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Weekend picks: Feel like a kid at the Piccadilly Circus

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The Piccadilly Circus comes to the DuPage County Expo Center in St. Charles from Saturday through Monday, May 25-27.

Bonnie Peterson's "Accelerating Antarctica" is part of a textile art show at College of Lake County in Grayslake.

Get your bike inspected, meet McGruff the Crime Dog and get a free hot dog at the Hawthorn Woods Police Department's free Bike Rodeo.

The special Butterflies & Blooms area of the Chicago Botanic Garden returns to Glencoe starting Saturday, May 25.

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The Barrington Arts Festival returns this weekend.

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Step back in time to see an 1890s ceremony honoring fallen soldiers at the "Memorial Day Remembered" event at Kline Creek Farm.

Courtesy of the Forest Preserve District of DuPage

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See acrobats, clowns, contortionists and more when the Piccadilly Circus arrives at the DuPage County Expo Center in St. Charles. The Butterflies & Blooms exhibition returns with hundreds of butterflies from around the world on display in a special garden at the Chicago Botanic Garden in Glencoe. Magician Dan Martin blends improv comedy with illusionist tricks in his "Magically Delicious Tour" at Naperville's North Central College.
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    • The Piccadilly Circus comes to the DuPage County Expo Center in St. Charles from Saturday through Monday, May 25-27.
    • Bonnie Peterson's "Accelerating Antarctica" is part of a textile art show at College of Lake County in Grayslake.
    • Get your bike inspected, meet McGruff the Crime Dog and get a free hot dog at the Hawthorn Woods Police Department's free Bike Rodeo.
    • The special Butterflies & Blooms area of the Chicago Botanic Garden returns to Glencoe starting Saturday, May 25.
    • The Barrington Arts Festival returns this weekend.
    • Step back in time to see an 1890s ceremony honoring fallen soldiers at the “Memorial Day Remembered” event at Kline Creek Farm.
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