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        Upcoming Naperville Area Events – April 2024


        Between those April showers, get out and enjoy some of the awesome events going on around Naperville. We hope to see you around the neighborhood!


        Book Signing & Presentation: Liz Bockelman

        Wednesday, April 3 | Anderson’s Bookshop | 7p

        Join Anderson’s Bookshop for their April Local Author Showcase on Wednesday, April 3rd at the Naperville Store with author Liz Bockelman.

        To learn more and get tickets, click here.


        Brooks Breakfast Burrito Fun Run

        Saturday, April 6 | The Annex | 8:30a

        Celebrate National Burrito Day on Saturday, April 6th at 8:30am at the Brooks Pop-Up Shop! Run or walk two to three miles along the Downtown Naperville Riverwalk and finish up with breakfast burritos!

        For more info and to register, click here.


        Holi – The Festival of Colors

        Saturday, April 6 | Rotary Hill | 11a-4p

        Simply Vedic invites all members of the public, to celebrate the festival of color. “Holi – The Festival of colors” announces the passing of winter and arrival of spring. It welcomes the spring and celebrates the new energy of the season, festival that breathes joyful atmosphere of social merriment. People bury their hatchets with a warm embrace and throw their worries to the wind. Festival promotes friendship while offering an occasion to forgive and forget.

        Bags of organic, safe, dry colors are available for a small donation of $2.50 each. For safety and health reasons, colors from outside are strictly prohibited.

        For more info, visit thefestivalofcolors.org.


        Human Library

        Saturday, April 20 | 95th St. Library | 1-4p

        People with diverse life experiences will serve as human books who can be “checked out” for conversation during a Human Library® program hosted in partnership by the City of Naperville, Naperville Public Library and Naper Pride. During Human Library® events, people, rather than books, are on loan for conversations. Topics might include disability, ethnicity, gender and sex, health, ideology, lifestyle, mental health, occupation, religion and sexuality. Human books share stories of their lived experiences, while attendees are encouraged to ask questions.

        For more info, naperville-lib.org.


        Naperville Plays

        Saturday, April 20 | Naper Settlement | 10a-1:30p

        Calling all curious little gardeners! Join us for a delightful day of discovery at Naperville Plays! This hands-on event will immerse your little ones in the wonders of plants, growth, and the magic of nature. Naperville Plays is free to DuPage Children’s Museum members or Naper Settlement members with proof of membership. If you’re not a member, the pricing is $6/adult, $5/seniors (62+), $4/youth (4-12), and free for children under 4.

        For more info and to register, click here.


        Free Shredding Event

        Saturday, April 20 | Centennial Beach | 8-11a

        The Naperville Police Department, in partnership with the Naperville Park District is sponsoring a free shred event. Volunteers will unload your boxes from your vehicle. Shredding will take place on-site and will be available until the trucks are filled.

        For more info and specifics, visit napervilleparks.org.


        The Let’s Go Science Show

        Saturday, April 20 | Wentz Concert Hall | 10a & 1p | $10-15

        Since 1982, Todd Victor and Lizette Guy have been together entertaining families, first as jugglers and physical comedians performing throughout the world. They have now combined their theater skills with their love of science and teaching to create this fun-filled science show.

        For more info and tickets, visit northcentralcollege.edu/show.


        Naperville Women’s Half Marathon & 5k

        Sunday, April 21 | North Central College | 7a

        The Naperville Women’s Half Marathon starts at 7:00am and the 5K starts at 7:10am from North Central College in Naperville. Runners and walkers will travel through some of the most famous neighborhoods and boulevards in the city.

        For more info and to register, visit NapervilleWomensHalf.events.


        Wild Wonders

        Saturday, April 27 | DuPage Children’s Museum | 9a-2p

        Spring has sprung and creativity is ready to bloom! Enjoy nature-inspired sensory activities, art, and more. Flutter, crawl, creep, or fly on over to catch the fun! At 11a and 11:45, join Nanny Nikki for a fun, high energy and interactive musical show including sing-along songs, dancing, puppets and more! Sing & Soar! Grammy® Nominated Artist, Nanny Nikki loves to sing, and to bring life to classic children’s songs as well as some original music.

        For more info and tickets, visit dupagechildrens.org.


        Naperville Chorus “Carmina Burana” by Carl Orff

        Saturday, April 27 | Wentz Concert Hall | 7:30p | $25-30

        The Naperville Chorus, with the Naperville Festival Orchestra, will present “Carmina Burana” by Carl Orff in their spring concert. This music was based on dramatic and satirical medieval texts found in a Bavarian monastery. The dynamic opening and closing song, “O Fortuna,” has been widely used in modern films. The Naperville Chorus, founded in 1976, draws its members from the Naperville and the greater Chicagoland area. The Chorus has a wide repertoire, with a focus on classic choral works, often including elements of gospel, jazz, Broadway, and other genres.

        For more info and tickets, visit northcentralcollege.edu/show.



        To see more upcoming events in Naperville, visit the Events page.

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