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…Here are your holiday events starting the first weekend in November and going all the way to the end of December:

  • Holiday Artists Bazaar 2019. 11/1-12-21. Unique artwork and fine crafts for purchase as holiday gifts. The Lemont Center for the Arts. lemont.il.us.
  • Wilder Mansion Holiday Market – 11/1-2. Enjoy one-of-a-kind arts, crafts including jewelry, fiber, glass, ceramics, gourmet food, and unique holiday gifts from 50 artisans and vendors. Elmhurst. rglmarketingforthearts.com.

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  • Lombard Christmas Mart – 11/2. Art and craft fair inside various downtown churches and other locations. 9 AM-3 PM. Downtown Lombard. lombardhistory.org.
  • The Nutcracker Suite – 11/2. Salt Creek Ballet dancers will perform for about 20 minutes before inviting the audience on stage to learn a short routine. 10 AM. Washington Jr. High, Naperville. Fundraiser for DuPage Children’s Museum. dupagechildrens.org.
  • A Holiday Happening – 11/2-3. Art and Craft Fair with over 200 booths. College of DuPage Athletic Arena, Glen Ellyn. craftproductionsinc.com.
  • Turkey Shoot Golf Outing – 11/2.  Two person teams. Holes 1-6 Scramble, holes 7-12 Alternate Shot, holes 13-18 Best Ball. Pheasant Run Resort, St. Charles. pheasantrun.com.
  • Winter Showcase Fashion Show – 11/4. Silent auction, luncheon, fashion and jewelry show. 11 AM – 2 PM. Abbington Distinct Banquets. Glen Ellyn. Reservations glenellynchamber.com
  • Weed Ladies Winter Show and Holiday Floral Sales – 11/7-10. Featuring holiday-themed floral arrangements and accessories. Naper Settlement, Naperville. napersettlement.org/weedladies.
  • A Dicken’s of a Holiday Craft Show – 11/9. Find unique, handcrafted holiday gifts. FREE! Darien Park District Community Center. Darienparks.com.
  • Geneva Women’s Club Annual Arts and Crafts Show – 11/10. Hand-crafted and unique items. 10AM-4 PM. Geneva High School. genevawomensclub.org.
  • Holiday Open House – 11/14 to 12/22. Weekend attractions include a Christmas tree parade, strolling carolers, appearances by Santa and Mrs. Claus. 11 AM to 5PM Fri. and Sat. Noon to 5 PM Sun. Historic Long Grove. longgrove.org.
  • Jingle Mingle – 11/15. A festive parade through the Village Center starting at 6:30 PM.  Burr Ridge. burr-ridge.gov.
  • Spot Shot Turkey Shoot – 11/16. Children and parents can showcase shooting skills from various spots placed around the basketball court. Prairie School, Buffalo Grove. bgparks.org.
  • Festival of Lights – 11/16-12/31. The lights go on nightly  on the hour, choreographed to music. 5-9 PM. The Promenade, Bolingbrook. shoppingpromenade.com.
  • Santa House on the Riverwalk – 11/20 – 12/22. Take a magical trip to visit Santa on the Naperville Riverwalk at Jackson Avenue and Webster Street. Reservations needed. napervilleparks.org.
  • Winter Lights – 11/22. Kick off the holiday season with a festive parade along Downer Place, fireworks, and photos with Santa at Wyckwood House. Visit nearby shops at a Winter Market featuring local artisans. 6-9 PM. Free. Aurora. auroradowntown.org.
  • Shades of Crimson Poinsettia Display & Sale – 11/22. Visitors are invited to the Cantigny Greenhouse to enjoy 15 or more varieties of poinsettias (3,000-plus poinsettias) all grown on site from cuttings. Plants will be available for sale. Cantigny Park, Wheaton. cantigny.org.
  • Tree Lighting and Gingerbread Festival – 11/22-24. Countdown to the lighting of the tree on Friday during the two-day festival to shop, sample and kick off the holidays. Downers Grove. events.downers.us.
  • BMO Harris Bank Magnificent Mile Lights Festival – 11/22-23. Disney-themed light parade with floats, marching bands and performers. The Magnificent Mile, Chicago. themagnificentmile.com.
  • Happy Holiday Railway Santa Trains – 11/23-24, 11/29-30, 12/1, 12/7-8, 12/14-15 and 12/20-23. All Aboard for the North Pole. Santa, hot chocolate and cookies on train.  Illinois Railway Museum. Union, IL irm.org.
  • Illumination: Tree Lights at the Morton Arboretum – 11/23-1/5. View 50 acres of majestic trees glowing with special effects and events along a wooded, one-mile path. Morton Arboretum, Lisle. mortonarb.org.
  • Annual Tree Trim at Brookfield Zoo – 11/23-24. Families and groups can sponsor a tree to decorate that will be on display at Brookfield Zoo for the holiday season. 10 AM-4:30 PM. Brookfield. Register for a tree now at CZS.org/TreeTrim.
  • Higher Grounds Coffee Company Holiday Craft Fair – 11/23. Find a unique gift for that special someone at one of our many artists tables. 8 AM – 2 PM and Higher Grounds Coffee Company, Lemont. highergroundscoffeecompany.com.
  • Holiday Lights at Mooseheart – 11/23 – 12/31. Over 1.8 miles of beautiful lights. Crafts, games, hot cocoa and cookies. 5-9 PM. Mooseheart Child City and School, Mooseheart. enjoyaurora.com.
  • Thanksgiving Centerpiece Workshop – 11/25. Create a fresh holiday arrangement for your home with expert instruction. Bring a wire cutter and hand pruner plus a tray to carry creation home. All other materials provided. 6:30-8 PM. Cantigny Park, Wheaton. cantigny.org.
  • Festival of Lights Parade – 11/29. Parade with Santa, lights, music, pageantry. 2019 Theme: A Dr. Seuss Christmas. 7 PM. Downtown Crystal Lake. downtowncl.org.
  • Aurora Festival of Lights – 11/29-12/26. One of the biggest and best light displays in the area during the holiday season. This dazzling drive through show—open for a full month—attracts over 20,000 visitors. Fri-Sat 5-10 PM; Sun-Thurs 5-9 PM. Phillips Park, Aurora. aurorarotary.org.
  • Holiday Homecoming – 11/29-30: Lighting of Lights on First Street Plaza on Friday, 5 PM. Music, holiday movies, sleigh rides, lighted parade, Santa’s House and live holiday window displays. Main Street, St. Parade starts at 5:30 PM. Charles. downtownstcharles.org.
  • Holiday Walk – 11/29. An annual tradition since 1975. Countdown to tree lighting, visits with Santa for kids, music, local merchants offer refreshments. 6-8:30 PM. Glen Ellyn. glenellynchamber.com.
  • Light Up the Holidays Festival and Parade – 11/29. Parade, fireworks, tree lighting and activities presented by local businesses. 10 AM-7 PM. Downtown Joliet. jolietdowntown.com.
  • Lincoln Park ZooLights – 11/29 -1/5. This free event transforms Lincoln Park Zoo into a twinkling winter wonderland complete with visits from Santa, ice sculptors, festive activities and sweet treats of all kinds. Enjoy Light Maze, Holiday Market and special events. Chicago. Lpzoo.org.
  • Festival of Lights and Tree Sales – 11/29-12/30. Cosley Zoo is transformed with 20,000 twinkling lights, spectacular displays, a selection of Christmas trees for purchase, hot chocolate and gifts. 9AM-9 PM daily. Wheaton. cosleyzoo.org.
  • Little Friends Holiday Parade of Lights – 11/29. Bundle up and enjoy an evening of festivities, brightly lit floats and musical entertainment! Parade at 7 PM. Visit with Santa after parade. Downtown Naperville. downtownnaperville.com.
  • Fox Valley Nutcracker – 11/30-12/1 Showcasing professional dancers, the performance features local dancers ages 5 to adult from 20 different dance studios. Tickets. Batavia Fine Arts Center, Batavia. foxvalleynutcracker.com.
  • Holly Days Opening Ceremony – 11/30. Month-long festival in Downtown Westmont starts with the Frosty & Friends Parade, visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus, downtown business open houses, treats and more. Westmont. hollydaysfestival.com.
  • Brookfield Zoo Holiday Magic – Sat and Sun, 11/30-12/1, 12/7-8, 12/14-15, 12/21-22, and Thurs-Tues, 12/26-31. Chicagoland’s Largest and Longest Running Lights Festival with over One-Million LED Lights, a 41-Foot Talking Tree, a Skating Rink, Ice Carvers, and Much More! Brookfield. CZS.org/Events.

DECEMBER

  • Cantigny Brunch with Santa – 12/1. Enjoy a fantastic brunch spread while enjoying a face painter, balloon artists and a family picture with Santa. 10 AM and 12:30 PM seatings. Red Oak Room at Cantigny Golf, Wheaton. Reservations. cantigny.org.
  • JingleBell Jubilee – 12/1. Come see beautiful holiday lights, meet Santa and Mrs. Claus, hear stories, listen to carolers, drink hot cocoa, and much more! Lombard. lombardparks.com.
  • Celebration of Lights – 12/1. Enjoy activities for the whole family including hayrides, holiday craft activities, a community sing-a-long, visits with Santa! FREE. 5- 7 PM. Batavia Riverwalk. Bataviaparks.org.
  • Sugar & Spice – 12/2. Fun and Festive Holiday Fundraiser with Boutique Shopping, Hors- d’oeuvres, deserts, Holiday martinis, Split the Raffles. Drury Lane, Oak Brook. 5-9 PM. oakbrookchapterinfantwelfare.org.
  • Holiday Market at Lincoln Park Zoo – 12/3. One-of-a-kind gifts for everyone on your list – all illuminated by the glow of ZooLights. An event for all ages. 6:30-10 PM. Chicago. Lpzoo.org.
  • Mistletoe Medley – 12/3. 9:30 AM – 3 PM. Annual luncheon and fashion show, boutique shopping and raffle. Benefits Oak Brook Infant Welfare Society. 9:30 AM-3 PM. Oak Brook. Reservations oakbrookchapterinfantwelfare.org.
  • Holiday Bedtime Stories – 12/3 and 12/5. Bring PJs, a stuffed toy and blanket for a night of Christmas songs, stories and cookies and milk with Mrs. Claus with a surprise visit from Santa. Barrington Park District. Register barringtonparkdistrict.org.
  • Holiday Housewalk – 12/5 – 12/7. Holiday houses on tour in Oak Park and River Forest. Benefits OPRF Infant Welfare Society. The Nineteenth Century Club, Oak Park. 708-848-0528 ext. 235.
  • Holiday Market – 12/5 – 12/7. Shop one-of-a-kind artisan vendors offering unique gift items: jewelry, clothing, gourmet food, home décor and more. Benefits OPRF Infant Welfare Society. Oak Park. 708-848-0528 ext. 235.
  • Lambs Farm Holiday Lights Gift and Craft Fair –  12/5-8. Thu 1-9 PM, – Fri 11 AM – 9 PM, Sat 9 AM – 6 PM, Sun 10 AM – 5 PM. Arlington International Racecourse, Arlington Heights. holidaylightslambsfarm.com.
  • Cup of Cheer – 12/5-6. Naperville Garden Club’s 58th Annual House Walk, Holiday Market & Tea. napervillegardenclub.org.
  • One of a Kind Holiday Show – 12/5 – 12/8. More than 600 independent makers will set up shop at the 19th annual Holiday Show held at The Mart. Chicago. oneofakindshowchicago.com.
  • Holiday Housewalk & Market – 12/5-12/7. Tour 5 decorated homes in Oak Park and River Forest. Oak Park. childrenscliniciws.org.
  • Wintersong 2019 – 12/6 6:30 PM and 12/7 3:00 PM. Enjoy the performance of The Glen Ellyn-Wheaton Chorale and accompanying chamber orchestra as they celebrate the season with music and song. College Church. Wheaton. gewchorale.org.
  • Jolly Old St. Nick Concert – 12/6. Ring in the holiday season with Elmhurst’s annual celebration of the city’s German roots. Concert, St. Nick pictures, hot chocolate and sweets. 6:30-8:00 PM. Yorkfield Presbyterian Church, Elmhurst. elmhursthistory.org.
  • Hanover Park Tree Lighting Ceremony – 12/6. Santa, hot chocolate bar, live reindeer, horse and carriage rides on a lighted luminary path, arts/crafts, choirs and an indoor snowball fight. 6 – 8 PM. Hanover Township Community Center. hanoverparkillinois.org.
  • Holiday Walk & Festival of Windows – 12/6. Live window displays, horse-drawn carriage rides, Santa and reindeer, face painting and shopping. 6-9 PM. Madison Street in Downtown Forest Park. exploreforestpark.com.
  • Holiday Market and Parade – 12/6 6-9 PM; 12/7-8 12 – 5 PM. Tree lighting, Toyland Parade, Parade of Lights, children’s crafts, market. Tinley Park. 708-444-5045. tinleypark.org.
  • Annual Hinsdale Christmas Walk – 12/6. Holiday open house and celebration. 5-8 PM. Hinsdale. hinsdalechamber.com.
  • Christmas Walk – 12/6. Festivities include the arrival of Santa Lucia, the lighting of the tree, carolers, a live nativity and free carriage rides. 6-9:30 PM. Downtown Gevena. genevachamber.com.
  • Pizza with Santa – 12/6. Pizza, soda, craft, games, bounce house. Children of all ages with an adult. Register by 12/2. 6:30-7:35 PM. Darien. Darienparks.com.
  • Cocoa Crawl – 12/6.  Celebrate the winter season with some toasty hot cocoa as several participating venues fill up your custom mug.  Admission: $5 for ticket/$10 for mug. Various Venues in Downtown Aurora. auroradowntown.org.
  • Winter Wonderland and Hope for the Holidays – 12/6. Firefighters bring Santa on decorated, flashing vehicles. 6-9 PM. Edward Hospital Athletic and Event Center, Romeoville.  Romeoville.org.
  • Naper Settlement’s Yuletide Festival & Fair – Friday s Saturdays & Sundays. 12/6-22. Experience the joy of the holiday season with live entertainment, local art and craft vendors, wintry food and beverages from local restaurants and breweries, and more! Admission is FREE! NaperSettlement.org/Yuletide.
  • Festival of Lights – 12/6-12/29. Visit the Museum at Old Town Park throughout the Festival of Lights for a seasonal holiday show. Bloomingdale. Bloomingdaleparks.org.
  • Santa on Broadway – 12/7,12/14, 12/21. Visit with the jolly bearded man on Saturday afternoons in December at shops along Broadway. Free. Aurora. auroradowntown.org.
  • Candy Cane Hunt – 12/7. Dress warm & bring a basket to hunt for your goodies. A visitor from North Pole, too. 10 AM Community Park Bandshell, Lisle. Register. lisleparkdistrict.org.
  • Skating with Santa – 12/7. Celebrate the season and skate with Santa, Anna and Elsa.12 – 1PM. Rocket Ice Arena, Bolingbrook. Napervilleparks.org.
  • The St. Nick’s Mart – 12/7.  Come shop the wares of local crafters, independent consultants and small Villa Park businesses. 5 – 8:30 PM. Villa Park Public Library, Villa Park. vppl.info.
  • Celebrate the Season Holiday Festival – 12/7. Mistletoe Market, horse-drawn trolley rides, face painting, crafts and the whole park will be decorated for the holidays. 1-7 PM. Cantigny Park, Wheaton. cantigny.org.
  • Spirit Village – 12/7. Help those in need while having a fun family day with balloons, face-painting and a petting zoo. 10 AM- 3PM. Christ Church Downers Grove, Lombard. christchurch.us.
  • Frosty Fest – 12/7. Activities include caroling, dance performances, holiday displays, cookie decorating, free hot cocoa, live ice sculpture carving, live reindeer, arts and crafts projects, visits with Santa & Mrs. Claus. West Chicago. Westchicago.org.
  • LaGrange Hometown Holiday – 12/7. Carolers, ice sculptures, petting zoo and pony rides, free trolleys – and dozens of lively merchant open houses. Downtown LaGrange. 3-8 PM. lgba.chambermaster.com.
  • The Nutcracker – 12/7. Local dancers and actors share the stage with seasoned professionals from the Chicago Ballet Conservatory to create an elaborate production. 2 PM. Hemmens Cultural Center, Elgin. cbcn.nutcracker.com.
  • Mistletoe Market – 12/7. Visit the festive displays of crafters and artists offering one-of-a-kind items for holiday gift giving. 1-7 PM. Visitors Center, Cantigny Park, Wheaton. cantigny.org.
  • Christmas in the Valley – 12/7. Celebrate the holidays at Spring Valley’s Heritage Farm. Noon – 4 PM. Schaumburg. parkfun.com.
  • Lights of Lisle – 12/7-8. Thousands of luminarias, tree lights and storefront decorations transform downtown into a magical place. Lisle. villageoflisle.org.
  • Once Upon a Christmas – 12/7-8. An annual event held at the Lisle Station Park’s Museum Campus. Children’s crafts, brick oven baking, blacksmithing and ice carving. 3- 8 PM Saturday and 11 AM – 4 PM Sunday. lisleparkdistrict.org.
  • Candlelight at the Inn – 12/7-8. Experience 1840s winter travel and tavern hospitality like travelers to the Garfield’s in their 1846 brick inn. Hospitality, refreshments, live music, and a bake sale in the Burr House. 3-7 PM. Campton Hills. garfieldfarm.org.
  • Brunch with the Grinch – 12/7 and 12/14. Feast on a Grinch-themed buffet along with a viewing of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.” The Grinch himself will make an appearance. 10 AM and 12:30 PM seatings. Red Oak Room at Cantigny Golf, Wheaton. Reservations. cantigny.org.
  • Donuts with Santa – 12/7. Drink hot chocolate, decorate donuts and hear a story as told by Santa. 9-10 AM or 10:30-11:30 AM. Register. Alfred Rubin Riverwalk Center, Naperville Park District. napervilleparks.org.
  • Howliday Jingle Paws Vendor Show – 12/7. Bring your pet for a photo with Santa, holiday shopping, giveaways and raffles. Benefits A Tail of 4 Paws Animal Rescue. 9 AM- 2 PM. Edward Hospital Athletic and Event Center, Romeoville. facebook.com/events/
  • Ugly Sweater Holiday Party – 12/7. Have an evening of holiday fun decorating a sweater you supply. Play games and decorate cookies. Ages 11-15 years. 6 – 8 PM, Itasca Park District. itascaparkdistrict.com.
  • McCormick House Holiday Concert 2019 – 12/8. Wheaton College artists perform a variety of holiday music in the McCormick House’s historic Freedom Hall, Cantigny Park, Wheaton. cantigny.org.
  • Candy Cane Train – 12/8. Travel from the Metra Train Station on Deerfield Road to meet Santa and holiday friends. 1-3:30 PM. Deerfield Park District. Register deerfieldparks.org.
  • Annual Children’s Holiday Party – 12/8. Crafts, entertainment, music, refreshments and a visit from Santa. 2 – 4 PM. Hinsdale South High School. Willowbrook. willowbrookil.org.
  • Iceland Santa Skate – 12/8. Enjoy a family skate with Santa and his elves to holiday music. 2:30 – 4:00 PM. Iceland, Niles Park District. niles-parks.org.
  • Christmas Train – 12/8. Take a ride on the Christmas City Express and discover the magic that occurs during the night. 3:15 PM or 4:25 PM. Jon Duerr Forest Preserve, Batavia. Bataviaparks.org.
  • Carol Fest – 12/8.  3 PM and 6 PM. Songs of the Christmas season with a large choir and orchestra. Christ Church Downers Grove, Lombard. christchurch.us.
  • Santa Splash – 12/8. Santa and his elves will be leading holiday themed games and activities in the pool. 1-3 PM. Bartlett Community Center. bartlettparkdistrict.
  • Kid Rock Holiday Sparkle – 12/10. Music and movement parent-child musical event with songs and activities with holiday theme and props. Ages 1-5 with adult. 10-10:45 AM. Cantigny Park, Wheaton. Register. Cantigny.org.
  • Westmont Holly Days Winter Ball – 12/13. Dinner, dancing, live entertainment and silent auction. Open to all to attend. RSVP by 11/16. Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook. 6:30 – 11 PM. hollydaysfestival.com.
  • Holiday Express at Blackberry Farm – 12/ 13 & 20; 12/ 7-8, 14-15 & 21-22. Take a magical ride on the Holiday Express train! Decorations, reindeer food bar, hay wagon rides. Blackberry Farm, Aurora. foxvalleyparkdistrict.org.
  • Santa’s Workshop – 12/13-14. Visit Santa’s workshop to meet Santa and take photos. Dogs welcome Friday. Holiday crafts will be available. Fri 5:30-8 PM and Sat 11 AM-1:30 PM. Itasca Park District, Itasca. itascaparkdistrict.com.
  • Christmas Lights Trolley Tours – 12/13-23. Illuminated tours of the LaSalle, Peru, Oglesby and Utica area to visit light displays on the fully enclosed trolley. 6-8 PM. Starved Rock Lodge and Conference Center. starvedrocklodge.com.
  • Merry and Bright: A Victorian Christmas – 12/14. Victorian Christmas traditions, tour of the house and Victorian-era carolers. Visit with Santa. Snacks and hot cocoa available for purchase. New 2019: Tree decorating contest. Register. 3-7 PM. Downers Grove Museum, Downers Grove. Dgparks.org.
  • Stocking Deliveries – 12/14. Santa makes a personal delivery at your home (park district area) with a stocking full of goodies. Winfield Park District. Register winfieldparkdistrict.com.
  • Elgin Symphony Orchestra “Deck the Halls”  Holiday Concert – 12/14-15. Bring the entire family and create joyful holiday memories together at this holiday sing-a-long. Sat 2:30 and 7 PM and Sun 2:30 PM. Hemmens Cultural Center, Elgin. elginsymphony.org.
  • LEGO Train Show – 12/14-15. Northern Illinois LEGO Train Club presents the group’s largest annual show. Please bring a new unwrapped toy for the Marine Toys for Tots. Cantigny Park, Wheaton. cantigny.org.
  • Last Chance Craft Fair – 12/14-15. Art and Craft Fair with over 175 booths. College of DuPage Athletic Arena, Glen Ellyn. craftproductionsinc.com.
  • Santa’s Bedtime Stories – 12/15. Dress in pajamas and slippers and join Santa and his elves for some holiday fun. Ages 1-8. Community Center/Hickory-Oak, Woodridge. woodridgeparks.org.
  • ’Tis the Season Holiday Concert – 12/15.Join in the spirit of the season with favorite holiday carols and popular songs by a full symphony orchestra. All ages. 2 and 4 PM. Wentz Concert Hall, Naperville. dupagesymphony.org.
  • ZooLights Monday Family Nights at Lincoln Park Zoo – 12/16, 12/23 & 12/30*. Fun-filled evenings includes activities for families with children. 4:30-9 PM. Lpzoo.org.
  • Holiday House Decorating Tour – 12/17-18. Travel around Schaumburg to see the sights and lights of houses decorated for the holidays. 6 – 8:30 PM. Schaumburg Park District. parkfun.com.
  • Holiday Trolley Express – 12/20. Take a festive trolley ride, hear the story of the Polar Express, sing carols, enjoy refreshments, and visit with Santa. 5 – 8 PM. Register Carol Stream Park District. csparks.org.
  • A Christmas Carol Radio Show – 12/21. “A Christmas Carol” presented as a 1940s-radio show. Join us for the retelling of Ebenezer Scrooge’s journey to find his holiday. 3 PM and 5 PM. Registration. McCormick House Freedom Hall, Cantigny. Wheaton. Cantigny.org.
  • Holly Jolly Trolley – 12/20-21 – Bring the family on a magical train ride to enjoy a story, caroling, milk and cookies and a very special guest! Roselle Metra Station. Bloomingdaleparks.org.
  • Itty Bitty New Year’s – 12/28. Ring in the new year with dancing, crafts and a countdown to noon. Age: 2-6 with adult. Registration. 10 AM – 12 PM. Lisle Recreation Center, Lisle. lisleparkdistrict.org.
  • Teenie Weenie New Year’s Eve Ball – 12/30. Dance to the music with a DJ; games, crafts and snacks. Ages 1-5 with adult. 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Simkus Recreation Center, Carol Stream. csparks.org.
  • Wild New Year’s Eve Celebration – 12/31. Celebrate New Year’s Eve early to meet the animals and share a toast. All ages with adult. 11 AM – 12:15 PM. Hickory Knolls Discovery Center, St. Charles Park District. stcparks.org.
  • DuPage Children’s Museum NYE – 12/ 31. Ring in the New Year with a countdown to Noon celebration. 10:00 – 11:30 AM. DuPage Children’s Museum, Naperville. dupagechildrens.org
  • Happy Noon Year – 12/31. Kids will enjoy games, music, balloon drop and sparkling grape-ice toast. 11:00 AM-12:15 PM. Pre-registration is required. Community Rec Center. Wheeling. wheelingparkdistrict.com.

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