What to do in Rockton this weekend: Friday, Jul. 29 - Sunday, Jul. 31

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Justin Jones at After the Vine, plus art, plus wine from six wineries

Here are four local happenings this weekend in Rockton and Roscoe, plus Historic Auto Attractions and Stateline STEM Academy Open House. Feel free to add your own events to our community calendar. For kid's events in the Stateline area, always consult Stateline Kids too.

Things to do in Rockton this weekend: Friday, Jul 29 - Sunday, Jul 31

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Arts & Wine on the Hawick - Fri Jul 29 6:00 pm

After the Vine

Multiple artists and their displays set up on the walkway on E. Hawick Street with items for sale. Wine glass etching available. Set up at 3:00 p.m. Several wine vendors offering free wine tastings inside After The Vine. Pouring starts at 5:00. Mario’s Taco Express serving at 5:00. Justin Jones playing at 5:00. All tables and seating will be outside. Hosted by After The Vine, The Mix, and Mario’s Taco Express. [more details]


Drive 815: The Bad Guys - Sat Jul 30 8:30 pm

Rockton Athletic Fields

Admission: $25 per carload but $20 per movie with an early bird pass, $40 for both movies: Sing 2 on Friday and The Bad Guys on Saturday.  Get tickets.  The show starts at sunset (about 8:30 p.m.) but games, music, balloon-tying, and concessions open at 6:30 p.m.  Pizza, ice cream, theater popcorn, drinks, candy, and chips at reasonable prices.
https://www.facebook.com/TheDrive815  [more details]


Rockton Sign Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - Sun Jul 31 11:30 am

Corner of Hwy 2 & Union St., Rockton

Open to the public - Join Mayor John Peterson at a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Village of Rockton sign, a service project organized and paid for by Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Rockton, IL. Please come see the new signs highlighting the amenities in Rockton and the non-profit organizations.  [more details]


Drive 815: Sing 2 - Fri Jul 29 8:30 pm

Rockton Athletic Fields

Admission: $25 per carload but $20 per movie with an early bird pass, $40 for both movies: Sing 2 on Friday and The Bad Guys on Saturday. Get tickets. The show starts at sunset (about 8:30 p.m.) but games, music, balloon-tying, and concessions open at 6:30 p.m. Pizza, ice cream, theater popcorn, drinks, candy, and chips at reasonable prices. https://www.facebook.com/TheDrive815   [more details]


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