Libertyville residents without power can cool off at the Civic Center.
Monday, July 11, 2011
The Village of Libertyville has opened a cooling center at the Civic Center, 135 W. Church St., where residents can stay until power is restored, according to a news release. As a precautionary measure, village officials are urging people to limit water usage where possible and completely refrain from outdoor watering until power is fully restored. Residents are also urged to stay clear of downed power lines to ensure safety. The Public Works Department expect the cleanup from the storm may take up to two weeks. Commonwealth Edison is currently unable to provide an estimate of when power will be restored. As of 10 a.m. July 11, 298,000 customers in the northern suburbs are without power. If you need assistance with the cleanup of tree …
Libertyville Days festival will fun from June 16 to 19.
Peace, Love and Libertyville will run from June 16 through June 19, and this year’s event promises to be the coolest yet! The Libertyville Civic Center Foundation has a selection of seemingly psychedelic, yet still family-oriented events designed to bring out your inner hippie, including a carnival, rides and games, live entertainment, the Taste of Libertyville, an outdoor Art Fair and the spectacular Libertyville Days Parade. Don’t worry if you rock out a little too close to the speakers while listening to music on the main stage – you can have your hearing checked for free on The Lions of Illinois Hearing Bus! For more information www.libciviccenter.org/festival2011 CARNIVAL RIDES, GAMES, FOOD HOURS: TASTE OF LIBERTYVILLE FOOD COURT: …