Play, eat and learn at the Schaumburg Park District’s Heritage Farm, 201 S. Plum Grove Road.
The Farm’s summer drop-in classes give visitors a look at life on an 1880s rural German farm. Programs include:
- Toy-Nanza, June 16- Participants will learn how 19th century children played, have fun with historic toys and make one to take home.
- Better with Butter, July 21 – After helping the house frau churn butter, attendees will make their own to take home. Bread and crackers will be available for tasting.
- Sundae School, Aug. 18 – Participants will learn to make ice cream from scratch and enjoy their own sundae.
Classes are available anytime between 10 a.m. and noon.
“Drop-in programs are fun and educational,” said Patty Kennedy, farm coordinator. “They are a great way to spend the morning at the Farm.”
Programs are appropriate for ages three and older.
Registration is not required. Cost is $2 per person.
For more information, call (847) 985-2102 or visit www.parkfun.com.