The Target Family Fun Festival returns offering interactive activities, arts and crafts and games for kids of all ages. The 2014 Target Family Fun Festival schedule is below.
Wiggleworms® at 10 am
Join the Wiggleworms® instructors from the Old Town School of Folk Music as they lead children in sing-alongs, circle dances and more.
Reading Circle at 11 am
Chill out with a story time that is sure to delight.
Family Performances at 1 pm
Enjoy a mix of live music and interactive dance performances that are sure to have you up on your feet.
Activity Zone Partners
Partners change weekly and include Lurie Garden, Get Out & Grow, Barrel of Monkeys, Chicago Parent Magazine, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago History Museum, Easel Art Studio, CircEsteem and Lookingglass Theatre.
The complete schedule is below.
|Chicago Parent Magazine (new)
|Easel Art Studio (new)
|Get Out & Grow
June 30–July 6
|Museum of Science and Industry
|CircEsteem, Chicago’s Youth Circus
|Barrel of Monkeys
|Chicago History Museum
July 28–August 3
Mondays at 1pm. Join us for hip hop yoga, tap dance, hoopnotics and much more!
Read All About It!
On Wednesdays at 11am, kids will enjoy a special reading of a featured author—and the first 50 families will receive a free book:
Eric Carle’s Artist Who Painted A Blue Horse
Celebrating Eric Carle’s 85th birthday
Peter Brown’s The Curious Garden
Promoting nature- and science-based exploration with Get Out & Grow
Dr. Seuss’ A Cat in the Hat
Fostering imagination and creative storytelling with Barrel of Monkeys
Bill Martin Jr.’s Chicka Chicka Boom Boom!
Brian Floca’s Locomotive
Supporting American technology with Museum of Science and Industry
Michael Mullin and John Skews’ Larry Gets Lost in Chicago
Celebrating Chicago history with Chicago History Museum
Drew Daywait’s The Day the Crayons Quit
Encouraging artistic creativity with Easel Art Studio
Don Freeman’s Corduroy
Honoring the late Don Freeman on his birthday
Tony Mitton’s Amazing Airplanes
Celebrating National Aviation Day
Brought to you by The Millennium Park Foundation
Monday, June 23 - Sunday, August 24, 2014
10 am - 3 pm
Millennium Park, Chase Promenade North
201 E. Randolph St.
Chicago, IL 60601
Every aspect of Millennium Park was designed to be fully accessible to all patrons. The following services are available:
For travel information, visit www.transitchicago.com.