FREE class for kids ages 7-14! Explore the importance of steam power to the history of West Chicago. Students learn how a steam engine works, and they make their own working model steam engine! We also discuss paintings of steam engines by J.M.W. Turner, Claude Monet, and Thomas Hart Benton. Don't miss this fun, hands-on class! Thanks to the William and Evelyne Margolis Memorial Fund, this class is offered FREE OF CHARGE! To register contact Maggie at MuseumEd@westchicago.org, call 630-231-3376, or complete the fillable PDF registration and wavier found at http://goo.gl/Y79EPE.
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Earlier Event: July 27Artist-in-Residence William Estrada at Library's Lawn Games
Later Event: August 4The Science of Steam - PM **Girls Only** Session