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Bolingbrook, IL 60440
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Carriage Greens Country Club is a multifarious event and recreational facility in Darien featuring wedding and banqueting facilities along with an expansive golf course and two premiere dining destinations. Their personal event-managing team will ensure the smooth running of any event be it a full-scale wedding reception, private bash or formal occasion. Golf enthusiasts will appreciate the golf course facilities ranging from the expanded tee and green area to full cart paths. The club's signature restaurant - Sandtrap Grill features eclectic American cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The 8700 Club is the perfect spot to unwind with handcrafted cocktails, live music and good company. So host your next big event at Carriage Greens Country Club and make it a memorable one.
The rich repertoire of Naperville's performing arts is showcased at the Pfeiffer Hall, located on the NCC campus. The hall features art and theater performances along with musicals and concerts in its spacious auditorium. The creative power and artistic quality of performances is well seen in all its arty events. The venue spells great cultural significance. Call ahead for more details.
The Riverwalk Park Grand Pavilion is a covered structure that regularly plays host to cultural and community events in the city of Naperville. Call for any additional information on upcoming events, and make sure to walk through the lush park if ever in the city!
Players Indoor Sports Center is a sprawling complex that hosts a number of sports events as well as major cultural events within its confines. Equipped with a range of facilities, it is little wonder that this center enjoys immense popularity with the people of Naperville. Check website for details on upcoming events.
The alluring property of Arrowhead Golf Club, located on Butterfield Road, is one of the most preferred event venues in Wheaton. Known for its beautifully manicured 27 holes, this lush green property sets a perfect background for your dream wedding. Whether you are a member or not, the staff makes sure that your time at this club is memorable. After a game, enjoy a delicious brunch at a restaurant and bar on-site. The extensive list of spirits and cocktails completes your dinning experience.
This 230-seat performing arts center may feel like a mid-sized, suburban church upon first approach. However, the connection with the University makes it a sanctuary for both St. Francis students and the theater-going public alike. While the theater has produced many award-winning musicals here, it frequently shares the stage with choirs and camber musicians, as well as plays produced by the school's students. An art gallery outside the center displays pieces by professional artists. This place closes everyday at 9pm.
If you want to discover the local music scene in Joliet, or want to listen to some fresh tunes, then do head to Mojoe's. Located in downtown, this bar-cum-music-venue is where you will find local as well as national bands perform in a first-rate facility. Featuring four bars, and excellent sound and light system, and an endless stream of drinks, Mojoe's is your spot for an entertaining evening out. Call to know more.
Originally the "Vaudeville Movie Palace" this historic venue was transformed into a performing arts center in the early 1980s. Directed by the Rialto Square Theatre Corp., this non-profit facility offers diverse entertainment in the Chicago area. Notable acts have included The Nutcracker, Jeff Foxworthy, and George Winston. Designed in the traditions of Greek, Roman and Byzantine architecture, the Rialto Square Theatre also is the host to weddings in its elegant interior. For information on upcoming acts, visit their website.
Playwright David Mamet lent this theater ensemble its name when he wrote American Buffalo and the productions here are organized under the roughshod shadow of that writer's naturalistic and puritanical brand of storytelling. The home of the BTE is the Harold D. McAninch Arts Center at the College of DuPage, where it is led by Artistic Director Craig Berger. While public transportation is not readily accessible, it may be worth your while to take Metra's Union Pacific line to Glen Ellyn, then catch a cab from there.
Twin Tower Sanctuary Or the Old Sanctuary of the United Methodist Church is a significant part of the history of Orland Park. The gray and white, Queen-Anne style building is one of the famous landmarks of the area. Apart from being a Methodist church, the building also served as a theater of the town. One should not miss a visit to the church when in Orland Park.
The Theatre of Western Springs is a historic performing arts venue in Western Springs. Established in 1929, it is one of the foremost theaters in the country. It also conducts the Children's Theater of Western Springs (CTWS), which are regular workshops for acting in plays and musicals. Drama connoisseurs and prop designers too can improve their skills at their classes. One can rent their stunning vintage props and costumes or hire this venue for hosting fundraisers.
Barrows Auditorium is an event venue located within the Billy Graham Center on the Wheaton College campus. This auditorium that can seat about 500 people, plays host to a variety of events. Recitals, meetings, important conferences, workshops and much more is held here. For more details, check website or call ahead.