In conjunction with its newest exhibit, Working for a Living, the McLean County Museum of History, 200 N. Main Street, downtown Bloomington, Illinois, is sponsoring a Saturday April 27 "Labor and Work Street Fair." From 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., various union trades, industries and craft workers will display their skills with hands-on activities. Working for a Living opened on September 8, 2018. The exhibit portrays over 80 local workers, from early settlement until today, and shares their work life challenges and efforts. The museum exhibits will be open during the street fair. For more information, visit www.mchistory.org or call 309-827-0428.