Adults (18 +)

What Cats Want You to Know

June 1st, 2016,
7:00pm to 8:30pm
Celebrate national Adopt-a-Cat month in June with cat owners, cat lovers, and presenter Jennifer Vlazny, Shelter Operations Manager at Hinsdale Humane Society for 26 years. This is a PURR-fect program to learn about feline-related topics such as: kitten/cat care, how cats communicate, indoor vs. outdoor living, whether or not to declaw, multi-cat households, and feline health issues. A special furry guest will attend this family-centered program as a feline ambassador for Adopt-a-Cat month.

Amelia Earhart

March 12th, 2016,
2:00pm to 3:30pm
Amelia Earhart’s courageous exploits and spirited personality made her an international celebrity in the early twentieth century. In this lively living-history program, meet Amelia and learn about her experiences as the first woman to cross the Atlantic by airplane (1928) and the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic (1932). She'll describe how she learned to fly, what inspired her adventurous spirit, and why she set off in 1937 for an around-the-world flight.

The Bard of Avon

June 18th, 2016,
2:00pm to 3:30pm
Commemorating the 400th Anniversary of the Death of Shakespeare.
William Shakespeare penned some of civilizations most beloved plays and poems. The global interest in the Bard is unmistakable. His works have been translated and published in dozens of languages. In this program, hear the Bard himself, William Shakespeare tell of his life, loves and works.
“He was not of an age, but for all time!”—Ben Johnson 1573-1637, preface to the First Folio.

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