Let’s go fly a kite! Here’s a guide to kite events and kiting festivals in Chicago’s western suburbs, including Wheaton, Naperville, Aurora, DeKalb and more.
Illinois residents will be able to visit the Field Museum in Chicago for free during the entire month of February 2017!
The holiday break doesn’t have to be boring or expensive. Here are 10 ideas for free, family fun you can have into the New Year!
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.
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.
The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago is offering free admission to all kids, ages 3 through 11, through February 29.
If your family is staying close to home this spring break, here are five ideas for staycation fun, most of them free!
Your family could win four tickets to see the Chicago Symphony Orchestra perform its Once Upon a Symphony production of “Stone Soup” on June 21 in Hinsdale.
You probably don’t want your kids to stay up until midnight, but they can still celebrate the New Year with you. Here are some events that specifically appeal to young families. Know of more that should be included here? Please note in the comments.