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Events Calendar

The following calendar highlights environmental events and programs sponsored by CEN members. You are sure to find fun-filled activities for all age groups! Browse through the list of events, or use the search form at the bottom of the page.

One-day volunteer opportunities are also listed here.

Event/Organization Event Date Cost
Prairie Sampler and Trail Workday
Forest Preserve District of Will County
 
10/2/22 
Free 
Take a Hike & Lunch
Starved Rock State Park
 
10/2/22 
$22 
Historic Prairie Open House
Save the Prairie Society
 
10/2/22 
Free 
What’s on The Menu?
River Trail Nature Center
 
10/2/22 
Free 
Public Gallery Tour: The Art Institute
Art Institute of Chicago
 
10/2/22 
Free w/admission 
Bailly / Chellberg History Hike
Indiana Dunes National Park
 
10/2/22 
 
Healing Hikes
Forest Preserve District of Kane County
 
10/2/22 
Free 
Volunteer Restoration Workday at Churchill Woods
Forest Preserve District of DuPage County
 
10/2/22 
Free 
Volunteer! Meadowbrook Mondays
Shirley Heinze Land Trust
 
10/3/22 
Free 
Forest Hike
Forest Preserve District of DuPage County
 
10/3/22 
$5 


Categories
Counties
Adult Program
Animals/Birding
Archeology/History
Archery
Art/Photography
Astronomy
Biking
Book Discussion
Canoeing/Kayaking
Children's Program
Concert
Conference/Lecture/Workshop
Day Camp
Family Program
Festival/Exhibit
Field Trip/Outing/Tour
Film/Documentary
Fishing/Camping
For Teachers
Geocaching/Orienteering
Nature Hike
Plants/Trees/Gardening
Recycling
Restoration Workday
Run/Marathon/Walk
Skiing/Snowshoeing
Urban Gardening
Webinar/Online
Other
Boone
Cook
DuPage
Kane
Kendall
Kenosha, WI
Lake, IL
Lake, IN
McHenry
Porter, IN
Will
Winnebago
Other
 


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