Last Fling

Organized by the Naperville Jaycees, the Last Fling is Naperville's annual end of summer celebration. This four-day festival features live music, a carnival, Family Fun Land and the Labor Day Parade. The Last Fling is the Jaycees' largest annual fundraiser, with proceeds benefiting local charitable organizations.

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Labor Day Parade and Fling Mile

Each year the Naperville Jaycees host the Fling Mile and the Labor Day Parade in conjunction with the Last Fling. The Fling Mile kicks off at 9:15 a.m. and the Labor Day Parade starts at 10 a.m.

The following traffic control measures will be in effect for the Fling Mile and Labor Day Parade:

Traffic Control Plans

Several traffic control measures will be in place for the Last Fling. The following traffic control plan details specific street closure information for the event:

Event Parking and Shuttles

Remote parking shuttles provide access to and from the event at the following locations:

Please note that it is free to park in commuter lots near the train stations on Labor Day for Last Fling.

Event Accessibility

The following ADA plan provides detailed accessibility information for the event:

Accessible parking on-site will be available at the Naper Settlement Lot on Eagle Street on Friday, Saturday, Sunday (after 6pm ONLY) and Monday. Additional accessible parking is at the Rotary Hill parking lot next to Aurora Avenue and in the lower level of the Municipal Building located at 400 S. Eagle Street (entrance off of Webster Street).

Off-site accessible parking is available at All Saints Academy located at 1155 Aurora Avenue, the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Naperville train station and North Central College. 

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