Scandinavian Folk Ensemble, Chicago Spelmanslag, including Arborsmiths own Tim Andersen will be performing at the Passport Europe Festival at The Morton Arboretum.
Take a trip around Europe at 2nd Annual Passport Europe Cultural Festival on September 24-25, 2016. No need for a passport, experience authentic music, dance, cuisine, and more in one weekend.
Chicago Spelmanslag will be performing 2-3 pm on the Bavarian Forest Stage (Picnic Area at Main Parking Lot).
Passport Europe Festival is FREE with Arboretum admission.
Explore European Tree Collections
Take a quick trip to surround yourself with European trees! Hike the trails and explore the Arboretum's collections of trees and plants native to central and northern Europe, some of the oldest collections on the Arboretum’s grounds.
The European collections at The Morton Arboretum feature a group of plants native to Central Europe (Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Hungary, and Poland) and Northern Europe (Norway, Sweden, and Finland). These two collections represent one of the oldest collections on the Arboretum grounds, started in 1925 by Henry Teuscher, the Arboretum's first botanist.
Eighty to ninety percent of Europe was once covered in forests. Much of Europe is densely populated, and its flora has been greatly affected by Europe's agricultural history. The continent offers a palette of plants that can thrive in Northern Illinois.
For more information visit: www.mortonarb.org/events/passport-europe-festival
The Morton Arboretum is located at: 4100 Illinois Route 53 • Lisle, IL 60532
Admission prices are: $14 Adults ages 18–64 • $12 Seniors ages 65+ • $9 Youth ages 2–17