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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.

People gather near a wagon to fill it with freshly picked feed corn Saturday at the Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago.
  People gather near a wagon to fill it with freshly picked feed corn Saturday at the Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Nathan Skoric, 7, of Bartlett carries an armload of feed corn he just picked Saturday at the Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago.
  Nathan Skoric, 7, of Bartlett carries an armload of feed corn he just picked Saturday at the Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
4-year-old Eliana Collins of Barrington shows off her pumpkin she just painted to her dad Mike Collins, as fall enthusiasts flocked Saturday to Barrington's 17th annual Scarecrow Festival.
  4-year-old Eliana Collins of Barrington shows off her pumpkin she just painted to her dad Mike Collins, as fall enthusiasts flocked Saturday to Barrington's 17th annual Scarecrow Festival.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Rocio Vergin and her daughter Sienna of Hawthorn Woods stuff a scarecrow, as fall enthusiasts flocked Saturday to Barrington's 17th annual Scarecrow Festival.
  Rocio Vergin and her daughter Sienna of Hawthorn Woods stuff a scarecrow, as fall enthusiasts flocked Saturday to Barrington's 17th annual Scarecrow Festival.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Kiri Kolasinski of Barrington grabs a pumpkin to paint, as fall enthusiasts flocked Saturday to Barrington's 17th annual Scarecrow Festival.
  Kiri Kolasinski of Barrington grabs a pumpkin to paint, as fall enthusiasts flocked Saturday to Barrington's 17th annual Scarecrow Festival.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
3-year-old Rena Anastasiou paints her pumpkin with a matching color to her dress, as fall enthusiasts flocked Saturday to Barrington's 17th annual Scarecrow Festival.
  3-year-old Rena Anastasiou paints her pumpkin with a matching color to her dress, as fall enthusiasts flocked Saturday to Barrington's 17th annual Scarecrow Festival.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
4-year-old Saphira Does of Elgin tries the pumpkin toss with the help of Terri Blanke of the Barrington Community Child Care Center, as fall enthusiasts flocked Saturday to Barrington's 17th annual Scarecrow Festival.
  4-year-old Saphira Does of Elgin tries the pumpkin toss with the help of Terri Blanke of the Barrington Community Child Care Center, as fall enthusiasts flocked Saturday to Barrington's 17th annual Scarecrow Festival.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Protesters stand in the rain during a rally by the Educational Support Personnel Association on Sunday in a Palatine parking lot along Northwest Highway. After the rally, more than 500 protesters marched to the District 15 administrative office where negotiations were continuing.
  Protesters stand in the rain during a rally by the Educational Support Personnel Association on Sunday in a Palatine parking lot along Northwest Highway. After the rally, more than 500 protesters marched to the District 15 administrative office where negotiations were continuing.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
In the front, Catalina Aragon, left, Yolanda Gilchrist and Inez Ramirez chant during a protest rally by the Educational Support Personnel Association on Sunday in a Palatine parking lot along Northwest Highway. After the rally, more than 500 protesters marched to the District 15 administrative office where negotiations were continuing.
  In the front, Catalina Aragon, left, Yolanda Gilchrist and Inez Ramirez chant during a protest rally by the Educational Support Personnel Association on Sunday in a Palatine parking lot along Northwest Highway. After the rally, more than 500 protesters marched to the District 15 administrative office where negotiations were continuing.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Union member Marla DeNatale talks about her hardships during a protest rally by the Educational Support Personnel Association on Sunday in a Palatine parking lot along Northwest Highway. After the rally, more than 500 protesters marched to the District 15 administrative office where negotiations were continuing.
  Union member Marla DeNatale talks about her hardships during a protest rally by the Educational Support Personnel Association on Sunday in a Palatine parking lot along Northwest Highway. After the rally, more than 500 protesters marched to the District 15 administrative office where negotiations were continuing.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Melvin Klassen of Genoa makes his way down Chicago Street Saturday, Oct. 21 2017 during Nightmare on Chicago Street in Elgin.
  Melvin Klassen of Genoa makes his way down Chicago Street Saturday, Oct. 21 2017 during Nightmare on Chicago Street in Elgin.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Colleen Pridemore and Mark Minter, both of Elgin stroll down Chicago Street in costume Saturday, Oct. 21 2017 during Nightmare on Chicago Street in Elgin.
  Colleen Pridemore and Mark Minter, both of Elgin stroll down Chicago Street in costume Saturday, Oct. 21 2017 during Nightmare on Chicago Street in Elgin.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
A zombie stumbles through the crowd Saturday, Oct. 21 2017 during Nightmare on Chicago Street in Elgin.
  A zombie stumbles through the crowd Saturday, Oct. 21 2017 during Nightmare on Chicago Street in Elgin.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Megan Kruse of Wonder Lake was picking out some vintage Halloween costumes for her family from Chris Ecker of South Elgin, who specializes in the rare and vintage costumes, at the 44th Antique Collectible Toy and Doll Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds in Geneva.
  Megan Kruse of Wonder Lake was picking out some vintage Halloween costumes for her family from Chris Ecker of South Elgin, who specializes in the rare and vintage costumes, at the 44th Antique Collectible Toy and Doll Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds in Geneva.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Mark Nieciecki of Schaumburg has been collecting Simpsons toy figures for fifteen years and has amassed dozens of them, mostly from his early trips to Toys R Us. The Halloween edition is one of his favorites at the 44th Antique Collectible Toy and Doll Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds in Geneva.
  Mark Nieciecki of Schaumburg has been collecting Simpsons toy figures for fifteen years and has amassed dozens of them, mostly from his early trips to Toys R Us. The Halloween edition is one of his favorites at the 44th Antique Collectible Toy and Doll Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds in Geneva.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
If Ninja Turtles were your thing, Ray Punzalan of Carol Stream had dozens of NY Comic Con Funko Exclusives available from Hotsauce Games in Westmont at the 44th Antique Collectible Toy and Doll Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds in Geneva.
  If Ninja Turtles were your thing, Ray Punzalan of Carol Stream had dozens of NY Comic Con Funko Exclusives available from Hotsauce Games in Westmont at the 44th Antique Collectible Toy and Doll Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds in Geneva.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Hundreds begin the start of the Healthy Driven Half Marathon in downtown Naperville.
  Hundreds begin the start of the Healthy Driven Half Marathon in downtown Naperville.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Nate Kennedy of Winfield is the first to cross the finish line during the Healthy Driven 5K in downtown Naperville.
  Nate Kennedy of Winfield is the first to cross the finish line during the Healthy Driven 5K in downtown Naperville.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
24-year-old Leighton Decher of Hillside finishes first in the Healthy Driven Half Marathon in downtown Naperville.
  24-year-old Leighton Decher of Hillside finishes first in the Healthy Driven Half Marathon in downtown Naperville.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Ben Bocher of Naperville finishes third in the Healthy Driven Half Marathon in downtown Naperville.
  Ben Bocher of Naperville finishes third in the Healthy Driven Half Marathon in downtown Naperville.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Six-year-old Abbi Jens reaches out to touch a fruit bat during the Mammals and More Program on Sunday at the Grayslake Area Public Library. Scott Heinrichs and Christine Gomoll of the Flying Fox Conservation Fund brought out a bat, armadillo, opossum, python, parrot and other animals for children to touch.
  Six-year-old Abbi Jens reaches out to touch a fruit bat during the Mammals and More Program on Sunday at the Grayslake Area Public Library. Scott Heinrichs and Christine Gomoll of the Flying Fox Conservation Fund brought out a bat, armadillo, opossum, python, parrot and other animals for children to touch.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
A bare-tailed woolly opossum climbs on the back of Scott Heinrichs during the Mammals and More Program on Sunday at the Grayslake Area Public Library. Scott Heinrichs and Christine Gomoll of the Flying Fox Conservation Fund brought out a bat, armadillo, opossum, python, parrot and other animals for children to touch.
  A bare-tailed woolly opossum climbs on the back of Scott Heinrichs during the Mammals and More Program on Sunday at the Grayslake Area Public Library. Scott Heinrichs and Christine Gomoll of the Flying Fox Conservation Fund brought out a bat, armadillo, opossum, python, parrot and other animals for children to touch.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Three-year-old Tyler Chwierut pets a python snake during the Mammals and More Program on Sunday at the Grayslake Area Public Library. Scott Heinrichs and Christine Gomoll of the Flying Fox Conservation Fund brought out a bat, armadillo, opossum, python, parrot and other animals for children to touch.
  Three-year-old Tyler Chwierut pets a python snake during the Mammals and More Program on Sunday at the Grayslake Area Public Library. Scott Heinrichs and Christine Gomoll of the Flying Fox Conservation Fund brought out a bat, armadillo, opossum, python, parrot and other animals for children to touch.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
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