Fall Fest returns to the Lisle Library District Sept. 22

The Lisle Library District, 777 Front St., welcomes autumn with the second annual Fall Fest from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 22.

Attendees can enjoy churros from Lola's Handcrafted Churros before petting goats and other farm animals at the adorable petting zoo.

Creative librarians will provide autumnal crafts and children of all ages can explore the inflatable obstacle course.

Curated fall-related materials will be available for checkout, where guests can also register or renew their library cards.

September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month and the library has treats for new and current card holders.

Fall Fest attendees can enter a drawing to win a family pass for the DuPage Children's Museum, two tickets to Highway Patrol at the Goodman Theatre or two tickets to a Marriott Theatre. The library will be collecting entrants for the drawing throughout September.

"The LLD is excited to usher in autumn with Fall Fest 2023. Come visit the newly renovated library and enjoy what staff have created for you, your family and friends. There's really no better way to kick-off the season than with a cozy book, hot beverage and connecting with the community - and let's not forget the baby goats," said Tatiana Weinstein, library director.

The Lisle Library District offers fall programs throughout the month, including a Take and Make Craft for teens and adults to make their own Framed Candy Corn Button Art the week of Sept. 25.

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