Contest for Kids
Want to hold the top government position at the Niles Public Library District for a day? Let us know why YOU should be Library President for a Day. Download the form here!
Submissions Due: Sunday, October 23
Come celebrate the arts, crafts, engineering, technology, and the DIY movement by showcasing your talents and skills with the community. The Maker Fest is highly interactive and all participants need to be willing to talk about their craft or hobby. Interested in participating? Click here.
9:30am to 3:30pmFree. This nationally recognized program, presented by Business and Career Services Inc. and Illinois workNet, provides expert guidance on SMART...
10:30am to 11:15amKids ages 3-5 will share stories, songs and action rhymes. Please note time and day change.
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Nomination packets are now available for Trustee of the Niles Public Library District. Two full 6-year terms will be on the ballot in the April 4, 2017, Consolidated Election. Persons interested in serving must be residents of the library district and qualified registered voters. Click here for more information.
- September 27
What if you could change the world in only 2 minutes? Today, maybe you can. Today is National Voter Day. Register to vote online via the secure Nonprofit VOTE site, and you can also sign up for reminders about upcoming elections. Registering only takes about 2 minutes, ...
- September 23
Starting out in Hollywood as a writer, Curtis Hanson had some minor successes with his screenplays and eventually with the movies he directed. But, it wasn’t until 1992’s sleeper hit, The Hand that Rocks the Cradle, that he became a director with his pick of projects. In 1997, he picked a life changing project with L.A. Confidential, which remains his most acclai...
- August 30
Known to most of us from the hit and long-running crime TV show Law and Order, where Hill played curmudgeonly fair district attorney Adam Schiff, Hill’s acting career goes back decades and covers early television, a recurring role on Mission: Impossible, and a variety of movies. ...