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June 2019+ Export Listed Events
The Downtown Bloomington Farmers’ Market takes place around the McLean County Museum of History Square every Saturday from May to October. Stop by to shop the freshest vegetables, eggs, meats, baked goods, art and much more from local farmers and vendors. Seth Cocquit will be performing live from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Find out more »
Jazz Upfront is hosting jazz tenor saxophonist, Chip McNeill, who will be performing LIVE with his full quartet, the Chip McNeill Quartet! Make sure to stop in for some good music and a good time. This is one you won’t want to miss! Saxophonist and educator Chip McNeill is Department Head of Jazz Studies at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. Since the late 1980’s he has been an active road musician. He played as a regular member of the Woody… Find out more »
The Model T Club International will be coming to Bloomington Normal during the Ocean to Ocean reenactment.The will stop in Downtown Bloomington, near the McLean County Museum of History, on Monday, June 24, from 4-6 pm The group will be driving from Tarrytown, New York to Seattle, Washington, reenacting the 1909 Cross Country Endurance race that was created as a publicity stunt for the Alaska Yukon Pacific Exhibition. Find out more »
Fine Lines (Nashville TN) https://www.facebook.com/finelinesrocks/videos/2737194746307011/ The Golden Fleece (Peoria IL) https://youtu.be/L6YVO4riyDk Flying Buffaloes (Nashville TN) https://www.facebook.com/flyingbuffaloes/videos/501925520148942/ Find out more »
Join us at 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday, June 25 when Museum Librarian Bill Kemp will take us through an illustrated tour of Downtown Bloomington—emphasizing its political, economic, and social history, and all of the ebbs and flows of the past 188 years. In doing so, Kemp will demonstrate how the vibrancy and growth of the Twin Cities and the wider region are dependent on the revitalization of Bloomington’s historic downtown. This program is free and open to the public. Find out more »