Saturdays, February 3-24 at 1:00pm
Events will be held in the Netzley-Yender Farmhouse, 921 School Street, Lisle


Check back for a complete list of February books and speakers.

Free, thought provoking discussions about our regional history and culture with local authors and those who write about it. Authors from around Chicagoland will present their books in a fun and informal fashion. Join us for a deep discussion, coffee and refreshments in the Netzley/Yender Farmhouse.

FREE PARKING is available in the lot in front of the Beaubien Tavern and at Village Hall and in the commuter parking lots.

Please Note: Program subject to change without notice. Visit the Lisle Library to check out the books featured in this series. Seating is on a first come basis. Admission is FREE and this event is designed for the whole family!

Presenting Sponsors: The Museums at Lisle Station Park and The Lisle Park District
Thank You To Our Program Partners: Lisle Library District, Lake Claremont Press, Arcadia Press





Questions? Please contact us at 630-968-0499 or museum@lisleparkdistrict.org.



 



The Museums at Lisle Station Park invites families to come to the Museum on the following dates from 10:30-11:30am for a free fun family activity. Activites will vary depending on the theme of the month, are best suited for kids ages 4-10, and will be held in the Netzley/Yender Farmhouse.

FREE PARKING is available in the lot in front of the Beaubien Tavern and at Village Hall and in the commuter parking lots.

Program Co-Hosted By: Lisle Library District




Saturday, April 14 from 10:30-11:30am

  • Morse Messages

Learn how the Lisle Stationmaster would send and receive messages using a telegraph and write messages using your own morse code.




Saturday, May 19 from 10:30-11:30am

  • WAYCAR #14584

Discover the incredible history of our Waycar! Learn all about how the Burlington Line used this
caboose as a rolling office, bedroom, and kitchen, and then make your own mini-Waycar.




Questions? Please contact us at 630-968-0499 or museum@lisleparkdistrict.org.