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.
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.
Chicago may not be the center of the sports world, but it's definitely the center of sports history and legends, from George Halas to Michael Jordan. Join public historian Josh Eisenberg on a tour of great sports moments, including the 100th anniversary of Wrigley Field.
Make beaded jewelry, from bracelets and necklaces to barrettes.
Search for amazing insects while exploring The Grove's grasses and woodlands. Discover and capture often overlooked wildlife. Hands-on fun includes using sweep nets, collecting jars, magnifiers and I. D. books. Advance registration is required.
Aerial Dance Chicago will present a shared concert with Elements Contemporary Ballet.
The evening begins with a group story time followed by activity stations. Parents lead their children through the themed activity stations. Stations include: 1-2 craft projects, snack, explore/touch, a movement activity, and a sensory table. June 19, July 10, Aug. 14.
Capture the personality and characteristics of ancient animal images from the Oriental Institute Museum collection as you learn creative ways to translate them into a contemporary mosaic design. Materials and tools will be provided. Open to individuals of all levels of mosaic skill.
Set against the backdrop of the 1896 Yukon Gold Rush, The Two Gentlemen of Verona features prospectors, saloon gals, and outlaws. Follow this zany troupe as they travel from Verona to Yukon to seek their fortune and find love. This family-friendly, 90-minute version of The Two Gentlemen of Verona is a great introduction to Shakespeare as well as a new take on a classic comedy. Patrons are encouraged to bring picnics, blankets and/or chairs to this outdoor production. For more information, visit www.spectralia.org.