Mayor Emanuel, Chicago Park District and Field Museum Announce Local Teams of Artists and Non-profits to Create Gathering Spaces along City’s South Lakefront

CHICAGO--(ENEWSPF)--March 21, 2016.  Mayor Rahm Emanuel, the Chicago Park District and officials with the Field Museum of Natural History today announced that five gathering spaces within the Burnham Wildlife Corridor, which will be created by five teams of artists and community-based organizations.

The Burnham Wildlife Corridor is a 100-acre ribbon of natural areas located within Burnham Park along Chicago’s south lakefront.

“These gathering spaces along the south lakefront are part of our effort to give children and residents in every neighborhood the opportunity to learn about nature and to enjoy and experience nature right in . . .

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