Step back in time to 1876, when Grant was president and Queen Victoria ruled the British Empire. Enjoy an informative guided tour of the Banwarth family home and experience what everyday life was like during America's centennial year.
The recipient of the 2010 Governorís Home Town award, Elizabeth, Illinois is an exceptional destination for tourism. Rich in history and Midwestern culture, the village of Elizabeth is home to the Apple River Fort State Historical Site, the Chicago Great Western Railway Depot and Museum and the 1876 Banwarth House and Museum.
Do you like to make music? Join the Elizabeth Community Band! It doesn't matter when you played last, only that you want to play now! We will practice every Tuesday at 7:00 pm in the old school. If you are interested, or would like more information, please call: (815) 858-4219 or
email:firstname.lastname@example.org. We're also on Facebook!
Galena's ony bridal fair. Come visit area businesses who look forward to assisting you with your special event.
Spend the day with us and we will make sure your wedding day is everything you ever dreamed of. Planning and coordinating a wedding can be an extremely hectic process. At the Galena Bridal Fair you can handle every detail and enjoy it.
Whether you want your occasion to be large or small, simple or elaborate, traditional or contemporary, you can have peace of mind knowing that our vendors will be by your side making sure all the details are handled beautifully.
We have vendors from every area of service that you will need in the planning of your wedding day. Don't waste time running around when everything you need is right here at your fingertips
Official, state certified, destination marketing organization for Galena and Jo Daviess County. The Bureauís mission is to develop year-round sustainable tourism for Jo Daviess County in a manner that will favorably impact the county residentsí quality of life and economic well-being.
Visit the birthplace of the J.L. Kraft Corporation, founded in 1914 in Stockton by establishing a cheese factory. Our community is rich with historic treasures and offers visitors a glimpse into the great Midwest. Visit our website for local events and a list of businesses.