Upcoming events at Chicago Botanic Garden

Mothers' Day Brunch
Food

Mothers' Day Brunch

Sunday 9:00am (13 May)
Chicago Botanic Garden, Glencoe

Events around Chicago Botanic Garden

Steve Martin and Martin Short
Music

Steve Martin and Martin Short

Sunday 5:00pm (12 August)
Ravinia Festival, Highland Park

Leonard Bernstein: 100 Years Young —A New Young People’s Concert
Music

Leonard Bernstein: 100 Years Young —A New Young People’s Concert

Saturday 10:00am (28 July)
Ravinia Festival, Highland Park

RSMI: Brahms and More
Music

RSMI: Brahms and More

Thursday 5:00pm (19 July)
Ravinia Festival, Highland Park

RSMI: Brahms and More
Music

RSMI: Brahms and More

Monday 5:00pm (09 July)
Ravinia Festival, Highland Park

Leon Fleisher: Bach & Brahms
Music

Leon Fleisher: Bach & Brahms

Monday 5:00pm (23 July)
Ravinia Festival, Highland Park

Jethro Tull by Ian Anderson: 50th Anniversary Tour
Music

Jethro Tull by Ian Anderson: 50th Anniversary Tour

Monday 7:30pm (03 September)
Ravinia Festival, Highland Park

Yes featuring Anderson, Rabin, and Wakeman
Music

Yes featuring Anderson, Rabin, and Wakeman

Friday 5:00pm (07 September)
Ravinia Festival, Highland Park

Zukerman Trio: All Brahms
Music

Zukerman Trio: All Brahms

Wednesday 5:00pm (11 July)
Ravinia Festival, Highland Park


Scopes in the City – Chicago Botanic Garden

Scopes in the City – Chicago Botanic Garden


When?

Start time: Saturday 8:00pm (21 April)
End time: Saturday 9:30pm (21 April)

Where?

Chicago Botanic Garden
1000 Lake Cook Rd, Glencoe

About

Telescope observing from 8:00 – 9:30 pm is free and open to all (weather permitting) and no tickets or reservations are needed for telescope observing.

Adler astronomers and educators are bringing the museum—and the Universe—a little closer to you! With ‘Scopes in the City, Adler astronomers and staff lead free telescope observing programs in Chicago neighborhoods. Depending on the dates, times and locations of the ‘Scopes in the City events, attendees may be able to observe the Sun, Moon, Jupiter, Saturn, and more!

Because all ‘Scopes in the City events are weather permitting, please follow us on Twitter @AdlerPlanet or search #ScopesintheCity for updates. You never know where our telescopes will pop up next!

The Adler Planetarium is grateful to U.S. Bank for supporting ‘Scopes in the City.