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Postings for May 03, 2014 Full Month View
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  All Day Illinois Concealed Carry Course (16-hr)   IL Concealed Carry Course (16-hr) May 3rd-4th, 2014, from 9am-6pm Location - Eastland Suites, Urbana, IL Cost - $200 per person (includes range fees & class materials) This IL Concealed Carry Course will satisfy the training requirement in order to apply for IL Concealed Carry License. The first day includes NRA Basic Pistol Course (satisfies the first 8 hours of training). The second eight hours includes the IL specific training requirement. No FOID or firearm needed to receive credit for the course. Firearms are available to rent for an additional $30. The course cost includes range fees. Note: This course satisfies the training requirement for a Florida Non-resident Conceal Carry License! To register, go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/il-concealed-carry-16-hr-course-may-3rd-4th-registration-10821538513?ref=ebtn
 
  All Day Community Housing Fair   The Community Reinvestment Group invites Champaign County residents to learn more about the possibilities of homeownership, particularly for those, who because of perceptions about homeownership or fiscal constraints, might feel they could never become a homeowner. Those attending will be able to visit participants' booths and discuss issues that are of interest to them. The home maintenance workshop will offer useful "how to" tips for new homeowners as well. This event will be held at Lincoln Square Mall in Urbana.
 
  All Day 15th Annual Parkland Motorsports Car Show   Classic and late-model custom cars, stock cars, trucks, and other vehicles will be on display at the 15th annual Parkland Motorsports Car Show, Saturday, May 3 at the M parking lots of Parkland College. The event is free to the public. For more information, visit parkland.edu/carshow
 
  All Day May Day Celebration   It has been a long winter and spring is finally here! Celebrate May Day and the beauty of spring at the Museum of the Grand Prairie! Experience traditions connected with celebrating the first of May, including May Pole dancing with the Champaign Urbana English Country Dancers, spring themed crafts, music, and more! FREE. For more info: (217) 586-2612 or kriopelle@ccfpd.org
 
  7:00AM 12:00PM Urbana's Market at the Square   Come out every Saturday morning to the corner of Illinois and Vine in Downtown Urbana to The Market at the Square! Join thousands of residents and visitors during the Market Season and connect with growers. Choose locally-raised food and treasure-hunt among the art and craft vendor booths. Gather info about local non-profits, schools, and other community groups on our Community Row. Catch up with friends, take in some music from local performers, and enjoy the public square atmosphere the Market at the Square has to offer!
 
  8:30AM n/a Aruna 5k   Aruna, a Hindi word meaning 'bright morning sun', is the name of an initiative in South Asia seeking to end Commercial Sexual Exploitation by bringing freedom and restoration to the many women and children sold into the trade. It is hard to imagine even an hour in her shoes. Lace up yours, so that she might step into freedom. Help to bring hope to the hopeless and freedom to the enslaved, one step at a time. Join the cause at the Aruna5K on Saturday, May 3 at the University of Illinois Aroboretum. For more information, visit aruna5k.com
 
  8:30AM 11:00AM Miles of Hope 5k Run/Walk   Miles of Hope is a 5k run/walk to raise money for Type 1 Diabetes research. It is founded and organized by a group of parents who are dedicated to supporting research toward a cure for their children living with type 1 diabetes. Our family-friendly 5k walk/run follows a scenic, paved path in Lake of the Woods Forest Preserve. The 5k is followed by music, face-painting, and raffle items. Register online at http://milesofhopetype1.blogspot.com/
 
  10:00AM 5:00PM Champaign Cycle Community Used Bike Sale to benefi   Sell your bike or donate it to Habitat for Humanity Do you have an old bike in your garage that you no longer want? Bring it to Champaign Cycle to be included in the 5th Annual Community Used Bike Sale. If the bike sells, you receive the sale price minus a 20% consignment fee which goes to Habitat. If the bike doesn't sell, you can either pick it up or you can donate the bike to Habitat for Humanity or you can simply donate your bike initially. You will receive a receipt for a tax deductible contribution, you will have more room in your garage, and you'll have the satisfaction of helping a local charity. The profit from the consignment fee goes to Habitat for Humanity. Champaign Cycle will receive no money from these sales. Here’s the details: Looking to buy a good used bike? Come to Champaign Cycle during the sale for a good used bike. We will inspect all the bikes and they will be in good operating condition. We will have a checklist detailing the condition of the bike hanging from the handlebars. Since the owner, not Champaign Cycle will be selling the bike there is no warranty from Champaign Cycle. However, we will do our best to honestly represent the condition of the bike and answer questions about the bike. So please stop to inspect the bikes. Bike owners who would like to sell their bike(s): 1. Your bike must be in safe operating condition to be included in the sale. We will inspect all bikes when you bring them in. The tires must hold air, and brakes and gears must work. If you wash the bike and inflate the tires before bringing it you will have a better chance of selling it. We will fill out a checklist which will be on the bike during the sale listing the condition of major elements of the bike. If the bike needs repair to be in safe operating condition you can repair the bike or we will repair the bike for you at our normal repair rates. If the bike sells we will deduct the repair cost from your sale price. If your bike does not sell and you donate it to Habitat we will remove the labor portion of your repair bill, which will be a further donation to Habitat from Champaign Cycle. For the sale to be a success for both the seller and the buyer we must present the bikes in good condition. We must respectfully decline any bikes for the sale which are not in safe operating condition. 2. You will set the price you want to receive for your bicycle. We will give you our opinion on what is a reasonable price for your bike, but it's your bike and you set the price. We will suggest prices which are fair for both you and the buyer and which will make it likely that the bike will sell. 3. We will accept used bikes for the sale Wednesday April 23 through Wednesday April 30 during normal business hours. 4. Please email us if you want to sell your bike at the Community Used Bike Sale. Email us before you bring in your bike so that we can accommodate your drop off & inspection. We will reply & provide any additional information. usedbikesale@champaigncycle.com Last year we sold over 100 bikes in great condition and raised $4,000 for Habitat. Help us to make this year an even greater success! PLEASE TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THIS USED BIKE SALE.
 
  10:00AM 5:00PM Champaign Cycle Community Used Bike Sale   Sell your bike or donate it to Habitat for Humanity Do you have an old bike in your garage that you no longer want? Bring it to Champaign Cycle to be included in the 5th Annual Community Used Bike Sale. If the bike sells, you receive the sale price minus a 20% consignment fee which goes to Habitat. If the bike doesn't sell, you can either pick it up or you can donate the bike to Habitat for Humanity or you can simply donate your bike initially. You will receive a receipt for a tax deductible contribution, you will have more room in your garage, and you'll have the satisfaction of helping a local charity. The profit from the consignment fee goes to Habitat for Humanity. Champaign Cycle will receive no money from these sales. Here’s the details: Looking to buy a good used bike? Come to Champaign Cycle during the sale for a good used bike. We will inspect all the bikes and they will be in good operating condition. We will have a checklist detailing the condition of the bike hanging from the handlebars. Since the owner, not Champaign Cycle will be selling the bike there is no warranty from Champaign Cycle. However, we will do our best to honestly represent the condition of the bike and answer questions about the bike. So please stop to inspect the bikes. For more information, visit champaigncycle.com/ or email usedbikesale@champaigncycle.com Last year we sold over 100 bikes in great condition and raised $4,000 for Habitat. Help us to make this year an even greater success!
 
  10:00AM 12:00PM Kids @ Krannert   Saturday, May 3 from 10 am–12 pm Krannert Art Museum opens its doors to hands-on fun for the entire family with a variety of art projects, family tours, demonstrations, and other exciting events. For additional information: kam.illinois.edu
 
  1:00PM 5:00PM May Day Celebration   It has been a long winter and spring is finally here! Celebrate May Day and the beauty of spring at the Museum of the Grand Prairie! Experience traditions connected with celebrating the first of May, including May Pole dancing with the Champaign Urbana English Country Dancers, spring themed crafts, music, and more! FREE. For more info: (217) 586-2612 or kriopelle@ccfpd.org
 
  2:00PM n/a The Sleeping Beauty   We all know the story of The Sleeping Beauty…the beautiful Princess Aurora, felled by a curse, saved by a fairy, awakened by true love’s kiss. But you’ve probably never seen it like this…a beautiful, colorful, royal, graceful, fairy tale ballet. Champaign Urbana Ballet – the creative artists who bring you The Nutcracker every December - presents The Sleeping Beauty. Saturday, May 3 at 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm Sunday May 4 at 2:00 pm At The Virginia Theatre, 203 W. Park Avenue, Champaign Tickets: $24 adult, $19 seniors, $12 student/youth For more information, visit thevirginia.org
 
  4:00PM 7:00PM Juleps and Junior League   The Junior League of Champaign-Urbana (JLCU) will be holding the event Juleps and Junior League at Jupiters at the Crossing on Saturday, May 3 from 4pm – 7pm. The event will have a silent auction, off track betting, featured drinks such as mint juleps, 50/50 raffle and light appetizers. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $25 at www.juniorleaguecu.org/?nd=juleps2013 or at the door for $30. Derby attire is encouraged as there will be a “Best Hat” contest during the event.
 
  7:30PM n/a The Sleeping Beauty   We all know the story of The Sleeping Beauty…the beautiful Princess Aurora, felled by a curse, saved by a fairy, awakened by true love’s kiss. But you’ve probably never seen it like this…a beautiful, colorful, royal, graceful, fairy tale ballet. Champaign Urbana Ballet – the creative artists who bring you The Nutcracker every December - presents The Sleeping Beauty. Saturday, May 3 at 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm Sunday May 4 at 2:00 pm At The Virginia Theatre, 203 W. Park Avenue, Champaign Tickets: $24 adult, $19 seniors, $12 student/youth For more information, visit thevirginia.org
 
  9:00PM 11:00PM CUAS Family Skywatch   Join the Champaign-Urbana Astronomical Society under the stars for our monthly observatory open house! We utilize our 16-inch telescope to observe planets, star clusters, and the Moon. This event is free and open to all ages! Our observatory is located between Champaign and Sadorus along County Road 700E, 1.4 miles west of I-57 and 0.8 miles south of Monticello Rd. See a map here: https://goo.gl/maps/nNniS. This event lasts from 9-11pm.