Recent Programs

Catch up on recent programs held at the library. We'll recap the best programs and provide videos and handouts. RSS


Posted by Trixie on 12/28/12

Learn about LinkedIn, the worldÂ’s largest professional network, in this hands-on workshop. Executive career coach Bruce Bennett covers the basics of establishing your professional profile as well as best practices for leveraging LinkedIn for your job search.
Posted by Trixie on 07/11/12

Learn the different parts of the computer, such as the processor, video card, memory, and hard drive and go through the step-by-step process of buying a computer.
Posted by Trixie on 06/20/12

Rachel Singer Gordon, author of Point, Click, and Save: Mashup Mom's Guide to Saving and Making Money Online, shares her strategies for finding legitimate ways to make side income online, how to use the Internet to locate work-at-home opportunities and the best ways to avoid being taken in by scams.
Posted by Trixie on 05/22/12

Representatives from Naturally Yours Events and FIG Catering share tips for summer and future party planning with an environmentally friendly focus. From the invitations to the food to the decorations, come hear the pros and cons of green parties, how to prioritize and the costs associated.
Posted by Trixie on 05/10/12

Check out a fresh perspective and get an answer to the question, "What's it like to be someone else?" Hear the individual story of Mary Lou Coffman and her husband, who found themselves raising their grandson, who was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome at the age of five. Learn about the fivepoint star reward system they developed just to make it through their day and how their parenting changed over the years. Chuck Osgood, former Chicago Tribune Photojournalist and co-author of Sidewalks: Portraits of Chicago, moderates this continuing series that gives you a look at what it is like to walk in someone else’s shoes.
Posted by Trixie on 04/26/12

Award-winning thriller novelist Jamie Freveletti discusses her three novels, her research and the writing process. She has the distinction of recently being tapped by the Estate of Robert Ludlum to write the next book in the Covert One series to be released this fall.
Posted by cstoll on 03/22/12

The Emerald Ash Borer beetle has been found in some of the 13,000 plus Ash trees in Arlington Heights. Scott Schirmer, Plant and Pesticide Specialist with the Illinois Department of Agriculture, and Dru Sabatello, Arlington Heights Forester, discuss the disease and what options are available to help preserve your neighborhood's trees.

PowerPoint Presentation by Scott Schirmer

PowerPoint Presentation by Dru Sabatello



Posted by rkong on 03/13/12

An Evening of Family Secrets with Frank Calabrese, Jr.

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