Every Tuesday in September! Come to one class or all to experience the health benefits of yoga. Chair yoga is available for those who require a more gentle approach. Water and mat recommended. Register here.
Strictly Business Lunch & Learn Series:
Trade Show Lead Generation
Thursday, Sept. 4,
Demonstration on how to have a successful trade show, from company image to booth presentation. Register here.
Friday Movie Matinee:
Saving Mr. Banks, PG-13
Friday, Sept. 5,
The story of how Walt Disney bought the rights to Mary Poppins. Snacks provided. Register here.
Meet the Author: Annalisa Russo
Sunday, Sept. 7,
Authors unite for a guided outline through the editing process, so you can produce a polished manuscript. Autographed books available for purchase. Register here.
GMO OMG Documentary
Monday, Sept. 8,
A concerned father goes in search of answers about genetically modified organisms and to find out what we are serving our families.
A Novel Idea
Book Discussion Group
Thursday, September 11
September's selection is Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline. Pick up a copy at the Reference Desk and join us for the discussion.
Tuesday, Sept. 9,
Perfect for recent college grads, this workshop wraps up what is needed to start a new career. A focus on personal branding, interviewing, networking and more.
The Towers Fell & American Rises
Thursday, Sept. 11
Events and people of the 9/11 attacks are remembered through history, stories and song. Come together and reflect on how America was changed forever. Register Here.
Noon to 1:30 PM
Topic: "Master the Job Search" presented by Pam Abbott, Workforce Services Division of Will County. Bring your lunch, dessert is on us. Registration requested.
Register for FREE technology training on topics such as Microsoft Excel, Word, Internet, Social Media, Genealogy and much more. To view the upcoming schedule and to register, visit the Events Calendar. You can also register by calling 815-327-2515. Space is limited, so reserve your spot now.
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