How do birds fly? What does a wave look like? Palos Park Recreation will answer these questions and a whole lot more with fun and simple hands on experiments just for kids, ages 3-5. Children will learn and do a new experiment every Friday in October in Little Einsteins, a class that stimulates children’s natural intellectual curiosity. On the last day of class, an experiment book will be handed out. Class meets at 8901 W. 123rd St., Palos Park. Oct. 4, Oct. 11, Oct. 18 and Oct. 25 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Fees $28.50/residents, $34.50/unincorporated PP; and $40.25/non-residents. For more information contact Palos Park Recreation by phone at 708-671-3760 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Apparently the Patch Mason jar salad was a huge hit. A reader raves: “What a great idea for the lazy among us! I can put up three or four days of salad at a time! Then come dinner or lunch there it is, all good to go.”
Patch Patch loves Mason jars, too. We like to use them for storing our kerosene cucumbers, just like Aunt Bee.