- Halloween is not over at Fear City until end-of-day on Nov. 2. The stage-quality, top-rated haunted house continues until Dia de los Muertos, Nov. 2. 8200 Austin, Morton Grove; $25.
- A play for sophisticates, with zippy music and witty lyrics: that's [title of show], which is the actual title of the show. At Niles West High School Friday and Saturday at 4 and 7:30 p.m.; click here for more info.
- Come to the unveiling of the Potowatomie Indian Dancer, and an exhibit about Native American life at 2 p.m. Sunday, as the Morton Grove Historical Society kicks off Native American Heritage Month with an exhibit opening and reception.
- Who doesn't love the Chicago "L"? Author Greg Borzo talks about "Chicago's biggest mover and shaker" Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at the Ethical Humanist Society. He'll tell how the train system, which has been running nonstop for 121 years, came to be, and why it needs a future.
- Love Letters, a Pulitzer Prize-nominated play by A.R. Gurney, follows Melissa and Andrew, seated at separate tables and reading letters exchanged over a lifetime. The missives reveal hopes and dreams over the course of a 50-year relationship in touching and often humorous honesty, until the very last letter is read. Friday and Saturday, 7 p.m. at the Skokie Theater. More info here.