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Arts & Nature on the River

Dates: Jun. 16, 2018 - Jun. 16, 2018
Times: 12:00 p.m - 4:00 p.m.
Category: Education/History Arts/Crafts Nature
Location: Four Rivers Environmental Education Center, 25055 W Walnut Ln, Channahon, IL 60410
Phone: (815) 727-8700
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Join us for our third "Arts & Nature on the River"!

This event combines the beauty of nature with a sampling of the creative arts it inspires. Stroll the paved trails around Four Rivers Environmental Education Center while exploring several informal venues and galleries located throughout the preserve.

Visitors will discover numerous art exhibits, live music, intriguing performances, creative demonstrations and hands-on activities. Exhibits and activities will be ongoing. Demonstrations and performances will be scheduled multiple times throughout the afternoon.

"Arts & Nature" is an "unplugged" affair with an environmentally sensitive approach.

Visitors can bike or hike in via the I&M Canal Trail. Bicycle parking will be available.

Take in the sights and sounds and discover something new at every bend in the trail!

No registration is required for this program.

Please leave pets at home. Wear comfortable walking shoes and come explore at your own pace. Bring a refillable water bottle and replenish at several stations on site.

The event route is a 0.66-mile accessible trail loop and will be limited to foot traffic for the safety and enjoyment of everyone. Strollers and accessibility aids will be allowed. "Arts & Nature" will be held on paved paths across uneven terrain. Some portions of the event will be held inside an accessible facility.


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Autobahn Country Club
Milltown Market
Friaco's Mexican Restaurant
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