Passport to Adventure Program
The Little White School Museum is a participating location in the KDRMA (Kane-DuPage Regional Museum Association) Passport to Adventure Program. Stop in to the museum and pick up a passport today! Begin or continue your adventure through local museums, nature centers, galleries and more. Great fun for any age all year long! Passports available daily during regular museum hours. For more information visit the KDRMA Passport to Adventure website. The 2019-2020 program begins May 1.
Stories in the Park
Spend the morning in one of the beautiful Oswegoland Park District parks! Listen to stories, participate in finger plays, and sing songs all while enjoying the outdoors in a park setting. Participants are encouraged to bring a blanket to sit on and a picnic lunch to enjoy in the park following each program. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Pre-registration is recommended, but drop-ins are welcome. Program meets Tuesday mornings 10:30am-11:15am at various locations. Suitable for ages 2+ with an adult. Free.
We Dig Fossils!
Try your hand at fossil hunting! Your team has been selected to join a “dig” at the Little White School Museum where we’ve located the remains of a long extinct species of animal. What is it? Use your investigative skills to decide. We will use simple materials (even cookies!) to learn how to excavate fossils. Pre-registration is required. Suitable for ages 5-12. $12(R)/$19(N).
School Days in a One Room Schoolhouse
What was it like to go to school in a one room schoolhouse? How did you learn? What special jobs were students assigned? How did leaning take place with one teacher and children of various ages? Spend an afternoon back in time as you experience what it may have been like to be a student in a one room schoolhouse! Pre-registration is required. Suitable for ages 7-9. $7(R)/$9(N).
Apple Head Carving
Have some fun with a yummy and versatile apple. Since the Oswego area was settled, apples have been baked, canned, dried, and pressed. Now you can carve your own apple head complete with eyes, nose, and a mouth. This traditional folk art is a great fall decoration and can be used as a ‘spooky’ addition to your Halloween fun. Children must attend with an adult. Stop in anytime between 12:30-3:30pm to create your apple head. Pre-registration is recommended, but walk-in registration the day of the program is welcome. Hosted by the Oswegoland Heritage Association in partnership with the Oswegoland Park District. Suitable for ages 5+ with an adult. Free.
Christmas Decorations – Victorian Style
Stop by the Little White School Museum between 12:30 and 3:30pm and make holiday decorations that you can take home and share. These Victorian themed crafts will add a special touch to any celebration. Children must attend with an adult. Pre-registration is recommended, but walk-in registration the day of the program is welcome. Hosted by the Oswegoland Heritage Association in partnership with the Oswegoland Park District.Suitable for ages 3+ with an adult. Free.