April 5, 2014

Kohls Children’s Museum, Glenview, Illinois

The Kohls Children’s Museum invites your entire family to their 13th consecutive year of hosting the very popular Eggs to Chicks event.  Eggs to Chicks offers a delightful “eggs-hibit” for “peep-le” of all ages. 

The event features an egg incubator, hatching unit, and a newborn chick pen, all at a child’s height. Your entire family will be astounded as the ever-so-fragile eggs begin to crack, under the light of the incubator. Upon arrival, the chicks are moved to a pen, joining their other newly-born friends.  As the chicks grow, they are delivered to various farms for future egg production, and species repopulation.

This very special event will highlight 2 different species of chicken eggs, allowing your family to observe and note the differences in color, and behaviors of the breeds.  This year, the Black Java and the White Java chicken strains will be featured.  Both breeds were on the endangered species list less than a decade ago.  But in thanks to the repopulation movement, they are now flourishing, and have been removed from the list. 

The Eggs to Chicks event costs only $11.00 for both adults and children, $10.00 for seniors, and is free of charge for children 12 months of age, or younger. To purchase your tickets online, please click here.

This Saturday visit Kohls Children’s Museum to witness the amazing feat of a baby chick fighting its way through a fragile eggshell, in search of his or her new beginning. 

Where:  Kohls Children’s Museum, Glenview, Illinois

When: Saturday April 5th from 9:30 AM-5:00 PM

For more information regarding the Eggs to Chicks event, please click here.

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