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Trailside Inn & Timber Lake Special

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map-buttonTrailside Inn
21-78 Lake Carroll Blvd
Lake Carroll, Illinois 61046
815-493-8484

http://www.trailsideinc.com
tralside@aol.com

 

STAY & PLAY at Trailside Inn – Lake Carroll this Summer!

 

STAY in one of our comfortable rooms.

PLAY at our beautiful 18 hole miniature golf course.

See a wonderful PLAY at Timber Lake Playhouse.

 

Receive one overnight stay, two rounds of mini golf, and two Timber Lake Theatre tickets!

All for only $119.00

 

Terms: Available Sun,Tues, Weds & Thurs only

Performances are June 4, 2015 – Aug 23, 2015

Subject to availability.

 

Events

Calendar of Events In and Around Carroll County


Detailed Events Schedule

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Up-To-The-Minute Events

For move up-to-the-minute events in, and around, Carroll County, visit Carroll County IL Tourism and What’s Happening Carroll County IL on Facebook for up-to-date events.



Barn Quilt Trail

Lanark Illinois 28032 Harvest Road (Corner of Harvest and Maple Grove Road) web

Barn Quilts of Carroll County Illinois

WHAT IS YOUR BARN QUILT STORY

“The American Quilt Trail Movement” is credited to Donna Sue Groves. Much of the information gathered here is from excerpts of the book entitled “Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Movement” written by Suzi Parron with Donna Sue Groves.

Carroll County, Illinois is very pleased to announce our participation in this movement. Our “Trail” has been organized by the Carroll County Hotel / Motel Tax Board.

Click here for our 2016 “Barn Quilt Trail” Map.

The first official quilt trail began in 2001 in Adams County, Ohio. Donna Sue Groves wanted to honor her mother, Maxine, a noted quilter, with a painted quilt square on the family’s tobacco barn in Manchester, Ohio. Although many believe that the Groves farm is home to the first barn quilt, it is not the case. The first barn quilt was an “Ohio Star” which was unveiled as part of a community celebration at a nearby herb farm. The Groves farm later became part of a trail of 20 “Barn Quilts” that formed a driving trail through Adams County. Although an emerging concept, a U.S. National Quilt Trail has rapidly spread across Ohio to Iowa, Kentucky, Kansas, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Maryland, Michigan, New York, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, Texas, Minnesota, Nebraska, Colorado, South Dakota, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Oregon. Carroll County, Illinois is very proud to participate in this trail. British Columbia, Canada has developed a trail, and barn quilts also exist in Ontario, Canada.

There are many places on-line that you can order pre-made “Barn Quilts” or you can find complete directions on-line for making your own. On our Facebook page “Barn Quilts of Carroll County Illinois” you can also find a list of people in Carroll County who will make them for other people.

Barn quilts enhance the beauty of the countryside and are enjoyed by those who pass by. Carroll County is very fortunate to have many “Barn Quilts” already in existence throughout its countryside. Mt. Carroll resident Vivian Curley, over the last couple years has compiled information on many of the existing “Barn Quilts” in our area and we are working to compile our trail from the start of this list. We certainly would like to see “Barn Quilt Fever” continue to grow in Carroll County. Our end goal, is to promote agri-tourism and attract visitors to our rural community.

Please visit our Facebook page to see our listings of photos and information on the Carroll County Barn Quilt Trail. Here is the link: https://www.facebook.com/barnquiltsofcarrollcountyillinois Albums have started for each town in Carroll County and also albums for barn quilts in surrounding areas in close proximity of Carroll County.

A preliminary list has been compiled and has been published on our website and can be viewed on this page http://www.visitcarrollcountyil.com/barn-quilt-trail It is our sincere desire to verify the information we have, gather more information, and compile a more complete list. Once this task has been completed, we intend to utilize the collected information in our promotional, advertising, and marketing materials for Carroll County

Here are some things that you can do to help us complete the Carroll County Barn Quilt Trail.

  • If your barn quilt is currently listed but you prefer not to participate or wish that your information not be published, simply contact us and your information will be promptly removed from our list.
  • If you currently have a barn quilt and your information is listed correctly, please contact us and let us know all is okay.
  • If you currently have a barn quilt but your information is not listed, please contact us with all of your information and we will come and take a photo of your barn quilt and it will be added to the list. Be certain to include the address and any other information that may assist visitors in finding the specific location.
  • If you do not currently have a barn quilt but would like to participate in the “Carroll County Barn Quilt Trail”, please send us all your information and let us know when we can come and take a photo of it.

We would also like to feature the history of any of the barn quilts that are placed on historic old barns or out buildings. By answering the questions below, it will enable us to help visitors learn of the rich heritage Carroll County has to offer.

  1. How long has the property been in the family?
  2. Who purchased the property and when?
  3. When was the barn constructed?
  4. What materials were used in its construction?
  5. Was the architecture determined by the function of the barn?
  6. What was its original function?
  7. What function does it presently serve?
  8. What is the name or origin of the quilt pattern?
  9. What is the significance or symbology of the quilt pattern?

If you or anyone you know would like to share your barn quilt story with us, please contact Connie Zink at 815-565-0024 or message us through our Facebook page.

Carroll County Barn Quilt Trail (Please Click On The First Photo In Each Album To View Full Screen)

Chadwick Barn Quilts

Lanark Barn Quilts

Mount Carroll Barn Quilts 

 

Savanna Barn Quilts

Savanna’s Festival of Trees

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Savanna’s Festival of Trees
December 6, 2014 – December 14, 2014
12:00 pm – 7:00 pm

It’s a Wonderful Life as sponsors from Savanna and surroundings communities show their Holiday spirit. Fifty lighted Christmas trees are delightfully decorated by local businesses, organizations and individuals in a competition for the Best Tree. Beneath each tree are gift items worth $25 to $400 as Raffle prizes to benefit the Savanna Museum & Cultural project. Visitors submit their votes for the Best Tree. Special Festival Events will entertain children and families. Stay and watch nostalgic Christmas movie classics that run throughout the Festival. Donations are appreciated and help the Savanna Historical Society NFP open the Savanna Museum & Cultural Center on a permanent basis.

Hours are Sat & Sun noon to 6pm and weekdays 4-7 pm. The Savanna Historical Museum is located at 406 Main Street in downtown Savanna.

Mount Carroll’s Christmas Walk & Tour of Homes

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Mount Carroll Christmas Walk & Tour of Homes
December 6, 2014
9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Dickens characters will stroll about downtown Mt Carroll and old-fashioned horse drawn wagons will take you back in time along our brick streets. Take time to check the unique shops & restaurants. Plan to spend the evening and experience a variety of live musical entertainment at our eateries & pubs.

Savanna’s Annual Christmas Walk

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Savanna’s Annual Christmas Walk
November 28, 2014

We’re making a list and checking it twice. Not ready to share but it’s gonna be nice. Santa Claus is coming to our little town featuring authentic small-town hospitality, shopping, dining, entertainment, and more! Be certain to invite your friends and family!

Shannon’s Hometown Christmas

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“2014 Hometown Christmas”
Friday, Nov. 21 st & Saturday, Nov. 22 nd

Download a Printable PDF Here!

Download a Printable PDF Christmas Parade Entry Form Here!

Hometown Christmas Traditional Events

  • Shannon Lions Chili & Soup Supper – At the Fire Station, Friday 4:30pm–7pm
  • Visit with Santa and Live Reindeer – At the Fire Station, Friday 5pm-7pm
  • Kids Create an ornament to hang on the Community Christmas Tree – At the Fire Station, Friday 4:30pm-7pm
  • Lighting of the Community Christmas Tree – In the Park, Friday 7:30
  • Lighted Christmas Parade – Friday 7:45pm (rain date – Nov. 22 nd ) Start at EMS (west), past the park to South Street, to Linn, to Bradshaw, to Hickory, back to EMS
  • Hot Chocolate & Cookies – In the Park before & during the Parade

Homes & Crafters

  1. Blarney Stone Popcorn & Gifts – 2 W. Market. – 20+ flavors of popcorn, coffees, Keurig single serve. Galena Canning Co. items, napkins on sale. Many great gifts. Fri. 9am–8pm, Sat. 9am–6pm
  2. The Shannon Café – 29 E. Market – Daily specials, home style cooking, soups, salads & desserts. Sunday smorgasbord (last Sunday of month) Café hours-Tues-Thurs 6am-9pm Sun 7am-2pm
  3. Family Tree Creations – 409 S. Walnut. Primitive, folk art, wreaths, Felted wool mittens, crocheted kids hats, snowmen, fall Fri. 9am–5:00pm, Sat. 9am–3pm
  4. Christmas at Cindy’s – 209 S. Chestnut. Hand painted items, decorated trees, photo cards, sewn creations. Bake shop featuring cinnamon rolls, cookies, specialty breads. Fri. 8:30am–6pm, Sat. 8:30am–2pm
  5. Christmas Gatherings  – 201 S. Hickory (Wesley Chapel). Marge’s peanut brittle, cookies, candies. Lynn’s handmade crafts, appliqued towels, table runners, Nola’s pies, fudge, divinity, cutout cookies Fri. 9am–5pm, Sat. 9am–2pm
  6. Christmas in the Village – 501 S Walnut – Amy’s Fascinators & Pins, Rachel’s Pen & Ink Plates & Birchwood Snowmen, candles, bath & body, handmade purses, decorated wreaths & trees, Inspired Whimsically Fri.9am-5pm Sat.9am-2pm
  7. Dollinger Tree Farm – 23882 Payne Rd. – Gift shop, Tree trims, Order wreath & cemetery decorations, Christmas trees. Door prizes. Complementary Enticements hot cider and treats Fri. & Sat. 8am–5pm
  8. Trailside General Store & Gifts – 2 mi. West of Rt. 72 & Rt. 73 on Zier Rd. – Enjoy a Cappuccino, save with our $5 lunch specials, 25% off all holiday trim & décor. Fri. & Sat. 6:30 am–9 pm
  9. Silver Moon Winery -21305 Zier Rd. Wine, accessories, imported olive oils & balsamic vinegars. Sat 12-5pm, Sunday 12pm–3pm (Sat & Sun apply through December 14 th No Friday’s) www.silvermoonwineryinc.com
  10. Holiday Celebration with the Pannkuk’s – 210 S Chestnut- Unique solar light designs, homemade goodies and NEW this year- Pallet Art. A must stop location. Fri. 8am-5pm Sat. 8am-3pm
  11. Je’Rod’s Bar&Grill – Stop in try our delicious burgers, Our customers say they are the best around Fri/Sat11am-10pm
  12. Hot Chocolate House – 317 Sunrise Drive – Christmas crafts, baked goods, pies ,cookies, breads & cinnamon rolls Fri 8-5pm Sat. 8-3pm
  13. Noordhoff’s Nook – 302 E Sunrise Drive – Celebrate a handmade holiday! Decorative wine bottles, wood crafts, homemade egg noodles, baked goods, cookies in a jar, crocheted dish clothes, & more! Fri 8:30-6:30pm/Sat 8:30-3pm
  14. 2 Ol Putzers – 201 S. Hickory (Wesley Chapel) – Hand painted items, ornaments, wood firemen. Fisherman, decorated gift bags. Fri. 9am–5pm, Sat. 9am–2pm
  15. Wirtjes Agency – 106 W Market – Christmas at the Office: Baked goods, homemade jelly, Handmade candles, unique gifts, lotions, and much more!! Many gifts ideas under $20 Fri. 9-5pm Sat. 9-3pm
  16. Shear Elegance & Mary Kay – 118 E Division – Mary Kay, gifts & gift ideas, Visit our salon & sample our products. Don’t forget to register to win a facial or pedicure. Fri- 9-6pm Sat. 9-3pm
  17. Shannon Fire Station – 14 S Hickory – over 20 Crafters all in the same location. Hours: Fri 9am-7pm & Sat 9am-3pm.

1. L-BRI by Vickie Beyer – Natural Aloe Vera based skin care- health and wellness products

2. Crafts by Bonnie Miles – Purses, aprons, table mats, quilts, pillow cases, potholders for bowls, other textiles

3. Crafts by Beverly Hayunga – Crotchet towels and other Christmas items, solar lights, shelving, and wall hangers.

4. Creatively Yours – Ruth Fagan & Diane VanRaden Bake goods, Christmas Crafts, Homemade Candy, honey, homemade jams, fleece baby blankets

5. Mary Kay – Jeannette Murray – Skin Care packed with multiple benefits. Special offers you don’t want to miss.

6. Pretty Stitches – Brett & Elayne Sivertsen- Custom apparel, gift decoration, custom made shirts for Eastland

7. Bake goods by Jackie Brown – baked items, breads, cookies, coffee cakes, crafts

8. Scentsy – Sherry Burke- Fragrance a safe way to scent your environment.

9. Crafts by Dee – Table runners, placemats, lots of crafts and seasonal items

10. Vera Adams – Handmade Bibs, towels, dish rags

11. Candy’s Crafts & More – Candy Curran Assorted crafts

12. Bonnie’s Brittles – Various types of brittles made extra thin. Spanish peanut, pecan, homemade cashew, black walnut, phopsuey.

13. Eastland Cheerleaders – Face painting, Eastland & EPC Apparel

14. Jewelry & Crafts by Dorie, Norm & Ardith –  Hand-cut stones, Handmade jewelry, crafts, cinnamon rolls

15. FAB JC with Inspired Creations – hand woven jewelry

16. Cindy’s Crocheted Creations – Character hats, infinity scarfs, Brim hats, boot cuff, collar scarfs, headbands

17. Crafts by Diane – Plastic canvas, crochet scarfs and other crafts

18. D’z Treats & Cards by Mary – Mixers in jars-handmade goodies, handmade greeting cards

19. Beads by Bonnie – Unique items made with beads and safety pins

20. Body works by Brenda – Brenda Moll- Chair Massages

21. Izzy Rose Boutique – American Girl doll clothes, children’s aprons, Upcycled mittens, etc. Bags all handmade

22. Alpca It Up-Kelly Miller – Socks, hats, gloves, items to warm you!

23. Dee’s Delights – Jams and Salsa’s

Jackie Brown & Family will be serving lunch at the fire station 11am-2pm.

Shannon Chamber of Commerce 150 yr. Shannon Memorabilia books- Special Pricing. Available @ Eastland Cheerleaders Booth@ Fire Station/ Blarney Stone/ First State Bank Shannon

Download a Printable PDF Here!

Download a Printable PDF Christmas Parade Entry Form Here!

Vintage Christmas Card

Model Train Club Open House

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An open house is planned at the Northwestern Illinois Model Train Club for Saturday Nov 15 and Sunday Nov 16, from 10 AM to 4PM at their facility located at 101 Main Street, Chadwick. They will have an “N” scale running on the main floor and “HO” scale running in the basement.

The Club was formed in January 2003 with an empty basement and 16 members. The club now has 27 members, and two different size working layouts. The “HO” scale layout has 3 levels covering the entire 30’ x 60’ basement. The 30’ x 14’ “N” scale running on DCC and DC has a yard and bridges that takes up half of the main floor. Make sure you bring your camera. We also have the busy BNSF right across the street.

The club would like to take this opportunity to show the model train layouts to the public. Enjoy your visit and make sure to sign our guest book. We are always welcoming new members to join and share their interest in trains. We are also looking for N-scale modelers to join our membership willing work on and run the N-scale layout that is already built. You can also join us on Facebook, just search for Northwestern Illinois Model Railroad Club.

To have your name added to the club’s mailing list or for more information on this event send an email to: nwilmrr@gmail.com, or you can also call Duane Imel 815-684-5216 evenings.

Shop Hop 2014

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Shops Open 9AM to 5PM, unless otherwise noted.

Lanark, Illinois
Participating Shops: 6

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1. Dollinger Christmas Tree Farm
23882 Payne Rd
815-8564-2437
pinetree1965@frontiernet.net
dollingertreefarm.com
Christmas gift shop featuring locally made tree trims, potholders, aprons, vintage Christmas corner, all sizes and styles of evergreen wreaths and country decorations. Support the made local program. Complimentary enticements to ward off the chill.

2. End of the Road
308 S. East Lanark Ave
815-493-6487
Antiques, gifts, collectibles, furniture, Mercantile, primitives and prairie arrangements in the cottage at the end of the road. We reclaim, remake, refurbish, buy and sell. Hours: March-December OPEN daily 9-5, January/February OPEN Friday and Saturday only.

3. Picket Fence
407 E. Franklin
815-297-3576
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Picket-Fence/107429152667066
collinscsm@gmail.com
Large carriage house shop brimming with handmade décor and gifts by several talented artisans. Stunningly decorated trees, snowmen, inspirational wall art, lighted arrangements, fabric crafts and more. See our photos on Facebook!

4. The Hollow Fencepost
124 E. Carroll St
815-493-9066
hollowfence@mediacombb.net
www.thehollowfencepost.com
Antiques, barnwood furniture, home accessories and décor, linens, holiday decorations, Longaberger, embroidered towels and linens with custom possibilities. Handmade baby items. Premier jewelry.

5. The Special Touch/Unique Mall
504 W. Illinois Rt 64
815-493-6366
www.specialtouchflowers.net
Holiday silk decorations, fresh flowers for all events, Willow Tree angels, Rowe pottery, candles, gift items for all, and in the mall items from local crafters as well as some antiques. Door prizes and refreshments.

6. Twice-Sold Tales
Unique Mall, 504 Il Rt 64
815-493-6366
www.Facebook.com/TwiceSoldTales
dek645@gmail.com
Browse thousands of gently used books by favorite authors in all categories, priced from 10 cents to $5.00, with most hardbacks $1.00 and paperbacks 50 cents or 3 for $1.00. Proceeds support the Lanark Public Library.

For more information about Lanark visit: www.lanarkil.com

Mount Carroll, Illinois

Participating Shops: 8

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1. Charlotte Arvelle Glass
118 W Market St
815-244-3554
charlotte@grics.net
www.charlottearvelle.com
Working glass studio that features award-winning kiln fired glass by Charlotte Behrens along with a collection of other fine American craft.

2. Country Girl Boutique
902 S Jackson St (Rt 64)
815-244-2242
cgbmtx@yahoo.com
countrygirlboutique.biz
Men’s and women’s clothing, boots, accessories, décor and much more. We’re not your every day boutique.

3. dabluz boutique
116 E Market St
Mt Carroll IL 61053
shop@dabluz.com
www.facebook.com/dabluz
Handmade and vintage desirables, including new and vintage supplies for crafting.

4. Flower Fan-A-See
904 S. Clay St.
www.flowerfanasee.com
815-244-1123
Fresh and silk flowers, candles, plants and lots of gifts and seasonal décor. Find us on the corner of Rt 78 and 64 at the four way stop.

5. Ideas n’ Designs Antiques
116 W Market St
815-244-7875
A his and hers compatible shopping experience! Antiques, car museum, Mad Hatter Tea Room, wholesale designer fabric, vintage clothing, Victorian library, much more! Meet the Mad Hatter, and remember to: “Trust your crazy Ideas!”

6. Land of Oz Craft Mall
Rt 64-52
815-244-3739
landofoz@grics.net
Land of Oz Craft Mall on Rt 64, featuring “there’s no place like home” accents for every room, seasonal wall and primitive wood décor, quilts mixed with vintage, collectables, candles, jewelry, Christmas Corner Cider Donuts

7. Prairie Path Sampler
1002 Lowden Rd
815-244-3462
fern.stadel@yahoo.com
www.bbonline.com/il/prairiepath
Wide assortment of quilted wall hangings, table runners, sweat-shirts, wood benches and chairs.

8. Zenga’s@Imaginarium Now and Zen gallery
108 W Market St
563-212-7155
zenga21@yahoo.com
zengas.com
Vintage meets urban funk. Unique art, unique style, uniquely you. Paintings, jewelry, clothing and accessories. An eclectic mix of original artists from the local community.

For more information about Mt. Carroll visit: www.mtcarrollil.org

Savanna, Illinois
Participating Shops: 5

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1. Land of Oz Dolls
1723 Portland Ave
815-565-0024
www.landofozdolls.net
landofozdolls@mchsi.com
Open November 14 and 15 only. Museum quality antique reproduction and modern porcelain dolls, doll supplies and seasonal gift items.

2. River Valley Designs
218 Main St
815-273-2325
rudesigns@hotmail.com
rivervalleydesignsbt.com
Along with fresh flowers and plants, River Valley is furnished with three floors of home décor, gifts, and novelty items. 20% off all fall décor during the Shop Hop. Stop and enter for door prizes.

3. Sassy Stems
700 Main St
815-273-7668
christierice@yahoo.com
Home décor, jewelry, flowers, purses and a secret sale.

4. Savanna Market Place
321 Main St
815-273-0336
savannamarketplace321@gmail.com
www.savannamarketplace.com
Locally handcrafted goods from Carroll and Jo Davis counties. We feature art, jewelry, woodworking, home décor, soaps, lotions, candles and much more. Serving locally roasted coffee and espresso. A uniquely Illinois store.

5. Savanna Woman’s Club Craft Show
November 8 Only
2215 Wacker Rd
815-273-7376
savannawomansclub@yahoo.com
www.savanna.gfwcillinois.org
Savanna Woman’s club Gift and Craft Fair, 9 am to 3 pm, Nov. 8. only. $1.00 admission, over 60 crafters, food available for purchase. Proceeds go to community projects.

For more information about Savanna visit: www.visitsavanna.com or www.savannail.com

Fulton, Illinois
Participating Shops: 5

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1. River Huis Traders Antiques
1105 4 th St
815-589-3160
ednakolk@hotmail.com
Carefully chosen antiques. Large selection of Dutch items. Sculptures and paintings.

2. Susan’s Calico Creations
1108 4 th St
815-589-2221
susancalicocreations@hotmail.com
www.susancalicocreations.com
We sell cotton fabrics for quilting. We also sell books, patterns and notions for quilting.

3. Timber Lane Christmas Tree Farm / TLC Country Store
7250 Garden Plain Rd
309-887-4892
bholesinger@frontiernet.net
www.timberlanetreefarm.com
Handmade products from over 50 crafters. Baby items, toys, 18” doll clothes, towels, purses, scarves, fall and Christmas décor, wall hangings, plaques, books and puzzles, all at great low prices. Salsas, jams, beets and relish. To TLC Country Store. Take Hwy 136 for 1.9 miles to Frog Pond Rd. Travel 4 miles on Frog Pond Road and turn left onto Garden Plain Rd.

4. Windmill Cultural Center
111 10 th Ave
815-589-4033
www.cityoffulton.us
The Windmill Cultural Center has Dutch chocolate, licorice, cookies, coffee, teas, Delft porcelain, European cookbooks, children’s books, dictionaries, Fulton souvenirs, and stone ground flour from the de Immigrant Windmill.

5. Words of Wisdom Christian Books and Gifts
1021 4 th St
815-589-2998
wordswisdom@hotmail.com
www.christianbookstorefulton.com
Christian fiction and nonfiction books, Bibles, Bible covers, jewelry, CDs, DVDs, cards, home décor, gifts for all occasions including new baby, baptism, first communion, confirmation, wedding and anniversary.

For more information about Fulton visit: www.cityoffulton.us

RESTAURANTS

LANARK:

A. Brothers Restaurant
103 E Rt 64
815-493-2555
Family Style Restaurant. Open 6 am to 9 pm. Great Food! Fresh Daily Specials.

B. The Crooked Roof
109 E Carroll St
815-493-6838
jluning@hotmail.com
www.facebook.com/thecrookedroof
The Crooked Roof offers amazing handmade pizza, char-grilled burgers, unique specials and a full bar. Stop in for a bite or stay for fun. We have music on the weekends and beer garden available.

MT CARROLL

C. Market Street Commons
320 N Main
815-244-0055
lou@brickstreetcoffee.com
Coffee, sandwiches, ice cream, bakery, hot dogs, cotton candy.

SAVANNA

D. Café Crumbles
411 Main St
815-273-0210
www.facebook.com/pages/Cafe-Crumbles/585676598151865
Open 6 days a week, Tuesday-Sunday, 7 am to 2 pm. Serving breakfast and lunch, gourmet coffees, frappe, smoothies and variety of muffins. Daily specials and homemade soups.

FULTON

E. Krumpets Bakery Café
1016 4 th St
815-208-7143
krumpetsbakery@gmail.com
krumpetsbakery.com
Full service restaurant and coffee bar. Homemade soups, daily specials, breads, pastries and desserts. Several homemade pies made fresh daily. Extensive breakfast and dinner menu.

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MiniAbe Visits Carroll County

MiniAbe recently traveled to Carroll County! The popular tourism icon was spotted at The Crooked Roof, Dollinger Tree Farm, Hickory Hideaway, Lake Carroll, Silvermoon Winery, and Trailside Inn.