- TripBuzz found 579 things to do with kids in or near Carpentersville, Illinois, including 572 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Glenview, West Chicago, Lombard and Wheaton.
- From Liberty Lanes to Dundee Crown/Tri-Cities Jr Chargers Football, the Carpentersville area offers 110 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Parks.
- Carpentersville rests close to the northern border of the state and offers a moderate population that is spread over roughly eight square miles. The rural setting of the town along the Fox River makes it popular for outdoor recreation. There are also still standard city offerings like a shopping mall and movie theater.
A community theater group continuously active since 1932, the Beloit Civic Theater Group performs in the small, intimate Reinholz Theater. The group presents a variety of dramatic and humorous theatrical productions each season.
Pohlman Field is home to the Beloit Snappers and offers group tickets to groups of 20 or more, birthday packages for groups of 10 or more, and the option to purchase 'First Pitch' rights to one of the 70 regular season games. There are also picnic packages.
A minor league baseball club, the Beloit Snappers are a Class A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics. The Snappers play in the Midwest League at Harry C. Pohlman Field which provides seating for 3,501 along with concession stands.
Opened in 2011, the Living Light Community Center is a multipurpose facility used for a number of events and activities. The center is commonly used for church services on Sunday's and is also available for event rentals, such as weddings.
The Racine Heritage Museum is a museum that preserves the culture of the people of Racine County. The museum is best known for the 'Factory for the World' exhibit, which includes various artifacts related to agriculture.
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Established in 1938, The Racine Theatre Guild Inc. has been in charge of promoting and hosting theatre arts with a focus on local community performances. Seasonal events are featured along with education on historical performances.
Home to Lincoln Center and the Hanchett-Bartlett House, the Beloit Historical Society documents and preserves local history. Exhibits at the site include a sports hall of fame, veteran's gallery and memorial, and research library.