The Third Annual Spooky Pooch Parade featured approximately 400 dogs in costume this past Saturday. This is the only day each year when dogs are permitted at the Chicago Botanic Garden. We were there to capture the fun and put together some highlights for your enjoyment. Mark your calendar for next year’s parade and get working on those creative costumes. We love to see them and you at the Garden! Visit http://www.chicagobotanic.org/dog for more photos and information.
There are so many reasons to visit the Chicago Botanic Garden. Whether you are seeking evening musical entertainment, a quiet morning walk or a great location for a family reunion, you will find a time and place to enjoy the Garden.
Chicago Botanic Garden camp instructor Aimee Frank discusses the fun and adventures kids experience during Spring Break Camp and Camp CBG. During Spring Break Camp (March 29-April 2) children ages 5-8 discover bulbs, look for birds and other wildlife, and learn about all aspects of nature at the Chicago Botanic Garden. Starting in mid-June, children can attend Camp CBG which provides exciting outdoor learning opportunities for kids ages 2-15.