The Passport to Adventure program, sponsored by the Kane-DuPage Regional Museum Alliance, is a fun way to check out lots of new museums, nature centers, historical sites and more this summer.
East Street Park in Winfield offers a “bumpy slide,” a misting tent, a great toddler playground, some nice shade — and indoor bathrooms!
Frost Gelato in downtown Naperville offers a huge selection of flavors that are made fresh daily in store. Employees are friendly and always happy to offer samples!
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 spend a day this summer exploring a new suburb, Batavia offers beautiful parks great for spotting wildlife, a number of community events and lots of family-friendly places to eat.
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.
Severe water damage means the DuPage Children’s Museum in Naperville will be closed until April. Here are some updates for those families who are DCM members, want to take advantage of its off-site programming or want to know how they can help.
Bright Horizons is opening a new child care center in Naperville, and to celebrate, it is hosting a special, free screening of “Finding Nemo” on the morning of Saturday, Nov. 15, at Hollywood Palms.
If you’re looking to make new friends, go on more playdates, get more involved in your community, gain more support or or do more philanthropic work, this guide is for you!