Events

June 2013

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Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

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Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

Work by local art students ages 10 to 18 will be on display in Waukegan Public Library’s Gallery 128 starting June 1. The exhibition titled “Creative Light of Youth” consists of original artwork by students of local instructor Dr. Marco Antonio Cruz. An opening reception for the artists will be held on June 1 at 2 p.m. and is open to the public.

Born in Puebla City, Mexico, Dr. Cruz became obsessed with both art and singing at an early age and spent most of his youth sketching and studying architecture, human figure and nature. He explored a broad range of artistic styles before earning his Doctorate degree in Fine Arts from Suffield University. Dr. Cruz has won many awards throughout the years, including first place in a contest by the Chicago Yellow Pages Spanish Edition in 2005, which put his painting on the front cover.

Now Dr. Cruz is a private art instructor for both children and adults and has also taught at the Waukegan Park District, Jack Benny Center for the Arts, and the Xilin Lake County Chinese School at the College of Lake County. “I’m extremely proud of my students because all of them started without any previous art knowledge, and now the community can see their growth and creativity in painting different subjects with different techniques,” said Dr. Cruz.

“This exhibit allows the students to show their talents, feelings, emotions and skills,” said Cruz. “It is an activity that calls for dedication, experimentation, and rewards them with a heightened appreciation of the world around them. This is just the beginning for them on their journeys to become professional artists.” All of the students included in the exhibit have been taking classes with Dr. Cruz for about one year. The students included in the exhibit are: Daniela Santoyo, Jocelyn Montejo, Katarina Garcia, Juan Zuniga, Skylynn Medina, Zyanya Narvaez, Adriana Amador, Joselyn Duvon, and Andres Vences.

Pianist Jonathan Cruz will supply the background music for the reception. Cruz began studying music when he was 5 years old and has presented over 41 recitals over the years. He is graduating this year from Millikin University with a degree in commercial music and Spanish education.

“Creative Light of Youth” will be on display at the gallery through August 2. Gallery 128 serves as a dedicated exhibit space to showcase the talents of local artists in the library. To learn more about exhibit opportunities, call Rena Morrow at (847) 623-2041, ext. 231.

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Work by local art students ages 10 to 18 will be on display in Waukegan Public Library’s Gallery 128 starting June 1. The exhibition titled “Creative Light of Youth” consists of original artwork by students of local instructor Dr. Marco Antonio Cruz. An opening reception for the artists will be held on June 1 at 2 p.m. and is open to the public.

Born in Puebla City, Mexico, Dr. Cruz became obsessed with both art and singing at an early age and spent most of his youth sketching and studying architecture, human figure and nature. He explored a broad range of artistic styles before earning his Doctorate degree in Fine Arts from Suffield University. Dr. Cruz has won many awards throughout the years, including first place in a contest by the Chicago Yellow Pages Spanish Edition in 2005, which put his painting on the front cover.

Now Dr. Cruz is a private art instructor for both children and adults and has also taught at the Waukegan Park District, Jack Benny Center for the Arts, and the Xilin Lake County Chinese School at the College of Lake County. “I’m extremely proud of my students because all of them started without any previous art knowledge, and now the community can see their growth and creativity in painting different subjects with different techniques,” said Dr. Cruz.

“This exhibit allows the students to show their talents, feelings, emotions and skills,” said Cruz. “It is an activity that calls for dedication, experimentation, and rewards them with a heightened appreciation of the world around them. This is just the beginning for them on their journeys to become professional artists.” All of the students included in the exhibit have been taking classes with Dr. Cruz for about one year. The students included in the exhibit are: Daniela Santoyo, Jocelyn Montejo, Katarina Garcia, Juan Zuniga, Skylynn Medina, Zyanya Narvaez, Adriana Amador, Joselyn Duvon, and Andres Vences.

Pianist Jonathan Cruz will supply the background music for the reception. Cruz began studying music when he was 5 years old and has presented over 41 recitals over the years. He is graduating this year from Millikin University with a degree in commercial music and Spanish education.

“Creative Light of Youth” will be on display at the gallery through August 2. Gallery 128 serves as a dedicated exhibit space to showcase the talents of local artists in the library. To learn more about exhibit opportunities, call Rena Morrow at (847) 623-2041, ext. 231.

Children ages 8 to 14 are invited to sign up for computer classes to learn basic computer skills which include word processing, spreadsheets, and video uploading. Classes are in session for four consecutive Saturdays, June 1, 8, 15, & 22 from 2-4 pm. For more information contact David Villalobos at 847-623-2041 x 234. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Children ages 8 to 14 are invited to sign up for computer classes to learn basic computer skills which include word processing, spreadsheets, and video uploading. Classes are in session for four consecutive Saturdays, June 1, 8, 15, & 22 from 2-4 pm. For more information contact David Villalobos at 847-623-2041 x 234. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Every Sunday an open lab hour is available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Every Sunday an open lab hour is available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four weeks May 5, 12, 19, & June 2 due to Memorial Day Holiday, from 2:30 to 4:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four weeks May 5, 12, 19, & June 2 due to Memorial Day Holiday, from 2:30 to 4:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks
June 3, 10, 17, & 24 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

More Info

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks
June 3, 10, 17, & 24 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

Fair Housing/Renters” Rights workshop, presented by Prairie State Legal Services

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Fair Housing/Renters” Rights workshop, presented by Prairie State Legal Services

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Un programa de cuatro semanas para enseñar a los participantes las opciones de cuidado de salud actuales que pueden estar disponibles para ellos, a conectarse con un proveedor de atención de la salud en la comunidad, y educarlos sobre cuándo y cuándo no buscar atención hospitalaria de urgencia.

A four week program in Spanish to teach participants the current health care options that may be available to them, connect them with a community health care provider, and educate them on when to and when not to seek hospital emergency care.

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Un programa de cuatro semanas para enseñar a los participantes las opciones de cuidado de salud actuales que pueden estar disponibles para ellos, a conectarse con un proveedor de atención de la salud en la comunidad, y educarlos sobre cuándo y cuándo no buscar atención hospitalaria de urgencia.

A four week program in Spanish to teach participants the current health care options that may be available to them, connect them with a community health care provider, and educate them on when to and when not to seek hospital emergency care.

5:30pm7:30pm

Self taught Spanish reading and writing computer program for native Spanish speakers. Limited to 8 people. To register contact Carmen Patlan, 847-623-2041 x 262. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Self taught Spanish reading and writing computer program for native Spanish speakers. Limited to 8 people. To register contact Carmen Patlan, 847-623-2041 x 262. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

Program: ELC Program

Learn about the different types of everyday items that come from a farm for instance toothpaste and orange juice and create a farm products collage.

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Program: ELC Program

Learn about the different types of everyday items that come from a farm for instance toothpaste and orange juice and create a farm products collage.

Program: ELC Program

Learn about the different types of everyday items that come from a farm for instance toothpaste and orange juice and create a farm products collage.

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Program: ELC Program

Learn about the different types of everyday items that come from a farm for instance toothpaste and orange juice and create a farm products collage.

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10:10am10:30am

Program: ELC Program

Toddlers love to move, so we’ve designed a lively storytime just for them! Join us for stories, fingerplays, songs and rhythm activities.

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Program: ELC Program

Toddlers love to move, so we’ve designed a lively storytime just for them! Join us for stories, fingerplays, songs and rhythm activities.

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

More Info

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

Room:

Walk-ins are welcome. Practice for the naturalization interview.

More Info

Room:

Walk-ins are welcome. Practice for the naturalization interview.

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

More Info

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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10:30am12:30pm

Every Wednesday, excluding the fourth Wednesday of the month, open lab hours are available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

More Info

Every Wednesday, excluding the fourth Wednesday of the month, open lab hours are available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

Program: ELC Program

Learn about the different types of everyday items that come from a farm for instance toothpaste and orange juice and create a farm products collage.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Learn about the different types of everyday items that come from a farm for instance toothpaste and orange juice and create a farm products collage.

Program: ELC Program

Learn about the different types of everyday items that come from a farm for instance toothpaste and orange juice and create a farm products collage.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Learn about the different types of everyday items that come from a farm for instance toothpaste and orange juice and create a farm products collage.

This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 5, 12, 19, & 26 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

More Info

This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 5, 12, 19, & 26 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

6:30pm7:00pm

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

More Info

Room:

Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

Room:

Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

More Info

Room:

Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

10:10am10:30am

Program: ELC Program

Help your infant (6 to 23 months) develop new learning skills and sensory awareness by exploring books, singing songs and trying fun new activities together.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Help your infant (6 to 23 months) develop new learning skills and sensory awareness by exploring books, singing songs and trying fun new activities together.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

4:30pm5:45pm

A place to hang out with friends,meet people from other schools and play videogames and boardgames. For 6th, 7th and 8th graders.

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A place to hang out with friends,meet people from other schools and play videogames and boardgames. For 6th, 7th and 8th graders.

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Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

More Info

Room:

Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

1:30pm4:30pm

Couples Workshop-we will be conducting a class for couples interested in becoming mentors to help other couples better their marriage.

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Couples Workshop-we will be conducting a class for couples interested in becoming mentors to help other couples better their marriage.

Children ages 8 to 14 are invited to sign up for computer classes to learn basic computer skills which include word processing, spreadsheets, and video uploading. Classes are in session for four consecutive Saturdays, June 1, 8, 15, & 22 from 2-4 pm. For more information contact David Villalobos at 847-623-2041 x 234. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

More Info

Children ages 8 to 14 are invited to sign up for computer classes to learn basic computer skills which include word processing, spreadsheets, and video uploading. Classes are in session for four consecutive Saturdays, June 1, 8, 15, & 22 from 2-4 pm. For more information contact David Villalobos at 847-623-2041 x 234. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Every Sunday an open lab hour is available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

More Info

Every Sunday an open lab hour is available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 9, 16, 23, & 30 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 9, 16, 23, & 30 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks
June 3, 10, 17, & 24 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

More Info

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks
June 3, 10, 17, & 24 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

5:00pm6:00pm

Bored with board games? Give us an hour to change your mind! 3rd-5th graders welcome.

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Bored with board games? Give us an hour to change your mind! 3rd-5th graders welcome.

Room:

Un programa de cuatro semanas para enseñar a los participantes las opciones de cuidado de salud actuales que pueden estar disponibles para ellos, a conectarse con un proveedor de atención de la salud en la comunidad, y educarlos sobre cuándo y cuándo no buscar atención hospitalaria de urgencia.

A four week program in Spanish to teach participants the current health care options that may be available to them, connect them with a community health care provider, and educate them on when to and when not to seek hospital emergency care.

More Info

Room:

Un programa de cuatro semanas para enseñar a los participantes las opciones de cuidado de salud actuales que pueden estar disponibles para ellos, a conectarse con un proveedor de atención de la salud en la comunidad, y educarlos sobre cuándo y cuándo no buscar atención hospitalaria de urgencia.

A four week program in Spanish to teach participants the current health care options that may be available to them, connect them with a community health care provider, and educate them on when to and when not to seek hospital emergency care.

5:30pm7:30pm

Self taught Spanish reading and writing computer program for native Spanish speakers. Limited to 8 people. To register contact Carmen Patlan, 847-623-2041 x 262. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

More Info

Self taught Spanish reading and writing computer program for native Spanish speakers. Limited to 8 people. To register contact Carmen Patlan, 847-623-2041 x 262. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

Program: ELC Program

Celebrate Father’s Day and make an assortment of Father’s Day art projects such a Father’s Day card and a Father’s Day puppet.

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Program: ELC Program

Celebrate Father’s Day and make an assortment of Father’s Day art projects such a Father’s Day card and a Father’s Day puppet.

Program: ELC Program

Celebrate Father’s Day and make an assortment of Father’s Day art projects such a Father’s Day card and a Father’s Day puppet.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Celebrate Father’s Day and make an assortment of Father’s Day art projects such a Father’s Day card and a Father’s Day puppet.

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10:10am10:30am

Program: ELC Program

Toddlers love to move, so we’ve designed a lively storytime just for them! Join us for stories, fingerplays, songs and rhythm activities.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Toddlers love to move, so we’ve designed a lively storytime just for them! Join us for stories, fingerplays, songs and rhythm activities.

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

More Info

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

Room:

Volunteers interested in teaching adults basic skill in Reading, Writing, Math and the English language receive training prior to being matched with students and classes. Interested parties must pre-register with Josh Anderson at 847-623-2041 x225

More Info

Room:

Volunteers interested in teaching adults basic skill in Reading, Writing, Math and the English language receive training prior to being matched with students and classes. Interested parties must pre-register with Josh Anderson at 847-623-2041 x225

Room:

Walk-ins are welcome. Practice for the naturalization interview.

More Info

Room:

Walk-ins are welcome. Practice for the naturalization interview.

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

More Info

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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10:30am12:30pm

Every Wednesday, excluding the fourth Wednesday of the month, open lab hours are available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

More Info

Every Wednesday, excluding the fourth Wednesday of the month, open lab hours are available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

Program: ELC Program

Celebrate Father’s Day and make an assortment of Father’s Day art projects such a Father’s Day card and a Father’s Day puppet.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Celebrate Father’s Day and make an assortment of Father’s Day art projects such a Father’s Day card and a Father’s Day puppet.

Program: ELC Program

Celebrate Father’s Day and make an assortment of Father’s Day art projects such a Father’s Day card and a Father’s Day puppet.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Celebrate Father’s Day and make an assortment of Father’s Day art projects such a Father’s Day card and a Father’s Day puppet.

Room:

Volunteers interested in teaching adults basic skill in Reading, Writing, Math and the English language receive training prior to being match with students and classes. Interested parties must pre-register with Josh Anderson at 847-623-2041 x225

More Info

Room:

Volunteers interested in teaching adults basic skill in Reading, Writing, Math and the English language receive training prior to being match with students and classes. Interested parties must pre-register with Josh Anderson at 847-623-2041 x225

This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 5, 12, 19, & 26 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

More Info

This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 5, 12, 19, & 26 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

6:30pm7:00pm

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Room:

Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

More Info

Room:

Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

Room:

Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

More Info

Room:

Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

10:10am10:30am

Program: ELC Program

Help your infant (6 to 23 months) develop new learning skills and sensory awareness by exploring books, singing songs and trying fun new activities together.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Help your infant (6 to 23 months) develop new learning skills and sensory awareness by exploring books, singing songs and trying fun new activities together.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

Room:

Volunteers interested in teaching adults basic skill in Reading, Writing, Math and the English language receive training prior to being match with students and classes. Interested parties must pre-register with Josh Anderson at 847-623-2041 x225

More Info

Room:

Volunteers interested in teaching adults basic skill in Reading, Writing, Math and the English language receive training prior to being match with students and classes. Interested parties must pre-register with Josh Anderson at 847-623-2041 x225

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Room:

Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

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Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

1:30pm4:30pm

Couples Workshop- Training for couples to become mentors of others to help them better their marriage

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Couples Workshop- Training for couples to become mentors of others to help them better their marriage

Children ages 8 to 14 are invited to sign up for computer classes to learn basic computer skills which include word processing, spreadsheets, and video uploading. Classes are in session for four consecutive Saturdays, June 1, 8, 15, & 22 from 2-4 pm. For more information contact David Villalobos at 847-623-2041 x 234. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Children ages 8 to 14 are invited to sign up for computer classes to learn basic computer skills which include word processing, spreadsheets, and video uploading. Classes are in session for four consecutive Saturdays, June 1, 8, 15, & 22 from 2-4 pm. For more information contact David Villalobos at 847-623-2041 x 234. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Every Sunday an open lab hour is available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Every Sunday an open lab hour is available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 9, 16, 23, & 30 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 9, 16, 23, & 30 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks
June 3, 10, 17, & 24 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks
June 3, 10, 17, & 24 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Un programa de cuatro semanas para enseñar a los participantes las opciones de cuidado de salud actuales que pueden estar disponibles para ellos, a conectarse con un proveedor de atención de la salud en la comunidad, y educarlos sobre cuándo y cuándo no buscar atención hospitalaria de urgencia.

A four week program in Spanish to teach participants the current health care options that may be available to them, connect them with a community health care provider, and educate them on when to and when not to seek hospital emergency care.

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Un programa de cuatro semanas para enseñar a los participantes las opciones de cuidado de salud actuales que pueden estar disponibles para ellos, a conectarse con un proveedor de atención de la salud en la comunidad, y educarlos sobre cuándo y cuándo no buscar atención hospitalaria de urgencia.

A four week program in Spanish to teach participants the current health care options that may be available to them, connect them with a community health care provider, and educate them on when to and when not to seek hospital emergency care.

5:30pm7:30pm

Self taught Spanish reading and writing computer program for native Spanish speakers. Limited to 8 people. To register contact Carmen Patlan, 847-623-2041 x 262. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Self taught Spanish reading and writing computer program for native Spanish speakers. Limited to 8 people. To register contact Carmen Patlan, 847-623-2041 x 262. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

Program: ELC Program

Join us for a variety of summer songs and large group games and such as Summer Fun Bingo and create a sandy sun collage.

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Program: ELC Program

Join us for a variety of summer songs and large group games and such as Summer Fun Bingo and create a sandy sun collage.

Program: ELC Program

Join us for a variety of summer songs and large group games and such as Summer Fun Bingo and create a sandy sun collage.

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Program: ELC Program

Join us for a variety of summer songs and large group games and such as Summer Fun Bingo and create a sandy sun collage.

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10:10am10:30am

Program: ELC Program

Toddlers love to move, so we’ve designed a lively storytime just for them! Join us for stories, fingerplays, songs and rhythm activities.

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Program: ELC Program

Toddlers love to move, so we’ve designed a lively storytime just for them! Join us for stories, fingerplays, songs and rhythm activities.

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

Program: ELC Program

Join us for a month of outdoor family fun! We will read stories, do art projects, science activities, and group games outside in the library’s courtyard.

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Program: ELC Program

Join us for a month of outdoor family fun! We will read stories, do art projects, science activities, and group games outside in the library’s courtyard.

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Walk-ins are welcome. Practice for the naturalization interview.

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Walk-ins are welcome. Practice for the naturalization interview.

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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10:30am12:30pm

Every Wednesday, excluding the fourth Wednesday of the month, open lab hours are available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Every Wednesday, excluding the fourth Wednesday of the month, open lab hours are available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

Program: ELC Program

Join us for a variety of summer songs and large group games and such as Summer Fun Bingo and create a sandy sun collage.

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Program: ELC Program

Join us for a variety of summer songs and large group games and such as Summer Fun Bingo and create a sandy sun collage.

Program: ELC Program

Join us for a variety of summer songs and large group games and such as Summer Fun Bingo and create a sandy sun collage.

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Program: ELC Program

Join us for a variety of summer songs and large group games and such as Summer Fun Bingo and create a sandy sun collage.

This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 5, 12, 19, & 26 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 5, 12, 19, & 26 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

6:30pm7:00pm

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

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Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

Room:

Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

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Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

10:10am10:30am

Program: ELC Program

Help your infant (6 to 23 months) develop new learning skills and sensory awareness by exploring books, singing songs and trying fun new activities together.

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Program: ELC Program

Help your infant (6 to 23 months) develop new learning skills and sensory awareness by exploring books, singing songs and trying fun new activities together.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Room:

Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

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Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

The purpose of the meeting is to plan an event that we are having on july 27

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The purpose of the meeting is to plan an event that we are having on july 27

Children ages 8 to 14 are invited to sign up for computer classes to learn basic computer skills which include word processing, spreadsheets, and video uploading. Classes are in session for four consecutive Saturdays, June 1, 8, 15, & 22 from 2-4 pm. For more information contact David Villalobos at 847-623-2041 x 234. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Children ages 8 to 14 are invited to sign up for computer classes to learn basic computer skills which include word processing, spreadsheets, and video uploading. Classes are in session for four consecutive Saturdays, June 1, 8, 15, & 22 from 2-4 pm. For more information contact David Villalobos at 847-623-2041 x 234. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Every Sunday an open lab hour is available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Every Sunday an open lab hour is available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 9, 16, 23, & 30 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 9, 16, 23, & 30 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks
June 3, 10, 17, & 24 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

More Info

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks
June 3, 10, 17, & 24 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

5:00pm6:00pm

Bring the whole family! Lotería is a Latin American game of chance, similar to bingo, but using images on a deck of cards instead of plain numbers on ping pong balls.

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Bring the whole family! Lotería is a Latin American game of chance, similar to bingo, but using images on a deck of cards instead of plain numbers on ping pong balls.

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Un programa de cuatro semanas para enseñar a los participantes las opciones de cuidado de salud actuales que pueden estar disponibles para ellos, a conectarse con un proveedor de atención de la salud en la comunidad, y educarlos sobre cuándo y cuándo no buscar atención hospitalaria de urgencia.

A four week program in Spanish to teach participants the current health care options that may be available to them, connect them with a community health care provider, and educate them on when to and when not to seek hospital emergency care.

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Un programa de cuatro semanas para enseñar a los participantes las opciones de cuidado de salud actuales que pueden estar disponibles para ellos, a conectarse con un proveedor de atención de la salud en la comunidad, y educarlos sobre cuándo y cuándo no buscar atención hospitalaria de urgencia.

A four week program in Spanish to teach participants the current health care options that may be available to them, connect them with a community health care provider, and educate them on when to and when not to seek hospital emergency care.

5:30pm7:30pm

Self taught Spanish reading and writing computer program for native Spanish speakers. Limited to 8 people. To register contact Carmen Patlan, 847-623-2041 x 262. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Self taught Spanish reading and writing computer program for native Spanish speakers. Limited to 8 people. To register contact Carmen Patlan, 847-623-2041 x 262. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

Program: ELC Program

Can you pick up a piece of wood with a magnet? Come find out and join us for a variety of wacky science experiments.

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Program: ELC Program

Can you pick up a piece of wood with a magnet? Come find out and join us for a variety of wacky science experiments.

Program: ELC Program

Can you pick up a piece of wood with a magnet? Come find out and join us for a variety of wacky science experiments.

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Program: ELC Program

Can you pick up a piece of wood with a magnet? Come find out and join us for a variety of wacky science experiments.

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10:10am10:30am

Program: ELC Program

Toddlers love to move, so we’ve designed a lively storytime just for them! Join us for stories, fingerplays, songs and rhythm activities.

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Program: ELC Program

Toddlers love to move, so we’ve designed a lively storytime just for them! Join us for stories, fingerplays, songs and rhythm activities.

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 10:30 to 12:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

2:00pm3:30pm

Share your thoughts and opinions about great pieces of literature with fellow enthusiasts. Books are available for checkout at the library’s customer service desk.

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Share your thoughts and opinions about great pieces of literature with fellow enthusiasts. Books are available for checkout at the library’s customer service desk.

Program: ELC Program

Join us for a month of outdoor family fun! We will read stories, do art projects, science activities, and group games outside in the library’s courtyard.

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Program: ELC Program

Join us for a month of outdoor family fun! We will read stories, do art projects, science activities, and group games outside in the library’s courtyard.

Room:

Walk-ins are welcome. Practice for the naturalization interview.

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Walk-ins are welcome. Practice for the naturalization interview.

This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This computer class is for individuals who want to learn basic computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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10:30am12:30pm

The fourth Wednesday of each month from September 2012 through June 2013 held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor receive assistance with job searching and resume writing. Registration kindly requested and walk-ins welcome. Lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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The fourth Wednesday of each month from September 2012 through June 2013 held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor receive assistance with job searching and resume writing. Registration kindly requested and walk-ins welcome. Lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 5, 12, 19, & 26 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in English. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 5, 12, 19, & 26 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

6:30pm7:00pm

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Room:

Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

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Room:

Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

Room:

Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

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Room:

Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Please drop-in! There is no registration required (no cost).

10:10am10:30am

Program: ELC Program

Help your infant (6 to 23 months) develop new learning skills and sensory awareness by exploring books, singing songs and trying fun new activities together.

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Program: ELC Program

Help your infant (6 to 23 months) develop new learning skills and sensory awareness by exploring books, singing songs and trying fun new activities together.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Room:

Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

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Room:

Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

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Every Sunday an open lab hour is available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Every Sunday an open lab hour is available for those who wish to learn computer skills in an informal setting, those who wish to review recently attained computer skills, those who just want to brush up on computer skills, or those anywhere in between. All are welcome, registration is kindly requested, and walk-ins are welcome. Open lab hours funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 9, 16, 23, & 30 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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This class is for individuals who have completed beginning computer skills in Spanish. The class runs for four consecutive weeks June 9, 16, 23, & 30 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM and is held in the Computer Learning Center on the library’s main floor. Classes funded by Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.