f you’re looking for something to do with the kids this summer, consider dropping by the McHenry County Historical Society Museum in Union and experiencing a “Weekday Wonder.” The schedule is as follows: • Tuesdays at Two – Specialized tours of the museum campus are offered at 2 p.m. each Tuesday according to this rotating schedule: – 1895 West Harmony School: Experience what school was like in a genuine one-room school. – “Waterways and Getaways: Resort Life in McHenry County” exhibit: Vacationing at the turn of the century on Pistakee Lake. – 1843 log cabin and heritage garden: Learn about the Gannon family, among the first who settled in Grafton Township in 1843 to farm. Learn about a pioneer kitchen garden and view the flowers, herbs and vegetables planted this year. – General museum: Receive a guided tour throughout the 1870 museum building, as well as ancillary structures on the grounds. • Geocache Wednesdays – Find our new Geocache on the museum campus. • Research Thursdays – Free use of the Society’s extensive Research Library with a trained expert. Subject to availability and appointment required at least 24 hours in advance. Call 815-923-2267 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. • I-Spy Fridays – Children and their parents can participate in one-of-a-kind scavenger hunt inside the museum. Qualify for a prize from the likes of sponsors Classic Cinemas, Kingston Lanes and Golf & Games, all in Woodstock. The museum, located at 6422 Main St. in Union, is open from 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday (excluding holidays) through September. In addition to individuals receiving free admission as a perk of membership, throughout the summer season there are free admission weeks for residents living within townships/municipalities who are Society members. For a schedule visit www.gothistory.org or visit us on Facebook.