Sign up to get a bag of varied informational books to supplement remote learning, train for trivia contests, or to awe and inspire your friends with your knowledge. Perfect for the whole family — children’s non-fiction books are a great way for teens and adults to learn as well! Request a Fact Pack here: https://forms.gle/W3oU2GuR95RrzR7z9
In this hour-long workshop, we’ll introduce children to topics in coding and computer science, including artificial intelligence and augmented reality. This workshop is brought to you by Code Your Chances, a non-profit organization dedicated to making STEM education more accessible to young girls. However, children of any gender are welcome to join! Ages 7-12. Limit 12.
Meet with a trained therapy pet for a 15-minute reading session on Zoom. Read a book or two to a fluffy friend to get practice reading aloud. The dogs and their handlers have undergone training in reading education in addition to extensive animal-assisted therapy training. Presented with Hinsdale Humane Society.
Summer is our busiest time for younger visitors which is why we are reserving a couple hours a day when we ask everyone to wear a mask. Please help us keep everyone safe by following these guidelines: 9am-11am: Masks REQUIRED for ALL All other hours: Masks REQUIRED for UNVACCINATED visitors; masks RECOMMENDED for all
Bluestem Award List 2022
Caudill Awards 2021
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