Summer is here and it is time to get outside and explore. Worms, ladybugs, birds, flowers and vegetables are all part of summer memories. Join the DeKalb County History Center this summer as they take a closer look at these topics through stories, songs and crafts.
“We love seeing children coming to the DeKalb County History Center to discover, explore and experience all our garden story times have to offer," Michelle Donahoe, DeKalb County History Center’s executive director, said in a news release. "Children really get into learning more about where they live and all of the wonderful things around them.”
The season starts on Thursday, June 14, with “Wonderful Worms,” and continues with “Ladybugs on the Loose” on June 21, “Plant Parts are for Eating” on July 12, “Birds in our World” on July 19 and “Discovering Vegetables” on Aug. 9.
The program is for ages 3-6 (siblings are welcome), and it starts at 10 a.m. Registration is recommended (for one or all programs). Call 815-895-5762 or email email@example.com.
The DeKalb County History Center is located at 1730 N. Main St.