Eric Leonardson of the Midwest Society of Acoustic Ecology will introduce the concept of Soundscape Ecology and lead participants in a sound walk. Dress for weather. Meet in the Auditorium. (Ages 8 and up)
This estate planning overview will coach you through the winning legal strategies you can use for a successful future using wills, trusts, and powers of attorney.
This seminar will be presented by Kenneth M. Bloom, attorney, CPA, and partner of the Chicago estate planning law firm Peck Bloom, LLC.
Identity theft occurs when a criminal obtains and uses someone elses personal information to purchase goods and services fraudulently. A fast response to identity theft is the best way to minimize the damage to your name and financial health. This presentation by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigans Office will discuss the steps you need to take if your identity is stolen and how to prevent identity theft in the future.
Create a space and the song birds will come! This crafting event for all ages will help make your yard a bird sanctuary.
Step into the world of 3D printing with this hands-on class and learn how to turn your ideas into reality.
Meet with Dr. Iris Seeley, a career counselor from College of Lake County, for a half hour session. Learn job strategies, find assistance writing or updating a resume, and prepare for a job interview. For more job hunting information visit our Job Hunting Subject Guide. Also check out our recommended career and employment sites.
Registration Required: If you need help registering stop by the Reference Desk OR Call 847/681-7031.
Political author and blogger Carol Felsenthal will asses how Governor Rauner is progressing with his agenda. Also discussed will be the recent Chicago mayoral election.
Morris discusses her novel, a sweeping Chicago epic that captures the atmosphere and music of the Jazz Age. Its a tale of family, race, gangsters, disaster, love, betrayal, and, of course, jazz. Books will be for sale and the event will conclude with a book signing.
A One Book, One Highland Park event.
Metalsmith instructor Amy Butts from The Art Center Highland Park will be on hand to teach beginning wire wrapping techniques. Participants will have an opportunity to design and make a one of a kind bracelet, decorating it with beaded charms that they create. Ages 10 and up, no previous skills are required. Materials generously donated by The Art Center Highland Park.
Attendees will take part in lively discussions on Spanish Literature, focusing on the works of notable authors. Conversations will be mostly in Spanish, but non-native speakers are welcome. This event will be held in the MediaScape Room. Currently discussing "Cuentos de amor, de locura y de muerte, Anaconda, y Cuentos de la selva" by Horacio Quiroga.