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Old Canal Days

Dates: Now - Jun. 17, 2018
Times: Varies through the weekend
Category: Festivals , Lockport, IL 60441
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This family-friendly event starts Thursday when the carnival comes to town! Friday evening officially kicks off the event with the parade following. The main stage will be located at Central Square with a beer and wine tent and exceptional entertainment lined up throughout the entire weekend; and the craft show will run Saturday and Sunday between 6th Street and 8th Street on State. There are numerous activities and exhibits scheduled at the Lincoln Landing as well as Heritage Village.

What's Nearby:
Rialto Square Theatre
Pilcher Park Nature Center
Fairfield Inn & Suites Joliet North/Plainfield
Louis Joliet Mall
The Levy Center

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