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Images: See some of the best pictures by Daily Herald photographers from this past weekend

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Every weekend Daily Herald photographers venture out to some of the area's local events. See some of the best images from our Daily Herald photographers that you may have missed this past weekend.

As steam rises, David Anthonsen scoops Icelandic cod with potatoes and onions from boiling pots over an open fire pit at the 17th Fish Boil at Vasa Park in South Elgin Saturday.
  As steam rises, David Anthonsen scoops Icelandic cod with potatoes and onions from boiling pots over an open fire pit at the 17th Fish Boil at Vasa Park in South Elgin Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
More than 90 people preregistered for a meal of Icelandic cod, boiled in onions and potatoes, and vegetables and dill sauce, the 17th Fish Boil at Vasa Park in South Elgin Saturday.
  More than 90 people preregistered for a meal of Icelandic cod, boiled in onions and potatoes, and vegetables and dill sauce, the 17th Fish Boil at Vasa Park in South Elgin Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Tom Cleveland, President of Scandinavian Park, Inc., scoops out Icelandic cod from boiling pots over an open fire at the 17th Fish Boil at Vasa Park in South Elgin Saturday.
  Tom Cleveland, President of Scandinavian Park, Inc., scoops out Icelandic cod from boiling pots over an open fire at the 17th Fish Boil at Vasa Park in South Elgin Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
A group of people look 80 feet down the vortex to an area where the water is piped under Route 83. The Elmhurst History Museum, and DuPage County Stormwater Management opened its Elmhurst Quarry Flood Control Facility Saturday, for public tours.
  A group of people look 80 feet down the vortex to an area where the water is piped under Route 83. The Elmhurst History Museum, and DuPage County Stormwater Management opened its Elmhurst Quarry Flood Control Facility Saturday, for public tours.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Water is air-rated as it cascades down before being reintroduced into Salt Creek. The Elmhurst History Museum, and DuPage County Stormwater Management opened its Elmhurst Quarry Flood Control Facility Saturday, for public tours.
  Water is air-rated as it cascades down before being reintroduced into Salt Creek. The Elmhurst History Museum, and DuPage County Stormwater Management opened its Elmhurst Quarry Flood Control Facility Saturday, for public tours.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Senior Project Engineer explains some of the inner workings to one of the tour groups. The Elmhurst History Museum, and DuPage County Stormwater Management opened its Elmhurst Quarry Flood Control Facility Saturday, for public tours.
  Senior Project Engineer explains some of the inner workings to one of the tour groups. The Elmhurst History Museum, and DuPage County Stormwater Management opened its Elmhurst Quarry Flood Control Facility Saturday, for public tours.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
In 2008 the water rose to just 10 feet below this observation deck. The Elmhurst History Museum, and DuPage County Stormwater Management opened its Elmhurst Quarry Flood Control Facility Saturday, for public tours.
  In 2008 the water rose to just 10 feet below this observation deck. The Elmhurst History Museum, and DuPage County Stormwater Management opened its Elmhurst Quarry Flood Control Facility Saturday, for public tours.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Chris Fidone of Elmhurst gets a quick cellphone photo during the tour. The Elmhurst History Museum, and DuPage County Stormwater Management opened its Elmhurst Quarry Flood Control Facility Saturday, for public tours.
  Chris Fidone of Elmhurst gets a quick cellphone photo during the tour. The Elmhurst History Museum, and DuPage County Stormwater Management opened its Elmhurst Quarry Flood Control Facility Saturday, for public tours.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Water emerges from an underground tunnel that flows under Route 83 and the Elmhurst History Museum, and DuPage County Stormwater Management opened its Elmhurst Quarry Flood Control Facility Saturday, for public tours.
  Water emerges from an underground tunnel that flows under Route 83 and the Elmhurst History Museum, and DuPage County Stormwater Management opened its Elmhurst Quarry Flood Control Facility Saturday, for public tours.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
The Ela 55 Plus 2nd Annual Trunk Sale was out in force with shoppers looking for that special item. Participants sell items from their cars and trunks to help raise money for Team Ela Walking the Journey to End Alzheimer's.
  The Ela 55 Plus 2nd Annual Trunk Sale was out in force with shoppers looking for that special item. Participants sell items from their cars and trunks to help raise money for Team Ela Walking the Journey to End Alzheimer's.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
The Ela 55 Plus 2nd Annual Trunk Sale was out in force with shoppers looking for that special item. Participants sell items from their cars and trunks to help raise money for Team Ela Walking the Journey to End Alzheimer's.
  The Ela 55 Plus 2nd Annual Trunk Sale was out in force with shoppers looking for that special item. Participants sell items from their cars and trunks to help raise money for Team Ela Walking the Journey to End Alzheimer's.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
With little help from her mother, Tatum Jones, 3, decorates her pumpkin at the first day of Blackberry Farm's Pumpkin Weekend Saturday in Aurora. Her parents are Greg and Kim Jones of Lemont.
  With little help from her mother, Tatum Jones, 3, decorates her pumpkin at the first day of Blackberry Farm's Pumpkin Weekend Saturday in Aurora. Her parents are Greg and Kim Jones of Lemont.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
The pumpkins were easy picks at the first day of Blackberry Farm's Pumpkin Weekend Saturday in Aurora.
  The pumpkins were easy picks at the first day of Blackberry Farm's Pumpkin Weekend Saturday in Aurora.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Martin Porras Jr. of Elgin lowers himself to the ground during the Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley hosts a rappelling fundraiser, High Hopes for Habitat, at the 21-story office building at 425 N. Martingale Rd. in Schaumburg Saturday.
  Martin Porras Jr. of Elgin lowers himself to the ground during the Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley hosts a rappelling fundraiser, High Hopes for Habitat, at the 21-story office building at 425 N. Martingale Rd. in Schaumburg Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
A participant is dwarfed by the glass building while descending from during the Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley hosts a rappelling fundraiser, High Hopes for Habitat, at the 21-story office building at 425 N. Martingale Rd. in Schaumburg Saturday.
  A participant is dwarfed by the glass building while descending from during the Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley hosts a rappelling fundraiser, High Hopes for Habitat, at the 21-story office building at 425 N. Martingale Rd. in Schaumburg Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
With a neighboring structure reflected in the glass, Stephanie Halap of Schaumburg defends the side of the building she works in during the Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley hosts a rappelling fundraiser, High Hopes for Habitat, at the 21-story office building at 425 N. Martingale Rd. in Schaumburg Saturday. She is employed by Fieldwork on the 20th floor.
  With a neighboring structure reflected in the glass, Stephanie Halap of Schaumburg defends the side of the building she works in during the Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley hosts a rappelling fundraiser, High Hopes for Habitat, at the 21-story office building at 425 N. Martingale Rd. in Schaumburg Saturday. She is employed by Fieldwork on the 20th floor.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Friends Laurie Thomas, left, of Bartlett and Stephanie Halap of Schaumburg descend the side of the building they work in during the Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley hosts a rappelling fundraiser, High Hopes for Habitat, at the 21-story office building at 425 N. Martingale Rd. in Schaumburg Saturday.
  Friends Laurie Thomas, left, of Bartlett and Stephanie Halap of Schaumburg descend the side of the building they work in during the Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley hosts a rappelling fundraiser, High Hopes for Habitat, at the 21-story office building at 425 N. Martingale Rd. in Schaumburg Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Colin Finn, 6 of Palatine check out a scarecrow along the Morton Arboretum in Lisle designed and built by area Scout troops. on October 1, 2017.
  Colin Finn, 6 of Palatine check out a scarecrow along the Morton Arboretum in Lisle designed and built by area Scout troops. on October 1, 2017.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Sophia Pankow, 9 and her mom Lainie Novak of India Park check out a scarecrow by Troop 50994 from Elizabeth Ide Elementary School in Darien along the Scarecrow Trail at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle designed and built by area Scout troops. on October 1, 2017.
  Sophia Pankow, 9 and her mom Lainie Novak of India Park check out a scarecrow by Troop 50994 from Elizabeth Ide Elementary School in Darien along the Scarecrow Trail at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle designed and built by area Scout troops. on October 1, 2017.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
The Jindra family of Westmont check out a butterflied themed scarecrow along the Scarecrow Trail at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle designed and built by area Scout troops. on October 1, 2017.
  The Jindra family of Westmont check out a butterflied themed scarecrow along the Scarecrow Trail at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle designed and built by area Scout troops. on October 1, 2017.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
One eyed eastern screech owl "Zephyr" is a resident at the Fox Valley Wildlife Center and was on display during the open house in Elburn on October 1, 2017.
  One eyed eastern screech owl "Zephyr" is a resident at the Fox Valley Wildlife Center and was on display during the open house in Elburn on October 1, 2017.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Meghan Prohaska and her son Rowan, 2 of Elburn pet Cougar of the Mounted Ranger Kane County Forest Preserve during the Fox Valley Wildlife Center open house in Elburn on October 1, 2017.
  Meghan Prohaska and her son Rowan, 2 of Elburn pet Cougar of the Mounted Ranger Kane County Forest Preserve during the Fox Valley Wildlife Center open house in Elburn on October 1, 2017.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Brooke Wormsley, 8 of Carpentersville paints a pumpkin during the Fox Valley Wildlife Center open house in Elburn on October 1, 2017.
  Brooke Wormsley, 8 of Carpentersville paints a pumpkin during the Fox Valley Wildlife Center open house in Elburn on October 1, 2017.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Families walk to the Renew through Sharing Memorial Garden during the 2017 Walk to Remember at Northwest Community Healthcare in Arlington Heights on Sunday. The memorial was to honor and remember babies lost through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth and newborn death.
  Families walk to the Renew through Sharing Memorial Garden during the 2017 Walk to Remember at Northwest Community Healthcare in Arlington Heights on Sunday. The memorial was to honor and remember babies lost through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth and newborn death.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Paisley Voigts, 5, of Mundelein catches a bubble in the Renew through Sharing Memorial Garden during the 2017 Walk to Remember at Northwest Community Healthcare in Arlington Heights on Sunday. The memorial was to honor and remember babies lost through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth and newborn death.
  Paisley Voigts, 5, of Mundelein catches a bubble in the Renew through Sharing Memorial Garden during the 2017 Walk to Remember at Northwest Community Healthcare in Arlington Heights on Sunday. The memorial was to honor and remember babies lost through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth and newborn death.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
David and Emily Wetherholt blow bubbles with 17-month-old Orion in the Renew through Sharing Memorial Garden during the 2017 Walk to Remember at Northwest Community Healthcare in Arlington Heights on Sunday. The memorial was to honor and remember babies lost through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth and newborn death.
  David and Emily Wetherholt blow bubbles with 17-month-old Orion in the Renew through Sharing Memorial Garden during the 2017 Walk to Remember at Northwest Community Healthcare in Arlington Heights on Sunday. The memorial was to honor and remember babies lost through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth and newborn death.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Three-year-old Landon Fick of Ingleside walks by a skeleton in a power mower during the Fall Festival at Grant Township on Sunday. The event featured big construction vehicles, pumpkin carving contest, pie eating contest, crafts fair and games for the kids.
  Three-year-old Landon Fick of Ingleside walks by a skeleton in a power mower during the Fall Festival at Grant Township on Sunday. The event featured big construction vehicles, pumpkin carving contest, pie eating contest, crafts fair and games for the kids.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Eloise Hill, 9, of Fox Lake and her brother, Parker, 8, carve a pumpkin for the pumpkin carving contest during the Fall Festival at Grant Township on Sunday. The event featured big construction vehicles, pumpkin carving contest, pie eating contest, crafts fair and games for the kids.
  Eloise Hill, 9, of Fox Lake and her brother, Parker, 8, carve a pumpkin for the pumpkin carving contest during the Fall Festival at Grant Township on Sunday. The event featured big construction vehicles, pumpkin carving contest, pie eating contest, crafts fair and games for the kids.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Nathan Rebel, 3, of Volo puts his face in a Frankenstein head during the Fall Festival at Grant Township on Sunday. The event featured big construction vehicles, pumpkin carving contest, pie eating contest, crafts fair and games for the kids.
  Nathan Rebel, 3, of Volo puts his face in a Frankenstein head during the Fall Festival at Grant Township on Sunday. The event featured big construction vehicles, pumpkin carving contest, pie eating contest, crafts fair and games for the kids.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
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