The Chinese use the zodiac animals to inspire positive qualities in ourselves by learning from the natural world. Join Yvonne Wolf as she talks about the Chinese Zodiac and how it impacts Chinese and East Asian identity, practical math skills, and social relationships.
Meet us by the campfire as storytellers Vlada Bernhardtz and Jim May tell tales of terror just in time for Halloween. Children 12+ with an adult are welcome. Seating is limited, bring a blanket or chair to sit on. In case of rain, program will be held inside the fieldhouse. Drop in.
Join Glenview local business Cheers to Cheese to learn how to create a cheese and charcuterie tray for the holidays. Choose your own ingredients, make salami roses, aesthetically cut cheese, and make a perfect centerpiece for any occasion. Registered participants will receive a grocery list to purchase supplies for the workshop.
Learn about Glenview’s diverse “urban forest” of over 30,000 trees and what you can do to help keep a healthy tree canopy with Robyn Flakne, Village of Glenview Natural Resources Manager. Provide your feedback on the urban forest management plan, funded by the USDA Forest Service through the Illinois Department of Natural Resources Urban and Community Forestry Core Grant Program and administered by The Morton Arboretum and the Chicago Region Trees Initiative.