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Five Best Things to Do in June

THE SHORTLIST: Five musts from our June culture calendar

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Kids digging up vegetables on World Environment Day

WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY

Chicago Botanic Garden’s annual party for planet Earth is an excuse for kids—and adults—to play in the dirt. See sustainable planting demos, farm-to-table food talks, and a brand-new garden-as-classroom.

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6/2 WGN’s sky-watcher Tom Skilling gives a keynote presentation at the garden’s World Environment Day bash. The festivities also include the dedication of the new Grunsfeld Children’s Growing Garden. Open 7 am–9 pm. Parking $7–$20. 1000 Lake Cook, Glencoe. chicagobotanic.org.

 

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Photograph: © Chicago Botanic Garden

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