Family fun emphasized at this year's Oak Brook Autumn Fest

  • Isla Baker, 7, of Downers Grove gets her hands on to one of the ducks at the petting zoo as she enjoys the Oak Brook Park District sixth annual Autumn Fest on Saturday. Kids of all ages enjoyed live music, food, balloons and a party-like atmosphere under a perfect beautiful blue sky.

    Isla Baker, 7, of Downers Grove gets her hands on to one of the ducks at the petting zoo as she enjoys the Oak Brook Park District sixth annual Autumn Fest on Saturday. Kids of all ages enjoyed live music, food, balloons and a party-like atmosphere under a perfect beautiful blue sky. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Cullum Keough, 15, of Westchester dons a plastic bumper toy device and bounces around as he enjoys the Oak Brook Park District sixth annual Autumn Fest on Saturday. Kids of all ages enjoyed live music, food, balloons and a party-like atmosphere under a perfect beautiful blue sky.

    Cullum Keough, 15, of Westchester dons a plastic bumper toy device and bounces around as he enjoys the Oak Brook Park District sixth annual Autumn Fest on Saturday. Kids of all ages enjoyed live music, food, balloons and a party-like atmosphere under a perfect beautiful blue sky. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

 
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Updated 9/22/2018 5:06 PM

The Oak Brook Park District celebrated Autumn Fest, formerly known as Oktoberfest, on Saturday in Central Park.

Free activities included The Magic of Tony Venetico, the children's bounce house, pony rides, petting zoo, crafts table and the bubble obstacle course. There was also a Wagon N' Wine Tour and live music from several bands.

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