Greg Brown

Weekdays, 10am - 3pm

Greg Brown’s Weekend Calendar (October 4 – 6)

Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes
Through October 31st
Various locations
Check out full lists of pumpkin patches and corn mazes in around your area!

Bengtson’s Pumpkin Fest
Through November 3rd
Homer Glen
With a haunted house for older kids and adults and Fun Barn for the whole family, there’s something for everyone at the old pumpkin farm.  Bengston’s features all sorts of activities included pig races, a pumpkin chucker, rides, a petting zoo and more haunted fun!

Basement of the Dead
Through November 2nd
Head down the creepy, creaky stairs to the spooky Basement of the Dead.  This suburban haunted house calls itself, “America’s scariest haunted house!”

Statesville Haunted Prison & City of the Dead
Through November 2nd
You’re going to jail in this haunted experience complete with 23 haunted rooms.  This prison of the dead is SO scary, that children under 10 are not allowed and those under 15 require an adult!

October 4th – 5th
Head to this west suburban Oktoberfest for live music, beer, tasty food and more!

St. Benedict’s Oktoberfest
October 4th – 6th
St. Benedict’s Courtyard in Chicago
Or, stay in the city for this Oktoberfest complete with live bands, beer, German food and even a kids’ carnival.

Fall Bulb Festival
October 4th – 6th
Chicago Botanic Garden in Glencoe
Check out the bulbs in the garden!  There will be 250 varieties of flower bulbs at this fest that includes gourmet food, beer, music and activities for the whole family.

Realm of Terror Haunted House
Through November 2nd
Round Lake Beach
Head north for what is described as “the craziest, most intense, extreme Halloween experience!”  This is also the only haunted house in Illinois with it’s own haunted bar.

Apple Fest
October 5th – 6th
Lincoln Avenue (from Lawrence to Eastwood)
Apple cider, apply pie and all the apples you can eat at Apple Fest!  There will also be live music and kids’ activities at this family-friendly event.


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