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 The Mokena Chamber of Commerce

In Partnership with

The Mokena Community Park District

proudly presented

The 2017 “Business Expo & Health Fair”on Saturday, February 25

 at The Oaks Fitness & Recreation Center.

A Special Thank You to all of our Sponsors, Volunteers and Committee who helped make this event such a wonderful success.

Visitors had the opportunity to find a dentist, a plumber, sports team, dance classes, home repair services, gift shops, bank, restaurants, insurance – everything a family needs to live, work and play hard in Mokena!

 Visit our Photo Gallery to take a virtual tour of the 2017 Expo to see the fun YOU can have by joining us in 2018!


The 2017 Inaugural was held on Friday, January 13, 2017

It was a super radical 80’s Glow party celebrating the installation of the

2017 Board of Directors and President Troy Griffiths.

The Mokena Chamber would like to extend their gratitude to the ,any volunteers and

the following sponsors who make these events possible!

Bar  Sponsor

Maertin Heating & Cooling

Gas ‘N Wash

Sweet Table Sponsor

Old Plank Trail Community Bank

Tuscany Falls Banquets

Signage Sponsor

On Time Design


Table Sponsor

LincolnWay Community Bank

EggCetera Café

Troy Griffiths C.P.A.

Aesthetica Day Spa


22nd Century Media-Mokena Messenger

Aesthetica Day Spa

CrossFit of Mokena

Edward Jones Investments – Skye Bergeson

EggCetera Café

Emagine Entertainment

Mary Frost, C.P.A. Kolodziej, Eisen & Fey

Troy W. Griffiths, L.L.C.

Joliet Slammers

Lionheart Financial

Post Game Pub/Sedona Grill

The Little Guys Home Technology, Ed Kasza

Ace Hardware of Mokena/Water Street Boutique

Studio 16

On Time Design

Meet the 2017 Chamber President, Troy Griffiths, and the Board of Directors
2017 BoardLeft to Right: President Troy Griffiths, President Elect Skye Bergeson, 1st Vice President Ed Kasza, Director Lora Healy,Treasurer Mary Frost, Director SK Patel, Director Sharon Krupske, Director Gail Bastas.  Not present: Director Mahja Sulemanjee Bortocek

view Photos of the nights festivities


Christmas Fest LOGO

  Mokena Chamber of Commerce’s annual Christmas Fest!”

 was held on November 19, 2016


Santa’s workshop, lunch & photos with Santa, the “Parade of Lights” and Tree Lighting on Front Street, hot chocolate and cookies compliments of FNBC Bank & Trust, and the Family Dance at Mokena VFW Post #725 were enjoyed by all in attendance!

View Photo Gallery


The Mokena Chamber of Commerce 2016 Ornament commemorates the

50th Anniversary of the Mokena Community Library District

The ornament features three Library locations from the first in 1966 to the current

state-of-the-art 25,000 square foot building located at 11327 W. 195th Street.

The Mokena Book Club organized a library for Mokena in the late 1930’s and ran it until 1966. The Mokena Lions Club paid for the rent and heat for small quarters located on Front Street in downtown Mokena and staffed by volunteers. In 1966 the Woman’s Book Club formed a Friends-of-the-Library organization and, through a special referendum, the Library became a tax-supported library district and was officially named the MOKENA COMMUNITY PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT. The Library then moved to a new location, the former Immanuel Lutheran Church, located at Union and Cross Streets in Mokena. This location was dedicated on April 23, 1967 and the owners of the Mokena Pharmacy (the Kurber family) donated shelves and racks. Twelve thousand books were housed in a 1,400 square foot space. Again, volunteers staffed the library with minimal hours. In 1967, the first paid librarian assumed her duties where she remained until 1986. In August 1972, the Library purchased 2.5 acres of property on 195th Street from the Mokena School District, and on March 18, 1978, a single-structure building designed to accommodate the community for twenty years was opened, housing 26,750 books. The building was officially dedicated on June 4,1978. Eighteen years later in 1995, voters passed a referendum to expand the building to meet the needs of the community. The newly remodeled building was officially dedicated on April 13,1997. In 2004, the community once again passed a referendum that raised the library’s tax rate revenue, thereby assuring sufficient funds to operate effectively. The Library is open for 65 hours a week, six days a week. The Library is an active member of the Mokena Chamber of Commerce, the Mokena Intergovernmental Consortium and participates in many community-based activities throughout the year.

For more details visit: Mokena Library website

 You can purchase this Beautiful Commemorative Ornament 

all year long at the Chamber Office, 19150 Wolf Road, Suite C 

$20.00 (without Stand)  ***   $23.00 (with Stand)


The 2015 Traditional Mokena Chamber of Commerce Ornament featuring   

Mr. Benny’s Restaurant *** Lettermen Sign Company *** Gas N Wash

$20.00 (without Stand)  ***   $23.00 (with Stand)


The following years still available at a cost of $17.00 (without stand) $20.00 (with stand):

2006, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

Contact the Mokena Chamber Office (708) 479-2468


 “Images of America – Mokena”

Makes a Great Birthday Gift!

Mokena History

Treasure this keepsake book of images celebrating the history of your town, Mokena, by Matthew T. Galik. Using archival photographs, each title presents the distinctive stories from the past that shape the character of the community today. It also makes a wonderful gift to share with a former Mokena native.

Limited number available at the Mokena Chamber Office – Only $20