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Play this perennial favorite of south suburban Chicago and northwest Longwood has been restored to excellent course conditions. Longwood is a spectacular property featuring rolling topography, beautifully contoured greens and hundreds of gorgeous mature trees. Golfers of all abilities can play and enjoy this fun, challenging and lovely 18-hole facility. Amenities include driving range, short-game practice area and a clubhouse serving snacks and all manner of cold beverages.
Located in the Chicago suburb of Hillside, Illinois, Fresh Meadow is an affordable 18-hole daily fee facility located approximately 20 minutes from downtown Chicago. We are convenient to almost every major freeway artery, and boast one of the best locations in the Western Suburbs. Fresh Meadow is known for offering a fun round of golf, greens that always roll true, great rates & specials, and a friendly staff. No matter what your skill level, Fresh Meadow Golf Club has a good time awaiting golfers of every skill level.
Since 1926, Chicago area golfers have sought out St. Andrews for its two championship courses, the top-ranked practice center, and award winning banquet and clubhouse services. With its vast rolling terrain, mature trees, and historic setting, St. Andrews offers quality facilities not only for discerning golfers but for golf outings, weddings, and banquet events of any size.
Chick Evans is a short 5,691 yards, yet satisfying, 18-hole course located in the northern suburbs. The course is named after Chick Evans who in addition to being the first amateur golfer to win both the U.S. Open and the U.S. Amateur Open, founded the Chick Evans Scholarship program for caddies. The Chicago River cuts right through the center of the course offering beautiful scenery and a formidable obstacle for golfers who play here.
Indoor Market is held the last Saturday of January, February, March and April. Purchase hydroponics, micro greens, olive oils, baked goods, body products and more! 9AM-1PM.
Joe Louis "The Champ" named after Prize fighter Joe Louis, is a tournament favorite because of its championship layout. A challenging course to begin with, the signature 614 yard, par five 7th hole (the second longest par five in the Chicagoland area) as well as "The Champ’s” large undulating greens raise the stakes. Joe Louis has three sets of tees, 52 sand traps and occasional water. Routed deep in Chicago’s history, you’ll find "The Champ” to be a formidable foe just as the former Heavyweight Champion of the World himself did during the many rounds he played here.
Old Orchard Country Club opened in 1928 and is a true hidden gem located just outside of downtown Chicago and close to O'hare Airport. We offer a country club experience to the general public with our personal service, fast greens and excellent golf course conditions that rival private clubs. One of the best public clubs in the Chicagoland area and the Northwest suburbs.
Independent high quality craft brewer. We use only the finest pure natural ingredients. Food trucks are frequently on premise and local restaurant delivery is available.
HITS Balmoral Park is the premier Midwestern equestrian show jumping facility. With 12 competition rings and a schedule that lasts from May – September, HITS Balmoral Park is the place to be to see magnificent creatures put to the test. The equestrian fun doesn’t just stop at show jumping. HITS, Inc. will also bring Show Hunting to the Chicago Southland. Show hunters, ideally, show many qualities that were rewarded in the fox hunting field such as manners, fluid movement and correct jumping style.
Connolly's is a fun, family-owned Irish Pub that seeks to embrace the classic traditions and cultural elements found in Irish pubs both in America and the Emerald Isle. With a menu that brings Irish food to the new millennium - a careful blend of feeling good and eating well - and an atmosphere that feels like an extension of the proprietor's living room, Connolly's is a vibrant eatery in the heart of Oak Park.
Originally founded in 1891 as a private club for forward-thinking women, the Nineteenth Century Club continues the tradition of social and cultural advancement to this day. One of Oak Park's premiere venues for educational, cultural, and philanthropic events, it boasts an elegant and expansive parlor suited well for weddings and a ballroom that draws an impressive lineup of musical performances.
Built in 1916 in the Georgian revival style, Bishops Hall once housed bishops for several decades. Now, located among the highest concentration of Frank Lloyd Wright homes including his very own home & studio, its lush gardens and terrace offer the rare opportunity to stay in one of Oak Park's most historic architectural treasures.
As stylish and romantic as the European jazz clubs it aims to emulate, the Little Gem Café offers an elegant setting and delectable items using locally sourced ingredients. Featuring weekly live music, happy hour specials, and the recent unveiling of a new weekend brunch menu, the Little Gem will bewitch you with its warm atmosphere and uniquely flavorful dishes. Planning a private party? The event team will work with any budget and size to create your perfect event, from anniversaries to corporate meetings.
An authentic barbeque eatery, Q-BBQ draws influences from a variety of regional spots from the meat markets of Texas to the hole-in-the-walls in Tennessee. In everything from slow-cooked meats - prepared for up to 22 hours - to homemade sauces, Q-BBQ strives to bring a unique brand of culinary flare to America's original comfort food. Perched along downtown Oak Park's quaint Marion street, an outdoor patio is open in warmer months and allows you to savor the flavors while taking in the charming local sights.
Features Shattered the 3D nightmare, ranked Top 13 3D Haunt in the World by Haunted Attraction Magazine. Terrifying...not for the faint of heart. Enter at your own risk. Open year-round. Recommended for ages 13 and older.
The City of Aurora recognizes the dedication of local military service men and women that have served our country at the annual Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony on Friday, Nov. 11. The parade steps off at the corner of Benton and Broadway at 10:15 a.m. ending at the GAR Memorial Hall, where the "Honoring All Who Served" ceremony takes place. The ceremony includes a military rifle salute by veteran organizations at 11:00 a.m., the exact time the armistice was signed that ended WWI.
Summer is over, the leaves are brown. And evil lurks, throughout this haunted town. The water has been drained, the guards have gone away, and the scary ghosts have come out to play. If you’re up for a good scare, twisted and bloody, enter if you dare, escape if you’re lucky. (Ages 10+ NOT suitable for kids 10 and under) Gate opens at 7pm.