Programs 

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MASK REQUIREMENTS: Face masks are required inside the museum and Education Center. Thank you for your cooperation. 
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ONGOING ONLINE PROGRAMS
From Prairie to Tree Town: Tales of Old Elmhurst
ONLINE PROGRAM: Available through March 1
Cost: FREE
Access: CLICK HERE to view pre-recorded program on YouTube
Elmhurst History Museum Director, Dave Oberg, takes viewers on a journey through time, from the Elmhurst community’s earliest years as a remote Midwest prairie settlement on the outskirts of Chicago through the present. 

Preserving Your Family History Workshop
ONLINE PROGRAM: Available through March 1
Cost: FREE
Access: CLICK HERE to view pre-recorded program on YouTube
EHM’s Curator of Collections, Dan Lund, provideS an overview of the best practices to preserve personal photos, documents, and scrapbooks for future generations. 

FEBRUARY 2022 PROGRAMS
**NOTE: THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN CHANGED TO AN ONLINE ZOOM PROGRAM AS OF 1/25/22**
Journeying Through the American Indian Way of Life

Date: Sunday, February 6
Time: 2:00 p.m.  FREE
Access:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2332527805 
Meeting ID: 233 252 7805  

Award-winning Ojibwa author Kim Sigafus McIver takes the audience through the American Indian way of life as it once was. Interweaving history, storytelling, songs, and drumming, she will discuss the tribes that once inhabited Illinois as well as their Native traditions and culture prior to the Indian Removal Act that moved them westward. All-ages program!
This program is supported by a grant from the Illinois Humanities Road Scholars program. 

BOOK DISCUSSION
*The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration 

NOTE: THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN CANCELLED AS OF 1/25/22