Includes traditional Greek food, beer, wine, ouzo, soft drinks, Greek pastries, live Greek music by the John Linardakis Band, Greek dancing, children's games, souvenir shop, and tours of the Cathedral.
Use microscopes to discover all of the magnificent microscopic
creatures that call Wonder Pond home.
Canoes can hold up to two adults and two children at least 6 years or older. Children must be closely supervised by an adult. Lunch, transportation, and all canoe equipment will be provided. Life jackets will be supplied and must be worn for your safety.
Includes interactive games and activities about pigs and soybeans in the main entrance and the Farm-in-the-Zoo area. Children will receive a special map to solve a “farm to food” puzzle and there are plenty of prizes and pork samples for all.
Learn about native pollinators, meet a beekeeper and find ways to be pollinator friendly with hikes, crafts and activities.
Catch Yellow Perch and engage in some friendly competition at this all-ages event. Participants must register to enter the competition and will receive a voucher for $5 parking at the Navy Pier garages and a free raffle ticket. There will be a limited amount of rods and reels for the public to borrow, however participants are encouraged to bring their own. Prizes will be awarded for biggest creel and biggest lake perch. A valid fishing license is required for participants 16 years and older.
Interact with a variety of WWII reenactors to learn about military and civilian life. Explore the impact that the war had on an international, national, and local scale.
Kids have a ball with activities promoting fitness and nutrition while adults have fun too. Help us break the Guinness Book of World Records for the most people participating in Zumba at one time (participants get discounted admission to Discovery Center and can be among the first to try the new exhibits in the Body Shop).
he launch party features family-friendly fun including an illusionist, a face painting artist, book readings and giveaways. The author will be on hand to meet, greet, talk with guests and sign guests’ copies. The story is set in a savannah, where an elephant named Arty is out for his daily walk, recounting all the things he dislikes about himself. Along the way, he meets friends who convince him that the very qualities he doesn’t like about himself are the things which make him a special and unique individual.
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.