Saturday, April 22
Celebrate Earth Day at the Nature Museum! There’s something for everyone at this year’s celebration! Check out the day’s full list of activities below.
11:30am Critter Connection · 12pm Animal Feeding · 2pm Butterfly Release
Volunteer with the Lincoln Park Conservancy
Join the Lincoln Park Conservancy’s stewardship efforts this Earth Day. Participants must be at least 18 years old. Activities will include litter pick-up and weeding. More details about the day’s activities will be shared closer to the event. RSVP now to lend a hand!
Community Shredding & Electronics Recycling
Join State Senator Sara Feigenholtz, State Representative Margaret Croke, and Alderman Timmy Knudsen for a community shred day in the Nature Museum paver lot. Bring your paper documents for shredding and electronics for recycling pick up. Visit Newtech E-Scrap Recycling for a list of accepted electronics.
Earth Day Family Event
Join us as we enjoy the best of what Mother Nature has to offer – the chance to explore, discover, get muddy and play! Grab a net and catch critters in the pond; make a mud pie; become an expert birder; build a fort and more. The opportunities are endless when you’re playing in Nature’s playground.
This is an outdoor event – come dressed for the weather and prepared to get a little (or a lot) dirty. Ticket price includes museum admission. All ages are welcome – this event is designed for families.
Museums for All pricing available upon request. Email firstname.lastname@example.org