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Jamie Martin performs her Miss Jamie's Farm Kids Music Show during the Cantigny Park one-day fall festival, Saturday, October 10, 2015 in Wheaton. A professional actress and singer, Jamie Martin takes kids on an imaginative adventure to her farm where they learn the values of hard work, kindness and healthy eating.
  Jamie Martin performs her Miss Jamie's Farm Kids Music Show during the Cantigny Park one-day fall festival, Saturday, October 10, 2015 in Wheaton. A professional actress and singer, Jamie Martin takes kids on an imaginative adventure to her farm where they learn the values of hard work, kindness and healthy eating.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
8-year-old Ryan Wilhusen of Cary picks out the perfect pumpkin to paint at Barrington's 15th annual Scarecrow Festival at Memorial Park.
  8-year-old Ryan Wilhusen of Cary picks out the perfect pumpkin to paint at Barrington's 15th annual Scarecrow Festival at Memorial Park.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
8-month-old Isabel Madison sleeps as mom and dad Kelly and Randall Madison paint her a pumpkin at Barrington's 15th annual Scarecrow Festival at Memorial Park. "We really like it, community involvement, a lot of families, it's Isabel's first Halloween, we're very excited." -- Randall Madison, Barrington."
  8-month-old Isabel Madison sleeps as mom and dad Kelly and Randall Madison paint her a pumpkin at Barrington's 15th annual Scarecrow Festival at Memorial Park. "We really like it, community involvement, a lot of families, it's Isabel's first Halloween, we're very excited." -- Randall Madison, Barrington."
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Angel Huerta of Niles balances Scottie the Parrot on his head during Mount Prospect Fall Festival & Octoberfest. Scottie belongs to Lou Chatroop of Lombard.
  Angel Huerta of Niles balances Scottie the Parrot on his head during Mount Prospect Fall Festival & Octoberfest. Scottie belongs to Lou Chatroop of Lombard.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Susan Hooper of Schaumburg is High Five, the stilt walker as she works the crowd at Mount Prospect Fall Festival & Octoberfest.
  Susan Hooper of Schaumburg is High Five, the stilt walker as she works the crowd at Mount Prospect Fall Festival & Octoberfest.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Stacey Pahlke of Mount Prospect, and her children Madelynn, left, and Jake, get some treats from Annette Trojniak of Parkway Bank, as hundreds lined up for trick or treats at Mount Prospect Fall Festival & Octoberfest.
  Stacey Pahlke of Mount Prospect, and her children Madelynn, left, and Jake, get some treats from Annette Trojniak of Parkway Bank, as hundreds lined up for trick or treats at Mount Prospect Fall Festival & Octoberfest.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Matthew and Amber Lutz, of Geneva, help their children, Meredith, 3, and Oliver, 5, make a scarecrow during the 30th annual St. Charles Scarecrow Festival Saturday in St. Charles. More than 150 handcrafted scarecrows, carnival, petting zoo, live music, food, and Autumn on the Fox arts and crafts show at 30th annual festival.
  Matthew and Amber Lutz, of Geneva, help their children, Meredith, 3, and Oliver, 5, make a scarecrow during the 30th annual St. Charles Scarecrow Festival Saturday in St. Charles. More than 150 handcrafted scarecrows, carnival, petting zoo, live music, food, and Autumn on the Fox arts and crafts show at 30th annual festival.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Elliot Whitaker, 7, of Carol Stream becomes "Spidey Boy" thanks to Sparkles Entertainment during the Cantigny Park one-day fall festival, Saturday, October 10, 2015 in Wheaton.
  Elliot Whitaker, 7, of Carol Stream becomes "Spidey Boy" thanks to Sparkles Entertainment during the Cantigny Park one-day fall festival, Saturday, October 10, 2015 in Wheaton.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Hayden Hess, 5, of Aurora, left, and Chance Rivas, 4, of Aurora, right, try their own scarecrow impersonations during the Cantigny Park one-day fall festival, Saturday, October 10, 2015 in Wheaton.
  Hayden Hess, 5, of Aurora, left, and Chance Rivas, 4, of Aurora, right, try their own scarecrow impersonations during the Cantigny Park one-day fall festival, Saturday, October 10, 2015 in Wheaton.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Jenifer [cq} Anderson of Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital leads the Group Tabata exercise during the Daily Herald's second annual Color the Town Pink event at Deer Park Town Center Saturday.
  Jenifer [cq} Anderson of Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital leads the Group Tabata exercise during the Daily Herald's second annual Color the Town Pink event at Deer Park Town Center Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Karolina Kolomyjska of Round Lake participates in the Group Tabata exercise during the Daily Herald's second annual Color the Town Pink event at Deer Park Town Center Saturday.
  Karolina Kolomyjska of Round Lake participates in the Group Tabata exercise during the Daily Herald's second annual Color the Town Pink event at Deer Park Town Center Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Aimee Suyko of Cary walks the runway during the fashion show of the Daily Herald's second annual Color the Town Pink event at Deer Park Town Center Saturday.
  Aimee Suyko of Cary walks the runway during the fashion show of the Daily Herald's second annual Color the Town Pink event at Deer Park Town Center Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Avery Pawczyk, 8, and her sister, Elena, 5, of Highland Park carve pumpkins during the Great Highwood Pumpkin Festival Sunday. Families spent the day carving pumpkins and adding to the collection of over 50,000 carved over the weekend.
  Avery Pawczyk, 8, and her sister, Elena, 5, of Highland Park carve pumpkins during the Great Highwood Pumpkin Festival Sunday. Families spent the day carving pumpkins and adding to the collection of over 50,000 carved over the weekend.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
A wall of pumpkins create a backdrop for Connor Howard, 9, left, and his brother, Graham, 6, of Glencoe as they carve pumpkins to add to the wall during the Great Highwood Pumpkin Festival Sunday. Families spent the day carving pumpkins and adding to the collection of over 50,000 carved over the weekend.
  A wall of pumpkins create a backdrop for Connor Howard, 9, left, and his brother, Graham, 6, of Glencoe as they carve pumpkins to add to the wall during the Great Highwood Pumpkin Festival Sunday. Families spent the day carving pumpkins and adding to the collection of over 50,000 carved over the weekend.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
The MidWest Renegades, daredevil trick riders perform at the Danada Fall Festival Sunday at Danada Equestrian Center in Wheaton.
  The MidWest Renegades, daredevil trick riders perform at the Danada Fall Festival Sunday at Danada Equestrian Center in Wheaton.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Mei Schmadeke, 7 of Wheaton helps paint a plastic horse during the Danada Fall Festival Sunday at Danada Equestrian Center in Wheaton.
  Mei Schmadeke, 7 of Wheaton helps paint a plastic horse during the Danada Fall Festival Sunday at Danada Equestrian Center in Wheaton.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Savannah Donofrio, 5 of Naperville rides the hobby horse she made while at the Danada Fall Festival Sunday at Danada Equestrian Center in Wheaton.
  Savannah Donofrio, 5 of Naperville rides the hobby horse she made while at the Danada Fall Festival Sunday at Danada Equestrian Center in Wheaton.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner mingles with riders during the 29th annual DuKane A.B.A.T.E. Toy and Food Run in Elburn.
  Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner mingles with riders during the 29th annual DuKane A.B.A.T.E. Toy and Food Run in Elburn.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner poses for a selfie with Ellie Rains of Sycamore and the founder of Midwest Women Riders before the start of the 29th annual DuKane A.B.A.T.E. Toy and Food Run in Elburn Sunday.
  Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner poses for a selfie with Ellie Rains of Sycamore and the founder of Midwest Women Riders before the start of the 29th annual DuKane A.B.A.T.E. Toy and Food Run in Elburn Sunday.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
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