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Cooking Class for Garfield Park Families

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

As a part of our Black History Month events, we invite local Garfield Park families who are interested in cooking and eating a meal together to celebrate Black culinary history at the Conservatory. This in-person, free cooking class will be taught by an educator from UIC, and will include dinner! This class is by invitation […]

Virtual Beekeeping Lecture with Dr. Katie Lee

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

Join us for a virtual beekeeping lecture with bee expert Dr. Katie Lee to find out if healthy queens lead to healthy colonies!

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Roving Naturalists

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

Stop by a Roving Naturalist station for activities all about plants. Young ones and adults of all ages can stop by and play!

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Winter Wonderland Nature Play Days

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

Enjoy the beauty of winter outside with Garfield Park Conservatory's Nature Educators! During the winter months, we will be outside in the Play & Grow Garden to experience a lot of fun outside, even when it's cold. Activities may include: Shelter and fort building Making snowmen, snow angels, and playing with snow paint A pine […]

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Spring Flower Show: Bee’s Knees

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

The Garfield Park Conservatory’s 2023 Spring Flower Show returns February 15th! This year’s show, “Bee’s Knees” is a peek into the wondrous relationship between bees and blooms. Beautiful blooming Spring bulbs such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinth, hydrangeas, and delphiniums will be featured this year. Empty observation and demo hives from GPC’s beekeeping program are set amongst […]

Lecture: “Mercy, Mercy Me”: How African American Artists Addressed the Environment

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

Register “Mercy, Mercy Me”: How African American Artists Addressed the Environment From earthworks to recycled art, an increasing number of African American artists have turned their creative energies to exploring the earth, its resources, and issues of sustainability and social justice. Artist Juarez Hawkins will explore the myriad ways several artists addressed the environment in […]

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Spring Flower Show: Bee’s Knees

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

The Garfield Park Conservatory’s 2023 Spring Flower Show returns February 15th! This year’s show, “Bee’s Knees” is a peek into the wondrous relationship between bees and blooms. Beautiful blooming Spring bulbs such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinth, hydrangeas, and delphiniums will be featured this year. Empty observation and demo hives from GPC’s beekeeping program are set amongst […]

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