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Postings for February 24, 2013 Full Month View
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  All Day CWLP Every Drop Counts Poster Contest   City Water, Light and Power (CWLP) is excited to offer its first water conservation poster contest, “Every Drop Counts.” First, second and third grade students in schools located within the City of Springfield are invited to submit entries through their teachers. Posters should demonstrate water conservation in action, highlighting the need for everyone to conserve. Winning posters will be utilized in conjunction with National Drinking Water Week in May to promote the importance of one of our most important natural resources. Teachers should encourage students to draw a picture that illustrates one important point. Students should use large lettering, few words, heavy lines and strong colors. First place winners from each grade level will be given a certificate for a pizza party for their entire classroom. Second and third place winners will receive special award ribbons. In addition, the first 150 students to enter the contest will each receive a complimentary drawstring bag labeled – “SAVE WATER, SAVE ENERGY.” Every student who creates a poster will receive a certificate of participation. The Official Stuff The contest is open to all City of Springfield public and private first, second or third graders. 1. All posters must be drawn horizontally (landscape) on 11” x 17” white poster paper. 2. Students may use crayon, watercolors, poster paint, markers, ink, cut paper, tissue paper or fabric. Please do not use materials that may smear, crack or chip. 3. Students must work on posters as individuals. Teamwork posters will not be accepted. 4. All entries must include an official completed entry form signed by a parent or guardian. The entry form must be attached to the back of the poster. 5. Only original artwork will be accepted. Computer-generated drawings will not be considered. Reproduction of popular cartoon characters or three-dimensional work will not be accepted. 6. Posters should not be folded when packaged. 7. All entries must be received no later than the contest deadline of March 1, 2013. Posters may be hand-delivered to CWLP at 1008 E. Miller St. [10th/Miller] or arrangements can be made for pick up. 8. Posters will not be returned; they become the property of CWLP. OFFICIAL RULES: The judging panel will consist of five members, a mixture of local artists, public administrators and professionals with background in water conservation, design and education. The posters will be evaluated on the following criteria: * Conservation Message [10 points] - Does the poster convey the theme’s message clearly and link to the water conservation subject? * Visual Effectiveness [10 points] – How does the poster relay the message and does it motivate you to take action? Will you remember the poster next year? Is it neat and creative? * Universal Appeal [10 points] – Regardless of age or education level, everyone should be able to understand the message. Does it appeal to the general population or a large audience? * Originality [10 points] – Artistic Expression. Poster Contest Schedule * Entries are due by March 1, 2013; * Judging will be completed by March 15, 2013; * Winners will be announced by April 1, 2013; *Posters will be displayed and utilized to promote the “National Drinking Water Week”, May 5-11, 2013; and * CWLP will feature the posters on their website throughout the year. Questions can be directed to Lin Goetz at 787-2070 ext. 2088, or email at
  All Day Feb 21 Accepting Teen Poetry/Art Submissions   Now accepting poetry and artwork submissions from teens, grades 6-12 until March 1, 2013 for international teen poetry anthology, Navigating the Maze. Produced in Springfield, Ill. by the local non-profit literary organization Springfield Poets and Writers and sponsored in part by the Vachel Lindsey Association, this annual book is in its 15th year of publication. Contributors to the book receive two free books. Teachers who send in their students' work that is accepted for publication, receive two free books -- one for their classroom and one for the school library. For more info or complete rules, visit or
  1:00PM 4:00PM Maple Syrup Time   Each year, on four weekends in late February and early March, Lincoln Memorial Garden celebrates this gift from nature by inviting the public to take part in the tradition of collecting and boiling sweet sap from sugar maple trees. The Garden’s expert staff and volunteers will serve as guides. You can watch and participate at 1 p.m., 2 p.m., and 3 p.m. each Saturday and Sunday on two weekends in February -- the 16th-17th and the 23rd-24th – and two weekends in March -- the 2nd-3rd and the 9th-10th. The event is free. Be sure to dress in warm clothing and wear footwear suitable for the possibility of muddy or slippery ground. We’ll meet for a five- to 10-minute orientation inside the Garden’s Nature Center before heading into the woods to identify the perfect trees for tapping. After drilling a small hole into a tree trunk and inserting a spile, or spout, we’ll see the watery sap begin to flow -- if the night has been cold and the day is warm. Next, we’ll take sap to the evaporation station where it will be boiled until only the sweet syrup remains. You can look forward to tasting the sap when it comes out of the tree and again after it has been transformed into syrup. Work has its own rewards. After the Garden’s trees are tapped for the season, it’ll be time to pour maple syrup on fluffy pancakes and sizzling sausages. Everyone is invited to partake, of course, as we host our annual Pancake and Sausage Breakfast in the Nature Center. The event also features a Silent Auction fundraiser stocked with treasures and services donated by individuals and area businesses. The breakfast will be held two consecutive weekends in March, the 16th-17th and the 23rd-24th. Breakfast will be served on those Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. to Noon. The auction offerings will be on display in the Nature Center throughout. Reservations are necessary for this popular breakfast to avoid the possibility of being turned away. Cost is $8 for adults and $5 for children under 12. Please make reservations by calling 217-529-1111.
  10:00AM 12:00PM 1st Annual Easter HOP for kids with disabilities   We are proud to announce the First Annual Easter Hop at Erin's Pavilion on Saturday, March 16th from 10am to noon. We are Partnering with Renken Dentistry, Noll Medical Pavilion, Noll Cafe and the Hope Institute to bring you Health on Purpose. It’s a fun morning of activities for children with disabilities and their siblings PLUS great resources fro parents at our information fair. Come join's FREE Activities include: pictures with the Easter Bunny, HOP Health Activity Course for the Children, Easter Egg Treats, Noll Cafe to serve Refreshments, Resource Information Fair. Resource Fair Participants Include: Renken Dentistry, Noll Medical Pavilion, Noll Cafe, The Hope Institute, Dept of Public Health, Lincoln Land Down Syndrome Society, U of I Chicago Division of Specialized Care for Children, Community Living Options, Springfield Park District, Special Olympics, United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) YOU MUST CALL TO REGISTER IN ADVANCE BY MARCH 11TH. Pelase call Erin's Pavilion to register at 217-585-2941
  10:00AM 4:00PM Springfield Area Home Builders Association’s 201   The 2013 Home Expo is the place to check out the latest technologies and innovations in the Building and Remodeling Community! Local residents will be able to explore two floors of booth space featuring local businesses, and their products and services. The Home Expo runs Friday, February 22nd 4 PM – 8 PM; Saturday, February 23rd 9 AM – 7 PM and Sunday, February 24th 10 AM – 4 PM with Friday being Educator’s Day, Saturday is Hero’s Day and Sunday is Senior Day. Log onto for more information or call (217) 698-4941. Cost: $6.00 or receive $1 off admission if you drop off a canned good to St. Martin de Porres in Springfield or bring it to event.
  10:00AM 5:00PM The 2013 Boat Show   The 20th Annual Boat Show in Springfield will be held at the Orr Building on the Illinois State Fairgrounds. The 2013 Boat Show in Springfield will offer a wide variety of pleasure and fishing boats from several local dealers including aluminum and fiberglass fishing boats, ski boats, pontoons, runabouts, and personal watercraft. Bring the whole family to see what new models and options are available for 2013. Tickets will be sold at the door with regular admission $5.00, children under 12 years old are free and parking is also free. Show hours will be Friday February 22, 2pm - 9pm, Saturday February 23, 10am - 7pm, and Sunday February 24, 10am - 5pm. For more information call (217)341-1730 or email
  2:00PM 4:30PM Woody Allen’s Don’t Drink The Water   Woody Allen’s Don’t Drink The Water, written by Woody Allen, this hilarious farce takes place at the American Embassy in a fictitious country behind the Iron Curtain, where the incompetent son of the American ambassador has been left in charge. When the vacationing Hollander family takes refuge at the embassy, after mistakenly being charged as spies, craziness on an international level ensues. Show will be performed at the Jacksonville Theatre Guild at 210 West College. Thursday thru Saturday performances begin at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday matinees are at 2 p.m. For more information please call 217.245.1402.
  2:00PM 4:30PM The Marvelous Wonderettes   Only six performances of Roxy Theatricals The Marvelous Wonderettes starring Sara Baltusevich, Elizabeth Eckert, Cassie Poe and Teri Wells. When The Legacy Theatre reopened in July of 2011, it was a "Marvelous" occasion indeed, as Suzy, Missy, Betty Jean and Cindy Lou welcomed audiences back to Springfield's oldest theatre. Now, for just six performances, don't miss the chance to see the show everyone was talking about! When an unfortunate expulsion derails the entertainment for the Springfield High School 1958 Senior Prom, The Wonderettes step in to save the day. Between songs like "Mr. Sandman," "Dream Lover" and "It's My Party," four girls with dreams and voices as big as their crinolines share their lives, loves and laughs. This cotton-candy musical is a silly treat for the whole family and features over 30 songs from the 1950s and 60s. Tickets $18 in advance, $20 day of show Seniors (60 ) and children (12 and under) save $2 on Sunday performance. Online sales end six hours prior to curtain. Remaining tickets will be available for purchase at the door, beginning 90 minutes prior to curtain. Time: 8pm Fri-Sat, 2pm Sun Address: 101 E. Lawrence Where: The Legacy Theatre Venue Phone: 1-800-838-3006
  2:00PM 4:30PM You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown   Springfield Theatre Centre presents You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown directed by Anna Bussing Feb. 22-24 and March 1-3, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m.; Sunday at 2 p.m. Preshow dinner on Friday, Feb. 22 at 6:30 p.m.! Synopsis: It's an average day in the life of Charlie Brown, all mixed in with the lives of his friends (both human and non-human) and strung together on the string of a single day, from bright uncertain morning to hopeful starlit evening. It seems to start off all right. Charlie is then left to his own musings as he eats his lunch on the school playground, complicated unbearably by the distant presence of his true love, the "little redheaded girl," who is always just out of sight. True love also seems to be the only unmanageable element in Lucy's solid life, which we discover as we watch her try to bulldoze her way through to her boyfriend Shroeder's sensitive, six-year-old musician's heart. Meanwhile Snoopy and Linus daydream and the rest of the friends battle with kites, school, baseball and misunderstandings. And then it is evening. The gathered friends end the day, realizing what makes them truly happy and leaving Lucy to make a very un-Lucy-like gesture: she tells Charlie Brown what a good man he is. Hoogland Center for the Arts 420 S. Sixth St 217-523-2787
  2:30PM 4:30PM Symphony Sweets! Concert   The Sangamon Valley Community Orchestra is pleased to announce its inaugural Symphony Sweets!, a fundraising concert that treats audience members to both delectable music and desserts. This year's Symphony Sweets! will feature some of Broadway’s greatest love songs, as well as guest vocalists Gus Gordon, Matthew Vala, Mary Kate Smith, and Mary Jo Curry. Audience members will enjoy a dessert bar and cash bar following the concert. This unique event will take place at 2:30 p.m. on February 24, 2013 at the Hoogland Center for the Arts. Tickets may be purchased from the Hoogland Center for the Arts, LRS Theater, at (217) 523-2787. Proceeds will benefit the Sangamon Valley Youth Symphony.rnSangamon Valley Youth Symphonyrn420 S Sixth StreetrnSpringfield, IL 62703rn217.753.8000rn
  4:00PM 6:00PM LLCC Recital Series   oprano Melinda Pitt Kaye presents a multi-media recital entitled “La Vie en Rose” Sunday, Feb. 24 at 4 p.m. as part of the Lincoln Land Community College Recital Series. The concert is free and open to the public and will be held in the Trutter Center on the LLCC-Springfield campus. The program will feature music and images of France. Other musicians assisting Ms. Pitt Kaye will be Jane Hartman, piano; Gretchen Harrison, cello; Theresa O'Hare, flute; Greg Cohill, clarinet; Gene Haas, bass and Troy Roarke, percussion.
  5:00PM 7:00PM Handbell Concert   Laurel United Methodist Church, 631 South Grand Ave W. Handbell concert with internationally acclaimed handbell soloist Christine D. Anderson. Pricing & Ticket Info: Free with offering
  5:30PM 7:00PM Capital City Men's Chorus   The Capital City Men’s Chorus (TCCMC), directed by Mary E. Myers, is conducting a membership drive for the 2013 spring season. The Capital City Men’s Chorus is open to any male with a musical interest that is 18 years of age or older. Membership in the TCCMC is open to any musically qualified male who enjoys singing and is willing to give of their time and talents necessary to make each concert a source of pride for all members. The Capital City Men’s Chorus holds rehearsals every Sunday evening from 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. at the Laurel United Methodist Church (corner of Walnut and South Grand, third floor choir room) Springfield, Ill. Discover who we are at: Or contact us at:

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