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In this larger-than-life virtual anatomical experience, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History turns their big-hearted friend Stuffee inside out to look at his chest and abdominal organs. Learn about the cardiovascular, respiratory, and digestive systems. Put him back together to see how his systems are connected, and find out what you can do to keep your own organs in top shape!All ages are welcomed though this event is geared towards Pre-K to 2nd grade.Please register once per family. Registration is required for this program and a valid email and library card are required at time of registration. Participants will receive an email of their Zoom Webinar invitation a few days and an hour before the program. This program will be recorded. If you have any questions please call (330) 653-6658 x1020 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get into the Halloween spirit all throughout October in this four-session creative writing program exploring storytelling, common elements of scary stories, and spooky worlds of our own creation. Spooky Storytelling is for kids in grades 4 through 7. This program will meet virtually at 5p.m. on Fridays in October to check in on our stories’ progress, receive prompts, share inspiration, and develop our creative writing skills. Spooky Storytelling will result in our very own collection of spooky stories “published” just in time for Halloween!
This program is for kids in grades 4 through 7 and will meet at 5p.m. on Fridays, October 2, 9,16, and 23.
Registration is required. A valid e-mail address required at the time of registration in order to receive the Zoom link and further information. Once you are registered, you will be registered for every meeting of this program.
Children ages 3-8 are invited to learn how to play the recorder! We are partnering with Lessonface, a platform that connects students with great teachers for online classes, to offer free live group music lessons. This beginner course is a 6-week series for children and their caregivers. It will run for approximately an hour on six consecutive Sundays, beginning on October 4 at 3 p.m. Each child will be provided with a new recorder that they may keep. Participating families do not need any other specific supplies or prior musical experience, but they will need a computer/tablet with a webcam for Zoom.Registration is required only once for the entire 6-week session (October 4, 11, 18, 25, & November 1, 8). Multiple children (ages 3-8) in each household are welcome to attend together, but please register only one child per household.Please make sure to include your email address to ensure that you receive the Zoom invite.
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