Join local author and Starved Rock Historian, Mark Walczynski, as he examines life at Starved Rock in 1712, an important year in Illinois Native American history. This program also examines the important role that the local Illinois Indians played in the Franco –Native American relations leading up to the infamous Fox Wars, one of the more turbulent periods in Illinois History. This event will take place at the Starved Rock Visitors Center!
Move to the beat with local musician Dave Peterson as he leads an interactive drum circle featuring African Percussion and Native American flutes. It’s an experience for all ages and ability levels. An energetic and fun way to create “in the moment” music with percussion instruments. Drums provided! This event will take place at the Starved Rock Visitors Center!
What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than at the Starved Rock Lodge listening to the sounds of Illinois. This collage of music will encompass selections from the early 1900’s to present day. You’ll enjoy listening to piano, guitar and vocal interpretations of: Sounds from a Starved Rock Canyon, My Illinois Home, The State of Illinois Song, Illinois and Crossing Paths. We are pleased and proud to have Mr. Steve Seaborn as our Emcee for Read More
Do you love wine? How about beer? If you love wine or craft beer, join us March 7, 2015 for our third annual “Between the Canyons” Wine & Craft Beer tasting event! We will feature wines from Starved Rock Cafe, Cattails, Illinois River Winery, August Hill Winery, Mackinaw Valley Vineyard, Creekside Vineyards Winery, Waterman Winery & Vineyard, White Oak Vineyards, Prairie State Winery, Wirtz Beverage and others. Euclid Beverage will be featuring select Leinenkugel and Read More
The vocal trio, The Legacy Girls, will entertain you with three-part harmonies, costumes and synchronized dances that are true to the Andrews Sisters’ style. The Legacy Girls are dedicated to bringing the songs of the past back to life. Matinee shows include lunch and show at $32.00 a person. For more information or to book, call 815-220-7386. Click here to book the November 9 Matinee Click here to book the November 10 Matinee
This fun evening includes a dinner with all dishes made with Leinenkugel beer. You will also be able to taste the Leinenkugel beer variety. There will also be chances to win great prizes, plus one lucky guest will win a grand prize. Must be present to win. $50.00 per person. Reservations are required, and must be 21 years of age or older. 815-220-7386.
The vocal trio, The Legacy Girls, will entertain you with three-part harmonies, costumes and synchronized dances that are true to the Andrews Sisters’ style. The Legacy Girls are dedicated to bringing the songs of the past back to life. Matinee shows include lunch and show at $32.00 a person. For more information or to book, call 815-220-7386. 2015 Dates: June 29 (Matinee) – 11:30 am – $32.00 November 9 & 10 (Matinee Shows) – 11:30 Read More
The synergy of Richard Gersten, Oscar Menoyo and Luis Galvez will amaze you as this trio of professionally-trained tenors presents diverse music encompassing Opera, Broadway and standard Italian favorites infused with a touch of comedy. The Tenors 3 bring class, humor and music to our Lodge. The buffet will feature traditional Italian selections including Italian Sausage, Chicken Parmesan, Mostacolli, roasted vegetables, pasta salad, garlic bread and an Italian dessert. Matinee shows include lunch and show Read More
Mike and Lisa Templeton lead their nine children to produce a toe-tappin’, hand clappin’ Bluegrass and Gospel music show. Their songs are upbeat, catchy and fun for all. Every member contributes, even Dominic, age 2, who loves to dance to the fiddle tunes. So come on down, sit a spell and listen, or dust off your boots and dance along. This talented family is sure to entertain! Matinee shows include lunch and show at $32.00 Read More