Celebrate Open House Chicago with CAF! Using LEGO bricks and
imagination, kids can build the city of their dreams based on the
historic 1909 Chicago plan by Daniel Burnham. Young architectural
enthusiasts can build model skyscrapers, create new spaces and
design the next greatest city in the ArcelorMittal Design Studio at
Explore easy vocabulary and early literacy skills in a dual
language environment. Sing a song in English and Polish and read
along with some favorite stories in both languages.
Visit the haunted bookstore and hear some spooky stories
from Miss Linda and play some spooky games with Miss Mack.
Terrifying treats will be served.
Come to Navy Pier for a "spooktacular" Halloween Party,
featuring glow and fire spinners and the Zombie Zydeco Band.
Plus, watch as master pumpkin carver Steve Dahlke creates
works of art by freehand sculpting 500-lb. pumpkins. Kids will
enjoy the Fear(less) Low Scare Haunted House during weekend days.
Navy Pier's third annual costume contest on Saturday October 26 in
the Family Pavilion, or kids 12 and under in costume can
take part in trick-or-treating throughout Navy Pier at 17 different
locations on Oct. 26, 27 and 31. Don't miss the spectacular
Halloween fireworks set to a spooky soundtrack at 9:30 p.m. Oct.
Explore the galleries and discover Georgia O'Keefe's colorful
paintings of New Mexico landscapes, then return to the Ryan
Education Center and create an oil pastel drawing of an outdoor
place that has a special meaning.
A month-long drawing festival that brings people together
through informal art-making. Designed for professional sketchers,
budding artists, and everyone in-between, the festival features
more than 25 art happenings at iconic cultural sites and unexpected
places throughout Chicago. The full festival calendar is available
Runs Oct. 5-27.