Posts in category "Story times"

Little Homer Story Hour at the National Hellenic Museum

Little Homer Story Hour at the National Hellenic Museum
Have you ever visited the National Hellenic Museum? I love this place. You should definitely check it out. The National Hellenic Museum just announced  a new program called Little Homer Story Hour.  At this weekly story hour, the kiddos can discover Greek culture through interactive story-telling and craft-making. Great reason to visit the museum, right? Why not. This program takes... Read more »

Join me for story time at Open Books this Friday

Join me for story time at Open Books this Friday
Looking for something fun to do this Friday? Ooh, Ooh! I’ve got a good idea for you. Bring your babe (or toddler or preschooler) to Open Books for a Story Time Festival sponsored by Bump Club and Beyond with all proceeds benefitting Open Books and More Than Milk. I am going to be there around... Read more »

Introducing the Little Beans Storytime Players!

Have you heard of The Storybook Mom (Nili Yelin)? She is a fantastic local storyteller and kids and adults alike adore her entertaining and enthusiastic performances. She performs all over the city (check out her website to find a location hear you), but she has one new offering in particular that I wanted to share... Read more »
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Brunch with the Bump Club (plus my tips on the best family freebies in Chicago)

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of spending my morning with some expectant and new mamas at the monthly Bump Club and Beyond Brunch at Vinci. I was part of a panel of Chicago mommy bloggers including Cindy McCarthy of On the Go Chicago, Linda Marsicano of Babble Chicago and my buddy and business partner Sara... Read more »

New CBS Local Post: Best Free Story Times in Chicago

Are you experiencing some really long days cooped up indoors with the kiddos? Uh yeah, me too. What you need is more FREE things to do — easy, last-minute activities that your kiddos will love. I wrote a post for the Best of Family section of the new CBS local website with some recommendations for... Read more »