Following Harold's adventures, create artwork with a purple
crayon while sailing a boat on water and designing a personal
Experience the wondrous world of the Mexica/Aztecs in an
interactive presentation that includes music and indigenous
instruments, oral tradition stories, poetry, and enlightened
narratives - all from the indigenous perspective.
Kids enter artist Gino Severini's interpretation of trains by
role-playing engineer, passenger or conductor in a child-size train
and look for objects in an eight-foot wide "hidden pictures" mural
of artist Don Stewart's "Steam Train." Plus, enjoy specially
designed wooden train tables and a huge new interactive crane.
A special exhibit on the history of Girl Scouting, with
special focus on Oak Park, River Forest, and Forest Park. Celebrate
the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Girl
Scouts of the USA.
Board a Safari Hay Ride outfitted with 20 Zombie Slaying
paintball guns, mounted turret style. Once aboard, you will be
ferried to the grounds via a tractor tow, where the Zombies will
attack from all sides
Explore the Arboretum's nine miles of scenic roads by bicycle.
Bring your own or rent regular bicycles, tandems, electric bikes,
burley strollers, wagons and more.
Program is managed by Stepping Stones Therapy. Social skills
groups provide interactive and fun opportunities to increase
speech, language, oral-motor, motor planning, socialization and
sensory processing and modulation skills. Visit www.airtastic.com
to request additional information.