1,000 Books B4 Kindergarten

kindergartenRead to your child before he or she starts school, and give your child a head start! Find out more about this new family program - pick up a packet at the Youth Services desk today.

Early Einsteins


Wednesday, March 28 at 4pm

Ages 3 to 6. Science can be FUN, especially when it's messy, exploding, or overflowing!

Legos Play Time

legosSunday, April 15 at 2pm

All are welcome to come build with Lego bricks and display one of your creations for a month.

Youth Services Programs

Palos Heights’ residents may register for programs upon receipt of the PageTurner in your mail delivery. Others may register starting the first week of each month.

Programs marked with an " R" require registration in order to attend. Programs marked with a " D 2400px" are drop-in programs, so no registration is needed.

Please follow the link below each program description to register, or call or stop by the youth services desk.

Marvelous March Programs


Bilingual Story Time

Friday, March 2 at 10am
All ages. Join the Palos Heights Library's Head of Technical Services, Susana Leyva, as she reads stories in Spanish and English for all kids to enjoy.
Click here to register


Bear Down on Bullies with Chicago Bears' Mascot Staley

Saturday, March 3 at 10am
All ages. This is an informative, hands-on, anti-bullying show to educate youth about the importance of respect, and how to deal with and prevent bullying. Staley and his emcee will jump start kid's desire to get along with each other and live in a friendlier and welcoming environment by combining education and comedy.
Click here to register


Pi Day: Celebrate Einstein's Birthday and the Most Awesome Pi Day Ever!

Wednesday, March 14 at 4pm
Grades 2 and up. Celebrate Einstein's birthday and Pi Day with games, crafts, and decorating the delicious circumference of a cupcake.
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Cowboy Randy

Friday, March 30 at 10am
All ages. Yee haw! Come learn about the origins of cowboy culture, about the animals that worked with them, and the physics of trick-roping! Careful you don’t get rounded up!
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Teen and Tween Corner


Teen Tech Week – Libraries are for Creating

March 5 – 9 at 4pm
Grades 4 and up. Celebrate with us each day in the Young Adult room for crafts, experiments, games, and demonstrations. This year’s theme is Libraries are for Creating.


Cook-a-Book: Chillin' & Grillin'–Cowboy Story Foods

Thursday, March 15 at 6pm
Grades 4 and up. Enjoy some range cooking that cowpunchers will love, and hear about some great Western stories.
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Wednesday, March 21 at 4pm
Grades 4 and up. Make your own sugar scrubs and bath bombs! Keep them for yourself or give them away as a gift. We’ll also have nail painting.
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Teen Advisory Board

Thursday, March 29 at 4pm
Grade 6 and up. Speak your mind! Teens come to our first TAB meeting to share ideas for programs you would like and what you would like to do for volunteering at the library.
Click here to register

Monthly Programs


Early Einsteins: Play with Physics

Wednesday, March 28 at 4pm
Ages 3 to 6. Science can be FUN, especially when it involves messy, exploding, overflowing, or melting ingredients! Register for this hands- on exploration of different science concepts every month!
Click here to register

At the Library

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