Young Explorers Program


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Based on Chautauqua-in-Chagrin™ themes, the Chagrin Falls Library hosts educational programs for students to engage even our youngest participants in thought-provoking activities.

The Young Explorers Programs will be held on Tuesday afternoons preceding the Chautauqua-in-Chagrin™ lectures. The programs are offered free of charge but registration is required by calling (440) 247–3556. Click a topic below to be taken to the Library’s website for more information and to register.

Tuesday, June 13 – Compassionate Kids (Grades K-5)
The Chagrin Falls Branch is looking for students in grades K-5 who are looking to give back to their community. Students will work side-by-side with residents of the Hamlet Village Retirement Community to put together no-sew blankets and care packages for local shelters.

Tuesday, June 27 – Loving vs. Virginia (Grades 5-8)
Join us for a discussion of the teen verse novel “Loving vs. Virginia.” Stay and help create an informative stop motion mini movie about this landmark Supreme Court case. Pick up your copy of the book at the Children’s Desk.

Tuesday, July 11 – Kulture Kids (Grades K-5)
Solve a mystery and sing along to discover that America is just like different crayons all in one box. Explore the many gifts of the immigrants and realize that the best of all cultures is what makes us Americans. Grades K-5. Registration Requested.

Tuesday, July 18 – Green Eggs and Ham Workshop (Grades k-5)
Explore the expressive voice through the words of Dr. Seuss’ favorite book, “Green Eggs and Ham.” Did you know that it’s also a children’s opera? Learn about the opera by listening to live opera singing and then compose your own opera! Basic, healthy vocal production will be introduced using science to explain how opera singers make those sounds.