Join Peter Garino, Artistic Director of The Shakespeare Project of Chicago, as he gives a background on The Bard, utilizing excerpts of Shakespeare's plays in context. The PERFECT introduction to the 22nd Season of the Shakespeare Project's season, which begins October 14th.
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Adult Program - All
A lively group of local songwriters meet on the second Thursday of the month in the Lower Level Meeting Room to discuss their craft and play their music. Acoustic instruments are welcome.
Sept. 19-Nov. 14. Nine week class. Prepare for the citizenship examination with instruction in U.S. history and government. Register first day of class on Sept. 19. Call Diana Allen, Oakton Community College, at 847-376-7683, with questions.
Improve your English speaking, reading, and writing skills. Register for Fall semester. First class was Thursday Sept. 8, 6-8:45pm. For more information call the ESL Department at Oakton Community College, 847-635-1426.
Clark Elliott, a professor at De Paul University, joins us to relate the dramatic story of his recovery from a severe concussion he suffered when his car was rear-ended. His inspiring book gives hope to all those who have suffered concussions and other brain traumas.
This is the last ESL class of the fall semester.
Learn about I-Cash and how to use it to find unclaimed assets. A representative from the State Treasurers Office will be in the Commons to search for you.
I-Cash is the state fund for lost and abandoned assets. It includes an unclaimed property fund of over $2 billion that belong to residents and businesses in Illinois. Typically, one in four people who use the I-Cash service will find lost assets for themselves or their relatives. Drop-in. First come, first served. You may be given a number at arrival; browse our new items while waiting.
Improve your English speaking, reading, and writing skills. For more information call the ESL Department at Oakton Community College, 847-635-1426.