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Snow Much Fun at the Chicago Children's Museum opens November 8, 2013

Snow Much Fun at the Chicago Children's Museum opens November 8, 2013
So the trick-or-treating is officially over. Is it too early to talk about winter? Not really, right? Sure the leaves are still on the trees but gusting winds and sub zero temps are just around the corner. Happy Winter Chicagoans! Chicago winters aren't all bad. There is local fun to be had. Add the Chicago Children’s Museum to your list of winter must-do's. An all-new Snow Much Fun, the museum’s much-loved winter experience, opens November 8th. This family favorite has been re-imagined as an immersive snowy cityscape that’s the perfect setting for winter fun—no mittens required! The all-new Snow Much Fun exhibit features a variety of indoor, frosty fun activities, including...

Winter in Chicago can be fun. Really, it can.

When it comes to winter, most adults (myself included) have a pretty bad attitude. For example, when I think about winter, I think dry skin, ridiculous traffic and driving conditions, my daily attempts to locate five hats and pairs of mittens each time we leave the house, and dark, cold mornings when I wish I... Read more »

Millennium Park Ice Skating Rink opens for the 2009-2010 season

Have you been dying to show your kid your killer choctaw? Or is your son a future Brian Boitano who can’t wait to lace up his skates and get on the ice? Maybe you prefer to cling to the wall as you inch around the rink once and then call it a day. Reagardless of... Read more »