Join Language Stars on a field trip to the National Museum of Mexican Art.
Visitors can meet members of Tinley Park's various departments and view Village-owned vehicles, the Tinley Park Public Library's Bookmobile and a Trace Ambulance unit. Music and family entertainment will be provided, and representatives of local businesses will be on-hand. The Classic Cars of Cruise Night can also be viewed.
Join storytellers and puppeteers from the greater Chicago area on the library's back patio. Make sure you bring a picnic basket and enjoy the festivities. Includes stories, puppets, songs and more.
Watch The Lorax in Mandarin! Includes movie, snacks, and a take-home project.
Kids get to make two pieces of "art" that they can munch on too.
Kids use Jelly Belly jelly beans and gummies to create beautiful mosaic art pieces.
Try out some goofy faces, learn a wacky walk or build an arsenal of original knock-knock jokes. Once your material is ready, it's time to hit the stage and showcase your best bits at the Children's Museum's own comedy club.
Exhibit features a child-sized laboratory where kids can explore how scientists impact health and wellness through hands-on, interactive machinery, processes and technology. A demonstration area of the exhibit will allow guest scientists and educators to perform fun and interactive scientific experiments appropriate for young children.
Exhibit highlights the longtime rivalry between the fans of these two storied teams. This cultural history exposé covers all the bases of the crosstown rivalry to examine concepts of loyalty and fandom through videos of each team’s colorful supporters; interviews with former players, sports journalists and broadcasters; and fan souvenirs and ephemera.
Exhibit commemorates the 40th anniversaries of 1970's Saturday morning cartoons that featured positive black characters for the first time in television history. It was the first time that cartoons like Josie And The Pussy Cats, Kid Power and Star Trek featured strong, positive black female characters. It was also the first time that black people like Bill Cosby and Berry Gordy led the development of animated television programming featuring black characters.