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Maker Workshop: Artsy Ornaments
Dec 7 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Make some festive ornaments to put on your tree, decorate your home, or give as presents to your friends and family to celebrate the winter holidays!

In PlayHouse Maker Workshops, kids and families learn to use tools, experiment with different types of making, and think creatively! This program is designed for kids 3-12 years old. All children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.

How to register:

  • Register in person at the PlayHouse, by phone at (309) 323-6900, or online. Those who are Explorer Members must register in person at the PlayHouse.
  • Members will receive their discount by entering the code:  PH2019MW at checkout online. Current membership status will be verified.
  • Registration closes the Wednesday prior to the workshop.

The PlayHouse has switched to a new program registration system. If you encounter technical problems in using this new system, please contact Kevin Davis at the Peoria Park District’s Recreation Desk at 681-1200.  For program questions, please call our Family and Public Programs Educator, Adrienne Huffman, at 309-323-6894.

Noon Year’s Eve: Paleo Party
Dec 31 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm


Ring in the New Year with us at noon! Communication Junction will lead two Sign and Sing story times complete with stories, songs, and bubbles! Decorate party masks, play dinosaur themed games and win prizes. Then pump up the jams at the Dino Stomp dance party at 11:15 am! Go on a scavenger hunt and special tour in our new exhibit Fossils Rock. At noon, celebrate with a special surprise and cupcakes to celebrate the New Year.

Cost $6 per member (including Explorer Members)/$16 per non-member includes museum admission (museum will not be open otherwise outside of this event).

** Members, in order to receive your discount enter the code PPH2019NYE at checkout. Membership will be verified for those using the code.

The Peoria PlayHouse Children's Museum

The Peoria PlayHouse Children's Museum