Art gallery, Cafe, Gift Shop. The art gallery is made up of Local & Artists from around the USA. Our Cafe offers Artisan coffee products & cold beverages.
The Gift shop is also made up of more made in the USA art and unique handmade gifts.
Mess Hall Restaurant and Bar at American Legion Post 32, 1120 Sangamon Avenue, Springfield are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. We have Video Gaming! Mess Hall Restaurant hours are: Lunch Monday - Friday 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., Dinner Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 4:30 - 8 p.m. All You Can Eat WALLEYE every Friday from 4:30 - 8 p.m. LOW, LOW food and drink prices. Check out our menu at www.springfieldamericanlegion.com Bar Open Monday - Saturday 10:30 a.m. - Midnight. Sunday 12 Noon - 10 p.m. Help support the Veterans and visit us, as you are very welcome at American Legion Post 32 and The Mess Hall Restaurant. Coldest beer on the Northend!
Mid-West Family Broadcasting is the only locally owned and operated commercial broadcast group in Springfield, Illinois. The group features a balanced market-dominant group of radio stations with great demographic appeal. Mid-West Family Broadcasting blankets Springfield and Central Illinois with four dominant broadcast signals and reaches an audience where newspaper is weakest… outside Springfield city limits. The high quality product, cutting edge promotions, and support of local charitable events are designed to get results.
Mid-West is a proud supporter of DSI efforts including the Old Capitol Farmers Market, the Levitt Music Series and Old Capitol Holiday Walks High School Choir Competition.
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Established in 1976, SAAC seeks to encourage and advocate on behalf of the performing and visual arts in Springfield and Sangamon and Menard counties. Its mission is met by promoting an awareness of the arts and the scheduling of arts activities and programs for audiences of all ages.
The Springfield Art Association (SAA) a community based, non-profit organization*, promotes and supports the visual arts, provides art education opportunities for the greater Springfield area, and preserves and interprets historic Edwards Place and the collections of the SAA.