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Grayslake's Summer Farmers Market
Over 40 vendors featuring home grown, homemade products. Michigan fruits, vegetables, baked goods, meats, flowers, shrubs, sweets, wine, cooking demonstrations, organic produce and much more will be available. There will also be a Fine Arts Market and a Munchkin Market. Held in downtown Grayslake.
Forest Park Sidewalk Sale
Big deals all along Madison Street! Bring friends and browse our stores and grab a bite to eat at one of our many restaurants!
Join us and see what fabulous offerings the boutiques and shops have for Holiday 2015! Bring a food donation for the Forest Park Food Pantry and receive a special savings!
Arlington Heights Downtown Business Association
Stroll through our 8-block Downtown Business Association and find a great array of shops, many of which have provided quality services to our community for decades. The Downtown Business Association is home to a pharmacy and grocery store, to jewelry stores and art galleries, to clothing stories and home décor boutiques. Transportation services are also available if you wish to take in other Chicagoland sites.
Harvest Lane Vintage
Scheduled sales once or twice a month featuring a fresh selection of vintage, industrial, farmhouse items for yourself and your home.
Little Popcorn Store
A cherished landmark in the heart of downtown Wheaton, The Little Popcorn Shop is perhaps one of the most loved and narrowest stores in the Chicagoland area measuring 49 inches wide by 60 feet long. The store’s small, quaint space is like walking into a Norman Rockwell painting. Popcorn is freshly popped, candy lines the wall, and locals greet each other warmly while welcoming newcomers to this very special place called The Little Popcorn Shop.
Village of Roselle
Roselle is a northwestern suburb of Chicago and is home to 22,763 people. Located approximately 25 miles from downtown Chicago, 25 minutes from O'Hare International Airport, and 10 minutes from two major shopping centers, Roselle provides the quality of life and sense of community usually found only in a small town, with the convenience of a larger metropolitan area.
Long Grove Historic Village
Nestled in historic homes and buildings that date back to the community's roots in the 1800's, Long Grove's over 80 shops specialize in unique gifts, boutiques, antiques, clothing, exceptional art and home décor, and distinctive menus. Visitors can stroll the cobblestone walks that wind through the historic downtown and enjoy seasonal lush gardens and scenic views. And they can make it a quick trip or a day's outing, shopping and indulging their tastes with a variety of food and bakery products, cafés and fine eating establishments. Fun festivals throughout the year including the famous Chocolate Fest, Apple Fest and a month of Holiday Festivities to name a few.