Horse Drawn Open Sleigh Rides - OH What Fun!

OH WHAT FUN! What could be better then enjoying a horse drawn open sleigh ride this Christmas season! I love the old world charm of it, and it's a great photo opportunity to boot! And thanks to the Forest Preserve of DuPage County, Naperville residents do not have to look too far from home. St. James Farm in Warrenville is offering 20-minute sleigh rides this winter. They will be offered Wednesday ‒ Saturday, from Dec. 21 ‒ Jan. 7 at 2, 2:30 and 3pm. Please note that tickets are NOT refundable in the event that there is no snow because they will use their wagon instead of the sleigh. Call 630-580-7025 or visit www.dupageforest.com St James Farm 2S541 Winfield Rd Warrenville, Illinois FUN I

A Drive Thru Living Nativity

A living nativity featuring live actors & animals is offered "drive thru" style at Faith World Outreach Church in nearby Bartlett. You can download a narration to listen to, and if you open your window you may find a warm cup of cider in your hand. Located right off of Rte. 59 it is usually 2 NIGHTS ONLY. 2017 DATES COMING SOON, PLEASE STAY TUNED. . For more info please call 630-830-0196 or visit https://fwo.org/community/dramas/nativity/

Where to Go Ice Skating Outdoors

Winter fun is all around! Break out your skates and enjoy 5, count them FIVE.... FREE, public ice skate opportunities in town courtesy of the Naperville Park District. At various parks around the city, the park district creates seasonal ice rinks, but you'll need r own skates. Some of the rinks are lighted, others are not. Skating season starts on December 15th, and weather conditions must be cold enough for ice of course. "A minimum of 72 hours of constant temperatures of 15° or below is necessary before the ice-making process may begin." The Park District offers a "hotline" number to check on skating status at 630-883-4242; and the serious skater can also opt to receive text and email u

Illumination at The Morton Arboretum

We love this fun family event in neighboring Lisle, IL! This event requires tickets. Go hug a tree! Friday, November 18, 2016 through January 2, 2017. See trees in a different light. Stroll over a mile of innovative lights and projections. Hug or sing to trees, and they respond. Listen while lights dance to music performed by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Music, motion, and magic fill the winter woods.

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