Stanley Lambchop wants to travel the world to escape his
ordinary life. One night, a bulletin board falls right on top of
Stanley and he wakes up really flat. Recommended for kids 3-10.
Music Institute of Chicago's annual concert features 100-plus
voices of the Brother Chorale of the Apostolic Church of God,
performing traditional and contemporary gospel and jazz
Kids learn self-expression and confidence in performance skills
through an Indian Dance for Kids class while parents relax with the
de-stressing light cardio of Chinese Tai Chi.
The show will open Jan. 18, with performances Jan. 18-20
and 25-27. Tickets are on sale at the Naperville Park
District at www.napervilleparks.org and at the Administration
Building, 320 W. Jackson Ave., and at the new 95th Street Center,
located at 2244 W. 95th St.
Enchanted ballroom with arts and crafts, delicious desserts and
dancing, hosted by Belle, Cinderella, Princess Jasmine, Snow White,
and Tiana. All princesses are encouraged to wear ball gowns and
Stories, craft projects and family fun while celebrating Tu
B'Shevat, the birthday of trees. Registration is requested online,
by email or by phone at (312) 444-2812.
Feature the black bear and its adaptations for survival in the
forest. Crawl into the bear's den, compare your senses to that of
the black bear, feel his fur, come face to face with a black bear
mount and more.
See a toy so amazing, so unbelievable, it has the power to
transform into anything you want it to be. Enter a world where
imagination rules, and ordinary becomes extraordinary.
A new traveling exhibit created by Children's Museum of
Pittsburgh that links familiar childhood objects to a process of
manufacturing that combines people, ideas and technology. Inspired
by the factory tour segments from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, the
exhibit offers hands-on activities using real factory tools and
machines to create objects including crayons, a baseball bat and a
matchbox car, just to name a few.
The exhibit features the illustrations of W. W. Denslow, a
Chicago resident whose famous illustrations helped to inspire the
design of the classic 1939 MGM film starring Judy Garland. The
bright and colorful exhibit provides a variety of learning
opportunities and hands-on activities within a three-dimensional
representation of Denslow's distinctive illustrations.