Featuring carnival, entertainment, music and demonstrations.
This competitive bike race attracts locals, national
and international pro-ranked cyclists and offers spectators an
opportunity to experience championship-style bike racing. Food,
drink and entertainment for racers, spectators, and
Embark on an adventure of the senses as you explore Lincoln Marsh.
Learn to identify dragonflies and damselflies by color and behaviors. Bring binoculars; a limited amount of binoculars are available to borrow.
Enjoy “America’s Pastime” as it was played during Civil War times under the rules of 1858. The home club Cantigny Red Oaks and DuPage County Plowboys welcome the Oregon Ganymedes and Creston Regulators back to Cantigny.
Make a Curious George craft and have a chance to purchase two of George's favorite reads, Curious George Takes the Train or Curious George Visits the Library. Book proceeds benefit the DuPage County Historical Museum.
Experience an outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants learn to navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates to find the geocache (container) with a riddle and coordinates to their next clue. The group that obtains all the geocaches wins a prize.
Ride bikes, tricycles and big wheels on a path that is 1.246 miles long. Each child receives a yellow T-shirt and there will be "SAG stops (support and gear)" for snacks and drinks.
Enter a tree house village filled with adventure and
imagination. Play, make believe, and become part of the trees'
ever-changing tale. The exhibition is comprised of six fun-filled,
educational tree houses, aimed at kids 2-10.
The Wonder Works exhibits are populated with a wide variety of
pretend sea life that can be part of your child's play. Search for
the plastic fish or whales in the Great Outdoors, adopt a farm
animal under the life-sized cow, build a zoo for the plastic
mammals in Build It, or identify the plush birds in the orchard.
New creatures are rotated in every month.