Updated 3:39 pm, July 9, 2014

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Have brunch or lunch
Blueberry Hill Cafe A simple, friendly place to start the day, Blueberry Hill serves breakfast and lunch favorites. Even the pickiest of eaters will find something tasty, from fruit-topped pancakes to grilled sandwiches and soups.

Check out books and events
Homer Glen Library Read from a wide selection of books for kids and adults or pop into storytime hour. Older kids can participate in events that range from Lego building to movies to magic shows.

Picnic for the parents; playground for the kids
Stonebridge Park Kids can play horse or one-on-one on the lit basketball and tennis courts or climb all over the playground while parents take a time-out in the nearby picnic area.

Stop for dinner
Great American Pizza Tuck into a thin-crust, deep-dish or even garlic butter-deep-dish pie topped with anything from pepperoni and sausage to pineapple and Canadian bacon.

Gaze at the stars
Trantina Farm This family-friendly farm offers biannual stargazing events, hosted by local astronomy clubs. If you miss the event, the park is also home to playgrounds, scenic gardens, a limestone trail, and autumn Harvest Days.