Features a petting zoo, wagon and pony rides, crafts, face
painting, and live entertainment. Play old-fashioned games and
guess the weight of a giant pumpkin, paint a pumpkin or gourd and
help construct a scarecrow, explore hands-on exhibits, including an
activity maze, weather station and oversized farm animal
Learn about the zoo's cats, from big cats like African lions, Amur leopards, Amur tigers, and snow leopards to small ones, including fishing cats and domestic house cats. Plus, special Zoo Chats and cat-themed crafts and activities for cat lovers of all ages.Cost: Free with zoo admission
Join a keeper-led tour of the Children's Zoo, then head to the barn to help keepers with morning chores like feeding the cows, delivering hay to the goats or brushing the animals.When: 9:30-11 a.m. Sept. 29 or 30 (ages 4-6) and Oct. 6 or 7 (ages 7-10)
Everyone should know what do in case of a fire. Visit the Play it Safe exhibit for kid-friendly life-saving skills and information.When: 11:15 a.m. Saturday-Sunday
Join Todd, Matt, and D.M. from the White Dad Problems Comedy Podcast as they dispense horrible parenting advice and let you laugh at their misery. Tickets on sale now at whitedadproblemsnaperville.bpt.meWhen: 7-8:30 p.m.
An arts focused event where children are encouraged to craft and create a board that depicts what they love, what they are interested in, as well as hopes and dreams. Supervision and materials will be provided, including pre-cut images for children too young to use scissors. Meets at UrbaBaby, 1751 W. Division.When: 9-10 a.m.
Stories, craft projects and family fun that explores the Jewish holidays and provides a chance to meet new friends and spend meaningful time with your family. Preregistration is requested. http://www.juf.org/book_buddies.When: 10:30-11:30 a.m.
The new Railway Garden, a G-gauge model railway running through a 2.5 acre site, opens April 30. Visitors enter through a 1920s-era railway depot to see trains running through a garden of miniature plants, water features and a variety of landscapes. May 1 through October.When: 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
Visitors can walk inside the two-story silo and turn the crank of a silage machine, watching "corn plants" delivered to the top of the silo. Plus, learn about the history of silos and silage, build miniature silos with building blocks simulating wood, brick and metal and much more.Cost: Free with admission
See a toy so amazing, so unbelievable, it has the power to transform into anything you want it to be. Enter a world where imagination rules, and ordinary becomes extraordinary.Cost: Free with admission