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Fullersburg Woods Hosts the Oscares

More than 1,300 patrons enjoyed spooky nature-oriented songs and skits at the “Halloween Night Walks” on Oct. 23 and 24 at Fullersburg Woods Nature Education Center in Oak Brook. This year’s walks — a nod to the most popular performances performed by Forest Preserve District staff and volunteers over the past 30 years — featured munchkins, goblins, beetles and witches as part of its “2015 Oscares” theme. The two-night event takes patrons on a 75-minute walk after dark in the Fullersburg Woods Forest Preserve.

View the Munchkinland skit from an evening performance.

                

Glenda joins the Lolly-Pop Kids in Munchkinland.
Glenda the Good Witch captures patrons' attention and asks for a vote for their favorite performance.
Gilligan, Skipper, Ginger and the Professor talk invasive plants found on Ghouligan's deserted island.
Recognize this spooky ghoul? He resembles one of our very own rangers.
Witches Three cast a spell on "Halloween Night Walks" patrons.
The Bark Beatles not only bore into tree bark but also sing tunes.
Fun Gus, Dorothy and other characters offer memorable performances.
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