Oct 052017
 

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Randhurst Village, at the corner of Rand and Elmhurst Roads in Mount Prospect, will present its annual Halloween Fall Festival, a free family festival featuring fun activities and events including a pet costume parade, exotic owls from the Stillman Nature Center, performances and fun crafts on Saturday, October 21 from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The festivities kick-off in center court (between The Children’s Place and Carson’s) along Randhurst Village Drive at 11:30 am and continue until 4 pm. The event opens with a costume pet parade, sponsored by the Daily Herald. Prizes will be awarded to the top three entries. Registration opens at 11:30 am in front of AMC Theatre. For more information, visit http://events.dailyherald.com/.

More free family fun begins at 1 pm with pumpkin decorating stations, keepsake hats made by you with the help from the Rad Hatter, stunning live owls will join the fun, along with other awesome performances. Take a break and enjoy a horse-drawn wagon ride, treats from some Randhurst Village restaurants and more. Everything will take place outside Carson’s south exit in the street and courtyard area.

New features this year include an energetic Balloon Show by Magical Balloon Dude Dale. A show for all ages blends comedy, artistry and music in a one-man balloon show with incredible balloon designs. The 30-minute show will begin at 1:30 pm. At 2:30 pm, the stage turns over to Ryan Freeman and team from RC Juggles Entertainment for an astonishing and enjoyable Magic Show. Guests will be amazed by illusions, impossible escapes, mind reading and comedy.

The free event will also feature the engaging Rad Hatter, Tony Melendez, who will teach kids and parents how to create their own over-the- top, spectacularly designed keepsake hats.  Stop by the pumpkin decorating stations and take home your own pumpkin! (Pumpkins for kids only, one per person.)

Special guests will again include majestic owls from the Stillman Nature Center in South Barrington.   Spice up your Halloween look with a visit to one of our glitter tattoo artists and take a ride on the horse-drawn wagon through Randhurst Village. 

Guests will be dazzled by the sand sculpture created by The Sand Sculpture Company in Woodstock, IL. They are the current record holder for the World’s Tallest Hand Built Sculpture by the Guinness Book of World Records, and pending a record for the World’s Tallest Sand Sculpture at 34’ 8 5/8”. Master sculptor Ted Siebert will create a scary sculpture of Frankenstein and his family – watch it unfold beginning October13 in front of AMC Theatre. 

Randhurst Village is located at the intersection of Rand Road (Rt. 12) and Elmhurst Road (Rt. 83) in Mt. Prospect, IL 60056.

For more information, visit www.RandhurstVillage.com or call (847) 259-0500. Follow on Facebook and Twitter.

Mark Spreyer stopped by WGN TV Morning News prior to the fest to chat about some feathery friends, and Magical Ballon Dude Dale and Jonathan from RCJuggle Entertainment also made an appearance to get viewers excited for the weekend’s festivities. Check it out below:

Aug 162017
 

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Randhurst Village (intersection of Rand and Elmhurst Roads in Mount Prospect) is bringing together local community groups, stores and restaurants as well as special entertainment and presentations for a day filled with family-friendly fun in a one of a kind outdoor event in its Second Annual Street Fest event Saturday September 9 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Celebrate the Centennial Celebration for Mount Prospect at this free event!

The fest will take place on Randhurst Village Drive beginning at Center Court and ending in front of AMC Randhurst theatres. This section of the Drive will be closed to vehicular traffic during the event. Guests are invited to bring their own chairs to enjoy the live performances.

Come early and stay all day. In honor of the Centennial, the first 500 guests will be treated with free birthday cake. And, every 100 minutes, a $100 gift certificate for a Randhurst Village store or restaurant will be given away.

The fun begins at 11 a.m., when the Daily Herald’s Matt Avery presents cars from the 1920s – taking guests back in time to when Mount Prospect was founded. Matt Avery, who weekly tells the stories of cars and their owners, will interview owners and showcase their vehicles.

Get ready to rock out with this year’s Street Fest headliner and area favorite 7th Heaven. The beloved band has charted #1 on the Midwest Billboard Charts three times in the past three years. 7th Heaven’s songs have been heard on over 7 radio stations in Chicagoland with their hits “Time of Our Lives”, “Stoplight”, “Better This Way” and “Sing”. They are also known for the famous “30 Songs in 30 Minutes” medley of songs from the 70’s and 80’s. 7th Heaven will be performing at Street Fest from 2 to 4 p.m.

The day will be filled with even more dance and musical performances by local community groups and young rising stars throughout the day. Performers include The Mount Prospect Park District’s Dance Ensembles, Trinity Irish Dancers, Forest View Elementary Choirs, Holmes Junior High School, and an amazing group of finalists from the Daily Herald’s Suburban Chicago’s Got Talent contest.

Enjoy food tastings and demonstrations by Randhurst Village establishments. Restaurants include: BlackFinn Ameripub, Buffalo Wild Wings, e+o food and drink, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Truco Taqueria and Outback Steakhouse. Participating retailers include: AMC Theatres, Carters, Orange Theory Fitness, PetSmart and many more.

A variety of non-profit and civic organizations will be onsite providing information on their unique services and offering interactive activities for the whole family. These wonderful groups provide a wide variety of support and education for the needs of the local community including, food for needy families, cancer and grief support, community care and education. Other organizations include: Lemons of Love, Lutheran Charities KARE-9 Military Dogs, Mount Prospect Fire Department, Mount Prospect Public Library, Mount Prospect Park District, Mount Prospect Police Department, River Trails Park District and The Kids Pantry.

Rounding out the day’s festivities will be old-fashioned carnival games, plus fun inflatables and yard games.

Performance times, non-profit activities and event info on stores and restaurants are subject to change. Stay up to date by visiting randhurstvillage.com for more information, or call Randhurst Village offices at 847-259-0500.

Randhurst Village is the exciting redevelopment of Randhurst Mall featuring more than 50 stores and restaurants, and is located at the intersection of Rand and Elmhurst Roads in Mount Prospect.

Aug 262016
 

Randhurst Village (located at the intersection of Rand and Elmhurst Roads in Mount Prospect) is bringing together local community groups, stores and restaurants as well as special entertainment and presentations for a day filled with family-friendly fun in a one-of-a-kind outdoor event in its first ever Randhurst Village Street Fest event Saturday September 10 from noon to 5 p.m.

This free event will take place on Randhurst Village Drive beginning at Center Court near Charming Charlie and ending in front of AMC Randhurst theatres. This section of the Drive will be closed to vehicular traffic during the event. Guests are invited to bring their own chairs to enjoy the live performances.

The fun begins at noon, when the Daily Herald’s Matt Avery presents exceptional classic cars with their original owners. Matt Avery, who weekly tells the stories of cars and their owners, will interview owners and showcase their autos.

From 3 – 5 p.m., rock out with this year’s Street Fest headliner Modern Day Romeos. The Top 40 cover band and local fan favorite’s set-list includes Motown classics, metal anthems, classic rock treasures, 80’s favorites, 90’s gems, and the top hits of the 2000’s with their own special style and twist!

amyboylephotography_ABP_4617 The day will be filled with dance and musical performances by local community groups and young rising stars throughout the day. Performers include The Mount Prospect Park District’s Dance Ensembles, Trinity Irish Dancers, Forest View Elementary Choirs, Holmes Junior High School, and an amazing group of finalists from the Daily Herald’s Suburban Chicago’s Got Talent contest.

Food tastings and demonstrations will be offered by popular Randhurst Village restaurants including: BlackFinn Ameripub, Buffalo Wild Wings, e+o food and drink, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Nothing Bundt Cakes and Outback Steakhouse. Shop or experience participating retail stores include Bed, Bath and Beyond, Charming Charlie, Costco, Maurices, Orange Theory Fitness and PetSmart.

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A variety of non-profit and civic organizations will be onsite providing information on their unique services and offering interactive activities for the whole family. These wonderful groups provide a wide variety of support and education for the needs of the local community including, food for needy families, cancer and grief support, community care and education. Organizations include: Lemons of Love, Lutheran Charities K-9 Comfort Dogs and KARE K-9 Military Dogs, MISS Foundation, Mount Prospect Fire Department, Mount Prospect Public Library, Mount Prospect Park District, Mount Prospect Police Department, River Trails Park District and The Kids Pantry.

Rounding out the day’s festivities will be face painting, balloon art, magic tricks and juggling; plus fun inflatables for the kids and yard games for the adults. 

Performance times, non-profit activities and event info on stores and restaurants are subject to change. Stay up to date by visiting www.randhurstvillage.com or call Randhurst Village at 847-259-0500.

Randhurst Village, a Chicago PR client, is the exciting redevelopment of Randhurst Mall featuring more than 50 stores and restaurants, and is located at the intersection of Rand and Elmhurst Roads in Mount Prospect.

Mar 072016
 

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Randhurst Village, A Molise PR client located at the intersection of Elmhurst and Rand Roads in Mount Prospect, announces the launch of Randhurst Restaurant Week, March 13 – 19.

Eleven restaurants and eateries will offer specials and prix-fixe menus. With the offers and menus designed to add savings of up to $12 per person, this is a great chance to try one of the new hot dining spots at Randhurst or take a treat home.

Full menus and special offers are found at RandhurstVillage.com/restaurants. 

E+O Menu

Participating restaurants are offer three-course lunch and dinner prix fixe menus ranging from $12.99 to $35:

Lunch: $15 per person

Choice of Starter, Entrée, Dessert, Coffee, Tea or Soda

Dinner: $35 per person

Choice of Starter, Entrée, Dessert, Beverage (house wine, domestic drafts, coffee, tea or soda.

For reservations, call 847-398-5501

Lunch: $15 per person

Soup, Sushi Rolls, Main Course

Dinner: $35 per person

Starter, Salad, Main Course, Dessert

For reservations, call 847-398-3636

Lunch or Dinner: $12.99 per person

3 courses

For reservations, call 847-541-4329

Lunch: $15 per person, 3 courses

Dinner, $35 per person, 3 courses

For reservations, call 847-577-8226

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Food specialty and take-out restaurants are also participating in Restaurant Week:

  • Buffalo Wild Wings: $5 off a $25 food purchase
  • Jersey Mikes Subs: Buy one regular sandwich at regular price and get a second one FREE
  • Steak ‘n Shake: $5.99 Meal: Double Steakburger, 2 sides and a Regular Classic Milkshake
  • Naf Naf Grill: Free Soup or Fries with a purchase of s pita sandwich or bowl
  • Menchies FrozenYogurt: Buy One Get One Half Off.
  • Nothing Bundt Cakes: Buy one Bundtlet, Get One Free
  • Subway: $3 any 6” sub, BOGO 6” sub with purchase of fountain drink, any 2 footlongs for $11

For coupons, visit Randhurst Village.com/restaurants.

Randhurst Village, located at the intersection of Elmhurst and Rand Roads in Mount Prospect, features more than 50 stores and restaurants as well as banks and offices. For more information, visit RandhurstVillage.com or call 847-259-0500.

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Nov 032014
 

Molise PR Chicago client Randhurst Village, at the corner of Rand and Elmhurst Roads in Mount Prospect, hosted their third annual Hoots and H’Owls, a family festival that offered a variety of entertaining and fun activities on Saturday, October 18.

The festivities began in Center Court along Randhurst Village Drive at 1 p.m. and continued until 4 p.m.

This was a free event that featured face-painting, balloon twisting, stilt-walkers and an extra-special guest, the Candy Sculptor, one of only 5 in the world who still practice this Asian art.  Also, more entertainment consisted of the Rad Hatter, Tony Melendez, who taught kids and parents how to create their own over-the-top, spectacularly designed keepsake hats. People could also stop by the pumpkin decorating station to create and take home their own pumpkin!Photo Oct 17, 8 58 42 AM

The Randhurst Village’s Hoots & H’Owls Fall Festival was featured on WGN and Chicago Tribune in an article called 31 days of Halloween click here to read about it.

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Many posed for a photo with the majestic owls from the Stillman Nature Center in South Barrington and got to take home a Hoots and H’Owls memento.Photo Oct 17, 9 05 42 AM

Guests were dazzled by the sand sculptures created by The Sand Sculpture Company in Barrington, IL, and the current record holder for the World’s Tallest Hand Built Sculpture by the Guinness Book of World Records and for the World’s Tallest Sand Sculpture at 34’ 8 5/8”, created with 550 tons of sand. The sculptures were featured in high-profile areas throughout Randhurst Village Drive.

Oct 262012
 

Alas, Halloween is here!  This afternoon, Molise PR client, Randhurst Village was featured  on WGN. Come on out tomorrow for  the  Randhurst Village 50th Anniversary Fall Festival: Hoots & H’Owls! 

Enjoy Halloween-themed sand sculptures custom created on-site in the images of Randhurst ghoulish themes featured along Randhurst Village Drive.  The Great Pumpkin Gallery will showcase creative “pumpkin art” from local students from Prospect, Wheeling, John Hersey and Saint Viator High Schools.

Pumpkin Carriage Sand Sculpture

Incredible stilt walkers costumed as Frankenstein and his Bride will roam the sidewalks with special surprises, plus kids and grown-ups alike can get their faces painted in the Halloween spirit.  Enjoy no tricks, just treats, as a candy sculptor will create delicious and artistic concoctions out of sugar right before your eyes.  The Rad Hatter, Tony Melendez, has been delighting crowds with his unique form of interactive art, and he’ll teach kids and parents how to create their own over-the- top, spectacularly designed keepsake hats.   Also stop by the  pumpkin decorating stations and take home your own pumpkin!
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Get your fair share of Hoots and H’owls and pose for photos with majestic owls from the Stillman Nature Center in South Barrington.
 
Music will rock throughout the day including Radio Disney AM 1300, a DJ spinning famous tunes from the 1960s, as well as live music by the Committee Band, and the 80s cover band Hi Infidelity from 6 – 9 p.m.
 
The entire Mount Prospect community will enjoy the finale of a dazzling fireworks display. 
 
Randhurst Village is located at the intersection of Rand Road (Rt. 12) and Elmhurst Road (Rt. 83) in Mt. Prospect, IL 60056.
 
For more information and the full line up of specials offered on October 27 visit www.RandhurstVillage.com or call (847) 259-0500.  Follow on Facebook and Twitter.