Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: How to Find and Take Care of the Right Plant For Your Lifestyle
Jul
7
1:00 PM13:00

Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: How to Find and Take Care of the Right Plant For Your Lifestyle

Increase your plant parenting skills in a friendly non-judgmental atmosphere. 

What you'll be learning: how to find and take care of the right plant for your lifestyle. We believe that any person can develop a green thumb. You can keep a plant alive, and not only that, you can keep a plant healthy!

The class fee includes a demonstration and hands-on guided practice. 

Not included: Plants. Purchase your new plant friend for the class at 15% off retail price!

BYOB and BYOF (Bring your own friends!)

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Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)
Jul
21
1:00 PM13:00

Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)

Spark a brand-new passion: Learn how to design, build, and care for your very own terrarium. Do you get to take your new terrarium home with you? You betcha! Not only do you get to learn how to create beautiful treasures- you get to take them home, too! You'll have gainednew knowledge and insight, and possibly a favorite new hobby! All materials are provided. BYOB if you feel like sipping while you create!


We also create private workshops and parties for your terrarium-themed gathering needs! Just ask... connect@cultivateurbanrainforest.com

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Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)
Jun
23
1:00 PM13:00

Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)

Spark a brand-new passion: Learn how to design, build, and care for your very own terrarium. Do you get to take your new terrarium home with you? You betcha! Not only do you get to learn how to create beautiful treasures- you get to take them home, too! You'll have gainednew knowledge and insight, and possibly a favorite new hobby! All materials are provided. BYOB if you feel like sipping while you create!


We also create private workshops and parties for your terrarium-themed gathering needs! Just ask... connect@cultivateurbanrainforest.com

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HAPPY TO SEE ME: A Summer garden of stories, songs, story-songs, and songs that tells stories.
Jun
22
7:30 PM19:30

HAPPY TO SEE ME: A Summer garden of stories, songs, story-songs, and songs that tells stories.

Come join singer-songwriter Naomi Ashley and theatre artists David Kodeski and Edward Thomas-Herrera at Cultivate in HAPPY TO SEE ME, a summer garden of stories, songs, story-songs, and songs that tells stories.

Featuring guest musicians John Szymanski, Chris Schoen, Jenny and Robin Beinemann, along with poet Cin Salach and performance mavens Rachel Claff and Chloe Johnston.

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Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: How to Find and Take Care of the Right Plant For Your Lifestyle
Jun
2
1:00 PM13:00

Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: How to Find and Take Care of the Right Plant For Your Lifestyle

Increase your plant parenting skills in a friendly non-judgmental atmosphere. 

What you'll be learning: how to find and take care of the right plant for your lifestyle. We believe that any person can develop a green thumb. You can keep a plant alive, and not only that, you can keep a plant healthy!

The class fee includes a demonstration and hands-on guided practice. 

Not included: Plants. Purchase your new plant friend for the class at 15% off retail price!

BYOB and BYOF (Bring your own friends!)

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Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)
May
19
1:00 PM13:00

Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)

Spark a brand-new passion: Learn how to design, build, and care for your very own terrarium. Do you get to take your new terrarium home with you? You betcha! Not only do you get to learn how to create beautiful treasures- you get to take them home, too! You'll have gainednew knowledge and insight, and possibly a favorite new hobby! All materials are provided. BYOB if you feel like sipping while you create!


We also create private workshops and parties for your terrarium-themed gathering needs! Just ask... connect@cultivateurbanrainforest.com

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Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: How to Find and Take Care of the Right Plant For Your Lifestyle
May
5
1:00 PM13:00

Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: How to Find and Take Care of the Right Plant For Your Lifestyle

Increase your plant parenting skills in a friendly non-judgmental atmosphere. 

What you'll be learning: how to find and take care of the right plant for your lifestyle. We believe that any person can develop a green thumb. You can keep a plant alive, and not only that, you can keep a plant healthy!

The class fee includes a demonstration and hands-on guided practice. 

Not included: Plants. Purchase your new plant friend for the class at 15% off retail price!

BYOB and BYOF (Bring your own friends!)

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A Sound Spring: Connecting and Creating Harmony within Our Inner and Outer World
Apr
27
7:00 PM19:00

A Sound Spring: Connecting and Creating Harmony within Our Inner and Outer World

A Time to Set Intentions, Experience Self-Healing and awareness, and to honor the earth by connecting with Plants.

The inspiration came from reading Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring" that addressed various environmental concerns. Over the years and up to the present there are still myriad imbalances throughout earth. There is a strong need for connecting with earth. Many people these days who are nature deficit tend have a lot of mental, physical, and emotional challenges. So, it is clear that people can react based on what they experience in their surroundings. However, it is also possible that our state of being individually and collectively can have an effect on the earth. There have been various scientific practices that integrate science and philosophy. One particular scientist, Dr. Masaru Emoto conducted various water experiments who can to believe that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water. During this workshop we will be setting intentions, using water, plants, soil, as well as guided meditation, and Gong and Bowl Journey.

This workshop will include: Guided meditations, water intentions, mindful repotting and planting, and Gong and Bowl Sound Healing.

Doors will open at 6pm
Event will start at 7pm and end at 11pm.

What you will take home:

  • A Potted Plant

  • A jar of intentional water

  • A sense of deep peace and inspiration


What you need to bring (as supplies are limited):

  • A Mat and/or blankets

  • 1-2 small pillows (to support the head and under the knees)


Prices:

$45 Online | $55 @ Door

Leaders:

Rebecca Jane Justice is a Vibrational Therapist, Reiki Master Teacher, & Numerologist, who has been honing her crafts for over a decade. After recovering from 2 near-death experiences and developing an acute awareness of the mind-body-spirit connection, Ms. Justice set off with newfound purpose toward a divine path of sacred and intentional healing. As a devoted "Earth School" student, Jane spent much of her life exploring various healing modalities, releasing limiting beliefs, and uncovering her own innate superpowers. In addition to working in the medical field as a patient advocate & with schools as a wellness instructor, she has been certified by a wide range of acclaimed masters, shamans, healers, and leaders in a number of modalities -- including becoming a certified Infinite Possibilities trainer with Mike Dooley and an Assertiveness Coach with Doreen Virtue.

Lucy Doyle is an energy healer, psychic reader and meditation teacher. She has always felt a deep connection to plants and feels a sense of joy, beauty, and stillness when connecting with plant energy. However it was not until she started shopping at cultivate that she began to learn how to take care of plants. Through the knowledge she has learned at cultivate she has been able to bring plants into her home and integrate them into her meditation and healing process, which has spread a sense of joy, beauty, and stillness through her home. Lucy has been studying and integrating different types of spirituality for 9 years. She is passionate about using what she has learned in her studies to bring a sense of magic and beauty into aspects of life that may seem mundane or routine at first glance. Her goal as a teacher is to use meditation as tool to assist people in bringing a sense of richness and beauty to everyday life.

Rachel Lemuel grew up with a deep love and appreciation for animals, plants, and all things nature. Yet she was also drawn to mysticism as she was seeking to understand what truly connected all things. After going through a yoga training program and reading “Autobiography of a Yogi”, her life not only changed, but everything made more sense. As a survivor of trauma, she advocates that yoga saved her life and still is. Rachel continues to walk the stepping stones of this lifetime always learning, practicing, forgiving, and being. Whether, its yoga, guided meditation & yoga nidra, artistic healing, reiki, bodywork, or simply a listening ear, she will gladly help all those in need as we all need LOVE.

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Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)
Apr
14
1:00 PM13:00

Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)

Spark a brand-new passion: Learn how to design, build, and care for your very own terrarium. Do you get to take your new terrarium home with you? You betcha! Not only do you get to learn how to create beautiful treasures- you get to take them home, too! You'll have gainednew knowledge and insight, and possibly a favorite new hobby! All materials are provided. BYOB if you feel like sipping while you create!


We also create private workshops and parties for your terrarium-themed gathering needs! Just ask... connect@cultivateurbanrainforest.com

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Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: How to Find and Take Care of the Right Plant For Your Lifestyle
Apr
7
1:00 PM13:00

Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: How to Find and Take Care of the Right Plant For Your Lifestyle

Increase your plant parenting skills in a friendly non-judgmental atmosphere. 

What you'll be learning: how to find and take care of the right plant for your lifestyle. We believe that any person can develop a green thumb. You can keep a plant alive, and not only that, you can keep a plant healthy!

The class fee includes a demonstration and hands-on guided practice. 

Not included: Plants. Purchase your new plant friend for the class at 15% off retail price!

BYOB and BYOF (Bring your own friends!)

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Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: How to Find and Take Care of the Right Plant For Your Lifestyle
Mar
24
1:00 PM13:00

Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: How to Find and Take Care of the Right Plant For Your Lifestyle

Increase your plant parenting skills in a friendly non-judgmental atmosphere. 

What you'll be learning: how to find and take care of the right plant for your lifestyle. We believe that any person can develop a green thumb. You can keep a plant alive, and not only that, you can keep a plant healthy!

The class fee includes a demonstration and hands-on guided practice. 

Not included: Plants. Purchase your new plant friend for the class at 15% off retail price!

BYOB and BYOF (Bring your own friends!)

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Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)
Mar
3
1:00 PM13:00

Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)

Spark a brand-new passion: Learn how to design, build, and care for your very own terrarium. Do you get to take your new terrarium home with you? You betcha! Not only do you get to learn how to create beautiful treasures- you get to take them home, too! You'll have gainednew knowledge and insight, and possibly a favorite new hobby! All materials are provided. BYOB if you feel like sipping while you create!


We also create private workshops and parties for your terrarium-themed gathering needs! Just ask... connect@cultivateurbanrainforest.com

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Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: How to Find and Take Care of the Right Plant For Your Lifestyle
Feb
24
1:00 PM13:00

Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: How to Find and Take Care of the Right Plant For Your Lifestyle

Increase your plant parenting skills in a friendly non-judgmental atmosphere. 

What you'll be learning: how to find and take care of the right plant for your lifestyle. We believe that any person can develop a green thumb. You can keep a plant alive, and not only that, you can keep a plant healthy!

The class fee includes a demonstration and hands-on guided practice. 

Not included: Plants. Purchase your new plant friend for the class at 15% off retail price!

BYOB and BYOF (Bring your own friends!)

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Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)
Feb
10
1:00 PM13:00

Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)

Spark a brand-new passion: Learn how to design, build, and care for your very own terrarium. Do you get to take your new terrarium home with you? You betcha! Not only do you get to learn how to create beautiful treasures- you get to take them home, too! You'll have gainednew knowledge and insight, and possibly a favorite new hobby! All materials are provided. BYOB if you feel like sipping while you create!


We also create private workshops and parties for your terrarium-themed gathering needs! Just ask... connect@cultivateurbanrainforest.com

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Ethnic Heritage Ensemble Be Known! Tour
Feb
9
8:00 PM20:00

Ethnic Heritage Ensemble Be Known! Tour

Cultivate is proud to host the legendary Ethnic Heritage Ensemble during their Be Known! 2019 tour.

The Ethnic Heritage Ensemble has toured internationally as well as recorded enumerable celebrated projects over the last 45 years. The current line up , featuring Corey Wilkes/trumpet , Alex Harding/baritone sax , and the bands founder, Dr. Kahil El’Zabar/multi-percussion/composition, is guaranteed to inspire audiences.

The EHE is a must see ensemble, making history with each performance. They are 21st century Griot, making Great Black Music for the Mind, Body, and Spirit!

Price: $18 in advance | $25 at the door

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Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)
Feb
3
1:00 PM13:00

Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)

Spark a brand-new passion: Learn how to design, build, and care for your very own terrarium. Do you get to take your new terrarium home with you? You betcha! Not only do you get to learn how to create beautiful treasures- you get to take them home, too! You'll have gainednew knowledge and insight, and possibly a favorite new hobby! All materials are provided. BYOB if you feel like sipping while you create!


We also create private workshops and parties for your terrarium-themed gathering needs! Just ask... connect@cultivateurbanrainforest.com

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Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)
Jan
20
1:00 PM13:00

Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)

Spark a brand-new passion: Learn how to design, build, and care for your very own terrarium. Do you get to take your new terrarium home with you? You betcha! Not only do you get to learn how to create beautiful treasures- you get to take them home, too! You'll have gainednew knowledge and insight, and possibly a favorite new hobby! All materials are provided. BYOB if you feel like sipping while you create!


We also create private workshops and parties for your terrarium-themed gathering needs! Just ask... connect@cultivateurbanrainforest.com

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Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: How to Find and Take Care of the Right Plant For Your Lifestyle
Jan
13
1:00 PM13:00

Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: How to Find and Take Care of the Right Plant For Your Lifestyle

Increase your plant parenting skills in a friendly non-judgmental atmosphere. 

What you'll be learning: how to find and take care of the right plant for your lifestyle. We believe that any person can develop a green thumb. You can keep a plant alive, and not only that, you can keep a plant healthy!

The class fee includes a demonstration and hands-on guided practice. 

Not included: Plants. Purchase your new plant friend for the class at 15% off retail price!

BYOB and BYOF (Bring your own friends!)

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Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)
Jan
6
1:00 PM13:00

Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)

Spark a brand-new passion: Learn how to design, build, and care for your very own terrarium. Do you get to take your new terrarium home with you? You betcha! Not only do you get to learn how to create beautiful treasures- you get to take them home, too! You'll have gainednew knowledge and insight, and possibly a favorite new hobby! All materials are provided. BYOB if you feel like sipping while you create!


We also create private workshops and parties for your terrarium-themed gathering needs! Just ask... connect@cultivateurbanrainforest.com

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Artist Talk: Sharon Gilmore | Whispering Branches and Dark Dark Dirt
Nov
8
6:30 PM18:30

Artist Talk: Sharon Gilmore | Whispering Branches and Dark Dark Dirt

Join us for an Artist Talk with our Featured Artist Sharon Gilmore | Whispering Branches and Dark Dark Dirt. 

Sharon describes her sculptures as containers for the soul that dwells within. 

Using branches, mud and materials salvaged from industry, she builds forms from the inside out that provide space and protection for the soul to live . Some of the sculptures have solid dark exteriors while others appear fragile and open meshed. They reference the human body, tools, and objects that may have been used in spiritual practices. 

Gilmore's experiences as a nurse profoundly influenced her artistic life. In the early 1970's she volunteered as a public health nurse in the altiplano of Peru. During these two years, she witnessed many sacred ceremonies and learned about symbols incorporated into weavings and pottery. It was in Peru that she started making art. She continues to be drawn to cultures vastly different from her own. 

She completed her BFA in Montreal in 1976, and her MFA at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1985. Simultaneously she worked part time as a nurse in various specialties including the rehabilitation after spinal cord injuries, mother and newborn care, and lastly Hospice/ Palliative Care. Repeatedly she witnessed the human spirit emerge, struggle, glow and then depart. She no longer practices nursing but describes those experiences as indelible.

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Terrarium Workshop: Halloween Edition (Always BYOB)
Oct
7
2:00 PM14:00

Terrarium Workshop: Halloween Edition (Always BYOB)

Join Cultivate for an All Hallow's Eve-themed terrarium class! Special Halloween figurines (some even glow in the dark!), tricks and treats, and spooky tunes provided. Costumes encouraged but not required!

Spark a brand-new passion: Learn how to design, build, and care for your very own terrarium. Do you get to take your new terrarium home with you? You betcha! Not only do you get to learn how to create boo-tiful treasures- you get to take them home, too! You'll have gained new knowledge and insight, and possibly a favorite new hobby! All materials are provided. BYOB if you feel like sipping while you create!

We also create private workshops and parties for your terrarium-themed gathering needs! Just ask... connect@cultivateurbanrainforest.com

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Opening Reception: Sharon Gilmore | Whispering Branches and Dark Dark Dirt
Sep
29
6:30 PM18:30
Art

Opening Reception: Sharon Gilmore | Whispering Branches and Dark Dark Dirt

Join Cultivate Urban Rainforest & Gallery for the Opening Reception of Whispering Branches and Dark Dark Dirt by Evanston-based artist Sharon Gilmore. 

Sharon describes her sculptures as containers for the soul that dwells within. 

Using branches, mud and materials salvaged from industry, she builds forms from the inside out that provide space and protection for the soul to live . Some of the sculptures have solid dark exteriors while others appear fragile and open meshed. They reference the human body, tools, and objects that may have been used in spiritual practices. 

Gilmore's experiences as a nurse profoundly influenced her artistic life. In the early 1970's she volunteered as a public health nurse in the altiplano of Peru. During these two years, she witnessed many sacred ceremonies and learned about symbols incorporated into weavings and pottery. It was in Peru that she started making art. She continues to be drawn to cultures vastly different from her own. 

She completed her BFA in Montreal in 1976, and her MFA at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1985. Simultaneously she worked part time as a nurse in various specialties including the rehabilitation after spinal cord injuries, mother and newborn care, and lastly Hospice/ Palliative Care. Repeatedly she witnessed the human spirit emerge, struggle, glow and then depart. She no longer practices nursing but describes those experiences as indelible.

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Book Event: Author Liam Heneghan | Beasts at Bedtime
Sep
20
6:30 PM18:30

Book Event: Author Liam Heneghan | Beasts at Bedtime

Talking lions, philosophical bears, very hungry caterpillars, wise spiders, altruistic trees, companionable moles, urbane elephants: this is the magnificent menagerie that delights our children at bedtime. Within the entertaining pages of many children’s books, however, also lie profound teachings about the natural world that can help children develop an educated and engaged appreciation of the dynamic environment they inhabit.

In Beasts at Bedtime, scientist (and father) Liam Heneghan examines the environmental underpinnings of children’s stories. From Beatrix Potter to Harry Potter, Heneghan unearths the universal insights into our inextricable relationship with nature that underlie so many classic children’s stories. Some of the largest environmental challenges in coming years—from climate instability, the extinction crisis, freshwater depletion, and deforestation—are likely to become even more severe as this generation of children grows up. Though today’s young readers will bear the brunt of these environmental calamities, they will also be able to contribute to environmental solutions if prepared properly. And all it takes is an attentive eye: Heneghan shows how the nature curriculum is already embedded in bedtime stories, from the earliest board books like The Rainbow Fish to contemporary young adult classics like The Hunger Games.

Beasts at Bedtime is an awakening to the vital environmental education children’s stories can provide—from the misadventures of The Runaway Bunny to more overt tales like The Lorax. Heneghan serves as our guide, drawing richly upon his own adolescent and parental experiences, as well as his travels in landscapes both experienced and imagined. Organized into thematic sections, the work winds its way through literary forests, colorful characters, and global environments.

This book enthralls as it engages. Heneghan as a guide is as charming as he is insightful, showing how kids (and adults) can start to experience the natural world in incredible ways from the comfort of their own rooms. Beasts at Bedtimewill help parents, teachers, and guardians extend those cozy times curled up together with a good book into a lifetime of caring for our planet.

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Upended Productions Presents 'Alice'
Sep
16
to Oct 21

Upended Productions Presents 'Alice'

Cultivate will become one of the many stages for Upended Production’s Alice – an immersive theatrical experience traveling the Main-Dempster Mile. Follow the rabbit Saturdays & Sundays starting with preview performances on September 16th and running September 22nd-Oct 21st.


Alice is an ambulatory, multi-disciplinary theatrical experience. The audience, traveling in groups of 15, follows a white rabbit to various locations throughout the Main-Dempster Mile in Evanston. Ducking into storerooms and back patios, traipsing through stores and taverns and galleries, the audience IS Alice and the Main-Dempster Mile shopping district becomes a wonderland. Chapters of the book are divided amongst Evanston and Chicago theater companies, visual artists, and filmmakers, and performed in the various locations throughout the neighborhood.

With original work by The Factory TheaterMudlark Theater CompanyThe Fleetwood-Jourdain TheaterShowParty!Naomi Ashley, Laura McKenzie, David Kodeski, Corrbette PaskoEmmy BeanJosh Zagoren, Dina Walters, Logan Kibens, John Randle and many more.

This show takes place both indoors and out and will commence rain or shine.  There are no refunds unless the show is officially cancelled—because Alice isn’t scared of a little water.

This performance of Alice is supported in part by the Evanston Arts Council and lots of generous help from the Main-Dempster Mile SSA.

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Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: Elements - Light & Water
Sep
16
2:00 PM14:00

Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: Elements - Light & Water

Increase your plant parenting skills in a friendly non-judgemental atmosphere. What you'll be learning: How to identify the light & water needs of your plant, allowing it to thrive. Our goal is to take the guesswork out of your plant-owning journey.

We believe that any person can develop a green thumb. You can keep a plant alive, and not only that, you can keep a plant healthy!

The class fee includes a demonstration and hands-on guided practice. 

Not included: Plants. Purchase your new plant friend for the class at 15% off retail price!

BYOB and BYOF (Bring your own friends!)

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Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)
Sep
16
2:00 PM14:00

Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)

Spark a brand-new passion: Learn how to design, build, and care for your very own terrarium. Do you get to take your new terrarium home with you? You betcha! Not only do you get to learn how to create beautiful treasures- you get to take them home, too! You'll have gainednew knowledge and insight, and possibly a favorite new hobby! All materials are provided. BYOB if you feel like sipping while you create!


We also create private workshops and parties for your terrarium-themed gathering needs! Just ask... connect@cultivateurbanrainforest.com

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Evanston Wine Walk (South Route)
Sep
13
5:00 PM17:00

Evanston Wine Walk (South Route)

Cultivate will be participating in the Evanston Wine Walk - South Route

Stroll along the Main-Dempster Mile, stopping and sipping at shops along the way. Profits from the Wine Walk will benefit the installation of the Chicago Avenue Mural. 

Regular ticket includes wine samplings at 25+ shops on your route. NEW THIS YEAR: You must choose either the "North" or "South" route, or pay a little extra to visit stops on both routes. North route is all stops north of Greenleaf. South route is all stops south of Greenleaf. 

VIP tickets include all the benefits of regular tickets (BOTH ROUTES INCLUDED), plus souvenir wine glass, entertainment and premium pour. NOTE: Available at Vinic Wine (North Route) and Firehouse Grill (South Route) check-in entrance only.

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Evanston Streets Alive | Green Living Festival
Sep
9
1:00 PM13:00

Evanston Streets Alive | Green Living Festival

Stop by our nature-themed stamp crafting table during the Evanston Streets Alive Green Living Festival!

The Evanston Green Living Festival is a fun and educational annual event that is presented by the EEA in partnership with Citizens' Greener Evanston and the City of Evanston. 

The green fest is held to provide an opportunity for businesses and organizations to present products, services and ideas that will help festival attendees lead more sustainable lives.. 

This year's green fest will once again take place as an integral part of Streets Alive, Evanston's pro-walk, pro-bike, and pro-place event that takes place on one mile of Main Street in Evanston. 

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Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: Elements - Light & Water
Aug
22
3:00 PM15:00

Plant Parenthood Workshop Series: Elements - Light & Water

Increase your plant parenting skills in a friendly non-judgemental atmosphere. What you'll be learning: How to identify the light & water needs of your plant, allowing it to thrive. Our goal is to take the guesswork out of your plant-owning journey.

We believe that any person can develop a green thumb. You can keep a plant alive, and not only that, you can keep a plant healthy!

The class fee includes a demonstration and hands-on guided practice. 

Not included: Plants. Purchase your new plant friend for the class at 15% off retail price!

BYOB and BYOF (Bring your own friends!)

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Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)
Aug
19
2:00 PM14:00

Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)

Spark a brand-new passion: Learn how to design, build, and care for your very own terrarium. Do you get to take your new terrarium home with you? You betcha! Not only do you get to learn how to create beautiful treasures- you get to take them home, too! You'll have gained new knowledge and insight, and possibly a favorite new hobby! All materials are provided. BYOB if you feel like sipping while you create!
We also create private workshops and parties for your terrarium-themed gathering needs! Just ask... connect@cultivateurbanrainforest.com

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Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)
Aug
9
6:30 PM18:30

Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)

Spark a brand-new passion: Learn how to design, build, and care for your very own terrarium. Do you get to take your new terrarium home with you? You betcha! Not only do you get to learn how to create beautiful treasures- you get to take them home, too! You'll have gained new knowledge and insight, and possibly a favorite new hobby! All materials are provided. BYOB if you feel like sipping while you create!
We also create private workshops and parties for your terrarium-themed gathering needs! Just ask... connect@cultivateurbanrainforest.com

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Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)
Aug
5
2:00 PM14:00

Terrarium Workshop (Always BYOB)

Spark a brand-new passion: Learn how to design, build, and care for your very own terrarium. Do you get to take your new terrarium home with you? You betcha! Not only do you get to learn how to create beautiful treasures- you get to take them home, too! You'll have gained new knowledge and insight, and possibly a favorite new hobby! All materials are provided. BYOB if you feel like sipping while you create!
We also create private workshops and parties for your terrarium-themed gathering needs! Just ask... connect@cultivateurbanrainforest.com

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