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Be Anything!, September 24 - What does your child want to be when they grow up? Travel through the PlayHouse chatting with a variety of professionals, introducing your children to all types of careers. Be Anything! also features a unique online auction that opens on Saturday, September 9th, allowing parents to bid on individual career-related experiences for their child.

Costume Swap and Create: Pick Out New Costume and Accessorize!
Oct 21 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Costume Swap and Create: Pick Out New Costume and Accessorize!

Cost: Free with voucher and museum admission
10am – Costume pick up
1pm – Accessory workshop

Did you drop off a gently used costume and are ready to use your voucher to pick out a new costume?

Bring your voucher to the PlayHouse on October 21, starting 10am, and choose a “new to you” costume from the costume swap collection.  Accessorize! Does your costume need something else – a hat, a sword, or a prop of some sort? Beginning at 1pm on October 21, work with PlayHouse staff to create your accessory!

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Tot Time: Dinosaurs
Oct 25 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

October 25: Dinosaurs

Long before people, huge dinosaurs roamed the earth. Let’s find out more about how they looked, lived, and sounded! Rawr!

Tot Time is designed for 1-3 year olds and their adults, and includes stories, songs, and musical instruments, a gallery exploration, an art project, and more!

Cost: $1 per child with museum admission. 

This program is made possible by PNC. 

Ag in the Classroom: Farm Equipment and Technology
Oct 26 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Agriculture in the Classroom Homeschool Program

October 26: Farm Equipment and Technology
Ages 8-12 years old
Cost: $5 per child (does not include admission) Registration required.

Farming is high-tech these days. Learn all the different types of technology farmers use on a daily basis.

Call (309) 323-6896 to register

The Peoria PlayHouse Children's Museum

The Peoria PlayHouse Children's Museum