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Chicago Dogs Home Opener

Join the Chicago Dogs as they kick off their 2019 season by taking on the Gary SouthShore Railcats at Impact Field in Rosemont. Every fan in attendance on opening day will receive a commemorative hot dog costume courtesy of The Chicago Dogs and Vienna Beef as the dogs pursue the world record for the “largest gathering of wieners in one…


All the 2019 Kids Eat Free Deals in the West Suburbs

Kids eat free deals make it more affordable for families to enjoy a special night out (and get a break from the pre-dinner scramble). This round-up of area restaurants with kids eat free specials will help you find a deal any night of the week! Most restaurants require the purchase of an adult entree to score the deal. Even though…


Family-Friendly Destinations: Fun Restaurants for Kids

Dining out with the family has never been so fun! We have so many ideas for fantastic destination restaurants with your kids! Whether you’re celebrating a milestone or just looking for someplace that’s extra entertaining and kid-friendly, these restaurants are guaranteed for family dining fun! Some are specifically designed for kids, while others are just good spots recommended for the whole…


Lunar New Year Celebration 2019 Rosemont

Ring in the New Year with Special offers and Events at the Fashion Outlets in Rosemont! Celebrate the Year of the Pig with special savings, performances, arts and crafts for the whole family. Saturday, February 2 – 1:00-3:30 pm Kick off event in the food court. Enjoy cultural activities with games and activities, provided by the Huaxing Arts Group. February 2-17…


2019 Chicagoland Chinese New Year Celebrations for Kids and Families

You’ve packed away the last of the Christmas decorations, started tackling your New Year’s resolutions and managed to get the kids back into the swing of things (more or less). But wait! The party’s not over yet. The Chinese New Year — or “Spring Festival” as it is now known — is just around the corner, and we think you’ll love…


8 Most Unique Holiday Experiences in Chicago and the Suburbs

Holiday events abound in and around Chicago, but what are the most unique holiday experiences? We rounded up experiences for a memorable December. Get the details on these one-of-a-kind family, friendly events and activities! Illumination November 17, 2018 – January 1, 2019 The Morton Arboretum’s Illumination is the most unique lights display we have ever seen. Where else can you…


Chicago Wolves Host Family Event

The Chicago Wolves are hosting one of their many fun-filled Family Sunday events this weekend on Sunday, November 18 at 3PM when they play the Manitoba Moose at Allstate Arena! The first 1,000 kids at the game will receive a FREE Legoland Discovery Center admission ticket! Family Sunday with the Wolves will also include free face-painting, sign-making and caricature-drawing on…


Santa Sighting Alert! Where to See Santa in the Western Suburbs 2018

Santa Claus is coming to town! Kidlist is here to help you get ready to celebrate the season and spend time with Santa, Mrs. Claus and their elves at many family-friendly events. You’ll find tree-lighting ceremonies, parades, story times, holiday train rides, photo opportunities, and more. So grab your wish list, come meet Santa, and make it a holiday tradition!…


2018 Holiday Theater for Kids and Nutcracker Performances

Make magical memories this holiday season with a kid-friendly holiday theater performance! There are so many options to take advantage of during Christmastime in the Chicagoland area. Why not start a special new tradition with your family? Check out all these great options, including The Nutcracker shows happening locally! Holiday Theater for Kids 2018 Twas the Night Before Christmas November…



Haunted Houses and Haunted Forest Walks in Chicago’s West Suburbs

Enjoy getting your spook on with these haunted hayrides, haunted walks, and haunted houses! We witch you a Happy Halloween! We have included websites for parents to check out; please make sure your fang-tastic activity is appropriate for your child’s age, and call the event planners if you have any questions. This article is sponsored by the Oak Brook Park…