If you’re looking to cool off your kids, but don’t want the commitment or expense of a public pool, here’s a guide to splash parks, spraygrounds and splash pads in Chicago’s suburbs. Many of them are free!
During the Week of the Young Child starting April 21, the Wheaton Park District is offering 39 special events, programs, and activities for kids 8 and under and their families—for free!
If you’re looking for bargains on clothes and toys for kids, you’ll love the Go West Resale Guide to Spring 2017 resale events in Chicago’s western suburbs.
Is your family ready for Halloween? Here’s a list of official or suggested trick-or-treat hours for Halloween 2016 in the far western suburbs of Chicago.
Unfortunately, Lake View Nature Center closed in June 2016 due to budget issues. We’ll let you know if it reopens!
The latest in our “Great Parks!” series is a special place that aims to accommodate play for children of all abilities. Come along for a tour of the Sensory Garden Playground in Wheaton!
More than eight months after suffering severe water damage, the DuPage Children’s Museum in Naperville has scheduled the date for its grand re-opening: Sept. 19, 2015.
The latest in our “Great Parks!” series features not only a splash park, but a playground with a zipline, climbing net and merry-go-round. You might want to spend the whole day there!
If your family would like to try camping this summer or fall, but maybe want to stay close to home or have some help getting started, this is the guide for you!
If your family would like to spend a day this summer exploring a new suburb, Elmhurst offers a lively downtown, beautiful Wilder Park, the Prairie Path for a family bike ride and much more.