- Saturday - Sunday
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Monday - Friday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- 2430 N. Cannon Dr.
Chicago, IL 60614
4:00 pm-5:30 pm
July 28, Monday
Chair Yoga and Meditation
Experience Chair Yoga and Meditation while enjoying the inspiration of the natural world. Practicing Chair Yoga and Meditation together can be energizing, calming, and renewing. Learn to use chair yoga movements for body-mind awareness, and begin to synchronize body, breathe, and mind from the security of a sitting position. The mindful movements of chair yoga prepare and enhance our awareness for meditation practice. All levels welcome.
Chair Yoga and Meditation Instructor: Jane Musgrave. Jane is co-owner of Ganesha Yoga and Adventures in Fitness.
Registration InformationRegistration Closed
6:00 pm-9:30 pm
July 29, Tuesday
Nature on Tap
Nature on Tap features adults-only access to the Nature Museum, including the Judy Istock Butterfly Haven. Highlights include a trivia game testing your knowledge with nature and science themed questions. The winning trivia team will receive the coveted Golden Cockroach trophy.
Representatives will be here from the Endangered Species Print Project. This collaborative art project by Molly Schafer & Jenny Kendler features over fifteen artists and uses art to preserve biodiversity. To date, ESPP has raised over $12,000 for conservation teams working with more than twenty unique species.
Cost: Free for members, $10/non-members. Admission includes access to all exhibits, crafty projects and participation in the trivia challenge.
6:30 pm-7:30 pm
July 29, Tuesday
Gallery Talk: Endangered Species Print Project
Join artists Jenny Kendler and Molly Schafer as they discuss the exhibition Rare Nature: The Endangered Species Print Project. ESPP works with artists to produce limited-edition art prints of critically endangered species. The number of prints available for each species corresponds to its wild population. Find out how art can help save the planet!
Cost: Free with admission to Nature on Tap.
9:00 am-10:00 am
July 31, Thursday
Learn the basics of classical Tai Chi in developing fitness, balance, and the mind-body connection, in an
atmosphere of harmony with nature. No matter your age or level of fitness, the slow, simple movements
of this ancient art can bring you to a new level of strength, energy and wellness. The only equipment
you need will be comfortable clothes and flat shoes. Classes led by Jim Nitti of Stirling Tai Chi Society.
Cost: Free, must be a Nature Museum member to participate.
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