“Chasing Charming” opens tonight at NCHS

The Nashville Community High School production of “Chasing Charming” is set to take the audience to a different kind of fairy tale adventure. The spring play will hit the stage on Friday, March 18 at 6 p.m., Saturday, March 19, at 6 p.m. and Sunday, March 20, at 3 p.m. The story, by Alaska ReeceContinue reading ““Chasing Charming” opens tonight at NCHS”

KC to host Winter Concert on March 3

The Kaskaskia College Choral Program is proud to announce its Winter Choir Concert in conjunction with the 2022 High School Honor Choir on Thursday, March 3, at 7:00 p.m. in the Kaskaskia College Jane Knight Auditorium. Featured ensembles will be the Kaskaskia College Concert Choir, Community Chorale, and High School Honor Choir under the direction ofContinue reading “KC to host Winter Concert on March 3”

Things to Do in Nashville, IL

Best places to go and learn more about Nashville and the surrounding land. Posen Woods Nature Preserve It’s Here Posen is home to generations of untouched land. It’s a wide range of areas and that is why there isn’t a specfic address, but the website does tell you where to go and how to getContinue reading “Things to Do in Nashville, IL”

Shopping in Nashville, IL

Nashville is Home to some unique stores and boutiques. Dream’s Closet 10374 Illinois Route 127 This consignment store is unique. You can catch them on Facebook where they post daily updates on markdowns. If you love to thrift this is the place for you. Stop by on your way to St. Louis and try onContinue reading “Shopping in Nashville, IL”

Nashville’s Night-Life

The top two most vistied bars in Nashville are right here! Blue Room 214 N Main Street This old tavern down Main is in disguise with the layout of the land. Although it might be unattractive from the outside many guests say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. Blue Room is an adventureContinue reading “Nashville’s Night-Life”

A Taste of Nashville

Nashville, IL is unique to diverse food options. Here is a few you should check out when visiting! Buretta’s Bar & Grill 185 E St. Louis Street Buretta’s is a locally owned and staffed restaurant, with a large menu of savory meals. This old chic grill is closed Saturdays for private catering and parties, thatContinue reading “A Taste of Nashville”

Theater returns to KC Jane Knight Auditorium

For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the Kaskaskia College Theatre Guild will host a fall production open to the public in the Jane Knight Auditorium on the college’s main campus. Kaskaskia College students will take the stage to perform “Check Please and Check Please: Take 2” for three performances November 19-21 .Continue reading “Theater returns to KC Jane Knight Auditorium”

Nashville celebrates 40th Fall Festival

Downtown Nashville featured all kinds of autumn-loving activities over the weekend as the Chamber of Commerce brought back the seasonal favorite to the courthouse square. Parades of pets, princesses and superheroes, tons of craft and food vendors and live entertainment made the first weekend of the fall season that much more festive. Check out ourContinue reading “Nashville celebrates 40th Fall Festival”

Second night for Taste of Hope is tonight

Taste of Hope continues this evening as more local restaurants contribute a portion of their proceeds to the Washington County Relay for Life. This week includes: Little Nashville Subway Nashville White House BBQ DuBois Blue Room New Minden Each restaurant will contribute 20 percent to the Relay for Life.

Large crowd attends Demolition Derby at Washington County Fair

The final event of this year’s Washington County Fair was big spectacle with hundreds in attendance watched the annual demolition derby. The rains on Friday had canceled the fair’s events, but the muddy conditions created a dirty derby slugfest with the first two rows warned that clumps will be slinging throughout the evening. Terry PelczynskiContinue reading “Large crowd attends Demolition Derby at Washington County Fair”