Tee Off to the 100th at Bartlett Hills
Saturday, 2/29 from noon to 3 p.m.
Bartlett Hills Golf Club, 800 W. Oneida Ave.

Although the 100th anniversary is six years away, it's never too early to get together and start sharing memories. Join in the fun on Saturday, 2/29, from noon to 3 p.m. at Bartlett Hills Golf Club, 800 W. Oneida Avenue. A $20 per person hot buffet lunch will be served with a cash bar available.

Bartlett History Museum will present, "Tee Off to the 100th, The Early History of Bartlett Hills." The program will include an exhibit of historic memorabilia, a trivia contest with prizes, and you will be able to video record your Bartlett Hills golfing recollections. Also, the golf simulator will be free during the event!

Reservations are required by Monday, 2/24. Please RSVP to Evan Blum by email evan@bartletthills.com or call 630-213-3103.

 

Free Family Craft at the Depot Museum
Saturday, 3/7 from 9 a.m. to noon
Bartlett Depot Museum, 100 W. Railroad Avenue

Children with their families are invited to come to the Depot Musuem on the first Saturday of the month to make a free craft item. Registration is not necessary but supplies are limited.

On Saturday, 3/7 - It's the 2020 Census! Learn how you can discover family history and more through past censuses and a craft.

 

Quilts, Secret Codes & the Underground Railroad
Tuesday, 3/10, starting at 6:30 p.m.
Bartlett Village Hall, 228 S. Main Street

What significance did quilts have for abolitionists, fugitive slaves and the underground railroad? Historical researcher Connie Martin will explain using 18 hand-crafted quilt replicas along with music, images and storytelling, in her presentation about quilt codes and how they were used to signal escape routes to the north.

Join the Bartlett History Museum for this free program. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for refreshments and a pre-program that will highlight abolitionist Elias C. Guild, Bartlett's first doctor. Martin's presentation begins at 7 p.m. Registration is required by phone 630-837-0800 or email prohleder@vbartlett.org with the number of people attending and your phone number.