Yorkville Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their annual Biz Boo on Sat., Oct. 26, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Stop by for business trick-or-treat and a chance to visit a fire engine. Check their website for details.
Did you know that Illinois is the biggest producer of pumpkins in the United States? Check some of them out at Blackberry Farms Pumpkin Weekends throughout October. Fun for the whole family including pumpkin decorating, hay rack rides, carousel and the pumpkin train.
Does one of your children have four legs and enjoy chasing cars? Then the Paws in the Park event is for you. Sun., Oct. 6, noon - 4 p.m. bring your furry friend down for this free event at the Lincoln Park Dog Park in Aurora. All the details are at the link below.
Need a zombie fix? Experience the cult classic "Night of Living Dead" like you never have before...live and on stage as a musical! Aurora's own Riverfront Playhouse has made this original production an annual tradition. Performed every Friday and Saturday night through Oct. 26 at 8 p.m. Come dressed as a zombie and get $2 off admission.
Last few chances for you to see "In The Heights" at the Paramount Theatre this weekend. The show has received rave reviews from critics such as the Chicago Tribune. Experience Broadway caliber theatre without leaving the Aurora Area.
Looking for some family fun this weekend? Check out all of the fall events at Blackberry Farms in Aurora. Beginning this Saturday through the end of Oct., Blackberry Farms hosts Pumpkin Weekends with festive decorations, carousel, train and hay rides and a pumpkin patch.
The Aurora Area - The Best Mix of Urban & Suburban
Formed in 1987, the Aurora Area Convention and Visitors Bureau (AACVB)
is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to aggressively promoting
and marketing the area as a premier overnight destination. The goal of
the AACVB is to enhance the economic and environmental well-being of our
region comprised of ten communities: Aurora, Batavia, Big Rock,
Hinckley, Montgomery, North Aurora, Plano, Sandwich, Sugar Grove and