The Western Illinois Museum is planning some scary fun! The Hallo Wine party promises an evening of music, historical ghosts, and wine, and will be held on Saturday, October 24 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. This year’s Hallo Wine party celebrates the newly dedicated Women’s Memorial in Chandler Park, featuring women who worked in the early 1900s to improve life in the region.
Re-enactors will tell the stories of Caroline Grote, Josie Westfall, Dr. Elizabeth Miner, Dr. Ruth Tunnicliff, and Rose Jolly, who will haunt the museum’s hallways eager to once again tell their tales, encouraging and inspiring the next generation of social activists.
The musical program will feature actor and musician Adam Kozlowski, who with a powerful, expressive voice, brings well-known American Standards to life.
The Sports Corner will provide a cash bar complemented by a selection of fine cheeses. Suggested $5 donation at the door.
Event sponsors include The Macomb Area Convention and Visitors Bureau and The Sports Corner of Macomb.
The museum is located at 201 South Lafayette Street, one block south of Macomb’s Courthouse Square. For more information, contact the museum at 309.837.2750 or email@example.com.
About Adam Kozlowski Adam Kozlowski has been performing on stages across the country for the last 25 years. He is a singer, actor, composer, director, and designer who has performed in over 100 productions of musicals and plays ranging from Shakespeare to Rodgers and Hammerstein to Ibsen to Sondheim. Credits including the national tours of Scrooge: The Musical (starring Richard Chamberlain) and The Lion King, in which he played Pumba in the Las Vegas strip production for nearly three years.
He has been singing with his ukulele for the last ten years throughout Chicago and Las Vegas and now in his home town of Macomb. His love of music from the early 1900s is represented by the songs he performs. He has been the host of several variety and burlesque shows and directed a feature length film called Wins A Lot, the winner of the Cornfed Film Festival. He is delighted to be back in Macomb running The Kozmic Game Emporium.