Friday Fun Five June 8, 2018

Oaklee's Family Guide Friday Fun FiveHere are our top five favorite events for you and your family to enjoy this weekend! Get out there and make some memories!

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Miss Jamie’s Farm – Cantigny Park
June 10 in Wheaton

Miss Jamie’s Farm is a popular music show for young kids and their families, sharing values from life down on the farm through songs both new and familiar. Sing, dance, laugh and learn with Miss Jamie and her farm puppet friends!



Hometown Picnic – Naper Settlement
June 10 in Naperville

Sunday, June 10 What better way to spend a lazy, Sunday afternoon than at a picnic with an old-fashioned baseball game, fun contests, and Touch-A-Truck vehicles? Bring your family, lawn chairs, blankets and a picnic and enjoy reliving the past!



Chicago Northwest Family Day – Woodfield Mall
June 16 in Schaumburg

This one-of-a-kind children’s event (ages 8 and under) lets you pinpoint some of Chicagoland’s best attractions — they’re closer than you think! Best of all — this event is FREE! You and your children will have an opportunity to meet with our attractions, play interactive activities and plan “in your own backyard” things to do this summer.




Promenade of Art Celebrates its 16th Anniversary
June 9-10 in Arlington Heights

Spend the weekend in the fresh air and sunshine enjoying art, local food fare, and live music. Inviting, interactive elements including a graffiti wall, art bingo, and photo booth promise an entertaining weekend for the whole family.




Kevin and the Infinite Possibilities – Arlington Heights Memorial Library
June 9 in Arlington Heights

In this highly interactive show at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library, Kevin inspires kids’ creativity through engaging and original songs and storytelling. For ages 18 months-grade 2 with an adult. Register at Free.




This week’s Friday Fun Five is sponsored by “Pirates’ Cove Children’s “.
In Elk Grove Village, IL you will find our own buried treasure, “Pirates’ Cove.” Open from June through August, the Park is designed to stimulate and encourage the creative exploration and imagination of children between the ages of one and nine.

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