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  1. Calendar Overlay Preservation Month (3)

Preservation Month

  1. Elgin Downtown Historic District Tour

    May 22, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Meet in public parking lot at Riverside Dr. and Grove

    Elgin historian Jerry Turnquist will lead a tour around the Downtown Elgin Historic District featuring architectural gems and stories of how Elgin's downtown has changed and grown and changed again over the years.

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  2. Research Your House in Kane County

    May 24, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Gail Borden Public Library, Computer Training Room

    A house is historical in relation to its location, date of construction, architectural style, architect, and ownership. House research is a fascinating combination of legal, architectural, genealogical and cartographical studies. Seeking information about the history of a house is becoming faster and easier as governmental agencies make records available on the Internet. In this hands-on seminar, you can begin to look up information online about your house. Presenter Rebecca Hunter has been engaged in historical architectural research since 1997.

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  3. Memorial Day at Bluff City Cemetery

    May 28, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Bluff City Cemetery

    This year’s program will pay tribute to the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. The keynote speaker will be freelance reporter and historian, Dave Gathman, who will reflect on the war and Elgin’s involvement in the conflict. This ceremony will also include the Elgin Master Chorale and Larkin High School Band. Local students will continue the long held tradition of reading Lincoln's Gettysburg Address and General John Logan’s Orders which established Memorial Day.

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