Heller Naturalists teach the whole family how to use GPS units to follow and set geocache trails, then discuss ways to get started geocaching at home.
Dabble with different types of kayaks and canoes as you paddle around Monee’s inner bay. A certified canoe/kayak instructor will be on the water at all times. Safety will be covered beforehand.
Bring your well-mannered, leashed dog on a one-hour guided hike on our trails in the Forest Preserve. June 21, July 19.
Using the new exhibit Chicago: City of Big Data, and LEGO
bricks, children and their adult companions learn why Chicago is
one smart city.
Heidi Norton invites visitors and community members to assist in building a small urban garden on the EAM grounds. Using Firefox Books as a guide, she will discuss and demonstrate planting by phases of the moon and the signs of the zodiac.
Enjoy the energetic music, rhythms and performance of Jim Gill's Contagious Tunes Tour. Picnic-style seating (bring blankets or mats).
Little Miss Ann enjoys playing music that brings happiness tand
sends positive messages. Lawn seating; bring a blanket or
chairs. Picnics are welcome.
Children decorate and customize their very own pair of flip flops.
Explore the wetlands of The Grove to discover all types of dragonflies and where they live and what they eat.
Performances take place at 10 and 11:30 a.m. at The Community House, 415 W. Eighth Street, in Hinsdale. The Once Upon a Symphony program is designed for children ages 3-5 and features storytelling through music.