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Tinley Park resident Roseanne Calahan, storytime reader at the Frankfort Children’s Museum, reads Dr. Seuss’s book “Go, Dog. Go!” on March 3 during a party celebrating the children’s author at the museum. Mary Compton/22nd Century Media
Oscar Zavala, 4, of Orland Park makes a crazy hat March 3 during the inaugural Dr. Seuss birthday party held at KidsWork Children’s Museum in Frankfort. Photos by Mary Compton/22nd Century Media
Orland Park residents Colin Crimmens and his mother, Jenn Roney, listen attentively to a Dr. Seuss story.
Bonnie Lindsey (right), of Tinley Park, helps her daughters Maisie (left) and Winnie with their crazy hat craft project.
Mary Compton, Freelance Reporter
2:38 am CDT March 15, 2020

On the second floor of KidsWork Children’s Museum, balloons were floating, decorations were up and snacks were ready to celebrate the birthday of acclaimed children’s author Dr. Seuss. 

Several children, along with their parents, stopped by the museum March 3 to take part in the festivities. The party lasted all day and featured self-led activities.

“It’s the first time we’ve celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday here,” said Heather Urbanski, operations manager for the museum. “We have activities, a puppet making-station and a selfie station.”