Events & Programs
April
27
Location:  on-line
Time:  all day
Cost:  

What to see how history can be fun and educational? Check out these Kid Historian videos, and then stopy by our new exhibit “Faces of Sycamore.”

Steph Forsberg: https://vimeo.com/161218137

Bill Lenschow: https://vimeo.com/161218135

Michelle Schultz: https://vimeo.com/163004889

 

A big thank you to OC Image Works who made this video possilble.

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Aug
11
Location:  Sycamore History Museum, 1730 N. Main Street
Time:  all day
Cost:  

The Sycamore History Museum will be closed on Saturday, August 12. Please come out and visit our booth at the Northern Illinois Steam & Power Show.

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Aug
20
Location:  Corner of State and Main, by the historic marker
Time:  1:00 p.m.
Cost:  $5 Per Person

Join Steven Bigolin as he leads a guided walking tours of Sycamore’s Main Street. Bigolin will lead a tour highlighting the architecture and local history connected to the homes along Main Street. Stops on the walk will include, the Townsend House (currently the Paper Doll House) and carriage house (Willow’s Hometown Cafe), the Boyton House, the DeKalb County Court House, Library, Post Office and Rick Turner’s Law office.

Meet at the Courthouse lawn. The tour will last about an hour, wear comfortable shoes.

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Sep
3
Location:  DeKalb County Community Founation, 475 DeKalb Ave
Time:  1:00pm
Cost:  $5 Per Person

Join Steven Bigolin as he leads a guided walking tours of Sycamore’s History District. He will lead a tour highlighting the architecture and local history connected to the homes and buildings along DeKalb Ave. The tour will last about an hour and a half, wear comfortable shoes.

 

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Sep
17
Location:  Meet at 308 W. State Street, City Center
Time:  1:00pm
Cost:  $5 Per Person

Join Steven Bigolin as he leads a guided walking tour of Downtown Sycamore, He will lead a tour highlighting the architecture and local history connected to Sycamore’s downtown. The tour will last about an hour and a half, wear comfortable shoes.

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