Halloween may be Monday, but get the kids dressed up this weekend for all of the other Halloween happenings around Naperville.
Whether a long-standing tradition, like the Halloween event, in it’s 30th year or a movie night at the , there are other ways to get psyched for trick-or-treat.
The Naperville Public Library sponsors this fun event, which includes stories, puppet shows and songs. The event takes place outside except in the case of severe weather.
A night for dress up and imagination. The museum will host a family night to allow parents who work to enjoy the fun until 8 p.m.
Buy a shortbread cookie at Panera Bread and decorate it for free. Also 10 cents from a pumpkin cookie purchase will go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Enjoy some spooky Halloween themed music at the Millenium Carillon. Dress for the weather and bring a chair.
Wear a costume and enjoy Christian entertainment from Master Ron. There will be games, crafts and an interactive show.
Wear a family-friendly costume and enjoy games, crafts, a cakewalk, moon jump, face painting and more.
Community United Methodist Church will host this fright-free event, which will include a moonwalk, snacks and fun for the entire family.
The perfect opportunity to practice for Monday, businesses at the Main Street Promenade in Downtown Naperville will be handing out candy and treats from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Also, many businesses throughout Downtown will be handing out treats from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Children in sixth grade through high school are invited to attend this Tim Burton flick at the Nichols Library. Movie theater snacks will be enjoyed along with a scary craft.
The Naperville Park District will host this event along the Riverwalk at the Grand Pavilion. There will be treats and fun activities for children 10 and under.