Take a short hike with a naturalist along the trails, play games with family and friends and enjoy marshmallows roasted over the campfire while watching the full moon rise over Lake Michigan.
The evening includes full access to the Museum, special activities, snack, and a movie.
Features the beloved Daddy-Daughter Dances, Parent-Child Dance-Offs, Dancing through the Years and more musical fun. Plus photo portraits for each participant, photo frame decorating, catered dining and more.
Enjoy a catered dinner, games, geocaching, roasted marshmallows and a sing-a-long. Awake in the morning to a continental breakfast and tour of select historic buildings before the gates open to the public.
Kids make their own dinner and enjoy a post-meal activity such as a food-themed craft, games, yoga or a movie. June 7, 13, 21 and 28.
Loaves & Fishes is one of Chicagoland’s leading anti-poverty organizations, providing grocery and empowerment services to more than 2,700 families in the Western Suburbs each month. Following the press conference, Loaves & Fishes will celebrate the annual “Day Without Hunger” community festival, offering a BBQ, restaurant tastings, activities for the entire family, musical entertainment, exhibits, tours and more.
Enter a tree house village filled with adventure and
imagination. Play, make believe, and become part of the trees'
ever-changing tale. The exhibition is comprised of six fun-filled,
educational tree houses, aimed at kids 2-10.
Children can immerse themselves in backstage preparation, perform routines in center ring or manage the behind-the-scenes action of lights and sound. Plus, try making a circus balance toy or dress up like a clown.
The exhibit features the rare Black Java
and White Java strains of chicken, which were an endangered species
less than a decade ago. Includes a special child-height egg
incubator, hatchery unit and a pen for newborn chicks. Runs from
March 18-June 16.
A multi-media, interactive, exhibit that allows children to discover how nature is reflected and celebrated in the lives of Japanese children through special seasonal environments and traditional Japanese activities. The exhibit focuses on the regions of Lake Biwa, Sapporo, Kyoto and Fukuoka, offering an in-depth exploration of each region through video, audio and visual media, as well as authentic props and hands-on interactive activities.