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Marketing activities help a small business or organization to achieve its goals and objectives.
This session will reveal some simple but effective best practices and considerations for the
small business seeking to gather information that allows them to gain valuable insights from
their audiences that will allow them to move their organization forward.
Join us from the comfort of your home or office for our next lunch-hour business webinar. The library is much more than books and movies. Come discover some of our best kept secrets, new ways the library serves our business community, resources you didn't know to ask for, and unique services for our business library card holders.
Enjoy a Labor Day weekend bike tour of Arlington Heights in a divided course – a six-mile short course or a 15-mile ride. Celebrate at North School Park following your ride with bicycle safety tips, crafts, prizes and refreshments. Presented in partnership with Arlington Heights Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC). Helmets encouraged. For all ages.
Best Overall Film - ‘Checkmate’ by Brandon Martin
Best Comedy - ‘Prop Hunt’ by Jared Culm
Best Experimental - ‘Trigger Warning’ by Kathleen Oku
Best Animation - ‘Over the Phone’ by August Graham, Ben Klicker
Best Documentary - ‘Same Molecules’ by Rhegan Graham
Best Music Video - ‘Geronimo’ by Tess Troschuk
In this three-part series, sponsored by the Friends of the Library, film historian Annette Bochenek brings classic Hollywood films to the library screen, enhanced by a lively discussion about the hometowns of the stars. Join us for our first installment and screening:
Date and time: Friday, September 4, 2–4 p.m.
Actress Irene Dunne’s early years in the Midwest are featured followed by a screening of her 1937 film The Awful Truth, also starring Cary Grant. What happens when a soon-to-be-divorced husband and wife realize they are both still in love with each other and scramble to spoil each other's chances for newfound romance?
Date and time: Monday, October 12, 2–4 p.m.
Join us for a tribute to Carole Lombard and her hometown of Fort Wayne, Indiana, followed by screening of her 1936 film My Man Godfrey, also starring William Powell. In the depths of the Depression, a party game brings dizzy socialite Irene Bullock to the city dump where she meets Godfrey, a derelict, and hires him as family butler. But is there more to Godfrey than meets the eye?
Date and time: Friday, November 6, 2–4 p.m.
Tyrone Power is featured with a discussion of his early years in Cincinnati, Ohio. Taryn Power-Greendeer, daughter of Tyrone Power and Linda Christian, will also be in attendance to discuss her father’s legacy. A screening of his 1937 film Love Is News, also starring Loretta Young follows. A financier's daughter spars with a newspaper reporter: he by writing about her, she by announcing their engagement. What happens next?