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Little Lincoln Fireside Tales

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum

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Little Lincoln Fireside Tales is a new children's literacy program for our youngest guests that was launched by The Education Department of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum on January 28. Children 0 to 5 years old (Pre-K) are invited to join us every fourth Tuesday for Little Lincoln Fireside Tales story time, which includes arts and crafts, show and tell, and hands-on, engaging activities.

Little Lincoln Fireside Tales

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum

Elaine Evans 0 21 Article rating: No rating

Little Lincoln Fireside Tales is a new children's literacy program for our youngest guests that was launched by The Education Department of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum on January 28. Children 0 to 5 years old (Pre-K) are invited to join us every fourth Tuesday for Little Lincoln Fireside Tales story time, which includes arts and crafts, show and tell, and hands-on, engaging activities. 

Little Lincoln Fireside Tales

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum

Elaine Evans 0 23 Article rating: No rating

Little Lincoln Fireside Tales is a new children's literacy program for our youngest guests that's being launched by The Education Department of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum on January 28. Children 0 to 5 years old (Pre-K) are invited to join us every fourth Tuesday for Little Lincoln Fireside Tales story time, which includes arts and crafts, show and tell, and hands-on, engaging activities. 

Lincoln’s Birthday and Unveiling of Art Contest

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum

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Family fun and a free admission day provide the perfect combination for celebrating President Lincoln’s birthday on February 12, 2020 at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum. 

Illinois Heritage

January-February 2020, Volume 23, Number 1

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Happy New Year from the Illinois State Historical Society!

The January-February issue of Illinois Heritage—“The music issue”—ably assembled by ISHS director Bill Steinbacher-Kemp with the help of a sterling group of writers who know their Illinois music history, is a great start for the new year. Our “2020” vision for the ISHS is to make our programs and publications the best in the Midwest.

Thanks to all of you who have taken time to join or renew your 2020 membership in the Illinois State Historical Society. Our organization thrives because of your commitment to our mission of “fostering awareness, understanding, research, preservation, and recognition of history in Illinois.” As you know, membership is the glue that holds the Illinois State Historical Society together. Your personal commitment to this organization makes all the difference in what we accomplish from year to year. Thank you for all you do to make Illinois history unforgettable. 

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