Sunday, September 2, 2018

We Invite You to Read the SEPTEMBER Issue of the Owl Creek Gazette

The Owl Creek Gazette is Available to Read in Print and Online ... Visit the September Issue of the OCG Online on our Current Issue Page

Thursday, August 23, 2018

October To Be A Busy Month at the OCG!

The Owl Project: An Art Exhibit sponsored by the Owl Creek Gazette will be held at Adam Bros Coffeehouse, at 110 South Second Street in downtown Greenville, IL and will be open to the public (free of charge) from Thursday evening, October 11th (at 7pm) through Saturday afternoon, October 13th (until 2pm). The project is inspired by this year's OCG Autumn Dinner theme featuring Louisa May Alcott and her ever-popular book, Little Women (with a nod to the owl paintings her sister, May, painted for her).
The Owl Project Art Exhibit is seeking artwork with an owl theme including paintings, photographs, needlework, sculptures, and other mediums. There are two categories for entries: 1) A Teen Division (ages 13-19) and 2) an Adult Division (20 and up). To have artwork shown in the exhibit, there is an exhibitor's fee of $5 (which permits up to 3 entries per person). Entry is not limited to individuals in a particular geographic location, but instead is open to anyone who is able to submit their artwork in person the week prior to the event (entry dates/time to be announced) and meet the additional criteria described above. Prizes will be awarded (and are TBA as well).

Join us for our 5th Annual Owl Creek Gazette Autumn Dinner on Saturday, October 13th from 6pm-8:30pn at Adam Bros Coffeehouse, 110 S. Second St. in downtown Greenville, IL This Year’s Dinner Theme is Louisa May Alcott with our menu inspired by meals featured in Alcott’s book, Little Women. In addition to the wonderful meal which will be prepared by OCG chef, Roxanne Bolla, the evening will include a visit from Louisa May Alcott herself, courtesy of the talents of Angie Chute, public speaker, research librarian, and Director of the Trenton Library. “Louisa” will be speaking about her life, her work, her regrets, her death, and her continued influence on us all. Tickets must be purchased in advanced: Adults: $20, Children 12 and under: $10. Tickets are available for purchase here on the website (right hand side of homepage)  or send your check to Owl Creek Gazette, P.O. Box 81, Greenville, IL 62246.

For more information on either of these events, contact or call 618-580-8766.

Sunday, July 29, 2018

Monday, July 9, 2018

Saturday, June 30, 2018

Our July 2018 Issue of the Owl Creek Gazette is Hot Off the Press and Ready to Read!

We invite you to read our July 2018 issue online via our Archived Issues page.

For readers who would also enjoy picking up a print copy of the July issue, we invite you to stop in at any one of the 110+ locations in 12 counties throughout Illinois where our publication is available. Location listings are on page 24 of the OCG. 

Sunday, June 3, 2018