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Riverwalk Art Fair a picture perfect event Things To Do
Riverwalk Art Fair a picture perfect event
I’ve become increasingly enthusiastic about the Naperville Art League’s Riverwalk Art Fair, which is holding its 29th annual fair from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sept. 20 and 21 this year. It’s a pretty affair, with 10- by 12-foot booths lining the Riverwalk, that’s open to artists working in almost all media.
Sept. 17 10:40 a.m. |
Garden Tip: Reflections on the fall garden Local Voices
Garden Tip: Reflections on the fall garden
September is a pivotal month in the garden because you are adding colorful perennials to freshen your landscape, starting preparations for winter, while at the same time setting the stage for next spring. It’s an excellent time to reflect on your current garden by walking around your yard, making notes, and even taking pictures in preparation for planning next year’s garden.
Sept. 17 9:59 a.m. |