Check out this fun, custom BINGO card to make the most of your #GoWestSummer – and enter to win $100 to spend in downtown Geneva!
Our newest contributor tells you about taking her young son to check out the free Towne Center Splash Pad in Shorewood, and how she thinks it is a great spot for younger folks.
The Weekend Spotlight features a chance to catch a vintage baseball game, tour a historic home, watch “The Wizard of Oz” on a real farm, see “Finding Dory” in a sensory-friendly manner, listen to musical concerts outdoors or enjoy the last few days of Geneva’s Swedish Days.
Swedish Days, held in downtown Geneva, is a popular festival always held at the start of summer. It features a carnival, parades, special activities for kids and a bit of Swedish culture, too.
A national marketing research company is looking for moms to participate in a study related to a bedwetting product. Participants will be compensated $175 at the end of the product test.
The latest in our “Great Parks” series is a large park in Naperville that is a great spot for kids who love to climb – and those who love to play in the sand, too!
The Weekend Spotlight features plenty of ways to celebrate Father’s Day, including a festival in Oswego, an art fair in Wheaton, a free concert in Geneva, a car show in Oak Brook and more!
If your family wants to get out on the water this summer, here are some family-friendly suggestions for spots where you can rent paddle boats, kayaks, rowboats, canoes and motorboats – as well as take a scenic tour on a big riverboat on the Fox River.
The World’s Largest Swimming Lesson, being held on Friday, June 24, 2016, is designed to spread the word that swimming lessons save lives. A number of area pools are participating.
If your family would like to enjoy a movie under the stars this summer, this Outdoor Movie Guide is for you. Many of them are free!
The Weekend Spotlight features tons of free outdoor activities in Geneva, a festival in St. Charles, children’s concerts in North Aurora and at Cantigny, and an “Outoor Family Fair” at Fermilab.