It’s hip, it’s happening and it’s the most amazing neighborhood to get in some family-sized fun. These are just a few of our favorite spots in Logan Square for a dynamite day out with the fam.
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2040 N. Western Ave.
Purple Monkey Playroom is the perfect place for parents and kids to hang out. Between drop-in times and birthday parties, the playroom is the perfect destination for hours of fun. Parents can chat while enjoying free coffee, tea and Wi-Fi while kids can enjoy the playspace filled with plenty of toys. If you need to run a few errands, Purple Monkey Playroom offers supervised drop-off care in partnership with Urbansitter. You can also host a birthday party for kids 6 and under.
2827 W. Belden Ave.
Every Sunday at 4 p.m. kids of all ages — even tots and preschoolers — can participate in Tula’s Family/Kids Yoga class. The class incorporates breathing exercises, storytime, games and relaxation. The studio also hosts a “Baby and Me Yoga” class for pre-crawling babies and their caregivers. Caregivers should bring a blanket and toys for the baby to lay on during the class. And don’t worry about rushing out the door, the studio understands how unpredictable a baby can be. If you’re late, you can still participate in the class.
2523 N. Kedzie Blvd.
This adorable bookstore hosts “Story Time!” every Saturday morning from10:30-11:30 a.m. The hour is full of sing- and read-alongs.
3137 W. Logan Blvd.
This lunch stop is delicious, but its daily specials make it even better. Each day the restaurant offers a special deal, but the most important one for families to know about is that kids eat free from 4:30-6:30 p.m. daily off the kids’ menu. Talk about save-ory.
W. Logan Blvd.
Every Sunday from May 17 through October 25, the Logan Square Chamber of Commerce sponsors an open air farmer’s market right on Logan Boulevard. The market is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and features music and entertainment from local performers, a community tent to learn about local organizations and programs and a commercial tent for market-goers to talk to businesses about their products.