PRINCETON — Princeton’s Prairie Art Council will award the annual $1,000 art scholarship this spring. All art students who reside in Bureau County, and who will be attending college as an art major in the fall of 2013, are invited to apply.
MANLIUS — The Grand Reunion II, sponsored by the Manlius High School Class of 1948, for members and their guests of the classes of 1932 to 1953 will begin at noon May 18 at Hunter's Ridge Golf Course, Route 26 south of Princeton. Members of the 1914-1931 classes and their guests are also welcome to attend.
Piehl Motors Inc. presented $500 and several pieces of equipment to the Wyanet Youth Baseball League on April 27. The equipment kits included items like equipment bags, baseball buckets, practice hitting nets, umpire ball bags, batting tees and Chevrolet Youth Baseball T-shirts.
Daniel Acker of Tiskilwa sorts through artwork and frames during the April 27 rummage sale at the Prairie Arts Center in Princeton. Event-goers spent the day browsing through antiques, collectibles and other items.
Auggie Lowder and Gary McMullen of Walnut are pictured with a copy of the BCR during the annual Sturgeon Spearing season in Oshkosh, Wis. The one on the right weighed in at 148 pounds.
Melvina Lewis of Princeton and her daughters, Barb Wolcott and Carol Grundman, pose with a copy of the BCR in front of Stanton Hall in Natchez, Miss. Melvina and her daughters toured the pre-Civil War homes while in Natchez for their spring pilgrimage.
Ariel Van Cleave and Molly Losey took along a copy of the BCR to Homer, Alaska. Here she is trying to use the BCR as a shield after a snowball fight broke out.
UTICA — Starved Rock Lodge at Starved Rock State Park partnered with local musician Phil Kaufmann to host Cotton Patch Gospel on March 25 and 26 and raised more than $2,000 to be donated to local and international agencies whose mission is to fight hunger.
PRINCETON — Princeton’s Prairie Art Center will present a two-week summer art camp for students age 6 to 9 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. June 24 to July 5 at the Prairie Arts Center, 24 Park Ave. East, Princeton.
PRINCETON — Parents Day Out, located in the First United Methodist Church at 316 S. Church St., is accepting registrations for the 2013-14 school year.
SPRING VALLEY — Hall High School has rescheduled the Art Festival for Monday. The art exhibit will be open to the public in the gym from 6 to 7 p.m.
OGLESBY — Illinois Valley Community College’s theatre and music departments will present “Broadway and Beyond!” at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday in St. Bede Academy’s Little Theatre. Guests will enjoy a Broadway-themed night with the Choir, Show Choir and Improv groups performing. For information, visit www.ivcc.edu/theatre. Admission is $5; IVCC students are free with their college ID.
PRINCETON — The Princeton Junior Woman’s Club is now accepting registrations for its annual Safety Town program, set for June 17-28 at St. Louis School in Princeton.