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.
Whether your family wants to find a no-frills orchard where the emphasis is all on apple picking — or a spot that offers corn mazes, jumping pillows and more — you’ll find the perfect place in the Go West Guide to Northern Illinois Apple Orchards.
If your family would like to spend a day this summer exploring a new suburb, St. Charles offers two great parks along the Fox River, unique community events, two nature centers with free admission and more.
The Party Kitchen in Geneva offers cooking and baking classes, birthday parties, batch cooking events, plus it’s a specialty bakery that features made-to-order cupcakes, desserts and cakes.
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.
Apple cider. Apple donuts. Apple butter. Here’s your 2014 guide to apple orchards in northern Illinois.
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!
You could win a “family ticket” allowing all the members of your household to see “Once Upon a Mattress,” performed by the Kaneland Arts Initiative this month in Maple Park.
If your family likes to enjoy movies under the stars, you still have plenty of chances to catch one this summer.