Community Calendar

Peoria Magazines Community Calendar
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and shelter-in-place mandate, most events have been cancelled, postponed or virtualized. We continue to maintain our calendar with the latest information available to us. Please contact the host organization for the current status of any event.

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Wildlife Scary Park

Wildlife Prairie Park

A Peoria area tradition during the season of fright, Wildlife Scary Park offers a kid-friendly Halloween experience.  This family event offers trick-or-treating, hayrack rides, haunted train rides, animal encounters, professional pumpkin carver, and much more!

Annual Autism Walk

Central Illinois Autism Association

9:00am 5K Race
10:00am Awards Ceremony
10:15am Walk Start

Activities Immediately Following Race to Include:
Information & Resource Fair
Kids' Fun Run & Kids' Zone Activities
Food & Drink Available to Purchase

Family Magic Show

Peoria Magicians Assembly

The Peoria Magicians Assembly, Peoria’s only magic club, is having its annual Family Magic Show at the Opera House in Exposition Gardens at 7:30pm.
Tickets are on sale at Exposition Gardens 1601 W Northmoor Rd, Peoria, IL 61614. The 90+ minute show will entertain and mystify the entire family. The show is recommended for both kids who love magic and adults who want to be entertained.
Tickets are $10 each with children under 12 admitted for free. Tickets can be purchased online at peoriamagicians.com or in person at The Costume Trunk on Main Street in Peoria.
 

Fall Vintage Clothing & Collectibles Sale

Peoria Players Theatre

Stop by the Peoria Players Theatre lobby from 4-7pm October 18 and 8am to 1pm October 19 to purchase vintage clothing and collectibles from our inventory. This is a GREAT way to find pieces for your Halloween costume!

Hope for Kids

Pediatric Resource Center

The Pediatric Resource Center will host its annual fundraising event, “Hope for Kids” at Jump Simulation 1306 N. Berkeley, at 6pm.

Proceeds from this event help PRC ensure the clinics are staffed with specially-trained providers and case coordinators so that children can receive the services that are crucial to their well-being, health and safety. Additionally, funds raised help PRC to provide education to area physicians, nurses and other collateral partners regarding prevention efforts and child abuse / neglect concerns.