If you’re still trying to figure out what Pokemon Go is all about, this guide will tell you the basics – and give you some locations in Chicago’s western suburbs to check out if you decide to play this game that has become a national phenomenon.
You are invited to a FREE Park Party with Go West Young Mom and the Wheaton Park District on Tuesday, July 26, from 10 a.m. to noon. It’s being held at the newly renovated Herrick Park, and we’ll have snacks, fun activities for the kids and a few great giveaways.
The latest entry in our “Ice Cream Diaries” is a family-owned shop that makes for a perfect stop when walking or playing on the Batavia Riverwalk.
You can save quite a bit of money by taking advantage of “twilight” rates at pools in Chicago’s far western suburbs. Here’s all the details on hours, locations and fees!
If your family loves listening to music, you’ll love this guide to outdoor summer musical performances in Chicago’s far western suburbs, most of them free!
If your family hasn’t been to Blackberry Farm in Aurora yet, here are a number of “insider” tips to make the most of your trip!
The Go West Guide to 31 Days of (July) Summer Fun in Chicago’s Far Western Suburbs features details on county fairs, community festivals, sandy beaches, baseball games, lots of musical concerts and much 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.
Here’s the Go West 2016 Independence Day Guide to Fireworks, Parades, Festivals and More, starting June 30 and running through July 4.
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.