Images: Halloween events in the suburbs over the weekend

 
 
Updated 10/29/2018 6:39 AM
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See moments from weekend Halloween-themed events in the suburbs of Chicago.

Arias, Alonso-Cox, 4, of Round Lake Park makes her way through downtown Grayslake during a Business Trick-or-Treat Saturday.
  Arias, Alonso-Cox, 4, of Round Lake Park makes her way through downtown Grayslake during a Business Trick-or-Treat Saturday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Eight-year-old Zeke Wahner of Round Lake takes some candy during a Business Trick-or-Treat Saturday in downtown Grayslake.
  Eight-year-old Zeke Wahner of Round Lake takes some candy during a Business Trick-or-Treat Saturday in downtown Grayslake.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Kids get candy during a Trick-or-Treat Saturday in downtown Grayslake.
  Kids get candy during a Trick-or-Treat Saturday in downtown Grayslake.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Logan Waddell, 7, of Antioch hula hoops in her Halloween costume in downtown Grayslake Saturday.
  Logan Waddell, 7, of Antioch hula hoops in her Halloween costume in downtown Grayslake Saturday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Kids invaded downtown Grayslake on Saturday.
  Kids invaded downtown Grayslake on Saturday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Alexia Zeck, 6 and her grandfather Tom Papagiannis, both of Grayslake participate in festivities in downtown Grayslake Saturday.
  Alexia Zeck, 6 and her grandfather Tom Papagiannis, both of Grayslake participate in festivities in downtown Grayslake Saturday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Ezra Gilbert, 4, wanted to be a shark for Halloween, so his dad Kevin borrowed a friend's costume for himself and joined his son at BatFest, Batavia's annual Halloween-themed event on the Riverwalk and Peg Bond Pavilion Saturday. They are from Batavia.
  Ezra Gilbert, 4, wanted to be a shark for Halloween, so his dad Kevin borrowed a friend's costume for himself and joined his son at BatFest, Batavia's annual Halloween-themed event on the Riverwalk and Peg Bond Pavilion Saturday. They are from Batavia.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
A cow looks up at a horse at BatFest. In the background is Waldo.
  A cow looks up at a horse at BatFest. In the background is Waldo.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
The downtown sidewalks were filled with families during BatFest.
  The downtown sidewalks were filled with families during BatFest.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
The Halloween Happening was held on the Riverwalk in Naperville Sunday afternoon. Caden Atwell, 8, of Mokena is Willy Wonka, while his cousins Kyla Monahan, 7, of New Lenox is Violet Beauregarde and Liam Monahan, 5, of New Lenox serves as an Oompa Loompa. The characters, of course, are from the film "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory."
  The Halloween Happening was held on the Riverwalk in Naperville Sunday afternoon. Caden Atwell, 8, of Mokena is Willy Wonka, while his cousins Kyla Monahan, 7, of New Lenox is Violet Beauregarde and Liam Monahan, 5, of New Lenox serves as an Oompa Loompa. The characters, of course, are from the film "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory."
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
The Halloween Happening was held on the Riverwalk in Naperville Sunday afternoon. Musician and artist Super Stolie entertains with children's songs.
  The Halloween Happening was held on the Riverwalk in Naperville Sunday afternoon. Musician and artist Super Stolie entertains with children's songs.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
The Halloween Happening was held on the Riverwalk in Naperville Sunday afternoon. Joseph Wingle, 2, of Plainfield is ready for heavy excavation work in his tractor outfit.
  The Halloween Happening was held on the Riverwalk in Naperville Sunday afternoon. Joseph Wingle, 2, of Plainfield is ready for heavy excavation work in his tractor outfit.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
The Halloween Happening was held on the Riverwalk in Naperville Sunday afternoon. Ron, left, and Laura, far right, Filarski of Chicago strike a superhero pose with their children and others. The Filarski family as well as Aimee Lanzafame, second from right, were in Naperville visiting family as well as the holiday-themed event.
  The Halloween Happening was held on the Riverwalk in Naperville Sunday afternoon. Ron, left, and Laura, far right, Filarski of Chicago strike a superhero pose with their children and others. The Filarski family as well as Aimee Lanzafame, second from right, were in Naperville visiting family as well as the holiday-themed event.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
The Halloween Happening was held on the Riverwalk in Naperville Sunday afternoon.
  The Halloween Happening was held on the Riverwalk in Naperville Sunday afternoon.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
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