REGISTER IN ADVANCE Stop by the Downers Grove Museum during your Spring Break to test your skills at some of history’s most fun activities, crafts and games! Learn to make butter the old-fashioned way and about Blodgett's thriving dairy farm. As flowers are beginning to bloom, learn to make a tissue paper bouquet to brighten...
It's Spring Break so enjoy puzzles with your family and friends! A variety of puzzles will be available for kids of all ages to drop-in and play.
Register at the Santori Library Events page to reserve a spot! Explore STEAM as a Super Hero on March 28th! Come dressed as your favorite super hero and join us to explore the Power of Flight and Natural Force in the morning session. In the afternoon, design a launcher and/or create a self portrait or...
Come design your own bookmark at the library! Drop-in program from 1-3 p.m.
Join us to celebrate the release of Twenty Thousand Fleas Under the Sea, the 11th book in Dav Pilkey's hit Dog Man series with games, activities and a chance to win your own copy of the book!
REGISTER IN ADVANCE There’s a new Dog Man book coming on March 28! Let’s celebrate Dog Man: Twenty Thousand Fleas Under the Sea, with a party! Grades 2-4. Registration required.
If you love playing bingo, you'll love our twice a month bingo nights! Ages: 10-17
Celebrate the release of the newest Dog Man graphic novel, Dog Man 11: Twenty Thousand Fleas Under the Sea, with games, snacks, and make-your-own graphic novel activities.
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