Guide To The ChristkindlmarketAre you wishing you could spend the Holidays in a quaint German village? Then look no further than Chicago’s Christkindlmarket!
Family Guide To Thanksgiving VolunteeringConsider volunteering your time at one of many places that help those in need during the holidays. There are a variety of tasks you could do from cooking, serving food, preparing care packages, driving, and even just visiting...
Making A Scene: Family Guide To The Lill Street Art CenterThe Lill Street Art Center offers amazing kids classes, fun-themed kid’s camps, family drop-in workshops and adult classes in seven different departments: ceramics, metalsmithing & jewelry, painting & drawing, printmaking, textiles, glass, and digital arts & photography. So why not visit?
Family Fun Guide To Halloween EventsWhat kid doesn’t love Halloween? In Chicago, Halloween is not one day, but more like a whole month. There is no shortage of events and activities to do with your family...
Guide To The Chicago MarathonThere’s nothing like the excitement of a race. 45,000 runners will hit the streets of Chicago to fulfill their dream of completing a 26.2 mile marathon this weekend. Many years ago, I was one of these happy runners, and now I am an even happier spectator. It’s true that running the race is like nothing else, but you can also get an adrenaline rush from watching the race.
Family Guide To Chicago BrunchesHave you ever woken up on a Saturday morning craving a delicious brunch where you could comfortably show up with two kids in tow? Then check out these Chicago, family-friendly brunch hotspots!
Guide To Fishing Around Chicago
Guide To Family Fun In UptownIf you’re feeling like a taste of Asian culture, head to Uptown’s New Chinatown, Little Saigon, or simply the Argyle Street District, now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Family Fun Guide: Edgewater Summer is the best time to visit Edgewater and experience what living by the lake really means. Check out this go-to family fun guide.
Guide To: Family Fun In AndersonvilleIf you are looking for something to do with the kids, head north to Andersonville: “A quaint village in the heart of a world class city.” Andersonville was founded by Swedish immigrants and remains a thriving Swedish community with plenty to offer families that visit or choose to make it their home.