[email protected]: A Time Capsule from 2076
Recommended for ages 8–13
A glitch in time travel has resulted in a time capsule buried 60 years in the future being unearthed today. We’ll use what’s inside to determine what life is like in 2076. Led by nonfiction author Kim Adelman.
Free collaborative workshops, presented with 826LA, combine writing with creative activities for groups of up to 20 students.
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Hammer Kids is made possible through the generosity of the Anthony & Jeanne Pritzker Family Foundation.
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