For 11-year-old Skyla Swain, it’s all about spinning, jumping and gliding her way across the ice, and someday, to the Olympics.
The Framery has been hand-crafting custom artisan frames in Crystal Lake for 40 years using fine woods and store-created moldings.
With nearly 140 years of service in Crystal Lake, a new Immanuel Lutheran School and Church campus will be unveiled this fall to serve the needs of its growing congregation and community.
With a wide-array of things to do, from outdoor recreation to downtown shopping and dining, Crystal Lake has the largest population of McHenry County and some of the most active residents.
Nearly two years after becoming manager and head chef of Duke’s Alehouse and Kitchen; Zak Dolezal has created a dining hot spot while preserving the nightclub appeal of the original.
Whether you’re looking to enjoy a gourmet meal al fresco or are craving some pub grub on the water, McHenry County Living is your No. 1 source for the best places to eat outdoors this summer.
Authentic Mexican recipes and personal touches set this independent eatery apart from the big chains.
With cheese from a farm in Ireland, authentic British fish and chips and French pastries, this shop gives locals a taste of Europe without leaving home.
Stocked with flags and “pleasant surprises,” for 20 years, The Flag Store has been an attraction in downtown Crystal Lake and a place where the conversations are as colorful as the flags.