Anderson’s Bookshops offers regular events at which you and your family can hear authors read from their works and you can get your book signed, often at the shop in downtown Naperville. Here are all the details on what you need to know!
Marcus Theatres is hosting a “Flick or Treat Halloween Film Series” on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings during the month of October, with tickets priced at $3. Among the participating theaters are the Elgin Cinema on Randall Road in Elgin.
The Weekend Spotlight includes a Farm Frolic in St. Charles, a Prairie Fest in Campton Hlils, a European Passport Festival in Lisle and more!
If your family loves hayrack rides, scarecrows, apple picking and all things pumpkin, then this guide to fall festivals and special autumnal events is for you!
The Blackberry Creek Early Childhood Playground is Elburn is perfect for children ages 1 through 4. It offers a rubber safety surface, no high drops on the equipment and a secure fence that keeps “happy wanderers” near to their caretakers.
The Weekend Spotlight features two free touch-a-truck events, a nighttime hike at Cantigny Park, an Autumn Fair in Geneva and more!
If your kids love big trucks, then grab your calendar and take a look at the Go West 2016 Guide to Touch-a-Truck events in Chicago’s suburbs!
Whether your family wants to find a no-frills orchard where the emphasis is all on apple picking — or a spot that offers corn mazes, jumping pillows and more — you’ll find the perfect place in the Go West Guide to Northern Illinois Apple Orchards.
If you’re interested in exposing your children to a new activity, Fermilab offers barn dances regularly featuring live old-time and Irish music and open to families.
The “Free Family Film Festival” at NCG Cinema in Yorkville features kid-friendly movies shown at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings through October.