March 8, 2014
Emily Oaks Nature Center, Skokie, Illinois
The Emily Oaks Nature Center invites you and your family to discover your instinctive creativity. The Nature Mural Project is an inspirational, communal event, beckoning creativity from visitors of all ages, and all perspectives.
The Emily Oaks Nature Center is a 13-acre savanna full of native wildflowers, grasses, tall oak trees, a pond and several trails. It has an abundance of birds, animals, and reptiles. Great blue herons, coyotes, flying squirrels, water snakes, red foxes, and many more can be seen. They all call the Nature Center home, and may be sighted this Saturday. You are welcome to walk the grounds and take note of anything that grabs your attention and provides motivational creativity.
Your walk should be inspiring, so bring that creative energy and enthusiasm to the table. Using acrylic paints, a massive mural will be assembled which incorporates each person’s points of interest and stimulus. The experience, in a group setting, combines the creative designs of all persons involved.
Prices to partake in the Nature Mural Project are $30.00 for residents and $38.00 for non-residents. To register your family, please call the Emily Oaks Nature Center at 847-674-1500, ext. 2500. Or, you can click here to create a member profile, and register online.
This Saturday unleash your creativity by participating in the Nature Mural Project event. All you need to bring is your enthusiasm.
When: Saturday March 8, 9:00 AM
Where: Emily Oaks Nature Center, Skokie, Illinois
For more information regarding the Nature Mural Project event, please click here.
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