Jane Lethlean Correspondent
FREEPORT — After riding on the back of a convertible as senior royalty in the Freeport School District homecoming parade on Wednesday, Sara Heiden joined her friends back at the school to continue with the celebration of Homecoming Week.“Homecoming is so important for Pretzel Pride because this is when the community comes together to celebrate and support the schools,” Heiden said.
Jane Lethlean Correspondent FREEPORT – Abstract and installation art is featured in "Found in Translation," the latest exhibition to open at Freeport Art Museum (FAM), with two galleries filled with artist interpretations of the environment.An opening reception for the exhibit, which will be on view through Nov. 4, will be open to the public and held from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at the museum, 121 N. Harlem Ave., Freeport.For the exhibit, artists from Fairfield, Iowa, created artwork that is...
Jane Lethlean Correspondent FREEPORT — With some 200 bicycle riders participating in Tour De Freeport today and 1,300 beer drinkers at Pretzel City Brewfest, the second day of a Destination Freeport weekend was a sun-soaked success.Tour De Freeport, an early-morning bike ride, took participants on a seven-mile route with 10 interactive art exhibits.At Tutty’s Crossing, the bicyclists met for a short program that unveiled pictures of notable people honored in a series of photographs presented...
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