Indian Guides Free Fun Night at The Happenings

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Fathers/Mothers. Looking for ways to spend quality time with your son? The Algonquin Longhouse Indian Guides is a great way to foster great memories which will last two lifetimes.

The Indian Guides program (for ages 5-12) is designed to strengthen a parent and son's bond through fun and engaging activities. Our program offers activities like tribal meetings, pine-car derby, rain-gutter regatta, camping, museum sleepovers, outdoor adventures, sporting events, charity, and much much more!  

To learn more we invite you and your son to a free event at:

The Happenings - Family Fun Center

519 S. Consumers Ave Palatine IL 60074


Friday November 9th, 6:30pm to 9pm

Enjoy free access to the jump-zone with inflatable houses, obstacle course and slides. Challenge each other or your friends on any of the 100 arcade games, 30 Xbox machines, indoor batting cages, 3 pool tables, mini bowling or air hockey.

Mention INDIAN GUIDES and receive $10 in free tokens to get you started! Come and talk to one of us about our great parent/child program and receive a slice of pizza and drink!

We will also have fun contests to test you and yourchild's teamwork abilities and outdoor survival skills!

We have many area father-son and mother-son tribes which would love to have you share in this experience which will last two lifetimes.

This year our Indian Guides activities include;• Native American Historical Tour • Feed our Starving Children Charity Event • Chicago Science and Industry Museum Sleepover • Campouts • Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Game • Wolves Hockey Game • Extreme Trampoline and much, much more!.

Parent and Son – Pals Forever!


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