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Large Meeting Room A&B
Families with kids in Grade K-5 can come enjoy hands on stations at Family Science Saturday. Registration Required.
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.
Join us on the 4th Monday of each month to create masterpieces at our new Lego Club. No registration necessary. Grades K-8.
Join us on this cosmic sightseeing tour with Astronomy Picture of the Day. Behold the wild, astonishing, and magnificent marvels that inhabit our cosmic neighborhood and beyond.
Boxing historian Mitch Levin uses film to make the case for Sam Langford, the Black Canadian known as the "the pocket battleship," and notes the connection to the Niles lightweight, Jack Sharkey.
Prepare for the ACT with a FREE practice test proctored by College Nannies and Tutors of Glenview. Bring a number 2 pencil and calculator, leave with your score.
Have you memorized a scene from your favorite book, movie or series? Or written your own fanfiction that youd like share with fellow fans? Nows your chance! Join us for a fun afternoon that celebrates your favorite characters and unique talents.
THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING, Best Picture Nominee, Rated PG-13, 123 min. (alternate title in case of release delay: The Judge (Best Supporting Actor Nominee))
Learn how to fit Social Security into your retirement income plan using a LENS strategy. For people who are nearing retirement, ages 55 and up. Presented by Kyle Brown, an Edward Jones financial advisor.