Taking inspiration from the "Alphabet of Community Progress" published in the 1930 Business Men's Director of Arlington Heights, produced by the forerunner of the Chamber of Commerce, this exhibit tells the story of Arlington Heights through 26 vignettes.
In no particular order of importance, each example showcases what makes Arlington Heights important to the people who have called it home. Here you will learn the stories of people whose hard work, ingenuity, and resilience contributed to marking Arlington Heights the community it is today.
After viewing the exhibit, be sure to stop by our gift shop to purchase your your own memorabilia of Arlington Heights and some Arlington Club soda.
Exhibit is open:
Wednesday 1pm-4pm, Thursday & Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday 10am-4pm (8am during Farmers Market season) and Sunday 1pm-4pm.
For more information, call the museum at 847-255-1225