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Welcome to Naperville, your perfect destination for business or pleasure in 2011! While you are here, be sure to meander the picturesque brick paths of the Riverwalk, a five-mile landscape adorned journey along the DuPage River. Visit Naper Settlement, a 19th century living history museum, and see how Naperville’s early settlers lived and worked. Explore the DuPage Children’s Museum where the entire family will find plenty of fun and educational activities. Listen to the melodies from the bells of the Millennium Carillon. View the Century Walk outdoor street art that tells a story of events, people and places in our community. And, enjoy the beautiful parks and open spaces. Discover “city styles and small town smiles” in the shops and restaurants of quaint downtown. Our vibrant downtown has retained that old-fashion charm as reflected in the architectural features of some of the store fronts that date back to the 1800’s. And it is just a short walk to the theatre district at North Central College. Make reservations for “Dinner and a Show” Naperville style. The 2011 season features world-class music, dance and theater productions at a number of venues, including the fabulous Wentz Concert Hall. This year North Central College commemorates its 150th Anniversary. Join in the fun as Naperville and North Central College celebrate this milestone with an array of activities and events scheduled throughout the year. Our city is conveniently located to major interstate highways, airports, commuter trains and other regional attractions. And when you stay in Naperville, you are sure to find the perfect accommodation when you choose from seventeen hotels. Simply log onto to view the properties and amenities at each of the hotels and find the perfect fit. Naperville has so much to offer visitors and residents alike. We look forward to seeing you in Naperville soon. Let this visitors guide help you plan your visit or contact the Naperville Convention & Visitors Bureau to speak with one of Naperville’s concierge. Sincerely,

A. George Pradel, Mayor of Naperville

TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S Table of Contents Page Hotel Accommodations......................................................... 2 - 8 Annual Special Events.......................................................... 9 - 25 Naperville Area & Downtown Map....................................... 26 - 28 Naperville Theater District.................................................... 29 Naperville Attractions........................................................... 30 - 33 Just Beyond Naperville......................................................... 34 - 35 More To Do............................................................................ 36 Area Golf................................................................................ 37 Health Clubs.......................................................................... 38 Area Entertainment/Theaters.............................................. 39 - 40 Restaurants........................................................................... 41 - 50 Naperville Shopping Districts............................................... 50 Higher Education................................................................... 51 - 52 Transportation....................................................................... 53 Important Naperville Telephone Numbers (All numbers below are area code (630) unless otherwise specified.)

All Emergencies & Ambulance..............................................911 Cellular Emergencies.............................................................*999 Police (non-emergency)......................................... 630-420-6666 Fire (non-emergency)............................................. 630-420-6142 DuPage County Sheriff.......................................... 630-682-7256 Secretary of State Facility...................................... 630-369-9010 Edward Hospital & Health Services...................... 630-527-3000 Poison Control........................................................ 800-942-5969 Municipal Center.................................................... 630-420-6111 Park District............................................................ 630-848-5000 Naperville Development Partnership.................... 630-305-7701 Library..................................................................... 630-961-4100 Chamber of Commerce.......................................... 630-355-4141 Post Office (Main Branch)...................................... 630-717-2662

Naperville Convention & Visitors Bureau 212 S. Webster, Suite 104 Naperville, IL 60540 Local calls: 630-305-7701 Fax: 630-305-7793 Toll-free : 1-877-23NAPER (1-877-236-2737) E-mail:

The Naperville Visitors Guide is published by the Naperville Convention and Visitors Bureau, a division of the Naperville Development Partnership.



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ACCOMMODATIONS IN NAPERVILLE BAYMONT INN & SUITES 1585 Naperville-Wheaton Road Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-357-0022 Toll Free: 1-877-BAYMONT Fax: 630-357-9817

NEW! The hotel is located 1/2 mile from I-88. Conveniently located close to downtown Naperville. Several restaurants within walking distance. Enjoy complimentary wireless hi-speed internet, expanded continental breakfast, fitness room, free local calls and in-room coffee makers, hairdryers, iron and ironing board in all rooms.

Guest Rooms: 114

Credit cards: VS, MC, AX, DS, CB


1617 Naperville Road Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-505-0200 Toll Free: 1-800-WESTERN Fax: 630-505-4291

Whether coming in for business or pleasure the Best Western Naperville Inn is conveniently located directly off I-88, allowing easy access to airports and toll ways in the Chicagoland area. We are also near many corporate headquarters and colleges. The train station is only minutes away so getting to Chicago is very convenient. Our newly appointed guest rooms include many value added amenities such as free high speed secured internet access, micro/fridge in all rooms, hairdryers, iron/iron board, safes, cable television with HBO and more. Start your day with our deluxe continental breakfast each morning and our complimentary newspaper. Also enjoy our new fitness center with dry sauna room open 24hrs. Need to unwind come and relax in our spacious whirlpool rooms. Pets are welcome at this hotel. Our friendly staff is dedicated in making sure our guests have a comfortable and memorable stay. Come and experience this for yourself and enjoy the best rates in town!

Guest Rooms: 103 Meeting space available.

Credit cards: VS, MC, AX, DS, DC



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Complimentary Newspaper

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Complimentary Breakfast

Free Local Calls COUNTRY INN & SUITES BY CARLSON 1837 Centre Point Circle Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-505-3353 Toll Free: 800-456-4000 Fax: 630-505-0176

The Country Inn & Suites Naperville welcomes you with a friendly blend of modern convenience and warm country hospitality. From our complimentary hot breakfast buffet, relaxing in our lounge, to free high speed Internet in all rooms and public areas, to our guest lending library, all our special amenities and signature touches are designed to make you feel comfortable and well cared for. Our business center is equipped with a printer, fax machine and free wi-fi and our indoor pool is the perfect place to unwind. Green Key Certified. Pets allowed - restrictions apply.

Guest rooms: 143 Credit cards: All Major Credit Cards 2,200 square feet of meeting/banquet facilities available.

COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT 1155 E. Diehl Road Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-505-0550 Toll free: 800-321-2211 Fax: 630-505-8337

Your new favorite option among hotels in Naperville! This Marriott Courtyard hotel offers comfortable accommodations for business or pleasure. Start your day by enjoying a healthy, freshly prepared hot breakfast reasonably priced which includes eggs cooked-to-order to start your morning. In a hurry? Grab a snack from The Market, offering 24-hour service with a variety of food and beverage choices. Relax in one of our spacious guest rooms, which feature custom comforters, thicker mattresses, fluffy pillows, as well as premium pay movies, complimentary in room coffee, complimentary wired and wireless high-speed Internet and oversized work areas. Stay fit using our state of the art fitness center. Unwind in our indoor heated pool or whirlpool after meetings or sightseeing. The Marriott Courtyard also has Conference space, perfect for small meeting or social gatherings. Known for our impeccable service, Marriott Courtyard will go out of its way to make you feel at home while visiting Naperville.

Guest rooms 147 Meeting space available.

Credit cards: VS, MC, AX, DS, CB


AC C O M M O DAT I O N S DAYS INN 1350 E. Ogden Avenue Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-369-3600 Toll Free: 800-329-7466 Fax: 630-369-3600 EXT 301

The Days Inn Naperville offers clean, comfortable rooms at an affordable price. Within walking distance to restaurants, shopping and entertainment. The friendly staff is committed to making your stay a pleasant one.

Guest rooms: 110 Credit cards: VS, MC, AX, DS, CB, DC

EXTENDED STAY AMERICA 1575 Bond Street Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-983-0000 Toll Free: 800-398-7829 Fax: 630-983-8088

Extended Stay America is located close to the heart of the business community. The rooms feature queen-size beds, cable TV with remote controls, fully-equipped kitchens, full baths, 24-hour guest laundry, weekly housekeeping, free local calls, voice mail, wireless high speed internet access and computer data ports. Complimentary coffee in room.

Guest rooms: 125

Credit cards: VS, MC, AX, DS, DC

FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES BY MARRIOTT 1847 W. Diehl Road Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-548-0966 Toll Free: 888-468-4020 Fax: 630-548-0966

Conveniently located at the I-88 and Route 59 exit, the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott offers spacious guestrooms at an affordable price. Start your day with a complimentary continental breakfast. All guest rooms include free wireless high-speed internet access, satellite TV, iron and ironing board, coffeemakers, and a complimentary newspaper and same day dry-cleaning service available weekdays. Our suites also include a mini-microwave and refrigerator. Convenient fax/copy service and free local calls help to make business travel just a bit easier.We are located next to Cracker Barrel restaurant. Relax in the heated indoor pool and whirlpool.

Guest rooms: 64

Credit cards: VS, MC, AX, DS, DC


AC C O M M O DAT I O N S FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES BY MARRIOTT 1820 Abriter Court Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-577-1820 Toll Free: 800-228-2800 Fax: 630-577-0120

The Fairfield Inn & Suites offers a casually elegant atmosphere with 83 guestrooms and 22 executive suites. In this Marriott hotel, you’ll find amenities and services to enhance your stay; including deluxe bedding, free WiFi, and complimentary breakfast with hot items. Whether you’re visiting Naperville for one of the great events, on business or just to enjoy our indoor pool, our team’s commitment to providing outstanding service and the hotel’s convenient and central location will make your stay a memorable one.

Guest rooms: 105 Meeting space available.

Credit cards: VS, MC, AX, DS, DC

HAMPTON INN CHICAGO/NAPERVILLE BY HILTON 1087 E. Diehl Road Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-505-1400 Toll Free: 800-HAMPTON Fax: 630-505-1416

When staying at the Hampton Inn Chicago/Naperville, you’re staying with friends. You will enjoy newly renovated guest rooms featuring our cozy Cloud 9 bedding, 32 inch flat screen televisions, and modern bathrooms. Our refinished meeting space can seat up to 26 people. Our fitness center includes cardiovascular workout equipment and weights and our outdoor heated pool is open seasonally. Relax during the evening in our stylish lobby with a cup of complimentary coffee or tea. Complimentary wireless internet access is available throughout the hotel and we offer a complimentary hot breakfast every day. Enjoy the benefits of Hilton HHonors when you stay with us. Guest Rooms: 128 Credit cards: VS, MC, AX, DS, DC

Meeting space available.

HARRISON HOUSE Bed & Breakfast 26 N. Eagle Street Naperville, IL 60540 Phone: 630-420-1117 Email:

Nestled in Historic Naperville, this circa 1904 B & B was recently renovated. Antiques, period fixtures, plus conveniences such as kingsize beds, private baths with whirlpool tubs and cable tv in all rooms. Computer/wireless high speed internet use available to guests. Enjoy evening refreshments, fresh flowers & scrumptious breakfasts. Friendly but luxurious atmosphere! Special rates for midweek stays. Just a short walk to downtown Naperville.

Guest rooms: 5 Lynn & Neal Harrison - Owners Credit cards: VS, MC, AX, DC, DS 5

AC C O M M O DAT I O N S Marriott Naperville Opening Early in 2012! 1801 N. Naper Blvd. Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-505-4900 The Marriott in Naperville will be one of the largest full service hotels in the Western Suburbs of Chicago. After undergoing a multi-million dollar plus renovation, the Marriott in Naperville is slated to open in March 2012. The redevelopment includes a complete property transformation into a business class hotel with state-of-the-art meeting space and top-tier food and beverage outlets. Guests can enjoy state of the art guest rooms, a relaxing pool setting, and complimentary high-speed internet and other value added amenities in all 426 guestrooms. The hotel will be complete with over 26,000 square feet of flexible meeting space for group events, weddings, business meetings and more. Supreme customer service is our #1 priority and our dedicated staff will aim to meet the highest standards for our guests’ desires. The hotel is located directly off I-88, allowing easy access to both major Chicago airports, all expressways and toll-ways in the Chicagoland area. To learn more, please visit:

Guest rooms: 426 Credit cards: VS, MC, AX, DS, DC Meeting/banquet: Up to 900 people.

HOMESTEAD STUDIO SUITES HOTEL 1827 Centre Point Circle Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-577-0200 Toll Free: 800-EXT-STAY Fax: 630-577-0260 An all studio unit extended stay hotel, which offers nightly, weekly and monthly rates. Homestead Studio Suites Hotel offers spacious studio units with a well-equipped kitchen that includes a full-size refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, stovetop, and cooking and dining utensils. The studios also include a full-size ironing board and iron, personalized voice mail, data ports and satellite TV with premium channels. Guest laundry and 24-hour vending are available on site. High Speed Wireless Internet access (for a nominal fee) is available throughout the hotel. Pets are welcome. Contact hotel for details.

Guest rooms: 136

Credit cards: VS, MC, DC, JCB, AX, DS


AC C O M M O DAT I O N S HOTEL ARISTA 2139 CityGate Lane Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630.579.4100 Toll Free: 888.504.0088 Fax: 630.579.3432 In Greece, a land of epic hospitality, Arista means simply “The Best”. Hotel Arista has re-defined the meaning of luxury accommodations and brings Chicago’s western suburbs an unparalleled level of service and guest amenities delivered by an impeccable trained cast. Guest rooms feature a sleek palate of colors and create a contemporary and relaxing setting. Rooms and suites include beds with leather headboards and plush bedding, tables for working and dining, and a large picture window. Amenities in each oversized guest room include WiFi, 42 inch Plasma HDTVs, ipod docking stations and marble appointed bath areas with walk-in showers. Each room has its own Nosh Bar (Hotel Arista’s upgraded version of the mini-bar) tailored to guest’s preferences. Chef Geoff Rhyne brings casual elegance and a rich culinary pedigree to the Hotel Arista’s signature restaurant- SugarToad. Rhyne’s food at SugarToad is farm-focused, inspired by the purity of ingredients. Adhering to using no more than five ingredients in a dish, Rhyne’s goal is to allow the star product to shine with the other ingredients playing a smaller supporting but integral part. His simple approach to regional American cooking has continued to make SugarToad one of Chicagoland’s most sought after reservations. Hotel Arista’s 10,000 square feet of function space provides a sophisticated setting for business and social events. Much more than a pleasant atmosphere, with floor-to-ceiling windows, Hotel Arista was built to be environmentally friendly. Every effort is made to minimize operational impact by purchasing eco-friendly products, partnering with like-minded vendors, and making sound eco-operational decisions while maintaining the highest level of standards for guests. Hotel Arista, located at I-88 and Route 59 offers easy access to the area’s many corporate headquarters and Naperville’s downtown. Lead Certified, Green Sealed. Small dogs allowed. Call for details.

Guest rooms: 144 Credit cards: All Major Credit Cards Meeting/banquet: up to 500 people

RED ROOF INN 1698 W. Diehl Road Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-369-2500 Toll Free: 800-RED ROOF Fax: 630-369-9987 NEW ROOMS! Conveniently located just off the I-88 Tollway at the Route 59 exit. Improvements include a new lobby, new furniture, new bedspreads and draperies, new carpet, lighting, mirrors, artwork and bathrooms. We also feature complete in-room entertainment, including 25” cable TV and movies. Business king rooms include a workstation, ergonomic chair, microwave and microfridge. Enjoy free coffee and newspaper each morning. Close to

restaurants, shopping and businesses. Guest rooms: 119 Credit cards: VS, MC, AX, DS, CB 7

AC C O M M O DAT I O N S SLEEP INN 1831 W. Diehl Road Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-778-5900 Toll Free: 800-753-3746 Fax: 630-778-1441 Moderately priced hotel with easy access to Route 59 & I-88. All rooms are newly renovated offering a large, well lit work desk, new bedding, voice mail, microwave and refrigerator, iron and ironing board, hair dryer, coffee maker, 27� LED television and oversized shower. Hotel offers complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access, deluxe continental breakfast, free local calls and newspaper. Business class whirlpool room also available. Guest rooms: 69 Credit cards: VS, MC, AX, DS

STARDUST MOTEL 890 E. Ogden Avenue (U.S. 34) Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-355-3467 Fax: 630-355-3719 Conveniently located on Ogden Avenue west of Naper Boulevard, the Stardust Motel offers clean, affordable accommodations; coin-operated laundry facilities; remote-controlled televisions; free HBO, Showtime and ESPN; free local calls; ice machine/vending rooms. Wireless internet. Romantic whirlpool suite. Guest rooms: 70 Credit cards: All major credit cards

TOWNPLACE SUITES BY MARRIOTT 1843 Diehl Road Naperville, IL 60563 Phone: 630-548-0881 Toll Free: 800-257-3000 Fax: 630-548-0882 A residential-style hotel with 50% more space than traditional hotel rooms. Marriott TownePlace Suites offers studio, and one and two bedroom suites. Enjoy suites that offer separate living and sleeping areas, ample work space, personal voice mail, complimentary high-speed wireless internet access, fully equipped kitchenettes, in-room coffee maker and free HBO. The hotel also provides an indoor heated pool, fitness room, guest laundry facility, and complimentary deluxe continental breakfast. Pets allowed (fee). Call for details. Guest rooms: 63 Credit cards: VS, MC, AX, DS, CB Meeting Space Available


Annual Special Events JANUARY 2011

Bridal Showcase

Naper Settlement January 7, 5:30–9:00PM & January 8, 10AM–3PM 630-420-6010 Planning a wedding? Make this complex job easier with opportunities for one-on-one discussions with more than 33 vendors at this up-close and personal showcase. FREE admission.


Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College January 12, 7:30PM 630-637-SHOW

Doug Scharf will be joined by North Central jazz faculty artists on piano, bass and drums.


Neuqua Valley High School – Freshman Center January 15, 10AM–4PM 630-961-2992

Taste free samples, place an order or buy products on site. Area chefs will share recipes and conduct chocolate cooking demonstrations. Family activities include moonwalk, putt-putt golf and face painting as well as performances by area dance and musical groups.


Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College January 15, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

Titled “Concert III: A Dream Unfolds,” the celebration will feature multiple guest artists and a set of five works, performed by an orchestra known for its diversity and innovative programs.


Madden Theatre, North Central College January 23, 6PM 630-637-SHOW

Renowned jazz vocalist, Spider Saloff, performs familiar jazz songs, such as “Our Love is Here to Stay” and “They Can’t Take That Away from Me” along with several rare Gershwin melodies.


Naper Settlement – Century Memorial Chapel January 23, 4–5PM 630-420-6010

Imagine an evening at London’s Royal Geological Society and Charles Darwin among friends, telling the stories of his amazing adventure sailing around the world on the HMS Beagle. For all ages. Admission charged.


Pfeiffer Hall, North Central College January 29, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

The River North Chicago Dance Company embodies a true flavor of Americana in its dynamic repertoire of jazz-based contemporary dance, demonstrating depth and sophistication to an enriching experience. 9

Annual Special Events FEBRUARY 2011

An Evening with North Central College Jazz Faculty

Wentz Concert Hall February 2, 7:30PM 630-637-SHOW

Eight North Central College faculty members, known internationally for their work as jazz performers and recording artists will perform.

Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana

Pfeiffer Hall February 3, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana, one of the nation’s premier flamenco and Spanish dance companies, performs at North Central College.


DuPage Children’s Museum February 4, 6-7PM 630-637-8000

Different activities each week! DCM’s open until 8:00 p.m. Check our website to see all the Family Fun Friday Nights we offer throughout the year!

The Red Carpet of Sound: Musical Pairings, a cappella and with Piano

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College February 4, 8PM 773-281-7820

For the first time, Chicago a cappella pairs a cappella music with works for vocal ensemble and piano. Pianist Patrick Sinozich and the singers perform works by French, South American and American composers.

summer place theatre Presents “Gypsy”

Meiley Swallow Hall, North Central College February 4, 5 & 11 at 8PM February 6, 13 at 2PM 630-355-7969 This musical is based on the 1957 memoirs of burlesque dancer Gypsy Rose Lee.

Tiny Great Performances™

DuPage Children’s Museum February 5, 10:30AM-NOON 630-637-8000

Equal parts jazz band, jam band and world-blues fusion, The Paul Abella Trio makes learning about jazz a fun event for the whole family. Free for DCM members or free with admission.

“ENSEMBLE GALILEI AND NEAL CONaN: A UNIVERSE OF DREAMS” Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College February 5, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

Captivating Celtic music, thought-provoking poetry, and spectacular stellar images collide with the images from the Hubble Space Telescope projected on stage. A transporting musical, visual and celestial experience.


Annual Special Events NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE THEATRE “Spike Heels”

Madden Theatre at the Fine Arts Center February 10 - February 12, 7:30PM 630-637-SHOW

This undergraduate rendition of Theresa Rebeck’s play “Spike Heels” is part of North Central College’s Student Director Series. The play offers a sharp commentary on gender, love-triangles, and power struggles.


Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College February 11, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

Dynamic solo pianist Andreas Klein and acclaimed Spanish string quartet Cuareto Casals combine talents to present an unforgettable evening of classical music.


Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College February 12, 8 PM & February 13, 3 PM 630-637-SHOW

Commemorating one of the greatest composers of the 20th century, the program starts with excerpts from the 1940 ballet “Romeo and Juliet”. The Naperville Chorus and NCC Concert Choir join in.

History Speaks Lecture Series – Sweet Home Chicago: The History of the Candy Capital of America Naper Settlement – Century Memorial Chapel February 13, 4-5PM 630-420-6010

Actress and historian Leslie Goddard shares the history behind these tasty treats. The city has called itself the Candy Capital of America since the turn of the century. Admission charged.


North Central College, Merner Fieldhouse February 13, NOON – 4PM 630-637-5132 Sample authentic international cuisine, enjoy ethnic dance and musical performances, games and crafts from around the world, language immersion rooms, cultural booth exhibits, and more. $5

Reel Love: An evening of hollywood romance

Madden Theatre at the Fine Arts Center, North Central College February 13 6PM 630-637-SHOW

Award-winning singing duo Beckie Menzie and Tom Michael put their unique twists on movie melodies in this warm and wonderful celebration of romance.


February 18 630-637-5375 6 to 8PM at Schoenherr Art Gallery at the Fine Arts Center

Be greeted by the owners of the guitar collections that will be displayed of Fender Stratocasters and Gibson Les Pauls, Flying Vees, Sunbursts, Hollowbodies and others. Many are autographed by well-known rock stars. Complimentary refreshments will be served. 11

Annual Special Events 8PM at Wentz Concert Hall at the Fine Arts Center

A performance by Jason Vieaux, one of America’s leading classical guitarists. Tickets are $25 and $20. *The Guitar Collection Exhibit will open thru April 10 at the Fine Arts Center


Northern Illinois University-Naperville Campus Saturday, February 19, 6 - 10 PM

Let the good times roll! Come to the French Quarter and enjoy a Cajun style dinner, open bar and live music. Bid in live and silent auctions to benefit KidsMatter! Must be 21.

Ferdinand the Bull

Pfeiffer Hall, North Central College February 19, 10AM and 1PM


Children will have a delightful time when actors from New York City-based Theatreworks USA, bring the literary hero ‘Ferdinand the Bull’ to life in this lively musical.

Tiny Great Performances™

DuPage Children’s Museum February 19, 10:30AM-NOON 630-637-8000

The Chicago Cossacks will play, sing and dance in the vibrantly colored traditional costumes of their homeland, introducing a rich variety of Ukranian, Jewish and Gypsy melodies. Free for DCM members or free with admission.


Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College February 20, 3 PM 630-637-SHOW

“Music Around the World” will feature music from composers such as Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov and Bizet, as well as selections by American composers. FREE

MARCH 2011


Pfeiffer Hall, North Central College March 3-5 7:30PM, March 6, 2PM 630-637-SHOW

North Central College presents a theatrical production of “The Wedding Singer,” based on the 1998 Adam Sandler film of the same name.


Get your gal pals, mothers, and daughters together and plan for a weekend of festivities, sales & specials especially for ladies of ALL ages! Events begin at 4pm on Thursday, March 3rd and will continue thru Saturday, March 5th.

Chicago Chamber Musicians

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College March 4, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

North Central College presents the Chicago Chamber Musicians in a performance featuring works by Bach, Shostakovich and Copland.


Annual Special Events Tiny Great Performances™

DuPage Children’s Museum March 5, 10:30AM-NOON 630-637-8000

The Perceptual Motion Dance Company will personify the fluid, floating figures of one of Marc Chagall’s iconic works of art, Paris Through the Window. Free for DCM members or free with admission.

Vienna boys choir

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College March 6, 6PM 630-637-SHOW

The Vienna Boys Choir, ages 10-14, maintain the tradition of the imperial musicians providing music for the Sunday Mass in Vienna’s Imperial Chapel.

An Evening with North Central College Jazz Faculty

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College March 9, 7:30PM 630-637-SHOW

Eight North Central College faculty members, known internationally for their work as jazz performers and recording artists, will perform.

North Central College Presents - Eddie money

Pfeiffer Hall, North Central College March 11, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

This straight-up rock icon has been making music and delivering it to his fans since the mid ‘70’s, and has recorded more than a dozen albums of his own and numerous projects in television and film.

North Central College Presents - chords for kids

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College March 12, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

Featuring the College’s Concerts Winds ensemble performing works selected for children with autism and their families. The audience is encouraged to talk, clap, make noise, and move around during the performance. This is a free event.


Downtown Naperville March 12, Registration: 6:30-7:30AM, Race Start Time: 8AM

The Rotary Club of Naperville Sunrise is hosting a certified 5K race prior to the St. Patrick’s Day parade. This event is for racers, runners, and walkers. Awards and cash prizes will be given.

ST. PADDY’S DAY PARADE Downtown Naperville March 12, 10AM

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a parade in downtown Naperville complete with Irish costumes and music.

Maple Sugaring Days

Naper Settlement March 12, 10AM–4PM & March 13, 1–4PM 630-420-6010

Learn the time-honored method of collecting sap the old-fashioned way. Sample the pleasing taste of maple syrup and take home tasty recipes to make and enjoy. Admission charged. 13

Annual Special Events History Speaks Lecture Series Decadence & Spectacle in Fin-de-siècle Paris

Naper Settlement – Century Memorial Chapel March 13, 4–5PM 630-420-6010

Art historian Jeff Mishur leads a discussion on the major works of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, whose paintings are synonymous with the Montmartre district of Paris at the end of the 19th century. Registration Recommended.

Weed Ladies Spring Floral Sale

Naper Settlement, Daniels House March 17, 1–7PM, March 18-19, 10-4PM 630-420-6010

The Weed Ladies will usher in the growing season with their annual spring show and sale, featuring one-of-a-kind dried and silk florals at Naper Settlement. Admission to the sale is free.

“If You Give a Mouse a Cookie & Other Story Books”

Pfeiffer Hall, North Central College March 19, 10AM and 1PM 630-637-SHOW

Eight delightful stories come to life in this musical revue by Theatreworks USA. The stories represent various issues, themes and ideas relevant to a broad and diverse audience of children.

Tiny Great Performances™

DuPage Children’s Museum March 19, 10:30AM-NOON 630-637-8000

The Chicago Tap Theater combine dance, music and storytelling in an athletic performance that will totally change your notion of tap. Free for DCM members or free with admission.

DuPage Symphony Orchestra : BARBER AND BERNSTEIN

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College March 19, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

Two quintessential American masters are represented on the program: Samuel Barber, with his Overture to The School for Scandal and Adagio for Strings; and Leonard Bernstein, with the Symphonic Dances from West Side Story and Overture to Candide.

organic theater company PRESENTS “The Naked King”

Meiley-Swallow Hall, North Central College March 24-26, 7:30 PM, March 26-27, 2 PM 630-637-SHOW

Who says that fairy tales are for children only? Can the belief that love and honesty might conquer all, be held only by the youngest of us? In this whimsical and entertaining cocktail of three Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales, “The Naked King” joyfully affirms the opposite.

APRIL 2011

richard elliot

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College April 2, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

Saxophonist, Richard Elliot, one of the largest and most loyal fan bases in contemporary urban jazz, performs. 14

Annual Special Events Tiny Great Performances™

DuPage Children’s Museum April 2, 10:30AM-Noon 630-637-8000

DuPage Symphony Orchestra String Ensemble will make learning about classical music a fun experience for young children. Free for DCM members or free with admission.

Chicago, Chicago

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College April 3, 7:30PM 773-281-7820

North Central College hosts the classical vocal ensemble Chicago a cappella for “Chicago, Chicago.” The journey in song through time covers Chicago from pioneer days to the Great Fire, the World’s Fair, skyscrapers, Carl Sandburg, sports, politics, and more.

North Central College Jazz Faculty Concert

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College April 8, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

Members of North Central College’s internationally acclaimed jazz faculty are featured in a performance.

History Speaks Lecture Series Harriet Beecher Stowe: Insights to Uncle Tom’s Cabin Naper Settlement, Century Memorial Chapel April 10, 4–5PM 630-420-6010

Actress Paddy Lynn portrays Harriet Beecher Stowe, American abolitionist and famed author of “Uncle Tom’s Cabin.” Her best-selling book galvanized the abolitionist movement and contributed to the start of the Civil War. Admission charged.

naperville municipal band’s spring concert

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College April 10, 3PM 630-778-9994


Pfeiffer Hall, North Central College April 16, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

Together in concert, these two bands create a seamless blend of soul-lifting traditional harmonies, as the high and lonesome sound of the Appalachians meets the hot and lively jazz of New Orleans.

bunny trail wagon rides

Knoch Knolls Park, April 16, 17, 23 630-848-5000

Travel down the Bunny Trail and hop off to hunt for hidden eggs in a beautiful park!

2011 March for babies

Naperville Riverwalk April 17, Registration: 8AM Start Time: 9AM 312-435-4007

Give hope to more than half a million babies born too soon each year. Walk together to raise funds to support research and programs for stronger, healthier babies.



Calamos Investments Bldg., Naperville April 17 630-961-2992

Kids Fun Run - 8am / 10K Trail Run - 8:15am / 5K Wheelchair - 8:25am 5K Street Run - 8:30am

An Evening with North Central College Jazz Faculty

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College April 20, 7:30PM 630-637-SHOW

Eight North Central College faculty members, known internationally for their work as jazz performers and recording arts, will perform.


Knoch Knolls Park, Wigwam April 21, 7:45PM – 8:30PM

Grab your flashlight and hunt for prize-filled eggs under the stars! Refreshments will be served. Bring a flashlight and a bag or basket to put your eggs and prizes in. Parents must be present with their children. Preregistration is required.


Stroll thru Downtown Naperville and enjoy special savings on Spring merchandise! Kids can bring their Easter baskets and stroll around town for some Easter candy surprises from participating stores. Visit with the Easter Bunny and receive a free photo too!

Tiny Great Performances™

DuPage Children’s Museum April 23, 10:30AM-NOON 630-637-8000

Children lead the action when actors from the Bughouse Theater perform Hogwash, An Improvised Tall Tale. Free for DCM members or free with admission.

North Central College Presents - “Earthen grave”

Pfeiffer Hall, North Central College

April 29, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

North Central College presents a booming performance by six-piece Chicago-based thrash metal band Earthen Grave.

North Central College Presents “rachel barton pine”

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College April 30, 8PM 630-637-SHOW Classical violinist Rachel Barton Pine performs.

MAY 2011


Fifth Avenue Station in Naperville May 1 – Registration 7:30 AM, Walk begins 8:30 AM 630-355-2299

Animals Deserving of Proper Treatment presents a 5K walk to benefit area homeless animals.


Come to Downtown Naperville to buy Mom’s gift and register her to win a special surprise all week long. Many winners! Special Mother’s Day brunch options too. 16

Annual Special Events WEST SUBURBS MS WALK

May 1 Registration 7:30 AM / MS Walk 9 AM 312-423-1139

Join more than 1,700 walkers and volunteers at our West Suburbs Walk MS in Naperville. Your support helps the National MS Society fund cutting-edge research and programs, and services for people living with multiple sclerosis.

anonymous 4

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College May 6, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

Anonymous 4, featuring four women renowned for their unearthly vocal blend and virtuosic ensemble singing.

“Click, Clack, Moo”

Pfeiffer Hall, North Central College May 7, 10AM and 1PM


Theatreworks USA’s family-friendly production presents a hilariously “moo-ving” new musical about compromise. A play based on the Caldecott Award-winning book by Doreen Cronin. This family show is great for young children and adults alike.


Naper Settlement, Century Memorial Chapel May 8, 4–5PM 630-420-6010

Hear about Nellie Bly, newspaper reporter, for whom nothing was too daring or impossible to scoop a story. Hear about how she got herself committed to an insane asylum, was arrested, danced as a chorus girl, rode an elephant and raced around the world. Admission charged.

Tiny Great Performances™

DuPage Children’s Museum May 8, 2-3:30PM 630-637-8000

Energy, precision and passion combine to ignite the music of Las Guitarras de Espana (The Guitars of Spain). Free for DCM members or free with admission.

North Central College’s Cardinal Chorus

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College May 11, 7:30PM 630-637-SHOW

North Central College’s Cardinal Chorus performs choral classical favorites, folksongs and spirituals.

good show gallery opening

DuPage Children’s Museum May 13, 5-7PM and On-going 630-637-8000

Summer Season Opening! Train themes are the focus for artwork created by children attending Museum-led programs from different area schools, libraries and social service agencies. Free for DCM members or free with admission.


Annual Special Events 22ND ANNUAL GREAT DUCK RACE Riverwalk Rotary Hill May 14, 10AM 630-848-5000

Children will enjoy the fun activities that can be found on the Riverwalk, such as a plastic floating duck race down the DuPage River and a table-top carnival. Sponsored by REACH and the Naperville Park District.

dupage symphony orchestra “Riches and rites of russia”

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College May 14, 8PM 630-637-SHOW

Although they shared a common homeland as well as the international spotlight, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Igor Stravinsky could hardly have been more different; in personality, output or legacy. Experience these dramatic musical opposites in one evening.

Honors Day/Rall Symposium for Undergraduate Research

May 17

Join North Central College students, faculty and staff for an activity-filled Honors Day. The annual Rall Symposium for Undergraduate Research, in which students from across the College present their original research. Other events include a keynote address by a leading scholar, an Honors Convocation that recognizes outstanding students, and induction ceremonies for 15 honor societies.

a great evening of jazz

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College May 18, 7:30PM 630-637-SHOW Showcasing North Central College’s student jazz ensembles.

Cornerstone Day

May 20

Come one, come all! Our annual community wide picnic commemorates North Central College’s move from Plainfield to Naperville and the laying of the original cornerstone for Old Main.

Civil War Days

Naper Settlement May 21 & 22, 10AM–4PM 630-305-5555

Become part of history when you experience the sweeping pageantry and spectacle of the war that divided a nation during Civil War Days. When the bugle sounds each day at 2:30 p.m., troops from the North and the South will charge into battle with rifles at the ready, and cannons booming.

the ides of march

Pfeiffer Hall, North Central College May 21 8PM 630-637-SHOW

They burst onto the national scene in 1970 with the million-selling single “Vehicle’. The Ides toured with bands such as Led Zeppelin, Allman Brothers and Grateful Dead.



RIverwalk Grand Pavillion May 21 www.cfforg/GreatStrides Registration 8:30 AM / CF Walk 10:30 AM

Gather at the Naperville River Walk Grand Pavillion to help raise money for vital cystic fibrosis research and care. Family fun, entertainment, food, beverages, music, and more.

youth symphony of dupage

Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College May 22, 3PM

North Central College hosts the Youth Symphony of DuPage. Admission is free and seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Forever plaid

Meiley-Swallow Hall, North Central College May 26 - 27, 7:30PM 630-637-SHOW

An off-Broadway musical comedy written by Stuart Ross, with a program of beloved songs and delightful patter that keeps audiences rolling in the aisles, when they’re not humming along to some of the great nostalgic pop hits of the ‘50s.


May 30, Downtown Naperville Parade begins at 10:30 AM, Ceremony at NOON 630-357-4615

Organized by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion, it is one of the largest parades in the upper Midwest with over 100 units honoring veterans for their service to our country. Following the parade will be a ceremony and concert at the Community Concert Center.



Climb the 253 steps to the top of the tower and enjoy the spectacular view, where on a clear day the Chicago Skyline can be seen.

Farmer’s Market

Fifth Avenue Station June 5 thru October 30 Every Saturday 7AM - NOON 630-369-5638

Local farmers sell fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, baked goods and other produce in an open-air market. Sponsored by the Naperville Farmer’s Market.


June 21, 24, 28, July 13, 23 & 30, 12:00-12:45PM 630-848-5000 A variety of exciting free performances for the young and young at heart.

Municipal Band Concerts – Summer concerts

Community Concert Center, June 9–August 11 Thursdays at 7:30PM 630-778-9994

Bring a lawn chair or blanket (bench seating is limited) and bring the family to a free weekly band concert. Concerts will be performed at the Community Concert Center in Central Park. 19

Annual Special Events SETTLEMENT SUNDAYS

Naper Settlement June 5th and every Sunday through Aug. 28 630-420-6010 Make your own free sundae with all the toppings! Enjoy family time in the village during the lazy, hazy days of summer. Admission charged.


June 11th

Celebrate the amazing work of our students! Stay tuned to learn about our special Sesquicentennial Commencement speaker.

Summer Place Theatre

Meiley Swallow Hall - North Central College 630-355-7969

2011 Season Performances

June 17-19 & 24-26 — THE GOOD DOCTOR Fridays, Saturdays - 8PM, Sundays - 2PM July 15-17, 22-24 & 29-30 — GREASE Fridays, Saturdays - 8PM, Sundays - 2PM October, 21-23, 28 & 30 — AND THEN THERE WERE NONE TEN LITTLE INDIANS Fridays, Saturdays - 8PM, Sundays - 2PM


At the base of the Riverwalk’s Rotary Hill stands the majestic Millennium Carillon in Moser Tower, a unique 16-story structure with a 72 bell musical instrument. Attend weekly hour-long concerts on Tuesday evenings at 7 PM for an evening of music with talented carillonneurs from around the world. These free performances are held rain or shine, and picnicking on the lawn surrounding the tower is welcomed.

Rollin’ on the River

Naperville Riverwalk at Jackson Ave & Webster St Friday evenings 7-9 PM June 17 & 24, July 8, 15, 22 & 29, August 5 & 12 630-848-5000

A live, summer-long concert series running from June through August that entertains Riverwalk patrons on Friday evenings at the Riverwalk Pavilion at Jackson Avenue and Webster Street. FREE

JUNE 2011

Naperville Womans Club 52nd Juried Fine Art Fair On Water and Webster St., one block north of Naper Settlement June 4 and 5, 10 AM – 5 PM

National artists display original artwork in clay, fiber, glass, jewelry, mixed media, metal, painting, photography, sculpture and wood. Included is entertainment and a children’s activities tent.

Art exhibit - “buying beauty”

North Central College’s Oesterle Library Gallery June 19 - July 21 630-637-5375

Photographer Morgan M. Ford explores the use of women’s beauty rituals ingrained in American culture and the influence of advertising in the use of cosmetics.


Annual Special Events JULY 2011


Knoch Park, West Street at Hillside Avenue July 1–4 630-303-3311

Voted “Best Festival in the Midwest,” Ribfest features four days of music, ribs, fun and fireworks. Nationally and locally known musicians provide entertainment. Rib vendors from around the country compete for best tasting ribs and sauce awards. Free shuttle service available from many Naperville locations. Co-sponsored by the Naperville Exchange Club, Naperville Park District and City of Naperville.


The downtown shops roll out a sampling of their many beautiful items to be found at the annual Summer Sidewalk Sale. Musical entertainment and events will accompany the weekend!



Downtown Naperville is the place to come for back to school shopping & fun. Special sales and events will occur all month, including Family Movie Nights in the Park, music and more!


August 7, 6:30 AM-3 PM 630-292-7101

A recreational bike ride for beginner and veteran riders with 20, 40, 55, 85, and 102 mile routes.


The 400 meter swim course will be held at Centennial Beach. The 22k double loop bike course, and 5k run course will take athletes through some of the most beautiful scenery in the Naperville area.


Centennial Beach Saturday, August 27, 8 am

Bike, Hike, Float! The Rotary Club of Naperville Sunrise presents a fun, family friendly fundraising untimed athletic event designed for everyone!



Downtown Naperville - Along Jackson Ave. September 2-5 630-961-4143

Naperville Jaycees’ four-day end-of-summer downtown street party features carnival rides, parade, games and live musical entertainment featuring popular National and local artists.

dinner on the town

Naper Settlement September 10, 5:30-11PM 630-420-6010 www.napersettlement.musuem

Spin your way to a dining extravaganza and specialty live and silent auctions at this Naperville Heritage Society gala evening. Find out moments before you’re whisked off by limousine or trolley, which prominent restaurant, private home or historic building you will travel to for a gourmet meal, and then return for dessert and dancing. 21

Annual Special Events Weed Ladies Fall Floral Sale Naper Settlement September 15-18


The Weed Ladies will be selling seasonal floral arrangements and dried bouquets in the Daniels House. Admission to the sale is free.


See the work of independent filmmakers worldwide featuring short stories, student produced film, animation, documentaries and screenplays. Participate in workshops and discussions.

Naperville Wine Festival

Naper Settlement , September 16-17 847-382-1480

Sample and learn about over 250 varieties of wine from the experts in a relaxed festival setting, which includes wine seminars, food, cooking demonstrations, music and more. Admission charged.


Downtown Naperville September 17-18, 10 AM-5 PM 630-355-2530

A wide variety of high caliber art and craft items are displayed along the picturesque Riverwalk. Sponsored by the Naperville Art League.


Downtown Naperville September 22 beginning at 4 PM and continuing thru September 24 Get your gal pals, mothers, and daughters together and plan for a weekend of festivities in downtown Naperville. Sales & specials, especially for ladies of ALL ages!

harvest pow wow

Naper Settlement September 24, 11 AM-10PM & September 25, 11 AM-5PM 773-585-1744

Experience Native American dancing, cultural demonstrations, traditional crafts, storytelling, hands-on activities and games for children. Presented by Midwest SOARRING Foundation. Admission charged.


Naper Settlement September 30-October 1

Hear live music as you enjoy authentic German cuisine during this fun salute to the Naperville Heritage Society under a tent in the village. Children’s activities are featured during the day on Saturday. Admission charged.


grandparent celebration month at dcm

DuPage Children’s Museum October 1, 9AM-5PM and On-going throughout the month 630-637-8000

FREE photo opportunities, art projects and entertainment are planned to create an extra special visit with the grandchildren that make your life important.


Annual Special Events Tiny Great Performances™

DuPage Children’s Museum October 1, 10:30AM-NOON 630-637-8000

Kick off our 8th year of Tiny Great Performances with a feast of music, dance and food. Free for DCM members or free with admission.

Yo-Yo Ma at the Wentz

Wentz Concert Hall October 1

Multiple Grammy®-winning cellist Yo-Yo Ma kicks off an outstanding Sesquicentennial fine arts season with a concert in the acoustically spectacular Wentz Concert Hall.

GHOST STORIES IN THE PARK – IN THE DARK Grand Pavilion - West end of the Riverwalk October 7, 8, 9 & 14, 15, 16, (Various Times) 630-848-5000

Hair-raising tales, poems and songs will shiver your spine and tickle your funny bone. Tickets on sale at the Naperville Park District.

Soup’s On

Tellabs Atrium October 16, 11:30-5PM

Soup’s On ties in with the concept of a soup kitchen, which feeds those in need. Proceeds from the event will benefit three local charities – Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry, Hesed House and DuPage PADS. For details and ticket infomation visit

All Hallows Eve - A 19th Century Halloween

Naper Settlement October 21 & 22, 6:30–10PM 630-305-5555

Some of the most sinister characters and criminals of the 19th century roam the grounds or take up residence in the historic houses and businesses. Rated PG-Creepy. Not recommended for children under 8.

HALLOWEEN HAYRIDES October 22, 23 & 29 630-848-5000

Come one come all witches, wizards, ghosts and goblins, enjoy a Halloween Hayride in a beautiful park!


Downtown businesses will be ready for all the little witches and goblins to knock on their doors. All children, accompanied by an adult are invited to look for Halloween balloons outside each participating business and receive treats.


Grand Pavilion (behind the VFW) October 30, 1-4PM 630-848-5000

Enjoy this safe alternative to door-to-door trick or treating. Fun and games for kids 1-10 years old. Held rain or shine. Free admission.


Annual Special Events NOVEMBER 2011


DuPage Children’s Museum Explorer Store November 5, 9AM- 8PM & November 6, 9AM- 5PM 630-637-8000

More than 25 manufacturers offering an expanded inventory of toys carefully selected to be durable and long-lasting, and to build upon concepts introduced at the Museum that extend a child’s learning experiences at home. All store profits help support the Museum and its programs.


November 5, 7PM - Midnight

Grab your sunglasses and bring your friends, adult kids, and your old college roommates for great food, great rockin’music, drinks and gourmet food from Naperville’s finest chefs. Check the website for location and ticket information.

Weed Ladies Winter Floral Sale Naper Settlement November 3-5 630-420-6010

The winter sale features one-of-a-kind silk and dried florals and decorative center pieces, in spectacular holiday themes, plus specialty note cards and other decorative items. Admission to the sale is free.

150th Founder’s Day and Homecoming Day

North Central College November 11

Veterans Day marks the College’s first day of classes 150 years ago in Plainfield, IL. Join us for a variety of community and College events.


Downtown Naperville, November 24, 8AM 630-364-3922

Sign up for the annual 5K Turkey Trot sponsored by the Naperville Noon Lions Club benefiting those with sight and hearing disorders, as well as diabetes. Run fast, EAT LATER.


Come enjoy the beloved Little Friends Electric Lights Parade at 4:30pm followed by the Grand Illumination of Downtown Naperville when over 300,000 lights are turned on simultaneously! Marking the kickoff to the month long Hometown Holidays season, the parade heralds Santa’s official arrival to town. Downtown shops & restaurants will have surprising offers all weekend long to give everyone a jump start on their holiday shopping!


Area Map

Area Map

Hotel Accommodations

1. Baymont Inn & Suites Naperville 2. Best Western Naperville Inn 3. Country Inn & Suites Naperville 4. Courtyard by Marriott 5. Days Inn 6. Extended Stay America 7. Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott 8. Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott 9. Hampton Inn by Hilton 10. Harrison House Bed & Breakfast 11. Marriott 12. Homestead Studio Suites Hotel 13. Hotel Arista at CityGate 14. Red Roof Inn 15. Sleep Inn 16. Stardust Motel 17. Towneplace Suites by Marriott




Downtown Map

Downtown Map

Directions to Naperville: Naperville is located 28 miles west of Chicago, off of Interstate 88. Take either Naperville Road/Freedom Drive exit, Winfield Road exit or Rt. 59 exit off of I-88 to reach Naperville. Follow the map insert to reach the Central Business District.

Harrison House

Annual Special Events HOMETOWN HOLIDAYS

Downtown Naperville November 26-December 31 630-544-3372

A month long shopping & dining celebration with special events the entire month. Visit for up to date event & sale information. It’s the most festive time of year. Come enjoy!


Franklin Avenue


Bed & Breakfast

Various locations throughout Naperville December 2 and 3 630-357-4022

Post Office

The Naperville Garden Club adds to the holiday spirit by decorating houses at various locations throughout Naperville. Admission charge covers a five-house tour, plus a commemorative English bone china cup and saucer. Coffee, tea and cookies will be available both days, with a formal tea on Friday.

Santa Train

Departs from the 5th Avenue Train Station December 4, 10AM & Noon 630-961-9375 Buy Your Tickets online at

The one-hour Naperville Jaycee’s Santa Train ride features favorite characters, singing and a visit from Santa Claus.

Santa House

Riverwalk at Jackson and Webster December 1-23 630-848-5000

call 848-5000 for exact times Visit Santa as he takes up residence on the Riverwalk. Capture your child’s special moment telling his or her most important holiday dreams to Santa. Make Downtown Naperville your destination for magical holiday memories. Sponsored by the Naperville Park District.

Victorian Holiday Traditions Group Tours Naper Settlement 630-420-6010

Call to arrange a group tour of the historic Martin Mitchell Mansion decorated in traditional Victorian holiday splendor, followed by an informative presentation on holiday traditions, such as Christmas trees and straw ornaments, in the historic 1834 Tavern.

Carillon Concerts Fall-Winter Series

City Hall

Rotary Hill 630-848-5000

One of the 4 largest Carillons world wide. The 72 bells span a full 6 octaves. From November-April, live recitals are held every Saturday at Noon and Sunday at 3pm.

Bubble Bash New Year’s Eve Celebration

DuPage Children’s Museum December 31, 9AM-Noon 630-637-8000

Ring in 2011 with your family as the fun bubbles over at this energized celebration featuring a noon countdown, three floors of interactive music and exhibits, and bubbles galore. Call ahead to reserve space to experience the New Year’s event, bursting with fun! 28


Naperville’s Theater District For Dinner and a Show

Wentz Concert Hall / Madden Theatre Wentz Concert Hall is a world-class, 605-seat concert hall designed to create an intimate feel-yet crafted to provide the superior clarity, warmth and liveliness of sound that are essential to enjoy music of all genres. The room’s incredible acoustics have been described by the Chicago Tribune as an “extraordinary space.” As a black box theatre, the Bartley and Maricela Madden Theatre brings together actors and audience up close and personal with its flexible seating and staging configurations. An ideal setting for experimental theatrical performances, film screenings, jazz and dance performances, and lectures.

Pfeiffer Hall

A magnet for the arts in the western suburbs since 1926, Pfeiffer Hall features a 1,057-seat auditorium with main-floor seating for 588 and balcony seating for 469. The DuPage Symphony Orchestra and Naperville-North Central College Performing Arts Association called it home for decades, as have numerous community arts groups, schools, churches, and the College’s musical and theatrical programs.

Meiley-Swallow Hall

Meiley-Swallow Hall features a 240seat theater ideal for intimate musical and theatrical productions. The traditional thrust stage also provides a popular setting for author appearances, film screenings and lectures. North Central College celebrates their 150th anniversary

Look for events celebrating this milestone throughout our guide or online at

School of Performing Arts


Magical Starlight Theater


Summer Place Theater


Come and enjoy all Naperville has to offer.

See Naperville restaurant listings on pages 41-50 or log on to for a complete online listing. To view North Central College’s 2011 performing arts schedule, please visit 29

Naperville Attractions NAPERVILLE RIVERWALK Downtown Naperville 630-848-5000

Enjoy approximately 1.75 miles of walking brick paths along the DuPage River in downtown. Built by the residents of Naperville to commemorate the city’s 150th birthday in 1981, the Riverwalk follows the DuPage River through Naperville and features covered bridges, gazebos, and playgrounds. The Riverwalk is one of the Midwest’s most beautifully maintained park grounds and has won state and national awards. You will find monuments with the names of Naperville’s old farm families as well as the distinctive shepherd’s-crook light poles, sculptures and flowers along the paths that have become a symbol of Naperville’s link to its historic past. Located adjacent to the Riverwalk is a former quarry called Centennial Beach, which was dedicated as the community’s swimming pool in 1931. Today, Naperville families still enjoy the large award winning six-acres of fence-enclosed area, including four-acres of grass and trees. The Beach was named one of the 150 Great Places in Illinois by the American Institute of Architects in 2007. Centennial Beach is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day and offers a NCAA/USS-approved diving complex, sand beach, sand volleyball area, playground equipment for kids and concession stands. Daily and season passes available. The Quarry is a unique facility for fishing, fun and relaxation, located next to Centennial Beach. Colorful paddleboats can be rented at the Paddleboat Quarry. Weather permitting; the Paddleboat Quarry is open all non-school days spring through fall. Paddleboats can be rented for 20-minute or 40-minute rides. An admission fee is charged. A popular sledding area, Rotary Hill is the site of many special events held on the Riverwalk. Rotary Hill is located north of Aurora Avenue (across from Naperville Central High School) and west of Eagle Street (near the Municipal Center). At the base of Rotary Hill, the Millennium Carillon celebrates the arrival of the third millennium. Rising 158 feet above the Riverwalk, the concert quality carillon is one of only a few instruments this large in the world. Seventy-two bronze bells resonate at the top of the tower with the largest weighing six tons. It is one of only four carillons world wide spanning a full six octaves. Music selections are played automatically on the bells at 11AM, 4PM and 7PM daily. During the summer, residents and visitors are invited to attend weekly hour-long recitals on Tuesday evenings at 7PM. The summer recital series brings artists from around the world to perform. During the fall, winter and spring, there are weekly 30 minute recitals on Saturdays at 12Noon and Sundays at 3PM. Tours of the tower run from May though November. For additional program information, date changes, and special events call 630-848-3611 or log on to Free programs are offered at the Riverwalk Amphitheater, an openair, multi-tiered structure that is positioned on the Riverwalk at Jackson Avenue between Webster and Eagle Streets. Embedded in the amphitheater’s stage is a labyrinth path. Situated behind and above the Amphitheater, the Millennium Wall commemorates the community spirit of Naperville residents and businesses who contributed to Celebration 2000, a city-wide celebration to welcome the new millennium. 30

Naperville Attractions DuPage Children’s Museum

301 N. Washington Street, 630-637-8000

Watch your children’s eyes light up with wonder and curiosity as they explore over 150 hands-on activities within the brightly colored walls of a unique, three-story discovery center …where learning comes in to play®! Innovative activities invite both you and your children to splash, construct, build, create, and play in lively learning neighborhoods within DuPage Children’s Museum: Build It, AirWorks, Make It Move, Creativity Connections, Math Connections, and Waterways. Even the littlest ones are at home at the Museum in three different Young Explorers areas, catering to children from birth to 24 months. The Good Show Gallery and the Interact with Art Gallery offer interactive ways to introduce children to the colorful, creative, inspirational world of art while daily Studio Drop-In activities allow you and your child to actually create your own take-home works of art. The Museum, awarded 2010 BEST CHICAGO MUSEUM by Nickelodeon Parents’ Picks and ranked ninth as one of Chicago’s top cultural attractions by Crain’s Chicago Business, encourages children from birth - 10 years old to explore, question and solve problems in math, science and the arts in partnership with adults. Toys sold at DuPage Children’s Museum Explorer Store make great gifts because they are durable and long-lasting and engage kids’ minds by building upon concepts introduced at the Museum to extend a child’s learning experiences at home. Gift memberships are available. Open year-round, seven days a week, except the first two weeks of September.


523 S. Webster Street, 630-420-6010

From the clang of metal upon metal in the Blacksmith Shop to the soft rustle of long gowns at the Martin Mitchell Mansion, history comes to life at Naper Settlement. It’s easy to discover the past when you visit with our costumed villagers during our summer season, April–October, as they tell the story of how Midwestern towns like Naperville changed from frontier outposts to bustling turn-of-the-century communities. Be sure to join in the fun at our special events including the memorable Civil War Days in May and the eerie All Hallows Eve: A 19th Century Halloween in October. Throughout our 12-acre grounds, there are activities for all ages, including galleries and exhibits, the History Connection interactive play area, the Conestoga wagon and fort, and 30 historic structures, including a oneroom schoolhouse, a working print shop and the elegant Martin Mitchell Mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. During the winter season, November–March, the galleries are open in the Pre-Emption House Visitor Center and an audio tour is included with admission. Visitors can hear interpretive stories of the past and listen to the lively musical history of Naperville as they walk the grounds and view the exterior building architecture. Winter season special events include the Bridal Showcase in January and Maple Sugaring Days in March. Other amenities at Naper Settlement feature more than 36,000 objects and archival materials, over 7,000 photographs related to local history, and a research library open to the public. Wedding services, meeting rentals, parties, lectures and educational programs are additional offerings year round. 31

Naperville Attractions NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE 30 N. Brainard Street 630-637-5100

Founded in nearby Plainfield, IL, in 1861 and relocated to Naperville in 1870, North Central College is an independent, comprehensive college of the liberal arts and sciences, enrolling more than 2,600 full-time undergraduates and more than 300 graduate students. The College offers 55 undergraduate majors and six master’s degree programs. North Central College is committed to academic excellence; a climate that emphasizes leadership, ethics, values and service; a curriculum that balances job-related knowledge with a liberal arts foundation; and a caring environment with small classes. Affiliated with the United Methodist Church, North Central College is recognized as one of “America’s Best Colleges” by U.S. News and World Report; one of Princeton Review’s “Best in the Midwest” Colleges; ranked as “a college for high-achieving students” by Peterson’s Competitive Colleges; and among a select number of schools profiled in Kaplan’s Unofficial Guide to the 320 Most Interesting Colleges. The 59-acre campus is located in the city of Naperville’s beautiful residential Historic District. The College offers an outstanding array of speakers and other activities. The Wentz Concert Hall and Fine Arts Center hosts renowned performing arts groups from the campus, community, Chicago area and around the world.

Performing Art Venues at North Central College Wentz Concert Hall, 171 E. Chicago Ave., 630-637-SHOW Pfeiffer Hall, 310 E. Benton Ave., 630-637-SHOW Meiley-Swallow Hall, 31 S. Ellsworth St., 630-637-SHOW Madden Theatre, 171 E. Chicago Ave., 630-637-SHOW Heininger Auditorium, 309 E. School St., 630-637-5560 Koten Chapel, 329 E. School St., 630-637-5560 Art Galleries at North Central College Schoenherr Art Gallery

in the Wentz Concert Hall and Fine Arts Center

171 E. Chicago Ave., 630-637-5375

Oesterle Library Gallery

320 E. School St., 630-637-5375

Meiley-Swallow Hall Gallery 31 S. Ellsworth St., 630-637-5375



While enjoying downtown attractions look for major works of art located throuhgout the downtown and surrounding areas, this is known as the Century Walk. Since 1996 bright mosaics, reliefs, colrful murals and sculptures highlight the heritage and culture of the community. More than 30 pieces have been completed. Please refer to our downtown map to exact locations. 32

Naperville Attractions Moser Tower and Millennium Carillon Visitors Center Open May-November

Tours are available on Fridays (May-August), Saturdays and Sundays (May-November) from 10AM-4PM. Tickets are $3 per person (children under 4 years old are free with accompanying adult; those under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult). To schedule a tour, call 630-848-3611.


Downtown Naperville Alliance 630-544-3372

Downtown Naperville is recognized as one of the most exciting and popular shopping and dining destinations in the Midwest! Situated in a picturesque setting along the rolling DuPage River, Downtown Naperville is a vibrant shopping and dining mecca with a unique mix of locally-owned shops and restaurants, nationally recognized retail names, and exclusive national concept stores. If business or pleasure brings you to Naperville, experiencing Downtown Naperville should be at the very top of your list!


Naperville Trolley & Tours, Ltd. 630-420-2223

Learn about old Naperville, and see the new Naperville! This one-hour Historic Trolley Tour of Naperville blends the past with the present, highlights Naperville’s growth, and includes some fun stories! The Tour includes Naperville’s Historic District, North Central College, charming downtown businesses and shopping areas, state-of-the-art police and fire stations, the scenic Riverwalk, Naper Settlement, and more! Trolley Tours run June, July, & August every Friday at 11am, and once monthly September through December. Private tours and Tour Bus boarding also available. Please call to check availability. All tours meet at the SE corner of Jackson and Eagle streets. Call or email for information and reservations. Fee charged. The Trolley also offers Birthday Parties, Christmas Light Tours, Weddings, Bar Hops, Corporate Outings - and your own Ideas! It’s always more fun on the Naperville Trolley! Ding! Ding!

Fifth Avenue Station

200-300 E. 5th Avenue, Next to the Naperville Train Station 630-369-5638 This restored turn-of-the-century furniture factory offers offices, shops, the School of Performing Arts and outstanding Italian and Mediterranean cuisine.

Naperville Fine Art Center AND gallery 508 N. Center Street, 630-355-2530

The Naperville Fine Art Center & Gallery is open to the public and features classes, workshops, demonstrations and exhibitions. The Naperville Art League, founded in 1961, provides art instruction and education, encourages interest in all forms of creative art, stimulates understanding and appreciation of art in the community, and participates in other related activities. 33

Just Beyond Naperville Blackberry farm’s pioneer village

Galena Boulevard & Barnes Road, Aurora 630-892-1550

Ride an old-fashioned train throughout the 19th Century Village and see a weaving cabin, blacksmith shop, pottery shop and pioneer cabin. Don’t miss the carriage museum, farm museum or museum of 19th century storefronts. Take a carousel ride or opt for a hay wagon or pony ride. See the baby animals or shop in the gift shop. Admission charge (children under two free).


1S151 Winfield Road, Wheaton 630-668-5161

Two museums in one, Cantigny was the estate of the late Col. Robert R. McCormick, former publisher of the Chicago Tribune. The mansion sits amid 15 acres of sculptured gardens. Also on the property is the First Division Museum that tells the story of the First Infantry Division of the U.S. Army in life-size dioramas and sense-surround. Kids love to climb on the Army tanks located on the grounds. Closed January. Open Friday-Sunday, February. Open Tuesday-Sunday, MarchDecember. Admission is free, but there is a parking fee for the park.


1650 Premium Outlets Blvd. (Farnsworth Exit off I-88) Aurora, IL 60502 630-585-2200

An unparalleled collection of 120 designer and name brand outlets including: Kate Spade, Diesel, Banana Republic, La Coste, Michael Kors, Giorgio Armani, Coach, MaxMara, Gap Outlet, Adidas, Salvatore Ferragamo, Kenneth Cole, Nike, Theory, Dooney & Bourke, and much more offering ever day savings of 25 to 65 percent.

CINEMARK IMAX THEATER at seven bridges 6500 Route 53, Woodridge, IL 60517 630-663-8892

Cinemark USA, Inc. is one of the largest motion picture exhibitors in North America operating 289 theatres, with 3,688 screens in 38 States.

Danada Equestrian Center

3S507 Naperville Road, Wheaton 630-668-6012

Visit the barns, see the horses, bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on the picnic tables or take a fall hayride. And don’t miss the beautiful hiking trails. Seasonal rides available.

Forest Preserve District of DuPage County 3S 580 Naperville Road, Wheaton 630-933-7200

The Forest Preserve District of DuPage County consists of more than 24,000 acres of natural landscapes and outdoor recreation areas. Offering an array of outdoor activities such as fishing, biking, boating, camping, picnicking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, ice skating, ice fishing and snow tubing, as well as just hiking the numerous beautiful trails and paths. The Forest Preserves are open to the public year round. Hundreds of programs are scheduled throughout the year. Call for information, brochures and recreation locations. 34

Just Beyond Naperville Graue Mill and Museum

3800 York Road, Oak Brook Spring & York Roads Open Mid-April–Mid-November


Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Mill is the only operating water-powered gristmill in Illinois. Underground Railroad stations on display. Call for special events on scheduled weekends. Closed Mondays. Active miller on duty as well as weaving and spinning demonstrations. Purchase freshly ground corn. Closed Mondays, except for holidays. Admission charge.

Hollywood Casino

One New York Street Bridge, Aurora 630-801-1234 1-800-888-7777 (toll free) Enjoy dockside gaming in the heart of downtown Aurora. Exciting player’s program, super-star entertainment and a variety of dining options available. Must be at least 21 years of age.

The Morton Arboretum

4100 Illinois Route 53, Lisle 630-968-0074 (schedule of events) The Morton Arboretum is food for mind, body, and spirit, with 1,700 acres of trees and other plants amid formal gardens, woodlands, wetlands, and a prairie. The Arboretum features an awardwinning Children’s Garden, an engaging Maze Garden, and special events such as outdoor theater, concerts, stunning fall and spring colors, winter events, holiday celebrations, and more. Enjoy the restaurant and store. Bicycle the 9 miles of paved roads, or hike the 14 miles of hiking trails. Enriching classes for youth and adults. Open 365 days a year from 7AM–7PM or sunset, whichever is earlier. Admission charge.

SEVEN BRIDGES ICE ARENA 6690 S. Route 53, Woodridge 630-271-4400

Seven Bridges Ice Arena is Chicagoland’s premier ice skating facility. With three skating surfaces, Seven Bridges Ice Arena is among the largest ice skating facilities in the country. We offer extensive programs for hockey players, figure skaters, and recreational skaters. We also provide amenities unparalleled in the Chicago area.

sport zone park family fun center 100 Route 30, Aurora, IL 630-820-8624

This sports-themed park is loads of fun for the entire family. The park features outdoor batting cages, mini-golf, go-karts and a game arcade. Indoors, the park offers soccer and softball as well as a driving range. Open daily.

WESTFIELD FOX VALLEY shopping center 195 Fox Valley Centre, Aurora Route 59 and Aurora Avenue 630-851-7200

This top-notch three-level enclosed mall offers plenty of shopping variety in addition to casual dining and a food court. Open daily. 35

M o r e To D o . . .


The Windy City is less than 30 miles from Naperville Adler Planetarium ……………………………………312-922-STAR Art Institute of Chicago………………………………312-443-3600 Brookfield Zoo…………………………………………708-688-8000 CME Group Visitors Center & Gift Shop……………312-435-3590

(Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) & Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) formed by the 2007 merger)

Field Museum of Natural History.……………………312-922-9410 Hancock Observatory………………………………..888-875-VIEW Lincoln Park Zoo ………………………………...……312-742-2000 Museum of Science & Industry………………………773-684-1414 Navy Pier………………………………………………800-595-PIER Willis Tower Skydeck …………………………………312-875-9449 John G. Shedd Aquarium……………………………..312-939-2438 Chicago/Lake Architectural Cruises/ Historical Cruises ……………………………………...312-527-1977 Mercury Chicago’s Skyline Cruiseline……………….312-332-1368 Chicago Bears – NFL…………………………………847-615-2327 Chicago Blackhawks – NHL………………………….312-559-1212 Chicago Bulls – NBA………………………………….312-559-1212 Chicago Cubs – National Baseball League……….773-404-CUBS Chicago Fire Major League Soccer………………….312-594-7200 Chicago White Sox – American League Baseball.…312-674-1000 36

Area Golf

Naperville Golf

Other Area Courses

Country Lakes Golf Club

Arrowhead Golf Club holes 18 1601 Fairway Drive, #1 Naperville par 73 630-420-1060

26W151 Butterfield Rd holes 27 Wheaton par 72 630-653-5800

Cress Creek Country Club

Cantigny Golf & Tennis

(private) 27W270 Mack Road holes 18 Wheaton 630-668-8463 par 72 1215 Royal St George Dr. Naperville 630-355-7300

Fox Valley Golf Club

2500 N. River Rd. (Rte. 25) North Aurora 22204 W. Hassert Blvd. holes 18 630-879-1030 Plainfield par 72 Klein Creek Golf Club 630-378-4215 1N333 Pleasant Hill Rd. Winfield Naperville Country Club 630-690-0101 (private) 25W570 Chicago Ave. holes 18 Links at Carillon Naperville par 71 21200 S. Carillon Dr. 630-355-6015 Plainfield 815-886-2132 Springbrook Naperville Park District Orchard Valley 2220 W. 83rd St. holes 2411 W. Illinois Avenue 18Naperville par 72 Aurora 630-848-5060 630-907-0500

Naperbrook Naperville Park District

Tamarack Golf Club 24032 Royal Worlington Dr. Naperville 630-904-4000

White Eagle Golf Club

River Bend Golf Club

5900 S. Rte. 53 holes 18 Lisle 630-968-1920 par 70

Seven Bridges Golf Club (private) 1 Mulligan Dr. 3400 Club Dr. holes 27 Woodridge 630-964-7777 Naperville par 72 630-983-0012


holes 27 par 72

holes 18 par 72

holes 18 par 72

holes 27 par NA

holes 18 par 72

holes 9 par 36

holes 18 par 72

Naperville Health Clubs Fitness & health clubs

Bally Total Fitness 1531 N. Aurora Road 630-357-4951

Naperville Tennis and Swim Club

Bikram Yoga 1011 E. Benton Avenue 630-355-5600

Cardinal Fitness 1163 E. Ogden Avenue 630-416-7200 400 S. Main Street (2nd Floor) 630-428-9644 5019 Ace Lane 630-922-1000

Curves for Women 704 W. 5th Avenue 630-548-9005 517 W. 87th Street 630-637-9005

planet Fitness

Players Indoor Sports Center 1740 W. Quincy Avenue 630-470-6400

Precision Fitness 1292 Rickert Drive, Unit 152 630-717-0166

Edward Health & Fitness Center

REALITY FITNESS CENTER 775 Brom Drive 630-646-5900 39-1/2 W. Jefferson Ave., Suite 2 630-357-7087

Fitness together

The dailey method

Kroehler Family YMCA

universal spirit yoga

FryFamily YMCA 2120 W. 95th Street 630-904-9595

XSport FITNess 3075 Book Road, Suite 123 200 E. 5th Avenue 630-922-7400 in 5th Avenue Station 630-579-6162 heritage ymca group 34 S. Washington Street 630-420-6270 408 W. 5th Avenue 630-416-7526 2780 Fitness Drive 630-548-9400

Fieldhouse YMCA 31W290 Schoger Drive 630-585-5100

yoga energy

Jab Fitness Training, Inc.

630-355-7103 10S279 Schoger Drive 630-978-2522

L.A. Fitness 1836 Freedom Drive 630-303-9341


Area Entertainment area Entertainment/Amusements

All seasons ice arena

31W330 North Aurora Road, Naperville 630-851-0755

The best place for all of your skating needs! Public skate sessions, learnto-skate classes, hockey classes, competitive figure skating and birthday parties.

Brunswick Zone Naperville

1515 W. Aurora Avenue, Naperville 630-355-7622

A full-size carousel and other space-aged rides create a festival atmosphere at the Zone, one of the largest indoor amusement centers in Illinois. Forty bowling lanes, 17 pool tables, a sports bar and approximately 175 video games. Food and fun.

Chuck E. Cheese’s

1154 E. Ogden Avenue, Naperville 630-369-2012

Fun for kids of all ages. Features an indoor playground, arcade games, stage show with animated characters, and pizza. Available for birthday parties by reservation.


24125 111th Street, Naperville 630-922-2700

Cyberspace features a multi-level futuristic, space-themed lazer tag arena. They specialize in kids birthday parties with a target market of ages 6 to 14, sport team parties, team building seminars, corporate outings, youth groups, block parties, family fun, plus more.



Naperville Cultural center

55 S. Main Street, Suite 221 in the Mainstreet Promenade 630-696-4177

A place where people can share and appreciate the unique beauty of art, language, music, and self-expression.

Naperville Gymnastics Club

1743 Quincy Avenue, Suite 111, Naperville 630-416-7114

Fun for the whole family. Trampolines, beams, bars, balls, in ground foam pit, supervised gymnastics instruction for adults and children alike. Call for birthday party reservations. Admission charge.

Odyssey funworld

3440 Odyssey Ct., Naperville (northwest corner of I-88 & Rt. 59) 630-416-2222

Chicagoland’s largest four level interactive playland for kids 12 and younger. Adventures for kids of all ages include: Seanet Lasertrek, Max Flight Roller Coaster Simulator and many state-of-the-art video games. 600 seat restaurant, Chipper’s Cafe on site. Party packages available.


Area Entertainment/Theaters Area Entertainment Near Naperville Aurora Skate Center 34W113 Montgomery Road, Aurora l 630-898-5830


4075 Fox Valley Center Drive, Ste. 8, Aurora l 630-851-6930


1996 S. Kirk Road, Geneva l 630-262-0690

Naperville Polo Club

23700 West 119th Street, Plainfield l 815-436-9500

Movie Theaters


ogden 6 theatre

2815 Show Place Drive, Naperville 630-303-5922 Route 59 & 95th Street

Hollywood palms

1227 E. Ogden Ave., Naperville 630-357-5050 N.W. Corner of Ogden Ave. & Naper./Wheaton Rds.


352 S. Route 59 2815 Show Place Drive West Ridge Court, Naperville Naperville 630-428-5800 630-836-8265 N.E. Corner of Rt. 59 & Aurora Ave. Corner of Winfield & Diehl Rds.

Performing Arts Theaters


Pfeiffer Hall

310 E. Benton Avenue 630-637-SHOW

Wentz Concert Hall & Fine Arts Center 171 E. Chicago Avenue 630-637-SHOW

Heininger Auditorium

309 E. School Street

Meiley-Swallow Hall 31 S. Ellsworth Street 630-637-SHOW

the little theater

440 W. Aurora Ave., NCHS 630-420-6420

College of DuPage

McAninch Arts Center 425 Fawell Blvd., Glen Ellyn 630-942-4000

PARAMOUNT ARTS CENTRE 23 E. Galena Blvd., Aurora 630-896-6666

Tickets & Show Listings

league of chicago theatres

Half price, day-of-performance theater tickets. Hours/locations 312-554-9800


Internet area entertainment and restaurant guide.

Ticketmaster 40


Naperville Restaurants 5019 Ace Lane 630-922-0900


Quincy’s Restaurant

CityGate Grille

1112 E. Ogden Avenue 630-369-8035 2020 Calamos Ct. 630-718-1010

Terrace Cafe


Houlihan’s 1801 N. Naper Blvd. 630-505-4900 2860 Showplace Drive 630-536-0022

Wilma’s Cafe

SugarToad at the Arista

1224 W. Ogden Ave. 630-355-8989 2139 CityGate Ln. 630-778-TOAD


Tango Argentinean Grill

The White Chocolate Grill 5 W. Jackson Avenue 630-848-1818 1803 Freedom Drive 630-505-8300


AmericanFamily Dining

Bangkok Village

Baker’s Square 796 S. Route 59 630-355-1777

The Bistro

Courtyard By Marriott 1155 E. Diehl Rd. 630-505-0550 3103 111th Street 630-357-5133

Colonial Cafe 221 S. Washington Street 630-428-0300 760 N. Route 59 630-355-8424

China Station

1244 W. Ogden Ave 630-305-8600

China Star 8 W. Gartner Road 630-420-7722

1264 E. Chicago Ave. 630-527-8378

Chinese Kitchen

Cracker Barrel

1003-B W. Ogden Avenue 630-961-5448 1855 W. Diehl Road 630-778-6699

Cho Dang Tofu Village 1271 E. Ogden Avenue 630-848-0884

Johnny Rockets 2835 Showplace Drive 630-428-8525

Flat Top Grill 218 S. Washington Street 630-428-8400

Mimi’s Cafe 2656 Showplace Drive 630-904-2380

Ginger & Garlic

1633 N Naper Blvd. 630-799-3888

Noodles & Company 207 S. Washington Street 630-369-3332 2727 W. 75th Street 630-428-2121

Grand Mandrin Express 572 Weston Ridge Dr. 630-357-0888

House of Emperor

Panera Bread 1212 Naper Boulevard 630-983-8284


Pickerman’s Soup & Sandwich 535 Fairway Drive 630-369-4000

BD’s Mongolian Barbeque

Boraan’s of Naperville

Choo Choo Johnny’s 1191 E. Ogden Ave. 630-548-5070 2775 Showplace Drive 630-428-2121 22 E. Chicago Avenue 630-369-9756 28 W. Jefferson 630-848-1828


Naperville Restaurants 630-637-8899

Asian (Cont’d)

Joy Yee’s Noodles

Shogun Japanese Steak House

Katy’s Dumpling House

Sushi Bendo 596 S. Route 59 630-416-0871 1163 E. Ogden Avenue 630-579-6800 790 Royal Saint George Drive 630-416-1188

Kiku Japanese Steak House 2764 Aurora Avenue 630-305-3355

1512 Naper Boulevard 630-955-1081

Sushi House 175 W. Jackson Avenue 630-717-8888

Tang Dynasty

Kuma’s Asian Bistro 216 S. Washington 630-369-8500

Le Siam Restaurant 376 S. Route 59 630-718-9725 3416 S. Route 59 630-355-6688

Taste of China 2879 W. 95th Street 630-922-8288

Tokyo Bay Sushi Bar & Grill

Lee’s Chinese Garden 1550 N Route 59

Lemon Grass Thai Cuisine 1224 W. Ogden Avenue 630-355-7420 2775 Showplace Drive 630-579-8880

Tong’s Garden Restaurant 1239 E. Ogden Avenue 630-357-7120

Mapo Chinese Cuisine

Wild Tuna Contemporary Sushi

Moshi, Moshi

Yamado Japanese 1563 Naperville-Wheaton Road 630-420-1388

929 E. Ogden Avenue 630-983-3567 109 S. Main Street 630-355-5516

Yen Ching Chinese Restaurant 511 W. 87th Street 630-416-1991

Nagoya Japanese Buffet 804 S. Route 59 630-637-8881

Yin’s Wok

1935 95th Street, Unit 107C 630-355-9100

New Wok

Yu’s Bistro

1807 Wehrli Road 630 717-8898

658 S. Route 59 630-848-6998

Phat Noodles

Yum Yum Thai 614 E. Ogden Avenue 630-717-1199

1995 Springbrook Square Dr. #107

bagel shops

Big Apple Bagels

Raku Sushi Gourmet

3075 Book Rd. 630-904-5100 1783 S. Washington St. 630-420-8888 850 E. Ogden Avenue 630-357-7633

Sakura Restaurant

Einstein Brothers Bagels 1163 E. Ogden Avenue 630-357-8415

See Thru Chinese Kitchen 1567 N. Aurora Road 630-428-2668

Sesame Chinese Cuisine 3124 S. Route 59 630-778-7888 22 W. Jackson Ave. 630-416-9888 1120 E. Ogden Ave. 630-527-9882 1727 Freedom Drive 630-955-1138

Great American Bagel

Shinto Japanese Steak House 1778 N. Aurora Road 3344 S. Route 59, #104 630-420-8801

1550 N. Route 59 630-357-9581


Naperville Restaurants Tangerine Cafe


Sugar Monkey Cupcakes 28 W. Chicago Avenue 630-416-5600


Belgio’s 416 W. 5th Avenue 630-369-6100

47 E. Chicago Avenue 630-717-7227


Old Country Buffet 2835 Aurora Avenue 630-357-5514

carry out/ limited seating

Chong Ye

Colonial Caterers

931 W. 75th Street 630-717-0878 716 W. 5th Avenue 630-355-1208

Honey Baked Ham Co.

Continental Kosher Caterers 716 W. 5th Avenue 630-355-1208

1512 N. Naperville Boulevard 630-955-0500

Succulent Seafood

Cress Creek Country Club 192 W. Gartner 630-548-3474 1215 Royal Saint George Drive 630-355-7300

chocolate shop 716 W. 5th Avenue 630-416-4825 129 S. Washington Street 630-355-5720

Gaper’s Caterers

Le Chocolat Du Bouchard

My Chef Catering

coffee/tea shops 2772 Golfview Drive 630-717-1167

Arbor Vitae Cafe 3400 Club Drive 630-983-0012

Caribou Coffee 1120 E. Diehl Road 630-577-9090

White Eagle Golf Club 1523 North Aurora Road 630-961-1018 1316 N. Route 59 630-579-8274 2879 95th Street 630-904-5964


Gemato’s Wood Pit BBQ

1566 W. Ogden Avenue 630-778-9990

Fat Bean Bistro & Coffee Bar

breakfast plus

Butterfield’s Pancake House and Restaurant 1504 N. Naper Boulevard 630-955-0950

Egg Harbor Cafe 175 W. Jackson Avenue 630-548-1196


2727 W. 75th Street 630-548-1000

Grandma Sally’s Waffle and Pancake House 450 E. Ogden Avenue 630-355-7771

Juicy-O Pancake House 2035 S. Washington St. 630-470-9879

Pancake Cafe 1292 Rickert Drive 630-637-1010

4003 S. Plainfield-Naperville Road 630-357-0616

Mr. Shesha’s Coffee House 1570 W. Ogden Ave. 630-983-6600

Rosie’s Coffee & Ice Cream Parlor 3027 English Rows Avenue, #101 630-946-6364

Serenitea 3027 English Rows Avenue, #107 630-428-0040

Starbucks 42 W. Jefferson Ave. 630-778-8614 22 E. Chicago Ave. 630-527-6311 1979 McDowell Rd. (drive-thru) 630-637-6092 572 Weston Ridge Dr. (drive-thru) 630-420-1885


Naperville Restaurants Quizno’s Classic Subs

111 E. Ogden Ave. 630-717-8429 1163 E. Ogden Ave. 630-355-5884 860 W. 75th St. (drive-thru) 630-579-6102 2728 W. 75th St. (drive-thru) 630-718-0125 2936 Showplace Dr. (drive-thru) 630-922-2409 BARNES & NOBLE LOCATION: 47 E. Chicago Ave. 630-579-0200 DOMINICK’S LOCATIONS: 1555 S. North Aurora Rd. 630-637-3835 1300 S. Naper Blvd. 630-369-3890 3116 S. Route 59 630-922-1704 SUPER TARGET LOCATION: 1951 W. Jefferson Ave 630-357-0056


Ellie’s Deli

4003 S. Plainfield-Naperville Road 630-355-3354

Fontano’s Subs 1767 W. Ogden Avenue 630-717-7821

Jason’s Deli 1739 Freedom Drive, #137 630-955-1179

Jersey Mike’s Subs 2555 W. 75th Street 630-364-2982 1512 N. Naper Blvd. 630-245-7595

Spicy Pickle 1316 N. Route 59 630-369-9838

Subway 36 W. Jefferson Avenue 630-428-2244 776 S. Route 59 (Inside Walmart) 630-983-4100 936 S. Route 59 630-983-0020 1550 N. Route 59 630-416-0111 1552 N. Aurora Road 630-357-2839 1763 Freedom Drive 630-577-9104 1303 S. Naper Blvd. 630-527-0400 931 E. Ogden Ave 630-717-0070 931 W. 75th St 630-983-0755 3108 N. Route 59. 630-922-3840 2728 W. 75th Street 630-961-2000 19 W. Jefferson Avenue 630-355-9411 1620 Pebblewood Lane 630-961-3700 8 W. Gartner Road 630-355-1414


Dunkin’ Donuts

Naperville Park District Riverwalk Eatery

Located on Riverwalk by the Quarry Parking off Aurora Avenue Seasonal Hours 630-848-5000

Pita Pit

Pot Belly Sandwich Works 236 S. Washington Street 630-579-1234 2860 Showplace Drive, #118 630-904-1925

Schmaltz & Co.

Which Wich

Jimmy Johns 22 E. Chicago Avenue 630-357-7482 22 E. Chicago Ave. 630-778-9050 1523 N. Aurora Rd. 630-961-1600 1212 Naper Blvd. 630-544-5220 1991 Brookdale Rd. 630-848-0030 1580 W. Ogden Ave. 630-355-7361 602 S. Route 59 630-717-8595 1780 North Aurora Road 630-848-3201 1201 S. Naper Blvd. 630-369-2272 811 E. Ogden Ave. 630-355-0472 3108 S. Route 59 630-922-4432


Arby’s 296 S. Route 59 630-717-4944


Naperville Restaurants 1600 E. Ogden Ave. 630-416-1673 5059 Ace Lane 630-922-4277

Popeye’s Chicken & Biscuits 1309 S. Naper Blvd. 630-637-0300 950 E. Ogden Ave 630-961-1151 1992 W. Jefferson Ave. 630-420-7156 5108 Clarence Lane 630-922-9897

Boston Market

Portillo’s Restaurant

Brown’s Chicken & Pasta 660 S. Washington Street 630-420-8008

Steak N Shake

Buona 1588 Naperville-Wheaton Road 630-548-2333

Burger King 506 S. Washington St. 630-717-1261 1304 S. Naper Blvd. 630-637-1880 2040 Aurora Ave. 630-527-9931 2060 95th St. 630-904-9039 1232 W. Ogden Avenue 630-305-0931

Five Guys Burger and Fries 22 E. Chicago Avenue 630-355-1850

Johnny’s Red Hots 4931 S. Route 59 630-717-8301

Frozen treats

Baskin Robbins

Meat Heads Burgers & Fries 516 N. River Rd. 630-778-9919 892 W. 75th St. 630-527-8547 1520 N. Naper Blvd. 630-505-0220 3232 S. Route 59 630-922-3500 1298 S. Naper Blvd. 630-961-9660

Nicky’s Red Hots & Gyros 335 E. Ogden Avenue 630-527-1200 1283 Rickert Drive 630-778-0077 1560 N. Route 59 630-961-9683 820 E. Ogden Avenue 630-355-9611 1589 N. Naperville-Wheaton Road 630-355-9373 3028 Reflection Drive 630-904-2675



McDonalds 1287 Rickert Drive 630-357-6954 2775 Aurora Avenue 630-355-6684 3028 Reflection Dr. 630-922-1633

The Melting Pot of Naperville 4931 S. Route 59 630-904-2800 2555 W. 75th St. 630-355-6066

Taco Bell


Dino’s Restaurant 1200 S. Naper Blvd. 630-961-8288 3028 Reflection Dr. 630-922-1633 1620 N. Route 59 630-428-3838 1991 Brookdale Rd. 630-848-0030 1580 W. Ogden Ave. 630-355-7361 602 S. Route 59 630-717-8595 3108 S. Route 59 630-922-4432

Cold Stone Creamery 23 W. Jefferson Avenue 630-369-5646

Cookie Dough Creations 22 W. Chicago Avenue 630-369-4833

Corner Shoppe Ice Cream 2835 Showplace Dr. 630-470-9256


Naperville Restaurants Frozen treats (cont’d)

Dairy Queen 1817 Wehrli Road 630-369-2523 2735 Hassert Boulevard 630-922-3737 1002 N. Washington St. 630-946-6061 132 Plainfield Naperville Rd. 630-355-1904

1555 N. Aurora Road 630-637-3835 1300 S. Naper Boulevard 630-369-3890 3116 S. Route 59 630-922-1693

Garden Fresh Market 955 W. 75th Street 630-961-9204

Jewel 1759 W. Ogden Avenue 630-637-0490 127 E. Ogden Avenue 630-420-1818 1227 S. Naper Boulevard 630-961-9050 2855 W. 95th Street 630-904-5119


24 W. Jefferson Avenue 630-848-7500

Haagen-Dazs 30 W. Jefferson 630-428-7600

Jamba Juice 22 E. Chicago Avenue 630-357-6798

Michael’s Fresh Market 856 S. Route 59 630-637-3800

Maggie Moo’s 2555 W. 75th Street 630-355-7600

River Hill Food Mart 1250 W. Ogden Ave. 630-527-9245

Oberweis Dairy 760 N. Route 59 630-904-2600 2879 95th St. 630-922-7756

Sam’s Club 808 S. Route 59 630-527-0880

Red Mango

Whole Foods Market

Robek’s Juice

Cuisine of India 2607 W. 75th Street 630-579-7700 111 W. Jackson Avenue 630-904-0994

indian 2936 Showplace Drive 630-637-0345 1255 E. Ogden Avenue 630-548-9440


Curry Leaf Fine Indian Cuisine 1807 S. Washington Street 630-416-8229 1904 Brookdale Road 630-305-9800

Tutto Dolce

Indian Harvest

1163 E. Odgen Avenue 630-717-8003

grocers/catering services

Caputo’s Fresh Market 796 Royal St. George Drive 630-579-9500

Swagat Indian Cuisine 3115 111th Street (Rt. 59 & 111th St.) 630-620-4444 1570 W. Ogden Avenue 630-420-7565 124 W. Gartner Road 630-369-1686 1021 W. Ogden Avenue 630-579-9600

Casey’s Foods

Vegetarian Harvest Cafe

Costco Wholesale

internet cafe 1320 S. Route 59 630-637-0119


Ntwlink iCafe 1268 E. Chicago Avenue 630-718-1399 3075 Brook Rd. Suite 139 630-718-1795


Naperville Restaurants italian

Angeli’s Italian Ristorante 1478 E. Chicago Avenue 630-420-1370

Pitaville 1552 North Aurora Road 630-717-5200

Barnelli’s Pasta Bowl

Raffi’s on 5th

Biaggi’s Ristorante Italiano

Tasso’s Modern Greek Cuisine 200 E. Fifth Avenue 630-961-8203 1992 W. Jefferson Avenue 630-305-0355 2725 Showplace Drive 630-428-8500

220 S. Washington Street 630-355-8852

That Pita Place 1603 North Aurora Road 630-369-PITA (7842)

Cafe Buonaro’s

300 E. 5th Avenue 630-717-0006

mexican/ southwestern

Carrabba’s Italian Grill 944 S. Route 59 630-355-3234

Chipotle Mexican Grill 2112 Winding River Road 630-904-7500

El Burrito Loco

Dolce Amore

La Sorella Di Francesca 18 W. Jefferson Avenue 630-961-2706 598 S. Route 59 630-527-1187 4931 S. Route 59 630-922-6550 1847 Freedom Drive 630-536-2270

Mia Francesca Passaggio 3124 S. Route 59, Suite 158 630-946-0600

Rosebud Italian Speciality & Pizzeria 22 E. Chicago Ave. 630-548-9800

Trattoria Totuccio 2155 CityGate Lane 630-355-4800

La Hacienda 2740 W. 75th Street 630-428-2617

Las Palmas Mexican 1150 E. Ogden Avenue 630-717-9030

The Mexican Grille 1550 N. Route 59 630-357-3663

Traverso’s 2523 S. Plainfield-Naperville Road 630-305-7747


Kosta’s Mediterranean Cafe Laurel Mediterranean Grill 1739 Freedom Drive 630-904-7200

1015 E. Ogden Avenue 630-355-8888 15 W. Jefferson Avenue 630-369-5218 620 S. State Route 59 630-355-2818

Naf-Naf Grill

El Hogar

Front Street Cantina

Olive Garden 1163 E. Ogden Ave. 630-946-6656 967 W. 75th Street 630-416-7525

El Famous Burrito

Maggiano’s Little Italy

3124 S. Route 59 630-922-8760 22 E. Chicago Avenue 630-718-9420

On The Border 1915 Glacier Park Avenue 630-428-7603

Pepe’s Mexican Restaurant 1270 E. Chicago Avenue 630-420-0732

Potter’s Place 29 W. Jefferson Avenue 630-355-9165

Taco Fresco


Naperville Restaurants 2860 Showplace Drive 630-470-9900 1763 Freedom Drive 630-955-0900


Donati’s Pizza

new orleans/cajun

Heaven on Seven

Giordano’s 119 S. Main Street 630-428-2111 3224 S. Route 59 630-904-9800 224 S. Main Street 630-717-0777

night clubs

Club Mamalu

Jet’s Pizza 10 W. Chicago Avenue 630-416-3310 3344 S. Route 59, #114 630-904-7777

Esteban’s 1550 N. Route 59 630-579-3262

Frankie’s Blue Room 16 W. Chicago Avenue 630-416-4898

Little Ceaser’s

(take out/delivery only) 1010 N. Washington Street 630-357-3393 3075 Book Road, #135 630-904-9243

Little Italian Naperville

Jilly’s Piano Bar 373 E. Bailey Road 630-983-8200 103 S. Main Street 630-355-1001 (take out/delivery only) 10344 Route 59 630-904-4242

Rizzo’s 6 W. Jefferson Avenue 630-305-4396

Little Sicilian Pizza

Two Nine 29 W. Jefferson Avenue 630-961-2929


Adamo’s Pizza & Pasta 1550 N. Route 59 630-369-8600

Aurelio’s Family Pizzeria

(carry out/delivery only) 931 W. 75th Street, Suite 119 630-369-6274

Braconi’s Pizzeria

227 E. Ogden Ave 630-357-9000

(take out/delivery only) 1037 W. Ogden Avenue 630-579-9200

Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria 131 W. Jefferson Avenue 630-717-0700 2879 95th Street (take out/delivery only) 630-904-4222

Nancy’s Pizza 1275 Rickert Drive 630-355-8774 796 Royal Saint George Drive 630-717-9530

Nancy’s Pizza of Naperville 2735 111th St. 630-922-3300

Cassano’s Pizza

Old Town Pizza

Chuck E. Cheese’s

Papa John’s Pizza

421 E. Ogden Ave 630-305-0300 1154 E. Ogden Avenue 630-369-2012

Connie’s Pizza 1170 E. Iroquois Drive 630-357-8807

Domino’s Pizza

(take out/delivery only) 2035 S. Washington Street 2959 Artesian Road 630-922-4600 (carry out/delivery only) 1220 W. Ogden Avenue 630-305-7272

Pieroni’s Pizza

541 W. 87th Street 630-983-8414

Pizza Hut

924 W. 75th street 630 305-8200


Naperville Restaurants Last Call Sports Bar & Grill

pizza (cont’d) 1550 N. Route 59 630-305-3606

Roccos Pizza

(take out/delivery only) 19 W. Gartner 630-369-8899

Miss Kitty’s Saloon 634 E. Ogden Avenue 630-357-2420

Rosati’s Pizza 406 W. 5th Avenue 630-305-3500

Orazio Pub 333 N. Center Street 630-357-4350

Sarpino’s Pizza 1567 North Aurora Road 630-778-8808

Peanuts Bar & Grill

22 W. Chicago Avenue 630-369-5200

Slice 360 22 E. Chicago Avenue, #119 630-637-9180

Quigley’s Irish Pub 43 E. Jefferson Avenue 630-428-4774

Taylor Street Pizza 535 Fairway Drive 630-637-1200

Show-Me’s 1126 E. Ogden Avenue 630-778-8797

Uncle Pete’s Pizza 815 N. Washington Street 630-357-5111

The Lantern Tavern & Grill 8 W. Chicago Avenue 630-355-7099

pubs & grills

Bar Louie 22 E. Chicago Avenue 630-983-1600

Tommy Nevin’s Irish Pub & Grill 16 W. Jefferson Avenue 630-717-0400

Total Sports Bar & Grill 2555 W. 75th Street 630-369-9464

Wing Stop 264 S. Route 59 630-355-0566

Your Neighbors

BlackFinn American Saloon

Buffalo Wild Wings

Chili’s Grill & Bar

Crosstown Pub & Grill 3032 English Rows Avenue 630-428-4242 523 Fairway Drive 630-983-5400 2695 Forgue Drive 630-717-WING (9464) 931 W. 75th Street 630-369-9662

seafood 909 E. Ogden Avenue 630-357-9775

Catch 35 1550 N. Route 59 630-961-5350

Hugo’s Frog Bar & Fish House

Danny’s Pub & Grill

Distinctive Cork 192 W. Gartner Road 630-753-WINE (9463)

Features Bar & Grill 10 W. Chicago Avenue 630-416-3310

Grumpy Bulldog 7 W. Jackson Avenue 630-922-8040

Jimmy’s Grill 245 S. Washington Street 630-548-2500 35 S. Washington Street 630-717-3500 55 S. Main Street 630-548-3764

spanish tapas

Macarena Tapas

618 S. Route 59 630-420-8995

Meson Sabika

1025 N. Aurora Avenue 630-983-3000 steak


Naperville Restaurants Morton Steakhouse

Ted’s Montana Grill

1751 Freedon Drive 630-577-1372

39 W. Jefferson Avenue 630-848-2255

Outback Steakhouse

Texas Roadhouse

2855 W. Ogden Avenue 630-778-6290

Sullivan’s Steakhouse

244 S. Main Street 630-305-0230

2856 Patriot’s Lane 630-778-0960

Walker’s Charhouse

8 W. Gartner Road 630-637-9688

Naperville Shopping Districts

downtown naperville SHOPPING DISTRICT 630-544-3372 55 S. Main St., Suite 357

Downtown Naperville is recognized as one of the most exciting and popular shopping and dining destinations in the Midwest! Situated in a picturesque setting along the rolling DuPage River, Downtown Naperville is a vibrant shopping and dining mecca with a unique mix of locally-owned shops and restaurants, nationally recognized retail names, and exclusive national concept stores. If business or pleasure brings you to Naperville, experiencing Downtown Naperville should be at the very top of your list!


Route 59 (111th St. to Ferry Road) 630-305-7701

All along Route 59 from 111th St. to Ferry Rd. you’ll find a wide variety of outdoor shopping centers full of dining and shopping opportunities. From large retailers to small specialty stores, you will find just what you are looking for in this area of Naperville.

ogden avenue (route 34) SHOPPING DISTRICT

Ogden Ave. (Route 59 to Naper Boulevard) 630-305-7701 The Ogden Avenue Shopping District and its miles of businesses include restaurants, grocery stores, pharmacies, dry cleaners, car rental agencies, and a large variety of other stores and outdoor malls. Odgen Avenue, Route 34, has been an established Naperville shopping area for years offering shoppers an array of products and services.


Be sure to pick up a Shopping District Directory for information on shopping, dining and attractions in Naperville. The Directories are available at all Naperville hotels, the Municpal Center (City Hall) and the Naperville Convention & Visitors Bureau. For more information about the shopping directories, please contact the Naperville Convention & Visitors Bureau toll free at 1-877-23NAPER. 2009 - 2010

2010 - 2011


Higher Education BENEDICTINE UNIVERSITY Moser College of Adult and Professional Studies 1832 Centre Point Circle 630-829-6200

Benedictine University was founded by the monks of St. Procopius Abbey in 1887. Today, Benedictine enrolls more than 3,200 undergraduate and 1,900 graduate students. Benedictine’s Moser College of Adult and Professional Studies addresses the educational needs of adult students by developing and providing engaging, relevant and accelerated programs designed to enhance leadership skills and promote life-long learning. Adult students have access to Benedictine’s extensive online library, Internet-based tutoring assistance, peer study groups, the Student Success Center and career services. Benedictine’s Moser College also features more than 7,500 rentable square feet equipped with the latest technology including “Smart Boards,” personal computers and wireless Internet access.

college of dupage - naperville center 1223 Rickert Drive 630-942-4700

College of DuPage Naperville Center, a comprehensive community college, is located on the south side of Rickert Drive. Meeting space is available.

DePaul University

Naperville Campus 150 W. Warrenville Road 630-548-9378 Founded in 1898 by the Congregation of the Mission, commonly known as the Vincentians, DePaul is the largest Catholic university in America. Today DePaul’s 20,547 students reflect a wide diversity of ethnic, religious and economic backgrounds. Technology and business curriculums are emphasized among the university’s more than 130 undergraduate and graduate programs, all of which are accredited by the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges and other degree-specific accrediting bodies. Providing convenient access to education for the part-time adult student is an important goal for DePaul and is the driving force behind the university’s expansion to five suburban locations. DePaul’s Naperville Campus provides conference and meeting space in a state-of-the-art facility at affordable rental rates.

DeVry University

Naperville Center 2056 Westings Ave., Ste. 40 Naperville, IL 60563 630-428-9086 Situated in the CityGate Centre between Ferry and Diehl Roads, just east of Route 59 and north of the East-West Tollway (I-88), DeVry Naperville Center serves students who live or work in the western suburbs with undergraduate and graduate degree programs in some of today’s fastest growing career fields. The Naperville Center offers spacious classrooms, a computer lab with online access and a lounge and vending area. 51

Higher Education University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Business & Industry Services Naperville Campus 1100 E. Warrenville Road Naperville, Illinois 60563 (630) 505-0500

The University of Illinois Extension will operate its new Business and Industry Services from the Naperville Center. The UI Business and Industry Services is a consulting group supported by UI Extension that helps organizations grow and thrive by offering companywide strategic business improvement solutions. The Naperville center offers for-credit graduate programs in engineering and computer science.

North Central College 30 N. Brainard Street

(2 blocks east of Downtown Naperville)


North Central College is making plans to celebrate its Sesquicentennial! The academic year 2011-2012 promises to be a memorable milestone for the College, with special events, publications and displays on campus designed to remind alumni, students, faculty, friends and community members of the rich traditions that began with the founding of Plainfield College 150 years ago in 1861. North Central College is an independent, comprehensive college of the liberal arts and sciences that offers more than 55 undergraduate majors and graduate programming in six areas. Located in the Historic District of Naperville, Illinois, North Central College is just 28 miles west of Chicago’s Loop. With more than 2,600 undergraduates and 300 graduate students, North Central College is committed to academic excellence, a climate that emphasizes leadership, ethics, values and service, a curriculum that balances job-related knowledge with a liberal arts foundation and a caring environment with small classes. North Central College is affiliated with the United Methodist Church.


•One of “America’s Best Colleges” by U.S. News & World Report, which cites it as one of the top six schools in the Midwest for “strong commitment to undergraduate teaching” •Ranked as “a college for high-achieving students” by Peterson’s Competitive Colleges •Among a select number of schools profiled in Kaplan’s Unofficial Insider’s Guide to the 320 Most Interesting Colleges •One of Princeton Reviews “Best in the Midwest” Colleges.

Northern Illinois University Naperville 1120 East Diehl Road Naperville, IL 60563 630-577-9101

Whether you’re continuing your education by completing a degree, making a career change, or pursuing a graduate degree while working, NIU offers classes in your area to fulfill your needs. NIU’s classes are offered in the evenings and weekends, or are available online. With NIU, you can change your life one class at a time. NIU Naperville is also a full service conference center, ideal for business and association meetings.


Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n Burlington Northern Santa Fe train stations Metra Commuter Train to Chicago……………… Metra Passenger Services……………………………..312-322-6777 105 E. 4th Ave., Naperville……………………………..630-355-4409 6S310 Rt. 59, Aurora……………………………….......630-820-7408 Amtrak National Rail Passenger Service 105 E. 4th Ave., Naperville Station Information…………………………………….. 630-357-9114 Reservations & Schedule………………………………800-872-7245 PACE Suburban Bus Service…………………..847-364-7223 Metra & PACE are part of the RTA System. RTA Travel Info Center………………………………….312-836-7000 Illinois Road Conditions & Travel Information (IDOT)……………………..312-368-4636 Illinois Tollway............................................................. 630-241-6800 Limousine & Taxi Services 303 Taxi...................................................................... 847-303-0303 AAA Expres................................................................ 630-355-4411 AAAA Amazing Taxi.................................................... 630-696-7285 AD&S Taxi.................................................................. 630-688-8833 American Taxi Dispatch.............................................. 847-259-1555 George’s Taxi.............................................................. 630-400-8868 NaperBill Taxi.............................................................. 630-901-4640 Naperville Best Taxi Inc.............................................. 630-518-1859 Naperville DuPage Taxi.............................................. 630-961-3232 Naperville Taxi Inc...................................................... 630-355-5959 Sam’s Taxi and Limo Service..................................... 708-705-5994 Stars N Stripes Taxi & Limo Inc.................................. 630-470-8151 Universal Taxi Dispatch.............................................. 630-617-5400 airline passenger Reservations & Information American Airlines........................................................ 800-433-7300 US Airways................................................................. 800-428-4322 British Airways............................................................ 800-247-9297 Continental Airlines..................................................... 800-523-3273 Delta Air Lines/KLM/Air France.................................. 800-221-1212 Delta Air Lines/KLM/Air France.................................. 800-225-2525 Southwest Airlines...................................................... 800-435-9792 United Airlines............................................................ 800-241-6522 Airports O’Hare International Airport........................................ 800-832-6352 Midway International Airport....................................... 773-838-0600 53


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