This free nationally recognized program, presented by Business and Career Services Inc., provides expert guidance on smart goals, resume and cover letter writing, effective job searching, and interview techniques. Short breaks are provided. Snacks and covered drinks permitted. Registration required.
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Celebrate the history arrival of John, Paul, George and Ringo on our shores 50 years ago with an entertaining program series by award winning author and Beatles expert Robert Rodriguez. Part one is An Afternoon with Fab Four FAQ: The Beatles Performing Years 1957-1966.
This presentation traces the origins of the group, including a mini-documentary (50 minutes) with rare photos, interviews, concert segments and promos.
Part 2 (held Sun. Mar. 30) is An Afternoon with Revolver: How The Beatles Re-Imagined Rock 'N' Roll in the Studio 1967-1970
Bring your family and friends as we crank up the tunes and boogie down in the library! Its fun for the whole family to dance with your little ones! No registration needed. DJ Miss Cate will be spinning all the best tunes from our terrific music collection. Ages 0 and up with an adult.
Special musical guest Alina Celeste is putting on a concert for the wee ones! Join us for an hour of music, story, and dance. This will be a great show, sure to bring out the wiggles, giggles, and smiles.
Grades 3 - 8 are invited to join us the first Monday of each month in the Middle Ground when we make extraordinary things out of ordinary stuff.
Join us once a month in the Middle Ground when we make extraordinary things out of ordinary stuff.
Travels in West Africa with Mary Kinglsey: 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.
Author Patrick T. McBriarty shares a multi-media presentation based on his recent history and guidebook of the moveable bridges over the Chicago River which made Chicago the drawbridge capital of the world.
For the 70th Anniversary of D-Day, June 6, 1944, the Library screens the 1962 Academy Award-winning classic, featuring a virtual who's who of Hollywood stars.
Learn ways to address the interview questions that relate to past employer, supervisor, working conditions and separation status with the focus on positive content and accurate yet pleasing replies.