30th annual – which is the “Pearl” anniversary! Enjoy fresh oysters and craft beer at this event produced by Shaw’s Crab House. Enjoy a full week of events at their Chicago and Shaumburg locations, including happy hours, pop up 50c oyster hours, slurp-off competitions, and more.
For the month of October, Chase Park will be transformed into a fall spectacular, including the epic return of The Great Pumpkin Patch, the Chicago Park District's only professional haunted house attraction "The Attic" & the 4th Annual Chicago Campfire Festival on October 12th, 2019; a day full of fall fun, live music, ghost stories, & real campfires. New this year we will be hosting our first annual Campfire 2K Family Fun Run followed by a special pumpkin patch party!
Campfire Festival tickets available on our website
9/15 - 9/30: $9 (plus processing fee)
After 9/30: $11 (plus processing fee)
$13 in person (processing fee for CC Payment)
*Kids 2 & Under Are Free
A Regular Ticket includes:
Admission To The Fest
Picnic Space For Our Live Music Concert & Professional Ghost Stories (Space is first come first served, arrive early)
Marshmallows, S'more Kit + Roasting Stick
Entry To The Great Pumpkin Patch (Pumpkins available for purchase)
Entry to Corn Maze, Corn Pit, & Photo Booth
Arts & Crafts For The Kids, Games
Shows, Circus Wheel, Face Painting & More
Additional Food & Snacks Will Be Available For Purchase. Concessions Go To Benefit The Chase Park Advisory Council So Be Sure To Buy Some Grub!
Email us for large groups or field trips at email@example.com.
The world’s largest affordable ideas festival comes to Chicago, with events taking place at Harris Theater, Venue SIX10, and MCA, covering topics that affect Chicago and beyond. Guests can hear from politicians, actors, writers, and many more.
More Info: https://www.chicagoideas.com/
Our annual all-age family 2019 Pumpkin Patch Festival is coming to SeatGeek Stadium at 7000 S Harlem Ave in Bridgeview, IL.
This years Festival takes place on October 18th, 19th, 20th & Oct 25th, 26th, 27th, 2019
The event features a number of big attractions such as a pumpkin patch, carnival, corn maze, puppet show, magic show, kids haunted house, pumpkin jumpers, face painting, pumpkin painting and a petting zoo. It's fun for the whole family - FREE ADMISSION with $20 Parking Pass
Join Liberty for great Fall Fun including a FREE reptile exhibit featuring snakes, turtles and lizards. Experience music performed by a band from the Old Town School of Folk Music. Also enjoy glitter tattoos, face painting, a balloon artist, pony rides, a petting zoo, and much more.
*Fall Pilsen Artist Alley - October 19th & 20th*
This event is an outdoor festival celebrating the hustle of the Artisan Vendor with a rotating list of vendors, live music provided by Lumpen Radio, local food & craft beer by Lo Rez Brewing. Proceeds benefit the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights.
Corner of 21st & Morgan Street
October 19 from 12:00 - 10:00 PM
October 20 from 12:00 - 8:00 PM
Our Vendor Lineup will be released one week before the event!
APPLICATIONS FOR VENDORS OPEN UNTIL SEPTEMBER 25
Carnitas Uruapan (Pilsen)
Step Down Cafe
*LIVE MUSIC - 10/19*
A Flor De Piel
*LIVE MUSIC - 10/20*
The Laughing Hearts
The Pilsen Artist Alley will be the last stop (Lo Rez Brewing) of the 18th Street Pilsen Open Studios to allow vendors without their own studio to participate in the event. It will be a pick up and drop off location, as well as the official after party on Saturday, October 19th from 8:00 - 10:00 PM.
ABOUT THE NON PROFIT
Proceeds will benefit the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights & CITA (Chicago Immigrant Transportation Assistance. The Illinois Coalition for Immigrant & Refugee Rights is dedicated to promoting the rights of immigrants and refugees to full and equal participation in the civic, cultural, social, and political life of our diverse society. CITA is an organization currently within the ICIRR that provides transportation for refugees & asylum seekers coming in and out of Chicago.
ABOUT THE EVENT
This FALL Pilsen Artist Alley is a collaboration between local artists, musicians, and local businesses, brought to you by Lo Rez Brewing & the Pilsen Artist Alley team.
Come out and Join us for our 2nd annual Fall Festival. We will have 50+ vendors, Crafters, Artisans, and food companies set up on Sandburg and Row. The mall will also have numerous activities(times and activities TBD and will be posted closer to the event). Vendors will have candy to hand out, while supplies last, during the mall activities schedule.
October 25- 27th the vendors, crafters and artisans will be set up between 11 am - 7 pm
Friday and Saturday and Sunday 11am-5pm.
FALL FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES WILL BE SATURDAY ONLY PLEASE CHECK THE MALL WEBSITE FOR FULL DETAILS.
VENDORS AND CRAFTERS WILL BE SET UP ALL 3 DAYS
Start the day off with a fun 5K run/walk and see the extent of our campus. Strollers welcome! We will then have raffles, children's activities and a community resource fair. We will also offer tours of our campus, including the newly opened, state-of-the-art Supply Chain and Transportation Technology Center. There is a registration fee for the 5K, but all other events are free and open to the public.
To register for the 5K:
This beloved forest in the city celebrates the harvest by focusing on the animals that begin to prepare for the long winter ahead after gathering their fall goodies. Do nature-centric crafts, stroll the farmers market, watch the scarecrow building contest, listen to storytellers and jam out to live music. If you’re looking for a slice of peace, the nature preserve offers trails that wind through woodland, wetland, prairie and savanna.
Oct. 12 & 13; 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
NPV, 5801 N. Pulaski Rd., North Side
Join Lurie Garden and 10 other local vendors to celebrate one of our favorite seasons!
Everyone is welcome to this free event on the Jay Pritzker Pavilion Stage in Millennium Park. Sip warm cider and listen to seasonal tunes from Old Town School of Folk Music while visiting the artisans who will join us.
We will be giving away seeds recently harvested from the garden. (limit 4/person)
We will be selling*:
Our Limited Edition 2019 Lurie Garden honey
Urban Wild mugs
A small selection of bulbs (check back soon for the list of bulbs available.)
*All proceeds support our free public programming!
Vendors joining us this year are:
Here are some of the seeds available for give-away:
This year's Urban Wild is located on the Pritzker Stage in Millennium Park.
Just stop by or register to get a reminder.
Your support is meaningful to the Lurie Garden’s continued efforts in providing free nature programs to the public.
With your contribution, you help us to continue these free programs.
Click here to Support Lurie Garden's Free Nature Programming
Apples stand as everyone’s favorite fall fruit, and this 32nd annual Lincoln Square festival celebrates them all, from Akanes to Zestas. Dozens of vendors will be selling apples in all shapes and forms — apple cider, candy apples, apple pie, apple strudel — as well as handcrafted items. There is also a kid zone full of children’s activities and live music throughout the day at the Leland Avenue Kid Zone.
Oct. 5 & 6; 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Cost: $5 suggested donation
Lincoln Ave., between Lawrence & Eastwood, Lincoln Square
Enjoy a fun filled photo scavenger hunt to celebrate one of the best holidays...Halloween! We will meet at PSC and enjoy a snack, craft and some games before going on a photo scavenger hunt around Safety Park/CRC grounds! Parents may bring a cell phone camera to take photos during the event. If there is inclement weather, the event will be rescheduled. Each child participating in the event must register. Adults must stay with their children during the event.
October 1, 2019
Pat Shephard Center