Now that fall harvest is here, a trip to your local family farm is as easy as ABC. A Is for Apples Pick 10 varieties at Jonamac Orchard (19412 Shabbona Road; 815-825-2158), then reward yourselves with homemade fudge from the country store. (Closes October 26.) B Is for Baa Feed sheep, ducks, and goats at Lincolnshire’s Didier Farms (16678 Aptakisic Road; 847-634-3291). Stick around for crafts, pony rides, and the bounce house. (Closes October 31.) C Is for Corn Navigate a corn maze shaped in the likenesses of JohnMcCain and Barack Obama at Crest Hill’s Siegel’s Cottonwood Farms (17250 South Weber Road; 815-741-2693). The tractor-drawn hayride to a pumpkin field will get junior’s vote. (Opens September 27; closes October 31.) A city break? You D-serve it. ZOOM Wildlife Photography Workshop What: National Geographic photographer Annie Griffiths Belt teaches kids to snap digital photos of creatures great and small. Why: They’ll learn in a flash. When: Sun., 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Where: Brookfield Zoo, First Ave. & 31st St. (708-688-8000). Register online at brookfieldzoo.org. SUPPORT Stop for Maya Charity Walk What: Group stroll through Lincoln Park benefits the nonprofit promoting pedestrian safety. Why: Every step helps. When: Sun. Registration, 9 a.m.; walk, 10 a.m. Where: Walk begins and ends at Belden St. & Lincoln Park West. Pre-register with a financial contribution. SHOP Ashor’s Room Clearance Sale What: Up to 75 percent off boys’ and girls’ vintage-inspired clothing. Why: Big deals for little ones. When: Sat. & Sun., 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Where: Galleria Unico, 44 E. Superior St., b/t Rush & Wabash Sts. (312-835-7023).