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Images: Saturday's Suburban Festivals

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  • The Navy Band Great Lakes helped celebrate summer at the Round Lake Heights Festival on Saturday, July 13.

       The Navy Band Great Lakes helped celebrate summer at the Round Lake Heights Festival on Saturday, July 13.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • The Navy Band Great Lakes helped celebrate summer at the Round Lake Heights Festival on Saturday, July 13.

       The Navy Band Great Lakes helped celebrate summer at the Round Lake Heights Festival on Saturday, July 13.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Round Lake Heights Trustee Dominick Mahoney climbs into the Batmobile he just pulled out of the bat cave for the Round Lake Heights Festival Parade on Saturday, July 13.

       Round Lake Heights Trustee Dominick Mahoney climbs into the Batmobile he just pulled out of the bat cave for the Round Lake Heights Festival Parade on Saturday, July 13.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Round Lake Heights Trustee Dominick Mahoney drives the Batmobile in the Round Lake Heights Festival parade Saturday, July 13. It's a fan favorite at the event.

       Round Lake Heights Trustee Dominick Mahoney drives the Batmobile in the Round Lake Heights Festival parade Saturday, July 13. It's a fan favorite at the event.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Ron Godsey uses a twin-headed brush to cover slabs of ribs with barbecue sauce at the Texas Outlaws tent during the Lake in the Hills Rockin' Ribfest at Sunset Park on Saturday. Texas Outlaws is from Elizabethtown, Ky.

       Ron Godsey uses a twin-headed brush to cover slabs of ribs with barbecue sauce at the Texas Outlaws tent during the Lake in the Hills Rockin' Ribfest at Sunset Park on Saturday. Texas Outlaws is from Elizabethtown, Ky.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • David Richie of Lake in the Hills checks out the pulled pork dinner he purchased at the Mojo's Ribshack tent during the Lake in the Hills Rockin' Ribfest at Sunset Park on Saturday.

       David Richie of Lake in the Hills checks out the pulled pork dinner he purchased at the Mojo's Ribshack tent during the Lake in the Hills Rockin' Ribfest at Sunset Park on Saturday.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Jeff Rosinski of Lake in the Hills eats ribs he purchased at the Texas Outlaws tent during the Lake in the Hills Rockin' Ribfest at Sunset Park on Saturday.

       Jeff Rosinski of Lake in the Hills eats ribs he purchased at the Texas Outlaws tent during the Lake in the Hills Rockin' Ribfest at Sunset Park on Saturday.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Georgia Killian, 6, of Dallas, Texas, flew on a plane to Chicago by herself to visit her grandparents in Gurnee and ended up riding a camel named Charley at the Grandwood Park Summerfest on Saturday.

       Georgia Killian, 6, of Dallas, Texas, flew on a plane to Chicago by herself to visit her grandparents in Gurnee and ended up riding a camel named Charley at the Grandwood Park Summerfest on Saturday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Matthew Marotta, 7, of North Chicago got a rare chance to feed Charley the camel a lemon, which camels love to eat, at the Grandwood Park Summerfest on Saturday.

       Matthew Marotta, 7, of North Chicago got a rare chance to feed Charley the camel a lemon, which camels love to eat, at the Grandwood Park Summerfest on Saturday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Crowds flock to the Food Truck Festival held at Arlington Park on Saturday.

       Crowds flock to the Food Truck Festival held at Arlington Park on Saturday.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

  • Nick Amren, left, of Crystal Lake, gets a potato pancake from Bill Davis of Bergstein's NY Delicatessen during the Food Truck Festival at Arlington Park on Saturday.

       Nick Amren, left, of Crystal Lake, gets a potato pancake from Bill Davis of Bergstein's NY Delicatessen during the Food Truck Festival at Arlington Park on Saturday.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

  • Aspen, a 1-year old Jack Russell Terrier, rolls over for his owner Jenny Bradley of Batavia at the Windmill City Festival on Saturday. The festival includes the Pet Parade, which lets members of the community show off their animal friends. The Windmill City Festival is held on the Riverwalk and will run through Sunday.

       Aspen, a 1-year old Jack Russell Terrier, rolls over for his owner Jenny Bradley of Batavia at the Windmill City Festival on Saturday. The festival includes the Pet Parade, which lets members of the community show off their animal friends. The Windmill City Festival is held on the Riverwalk and will run through Sunday.
    Emmalee Luckas | Staff Photographer

  • Jake Morris, 13, of Batavia shows off his 5-foot-long Bull Python, Sniper, at the Windmill City Festival Pet Parade on Saturday. The festival is being held on the Riverwalk in Batavia and will run through Sunday.

       Jake Morris, 13, of Batavia shows off his 5-foot-long Bull Python, Sniper, at the Windmill City Festival Pet Parade on Saturday. The festival is being held on the Riverwalk in Batavia and will run through Sunday.
    Emmalee Luckas | Staff Photographer

  • Nick Galatte, of Monee, makes a glass turtle as a crowd of people gathers to watch at the Buffalo Grove Invitational Fine Art Festival on Saturday.

       Nick Galatte, of Monee, makes a glass turtle as a crowd of people gathers to watch at the Buffalo Grove Invitational Fine Art Festival on Saturday.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

  • Dave Granger, left, and Scott Anderson perform as Cirrus Falcon at the Buffalo Grove Invitational Fine Art Festival on Saturday.

       Dave Granger, left, and Scott Anderson perform as Cirrus Falcon at the Buffalo Grove Invitational Fine Art Festival on Saturday.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

  • Don Otto, a former member of the Triton Troupers, performs his unique brand of comedy during Itascafest on Saturday.

       Don Otto, a former member of the Triton Troupers, performs his unique brand of comedy during Itascafest on Saturday.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Rianna Culp, 9, of Crystal Lake wins a bubble gum blowing contest during Itascafest on Saturday.

       Rianna Culp, 9, of Crystal Lake wins a bubble gum blowing contest during Itascafest on Saturday.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Natalie Brinkley of Itasca enjoys her alien balloon headdress during Itascafest on Saturday.

       Natalie Brinkley of Itasca enjoys her alien balloon headdress during Itascafest on Saturday.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Donald McGowan of Lisle views photographs by Timothy Johnson of LaGrange during the Naperville Woman's Club Fine Art Fair on Saturday.

       Donald McGowan of Lisle views photographs by Timothy Johnson of LaGrange during the Naperville Woman's Club Fine Art Fair on Saturday.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Eric Huggins of Mango Mosaics in Bourbonnais talks about his glass mosaics during the Naperville Woman's Club Fine Art Fair on Saturday.

       Eric Huggins of Mango Mosaics in Bourbonnais talks about his glass mosaics during the Naperville Woman's Club Fine Art Fair on Saturday.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Zach Zurawski of Barrington takes a sip of his beer at the Barrington Brew Fest on Saturday.

       Zach Zurawski of Barrington takes a sip of his beer at the Barrington Brew Fest on Saturday.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

  • Dave Johnson of Ingleside talks with some friends at the Barrington Brew Fest on Saturday.

       Dave Johnson of Ingleside talks with some friends at the Barrington Brew Fest on Saturday.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

 

Images from festivals in the suburbs on Saturday, July 13. Food, beer brews, fine art, performing animals and a parade appearance by Batman are just a few of the fun things suburban festival goers experienced this weekend.

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