This event takes place off-site at the "Set in Stone" Gathering Space (map below).
COME AND LEARN ABOUT
- "Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Legend: The Story of Chang-E" storytelling
- Illinois birds & native prairie plants with activities led by Field Museum Scientists
ENJOY AND GIVE BACK
- Chinese lantern making activity
- Free food and mooncakes
- Community prairie planting
Please wear weather appropriate clothing, close-toed, shoes, and to bring a water bottle. Gloves and tools will be provided. This is an outdoor event, rain or shine.
FREE SHUTTLE BUS FROM CHINATOWN
Ping Tom Memorial Park Field House 1700 S. Wentworth Ave.
Bus pickup 4:30pm Drop off 8:15pm
Please select "Bus Shuttle" option during registration to reserve your seat by September 25th, 2017.
"Set in Stone" Gathering Space in the Burnham Wildlife Corridor. Meet in the parking lot just west of Lake Shore Drive on the south side of 31st Street.
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This event is done in partnership through the Roots & Routes Initative with the Chicago Park District, Chinese-American Museum of Chicago, Ping Tom Advisory Council, and The Field Museum.