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  1. Naperville Plays!

    January 21, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ DuPage Children's Museum

    Visitors will quadruple their fun in this partnership of programming with music-themed hands-on and craft activities along with storytelling provided by the DuPage Children’s Museum, Naper Settlement, Knoch Knolls Nature Center and the Naperville Public Library. Held offsite at the DuPage Children’s Museum, 301 N. Washington St., Naperville, IL 60540.

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  2. The Boomer List: Photographs by Timothy Greenfield Sanders

    January 22, All Day @ Heritage Gallery in Pre-Emption House

    Explore a traveling exhibition from Newseum/AARP featuring 19 large-format portraits of some of the most fascinating members of the influential baby boomer generation, taken by award-winning American photographer Timothy Greenfield Sanders. Gain insight into the generation born from 1946 to 1964 through interviews and portraits that focus on exceptional achievements, struggles and identities, telling the story of extraordinary Americans and the history they lived through - and often created.

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  3. History Connectors and Building Interpreters Informational Meetings (Mandatory)

    January 27, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

    Resolve to get involved in the New Year! Teens in grades 8 to 12 and adults can volunteer as History Connectors and work with our visitors at special hands-on activity stations, Settlement Sundays, summer camp, Girl Scout programs and more. No costumes are required. Adults ages 18 and older can volunteer as Building Interpreters to tell the stories of the past and how they relate to the present inside the historic museum buildings. Through their interpretation or demonstrations of special skills, such as Blacksmithing, these volunteers provide an exciting and engaging experience that stimulates conversation and promotes an appreciation of Naperville’s history. Period clothing is an option. Training takes place throughout the winter to prepare for the summer season which begins on April 1.

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  4. The Boomer List: Photographs by Timothy Greenfield Sanders

    January 29, All Day @ Heritage Gallery in Pre-Emption House

    Explore a traveling exhibition from Newseum/AARP featuring 19 large-format portraits of some of the most fascinating members of the influential baby boomer generation, taken by award-winning American photographer Timothy Greenfield Sanders. Gain insight into the generation born from 1946 to 1964 through interviews and portraits that focus on exceptional achievements, struggles and identities, telling the story of extraordinary Americans and the history they lived through - and often created.

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  5. History Connectors and Building Interpreters Informational Meetings (Mandatory)

    January 30, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

    Resolve to get involved in the New Year! Teens in grades 8 to 12 and adults can volunteer as History Connectors and work with our visitors at special hands-on activity stations, Settlement Sundays, summer camp, Girl Scout programs and more. No costumes are required. Adults ages 18 and older can volunteer as Building Interpreters to tell the stories of the past and how they relate to the present inside the historic museum buildings. Through their interpretation or demonstrations of special skills, such as Blacksmithing, these volunteers provide an exciting and engaging experience that stimulates conversation and promotes an appreciation of Naperville’s history. Period clothing is an option. Training takes place throughout the winter to prepare for the summer season which begins on April 1.

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