In my house, we only watch the Super Bowl for the commercials and we always make sure there are a ton of delicious snacks surrounding us. While it’s going to be hard for me to part with the warm temps and beautiful beaches here in Jamaica, it will be nice to curl up on my own couch. Distance makes the heart grow fonder! If you’re looking for something fun to do before the Super Bowl, the afternoon tea at Vanille is high on my list, but I’m also super pumped to hear about cooking camp at Whole Foods – Zelda will love this!
Mark your calendars for the Cupid Dance at Kidville next weekend, it’s the perfect way to get your littles in the Valentine’s Day spirit. If you’re heading south, Houston has the most adorable ice skating rink (without the frigid temps) and they have a killer lunar new year’s celebration. What is your family doing this weekend? Tell me in the comments below.
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Afternoon Tea at Vanille Patisserie: Spend the afternoon with your babe at Vanille sipping tea and enjoying delicious bites. Reservations are required.
Cupid Dance Valentine’s Day Party at Kidville: On Saturday, February 11th beginning at 10am, Kidville’s Valentine’s Party kicks off. You can buy tickets here, and entry includes cookie decorating and play time! It’s $15 per child or $26 for two kids.
Free Admission Day at the Field Museum: As long as you’re an Illinois resident, general admission to the Field Museum is free on Monday, February 6th! Entry to special exhibits does cost extra if there is a special feature that catches your kiddo’s eye. Tickets on free admission days must be obtained in person and cannot be pre-ordered online.
No School Kids Cooking Camp at Whole Foods Lincoln Park: Friday, February 3rd (TODAY!), Whole Foods is hosting their No School Camps which focuses on baked goods. The class kicks off at 11am and goes until 3pm, and is recommended for kids between 8 and 13 years of age. The class is $30 and sign up is required, get the details here.
Adler After Dark, Family Edition: Also tonight, Adler is hosting their After Dark event, but this time it’s for the whole family. It begins at 6pm and ends at 10pm. It features a TON of fun stuff for both kids and adults. Tickets can be purchased here and I’d move quick, last time they held this event it sold out!
Whip Up Super Bowl Snacks: If your crew loves food and football but has no interest in dealing with the craziness at restaurants, have your own party! We’re craving mini pizzas, Crock Pot tacos, pico de gallo, veggie chips and stuffed cobb salad burger sliders.
Are you heading to Houston for the Super Bowl? Or do you live there and want something else to do? If you’re in town and want to make a fun weekend out of it, here are a few football free ideas.
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Ice Skating at Discovery Green: Every day until February 16th you can ice skate at Discovery Green. It’s $14 per person, and you’ll want to check the hours before you go because they are affected by Super Bowl Live.
Lunar New Year: Celebrate the Lunar New Year by checking out a ton of vendors on Saturday, February 4th and 5th. This event has free admission, and allows you to take part in the celebrations and sample some mouthwatering food! Get the full scoop here.