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The Village of Pearl once known a Pearl Station, surveyed in September 1872 is located along the Illinois River in the southeast corner of the county.  The village was incorporated in 1881.
Pearl has three major transportation arteries: Route 100, The Kansas City Southern Railway and the Illinois River.
Pearl also is the home of the Twin Culverts.  They were featured on our annual postcard in 1993.
Commodities: Towels & more, Crafts, Collectable Barbie Dolls, Flea Market Items, Bunkhouse Joe Coffee.
Food: Catfish Sandwiches, Chicken & Noodles, Chili, Jams & Jellies, Kettle Korn, Coffee and Donuts.  Funnel Cakes, Pies, Cookies, Hot Dogs, Cheesie Potatoes.  Delicious produce like Apples, Pumpkins, Apple Cider, Apple Butter & much more. 
Activities: Annual Post Cards, the nineteenth in a series. All past years are also available.  For children up to 10 yrs. old there will be rides on a miniature train.  Jim Jones will be playing music.
Contact Person: Julia Hatcher 217-829-4260


Contact Information

Peggy Hill
Postal address
        PO Box 283
Pittsfield, IL 62363
The Flag
Be sure to keep an eye out for the Color Drive Flag.  Each official welcome booth will be displaying this flag during the Color Drive Weekend.