The Little White School Museum in Oswego will celebrate Boulder Hill's 65th anniversary on Saturday beginning at 1:30 at the museum located at 72 Polk Street. Museum Director Roger Matile says Boulder Hill was the first of its kind in Kendall County.
The program at the museum will include information and artifacts from Boulder Hill.
Anyone who can't make the presentation can still see an exhibit on Boulder Hill which will run through September and into October. The museum is also raising funds for its operations by selling an architecturally actuate model of a vintage Boulder Hill sign.
The signs cost $20. Admission to the Boulder Hill Program on Saturday is $5. Pre-registration is encouraged, but not required, by calling 630-554-1010 or by visiting the Oswegoland Park District web site.