Blue Island Illinois Events
This weekend we are hosting a celebration of the 175th birthday of Blue Island, Illinois, the oldest city in the United States. We bring hundreds of residents and visitors to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the historic city, enjoy the houses on foot and recognize significant beautification projects. Many of us will visit the city and its many historic buildings, such as the Old Town Hall, the Old Town Hall and the Old Town Hall.
The Blue Island School District pays the insurance costs for the store, which is set up for afternoon care. Shawn and Michelle's homemade ice cream was donated and our event sponsor, MetroSouth Medical Center, made the delicious cake.
History buffs can enjoy the historic Albee House, run by the Blue Island Historical Society. The Park District manages dozens of parks and facilities in the city and offers residents a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, biking, swimming, fishing and more. In addition, the city has always hosted a number of events, some of which compete with our own, as well as events in other cities.
The BIHS is located at Blue Island High School in the west of the city and sponsors events and presentations throughout the year. These events offer parents and students the opportunity to learn more about the school and staff, as well as to contact parents of students who are currently enrolled or have enrolled as students.
Enjoy shopping, eating, kiddos and more on the farm and do not forget your goods and your money! Learn more about the history of Blue Island and its history by learning about the history of the region and viewing historical artifacts and photos. This event includes a scavenger hunt, food trucks, games, a scuffle and much more.
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D'Masti's is open as usual for delicious lunch, on Friday, July 5, there will be a barbecue and on Sunday is the "Most Fun Day." It's Halloween, so guests can meet for a Halloween party at the Blue Island Community Center on October 31.
The slogan "Think in the Loop" invites residents to rethink the community, develop new ideas and enjoy Blue Island's unique blend of green spaces, green spaces and buildings.
The Lily Cache Greenway runs from Bollingbrook - Border Plainfield East - West along the ComEd Greenways to Bollingbrook and the Border Plainfields. As the name suggests, the Lake George Trail runs along the north shore of Lake Georges before turning south to walk along the east shore of Wolf Lake and back to the south shore.
The 9-mile Green Bay Trail runs parallel and north of Chicago's city limits, and the Kuhn Road Trail begins and runs along the northern shore of Lake Michigan, north to the North Shore Channel Trail, and south to Lake Shore Drive. The North Shore Channel Trail stretches from Lake George Trail at the southern end of Wolf Lake up to the coast and into the city of Chicago.
The city is cycling and walking friendly, and there are bus services in Blue Island and surrounding communities. The abundance of restaurants, bars, shops, restaurants and other businesses - related organizations - only adds to the benefits of doing business on Blue Island.
Blue Island, the oldest city in Cook County, is located at the southern end of the Chicago River in the heart of Chicago's South Side. Ideally located between Chicago and Chicago, Illinois "most populous city, it is on the north side of Lake Michigan, just a short drive from Chicago. With a wide range of products and services, there is no shortage of opportunities to have fun and have a great time in and outside of Blue Island Illinois.
Nestled in the dynamic Chicago Southland, Blue Island is home to the University of Illinois at Chicago and the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT). It offers world-class education and modern healthcare through its MetroSouth Medical Center, located in Blue Islands, in and around the city's business district. Blue Island borders the Chicago communities of Morgan Park and Beverly and borders Chicago's South Side neighborhoods of South Shore, South Lake Shoreline, North Shore and West Side.
Local businesses and governments are working to preserve the unique character of Blue Island while promoting growth in other areas. When it comes to staying active, residents use a wide range of community events such as festivals, concerts, sporting events and much more. With several counties providing tax breaks and exemptions for businesses in the city's business district, Blue Island businesses can benefit from numerous outstanding tax benefits.