Unwind in the relaxed, welcoming atmosphere of The Glenview House with a bite to eat and drink, good company, and a lively book discussion.
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Adult Program - All
Othello, 1965, not rated, 165 min. - Laurence Olivier stars in this epic production of lies, deceit and, most of all, vengeance. Members of The Shakespeare Project will be on hand for discussion.
CUB staff will review home landline and cell telephone bills and recommend ways to cut costs. On average, folks save $200 per year by making simple changes. You may bring a cell phone bill but more specific advice will be given for a landline. CUB will review one bill per adult. First come, first served. You will be given a number at arrival; be prepared to wait your turn. Registration recommended. Drop-in between 10am and 2 pm. CUB has capped this event at 60 people.
If you have ever wondered about of volunteering at the library, sign up for this 45 minutes introduction and hear about volunteer opportunities at the library. A brief library tour will follow the presentation.
Registration required. A 45 minutes discussion of volunteer opportunities at the library, a look at the volunteer software used to track hours and a brief tour of the library.
First Spring Session. Jan. 12 through March 9.
Attendance at all classes is recommended.
Join us as David Skidmore directs this classic tale of a man who reached for the brass ring and found it a hangman's noose.
Back by popular demand, The Friends of the Niles Public Library are sponsoring the 19th season of The Shakespeare Project of Chicago. Five plays are being presented in a theatrical reading format. The Shakespeare Project of Chicago is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council and places an artistic emphasis on the language of the plays and leverages the talents of professional actors (members of Actors Equity Association).
OSCAR NIGHT Party! - REGISTER EACH PERSON ATTENDING SEPARATELY. DO NOT ONLY USE NOTES FIELD TO REGISTER GUESTS
Ever wonder if a cookbook is any good?
Every other month we will have a discussion on a cookbook.
Choose a recipe from the book selected, make the recipe and bring the completed dish to the discussion. The night of the discussion we will sample all the dishes and discuss the recipes and the overall book. Participants must bring a dish to participate.
February's featured cookbook is the Joy of Cooking by Irma Rombauer. Copies will be available at the Adult Services Reference desk 3rd floor.