Gerontologist, Tricia Mullins, M.G.S.,will explain various senior services when exploring future living and care options. She will talk about assisted vs. supportive living housing options and the differences between home health and home care and how to access them.
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Tomorrowland - Rated PG, 130 min. A former boy-genius and a teen bursting with scientific curiosity, embark on a mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space known only as Tomorrowland. SHOWN WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES (SDH)
1/4/16-2/29/16. Prepare for the citizenship examination with instruction in U.S. history and government. Register at first class on Jan. 4. Call Diana Allen, Oakton Community College, at 847-376-7683, with questions.
Classes on 1/11 and 2/8 will be held in Lower Level meeting room.
Duo Hanna Khoury on violin and Hicham Chami on qanun share some of the heritage of traditional/classical oriental music.
Emma Goldman was inarguably one of the most fascinating women in 20th Century American history. This new one-woman play written and performed by Chicago stage legend Roslyn Alexander, captures Emma Goldman's dreams, struggles and loves on her journey from penniless Russian immigrant to quintessential symbol of the human decency and conscience of workers, women, and Jews in her adopted country. Without Emma Goldman there is no Ruth Bader Ginsburg, no Mickey Schwerner & Andrew Goodman, and a much poorer civil rights movement in the United States.
Join Niles Garden Club members and Niles Village volunteers for a Native Seed Processing Party. Native seeds were collected from the Rain Garden last fall. Refreshments will be served. Co-hosted by the Village of Niles and the Niles Public Library District.
Known as the Hillbilly Shakespeare, Hank Williams music and influence is truly amazing in its heartfelt messages of the human experience. Join us as Steve Justman performs the music that made Hank Williams famous.
The Shakespeare Project of Chicago's theatrical adaptation of 35 of Shakespeare's sonnets accompanied by songs from eight of his plays. 4 professional actors take you an intricate journey through the many dimensions of the deeply personal and complex relationships underpinning the sonnets. Original score by Chris Walz and adapted by Peter Garino.
Join Cecilia, our very own librarian, as she reviews the best and the worst of Hollywood in 2015. A great opportunity to chat about movies and meet some fellow film lovers!
Bridge of Spies - Nominated for 6 Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Supporting Actor.