Get in touch with your roots at Morton Arboretum

The Morton Arboretum is unveils a massive sculpture exhibition, Steelroots, this spring. Read...

 

The green scene is blooming this spring

Chicago is full of opportunities for little environmentalists this spring. Turn your thumb green with these opportunities.  Read...

 

Camping is the ultimate low-budget vacation

In these days of low-budget vacations and staycations, pitching a tent and roasting marshmallows over a real campfire is a great way to experience a little time away from home. Read...

 

Fencing teach physical, mental agility

En gaurde! Fencing, the sport of swordsmanship, is steadily making marks in the world of Chicago children’s sports. Read...

 

Ralph's World gets kids moving to the beat

Ralph’s World's new album uses high rock ‘n’ roll energy with kid-friendly lyrics to get kids moving. Read...

 

Stages, Sights and Sounds Festival offers plenty of all three

For less than the cost of a movie ticket, your child can see some of the world’s most brilliant artists at this year’s Stages, Sights and Sounds Festival April 29-May 16. Read...

 

Create your own family theater masterpiece

If you have kids, there's probably plenty of drama in your house. Why not channel it into your own family movie or play? Read...

 

Cook it at Rockit

Chef James Gottwald offers Cook It! Classes, during which you and your kids chop, measure and mix.  Read...

 

Hop on, hop off trolley tours are smart way to see the city

With a trolley tour, you can hit all Chicago's major landmarks, without the hassles of city driving or public transit.  Read...

 
 







 
 
 
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