2005

September  |  October  |  November  |  December

Calendar listings on this page are based on announcements provided to Lincoln Daily News.
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let us know about changes and additional events. Thank you.

 

September


Wednesdays & Saturdays through October

WHO: Public
WHAT: Farmers' markets
Call 732-6962 for more information.

WHERE:
Latham Park

WHEN: Wednesday and Saturday mornings

Through Oct. 22

SPONSOR: Harvest of Talents for World Hunger
WHO:
Owners of vehicles registered in Illinois
WHAT:
Special event license plates promoting Harvest Day in Lincoln
Cost is $20 per set. A legible copy of your valid vehicle registration and a driverís license number required.  Only a limited number of plates will be available for first-come, first-served.

WHERE:
Contact harvest@lincolnil.us or call Lincoln Christian Church at 732-7618.
WHEN: Legal license plates available for your vehicle Aug. 24 through Oct. 22

Saturday, Sept. 24

SPONSOR: Railsplitter Antique Auto Club
WHO: Public
WHAT: Open cruise-in
[See article.]
WHERE: Downtown Lincoln
WHEN: 5:30-9 pm

Friday, Sept. 30

SPONSORS: Lincoln Land Concert Association and Lincoln Christian College and Seminary
WHO: Public
WHAT: Illinois Symphony Orchestra concert
[See article.]
WHERE: Lincoln Christian College and Seminary, Earl C Hargrove Chapel
WHEN: 7 pm

 

October


Monday, Oct. 3

SPONSOR: Central Illinois Community Blood Center
WHO: Public
WHAT: Blood drive
WHERE:
Logan County Paramedic Association building, 1300 N. Postville Drive

WHEN: Noon-6 pm

Saturday, Oct. 8

SPONSORS: Logan County Joint Solid Waste Agency, Lincoln Junior Woman's Club, Saint-Gobain Containers, Wal-Mart
WHO:
Public
WHAT: Glass recycling
WHERE:
Parking lot at Lincoln Wal-Mart
WHEN:
9 am-noon

SPONSORS: The Christian Village
WHO:
Public
WHAT:
"Musical Cavalcade" -- two concerts with talented musical volunteers, a fundraiser for the activity department of the Christian Nursing Home
WHERE:
Christian Nursing Home, 1507 Seventh St., activity room
WHEN:
2 pm and 5:30 pm

Monday, Oct. 10

SPONSOR: National MS Society, Greater Illinois Chapter
WHO: Public
WHAT:
Multiple sclerosis support group
For more information, contact Brenda at (217) 737-7697 or call 1 (800) FightMS [1 (800) 344-4867]

WHERE:
Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Conference Room A
WHEN: 7-8:30 pm

Saturday, Oct. 22

SPONSOR: Harvest of Talents for World Hunger
WHO: Public invited, all ages
WHAT:
22nd annual Harvest of Talents for World Hunger
Breakfast, lunch, snacks, specialty areas of handcrafted items for sale. Something for everyone. Exciting auction of unique handmade items.
All proceeds for hunger relief around the world
Contact (217) 732-7618 or harvest@lincolnil.us.

WHERE:
Lincoln Christian Church
Handicapped-accessible facility, parking

WHEN: All day; doors open at 7 am; auction at 2 pm

 

November


Saturday, Nov. 5

SPONSOR: Logan County Courthouse Centennial Committee
WHO: Public
WHAT: 100th anniversary celebration of the Logan County Courthouse
[See article.]
WHERE: Logan County Courthouse
WHEN: 1-5 pm

Monday, Nov. 7

SPONSOR: Central Illinois Community Blood Center
WHO: Public
WHAT: Blood drive
WHERE:
Logan County Paramedic Association building, 1300 N. Postville Drive

WHEN: Noon-6 pm

Monday, Nov. 14

SPONSOR: National MS Society, Greater Illinois Chapter
WHO: Public
WHAT:
Multiple sclerosis support group
For more information, contact Brenda at (217) 737-7697 or call 1 (800) FightMS [1 (800) 344-4867]

WHERE:
Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Conference Room A
WHEN: 7-8:30 pm

 

December


Monday, Dec. 5

SPONSOR: Central Illinois Community Blood Center
WHO: Public
WHAT: Blood drive
WHERE:
Logan County Paramedic Association building, 1300 N. Postville Drive

WHEN: Noon-6 pm

Monday, Dec. 12

SPONSOR: National MS Society, Greater Illinois Chapter
WHO: Public
WHAT:
Multiple sclerosis support group
For more information, contact Brenda at (217) 737-7697 or call 1 (800) FightMS [1 (800) 344-4867]

WHERE:
Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Conference Room A
WHEN: 7-8:30 pm

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