You're Invited! CSE International Fest 2018

We cordially invite you to "cruise" the water with us and learn different things about various cultures during our Annual International Festival. We will come together to celebrate the many cultures of the world. The uniqueness of cultures will be expressed by way of entertainment and serving ethnic food dishes. Donate $5 (per person) to receive a "boarding pass" to taste the foods of 50 different countries. Kindly R.S.V.P. so that we may plan accordingly. Hope to "sea" you there!

National Get Outdoors Day

Join us to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day! We are partnering with the Wildlife Discovery Center to bring wild life, the Waukegan Park District for Arts in the Park, the Waukegan Public Library, and Lake County Nature Network. Other activities include Rally Tennis, Drumming in Nature, Walk the Trails, Fishing, and Casting. We will have a limited number of fishing rods available. If you have one, please bring it with you. 

Fast Eddies will be selling Chicago style hot dogs and other snacks. 

Bevier Park - 2255 W Yorkhouse Rd, Waukegan, IL 60087
For questions contact us at 224-877-1067 

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CLE Chronicles: Adventures in Learning - Winter Newletter

We are excited to present the 2nd installment of our CLE Chronicles: Adventures in Learning - Winter Newsletter

CLE President's Day - Great Backyard Bird Count

February 19:  CLE Day/President's Day - Great Backyard Bird Count
Our CLE Day will include an opportunity for students and families to take part in the Great Backyard Bird Count.  People of all ages count birds for the Great Backyard Bird Count each year.  This year's GBBC will be held from February 16-19, 2018. 
CLE will host a Counting Activity on February 19th and we'll have an opportunity to learn about birds who winter in Illinois.
GBBC was the first online citizen science project and data collected and reported to Cornell University will be used to tell scientists and researchers much about existing bird populations.  Take part in the fun and help share important information about birds in our region!