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Eyes to the Skies Festival Adds New Vendors to Children's Area

Check out the family fun in the Children's area at Eyes to the Skies 2012, with new booth from Lisle Library District, Dr. Gadget, and more.

 

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Navistar presents the 30th Anniversary for the Lisle Eyes to the Skies, and the Children's Area is ready to celebrate all weekend! The stage in the Children's Area for the first time will have non-stop back to back entertainment running Friday, 3 p.m. -7 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

We will welcome back Magic by Randy, Legacy Dance Ensemble, Elite Rhythmic Gymnasts and Dancer performances, Victory Martial Arts, Marilyn Price's Wonderfilled World of Puppets, and Radio Disney Road Crew. New to the stage are Barefoot Hawaiian Dancers, Dave DiNaso's Traveling World of Reptiles, Ken Schultz “Flying Fool,” Rock Academy, Pocket Circus from Argentina, and .

Returning vendor favorites in the Children's Area are the Art Room, Sweet & Sassy, Brookfield Zoo, Shedd Aquarium, Moon Jump Inc., Making Faces Chicago, Game Pazzo, and Lucky Strikes' Mr.
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This year we will be welcoming new vendors the Game Dudes, Westmont Yard, Active Childcare, Language Stars, Dr. Gadget, LEGOLAND®, Forest Preserve of DuPage County, HTHT Science Made Fun, , Lil Sluggers, Build-a Bracelet, Soccer Made in America, and the Butterfly Lady. Each will be offering fun, family activities and crafts to keep children entertained and busy during the festival.

Complete details on the festival are available by visiting the festival website at www.eyestotheskies.org or by calling the festival hotline at 630-541-6095.

 

Check out the for admission and parking information, and the weekend entertainment schedule!

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