Hot Off the Press!

Two new books are now available for purchase via our Association!

Kickin' in the Kitchen

3rd edition

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Compiled, edited and published by the Route 66 Association of Illinois, Kickin' in the Kitchen is filled with delicious recipes and kitchen-tested wisdom from cooks along Route 66!

Add some new zing to your home cuisine with this cookbook; they also make tasty gifts for the cooks in your life!

$10.00 + $5.00 shipping (in bubble wrap) and handling (price includes sales tax)

This book is also available for in-person purchase at Route 66 Association of Illinois Museum & Hall of Fame | 110 Howard St, Pontiac, IL

EZ66 Guide for Travelers

(4th edition)

by Jerry McClanahan

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This convenient, spiral-bound book is a turn-by-turn guide to a safe and enjoyable journey along Route 66 from the east in Chicago, Illinois to west in Santa Monica, California (and back again)!

EZ66 Guide for Travelers is a comprehensive travel guide which includes travel resources, information about attractions, historical facts and fun games to help make the most of your journey along the historic Mother Road!

$20.00 + 5.00 shipping & handling (price includes sales tax)

Order your books by mail today!

Make check payable to:
Route 66 Association of Illinois
110 Howard St
Pontiac, IL 61764

All profits from the sale of these books go toward the Preservation of Route 66 in Illinois!

We are an all-volunteer organization and as such, we appreciate your purchase in support of our efforts!

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Learning to use our calendar puts the fun and adventure of Route 66 at your fingertips. It's easy to discover the when, what and where of events along the road.

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Historic Maps

Highway GuideWatch Route 66 evolve into The Mother Road  with maps and highway guides from 1917-1992 courtesty of the official Illinois Digital Archives.