What's a Kid to Do?
Coming to a Library Near You!
In the spirit of Daniel Burnham's forward-looking Plan of Chicago, Kidworks Touring Theatre Co. presents a hands-on exploration of climate changes around the world, told from the perspective of endangered animals and plants. Geared for children ages 4-12, the free interactive production will take place at five regional libraries hosting the Centennial’s Make Big Plans exhibit.
Come journey with Kidworks on this educational and eye-opening performance: ride a melting glacier with a polar bear, travel to the Amazon rainforest on a monkey, save the coral reef in Australia and help create a better future for our lives here in Chicago. Kidworks brings Global Warming myths and facts to life and offers positive solutions to saving the air, the trees, the oceans and ourselves! Click on libraries below for venue information.
Saturday, November 21, 1:00pm: JOLIET PUBLIC LIBRARY
Monday, November 30, 12:00pm: GAIL BORDEN PUBLIC LIBRARY, ELGIN
Monday, November 30, 7:00pm: EISENHOWER PUBLIC LIBRARY, HARWOOD HEIGHTS
Monday, December 7, 4:00pm: ST. CHARLES PUBLIC LIBRARY
Wednesday, December 16, 7:00pm: WAUKEGAN PUBLIC LIBRARY
Admission is free and open to the public. Attendees receive a study guide and energy-saving tips.