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.

Nicole Bebartoll, 34, of Wonder Lake plunged into the cold water at Breezewald Beach with drink in hand and her pink flamingo in Lake Zurich to support cancer survivors and her mom who has breast cancer. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Brian Dulian of Lake Zurich plunged into the cold water at Breezewald Beach to support cancer survivors and for the experience. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Tracy Fitzgerald, 42, of Schaumburg dressed as Wonder Woman was not feeling so wonderful after she plunged into the cold water at Breezewald Beach to support cancer survivors and for the experience. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Jim Gross of Lake Zurich dressed as a Mother Clucker plunged into the cold water at Breezewald Beach to support cancer survivors and for the experience. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Lake Zurich High School football team members braved the plunge into the cold water at Breezewald Beach to support cancer survivors and for the experience. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Lake Zurich High School track and field team members braved the plunge into the cold water at Breezewald Beach to support cancer survivors and for the experience. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Rolling Meadows High School Mackenzie Culver, 16, of Leading Ladies preforms as part of the Chicagoland Showcase show choir competition at Hersey High School on Saturday. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Wheaton Warrenville South team Esprit lead singer McKenzie Kibler, 18, belts out a song as part of the Chicagoland Showcase show choir competition at Hersey High School on Saturday. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Rolling Meadows lead singer Tayma Mansour, 18, of the Leading Ladies belts out a song as part of the Chicagoland Showcase show choir competition at Hersey High School on Saturday. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Mackenzie Strong, 16, (center) of Mundelein High School's Lights team preforms as part of the Chicagoland Showcase show choir competition at Hersey High School on Saturday. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
A man walks past a spinning lawn ornament Saturday at the Kane County Flea Market at the fairgrounds in St. Charles. John Starks | Staff Photographer
A couple carry a wind turbine Saturday at the Kane County Flea Market at the fairgrounds in St. Charles. John Starks | Staff Photographer
Lucy Mellema, a junior at West Aurora High School, plays her bassoon with the West high Wind Ensemble Saturday at the District 129 Fine Arts Festival at the school. John Starks | Staff Photographer
Visitors walk through the displays of artwork at the District 129 Fine Arts Festival at West Aurora High School Saturday. John Starks | Staff Photographer
Paula Van Singel of Long Grove tastes sap during Maple Sugaring time at Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago. The sap is 97 percent water and 3 percent sugar. Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Cullen Wagner, 5, of Elk Grove tastes sap during Maple Sugaring time at Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago. Forty gallons of sap is needed to produce one gallon of maple syrup. Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Mirabel Jurewicz, 7, of Ashland, Wi., practices drilling a hole for a stile used to tap maple tree sap at Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago. Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Bella Massengale, 7, of Bensenville points to a sheep while her brother Joshua, 5, reaches through the fence during Maple Sugaring time at Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago. Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Dennis Buck, heritage interpreter at Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago, explains to visitors how sap is collected and boiled to 219 degrees at which point it becomes syrup. Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Dennis Buck, heritage interpreter at Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago, explains to visitors how sap is collected and boiled to 219 degrees, at which point it becomes syrup. Forty gallons of sap are boiled to produce one gallon of maple syrup. Daniel White | Staff Photographer
It's Maple Sugaring time at Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago where visitors learn how sap was collected in the 1890s. Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Farmer John Cumpek volunteers at Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago where visitors like Ava Mass, 6, of Wheaton learn how sap was collected in the 1890s. The sap is boiled to get thick and sticky and then becomes syrup. Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Twins Eloise, left, and Marin Hamm, 5, of Palatine play with butterflies backstage before walking on the runway during the WINGS 11th annual Resale Fashion Show. Proceeds from the show benefits shelters and services to help victims of domestic violence. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
WGN-TV personality Merri Dee recounts her abusive relationship during the WINGS 11th annual Resale Fashion Show. Proceeds from the show benefits shelters and services to help victims of domestic violence. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Jessica Bertoglio of South Barrington takes her daughters, Charlotte, 9, left, and Elaina, 5, to look at the silent auction during the WINGS 11th annual Resale Fashion Show. Proceeds from the show benefits shelters and services to help victims of domestic violence. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Kane County Forest Preserve volunteer Suzi Myers of St. Charles educates visitors on how to tap a maple tree during the annual Maple Sugaring Days at LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve in St. Charles on Sunday, March 4, 2018. Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Drew Hester and his son Mac, 4 1/2 work a bow drill in an attempt to start a fire as Native Americans once did, during the annual Maple Sugaring Days at LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve in St. Charles on Sunday, March 4, 2018. Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Annabelle Glover, 12 of Wheaton tries her had at drilling a hole for a maple tree spile during the annual Maple Sugaring Days at LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve in St. Charles on Sunday, March 4, 2018. Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Makar Maksymiv, 4, of Hoffman Estates Whacks-A-Villian at the Enchanted Castle booth during the 13th annual Chicagoland Kids Expo 2018 at the Schaumburg Convention Center on Sunday. Family Time Magazine sponsored the event that featured Disney characters, parrots and pigs, Mad Science and Rock N' Kids. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Ashlyn Rudolph, 3, of Orland Park pets Bubba, a Julianna pig, from Swift Nature Camp during the 13th annual Chicagoland Kids Expo 2018 at the Schaumburg Convention Center on Sunday. Family Time Magazine sponsored the event that featured Disney characters, parrots and pigs, Mad Science and Rock N' Kids. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Two-year-old Allen Kaneko of Schaumburg poses with members of the 501st Legion and Rebel Legion during the 13th annual Chicagoland Kids Expo 2018 at the Schaumburg Convention Center on Sunday. Family Time Magazine sponsored the event that featured Disney characters, parrots and pigs, Mad Science and Rock N' Kids. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Sedgebrook residents Sara Cooper, left, and Herb Quist cheer for contestants during the inaugural Sedgebrook Iron Chef Invitational At Sedgebrook retirement community in Lincolnshire on Sunday. The competition pitted chefs from Fleming's. Eddie Merlot's and Sedgebrook against each other. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Eddie Merlot's executive chef Aric Spoiczka, right, and sous chef Rosario Fernandez prepare lobster and shrimp during the inaugural Sedgebrook Iron Chef Invitational At Sedgebrook retirement community in Lincolnshire on Sunday. The competition pitted chefs from Fleming's. Eddie Merlot's and Sedgebrook against each other. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Sedgebrook's executive chef Kira Eggert prepares a dish during the inaugural Sedgebrook Iron Chef Invitational At Sedgebrook retirement community in Lincolnshire on Sunday. The competition pitted chefs from Fleming's. Eddie Merlot's and Sedgebrook against each other. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer