Tickets are on sale now for the 2022 Annual Membership Meeting & Luncheon! Join us on Thursday, November 10th at Prestwick Country Club! We will enjoy lunch and networking, honor the Volunteer of the Year, and present the 2023 Board of Directors Slate.
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2022 COMMUNITY MAP
Check out the 2022 Frankfort Community Map, the best place for information on local businesses! This interactive map showcases our very own Chamber members! Click hereto explore all that this map has to offer.
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Choose from monthly, yearly or Fall Fest special. Investment is only $50 a month or $600 a year (from start date), which includes Fall Fest prime time July-Sept. Fall Fest prime time, July-September ONLY for just $225 ($75 a month)
Chicago Stem Cell Therapy & Pain Management Institute
Dr. Zaki Anwar, founder of Chicago Stem Cell Therapy, is hosting free presentations to help you understand regenerative therapy and answer your questions. We will explain how our Facebook office provides conservative pain management treatments as well as stem cells and platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections. From 4-5pm on every 3rd Thursday we invite you to come see our office, talk with Dr. Anwar, and learn about your pain management options. Light appetizers and drinks will be served (October 20, November 17, December 15).
Seats are limited- please RSVP to Sandi at 815-412-6192 or email@example.com with the number attending and which date (please note that all Know the Facts presentation dates will have identical content)
A discount will be given for any attendee that schedules a private pay procedure, but we will talk more about possible treatment and insurance options as well.
We look forward to seeing you at 10181 W Lincoln Hwy, Frankfort 60423 (1/2 mile west of Lagrange behind OPA Greek Restaurant)
Come join us for the Sensory Friendly program at Emagine. This sensory friendly special program makes going to the movies a more enjoyable and accessible experience for those with sensory needs. What does this mean? First, it means sensory friendly (lights up a bit, sound down a bit). Second, audience interaction (movement, speaking, singing) and electronic device (phone, tablet, etc.) usage are allowed. Third, guests are welcome to bring a safe snack for any food allergies or food avoidance/restrictions.
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Join us on October 22 from 8:30am-11:30am at Camp Manitoqua for our Fall Work Day. Volunteers will help rake, weed, pick up sticks and litter, stack picnic tables, and help us ready the grounds for winter.
Please bring work gloves, buckets, leaf rakes, shovels, tarps, and anything else you might think helpful! A continental breakfast will be served from the Dining Hall deck!
Interested in volunteering?Click here for more information, or to RSVP.
Community Thanksgiving Dinner
Thursday, Nov. 24, at noon
Turkey with all the trimmings & heart-warming fellowship, too
Please come and spend Thanksgiving with us if you...
Are alone or in need, or
Are new to the area and want to meet others, or
Would like to spend Thanksgiving with others!
Call in your reservations for this FREE DINNER by Nov. 10 to Peace Lutheran Church, 815-485-5327, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us know how many adults and children will be attending.
The church is located at 1900 E. Lincoln Highway, New Lenox (on U.S. Hwy 30, directly across the street from Lincoln-Way Central High School, or via Schoolhouse Rd. & the Atrium Point complex.)
If you know of others who could benefit from the dinner, please encourage them to attend. Transportation will be available, so please let us know if a ride is needed. We also deliver to the homebound in the area. (For those interested, there will be a Thanksgiving worship service with communion at 11:30).
6th Annual Pours for Parks: Saturday, October 22 from 4:00-7:00pm at the Frankfort Park District, 140 Oak Street. $40 advanced tickets, $50 @ the door which includes 10- Tasting Tickets.
$40 includes 10- Craft Beer, Wine, Seltzer, or Spirit Tastings
$15 General Admission- No Tastings
Additional tasting tickets sold @ event
Beer Tasting Glass while supply lasts
Cultivate Community Table will have food available for purchase
Guests must be 21 years of age to participate
Sponsored by: Operation Playground Foundation www.opfrankfort.org and Frankfort Park District, Trail's Edge Brewing Co., The Finnish Long Drink, Thornton Distilling Company, Outlaw Spirits LLC/ Dillinger Vodka, Hickory Creek Brewing Co., The Wine Thief, Brothership Brewing, Mike's Hard Lemonade & White Claw, Eris Brewery and Cider House, Arrowhead Ales Brewing Co. and Cultivate Community Table. Tickets are available atwww.opfrankfort.org or @ the Frankfort Park District office, 140 Oak Street, Frankfort, IL.
For more information call the Frankfort Park District office at (815) 469-9400 or visit our website at www.frankfortparks.org. Come join the fun!
Frankfort Country Market, Sundays through Oct. 30 (no market on September 4), 9 am-1pm,1 N White Street and Breidert Green Parking Lots. Throughout the season, the market welcomes nearly 50 vendors selling produce, cut flowers, plants, honey, meat, poultry, seafood, dairy, baked goods, canned goods, hot foods and more. Enjoy live entertainment each week from 10 AM to 1 PM.
Looking for Earth Elsewhere on Tue. Oct. 18 at 7pm. We have found more than 5,000 planets around other stars in the past 26 years. Some have similarities to our own home planet- and some are just plain weird. Join us for an overview of the search for distant planets, what we've found so far- including some really strange ones!- and how the new James Webb Space Telescope will play a part in advancing our knowledge of planets and the possibilities for life in the Universe.
Understanding Alzheimer's on Wed. Oct. 19 at 7pm. The Alzheimer's Association reports more than 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's Disease, and more than 11 million Americans are providing unpaid care for people living with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Join us for a presentation by the Illinois Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association to learn basic information on the difference between Alzheimer's and dementia, stages, risk factors, research, and FDA-approved treatments.
Autumn Harvest Favorites with Chef Maddox on Thu. Oct. 20 at 7pm. Spend a culinary evening with Chef Susan Maddox. Chef Maddox will discuss new recipes, great ideas, and new techniques that go beyond the tired Fall recipes. Your family and friends will be impressed!