Happy May Everyone!
Spring has finally arrived in our hometown and the
activities for this month are in full swing.
This month is the season opener for the
"Melting Pot Market", and this year will feature more
artists, vendors and entertainment than ever before.
For all you Trivia Night buffs, you won't be
disappointed, just scroll down to see who will be
holding their events in the next week or two.
The "Pound Pets" Yard Sale will be held under the
Elk's Pavillion this month, stop by and help support
their wonderful work.
Thank you Jack Rainey for once again sharing your
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|GRANITE CITY COMMUNITY BAND
|30th Anniversary Concert
Friday, May 4th
from 7 pm to 9 ;m
Southwestern Illinois Campus
4950 Maryville Road
This is a free concert, join
us for refreshments & door
|It’s that time... for those who can please mark your
calendars and join us on Saturday May 19th
for our first 2018 community clean up.
Let’s meet again at the gazebo on Madison Ave at 10am.
We’ll move in both directions as we spring clean that area.
If you can’t join us this time please watch for posts about
our future clean ups, or grab a group of friends and
tackle another area.
|Curtain's Up Theater Company
Auditions for "Into The Woods"
Directed by Glenn Saltamachia
Auditions held on Saturday, May 12th at 10 a.m.
at the Alfresco Performing Arts Center
2401 Delmar Avenue
Productions dates are August 3 & 4, 2018 and
August 9th through August 11th, 2018
Contact Glenn Saltamachia at email@example.com
|June 1 and June 2
on Main Street in Collinsville
11 am till 10 pm
A 2 day event celebrating
horseradish and the community
Food . Entertainment
Little Miss Horseradish
Family Fun Area
This is a festival you won't
want to miss
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|"This picture taken in 1907 is described as "Hard times in Granite City." Mayor Morgan LeMasters is reading to
a large gathering in front of Childs-Anderson Furniture Store on 19th Street. It was the depression of 1907.
At least 5,000 immigrants had come to Granite to find jobs in the plants. This was the time the name "Hungary Hollow" was
changed to "Hungry Hollow". (Photo credt: Granite City; A Pictorial History)