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Pop-in Play: Stamp Art

Helen Plum Library 411 South Main Street, Lombard

Drop-in activities recommended for ages 3-5, with a participating adult. Pop by the Library for a playful morning of popular activities!

Event Series Earth Day Crafts

Earth Day Crafts

Geneva Public Library 227 S 7th Street, Geneva

Join us as we make several crafts to celebrate Earth Day! We will make upcycled mini plant pots, seed bombs, and spinning earth mobiles! While supplies last.


Earth Day Craft

Des Plaines Public Library 1501 Ellinwood Street, Des Plaines

This fun task offers young children a chance to explore their tactile sense of touch through different textures and create their own earth to celebrate Earth Day!


Homeschool Huddle: Reptiles Rock

Santori Library (Aurora) 101 S. River Street, Aurora

Red Oak Nature Center shows the unique traits that make reptiles so special. This program includes live animal ambassadors from the nature center. Grade levels 1-5.

Event Series Field Watchers

Field Watchers

Naper Settlement 523 S. Weber Street, Naperville

Every Tuesday Starting March 5 • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM • Free Program • Pre-Registration Required • For Students (6-12) and their Parents/Caregivers • Adults must accompany students Unleash your curiosity...


Creation Station: Beautiful Birds

Mount Prospect Public Library 10 S. Emerson, Mount Prospect

Craft and create with us! We'll provide an idea and supplies. You create your own masterpiece! In this session, we'll celebrate Earth Day by making something that highlights the amazing...


Spanish Fun and Games

Wood Dale Public Library 520 N. Wood Dale Road, Wood Dale

Learn Spanish colors, numbers and more while playing fun games. This program is presented in English and Spanish, so beginners are welcome. Recommended age: 5-11 years


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