Register here for the Feb. 16
Virtual Meet, Greet & Network
Zoom link will be sent to you after you register.
Click on the flyer to open and download.
Help welcome Style Room 326
Join us Thursday for a Ribbon Cutting/Reception at Style Room 326 at 9527 Corsair Road, Frankfort. The ribbon-cutting will be at 5:15 pm.
Style Room 326 is a full-service wholesale company that provides a wide range of women's fashion apparel, accessories, handbags, and more to boutiques across the U.S.
Click on flyer below to open and download.
Watch for sponsorship opportunities and registration soon!
GAME EXTENDED 2 WEEKS!
Due to the recent weather conditions,
we are extending the game for two weeks, until March 15.
Drawings will take place
Feb. 8, March 1, 8 & 15.
Click on the Scavenger Hunt logo above, watch the video above for game instructions and download a game card with instructions here.
We have lots of great prizes from our participating businesses. Get out there and show your love to our local businesses. Happy hunting!
Thanks to our participating sponsors (below) and businesses: Briosa Boutique, Crossfit Rua, Dancing Marlin, Frankfort Park District, FUSE Salon & Spa, Glory Bee Gift Shop, Isabel's Journey, Jeffrey LaMorte Salon and Day Spa, Lincoln Travel & Cruises Inc., Lincolnway Community Bank, Lorin's Luxe, Orange Theory Fitness, Rare Apparel 28, Redtail Market, Rich's Pizza Joint, Salina's Pizza ~ Catering & Event Rentals, Short & Sweet-Tasty Treats, Simply Home Again, This & That Gifts, Tis The Seasons Craft Store, Whimsy, Lil Surprises, Raffy's Candy Store, Edward Jones-Brett Schaibley.
Attention Will County residents who are interested in getting the
You must first complete a registration survey here in order to get on a list. Once you complete the survey, you will be contacted to schedule an appointment, based on IDPH Guidelines. Here is a chart explaining the IDPH Vaccine Distribution Plan.
Vaccine Guidance & Resources
The U.S. Chamber has added a new component—titled Vaccine Guidance and Resources—to provide you with the latest updates and information regarding COVID-19 vaccine development, prioritization, and distribution. The information includes:
COVID-19 Vaccine Guide and FAQs: A primer on vaccine allocation, prioritization, and timelines from the U.S. Chamber.
GIPC's Discover and Deliver Map: An interactive map to see what kind of COVID-19 research is going on in your community.
Tracker on Phased Allocation of COVID-19 Vaccines from the National Governors Association (NGA): A tracker providing information on state and territorial plans for phased allocation of COVID-19 vaccines.
Vaccine Finder: An online portal to help get communities get connected to vaccine providers once COVID-19 vaccination is widely available to the public.
2021 "Welcome to Frankfort" Gift Bag program
Get your business information in the hands of every new Frankfort resident in 2021—an estimated 400 to 600 people who are eager to learn about their new community, and local products and services.
More information and registration here
OFFERS & EVENTS
Frankfort Lions Club is holding a Sock Drive until March 15. Bring your new socks for men, women and children to the Chamber Office, 123 Kansas St.; Founder's Community Center, 140 Oak St; or Frankfort Public Library, 21119 Pfeiffer Road. Monetary donations accepted at PO Box 223, Frankfort, IL 60423.
"We anticipate this will be the last time we will accept applications for this round of PPP funding. We urge all qualifying organizations and self-employed individuals who wish to participate in the program to plan accordingly. The portal will remain open for a period of time and then close. We appreciate your loyalty and thank you for your patience."
Rich's Pizza Joint is part of a Dose of Kindness program that is helping frontline workers, who have performed heroically under stress through many trying situations during this pandemic.
Rich's is asking members of the community to sponsor meals for the frontline workers at Silver Cross Hospital. To donate a meal or meals for $10 each, visit www.richspizzajointtogo.com and choose the Dose of Kindness special listed at the top of the menu. 100% of donations go to meal preparation and delivery.
For more information, please visit our "Dose of Kindness" Facebook Page to learn how you can make a difference.
invites the entire community to celebrate their “Love of Lincoln-Way” at the annual Gala & Auctions. This year, support local students from the comfort of your home by tuning in to this VIRTUAL event on Saturday, February 20, 2021, at 7 p.m. via https://lwef2021.givesmart.com.
This fun night in will be hosted by Foundation Executive Director Bob Kennedy and Foundation Board President Stacie McGlone. Throughout the evening, learn how the Foundation raises money, and hear first-hand testimonials from students and staff on the various ways the funds raised benefit Lincoln-Way 210. Bid on some amazing gift baskets donated by individuals and businesses whose generosity makes a positive difference in the lives of many Lincoln-Way students and families. Raffles and silent auction open February 13, and tune in to the event on February 20 to win some amazing prizes through the premier auction.
Due to COVID-19, the Foundation has had to cancel or modify many programs. In order to continue to generate financial support with which to enrich and enhance the opportunities and educational experiences of Lincoln-Way High School District 210 students, the Foundation needs your help now more than ever. “We provided more than $23,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors in 2020 and with the support of the community, we hope to exceed that amount in 2021,” said Kennedy.
This event is free, so register today to be automatically entered into a $100 gift card raffle for those who register by noon on February 18, 2021. Visit https://lwef2021.givesmart.com to view and bid on silent and premier auctions or donate directly to the Foundation. Those unable to attend can still bid on silent auction or raffle items by registering at https://lwef2021.givesmart.com. Proceeds from the event are used for scholarships and classroom enhancements, which can be viewed at https://youtu.be/3ZRN21oGV2w.
You will need to bring: Certified Legal Birth Certificate & 3 Proofs of Residency (One primary & Two Secondary) Primary Proof of Residency: Most recent real estate tax bill, signed lease, closing statement Secondary Proof of Residency: Driver’s License, Gas or Electric bill, Public Aid Card, Voter Registration Card, Home Insurance Certificate, Auto Registration, Telephone Bill
Virtual Let's Talk About Race Discussion on Thu. Feb. 18 at 7pm. This month, we discuss 1919 by Eve L. Ewing. The Chicago Race Riot of 1919, which lasted eight days and resulted in 38 deaths and almost 500 injuries, changed the Chicagoland area, but it isn't talked about. Through poems recounting the stories of everyday people trying to survive and thrive in the city, Ewing illuminates the thin line between the past and the present. Copies of the book are available at the Circulation Desk one month before the meeting date.
Virtual Cat Chat on Fri. Feb. 19 at 11am. Do you share your home with a cat or two, or more? Is your cat weird? The cats of librarian staffers sure are! Let's chat about our feline companions and share tips on cat health, care, and behavior. Your furry friends are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Virtual Program: Gardening Series - Plant an Edible Garden on Wed. Mar. 10 at 6pm. TAKE a sampling seed kit from the library to PLANT in your garden and ATTEND a virtual program to learn basic tips on getting your edible garden started this spring. After registration, pick up a kit at the Adult Services desk between Mar. 2-9, and then attend a Zoom meeting on Mar. 10.
Register here or call 815-534-6173.
SMALL BUSINESS WEBINARS
The Illinois Small Business Development Center at Joliet Junior College offers one-on-one business advising, resources and seminars to assist entrepreneurs with the start-up or expansion of their business. JJC is part of a state-wide Illinois Small Business Development Center network that has been serving small businesses for over 30 years. Learn more about these webinars and more and register for here.
Find It In Frankfort
To add your business to the list of Chamber members that accept the Find It In Frankfort e-gift cards, email email@example.com
Artisan Heating &
Dr. Josef Doctor DDS
La Dolce Vita Della
A1 Eco Lindsay Water
Little Blossoms Early
Tunzi & Sons
Van Dam Auto & Truck
Infinity Lawn &
RA Benefit Solutions
State Farm, Ken
Simply Home Again
Jeffrey LaMorte Salon &
Godfrey Systems LLC
Inner Visions Performing
Arts Center (formerly
Willow Dance Co.)
Terry's RV Center
Gasca Construction &
Spray Foam Insulation
First Savings Bank of
Gerardi Funeral &
Advanced Glass &
Dryer Vent Wizard of Will
Distinctive Gold Jewelry
Abri Credit Union
Mayor Jim Holland
Chiro One Wellness
State Farm, Ken
Simply Home Again
Will County Clerk
Bradley Pest Control
Rich's Pizza Joint
Lincoln Travel & Cruise
The Gio Group at
Assure Home Inspection
Baird & Warner, Frankfort
Shanahan Insurance Agency
Affordable Concrete Raising
Phoenix Fire Systems
Maertin Heating &
Joan Angio Wator, CPA
Enrico's Italian Dining
Homes for Heroes
Midwest Analytic &
Chicago Box Company
Plus One AV
B Practical Solutions
Village of Frankfort
RWK IT Services
Friends of the Frankfort
Frankfort Girls Softball
Leon Kosek, O.D.
MacKenzie Hair Parlor
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