Check the Library Event Calendar for community meetings and events(highlighted in orange) that are being held at Lincoln Library.
10 Second Annual Trivia Night- Autism Society of Central Illinois
The Autism Society of Central Illinois is a 501c not-for-profit organization that operates entirely on donations and fundraising. Your contribution will help to provide educational and social programs for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their families. TO REGISTER YOUR TEAM: call 217-585-1421 OR email email@example.com . $100/Table, Up to 10 per team. Food, drinks and snacks available for purchase, BYOB. 50/50 Raffle, iPad Mini for Raffle. Location: Abraham Lincoln Unitarian Universalist Church, 745 Woodside Road, 6:30 p.m. Info., firstname.lastname@example.org
31 Crusader Aiders Craft Show
Craft Show hosted by the Crusader Aiders to help support all extra curricular activities and academic programs at Lutheran High School, 3500 W Washington, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
22 An American Ice Princess & Her Doll
A fall skating event and tea party!$15 ticket price includes: free skating and skate rental; visit to the manicure station and doll hair station; tea, hot chocolate and elegant desserts; chance to win the 2015 American Girl Doll of the Year "Grace"
Pre-registered ticket holders only will receive a goodie bag and a pair of doll ice skates. Sponsored by the Springfield Figure Skating Club at the Nelson Center Ice Rink, 1601 N. Fifth St., 12 p.m. Admission: $15 advance tickets / $20 for tickets sold at the door / $10 for SFSC members. For advanced tickets, email Angie: email@example.com or 217-753-2800.
The Carillon Belles are a group of ladies who work with the Rees Carillon Society to promote the Thomas Rees Memorial Carillon in Washington Park. If you would like information about joining this group, please, phone 217-787-3532 or visit http://carillon-rees.org/Get-Involved#Belles.
GROW in Illinois
A 12-step, community mental health support group program for people with mental health issues, emotional problems or who are having difficulties coping with life circumstances. Meetings are held weekly and are anonymous, free and confidential. For more information on GROW, 1-888-741-GROW or http://www.growinamerica.org/grow-in-illinois/illinois-grow-centers.
Illinois Products Farmers Market
Thursday Evenings 4-7 pm
May 8 – October 16
Illinois State Fairgrounds – Commodities Pavilion across from the grandstand
Fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, Illinois wine and craft beer, plants and flowers. Live entertainment, health screenings, kids activities and more! www.illinoisprod uctmarket.com
Illinois Symphony Guild of Springfield
The Guild actively supports the Illinois Symphony Orchestra by hosting events, including the popular "Meet the Conductor" luncheons. For more information, 217-572-1372.
Lincoln Land Stroke Support Network (LSSN)
LSSN is a network of stroke survivors and caregivers who support and educate stroke survivors and caregivers. For more information and meeting times contact 217-960-4263.
Do you like to read? Would you like to help others who cannot read? WUIS/WIPA Radio Information Service is a reading service for the print impaired which broadcasts newspapers, and magazines, and we need your help. If you are interested, please call Becky at (217) 206-6405.
Red Cross New Volunteer Orientations
Second Thursday of every month at 5:30 p.m. the Illinois Capital Area Chapter, 1045 Outer Park Dr., Springfield. Orientations cover the various volunteer opportunities available to those looking to get involved with the Red Cross and its various programs (includes Disaster Relief, a Meals on Wheels program, Services to the Armed Forces, Community Disaster Education, and Health & Safety education). Anyone looking for more information/sign up should call 217-787-7602 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.