Oaklee’s Friday Fun Five September 11, 2020

Oaklee's Family Guide Friday Fun FiveHere are our top five at home things to do for you and your family to enjoy this weekend! Make some memories!

For more great family events, see Oaklee’s  calendar of events!





Places to Pick Apples in the Chicagoland Area

Places to go this Fall
Nothing says fall like fresh midwestern apples picked right off the tree and made into delicious apple pies. Here’s a list of apple orchards within an easy drive from Chicagoland.



Kohl Kids Live: Things That Go Vroom!

September 13, 8:30 am
Are your kids fascinated by cars, trains and planes? We’re looking forward to welcoming you back for some Good Clean Fun with: – Small group sessions all themed on vehicles in our outdoor Habitat Park exhibit (10 guest maximum, including adults and children) – 90 minutes of contactless educational programming adaptable for children ages 3 to 8 (all ages welcome).



Movie in the Park: Trolls World Tour – Winnetka Park District

Friday, September 11, 8:00 pm
Indian Hill Park September 11 at Dusk Join us throughout the summer at one of our lovely parks to enjoy a movie with your friends and family. Tonight’s showing is of Trolls World Tour. The movie will begin at dusk (once it is dark enough to view the movie screen). Ages: All Fee: Free Registration: registration is not required, just show up!




Super Saturday: Planet Circus – Mount Prospect Public Library

Saturday, September 12, 11:00 am – 11:30 am
For all ages. Join us in celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month with a lively, bilingual show from Pocket Circus. With an incredible mix, of magic, juggling, and acrobatics, you won’t believe your eyes! This program is sponsored by the Mount Prospect Public Library Foundation.



Go Ape Chicago Grand Re-Opening

Saturday, September 12, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Go Ape Chicago is getting you back outside this summer. Go Ape Treetop Adventure and Journey courses offer an unparalleled outdoor experience, with over 40 suspended obstacles, thrilling ziplines, and an unbeatable view of the Bemis Woods Forest Preserves.



Sponsored by: Arlington Heights Memorial Library
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