Oswego History Walk – Business & Industry
Journey back in time to discover the businesses and industry that once dotted the landscape of the Oswego area. Trace the spaces and places that served the community and learn about the people behind them. Is there a business from yesteryear still thriving today? Participants should be able to comfortably walk for approximately 1 hour and be prepared to be part of the conversation. Face coverings and social distancing measures will be practiced for this walk. The walk will be held outdoors. Pre-registration through the Oswegoland Park District is required and space is limited. Presented by the Oswegoland Heritage Association in partnership with the Oswegoland Park District. NOTE: Walk begins outdoors at the Little White School Museum, 72 Polk Street, Oswego. This walk travel the same route as the July walk. Suitable for ages 16+. $5.00 R/N.
2020-2021 Passport to Adventure Program – Print Your Passport from Home!
The Little White School Museum is a participating location in the KDRMA (Kane-DuPage Regional Museum Association) Passport to Adventure Program. Print your 2020-2021 Passport here! Begin your adventure, view and explore participating member museums here. Details for the 2021-2022 program will be available soon.
Monday Museum Mystery
Is it a person, place, or thing? Something old or something new? Solve the mystery and discover a bit of local history! Visit www.littlewhiteschoolmuseum.org every Monday this summer where a new mystery will be posted to the museum website!
Through the Oswegoland Park District, several yoga programs are enjoyed in the tranquil space of the museum’s Roger Matile Room or in beautiful Heritage Park on the grounds of the museum. Pre-registration is required. For more information click on the links below.
Yoga in the Park – Sunday August 8, 8:00am-9:00am
Yoga Flow and Stretch – Thursdays, 4:15-5:15pm (7/15-8/12)
You know what’s better than hearing an Oswego ghost story? Hearing five true tales from five Oswego ghosts. Watch Cemetery Stories by clicking here.
Oswego Heirloom Project
Do you have a treasured family heirloom with its own story to tell? Artifacts tell their own tales while having the power to capture a moment in time. Let your story become a chapter in Oswego’s history! Share a photo of your treasure and its unique history story right from home! Email photos and stories to the museum manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Museum from Home
Visit our Discover & Learn page for ways to enjoy the museum from home!