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Four for the Weekend | April 30 – May 2, 2021

Welcome to our latest edition of Fox Valley Magazine’s


where we are 100% USDA-Certified Grass-Fed, Farm-To-Fork…wait, that’s a different eNewsletter. Sorry.
So let’s get to it, starting with…..

Whiskey Road at Saddle Up @Q in Aurora

We were going to start this blurb with a big YEEEE-HAWWW! But we thought that that might be a little bit of a cliche.
So we didn’t.
Instead, we’re just going to say that we’re thrilled Saddle Up has returned after its COVID-induced slumber, and look forward to it’s unique contribution to the Fox Valley music scene going forward.
Doors open at 7pm Saturday, with the show starting at 8pm.

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Oswego Wine on the Fox

They are some of the best parts of summer in the Fox Valley. Wine Festivals.
There’s just something irresistible about getting outside, spreading your blanket out with friends, listening to live music and sipping some nice wine. Really tough to beat.
This weekend we have Oswego pretty much kicking off this wonderful season. Trust us, it’ll be worth the drive.

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Yes, A Bloody Flea Market. Sue Us.

As regular readers know, I have an implicit (unstated) agreement with the men in our audience to limit the number of markets, French or otherwise, in our recommendations. (See this Bill Burr routine on street fairs. You’ll understand.)
But this one is different. This is like the granddaddy of flea markets in the US, and heaven knows how many overlooked antique treasures await you this weekend. So suck it up and give it a try, men.
Ladies, you’re welcome.

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C’mon, Live a Little!

Remember a couple of weeks back when we gave you the outstanding advice to go fly a kite? Yeah, you remember.
So when we saw that the Naperville Park District was re-opening its Paddleboard Quarry this Saturday, we simply couldn’t resist.
I mean, c’mon, how fun would this be? You and your significant other out there in (we hope) the sunshine, paddling around in the water, imagining yourselves on a quiet Saturday afternoon in 1910. Live a little!

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So there it is. Weather looks really good until Sunday afternoon when we may be visited by some thunderstorms. Plan accordingly.

If, for whatever reason, none of our fabulous four events doesn’t pop your cork, we’ll be very insulted. However, all hope is not lost. Simply go to www.foxvalleymagazine.com and check out our A+E and Events sections for other ideas.

Finally, please do us a favor. We would be eternally grateful if you could share this with some of your unsuspecting family, friends and neighbors. We’d also appreciate some love on our Facebook page (see below). Ok, technically it’s a “LIKE,” but don’t be pedantic. Also, that’s actually two favors. We’ll owe you.

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