Category: Chicago Happenings

Clear out the clutter & earn $$$

Want to clear out all of your children’s gently used items and earn cash at the same time?  Consider participating in the Babies, Tots n’ More Fall Consignment Event.  You set the prices, and we sell your items for you.  The best part is you earn at least 65% of the profit without even being there.

Think it won’t be worth your time? Think again.  One of our happy consignors from the Spring Event received a check for $928, the average consignor earned $211.  Not only will you feel good ...

Posted on August 31, 2011 at 9:00 AM by Kristin Myers

Chicago KIDS Day- the BEST FEST for families!

There are no shortage of festivals for Chicago families to enjoy during the summer. But, did you know there is only ONE fest totally dedicated to kids and their health and wellness? NPN was proud to partner with Total Balance Chiropractic and the Lake View YMCA to present this year’s Chicago KIDS Day on Sat. May 21st.  Chicago KIDS Day brought together over 700 people and raised more than $7,000 to support NPN and the Lake View YMCA!

Check out amazing pictures from the event from Angel...

Posted on June 15, 2011 at 1:16 PM by Jay Annadurai

Memorial Day Kids Fun - Home or Away

Holiday weekends are something I always look forward to but every time they get close, we have the inevitable debate: 1) take advantage of days off and deal with holiday weekend travel chaos/price hikes OR 2) enjoy a long weekend in Chicago and play tourist/cruise ship director.

Either way – here are some great finds to help you make this Memorial Day weekend feel like you'll want to do it again:

TO DO has some keeping it local ideas - 5 Family Friendly Memorial Day A...

Posted on May 23, 2011 at 9:28 AM by Sarah Cobb

Chicago Humanities Festival - Upping the Ante

Don't miss our Kindur Ticket Giveaway - Read below & enter to win!!! Winners will be selected on Friday April 22nd. AND a special ticket discount perk just for NPN Members.

My son’s infinite capacity for curiosity is thrilling and scary. He is constantly upping the ante in his exploration of the world: before I can catch him, climbing to the top of the tallest playground slide at 18 months. At two, running into Lake Michigan’s waves no matter how many times they knock him down.


Posted on April 18, 2011 at 9:00 PM by Jara Kern