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This story time meets in the O'Neill Room downstairs for 20 minutes of interactive stories and songs followed by playtime with age-appropriate toys. Ages 1-3 years with a caregiver.
This story time meets in the story room at the library for 30 minutes of stories, songs and other early literacy activities. Ages 3-5 years.
A story time for families will be presented one evening per month. Join Kathy for a lively mixture of stories, puppets, and music for ages 3-7.
Elm Grove resident Dr. Raul Galvan discusses Cuba after the death of Fidel Castro, and the precarious economic state the in which the island finds itself. Galvan will also talk about the 60+ year economic embargo facing the island, as well as Cuba's inclusion into the US's Lists of State Sponsors of Terrorism, two key components of the US's Cuba Foreign Policy.
Galvan was born in Cuba and has been there twice in the last 6 months. He teaches Latin American and Caribbean Studies and is retired from Milwaukee PBS, where he worked for 19 years. He's lived in Elm Grove since 2001.
Participants will spend time designing and building with Legos, Keva Planks, Ozobots, and more. The library will provide all materials. Recommended for grades K-5. No registration.
Join landscape architect Nancy Benninghouse to hear about the many ways your garden practices impact our precious ecosystem. Our yards can form a continuous healthy habitat for birds & insects if we provide the necessary elements. Dr. Doug Tallamy’s message that yard by yard we can affect positive environmental change will be emphasized.
This is the final program in the 2023-24 Elm Grove Beautification Committee Winter Lecture Series, with partner support from the Elm Grove Library. Free to attend. No registration required.