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James Myers, 4, of Northbrook, enjoys eating a s’more on Saturday, Sept. 22, at Techny Prairie Park and Fields during the first Father-Son Campfire Night . Photos by Rhonda Holcomb/22nd Century Media
Bennett Chelin, 4, of Northbrook, and his dad Brad enjoy the scavenger hunt trail. Photo by Rhonda Holcomb/22nd Century Media
Austin Marvel, 6, of Northbrook, and his dad Mike work together to assemble their birdhouse.
A group of youngsters and their dads gather around the campfire to make some s’mores on Saturday, Sept. 22 at the Northbrook Park District’s Father-Son Campfire Night. Rhonda Holmcomb/22nd Century Media
Braden Tasman, 5, of Northbrook, happily finds a yellow flower, one of the items listed on the scavenger hunt list.
Hilary Anderson, Freelance Reporter
5:49 pm CDT September 24, 2018
The Northbrook Park District has long been known for bringing residents fun-filled, family-centric events. And last Saturday, Sept. 22, certainly delivered another hit, and one that gave father-son duos the chance for a night out.