REGISTRATION REQUIRED A folktale recited by a librarian from LaGrange Park Library will accompany this guided walk. Ages 7 & up.
Illinois residents receive free admission on Tuesdays. For information on more events like this, check out our roundup of Museum Free Days.
Do you and your child love stories and animals? Come read a story, meet an animal, and make a craft. Children must be accompanied by a non-paying adult. Each program is different.
Build and play with natural materials: make a decorative terrarium, paint a bird house and participate in other kid-friendly activities.
Join us every week for a FREE fun Meet and Greet with familiar princesses and heroes during our Princesses & Heroes Events! There will be photo opportunities, fun sing along activities, and reading time! Inside Barnes and Noble in Geneva Commons in their children's section. Every Wednesday in March from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Team up with your family to share exciting experiences, challenges, and activities designed for maximum fun! This month, we're building with the library's huge collection of Keva planks, Legos, Magna-tiles, Q-Bamaze marble run, and more.
Join us at the DGC Sprouts youth club's March Meeting. We will gather to "make and take" a mini-garden designed and created by your child. Some supplies provided. Please be sure to register and bring along a container and decor to create your child’s mini-garden. More details are in the Eventbrite link.
The Dads of Steele NFP is throwing a 80’s Theme Family Skate Night.
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