Schedule and Location
Saturday, June 29, 2019, 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.
Fees and Registration
Plants and animals offer up many different ways of being, becoming, and living. From intersex worms to flowers that transition sex overnight, nature is nonbinary! Learn about and celebrate nature and its many expressions.
This program is open to anyone who is looking to explore nature in an environment that is representative of all identities and expressions. Led by nonbinary nature enthusiast Natalia, this program will offer unique insights into the diversity of biological expression in the natural world.
The registration fee includes admission to the Arboretum, and you are welcome to come early or stay late to continue enjoying the Arboretum's grounds, including its many paved paths and wood-chipped trails.
- Held indoors and outdoors.
- Plan to enjoy a short, leisurely walk to a nearby outdoor location for a portion of the program.
- Gender neutral and Family Restrooms are available near the Sycamore Room, in the Visitor Center (main level and upstairs), and in the Children's Garden.
- Name tags will be provided, with the opportunity to include preferred pronouns.
- If you need financial assistance to attend this program, please call 630-719-2468 to speak with the Registrars.
- The Arboretum is a short ride-share away from the Metra BNSF station in Lisle. Click here to view the train schedule.
- Ages 16+. Limit 25
- Arboretum class weather, cancellation and refund policies