Join illustrators as they bring pictures of anime heroes,
roaring dinosaurs, and hungry caterpillars to life. Work with these
artists to create your own book of styles, including anime and
scientific illustration; or create a style of your own.
This event offers girls the chance to capture their own special
travel moments with their My American Girl doll during her spring
and summer breaks. Includes a delicious meal, fun journaling
activities, and a special American Girl book to take home.
Reservations required. April 4, May 16, June 6.
With classical Chinese dance, live orchestra, dazzling costumes
and animated backdrops, Shen Yun will transport you to another
world. From battlefields to imperial palaces, classical Chinese
dance has a history of thousands of years, sharing a common
ancestry with martial arts. Its dramatic jumping, spinning, and
flipping techniques are just part of the vast repertoire of
movements that make classical Chinese dance one of the most
demanding and expressive art forms in the world. The Shen Yun
Orchestra masterfully blends ancient Chinese instruments, like the
emotive erhu and delicate pipa, with a full Western orchestra,
creating an exhilarating new sound.
FIRST kids build robots and compete in fast-faced,
sports-themed regional competitions. More than 50 teams of kids
face off for the chance to participate in the national
FIRST Championship in St. Louis next month.
Activities include story time, scavenger hunts, open gym, open
pool, movies, and visual arts and music workshops. Most activities
are offered at no cost. Children must be accompanied by their
Kids can sit in the seat of an antique tractor, see modern
farm equipment, participate in hands-on activities, ride pedal
tractors, shell corn, see farm animals, and enter for a chance to
win their very own pedal tractor. Bring non-perishable food items
to earn an extra entry in the pedal tractor drawing. Food will be
donated to a local food pantry. Refreshments available.
Event that spotlights different cultures with song
Join Peter and his sister in preparing for the spring holiday. Activities include inflatables, a puppet show, craft area and more. Each child receives a slice of pizza, a drink, picture with a bunny, and a craft. At 7 p.m., enjoy a concert by Super Stolie, and at 8:15, a glow-in-the-dark egg hunt.
An exploration of how Augmentative and Alternative
Communication (AAC) strategies and devices can supplement the
natural learning a child does in their early years.
Hands-on session provides background information about
research regarding young children and AAC, and gives time to
explore examples of communication devices and how they provide
evidence-based supports for language learning. Children are