These aren’t your run-of-the-mill Easter egg hunts! A guide to unique Easter egg hunts in Chicago suburbs including Geneva, Lisle, Aurora, West Chicago and more.
If you’re looking for an Easter egg hunt, roll or scramble in Chicago’s far western suburbs, this guide has you covered!
Goodrich Quality Theaters’ “Morning Series” series will feature family-friendly movies every Friday, Saturday and Sunday this spring at 10 a.m. Tickets are $1 each, or free for those who belong to the theater’s Frequent Moviegoer Club.
A (sweet) guide to maple syrup and maple sugaring events in Chicago’s far western suburbs.
Visiting a park for a picnic is one of the simple pleasures of summer. But shade and bathrooms are key. So Go West readers recommend these parks that offer both!
Let’s go fly a kite! Here’s a guide to kite events and kiting festivals in Chicago’s western suburbs, including Wheaton, St. Charles, Naperville, Aurora, Glen Ellyn and more.
A guide to parks in Chicago’s western suburbs that have a rubber surface, allowing for mud-free play in the wet springtime.
Here’s your guide to Easter- and spring-themed crafts, storytimes and activities in Chicago’s far western suburbs.
Lippold Park, located just north of the Red Oak Nature Center, is currently undergoing renovations to turn it into an “outdoor educational venue.” But with a nature-based playground and great access to the Fox River, it’s already worth a visit!
Here’s a list, in chronological order, of Easter Egg Hunts, Easter Egg Rolls and even an Easter Egg Drop in Chicago’s far western suburbs! Note that several of these do require advance registration. Know of others that should be listed here? Please add in the comments!