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We’ve Got the Beet

The Oswego Country Market it your place to shop local every Sunday throughout the summer! The Market offers plenty of choices to buy fresh produce, meats, eggs, artisan cheeses, specialty foods like pasta, olives, popcorn, honey, & spices, and handmade items. Be one of the first few hundred visitors to the market on Sunday, June… Read More

Find a New Furry Friend at Prairie Paws

Could one of the dogs attending PrairieFest’s Prairie Paws Pet Adoption event be the companion for you? Many friendly pooches will be waiting to meet potential new buddies on Saturday, June 18 from 10:00am-2:00pm. You can find them on the PrairieFest grounds, south of Oswego High School at the soccer fields. This year marks the fourth… Read More

Market Returns In June

The Oswego Country Market kicks off the 2016 season on Sunday, June 5th. A variety of nearly 40 vendors will set up each Sunday, June through September, in Downtown Oswego from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Shopping local is easy with plenty of choices to buy produce, meat, cheese, eggs, and much more. This year… Read More

First Splash of Summer

Summer fun at the pool starts soon! The Civic Center Aquatic Park opens May 30 and Winrock Pool opens on June 4. Civic Center Aquatic Park offers: zero depth pool, play fountains, sand play area, flume waterslide, two drop slides, kiddie slide, lap lanes, poolside chaise lounge chairs, and a playground area. The Coral Reef… Read More

Fashionable Earth Day

On Friday, April 22, Project Greenway celebrated Earth Day in recycled fashion. Aspiring artists and designers displayed their accessories and walked the runway, with the majority of the pieces being made out of natural or recycled materials. The three judges, Patti Bridge, a fashion teacher at Oswego High School, Angela Sharbert, a fashion teacher at… Read More

1st Annual Trail Run

Our first Saw Wee Kee Park Spring Trail Run was a warm, sunny, run through the community’s wildest park. Over 60 athletes climbed the hills, ran through the single track, and wondered if they were indeed on the right path. Each crossed the finish line, leaving Athletic Event Coordinator Mike Roth happy that no one was left… Read More

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