One way to tell that it is Spring, aside from the weather, is that there are so many more events on the weekend, many taking place outdoors.
This weekend you can walk the dog and walk for dogs, walk to raise funds for cancer research, eat for a cause, listen to metal mixed with classical. It’s a smorgasbord!
Hopefully the weather cooperates so that the golfers are able to get a round of golf in as celebrates its 20th Anniversary. Even if you don’t golf, there will be cake and refreshments and a ribbon cutting.
If you like your metal heavy, and seriously who doesn’t, then you can’t miss this mixture as Earthen Grave partners with classical violinist Rachel Barton Pine for an evening of metal mayhem! (Fist pump!)
Come out and show your community support for the walkers who will be going all night at North Central College for the Relay for Life. It’s an event that will celebrate the survivors, remember those who lost the battle and raise funds for research.
Enjoy an evening of music from the DuPage Symphony String Ensemble. The ensemble will perform chamber music. After the performance the audience will be able to meet and talk with the performers. Best of all this event is free!
Looking for a job? Or, know someone who is searching? This community hiring event will include resume writing workshops and resume critiques and in-person interviews for those who register in advance.
As Kermit the Frog sang, it’s not easy being green. So, to celebrate Earth Day, carilloneur will perform a green concert, including Kermit’s well-known tune. The first 300 people also will get a sapling tree to take home.
If you like food and enjoy giving to a good cause then the NapervilleCares “Cuisine for a Cause” event will make your evening perfect. Enjoy signature dishes from 25 local restaurants as well as live entertainment.
Support the efforts of student musicians who will be performing in this noncompetitive event. This event, at nearby Plainfield High School, will have 20 bands from around the area participating, including .
The park district is hosting this spring tune-up tournament for men’s 12-inch and 16-inch softball teams. Come out and cheer the players on.
Have puppy. Will strut. is hosting its annual 5k walkathon. Registration kicks off at 7:30. There will be snacks and water along the route with entertainment and refreshments at the finish.
The cast at will explore the moral dilemma that Phedre faces, wanting something so badly, knowing it is wrong and taking actions that lead to a tragic ending. The story is timeless.
Music and poetic magic come together as the shares the stage with Jack Prelutsky, America’s first Children’s Poet Laureate. A special presentation of Camille Saint-Saens’ “Carnival of the Animals,” will include Prelutsky reading his new narration created to accompany this classical favorite.