Spend quality time with your entire family at these Chicago events, including an Easter egg hunt, Earth Day celebration and spring festival.
The first Great Chicago Egg Hunt, presented by Medieval Times and the Chicago Park District, will take place this weekend at Maggie Daley Park. More than 10,000 eggs filled with candy will be placed around the park and participants will be able to watch sword fighting demos, take home crafts, participate in knights-in-training activities, watch an opening parade with horses and more.
In their final show of the season, Northwestern’s Imagine U will open this adaptation of “Go, Dog. Go!” by P.D. Eastman. On April 23, Imagine U will host a relaxed performance for children with autism or other sensory needs. Learn more here.
Glenview is celebrating Earth Day early with family activities, nature walks, exhibits and more at Air Station Prairie.
Celebrate spring with free family-friendly activities like open bags, face painting, balloon twisting, a visit from the Easter Bunny, an interactive DJ and live music from Sushi Roll.
Opens April 15
Fans of The Rolling Stones will be able to see instruments, clothes, lyric books, personal diaries, unseen photos and more at the band’s first major exhibit. Plus, you’ll be able to experience a backstage-to-onstage 3D concert.
- Jenniffer Weigel, who hosts “Conversations With Weigel: A Series Exploring Spiritual Enlightenment” at Wilmette Theatre, will be at The Book Stall in Winnetka on Thursday, April 13, signing copies of her new book, “Psychics, Healers and Mediums: A Journalist, a Road Trip, and Voices From the Other Side.”