Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Fun Halloween Events This Weekend on the North Shore!

It’s hard to believe we’re nearing the end of October and that the fall season is in full swing here on Chicago’s North Shore!  In living and working on the North Shore for a number of years, I know autumn has such a vibrant way of making you feel right at home in Deerfield, Glencoe, Winnetka, Northbrook or Highland Park.
These communities are each unique and provide an excellent lifestyle for residents.  My work as a North Shore Real Estate agent has me very involved within these towns and what’s happening.  I love being able to share with potential buyers what makes each area unique and helping them determine which community best fits their needs.
Whether you’re considering moving to the North Shore, have recently moved or are a long time resident; there are a few events taking place this weekend just in time for Halloween that you won’t want to miss!
Trick or Treating in Downtown Highland Park
Thursday, October 24th from 3-5pm

- Head to Downtown Highland Park this Thursday for a special night of Trick-or-Treating!  Retailers throughout the central business district of Downtown Highland Park will be handing out candy to costumed kids trick or treating from 3:00 to 5:00 pm as a fun and safe way to celebrate Halloween. Enjoy the festive hocus pocus and treats while shopping through the 130+ retail locations in Downtown Highland Park!

The fun continues in Port Clinton Square from 3-6pm where families can enjoy live music, hayrides, pony rides and train rides for children. In addition, Renaissance Place will be hosting a number of exciting Halloween-themed activities. Enjoy a photo booth, cotton candy, tattoos, a DJ, and street entertainers. For more information on this festive evening, visit the Downtown Highland Park website.  

Downtown Trick or Treat
Downtown Deerfield
Saturday, October 26, 2013, 12:00 PM

- Don’t miss the Downtown Trick or Treat this Saturday in Deerfield!  Shops in Downtown Deerfield that feature an orange pumpkin sign in their windows have treats on hand for kids to enjoy!  This is a fun and safe way to go trick or treating while also getting to know local businesses!  For a full listing of participating merchants, you can visit the Deerfield Chamber of Commerce website

Halloween Hound Parade!
Deerfield Square
Saturday, October 26, 2013, 2:00 PM

Come visit our Halloween Hound Parade!

- Do you have a pet that loves getting dressed up for Halloween?  You’ll want to be a part of the Halloween Hound Parade this Saturday in Deerfield Square!  All pets are welcome and are eligible to receive a prize from Whole Foods for Best Costume.  Even if you don’t have a pet, you’ll enjoy seeing the creative costumes on these adorable pets!  This event is sponsored by the DBR Chamber of Commerce and Whole Foods Market in Deerfield.  For more information, please contact the Chamber at 847-945-4660.

2nd Annual Northbrook Court Halloween Party
Northbrook Court Stores (Lower Level Near Macy’s)
2171 Northbrook Court, Northbrook
Saturday, October 26, 2013, 2:00 PM

- Enjoy complimentary treats and activities this Saturday at the 2nd Annual Northbrook Court Halloween Party!  You’ll have a chance to make Halloween arts and crafts and even learn the choreography to Michael Jackson’s song “Thriller.”  Kids will also be invited on stage for a Costume Contest where all participants and winners will receive a prize from favorite Northbrook stores!   Learn more about this fun event on the Northbrook Court website.  

I hope you’re able to get out in the community and celebrate this candy-filled holiday!

If you are considering moving to the North Shore and would like more information on the North Shore Real Estate market; please feel free to contact me today!  

Janie Bress
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