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  • 8:30 am-9:45 am April 18, Saturday

    Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum 2430 N. Cannon Dr. Chicago, IL 60614

    Butterfly Haven Yoga

    Adult | Recurring Event: Saturdays

    Butterfly Haven Yoga

    Description

    Join us for a rejuvenating yoga class in the Judy Istock Butterfly Haven. Students will leave class feeling energized, balanced, and ready to take their practice off the mat and out into the world.

    Cost: $15/class. Must 18 years of age or older to participate. BYO mat.

  • 10:15 am-11:15 am April 18, Saturday

    Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum 2430 N. Cannon Dr. Chicago, IL 60614

    Family Yoga

    Children & Family | Recurring Event:

    Family Yoga

    Description

    Join us for an energizing indoor family-friendly yoga class! Practice your turtle pose, then meet one of the Nature Museum's box turtles during a special animal encounter. This class is appropriate for adults bringing children 12 and under. BYO mat.

    Museum admission is included with your yoga ticket! Class will run 10:15-11:15am, with yoga from 10:15-11am and a box turtle Critter Connection from 11-11:15am.

    Cost: $12/adult member, $15/adult non-member, $8/child member, $10/child non-member

    Space is limited. Children must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the class. Must register online in advance; no drop-ins.

    Family registrations strongly encouraged. Interested in signing up as a single participant? Check out our Butterfly Haven Yoga sessions for adults.

  • 6:30 pm-8:00 pm April 18, Saturday

    Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum 2430 N. Cannon Dr. Chicago, IL 60614

    Sound Environments: Rivers Empyrean Concert

    Adult

    Sound Environments: Rivers Empyrean Concert

    Description

    The widely acclaimed Chicago-based Fifth House Ensemble brings an evening-length concert performance of original compositions inspired by nature sounds, ecological data, and First Peoples.

    At a time when the environment is more threatened than ever with pollution, and our life-giving waterways are at risk, Rivers Empyrean traces the life cycle of water from rain to rivers. This program asks what it would mean to consider humans as part of nature rather than beings standing outside its impact.

    Featuring a new commision by Patrick O'Malley driven by data from Friends of the Chicago River, and a new commission by Shawn Okpebholo that celebrates water as a precious resource by transforming it into a musical instrument, alongside music inspired First Peoples.

    Doors open at 5:30pm, concert begins at 6:30pm. A cash bar will be available.

    Cost: $15/member, $20/non-member

 
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