Events for January 30, 2023
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Celebrate National Puzzle Day by dropping in to make your very own puzzle to take home. Stop in any time for free puzzle sheets like crossword puzzles, mazes, and word searches as well.Find out more »
Join the festivities for the Spring Festival of the new lunar year and solve lantern riddles in the Children's Department. Grades K-5. The Spring Festival Lantern Riddles run January 29 through February 5. For information on more events like this, check out our roundup of Ways for Families to Celebrate the Chinese New YearFind out more »
Illinois residents receive free Museum Entry on these 2023 dates: January 9–11, 16–18, 23–25, 30–31 February 1–2, 6–9, 13–14, 16, 21 March 1, 6, 14 April 18, 22 May 4, 9, 17–18 June 1, 6–7 August 22, 28–29 September 5–6, 11–12, 15, 18–20, 26 October 4–5, 9, 16–17 November 1, 8 For information on more...Find out more »
On these special guided tours, hear about a common winter experience: taking care of a sick family member. Learn about “sick foods” in the 1890s, how candy was used as medicine, and how the first-floor bedroom acted as the sick room. All ages. Suggested admission donation of $5 per person ages 3 and up to...Find out more »
Admission will be free for Illinois residents on weekdays (Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays) January 9–March 24, 2023. If you reserve your free tickets online in advance, your resident status will be verified using the zip code associated with the billing address provided. If you’re unable to reserve tickets in advance, please stop by the admissions...Find out more »
Help prune the orchard or stack wood for fuel, or see how blacksmithing skills helped farmers. Join us for the ice harvest if the lake freezes, or watch as we shear the ewes in preparation for lambing in March. There’s a new lineup every day, so follow us at facebook.com/klinecreekfarm for activity updates. Suggested admission...Find out more »
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