Hard to believe it is almost the weekend. In between all the errands try to find some time to have fun.
Naperville Patch shares a few of the events happening around town this weekend.
Time with tots
The is celebrating its 24th anniversary Friday. And, in doing so it is offering entry to the museum for $2.40 on Saturday, making it a great day to visit. There will be birthday-related events happening throughout the day.
Dine and dance
Enjoy the feel of a 1950s supper club when the Rhythm Rockets bring their vintage jump, swing and rhythm & blues to. The band will incorporate ballads, such as those from Etta James and up-tempos number from Louis Prima into the show. There is no cover charge.
Wine and benefit
The Arranmore Center for the Arts in nearby Oswego hosts a benefit event that will include wine and music. Coopers Hawk will provide the wine and local theater performers will provide the music.
Night at the opera
The West Suburban Symphony and its chorus along with the Young Anima Singers will be performing Puccini’s La Boheme, one of the most beloved operas ever. The performance will be held at Wentz Concert Hall.
Walk for Autism
will host its 3rd Annual Step Up for Autism walk and fun run Sunday. Funds raised from the annual event will benefit children and adults with autism in the community. This is one of the largest walks for Autism in the Chicagoland area.