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.
News Talk WMAY AM970 and FM94.7
Best Variety 98.7WNNS
Real Rock 97.7QLZ
Country Superstars US 92.7
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.
Springfield's first public speakeasy that won't make you wander down a dark alley, unless you want to. Great cocktails, extensive beer list and high-end atmosphere. Pool and other games. Side bar is available for rent for special occasions and parties.
The mission of the Pharmacy Gallery &; Art Space is to cultivate and celebrate expressions of multidimensional artists. We strive to be a catalyst and forum for advancing, discovering, and connecting through contemporary art. We enrich and educate the community through innovative cultural events.
On the Second Saturday of each month, the public is invited to watch member artists work in their studios during "Open Studio Saturdays."