Sunday, February 15, 2015

Tickets to our Owl Creek Gazette Self-Reliance Expo are on Sale Now!




OWL CREEK GAZETTE SELF-RELIANCE EXPO TICKET DETAILS BELOW:

1) General Admission tickets purchased in advance of the Expo date are $25 and allow attendees to enjoy every aspect of the Expo with the exception of the 100 Mile Meal.

2) General Admission tickets purchased the day of the event (at the door and not shown in this photo) are $30 and also allow attendees to enjoy all activities minus the 100 Mile Meal.

3) Tickets for attendees wanting to experience the full Expo package, including the 100 Mile Meal, are available for $40 and must be purchased in advance by Wednesday, April 1st as caterers will need to know the number of people dining at the Expo, as to purchase and prepare the appropriate amount of food.

4) Children TWELVE AND UNDER may attend the Expo itself at no charge. They may attend the 100 Mile Meal at 1/2 price ($7.50) when accompanied by a ticket holding adult. A child’s ticket for the 100 Mile Meal must also be purchased by April 1, 2015.

In the near future, tickets will also be available for purchase online via this website!

Remember ... attendees can save $5 on admission by buying their General Admission tickets in advance!

For more information on the Expo, visit our Self-Reliance EXPO NEWS page!

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Give the February 2015 Issue of the Owl Creek Gazette a Read ... In Print and Online!

The February 2015 issue of the Owl Creek Gazette is available on our CURRENT ISSUE PAGE ... featuring all the latest news on our upcoming Second Annual Owl Creek Gazette Self-Reliance Expo and more!





Wednesday, January 7, 2015

The JANUARY 2015 Issue of the Owl Creek Gazette is Ready to Read in Print and Online!

Lots of great information and inspiration in the 
January 2015 issue of the Owl Creek Gazette!  
PLUS we've included exciting news about our upcoming
2nd Annual Owl Creek Gazette Self-Reliance Expo!!!  
To give this month's issue a read, visit our Current Issue page





Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Music Filled the Air at the Owl Creek Gazette

We were pleased to host a number of local musicians at the
 Owl Creek Gazette over the December 13th-14th weekend.


Wildflower Conspiracy Duo Erin O'Toole (left) and Dale Hannah (right)
Co-Editors Jan and Don Stover (center)


Rural Rights Revival
Randy Keeling, Steve Clark, Mel Cloe and Swamp Weiss


Miguel Escobar of The Noble Manes

The above artists have CDs  available for purchase at the 
Owl Creek Gazette office 112 South Second Street in downtown Greenville, IL.  

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And the Music Continued....



On Wednesday, December 17th, we had members of the Greenville College Choir drop by the Owl Creek Gazette office as they were out and about Christmas caroling. We snapped this photo of the group and had a chance to record them singing a couple of carols. The harmonies were simply beautiful and what a way to make the day (and the season) even more festive!


Thursday, December 4, 2014

The 24 Page December Issue of the Owl Creek Gazette is Available Now!

The December 2014 issue of the Owl Creek Gazette is out and available
 in print and online as well as winging its way to our subscribers. 


We hope you enjoy this 24 page issue and
we send our best wishes to each of you for a wonderful Holiday Season!

~ Don and Jan

To read the December issue online, click on our CURRENT ISSUE page.




Sunday, November 30, 2014

Our Owl Creek Gazette Ribbon Cutting


A BIG THANKS to the Greenville Chamber of Commerce for sponsoring the Owl Creek Gazette Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Saturday, November 29 ... and thanks to the Chamber members and friends of the Owl Creek Gazette who came out and joined us in the celebration of our recent move and new digs at 112 South Second Street in Greenville, Illinois.


Monday, November 17, 2014

Winter Arrives at the Owl Creek Gazette ... in November!


A snowy look at our recently-moved-into Owl Creek Gazette office and Don's Uniques and Repairs shop now located at 112 South Second Street in downtown Greenville, Illinois.

"Though we still have much more to do organizing the place, we can tell our new digs will be a good fit and we are pleased to have the added space, good neighbors and a growing business we truly enjoy!"

~ Don and Jan Stover