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Boo! at the Zoo

Little ghosts and goblins of all ages are sure to have a howlin’ good time! Our not-so-scary and fun-filled event has something for the entire family to enjoy.

IKEA Schaumburg Halloween Drive Thru Expeience

On Oct. 28 IKEA Schaumburg will be hosting a Trick or Treat drive thru experience as a safe and fun alternative for families to participate in. Parents, kids and pets are invited to join us from 5:30-7:30 PM to Enjoy family friendly decorations and take home treats, all from the comfort of your vehicle. Treats and giveaways will be dropped directly in your Trick or Treat bags along with many other safety precautions to ensure a safe environment for all participants. There is no cost to attend however we will be accepting donations of dry goods to donate to our local food pantry as part of this event. We are proud to announce the following community partners who will be a part of making this fun activity: Bricks 4 Kids Laugh Out Loud Schaumburg Purple Me Green The Science Store Trader Joes

Schaumburg Farmers Market

The Governor’s Executive Order has designated farmers markets as an essential business, so Schaumburg's market operations will shift from an event where the community is encouraged to gather to visit with neighbors, family and friends, to an “In and Out” market. The “In and Out” market concept addresses concerns related to the COVID-19 virus such as: social distancing, crowd management, and product safety. You’ll still find all the locally grown fruits and vegetables, seafood, meats, flowers, plants and gourmet cheeses sold by the farmers who produce them. And, the market will continue to feature decadent baked goods, olives, preserves, hot sauces, coffee, tea and knife sharpening services. - Be a hero, wear face coverings at all times. - There will be one entrance and one exit. Sanitize upon entering/exiting market. - No bikes or pets permitted. - 7am-7:30am will be exclusively for shoppers over 65. - See website for additional protocols.