Main Street Cemetery recently “came to life” at the Downers Grove Historical Society’s annual “Living Cemetery” event.
The sun was shining, and fall was in the air as scores of Downers Grove residents came to experience the “Living Cemetery” event on October 21. They experienced a community
How A Downers Grove Family Honored American Indians Emery Timke was very active in Indian welfare for all Native American tribes and was a member of the American Indian Center
(by Joyce Tumea) “A Care Bear come-to-life” could well describe Downers Grove resident Bruce Swanson, the Downers Grove Historical Society’s (DGHS) choice for the 2023 Montrew Dunham Award (MDA). “Caring”
Lisa Marie Farver, Patch Staff DOWNERS GROVE, IL — Recent renovations to the 1846 Blodgett House has earned Downers Grove Museum recognition from the Association of Midwest Museums (AMM). The
By Darcel Rockett, Tina E. Akouris and Claire Malon, Chicago Tribune If you were paying attention in history class, you’ll recall the Underground Railroad wasn’t a railroad at all. Rather, it was