Register at http://bit.ly/1CxFc7D for this event, held in collaboration with the Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park.
Celebrate National Poetry Month by trying your hand at 3 special kinds of poems, then make them into gift-worthy scrolls. Best for ages 7+.
Celebrate National Poetry Month with wonderful wordplay and creative crafts! Best for kids ages 3-6.
Come meet artist Jonathan Franklin and enjoy seeing his newest work.
For babies up to 15 months, with a caregiver. Hands-on and age appropriate pre-literacy activities for you to share with your child.
Clara Barton earned fame as the first woman to serve as a nurse on the front lines of a battlefield. This first-person program presented by Leslie Goddard introduces Barton as a tireless worker who faced remarkable challenges in her quest to care for wounded soldiers. Learn about the medical conditions during the American Civil War and about the courage required for a woman who dared to brave the wars front lines.
Want to learn more? "Woman of Valor: Clara Barton and the Civil War" by Stephen B. Oates (1995) is recommended.
A meeting of the Nagle Condo Association members.
Come play! Dolls and accessories provided.
Enjoy the versatility of hard and soft pastels. We will be learning about, and painting with, these beautiful pieces of pure pigment of color. Bring photos that you love and we will learn about color, composition and the emotions and stories that you can express with this medium. It will be an afternoon of art for families with children over the age of 6. Wear an apron or old shirt. And, bring your creativity, imagination and sense of joy and play! Pastels and paper will be provided. Local pastel artist and teacher, Cheryl Ann Spran, will lead this colorful program. Space is limited.
Lean in. Look in. Leave fingerprints. We supply the binoculars in this month's Idea Box. April 6 - April 27.