Free fun for the whole family abounds at the 4th annual Polar Adventure Days. Try snowshoeing and cross country skiing if the predicted snow accumulates.
It's TIME to stop hibernating and bundle up for the final Polar Adventure Day of this winter. See ice carving............
Meet Huskies and birds of prey. Create winter and snow themed crafts.
Hear storytellers and children's musicians. Last month, Mark Kater, regular Northpark Nature Center storyteller, and Old Town School musicians kept us entranced.
In January, the biggest entertainment for Du-Jay and Sagezilla was their Dad, who was shooting footage of the event.
The Park District even mixes up batches of hot cocoa with free Polar Adventure mugs, for the first 500 people. So, break out the snowsuits and enjoy those last 6 weeks of winter the groundhog predicted.