Film: Preserving with Friends: An easy step-by-step instructional guide to putting up the harvest by Harriet Fasenfest, Linda Ziedrich, Sandor Ellis Katz and Marjorie Braker.
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Teens (grades 9-12) interested in a weekly volunteer schedule should attend the Teen Volunteer Information session scheduled for the fourth Saturday of September or the fourth Saturday in January.
50-Minute Hamlet & 50-Minute Romeo and Juliet - Come see these two classic tragedies as condensed productions on a single bill! Back by popular demand, The Friends of the Niles Public Library are sponsoring the 19th season of The Shakespeare Project of Chicago. Five plays are being presented in a theatrical reading format. The Shakespeare Project of Chicago is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council and places an artistic emphasis on the language of the plays and leverages the talents of professional actors (members of Actors Equity Association).
Lecturer Barbara Roseman of the award winning Lyric Opera Education Corps shares musical excerpts, information on the composer and information on the performers of this seasons opera.
Thomas Middleton's dark masterpiece is a searing indictment of corruption, lust, and excess in the vestiges of power over the years following the death of Elizabeth I.
If you have ever wondered about volunteering at the library, sign up for this introduction and hear about volunteer opportunities at the library.
Registration required. We will explore the Morton Arboretums Arbor Day Tree Tagging kit and great information on trees.
Lecturer Karen Jared of the award winning Lyric Opera Education Corps shares musical excerpts, information on the composer and information on the performers of this seasons opera.
Local songwriters meet on the third Thursday of the month on the Lower Level to discuss their craft and play their music. Acoustic instruments are welcome.
Local songwriters meet to discuss their craft and share their music. Acoustic instruments welcome.