Help make fairy furniture, listen to some fairy folklore, and make a fairy wand of your own to take home.
Enjoy hands-on activities related to Japanese gardens and culture, and make a take-home project. Different projects and activities are featured each week, including raking miniature dry gardens, trying chopsticks and practicing calligraphy. July 6 and 20.
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.
The Midsummer Theater Company presents an outdoor Shakespearean play.
A family-friendly event featuring food, games, and tours of the Cubs vs. Sox exhibit. Complimentary snacks, including ice cream, are provided. Hot dogs available for purchase. Elmhurst Youth Baseball players are asked to wear their uniforms.
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 Messy."
This outdoor event invites artists of all ages to enjoy
summer-inspired, hands on art projects..
Part of the Kraft Kids Concert series. Park opens at 11 a.m.
Celebrate the cultural diversity of Rogers Park with world music performances on two stages, ethnic food vendors, an art and crafts market, and kids activities.
The day begins with a leisurely, hour-long ride that starts and ends at the Peace Garden. Event featurse architectural tours, music, plays, food, children’s activities, an art expo and more. Includes a trolley that continually circulates from hub to hub throughout the neighborhood to help visitors get around and a classic car, motorcycle and bike expo.
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.