Upcoming Events

There’s always something happening in our bustling downtown area. Stay up to date on our latest events.

Wheaton French Market

October 28, 2017 Flowers, locally grown produce, jewelry, crafts and more are sold from 8 a.m. to 2…

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Boo-Palooza, Downtown Wheaton Trick or Treat

October 28, 2017 Everyone is welcome! Join us at Martin Memorial Plaza at 10am for a costume contest…

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Boo-palooza-Downtown Halloween Celebrations

October 28, 2017 Saturday, October 28th Martin Memorial Plaza at Front & Main Streets Downtown Wheaton 10:00am Halloween…

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Saturday, October 28, 2017

10am – 1pm at Martin Memorial Plaza-Front Street

Join in the Halloween fun!  Costume contest (all ages) at 10:00am
Moves Dance Studio Performance: 10:30am on Front Street
Free Hay Rides- 10:30am-1:00pm- Compliments of Wheaton Mulch
Trick or Treat -Store to Store- 10am- 1pm
Check out Trunk or Treat at Gary United Methodist Church from 10am- 12pm (Hale and Seminary)

Tickets on Sale Now for 9th Annual Chili Cook-Off

Saturday, November 4th 1pm -5pm

Featuring 15 Downtown Wheaton restaurants serving their best chili recipe.  Tickets are $22 for adults and $10 for children (12 and under).  Tickets available on line and at the Downtown Wheaton Association office at 108 East Wesley.  Tickets are also available the day of the event at Martin Memorial Plaza.

Front Street Streetscape Improvements

Construction crews are diligently working on the east and west ends of Front Street this week in preparation for new water mains and sewer work- the necessary infrastructure work to be done prior to the installation of a new and exciting streetscape design for Downtown Wheaton.  Yes, you can still drive east on Front Street, and yes, all businesses are open.  Parking is still available on Front Street in designated areas and there is generous and free parking in the city garages.  Check out the city’s update on the progress of the work for this week- October 16th:

Download this handy Downtown Wheaton parking map for your next visit!

Parking Map

Seen around Downtown Wheaton…Shop Local So Local Lasts signs proudly displayed by shop owner Andrew Parravano of Andrew’s Garden Floral Couture at 131 West Wesley along with Briana Neal and Brenda Nicolls. For the story behind the campaign go to: http://downtownwheaton.com/shop-local-local-lasts-2/