Practice your computer skills. Stop in the Training Lab to get help with email, using MS Word, saving documents and photos, etc. Bring your own laptop or tablet if you have one or use the computers in the Lab. No Reservation walk in.
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Adult Program - All
New Release Movie - About Time, Rated R, 123 min. - Tim has recently discovered he can travel in time. After another lonely New Years Eve, he decides to change history.
Make your yard a welcoming place for birds by learning what plants they enjoy and how to provide shelter, food and water.
Romeo + Juliet - 1996, PG-13, 120 min - Shown in conjunction with The Shakespeare Project of Chicago. Members of The Shakespeare Project will be on hand for discussion for each film.
Perhaps Tomorrow - A Journey of Love and Discovery: "The Gypsy's words echoed in her mind. 'You must find peace within yourself. The inevitable cannot be altered'." Come hear Roberta Wachowicz's description of her Mother's life and how she and her sister fulfilled their Mother's dream by getting her book published.
Mary Kingsley (an intrepid Victorian explorer who traveled to West Africa and lived among the cannibals in the late 1800's) is brought to life by professional actress, Betsey Means, of WomanLore.
Take advantage of private one-hour sessions of business coaching.
Counselers from the Chicago Chapter of SCORE® will be at the Library to advise small business owners and start-ups with planning, marketing or financial solutions.
The sessions are free but you must make an appointment. To set up your appointment online, visit the counseling page at www.scorechicago.org/. If you have questions, call SCORE at 312-353-7724 or email email@example.com.
Sessions begin at 5:00 pm, 6:00 pm, and 7:00 pm.
Attorney Jacob Ehrensaft will discuss estate planning, including wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, probate, and guardianship. The importance of planning ahead as well as updating existing documents to reflect changes in the law and personal circumstances will be reviewed. Registration required.
Join the actors for a lively dicussion after the performance.
Written by William Shakespeare, directed by Barbara Zahora