Community celebration in the Little Village neighborhood
features food, live music, arts & crafts and activities for
kids and families.
Visit the frogs near their homes, view live tadpoles, learn to
recognize different frog calls and make some froggy music of your
own. A picnic lunch will be included, and picnic blankets are
Roast marshmallows and sing songs around a campfire, enjoy a
breakfast cooked outdoors, and participate in other fun activities.
A personal supply list will be e-mailed to you prior to the
campout. Tents, cooking equipment, and food provided. Adults are
required to register.
Kids experience the world of butterflies and moths through
activities and an art project. Review metamorphosis and learn how
these winged creatures use their senses to find food and avoid
predators. Dress for a nature hike.
Enjoy pancakes, sausage and a beverage with special fairies
visiting tables. Price includes admission to the Fairy Festival
Hear a story about the ways that wind, water, birds and animals
help plant nature's garden. Using games and a hike we will spend
time outdoors looking for examples of nature's seed dispersal.
Dress for the weather and a hike.
Discover new ways to recycle paper through the creation of
a hand-made greeting card and a paper bead bracelet. Advance
registration is required.
Doll Hair Salon stylists will share their secrets, and girls get
doll hair accessories and styling instructions to take home, plus
hands-on tips for creating fun styles like a braided headband 'do,
casual bun, and side braids for her doll.
Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. gang take center stage in an
all-new family musical that features some of the world's most
popular characters from one of television's longest-running
animated series, Performances are 1 and 4 p.m. Saturday May 3.
There are more than 30 different documented types of animal
locomotion. Check out these strange and fascinating facts about
animal movement. We will be outside. Dress for the weather.