Here’s your family’s guide to spots where you can enjoy a hayrack ride this fall.
If your family loves hayrack rides, scarecrows, apple picking and all things pumpkin, then this guide to fall festivals and special autumnal events is for you!
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.
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!
Creative Play Preschool, offered by the Fox Valley Park District at its Eola and Prisco community centers in Aurora, incorporates fun and the everyday wonder of childhood into learning. Classes get underway Sept. 5, and there are still openings available.
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!
Are you ready to get rid of some of that Halloween candy? Here are the details on several suburban businesses and one set of generous siblings that are accepting donations of candy to send to U.S. troops.
The lions, tigers and bears are about the only things that are scary at Boo! at the Zoo, being held at Brookfield Zoo on Oct. 29-30. It’s a family-friendly Halloween event included with your regular admission price.