Youth and Family Programs

Arbor Reading Adventures (in person)

Read nature-based stories, make a craft, and then head outside for an adventure walk.

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Join us in the Sterling Morton Library for this popular and interactive story time program. We’ll read nature-based stories, make a craft, and then head outside for a short adventure walk. The program is 45 minutes long. Themes change weekly.

Purchase day-of tickets in advance of the program at The Morton Arboretum’s Visitor Center Information desk.

This program meets on-site at the Arboretum. 

Instructor: Laura Kamedulski, coordinator for youth and family programs, The Morton Arboretum

Health and Safety: Program participants must abide by the Arboretum’s health and safety guidelines. Guidelines are subject to change, so please check back frequently. 

Age: Recommended for children ages 2 to 6.

Laura Kamedulski, coordinator for youth and family programs, The Morton Arboretum

Laura Kamedulksi leads programs for early childhood ages and supervises the Arboretum’s youth volunteers. She is a forest therapy guide, and she enjoys helping people connect with trees, nature, and the land.

  • Program tickets are available at the Information Desk in the Visitor Center for the day of your visit only. Tickets cannot be purchased over the phone, online, or for another day.
  • Adults must accompany children.
  • A portion of the program will take place outdoors, weather permitting. Dress for the weather.

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