Jul 04 Monday
Monday Movies offer patrons the opportunity to enjoy movies and documentaries on “The Big Screen.” Patrons are invited to bring a snack and covered drink, and are reminded that proper mask wear and social distancing are expected from all attendees.
When: Every Monday except on HolidaysWhere: Large Meeting RoomTime: 1:00 PM - 03:00 PM & 5:30 PM - 8:00 PMEvent Type(s): Adult ProgramAge Group(s): Adult, Senior Citizen, Teen
This program is intended for adults and seniors but all are welcome. All QPL programs are free and open to the public. Space is limited and reservations are requested.
May 23 - SpellboundMay 30 - N/A - Closed for Memorial DayJune 6 - Jumanji: Welcome to the JungleJune 13 - First ManJune 20 - The Peanut Butter FalconJune 27- Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten RingsJuly 4 - N/A - Closed for Independence DayJuly 11 - Green BookJuly 18 - Away We GoJuly 25 - Free GuyAugust 1 - The MustangAugust 8 - Dear Evan HansenAugust 15 - Once Upon a Time...in HollywoodAugust 22 - Mr. Blandings Builds his Dream HouseAugust 29 - American Underdog: the Kurt Warner Story
Jul 06 Wednesday
Washington Masonic Lodge #55 is sponsoring a blood drive for the area. All are welcome to come help your community in this important event.
The Brown Bag Concerts are happening every Wednesday 12pm starting May 4th!
We'll be at the Town Square Pavilion and streaming live on Carbondale Main Street Facebook. We have lots of great local acts performing all the way to July.
Hope to see you there!
Jul 07 Thursday
The Sunset Concerts Series, a popular summer tradition since 1978, is returning in 2022 with six weeks of free musical entertainment for all ages and interests.
This summer’s season opens June 30th on the steps of Shryock Auditorium at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. The outdoor concerts, held each Thursday evening through July 28, are all free, and everyone is welcome to attend.
Laid-back fun for all
Concert visitors are welcome to bring lawn chairs or blankets, as well as refreshments.
The concerts all begin at 7 p.m. and last about two hours. The locations are:
The 2022 schedule includes an eclectic mix of musical genres. Here’s the complete Sunset Concert schedule:
A few rules assure fun for all
The concerts have been a summer staple for decades and typically draw large crowds. To assure that everyone has a safe, enjoyable time, a few rules are in place.
Bans on glass bottles, kegs, smoking, pets and solicitation will be enforced as will underage drinking laws. For more, visit sunset.siu.edu or follow the Student Center on Facebook or Twitter.
SIU and its Student Center and Student Programming Council, along with the City of Carbondale and the Carbondale Park District are collaborating to provide the musical entertainment. Sponsors also include Country Financial and the Southern Illinois Credit Union.
Jul 09 Saturday
Join Black Diamond RV at the Oasis (formerly the Illinois Star Centre Mall) in Marion, IL as we celebrate Customer Appreciation Days with a “Sun-Sational” Summer Weekend full of FUN for the whole family!
Schedule of Events:
Saturday, July 99 am-6 pm: Petting Zoo, Scavenger Hunt (enter to WIN a $500 gas card)11 am-6 pm: Cook Out and Snow Cones12-2 pm: Live Radio Remote W3D2-4 pm: Balloon Animals2-4 pm: Live Radio Remote KGMO4-6 pm: Tethered Hot Air Balloon Rides (first 150 people)
Sunday, July 1011 am-4 pm: Scavenger Hunt (enter to WIN a $500 gas card), Smokey and the Bandit Tribute and Cook Out11 am-1 pm: Live Radio Remote WQRL1-3 pm: Live Radio Remote TAO
Plus, as a token of our appreciation, you can get employee pricing – the lowest guaranteed prices on all Heartland inventory. Hundreds of travel trailers, toy haulers, fifth wheels and motor homes on display. We have an RV for your needs and budget. Don’t forget, we trade for ANYTHING!
Check out our available new and used inventory, visit BlackDiamondRV.com.
There will be dinner, live and silent auctions, raffles and games. The NWTF is dedicated to preserving habitat for the wild turkey and other wildlife species.
THE ART OF TATTOOING: An Introduction to the History of Tattooing and its Evolution as a Fine Art Form
Saturday, July 9 | 6:00 – 10:00 pm | Must be 18 to attend
Admission: $10 per person | $ 5 Cedarhurst membersFood Concessions & Cash Bar – featured cocktail
Presented by: Guy Aitchison | Tattoo Artist & Educator
▶ 6:00 - 7:00 pm | Michele Wortman exhibit | Shrode Art CenterView tattoo artist Michele Wortman’s oil paintings | Cash Bar▶ 7:00 - 8:00 pm | Guy Aitchison Presentation | Performance HallView Guy Aitchison's oil paintings on display▶ 8:00 -10:00 pm – Mix & Mingle
Enjoy the ‘live gallery’ of tattooed individuals. Several of Guy and Michele’s ‘art collectors’ will be present. We encourage everyone to show-off their tattoos.
Have an opportunity to view and purchase a variety of the books they have published, as well as prints of their artwork and merchandise.
DIY- temporary tattoo station with metallic, glitter and realistic looking temp. tattoos for free
GUY AITCHISON• tattoo artist since 1988• educator in tattoo field since 1992• involved in countless events, publications and exhibitions• featured artist in ‘Tattoo’ an art exhibit at the Field Museum, Chicago• appeared in various TV productions including Tattoo Wars, LA ink and Best Ink• known for his abstract “Biomechanical” style which he has helped popularize• gave Rob Zombie his first tattoo in 1989 when he was 21
PROGRAM SPONSOR: Toni Smith
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