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Sullivan sits on the north end of the Lake and has unique restaurants, recreation, and shopping opportunities. The “Little Theatre on the Square” is what Sullivan is known for and is the only Equity stock theatre in Central Illinois. Opening in 1957, is has seen stars such as Mickey Rooney, Alan Alda, Ann Miller perform as well as many others. It has a variety of adult programs as well as matinees for kids. Sullivan’s own Wyman Park and Tabor Park have hours of fun with tennis, horseshoes, baseball, hiking, and fishing opportunities. The Civic Center is a public facility with an indoor pool, saunas, gym, racquetball, and full weight circuit. It also has two golf courses. For more information, you can visit www.sullivanchamber.comor call 217-728-4223. Amish Country which includes Arthur has the largest Amish settlement in Illinois. It


has several bakeries and bulk food stores, Amish craft- ed custom oak furniture, quilts, and clothing,. You’ll also find flower, antique, and gift shops. Arthur hosts crafts and county fairs and is well known for its Cheese Festival and the Pumpkin Patch which is known for its cucurbits with over 300 varieties of pumpkin, squash, and gourds.


Arcola: just off I-57 and is the “broomcorn capital of the world”. The Broom Corn Festival happens the weekend after Labor Day. Arcola is also the birth- place of Johnny Gruelle, creator of Raggedy Ann & Andy. Each June, Raggedy enthusiasts gather to commemorate the National Toy Hall of Fame charac- ters. The Aikman Wildlife Adventure Park hosts many activities through the year. Cadwell is surrounded by Amish farms, where horse drawn buggies and farm implements are a common sight. It has an Oak Furniture company, bug- gy shop, harness shop, feed mill, and antique shops.


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