Thu, July 18 at 10am – 

Due to the excessive rain, portions of the paths at The Preserve, Larry Fink and Danny Cunniff Parks are flooded.

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Fall Plant Patterns
Date & Time
Sun, Sep 15 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Location
Rosewood Beach 883 Sheridan Road Highland Park, 60035 Google Maps 
Cost
$13

Did you know that roses and apples are cousins? What about black-eyed Susans and artichokes? Learn to identify plants the fast and easy way… by family resemblance! We will take a walk and look at the characteristics of some of our late summer and fall-blooming wildflowers and perennials and match them to more familiar plants. You’ll come away with your own homemade “cheat cards” to understanding a few important plant families, including what they generally tend to do for humans and the ecosystem. So next time you see that four-petaled wildflower, you may still not know what it’s called—but you’ll know it’s related to broccoli!

Pre-registration required. All participants, children and adults, must register for the program. Children must be accompanied by a paid registered adult. Program is outdoors so please dress for the weather.

Ages 6+

Price: $13

September 15 @ 10:00 am 11:30 am

$13
883 Sheridan Road
Highland Park, IL 60035 United States
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847.579.3165