Join us for a special storytime with a guest reader from The Morton Arboretum. Enjoy fun fall stories and nature exploration to learn how plants and trees change with the season. This program is for all ages but is most appropriate for children 3 to 5-years-old. September 27 - 95th Street Library October 5 - Nichols Library October 18 - 95th Street LibraryFind out more »
Bring a blanket, enjoy a Fall storytime in the park, and craft a craft decorating a foam pumpkin while listening to seasonal music and jokes. Each participant must be individually registered to be guaranteed a pumpkin and craft supplies. In the event of severe weather, the program will move inside the library to Meeting Room A/B. *RegisterFind out more »
Ghosts and Ghouls join us at the Wagner Pavilion for a spooky Halloween Storytime! Dress in your favorite costume for a Monster Mash of fun featuring chillingly delightful stories and songs. In the event of severe weather, the program will be moved indoors to Meeting Room A/B at the 95th Street Library. For information on more events like this, check out our roundup of Halloween Events.Find out more »
Celebrate International Games Week by playing classic and modern board games, battling for Pokémon GO gyms, finishing puzzles, and more. Instructors will be available to help participants learn new and unfamiliar games. Participants will have the opportunity to win prizes. Attendees can bring their own games.Find out more »
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