HANOVER–The Jo Daviess Conservation Foundation, in cooperation with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, is hosting an informational workshop covering native bees in the Jo Daviess County area on Saturday, Aug. 4.
SINSINAWA, Wis.–Being a caregiver for someone who is dealing with long-term health issues can be challenging and isolating. You want to do the best for your loved one, but how are you caring for yourself?
EAST DUBUQUE–East Dubuque District Library is sponsoring a history walking tour.
ELIZABETH–Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church is inviting area youth to travel to the stars through Space Station, its Vacation Bible School.
ELIZABETH– The Planetary Studies Foundation (PSF) will host a one-hour program about Mars on Saturday, July 21 at 1 p.m. at 115 N. Main St., Elizabeth.
ELIZABETH–Registrations are now being accepted for Splash Canyon Vacation Bible School at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 411 W. Catlin St., Elizabeth.
JO DAVIESS COUNTRY–The Northwest Illinois Forestry Association (NIFA) will sponsor two Chain Saw Safety and Woods Worker (SAWW) Courses near Elizabeth this month, a Level 1 Session, Wednesday, July 25; and a Level 2 Session, Thursday, July 26.
FREEPORT–Highland Community College Agriculture Department in partnership with Extension will be hosting a soybean research demonstration on Aug. 29 at HCC’s research plot located, 3472 W. Loras Drive, Freeport.
SINSINAWA, Wis.–Sinsinawa Memory Café will be held Thursday, July 26, 1-2:30 p.m. Tom Johnson returns for an afternoon of music and a sing-a-long.
STOCKTON–As in the years past, the Stockton Heritage Museum will host a pilot’s reunion on Sunday, July 22 at 1:30 p.m. at the museum, 131 W. Front Ave., Stockton.
FREEPORT–On Saturday, July 28, the Northwest Illinois Audubon Society will host the Elkhorn Creek Butterfly Festival, 1-5 p.m.
GALENA–Did you know the word wed was the word for money, property or horses that a groom paid to the father of the bride to seal the transaction of buying the bride?