Annual event to generate national visibility for the disability
community. Parade marches west on Van Buren to
Dearborn and north on Dearborn to
Washington (Daley Plaza). Post-parade celebration takes place on
Daley Plaza at noon.
This festival features more than 100 nations
represented through the work of 100 visual artist, two venues of
continuous performances and entertainment, children's art
activities and ethnic food booths.
Event features self-guided tours of gardens, architectural tours and Kids' Corner, located on Sheffield between Webster and Belden, with art activities, a petting zoo, pony rides and a kiddie Ferris wheel.
The event features Greek food, cooking demonstrations, live Greek music and dancing. Kid's Korner is a secure area where kids can enjoy face painting, crafts and more. Tours of the church are also available.
Enjoy cuisine from River North restaurants, merchants, artists, music and a Kids' Zone with family entertainment, a newly renovated playground, dancing, face painters, stilt walkers, balloon artists and various demos from local schools and organizations. This year there will also be a new educational element under a large big top tent with interactive games provided by Lurie and Kohl's.
Help make fairy furniture, listen to some fairy folklore, and make a fairy wand of your own to take home.
This family version of camp includes hiking, fishing, a picnic and toasting s'mores over the campfire, all while exploring the favorite spots of the arboretum. A picnic lunch and bait are provided. A fishing pole is required. A state fishing license required if 16 years of age or older.
Hotel Lincoln provides the buckets and dyes and guests can bring their own white tees or other items to dye.
Be a star in the big sky embroidery that will hang in the museum. Join us as we stitch stars in a giant night sky.