Eclectic art festival with diverse works from 300+ artists.
Plus, unique folk and Native American music on two stages, an
"EcoVillage" green vendor area, a children's park with kids'
activities, and the cuisine from more than 30
Fest blends cutting edge, environmentally-conscious bands with
environmentally-friendly production, eco-minded vendors and
services, sustainability demonstrations, green arts & crafts
and the always popular Green Family Fun Fest.
Geneva celebrates its Swedish heritage with a
festival featuring American and Swedish food including
a craft beer tent, a carnival, Kids' day, "Geneva's
Got Talent" and Sweden Väst, musical entertainment
and the Grand Parade.
Chicago-based teacher and singer/songwriter Shana Harvey leadskids in an interactive sing-along with folk songs from all over the world. Snacks, blankets and music-makers welcome. Kids must be accompanied by an adult and pre-registration is required.
Explore the architecture above street level, the action of the rails below, and the stories of one of America’s last grand railway stations. The walking tour runs 90 minutes to two hours. June 22, July 27, Aug. 10 and 24.
A series of free monthly hands-on art days. Each of the Get In,
Get Art days is centered on a theme. Today's theme is "Get Heard."
This afternoon of music includes an open mic and music jam,
instrument "petting" zoo, and more.
Families (and dolls) can enjoy a 4 p.m. afternoon tea at American Girl Place before attending the 7 p.m. performance of Blue Man Group.
Features Chicago's best variety entertainment in a family-friendly format. There will be a one hour workshop (5:30-6:30 p.m.) with a "Pro from the Show," host and juggler Brad French. Other features of the show include: a projection of a video of a classic Vaudeville act, a troupe of Mask Actors performing in masks made by local mask maker, Jeff Semmerling, and an experimental act which will face the possibility of a "hook."
Tour the scenic, paved back roads of Kane County. Rest stops,
food and beverages provided along the way on this family-friendly
ride. SAG and Que sheets provided. Route covers 27, 45, 62, 80,
100, and 124 miles of well marked routes. Visit www.active.com for
early registration and visit fvbsc.org for more information.
Nature-related activities for the whole family will be available in Spanish and English, including hikes, fishing, games, food, and live music, as well as bilingual storytelling (2:30-3:30 p.m.). A limited number of fishing poles and bait will be available. Participants 16 years of age or older must have a valid Illinois fishing license.