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The Village of West Dundee organizes and sponsors several events for the community each year, from family events and volunteer opportunities to the highly anticipated annual 3-day Heritage Fest.


Heritage Fest

Heritage Fest-West Dundee
Village Hall
villagehall@wdundee.org

Heritage Fest-East Dundee
Karen Blair
kblair@eastdundee.net

www.wdundeeheritagefest.org

In mid-September (second weekend after Labor Day), the Villages of East and West Dundee host a highly anticipated 3-day community celebration to close out the summer with a bang! Our annual Heritage Fest offers a little something for everyone with no cost for admission.

Friday night features heart-pounding live entertainment and a spectacular fireworks display, along with mouth-watering food and beverage options. Continuing into Saturday and Sunday, the both communitites are a-buzz with the addition of Craft & Antique Fairs, Classic Car Show, Baggo Tournament, Chili Cook-Off, Kids Activities, Carnival and more.

For a complete schedule of events, please visit www.wdundeeheritagefest.org.

Heritage Fest is made possible by the generous donations of local and national businesses, who recognize the value of the festival not only as a community event, but as a powerful marketing tool. Additional business partners are always welcome. Volunteers are also sought to assist in festival operations. Please visit www.wdundeeheritagefest.org for details.


Dickens In Dundee

Dickens-West Dundee
Village Hall
villagehall@wdundee.org

Dickens-East Dundee
Karen Blair
kblair@eastdundee.net

www.dickensindundee.org

In the tradition of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, each year during the first weekend of December (second weekend after Thanksgiving) downtown East and West Dundee come to life in a Victorian Christmas celebration with small town atmosphere.

The weekend kicks off with tree lighting ceremonies, hot cocoa, a visit from Santa and live portrayals of Christmas scenes in the merchant windows along Main Street. Saturday begins with the cornerstone event: the Spirit of Christmas Parade. Other popular events include Gingerbread House Making, Festival of Trees, Santa's Petting Zoo and, Christmas tree sales by the Dundee Lions Club in Grafelman Park.

For a complete schedule of events, please visit www.dickensindundee.org.


National Night Out

The Village of West Dundee no longer hosts a National Night Out event. Take a look at our neighboring community of Carpentersville for an NNO event.


Earth Day, Every Day Community Gardening Project

Earth Day, Every Day
Village Hall
villagehall@wdundee.org

In celebration of a continuing commitment to the Earth Day movement's goal - to create change through small steps that add up to a large collective action - the Village of West Dundee sponsors volunteer community gardening days in April, June and August. Each event focuses on maintenance and beautification of a specific area of the public landscape.

This initiative would not be possible without many dedicated community volunteers. Individuals, families and groups are all welcome to participate. Business sponsors are also sought to help defray the costs of plant material and other supplies. For more information or to pledge your participation, please contact Village Hall.


Concerts & Movies In the Park

Concerts In The Park
Dundee Township Park District
www.dtpd.org

Each summer, the Dundee Township Park District puts on a series of live music concerts followed by a big screen movie in the Dundee area parks, providing free fun entertainment for residents of all ages.

Grafelman Park in West Dundee plays host to several such events during the month of July, with locations in East Dundee and Carpentersville during June and August (weather permitting). The Lions Club will be on hand with hot dogs, popcorn and more, with the proceeds used for service programs in our community. Bring your family and friends for dinner, fresh air, entertainment and community spirit!

For a complete schedule of events organized by the Park District, visit www.dtpd.org.

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Dundee Township Historical Society News

The Dundee Township Historical Society is open from March through December, Weds & Sun 2:00-4:00pm, or by appointment. Opening day is Sunday, March 8, 2015, with a program on the Max McGraw Wildlife Foundation at 2pm.

Click below for a copy of the DTHS Annual Newsletter, which provides information about 2015 programs.

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Sun
Mar 29
2015

Palm Sunday Concert / Dundee Lenten Choir & Organ Recital Series

3:00PM - 4:00PM at St. Catherine of Siena, 845 W Main Street

Sun
Apr 12
2015

Friends of the Fox River Second Sunday Program

12:30PM at Schweitzer Environmental Center, 16N690 Sleepy Hollow Road
Stay tuned for program details or visit the website linked below. Tentative topic: Earth Day

Visit the website

Sat
Apr 18
2015

Earth Day, Every Day Community Gardening Project

9:00AM - 12:00PM at
Volunteer assistance is requested on Saturday, April 18 from 9 am - 12 pm as we celebrate Earth Day with our first community gardening event of 2015.

Join us as we work to spruce up our public landscape with winter clean-up and new spring plantings. The meeting location will be provided at a later date (likely Village Hall, 102 S. Second St.)

Registration begins at 8:30 am. Bring your family, friends and neighbors for a fun day of service to beautify our community!

Additional gardening dates are scheduled for June 20 and August 22, 2015.

Questions? Email villagehall@wdundee.org.

Sun
May 10
2015

Friends of the Fox River Second Sunday Program

12:30PM at Schweitzer Environmental Center, 16N690 Sleepy Hollow Road
Stay tuned for program details or visit the website linked below. Tentative topic: Monitor with your Mother

Visit the website

Sat
May 16
2015

Backyard Garden Club Plant Sale

9:00AM - 11:30AM at Grafelman Park
The annual Backyard Garden Club Plant Sale will take place in Grafelman Park, at the corner of Fifth and Main. The proceeds from the plant sale fund an annual scholarship, available to a student residingin District 300 who is pursuing a career in horticulture, environmental studies or related fields.


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