Join us on Saturdays for a fun, family-friendly activity at the farm this summer! Stimulate the senses by exploring the farm with a Saturday Family Activity, bring the whole family and a blanket for a morning of collaborative group music making with Jamberry Music, and enjoy an interactive story time in the gardens with Lake Forest Library!
Join us on Saturdays for a fun, family-friendly activity at the farm. Explore the farm with a Saturday Family Activity, including meet the chickens, scavenger hunt, taste the veggie rainbow, and more! Drop-in activity on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Note: Advanced registration required. This is a free program.
Take stories to the next level in a drop-in story time hosted by Lake Forest Library at Elawa Farm. Story time will include rhymes, music, and movement! A Lake Forest Children's Department Storyteller will guide toddlers, young children, and their parents/caregivers with practicing language, listening, and pre-reading skills needed for early childhood development.
Story time session will take place in the Discovery Garden or Hay Barn during inclement weather.
Note: No registration required for drop-in story time. This is a free program.
Bring the whole family and a blanket for a morning of collaborative group music making with Jamberry Music. You and your little ones will bond and make new friends while we sing, dance, move, play, pretend and experiment with instruments.
Nicole Jaworski, founder of Jamberry Music, is a local musician and mother living in Evanston, IL. She is a trained classical singer with degrees in Vocal Performance from Rice University and the New England Conservatory of Music. After traveling the country singing opera, she returned to the Chicago area to explore additional ways to bring joy, healing and growth to others using music. This pursuit led her to a study of music therapy and teaching early childhood music.
Note: Advance registration and fee applies.
Elawa Farm Foundation | 1401 Middlefork Drive | Lake Forest | IL | 60045
847-234-1966 | elawafarm.org