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See the Barker Folk Art Bison in the Wilmington Parade

Dates: Nov. 24, 2018 - Nov. 24, 2018
Times: 5 p.m.
Category: Holiday - Fall/Winter
Location: Water Street in Wilmington, IL, Water Street , Wilmington, IL 60481
Phone: 815-423-6370
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See "Buck" the Folk Art Bison by the late John "Jack" Barker in the annual holiday parade in historic downtown Wilmington, Illinois! The 7-foot intuitive art sculpture was made with scrapped plastics and other materials & is an example of Barker's beloved interpretations of local nature & conservation.


What's Nearby:
Starved Rock Lodge - Cabins
Joliet Iron Works Historic Site
Utica Business Association
Captain's Cove Bar and Grill
Joliet Slammers Baseball
Kayak Morris

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