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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.

Josh Falco plays his saxophone in the rain while practicing on the football field with other Lake Park Marching Band members. The band is currently going into its last week of rehearsal in preparation for competition in the Bands of America Grand National Championships at Lucas Oil Stadium next weekend in Indianapolis.
  Josh Falco plays his saxophone in the rain while practicing on the football field with other Lake Park Marching Band members. The band is currently going into its last week of rehearsal in preparation for competition in the Bands of America Grand National Championships at Lucas Oil Stadium next weekend in Indianapolis.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Haley Patel plays her clarinet the rain while practicing on the football field with other Lake Park Marching Band members. The band is currently going into its last week of rehearsal in preparation for competition in the Bands of America Grand National Championships at Lucas Oil Stadium next weekend in Indianapolis.
  Haley Patel plays her clarinet the rain while practicing on the football field with other Lake Park Marching Band members. The band is currently going into its last week of rehearsal in preparation for competition in the Bands of America Grand National Championships at Lucas Oil Stadium next weekend in Indianapolis.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Will Hagele, 6, shoves his personal Halloween pumpkin down the hill Saturday at the Great Pumpkin Roll at Butch Hagele Beach in Lake in the Hills Saturday. The beach is named after his grandfather. Will's dad Rich stands behind him.
  Will Hagele, 6, shoves his personal Halloween pumpkin down the hill Saturday at the Great Pumpkin Roll at Butch Hagele Beach in Lake in the Hills Saturday. The beach is named after his grandfather. Will's dad Rich stands behind him.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
The remains of Halloween pumpkins lay in the sand at the Great Pumpkin Roll at Butch Hagele Beach in Lake in the Hills Saturday.
  The remains of Halloween pumpkins lay in the sand at the Great Pumpkin Roll at Butch Hagele Beach in Lake in the Hills Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Pumpkins are rolled down the steep hill at Butch Hagele Beach in Lake in the Hills Saturday.
  Pumpkins are rolled down the steep hill at Butch Hagele Beach in Lake in the Hills Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Braving the damp, rainy, cold weather, Shane, 27, and Andrea Ambler, 29, of Schaumburg sample little mugs of beer at the Palatine Jaycees Fall Back Brew Fest in Palatine on Saturday.
  Braving the damp, rainy, cold weather, Shane, 27, and Andrea Ambler, 29, of Schaumburg sample little mugs of beer at the Palatine Jaycees Fall Back Brew Fest in Palatine on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Braving the damp, cold weather Karen Schultz of Hoffman Estates along with Bonnie Phalen of Hoffman Estates, Andrea Speth of Rolling Meadows and Erika Lekas of Palatine sample the food and beer at the Palatine Jaycees Fall Back Brew Fest in Palatine on Saturday.
  Braving the damp, cold weather Karen Schultz of Hoffman Estates along with Bonnie Phalen of Hoffman Estates, Andrea Speth of Rolling Meadows and Erika Lekas of Palatine sample the food and beer at the Palatine Jaycees Fall Back Brew Fest in Palatine on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Braving the damp, cold weather hundreds of people sample the food and beer at the Palatine Jaycees Fall Back Brew Fest in Palatine on Saturday.
  Braving the damp, cold weather hundreds of people sample the food and beer at the Palatine Jaycees Fall Back Brew Fest in Palatine on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
William Dionne, 5, of Gurnee is greeted by a Star Wars stormtrooper outside the fourth annual Mini Comic Con at the Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire Saturday.
  William Dionne, 5, of Gurnee is greeted by a Star Wars stormtrooper outside the fourth annual Mini Comic Con at the Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Tiny monster boy Abhinav Aukula, 1, visits with Samantha Sanchez, dressed as Disney's Moana, during the fourth annual Mini Comic Con at the Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire Saturday.
  Tiny monster boy Abhinav Aukula, 1, visits with Samantha Sanchez, dressed as Disney's Moana, during the fourth annual Mini Comic Con at the Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Sofia Rodriguez, 3, of Palatine, dressed as Robin from "Batman" and her sister, Maya, 6, dressed Harley Quinn, enjoy the fourth annual Mini Comic Con at the Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire Saturday.
  Sofia Rodriguez, 3, of Palatine, dressed as Robin from "Batman" and her sister, Maya, 6, dressed Harley Quinn, enjoy the fourth annual Mini Comic Con at the Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Megan Murray of Waukegan plays Hera Syndulla from the Star Wars Rebels animated series during the fourth annual Mini Comic Con at the Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire Saturday.
  Megan Murray of Waukegan plays Hera Syndulla from the Star Wars Rebels animated series during the fourth annual Mini Comic Con at the Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Emma Doiron, 13, of Lincolnshire is dressed as Wonder Woman during the fourth annual Mini Comic Con at the Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire Saturday.
  Emma Doiron, 13, of Lincolnshire is dressed as Wonder Woman during the fourth annual Mini Comic Con at the Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Jessica Flor, a library program coordinator dressed as Frankie Stein from "Monster High," makes buttons for kids including Grant Torres, 8, of Vernon Hills during the fourth annual Mini Comic Con at the Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire Saturday.
  Jessica Flor, a library program coordinator dressed as Frankie Stein from "Monster High," makes buttons for kids including Grant Torres, 8, of Vernon Hills during the fourth annual Mini Comic Con at the Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Ron Raglin, speaks during a Brother2Brother panel discussion at Larkin High School, which focused on the navigation of black males through the education system. Raglin is assistant superintendent for educational support programs & alignment in the U-46 School District.
  Ron Raglin, speaks during a Brother2Brother panel discussion at Larkin High School, which focused on the navigation of black males through the education system. Raglin is assistant superintendent for educational support programs & alignment in the U-46 School District.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Ron Raglin, speaks during a Brother2Brother panel discussion at Larkin High School, which focused on the navigation of black males through the education system. Raglin is assistant superintendent for educational support programs & alignment in the U-46 School District.
  Ron Raglin, speaks during a Brother2Brother panel discussion at Larkin High School, which focused on the navigation of black males through the education system. Raglin is assistant superintendent for educational support programs & alignment in the U-46 School District.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
John Heiderscheidt, director of safety and culture, talks about student code of conduct, discipline and interventions during the Brother2Brother panel discussion at Larkin High School. The event focused on the navigation of black males through the education system.
  John Heiderscheidt, director of safety and culture, talks about student code of conduct, discipline and interventions during the Brother2Brother panel discussion at Larkin High School. The event focused on the navigation of black males through the education system.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Traci O'Neal Ellis, U-46 board member, provides insight on the navigation of black males through the education system during the Brother2Brother panel discussion at Larkin High School.
  Traci O'Neal Ellis, U-46 board member, provides insight on the navigation of black males through the education system during the Brother2Brother panel discussion at Larkin High School.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Composting specialist Vytas Pabedinskas of Grayslake, left, and Art Nelson of Lake Forest unload pumpkins from a car as they collected pumpkins for composting at the Mundelein Community Center on Sunday. The traditional pumpkin roll and pumpkin catapult were canceled due to weather.
  Composting specialist Vytas Pabedinskas of Grayslake, left, and Art Nelson of Lake Forest unload pumpkins from a car as they collected pumpkins for composting at the Mundelein Community Center on Sunday. The traditional pumpkin roll and pumpkin catapult were canceled due to weather.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Eight-year-old Michael Pacella of Mundelein is chased by the pumpkin that he started rolling down the sled hill at the Mundelein Community Center on Sunday. The traditional pumpkin roll and pumpkin catapult were canceled due to weather but kids took them up the sled hill on their own.
  Eight-year-old Michael Pacella of Mundelein is chased by the pumpkin that he started rolling down the sled hill at the Mundelein Community Center on Sunday. The traditional pumpkin roll and pumpkin catapult were canceled due to weather but kids took them up the sled hill on their own.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Washington Early Learning Center teacher Lauren Andrick of Vernon Hills throws a pumpkin in the collection bin at the Mundelein Community Center on Sunday. The traditional pumpkin roll and pumpkin catapult were canceled due to weather.
  Washington Early Learning Center teacher Lauren Andrick of Vernon Hills throws a pumpkin in the collection bin at the Mundelein Community Center on Sunday. The traditional pumpkin roll and pumpkin catapult were canceled due to weather.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Four-year-old Dominic Tristano of Woodridge stares at the goldfish during the Aquatic Experience at Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center on Sunday. The event featured a sea lion show, fish from around the world, aquarium display, and vendors selling anything related to raising fish.
  Four-year-old Dominic Tristano of Woodridge stares at the goldfish during the Aquatic Experience at Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center on Sunday. The event featured a sea lion show, fish from around the world, aquarium display, and vendors selling anything related to raising fish.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
A sea lion named Zoey balances a basketball during the Sea Lion Splash show at the Aquatic Experience at Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center on Sunday. The event featured a sea lion show, fish from around the world, aquarium display, and vendors selling anything related to raising fish.
  A sea lion named Zoey balances a basketball during the Sea Lion Splash show at the Aquatic Experience at Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center on Sunday. The event featured a sea lion show, fish from around the world, aquarium display, and vendors selling anything related to raising fish.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Kevin Koehler of West Chicago looks at a redheaded cichlid during the Aquatic Experience at Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center on Sunday. The event featured a sea lion show, fish from around the world, aquarium display, and vendors selling anything related to raising fish.
  Kevin Koehler of West Chicago looks at a redheaded cichlid during the Aquatic Experience at Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center on Sunday. The event featured a sea lion show, fish from around the world, aquarium display, and vendors selling anything related to raising fish.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Evan Laskowski, 8, left, and Keller Lisek, 7, both of Naperville check out the Herrick Lake Forest Preserve in Warrenville before taking a hike with Cub Scout Pack 66 Sunday.
  Evan Laskowski, 8, left, and Keller Lisek, 7, both of Naperville check out the Herrick Lake Forest Preserve in Warrenville before taking a hike with Cub Scout Pack 66 Sunday.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Johnny Olenek of St. Charles finishes the Ooh La La Chocolate 5K first Sunday morning in Geneva. Pastry chef Alain Roby of Geneva's All Chocolate Kitchen is raising awareness for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital with his third annual event.
  Johnny Olenek of St. Charles finishes the Ooh La La Chocolate 5K first Sunday morning in Geneva. Pastry chef Alain Roby of Geneva's All Chocolate Kitchen is raising awareness for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital with his third annual event.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
The Ooh La La Chocolate 5K starts off in front of the Kane County Courthouse Sunday on Third St., in Geneva.
  The Ooh La La Chocolate 5K starts off in front of the Kane County Courthouse Sunday on Third St., in Geneva.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

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