We do our best to provide the most relevant and timely information to our readers, but please confirm dates, times, and availability before attending an event.

Events are posted on Little Lake County from information found on, but not limited to, attraction sites, government city sites; as well as submissions from individual attractions, press releases, and PR firms. All events are subject to change without notice and Little Lake County cannot be held responsible.

Little Lake County loves hearing about events!!  Events must be low cost or free and for kids, families or parents. Events must not require pre-registration to attend, and must welcome walk-ins. To submit your event for the calendar please click the green +Post Your Event button on the calendar below.

Questions about the calendar? Please contact Melissa.

{TR} = Ticket Required – this are free events that require a ticket, generally they are handed out just prior to the event.

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Winter Homes 1:00 pm
Winter Homes @ Crabtree Nature Center
Dec 1 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Where do animals go during winter? Learn about winter homes of animals, then go outside to build a shelter.
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Where Did the Cold-blooded Creatures Go? 1:00 pm
Where Did the Cold-blooded Creatures Go? @ Crabtree Nature Center
Dec 8 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Learn about strategies that native reptiles and amphibians use to survive Chicago winters. Indoor presentation, then a short outdoor hike.
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Winter Solstice 1:00 pm
Winter Solstice @ Crabtree Nature Center
Dec 21 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Enjoy cocoa and warm yourself around the fire while learning the science and mythology surrounding this seasonal celebration.
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Winter Walk 1:00 pm
Winter Walk @ Crabtree Nature Center
Dec 22 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Winter has a beauty all its own. Take a walk along Burr Edge trail and experience the serenity of winter.
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Secret Sea 1:00 pm
Secret Sea @ Crabtree Nature Center
Dec 29 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Come see fossils from ancient sea creatures who lived in the Chicago Region 400 million years ago.
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12 Comments

  1. The events seem to revolve in most part around children and families and although that is nice, there is not a lot for single adults. is there a separate web site for those events?

  2. Is there a way to print out the calendar of just the month of June in one page? A printer friendly version?
    When I try to print it, it is wanting to print 25 pages in strange columns.
    Thanks.

  3. Rockin Jump no longer has rockin tots on Saturdays in the summer if you want to make that change. They said it would return in the fall.

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