Passport to Lincoln Park Program

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2024 Passport Class

The Passport to Lincoln Park program was a big success and I want to thank all our Conservancy volunteers and partners at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum who assisted in making this happen! We had a grand total of 48 participants in the program, with 28 completing their Passports. These included Conservancy docents, Nature Museum volunteers, and interested members of the general public who will hopefully hop onboard with us as docents this fall or get involved with the Conservancy in other ways.
We also welcomed 131 additional members of the general public for Julia Bachrach‘s April lecture on Lincoln Park architecture and history, and 67 for Joel Baldin‘s May lecture on the rehabilitation and restoration of the Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool. We’re so grateful to everyone who participated! 
2024 Passport PinAt the end of May, we hosted our last (but not least) event in the series, which was an informational session with me called, “A Day in the Life of a Docent, Interpretation, and Volgistics.” Here participants also received their pins and enjoyed some special treats. The Passport program will officially wrap up in early June with a celebration for everyone who completed their Passports!
The next available opportunity for docent training will be this fall at the Conservatory starting October 5. More information can be found here: Lincoln Park Docents

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