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Holiday fun guide to Chicago suburbs and northwest Indiana

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, or is it? The holiday season can be overwhelming, but it’s also filled with magic and light. So put down the spatula and gift wrap for a while and go out and have some fun.

Here’s our guide to a holiday season filled with music, laughter, and beautiful views.

As always, check websites before starting your holiday adventures.

The Christmas season is approaching and it’s time to choose the iconic symbol of the season: the tree.

People will soon be heading to area tree farms to pick the tree that will stand in their living rooms, and jolly old St. She’ll be waiting for Nick to shower her with gifts. Find your tree with us directory.

Morton Arboretum in Lisle lights up with its annual Illumination: Tree Lights event.

The season is here and nowhere is it busier than the Chicago suburbs and Northwest Indiana.

Whether you’re looking for comic relief, an outdoor lighted extravaganza, or a chance to sing or be sung, suburbs and northwest Indiana can point you in the right direction with our list.

Here Here’s a list of holiday highlights that will put a spring in your step.

12 Dames of Christmas, starring Angela Ingersoll, will be performed at the Elgin Community College Blizzard Theater in Elgin on December 15.

Music is always in the air during the holiday season at these venues in suburban Chicago and northwestern Indiana.

To look Here For a guide to the holiday musical interludes of suburban Chicago and northwest Indiana.

M&M Productions presents “Scrooge the Musical” Dec. 1-3 at Merrillville High School Reinhart Auditorium in Merrillville.

But what if you know what you want and it’s dancing sugar fairies and Ebenezer Scrooge? Forget Buddy the Elf, Ralphie and the BB gun, you want the real deal and you want it in the suburbs.

So do we have a story for you? click Here just for a guide for these two holiday enthusiasts.

Have a wonderful holiday season!

Wendy Fox Weber is the entertainment editor and columnist for the Lake County News-Sun, Beacon-News, Daily Southtown, Naperville Sun, Post-Tribune, Courier-News and Pioneer Press. He can be reached at: wweber@tribpub.com.

Annie Alleman and Myrna Petlicki contributed to this story.

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