Muslims mark end of Ramadan with Saturday festival

Hundreds of Muslims in one western suburb mark the end of Ramadan with a traditional festival Saturday.

Hundreds of Muslims in one western suburb mark the end of Ramadan with a traditional festival Saturday.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim community gathered in Glen Ellyn today for the EID Festival, marking the end of Ramadan and 30 days of fasting.

About 600 people turned out for Saturday's event.

Kids enjoyed a bouncy house, along with cotton candy, snow cones and other refreshments.
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