Join us for a week of fun-filled activities celebrating our fine feathered friends! Learn wildlife photography tips and tricks, pick up one of our Take-It Make-It kits, register for our in-person arts & crafts classes and much more!

Bird Scavenger Hunt (in person)
May 2–7
We’ve hidden birds throughout the library building! Flock to the Children’s Services Desk to grab the list of clues that will lead you to where they are nesting. Participants will earn a small prize. Can you find them all? Drop in; no registration required.

Bird Take-It Make-It Kits
Monday, May 2, Wednesday, May 4 & Friday, May 6
Celebrate all things birds with these special themed craft kits for kids. Pick yours up from the Children’s Services Desk, while supplies last.

Beginning Birdwatching: The Great Backyard Bird Count (Zoom) 
Tuesday, May 3, 7 p.m.
Spring is here and the birds are back! Join DuPage naturalist, writer and photographer John Cebula of the DuPage Birding Club on Zoom as he shares suggestions on how to start seeing and recognizing some of the more than 300 species of birds found in northeastern Illinois. John will discuss what you need, where to go and what you might see. He will also offer suggestions on how to attract birds to your property year-round. Register starting Tuesday, April 12.

Wildlife Photography
Wednesday, May 4
Join Adriana from Studio 300 as she takes you outdoors to talk about settings, lenses and techniques to help you take your wildlife photography to the next level. Watch on YouTube starting Wednesday, May 4.

Family Movie: Rio (in person)
Friday, May 6, 4 p.m.
Join us for a movie screening of Rio (rated G) the whole family can enjoy! Drop in; no registration required.

Nature Art: DIY Birdhouse (in person)
Saturday, May 7, 1:30 p.m.
Create art using leaves, sticks, flower petals and more. This program will take place outside, weather permitting. Register starting Saturday, April 16.

Bird Walk (in person)
Sunday, May 8, 2 p.m.
Donna Kubik of the DuPage Birding Club will lead a walk in the neighborhood and teach about local and migratory birds. Binoculars will be provided along with instruction on how to effectively use them to view birds. Register starting Sunday, April 17.