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Celebrating 17 years in the Dundee area, the annual Heritage Fest will be held September 12-14 in downtown East and West Dundee. A local favorite along the Fox River, Heritage Fest is free to attend and provides activities for all ages. The fun begins on Thursday, with the opening of the carnival prior to the kick-off of the weekend’s activities. Live bands and entertainment begin on Friday night, along with a fantastic fireworks display over the Fox River at 8pm. Saturday and Sunday bring something for everyone, including juried craft and antique fairs, car shows, depot and farmers markets, business expo, baggo tournament, yoga instruction in the park and the annual Dundee Crown High School Homecoming parade. A broad menu of food and drink options are available throughout the weekend, including Emmett’s specialty craft beer, and new this year, Immanuel Lutheran’s Deutschfest Tent serving traditional German food. To further reflect on Dundee’s heritage, an International Food Tent has been added and represents various culinary tastes of Europe that is accompanied by complimentary music from the nearby Depot stage. There are numerous activities for families with young children, including rides on a trackless train, magic shows, Kids Bucks game show, large earth-moving equipment, scarecrow decorating, old-fashioned games and races and children’s entertainer RudiToonz. For more information and a full schedule of events, visit www.wdundeeheritagefest.org.Visit the website
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The Village of East Dundee will receive proposals at the Village Hall, 120 Barrington Avenue, East Dundee, IL 60118 for the following equipment: Trailer Mounted Dry-Prime Trash Pumps Suction Hoses Lay Flat Discharge Hoses Strainers Proposals shall be addressed to the Village of East Dundee, C/O Adam Peters and clearly marked “Trailer Mounted Pump Proposal”. The right is reserved to reject any or all proposals, to waive technicalities, to postpone the due date, or to advertise for new proposals if in the judgment of the Village of East Dundee, their best interests will be promoted thereby. The deadline for proposals to be submitted is: Friday, August 8, 2014View/Download PDF
Celebrating its 25th year, the Dundee Township Visitor’s Center in East Dundee, will open its Depot Market starting Saturday, May 10, 2014. As part of its revitalization efforts, the Village of East Dundee will be starting a new, food-focused Farmers Market on Sunday, May 11, 2014. Market hours for both days are 8:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. and will continue to operate through October. The Depot Market has “Something for Everyone” and features vendors selling items such as art, jewelry and collectables. New to the Depot Market this year is a weekly historical speaker series and antique appraisal fairs on June 22, July 28 and September 27. To celebrate Mother’s Day weekend, Marge Edwards from the Dundee Township Historical Society will be giving a short presentation at 11am on Saturday about the Dundee area’s first pioneer mother, Ann Russell. The Farmers Market has "Fresh, Healthy. Local" farmers, producers and speciality vendors. It offers plant and vegetable farmers, infused balsamic vinegar, olive oils, pickles and pickled vegetables, New Orleans style cooking, breakfast sandwiches, gourmet pancakes, fresh-from-the-oven breads, gourmet sweet treats and goodies, a vertical aeroponic growing systems and natural soaps, makeup (made from garden herbs) and soy candles. Only foods and horticultural products sold by local farmers, producers and businesses will be featured at the Farmers Market. On Mother’s Day, Home Depot is offering kids a plant holder they can take home to build.
ComEd has dedicated $10 million in assistance funds in 2014 to help customers facing financial hardship pay their electric bill. Through April 1, 2014 ComEd has adjusted the eligibility requirements for financial assistance programs for eligible residents including seniors, veterans and activated members of the armed services. In addition, the company is now offering flexible budget billing and flexible deferred payment agreement options to assist customers receiving higher than normal bills in light of the severe cold weather blanketing northern Illinois. To apply for ComEd’s Residential Special Hardship grant, or the State sponsored assistance programs, such as LIHEAP, customers should visit a local LIHEAP Agency. For more information on any of ComEd’s assistance programs or to enroll in ComEd’s bill-payment assistance programs, call 1-888-806-CARE (2273) or visit ComEd.Com/CARE for more information.View/Download PDF Visit the website
Downtown Redevelopment Public Open House PresentationView/Download PDF
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Homicide Investigation- 106 Aldis DriveView/Download PDF
Residents can now have their water bill e-mailed to you. Just contact the Village Hall (847)426-2822x3 with your email address.
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