Labor Day 2020 has passed but unfortunately the Coronavirus hasn’t. However that doesn’t mean we have to miss this year’s good old fall fun. Located west of Chicago sits the suburb of Oak Park, known for its Fall Fest and other autumn festivities that attract festival seekers throughout the area. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 many events that attract large crowds have been cancelled. Here are a few alternative things to do in Oak Park this fall.
Warmer, sun-shining days are right around the corner for Illinois residents. You may already be planning your first Spring outing to a park or a conservatory. If you live near Oak Park, you’re in for a treat! Managed by the Park District of Oak Park, Mills Park is the perfect destination for anyone to spend some relaxing time outdoors reconnecting with nature. Read on, and you may just find yourself there very soon!
Holiday season 2019 is in full swing! Many cities are lighting their Christmas trees, setting up holiday light displays, and indulging in sweet treats. Chicago and the suburbs offer up plenty of holiday activities to participate in. Check out our five favorite suburban Chicago holiday activities that we guarantee you won’t want to miss.
Ensuring your young ones attend a good school can be stressful and merits research. As a parent, you want to choose an environment that will encourage your child to excel and offer great learning opportunities. If you live in Oak Park, there are a multitude of options to pick from and it can be overwhelming. We’ve narrowed it down to the best-rated public and private schools.
Labor Day has come and gone, and fall weather is officially upon us. The mornings are crisper in Chicagoland, and some of us are ready for pumpkin patches and apple picking. Located just west of Chicago’s downtown sits Oak Park. Among Oak Park activities are a great assortment for families and young adults who still want to be near the city. For more events going on in Oak Park than we share here, check out their main event page.