When the weather is frigid and you just need to escape from your home, a library is usually a good (and free) bet. So we take a look at what the Sugar Grove Public Library offers for children and their parents.
Get ready for confetti and balloons — here’s your guide to family-friendly New Year’s Eve celebrations in Chicago’s far western suburbs. Many do require advance registration, so get out your calendars and start planning!
Here’s your 2016 guide to holiday-themed storytimes and crafts in Chicago’s far western suburbs, including Aurora, Elgin, Naperville, Geneva, Oswego, Bolingbrook and more!
A guide to Christmas and holiday events aimed at children with special needs in Chicago’s western suburbs.
If your children are ready to share their Christmas wish list with the man in red, we have a comprehensive guide to where they can visit Santa Claus in Chicago’s Western Suburbs.
If you’re looking for an easy Thanksgiving craft to do this month with your toddler or preschooler, this turkey puppet might be just what you’re looking for!
Whether you’re looking for a breakfast, dinner or a casual donut date with Santa, this guide has you covered for Christmas 2016 in Chicago’s far western suburbs!
The new Children’s Discovery Room at the Aurora Regional Fire Museum offers opportunities for your kids to dress up as a firefighter, prepare meals for the firehouse and be a part of a bucket brigade!
A day-by-day guide to making the most of the Halloween season in Chicago’s far western suburbs, featuring “spooky” storytimes, costume parades, pumpkin festivals, monster movies, musical concerts and more.
Anderson’s Bookshops offers regular events at which you and your family can hear authors read from their works and you can get your book signed, often at the shop in downtown Naperville. Here are all the details on what you need to know!