Looking for something to do this weekend?  Check out this weekend's offering at the Chicago Botanic Gardens. 

It is one of our favorite places to spend time and get inspired. There truly is something for everyone.

Here's this weekend's schedule or visit: chicagobotanic.org

Saturday, August 3rd

9 am

Monthly Photo Walk – the first Saturday of each month join the Gardens staff photographer for a free photo walk.

 

10 am

Grunsfeld Children's Growing Garden Family Drop-in Activities – get close to nature while discovering where food comes from and how plants grow.

Kleinman Family Cove Drop-in Activities – enjoy hands on activities for families and children.

Ikebana International Show – The Ikebana International Society presents and exhibition of traditional Japanese flower arranging.

 

1:30 pm and 2:30 pm

Garden Chef Series - Noted chefs prepare recipes in the Regenstein Fruit and Vegtable Garden's open-air amphitheater.

 

5 pm

Nature Nights Aquatic Adventure – Bring a picnic dinner and spend an evening in the Garden. Children ages 4 to 10 and families will explore different areas of the garden and enjoy a variety of discovery-based activities.

 

Sunday, August 4th

9 am

Farmer's Market – The Garden welcomes local and sustainable farmers to this public market

Book Signing by Jeanne Pinsof Nolan – The Organic Gardnerer Jeanne Pinsof Nolan will be at the Farmers Market to sign and sell copies of her new book "From the Ground Up"

 

10 am

Grunsfeld Children's Growing Garden Family Drop-in Activities – get close to nature while discovering where food comes from and how plants grow.

Kleinman Family Cove Drop-in Activities – enjoy hands on activities for families and children.

Ikebana International Show – The Ikebana International Society presents and exhibition of traditional Japanese flower arranging.

 

11 am

Malott Japanese Garden Family Sundays – Drop by the Elizabeth Hubert Malott Japanese Garden for hands-on activites related to Japanese arts and culture.

 

1:30 pm and 2:30 pm

Garden Chef Series - Noted area chefs prepare recipes in the Regenstein Fruit and Vegetable Garden's open-air amphitheater.

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