The Weekend Spotlight features the Sandwich Fair in Sandwich, the Festival of the Vine in Geneva, a Revolutionary War re-enactment in Wheaton and more!
The 4th annual Light the Torch 5K Night Run and Laser Light Show in downtown Wheaton on Friday, Sept. 29, is a family-friendly event that raises money for local, national and global charities.
From Elgin to St. Charles, from Wheaton to Elburn, we have your guide to fall resales for children’s clothing, toys, equipment and more in Chicago’s far western suburbs.
The Glow in the Dark Lantern Walk on Sunday, Sept. 17, in Glen Ellyn will feature paper lanterns lit by battery-operated LEDs and a parade around Lake Ellyn. This unique, family-friendly event will benefit the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.
The Weekend Spotlight features a Country Fair in West Chicago, a Last Fling in Naperville, Hometown Days in Yorkville, a homestand by the Kane County Cougars and more!
Smithsonian Magazine’s “Museum Day Live” is an annual event in which participating museums across the country open their doors to anyone presenting a Museum Day Live ticket for free.
Don’t put the swimsuits away just yet! Even with schools back in session, there are a number of public pools in Chicago’s suburbs open through Labor Day.
The Weekend Spotlight includes the Alley Art Festival in Aurora, the Concours d’Elegance in Geneva and the grand reopening of the First Division Museum at Cantigny Park.
Blackberry Farm in Aurora makes for a wonderful outing for families, and I have two sets of four passes to give away to lucky Go West readers!
If your family would like to join others in looking toward the sky on Monday, here are a number of spots in Chicago’s far western suburbs where you can participate in events tied to the solar eclipse.