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Our Indoor Farmers Markets are held inside Fellowship Hall at 1st Congregational Church located at 11628 E Main St, Huntley from 9 am-1 pm. Offerings include produce, baked goods, honey, jams, and more! A complete list of vendors can be found here.
Don’t Be Fooled 5k for Special Olympics: April 6
Help us raise money and awareness for Special Olympics Illinois with a fun run, trot, or stroll around downtown Huntley. To purchase tickets, donate, or learn more about this event, click here.
- 7:45 am - 8:45 am: Registration/Check-in
- 8:50 am: Torch Lighting Ceremony
- 9:00 am: Don't Be Fooled 5K begins
Join us around the pond near the Municipal Complex as we plant a tree or two in celebration of Arbor Day! This event will take place at 4:30 pm.
Do a little spring cleaning with Green and Clean Huntley Day! Residents will have the opportunity to take advantage of the following services from 9am-Noon.
- Electronics recycling
- Document destruction
- Spring cleaning drop off
- Eyeglass collection and recycling
- Gently used book drive
- ColorCycle marker recycling
- And free mulch pickup
Ladies, join us for an evening out in Huntley! Pre-registration for this event is NOT required. The first 200 ladies checking in will receive extra goodies. The fun starts on May 2nd when you check in at the Legion Hall (11712 Coral St) to receive your game board and map of participating businesses. Then visit as many businesses as you wish and get your game card stamped at each location. Don't forget to save your receipts too for extra raffle tickets. For every 10 stamps, you’ll get a raffle ticket for the free drawings at the end of the evening.
Cop on a Rooftop will take place at the two Huntley Dunkin locations, 12090 Princeton Drive and 9800 Route 47 from 5 a.m. to noon. For the 21st year, the police department will participate in the Cop on a Rooftop to raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics Illinois.
Dive into the local flavors at the Huntley Farmers' Market. Discover fresh produce, artisanal crafts, and tasty treats from regional vendors. It's not just a market; it's a community gathering where you can support local businesses and enjoy the best Huntley has to offer. Farmer's markets take place in downtown Huntley along Coral Street. A complete list of vendors can be found here.
Groove to the rhythm of summer with our free outdoor concert series. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs to the Huntley Square and enjoy a variety of musical genres, from rock and blues to country and jazz.
- June 25: Johnny Russler & the Beach Bum Band
- July 2: Billy Elton
- July 9: The Blooze Brothers
- July 16: Radio Gaga
- July 23: One of These Nights
- July 30: Wedding Banned
- August 6: Hi Infidelity
- August 13: Bopology
Join us on Saturday, June 29 for a fun day with the whole family! The Market will take place rain or shine. We look forward to seeing you in downtown Huntley on Coral Street.
Join us on July 4 for an Independence Day Fireworks Show at Deicke Park. The show will start at about 9:30 pm but come early for the festivities!
The Huntley Police Department will be on-site in support of the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Illinois Special Olympics. During “Tip a Cop,” members of the Police Department and Special Olympic Athletes will be on-site to collect donations and raise awareness for Special Olympics.
This event shines a light on the Village of Huntley’s Public Works Department with a touch-a-truck event and more!
Enjoy a free movie in Parisek Park featuring Moana! The movie begins at dusk, but bring blankets, chairs, and your favorite foods to enjoy a picnic before and during the movie. The Hawaiian Food Truck will be here too!
Each summer, our Bike Patrol officers lead other cyclists on the Bike Huntley ride. This event takes participants over some of our many biking paths and through some of our beautiful parks. The entire ride is approximately 8.5 miles and will take about an hour for the average rider to complete.
National Night Out is a community-building campaign, held annually on the first Tuesday of August, that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, and better places to live. Events include a Police vs. fire softball game, and a National Night Out gathering in Town Square.
The Huntley Hootenanny celebrates the farm roots of Huntley and provides an exciting glow atmosphere to engage the community. We are excited to have our community gather again this September for some great fun in support of an important cause. This year we expect to reach our cap of 3,000 Hootenanners quickly! Our goal and mission, with your partnership, is to raise as many funds as possible to fill classroom initiative grants and student scholarships for continuing education.
Bring the little ones Trick-or-Treating at the businesses around the square on Halloween Day from 10 am to 3 pm! There will be lots of treats and special promotions just for you, so follow the orange balloons to the participating businesses!
Join us on Saturday, November 10 at the Honoring our Veterans Collection Event & Ceremony. Collection in the square will take place from 10 am-1 pm and the Veteran’s Day Ceremony will take place at 11 am.
Start the day off with the Huntley Rotary Club Running of the Elves and our Kris Kringle Market. Then join us in the evening for a pasta dinner at Legion Post 673, holiday shopping, train rides, reindeer, cocoa, the lighting of the trees and gazebo in the Town Square, fireworks, and Santa!
Ladies, join us for an evening out in Huntley! Ring in the holidays with a night of fun, pampering, special promotions and so much more. Pre-registration for this event is NOT required! The first 200 ladies checking in will receive extra goodies. The fun starts when you check in at the Legion Hall (11712 Coral St) to receive your game board and map of participating businesses. Then visit as many businesses as you wish and get your game card stamped at each location. Don't forget to save your receipts too for extra raffle tickets. For every 10 stamps, you’ll get a raffle ticket for the free drawings at the end of the evening.
Wreaths Across America: December 14
Wreaths Across America is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping families honor their loved ones by sending wreaths to cemeteries, monuments and state houses across the country.
We look forward to seeing you at our special events this year. For additional details regarding any of the events mentioned above, please contact Steve Skurski, Community Engagement Coordinator, at sskurski@Huntley.il.us or 847-515-5262