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.
The Weekend Spotlight features several fairs and festivals, outdoor music, outdoor movies, a long homestand by the Kane County Cougars and the popular Bug Fest!
The Go West Guide to 31 Days of August Summer Fun in Chicago’s Far Western Suburbs features details on community festivals, touch-a-truck events, baseball games, musical concerts, heritage farms and more!
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!
The River Rhapsody Concert Series in Batavia features free outdoor music concerts at 7 p.m. on select Wednesdays this summer at the Batavia Riverwalk. You are encouraged to bring a blanket or chair to sit on – and don’t forget the bug spray!
The Go West Guide to 30 Days of (June) Summer Fun in Chicago’s Far Western Suburbs features outdoor movies, outdoor concerts, outdoor storytimes and much more!
If you love fairs and festivals, then here’s a guide for you! It’s a list of community festivals, county fairs, even state fairs from the end of May into September 2017.
The “Kids Summer Movies” series at Goodrich Quality Theaters features family-friendly flicks shown at 10 a.m. each weekday all summer long. Tickets are just $1, and participating locations include theaters in Batavia and Oswego.
The Weekend Spotlight features a Mother’s Day Make & Take in Oswego, a touch-a-truck event in Glen Ellyn, a kite festival in Wheaton, Lilac Time in Lombard and more!
The Weekend Spotlight features Earth Day activities in Geneva, Glen Ellyn, South Elgin and Wheaton – and more activities, too!