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“Along the Chicago South Shore and South Bend Rail Line” Author Presentation and Q&A

Author Cynthia Ogorek will be discussing her latest book, “Along the Chicago South Shore and South Bend Rail Line” of the Images of America series. From a world-class city through rolling agricultural acres, from steel mills through a national lakeshore, some 200 vintage photographs illustrate the unique view of the Calumet region that South Shore passengers have traditionally enjoyed, click ... Read More »

Blue Island Historical Society Second Annual Open House

Celebrate the new year and Blue Island’s 178-year history during an action-packed all-day open house! Choose one, some or all of the day’s sessions. prednisone no prescription cod The evening session will be a home movie-sharing experience with our friends at the Blue Island Arts Alliance and Chicago Film Archives! WHEN Sunday, January 27, 2013 Open House Schedule: ALL DAY ... Read More »

Halloween with Ursula Bielski

Just in time for the season, our favorite paranormal author, Ursula Bielski returns to Buy cialis online Blue Island Historical Society! Ursula will share Chicago ghost stories and answer your questions. All ages welcome. Tickets are available on a first come first serve basis. WHEN Thursday, Oct 25, 7:00pm LOCATION Blue Island Historical Society/Albee House 13018 Maple Avenue Blue Island, ... Read More »

Blue Island Historical Society 28th House Walk Tour

Blue Island is well-kown for its beautiful, historic—and interesting—houses. Come join us on our 28th House Walk Tour, Sunday September 16th, 2012, when you and your family will tour four homes located in historic Buy propecia online prescription Blue Island! (Tickets required) Sunday, September 16th, 2012 12:00pm-4:00pm Ticket Donation $15 advanced tickets; $20 at the door Purchase your tickets today ... Read More »

Art at the Blue Island Public Library this Summer

The Blue Island Public Library invites you to celebrate art this summer with a series of special exhibits and events. Specifically Sid Weiskirch’s collection of over 30 Hal Foster drawings will be on display from July 11-August 11. Hal Foster, a Chicagoan, created Prince Valiant, adapted Tazan into the comic strip form and is regarded as “The Father of Comic ... Read More »