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Hours & Location
10:00am to 11:30amLearn to use the free version of Microsoft PowerPoint the PowerPoint Web App. An MSN account is required. If you have Hotmail, MSN Mail, or an...
9:00am to 12:00pmTake advantage of private one-hour sessions of business coaching. Counselers from the Chicago Chapter of SCORE® will be at the Library to advise...
9:30am to 2:00pmThis nationally recognized program, presented by Business and Career Services Inc. and Illinois workNet, provides expert guidance on smart goals,...
- August 18
As a children’s librarian, I have a front row seat to the greatest show on Earth: toddlerdom. Toddlers are fascinating, brilliant little people whose curiosity drives them to seek new experiences every waking hour of the day. At the same time, they lack practical knowledge, time-sense, and impulse control. This combined with extreme emotional intensity can lead the most angelic two-year-old to behav...
- August 18
So here it is, the last of a four part series on popular dramas currently airing today. Supernatural Dramas feature characters of supernatural origin such as zombies, vampires, werewolves, witches, and ghosts or have plot lines that deal with the supernatural or a combination of both. Shows such as The Walking Dead fall into the latter category, which feature human characters battling ...
- August 16
Dark Passage: A lesser-known Humphrey Bogart/Lauren Bacall film that, despite an un-Hollywood ending, is one of their best (THE best in my opinion). The chemistry between the two has never been better. The film begins from the visual perspective of Bogart’s wronged-criminal character. The camera moves with Bogart’s eyes, so the audience only hears his voice and does not see his face for the first part of the film. Once we see Bogart, the ...