Oaklee’s Fun Five September 13, 2019

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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Old Time Country Fair – Family Day at the Farmhouse
September 14 in Carol Stream

Free — There is no admission charge. Purchases are cash only. Farmhouse Tours, Used Book Sale, Music by The Six Strings Kings, Old-Fashioned Games, Apple Cider Donuts from Gourmet Goodies, Milk Maggie the mechanical cow and more.



Fall Fest – Northwest Covenant Church
September 14 in Mount Prospect

Join us for an old fashioned pig roast and BBQ. There will be fun and games for the kids. Live music for the whole family featuring Indie Kids Band, Isabella Maria, and Waxworks. Our special guest will be the Good Humor truck. All ages are welcome.




Fermilab Natural Areas Saturday Habitat Workday
September 14 in Batavia

Join our site ecologist for a Saturday workday on the beautiful grounds of Fermilab. Start time is 8:00 am -10:00am. Meet at the Lederman Education Center parking lot NE corner. Bring a driver’s license to show to security. Dress for the weather. Sturdy shoes and long pants are advised.




Fallapalooza – Heritage Park Performance Pavilion
September 15 in Wheeling

Enjoy an autumn afternoon with family and friends. Live music by “Mike Zabrin’s Funktastic” plus fun activities like a petting zoo, pony rides, inflatables and hayrides. Food and refreshments are also available for purchase. FREE admission.




First Responder Appreciation Month – LEGOLAND
September in Schaumburg

Calling all First Responders! As a thank you for all of your super-mega-awesome hard work, we’re proud to announce our First Responders Appreciation Month! First Responders* will receive FREE admission and their family & friends will be able to purchase tickets for 50% off!




Sponsored by: “Color the Town Pink”
Join us on Saturday, October 5 at 9AM at Deer Park Town Center for a Making Strides Against Breast Cancer fun walk to raise awareness and funds to save lives from breast cancer. All proceeds benefit The American Cancer Society.