiles History. Currently Langford holds the...
Today is Kishwaukee College's High School Visit Day. Come to Kishwaukee College between 9am and noon today to begin down your bright future path. Learn, discover, explore and become who you need to be, want to be, always dreamed you’d be! Kishwaukee College is located at 21193 Malta Rd....
The Northern Illinois University Art Museum is excited to announce the fall 2012 Get-on-the-Bus trips. Want to meet other art lovers, keep up with what’s happening in the art world, see innovative historical exhibits, and travel without the hassle of traffic, tolls, and parking? —Then Get-on-the-Bus and enjoy the...
Did you enter the work force immediately after you graduated high school? After working for several years are you ready to re-tool and go back to school? If so, you may want to apply for the Renaissance Scholarship which will award $1000 to a DeKalb County resident who has...
Observations and comments about state government by State Representative Robert W. Pritchard. Illinois has been molded and directed by the influence of many cultures including our Welch heritage which we celebrate on March 1.  This day is recognized as St. David’s Day in Illinois with the wearing of daffodils, eating...
Spanish Sangria and Tapas Tasting Come to Tapa La Luna this Thursday evening for a unique Spanish Sangria and Tapas Tasting. Take a Tour of Tapas from Spain right here in DeKalb. Admission is $15, $12 for NIU Students with ID. The event runs from 7-10pm. Tapa La Luna is located...
Spring is here and with it comes the growing season. Join Re:New DeKalb Rise and Revitalize for an exciting conversation about how business owners are growing their businesses in downtown DeKalb. May Rise and Revitalize Meeting has been rescheduled for Wednesday, June 1 at 8:30...