If you are looking for something out of the ordinary for your Easter breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner, here are a couple of suggestions. From a traditional Italian celebration in Park Ridge, to a no fuss Bloody Mary kind of Brunch in Palatine. From a small bistro in Crystal Lake, to Brunch in a 1920′s dining car. Enjoy
For all of the Goblins and Ghouls, here are the Trick or Treat times as well as other Halloween themed activities for the towns along the NorthWest Line. Many of the Downtown areas have special festivities planned for children, like the Annual Halloween Festivities on the Square in Woodstock.
Take the train to experience live theater, ballet, musical acts, family entertainment, comedy, original plays and old favorites, you can find it all. The venues are as varied as the acts and many are housed in beautiful historic buildings within minutes of a Metra Station.
Barrington has it all going on this weekend! Sidewalk Sale Days and Barrington’s first Summer Fest. The festival will feature great music with 8 live bands, great food all by local restaurants and a great time for all.
A great time was had by all at ‘Eat & Drink For a Cause’, featuring “The Lost and Nameless Orchestra” where we exceeded our expectations for the evening with a standing room only crowd of almost 200 people. We would like to Thank everyone for coming out and supporting our two great charities SuperSibs! and Children’s Memorial Hospital.
Check back for Norge’s Winter Jump info.
Are you ready for one of the most fun bike events of the year? The Active Transportation Alliance sponsors this annual ride with four different routes to choose from, each exploring Chicago’s vibrant and diverse neighborhoods, lush parks and historic architecture. This is a great way to get out and enjoy the day!
Here are some great ideas to get you out to enjoy the change of seasons. From Jazz to Oktoberfests to Live Theater, there is something for everyone. Just get out there and enjoy the beautifull fall weather.
If you are a movie buff, or even if your not visit Historic Downtown Woodstock, where you can walk the path that Bill Murray walked every day in the movie Groundhog Day. Visit Woodstock Groundhog Days website www.woodstockgroundhog.org for walking tours, games, and more. And don’t miss all the activities in the first week of February.