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Virtual Yoga with DuShaun

Garfield Park Conservatory 300 North Central Park Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States

Join DuShaun for a virtual yoga class!

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Morning Glories

Garfield Park Conservatory 300 North Central Park Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States

Stop by our morning glories station for activities where little ones 0-3 yrs old can come play and explore!

Virtual Yoga with Natalie

Garfield Park Conservatory 300 North Central Park Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States

Join Natalie for a virtual yoga class!

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Origami Open House

Garfield Park Conservatory 300 North Central Park Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States

Origami is a fascinating, fun-filled creative activity for attendees of all ages and all skill levels!

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Budding Botanists

Garfield Park Conservatory 300 North Central Park Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States

Stop by our Budding Botanists station for activities all about plants. Young ones and adults of all ages can stop by and play!

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Wild Wednesdays

Garfield Park Conservatory 300 North Central Park Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States

Wild Wednesdays is back for the summer! Join us in Play and Grow for nature play activities!

Music Under Glass: A Westside Perspective

Garfield Park Conservatory 300 North Central Park Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States

Join us for a summer Music Under Glass concert featuring MFnMelo!

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Chicago Bonsai Club

Garfield Park Conservatory 300 North Central Park Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States

Come join us to learn about the ancient art of growing bonsai from the Chicago Bonsai Club, a chapter of the Midwest Bonsai Society.

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The Creative Mind of George Washington Carver

Garfield Park Conservatory 300 North Central Park Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States

The Creative Mind of George Washington Carver Artist’s Garden Show will provide visitors insight about Carver’s artistic and scientific development and the gifts he shared with the world. 

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