Celebrate Earth Day with these Chicago and suburban events
April 22nd is Earth Day! Give back and get back to nature with these Chicago and suburban activities.
Visit Earthfest at the Adler Planetarium! Celebrate the planet we call home with various Earth-themed events all weekend long. The program includes a Sensing Earth sensory station, an Astronomy poetry slam and a telescope observation. Fun for all ages and free with admission. Only a 16 minute ride on the 3 bus line from Vue20!
Help clean up Chicago parks! Help with planting, mulching, picking trash and restoring trails. Volunteer at the North Pond location! Only an 8 minute walk from the Belden Stratford.
Join the Chicago Botanic Gardens for an Earth Day Walk! Take a walk through McDonald Woods and learn about a variety of wildflowers and forest restoration. Free to the public! Only a 4 minute drive from NorthShore 770.
Celebrate with a party! Attend Cosley Zoo’s Party for the Planet and learn how you can help the environment. Walk the zoo and stop by environmentally-friendly businesses and organizations to learn how to make a difference in your community. The event will also feature performances by Dave Orleans and The Earthsinger. Only a five minute drive from Wheaton 121!