Ever wonder what soda pop, sewing machines, school desks and milk cans have in common? They were all produced in Arlington Heights. Come explore Made in Arlington Heights,the Arlington Heights Historical Museum’s exhibition. See what was manufactured in your very own town and learn more about the entrepreneurs and businesses that made products in the village.
Made in Arlington Heights, sponsored by the Arlington Heights Historical Society, can be viewed in the museum’s Heritage Gallery located at 112 W. Fremont St. The Gallery specializes in local history exhibits drawn from the Historical Society’s collections and local, national and regional traveling exhibitions that explore the broader context of our history. There is no admission fee for the Gallery, but a suggested donation of $2.00 is recommended.
No holiday or party was complete without a selection of Arlington Club soda. Many Arlington Heights residents still remember making that trip to the soda pop factory to stock up on their favorite flavors.
The exhibit is open now through May 25, 2014.
— Cardinal News (@EarlyReport) March 12, 2014
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