A day-by-day guide to making the most of the Halloween season in Chicago’s far western suburbs, featuring “spooky” storytimes, costume parades, pumpkin festivals, monster movies, musical concerts and more.
Are your kids already planning their routes for Halloween night? Here’s a list of official or suggested trick-or-treat hours for Halloween 2017 in the far western suburbs of Chicago.
The Weekend Spotlight features a Sweet Science Night in Elgin, a Fall Festival at Cantigny Park, a Pumpkin Fest, Pumpkin Weekends, inexpensive or free family movies and more!
Your family is invited to enjoy Pumpkin Fest, being held every day through October at Cosley Zoo in Wheaton.
The new playground at Prairie Path Park in Batavia features a very popular gravity rail along with lots of slides and unique climbing features. It is located near Rotolo Middle School.
The Weekend Spotlight features Scarecrow Festival in St. Charles, a Harvest of the Acorn Moon Festival in Aurora, a Fall Festival in Wheaton and more!
Looking for a “spooky” film to watch with your kids during family movie night this month? Here’s 45 movies that are great for the Halloween season, divided by their recommended age range.
The Weekend Spotlight features Pumpkin Weekends, a Pumpkin Fest, an Heirloom Apple Festival, Trick or Trees and more!
Marcus Theatres is hosting a “Not So Scary Halloween Series” on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings in October, with tickets priced at $3. Among the participating theaters are the Elgin Cinema on Randall Road in Elgin.
Here’s your family’s guide to spots where you can enjoy a hayrack ride this fall.