If your young dancer is looking for exceptional training, your family should consider the Elise Flagg Academy of Dance in West Chicago. Its founder and artistic director trained under the legendary George Balanchine, and she seeks to create a healthy, cheerful and serious atmosphere in her studio, dedicated to the principles that she learned from him.
The Weekend Spotlight features outdoor movies in Wheaton and Aurora, the Kane County Fair in St. Charles, an art fair in Geneva and more!
RomeoFest is a four-day-long celebration in Romeoville, filled with non-stop free entertainment for all ages to enjoy. The event is located at Deer Crossing Park and Village Park and runs this year from Thursday, Aug. 3 through Sunday, Aug. 6.
You and your family are invited to join Go West Young Mom and the St. Charles Park District for a FREE “Party on the Farm” on Thursday, Aug. 10, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Primrose Farm!
“Dinosaur Giants: An Exhibit From the Sereno Fossil Lab” is a new, free exhibit at the Gail Borden Public Library in Elgin that will allow your family to learn about giant dinosaurs who roamed what is now Africa 135 million years ago.
The popular children’s clothing retailer Gymboree is closing six of its stores in the Chicago area, plus five of its Crazy 8 stores, as part of its filing for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization.
You can save quite a bit of money by taking advantage of “twilight” rates at pools in Chicago’s western suburbs. Here are all the details on hours, locations and fees!
Water Wonders, located along the Fox River in North Aurora, is a spot where children can splash, wade and climb while learning about water conservation and the native landscape of Illinois.
The Weekend Spotlight features outdoor movies in Wheaton and Aurora, an event for “makers” in Naperville, an equestrian-themed family day and more!
If you’ve never been to the annual Eyes to the Skies Festival in Lisle, here’s some insider knowledge on how to make the most of your trip — including where to park for a great fireworks show and how the “balloon glow” works.