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Per CDC recommendations that everyone, including fully vaccinated individuals, wear a mask in public indoor settings in areas with substantial and high COVID transmission, the Elmhurst History Museum requests that all visitors and staff wear masks inside the museum. Thank you for your cooperation.

Family ProgramMuseum Maker Monday
August 9: Phases of the Moon Flipbooks 
Time: 11:00 a.m-3:00 p.m.  FREE 
Select Mondays are reserved for Museum Makers at the Elmhurst History Museum! Make a reservation for a one-hour time slot to see the Snoopy Soars with NASA exhibit on a usually-closed day for families only. Look for Snoopy to make a brief 20-minute appearance on the hour to greet visitors and take photos! After exploring the exhibit, pick up a Museum Maker Monday activity kit to complete at home and extend the exhibit learning experience. Kits are available while supplies last, one per child. Children must be accompanied by an adult/caregiver.

Online Pre-recorded TBT Lecture
Apollo 10: Dress Rehearsal for the Moon

Available through August 29  FREE
LINK: Click here to view on YouTube 
Armchair historian and space exploration enthusiast Robb Gibson will discuss the Apollo 10 lunar mission, which did everything but land on the moon. Learn about the mission objectives, the crew, and why their success enabled Neil Armstrong to walk on the moon. Program will be available online from July 22-August 29.

Concert on the Lawn
Fly Me to the Moon: The Music of Vince Guaraldi
Saturday, August 7, Two Sessions: 1 p.m. and 2:15 p.m.  FREE
SOLD OUT! Advance reservations are no longer available. Some walk-ins may be available on the day of the concert.
Jazz pianist Vince Guaraldi's music was an important character alongside Lucy, Linus and Charlie Brown in the Peanuts specials. Join us outdoors on the museum lawn as professional jazz musicians Chris White and Sean Jacobi present a concert of Guaraldi's memorable tunes. BYO lawn chair. Kilwin's Ice Cream will be available to purchase.

Zoom Book Discussion
Summer of ’69 Book Discussion

Thursday, August 19
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.  FREE

Participants will read and discuss Elin Hilderbrand’s popular novel that takes place as Apollo 11 prepares for the first moon landing. The Levin family's four siblings, who typically spend summer at their grandmother's historic Nantucket home, find that nothing is the same in the summer of 1969. This novel transports the reader back to an eventful year, when everything changed for them and the country. Presented with Elmhurst Public Library. Discussion takes place via Zoom (link will be provided to registrants).