Oswego Chamber of Commerce
73 W. Van Buren St | Oswego, IL 60543
(630) 554-3505

News and Events

Feel free to take advantage of this free advertising opportunity for Chamber members. Submissions can announce upcoming events or interesting news about your company. They are due to angie@oswegochamber and will be updated weekly and will remain on the website until the event has passed.

Waubonsee Workforce Development - SHRM PDCs

Ellis House & Equestrian Center & Meadowhawk Lodge event venues are available to rent to the community.  http://kendallforest.com/special-events-yorkville.php for more information

Cutline: Shown here in 1958, the Boulder Hill Playhouse staged plays and musicals under theatre professionals Jack and Lucille Goring, was one of the cultural amenities designed to attract residents of all economic levels to Don L. Dise’s Boulder Hill subdivision. The sprawling development between Oswego and Montgomery in Oswego Township was one of the largest unincorporated communities in Illinois. At 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23, Elise Poplawski will recount some of the community's history during “Secrets and Stories of Boulder Hill” at the Little White School Museum, 72 Polk Street, Oswego. Admission is $5 at the door. Call 630-554-2999 or email info@littlewhiteschoolmuseum.org for more information. (Little White School Museum collection)

Register at www.waubonseetickets.com


At the Oswego Senior Center, we seek community connection.  We are looking to bring people together. All of our lives we are socialized- whether we want to or not- through school and work; then we are set adrift from the mandatory socialization through retirement. But socialization brings connection and with that purpose, will and vitality, which is necessary for what could very well be the long haul of the golden years.  


We continue to serve more and more seniors each year through a variety of programs, activities, classes and travel; it is through the generous support of our community that we are able to do what we do so well.






Happy Helpers - Non-Profit Organization - Click here for flyer



 Doing Business with the Village of Oswego

Attention Businesses: Are you interested in bidding on Village of Oswego projects? Please sign up for the Village of Oswego Email Alerts and make sure to subscribe to the list for “Bids & RFPs”. The Village will send an Email Alert when new bid/RFP announcements are available. Follow this link to sign up - http://www.oswegoil.org/resident-information/newcomers/sign-up-for-newsletter.aspx


Kendall County State's Attorney Bad Check Restitution Program - Eric Weis State's Attorney 

Bad Check Restitution Program to assist local merchants with bad check losses. The primary goal of the program is to create a self-supporting program that obtains restitution for the victim while deterring repeat offenders.

First time bad check offenders are given the opportunity to avoid criminal prosecution by attending a mandatory intervention class, in addition to paying restitution. All of this is accomplished without any cost to the taxpayers.

Your interest and participation in this special program will benefit all law-abiding citizens and help your business improve its bottom line!



Membership Drive Open House

Membership Drive Open House

July 19th

4:30 - 6:30 pm

Chamber office, 73 W. Van Buren St.

Membership Drive Open House

Membership Drive Open House

July 19th

4:30 - 6:30 pm

Chamber office, 73 W. Van Buren St.

Membership Drive Open House

Membership Drive Open House

July 19th

4:30 - 6:30 pm

Chamber office, 73 W. Van Buren St.

Coffee and Cars - Road Rally

New Year's Day/observed Office Closed

Office is closed for New Year's Day

Office Closed - Merry Christmas

Office closed 12-23-16 thru 12-26-16

Office Closed - Merry Christmas

Office closed 12-23-16 thru 12-26-16

Ribbon Cutting - Aroma Roots

President Reagan Day Dinner

The Kendall County Republican Central Committee is hosting a

President Reagan Day Dinner

Thursday, October 20th    Time:  5:30 Reception, 6:30 Dinner    
Whitetail Ridge Golf Club

7671 Clubhouse Drive

Yorkville, IL 60560

Tickets       Dinner $40 per person. $75 per couple. $35 Precinct Committeeman (plus guest at same price)
                                    Choice of Chicken or Steak, Gluten Free or Vegetarian options by request
To Purchase tickets call (630) 608-2059 or email: Chairman@KendallGOP.com or Purchase online at www.KendallGOP.com  via Credit/Debit or mail your check to Kendall County Republicans, P.O. Box 444, Yorkville, IL  60560

Keynote Speakers:

Congressman    Randy Hultgren       (14th District)

Comptroller       Leslie Munger        (State of Illinois)

State Senator 25th       Jim Oberweis

State Senator 38th       Sue Rezin

State Senate Candidate 49th Michelle Smith

State Representative 50th             Keith Wheeler

State Representative 75th              David Welter

State Representative 97th              Mark Batinick

Congressional Candidate             Tonia Khouri            (11th District)

Forest Foundation Fall Fest

Tony “The Bug Whisperer” Gustin and his Creepy Crawly Zoo to headline the Forest Foundation Fall Fest on Saturday, October 8, at Hoover Forest Preserve in Yorkville



The Forest Foundation Fall Fest at Hoover Forest Preserve on Saturday, October 8th, features nature-inspired entertainment and exhibits to thrill the entire family. Performing educator and award winning film producer, Tony “The Bug Whisperer” Gustin, will present three shows in the Rookery building at 11:30am, 1:30pm and 3:30pm. Tony’s “Creepy Crawly Zoo” has excited and inspired nearly a million students over the last decade. The “greatest live insect assembly show EVER!” transforms fearful misunderstandings about insects into curiosity and respect.

Animal encounters to be featured include:

  • Falcon show at 12:30 pm in the Meadowhawk Lodge with Richard Escutia and Friends
  • American white pelican, reptiles and birds of prey at 2:30 pm in the Meadowhawk Lodge, visiting from the “Hoo” Haven Wildlife and Education Center
  • Snakes and turtles at the Rookery with Ranger Kevin Luby from the Willowbrook Wildlife Center


Citizen Science exhibits explaining frog and monarch butterfly monitoring programs will be held at the Kingfisher building, led by the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, the Field Museum and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.


The Forest Foundation Fall Fest is free admission and will run from 11am to 5pm, rain or shine. Hoover Forest Preserve is located at 11285 Fox Road in Yorkville, just 1.5 miles west of Route 47. Food will be available for purchase, including Kendall County Pork Producers’ famous Pork Burgers.


For more information, please visit www.KendallFallFest.com.


About the Forest Foundation of Kendall County

The Forest Foundation of Kendall County is a 501 (c) (3) organization whose purpose is to support the Kendall County Forest Preserve District’s mission to preserve and manage natural areas and open spaces, provide environmental education and offer recreational opportunities for Kendall County residents. It is also responsible for promoting a public awareness of the facilities, programs, services and goals of the Kendall County Forest Preserve District. 

Chamber Membership Month

Leads 1 Open House

Healthy Eyes Lecture at Presence at Fox Knoll Retirement Community

INK 180 Special Viewing

73 W. Van Buren St, Oswego
(630) 554-3505