Step Back in Time: Kankakee’s Historic Churches Walking Tour – Limited Spots!


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Kankakee, IL – Lace up your walking shoes and step back in time with the Kankakee Public Library’s Historic Churches Walking Tour! 

On Saturday, October 28 at 10:00 a.m., history buffs and curious explorers alike are invited to embark on a captivating journey through downtown Kankakee.

This guided tour promises to unveil the secrets and stories behind the city’s iconic historic churches. Commencing from the library itself, participants will meander through the heart of Kankakee, discovering the rich heritage etched into these architectural gems.

The walk culminates at the French Heritage Museum, where participants can enjoy delightful light refreshments. However, it’s crucial to note that the museum is not ADA-accessible.

Intrigued? You should be! But act fast because this exclusive experience is limited to just 20 participants. Secure your spot today by calling 815-939-4564 to register. And don’t forget to don your comfiest walking shoes, as the tour is expected to last approximately two hours.

For inquiries or further information, reach out to the Kankakee Public Library at 815-939-4564. Don’t miss your chance to uncover Kankakee’s hidden historical treasures!


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