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Things To Do This Weekend October 19-21

The air is crisp, the leaves are changing and cider is warm. Life is good in Lake County. To create the the top things to do this weekend October 19-21, mix one cup fun, a pinch of frights and a dash of salt to taste. We’ve ‘fall’en for the season and don’t want to ‘leave’ […]

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Top 10 Things To Do in October 2018

So long summer. As much as we love the summer, Lake County lives and breathes the fall. When October shows up, the spooks and spirits take over in Lake County. Continue here to learn more. From pumpkin patches to family-friendly festivals, to Chicago Bears Football to Fright Fest, to Halloween and haunted houses, Lake County has what you’re […]

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Fall Festivals in Lake County 2018

One of the best things about the summer farewell is fall festivals in Lake County. Pumpkin spice anyone? Embark on the scenic vibrancy of autumn’s glows first hand while heading to an Oktoberfest, getting the living daylights scared out of you, picking out enormous orange fruits or just getting lost in a maze of maize. […]

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Things To Do This Weekend September 14-16

It’s beginning to feel like autumn here in Lake County and we’re feeling a little like this 👇.   The top things to do this weekend September 14-16 are frightening, funny and festive. For all other events and activities happening this weekend, continue here. The month is nearly half over but the fun isn’t ending […]

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New Coaster Planned for Six Flags Great America in 2019

Ladies and gentleman, Six Flags Great America has done it again with maximum force roller coaster. For 2019, the Gurnee amusement park just announced last week that they will be adding a 17th coaster to their lineup of thrill rides. Not to mention this new coaster will be breaking three records!? The 2019 coaster is […]

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Lake County’s Top 10 Things To Do in September

“But now in September the garden has cooled, and with it my possessiveness. The sun warms my back instead of beating on my head … The harvest has dwindled, and I have grown apart from the intense midsummer relationship that brought it on.” – said author Robert Finch. Fall doesn’t technically start until September 22, but […]

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