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With Halloween right around the corner, Bump Club and Beyond founder Lindsay Pinchuk joined Good Day to share her favorite ways to celebrate Halloween in the Chicago area.

Friday, Oct. 26 from 4-6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 27 and Sunday, Oct. 28, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.: Easel Art Studio Pumpkin Carving Party

Easel provides everything: pumpkins, crafts, lunch or dinner, treats and FUN! You bring your creative juices. $40.

Saturday, Oct. 27 and Sunday, Oct. 28: Boo at the Brookfield Zoo

Regular admission also includes a professional pumpkin carver, corn maze, hayrides, and a costume parade at 1 p.m. each day around the zoo.

Saturday, Oct. 27: Pinkberry

Kids 10 and under can stop by Pinkberry and color a picture of their fro-yo creation in exchange for a free mini of their choice. Supplies and outlined Pinkberry cups on paper will be provided.

Wednesday, Oct. 31, 3:30-5 p.m.: Halloween Costume Bash at Lincoln Park Dairy Queen

Free Junior cone to those who come in costume and mention "GAME ON!" for hosts of this event, Game On! Sports Camp 4 Girls.

Through Wednesday, Oct. 31: Pumpkinfest at Didier Farms

This fall festival in Lincolnshire guarantees family fun for everyone.

There is an Admission Fee Wristband (every person must pay to enter) of $13 to go on the Hayride, corn maze, straw maze, pony rides, sunshine crafts, moon bounce, all mechanical rides, and new exotic petting zoo.

Sunday, Oct. 27: Bump Club's Little Monster Mash Halloween Bash at Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

This event may be sold out, but you can still get in on the action online. Visit Bump Club Chicago's Facebook page to participate in our Little Monster Mash Online Costume Contest. THey are giving away $1,000+ in prizes!

 

Make sure to come to these events dressed up in costumes! Don't wait until the last minute, here are some of Bump Club Chicago's favorites at reasonable prices from Old Navy, Party City and The Children's Place.

OLD NAVY: Baby in Banana peel, Dragon, Hamburger (all costumes under $20)

Children's Place: Pea in the Pod (baby) and Watermelon

Party City: Foofa and Brobee from Yo Gabba Gabba and a Crayola Crayon

 

Source: Bump Club and Beyond Chicago

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