In honor of Earth Day on April 22, this story time will be all about nature and the earth. Join us as we learn about trees, endangered wildlife, and make a craft to celebrate our blue planet!
Lake Katherine and the Palos Heights Library join together to bring a celebration of nature and the arts to the community including live musical performance and author visit from Gavin Van Horn. There will also be nature based activities with art and more for all ages. This event is free to the public and will be held at Lake Katherine.
Come to this program to learn how to become a Jedi master! Children will undergo light saber training and be able to focus like a Jedi. Due to the limited amount of light sabers available children are encouraged to bring their own to this event.
We will make artful masterpieces with cardboard, yarn, foil, and markers. See what you can design with these materials and let your creativity flow.
Author Frank Calabrese, Jr. will give an inside look into the life of organized crime from his book "Operation Family Secrets: How a Mobster's Son and the FBI Brought Down Chicago's Murderous Crime Family".
Are you up for the challenge? Pick some words from our idea jar and create your masterpiece using the prompts. Will you have to draw a cow in space? A dragon battling a pirate on top of a mountain? The silly combinations are endless! All participants will have the option to display their masterpieces in the library for the month of May.