Drop by and meet with a member of the teen tech-savvy team for one-to-one guidance.
HPHS students and HPHS Dan Kalnes present a sneak preview of Focus on The Arts 2011 "Imagine the Possibilities," scheduled for April 11-14 at the high school. Learn about the events and artists scheduled, and enjoy a special performance by Mikel Patrick Averys EP Trio + Film featuring music and film from one of this years Focus artists in residence. Come find out what Focus on the Arts 2011 has in store, and get ready to "Imagine the Possibilities "
"Cuts & Coffee" Listening Session
Karen is seeking suggestions from constituents on how to cut the State's budget and reduce spending. Attendees may fill out a form describing their proposals to be evaluated by the legislature. To encourage creative thinking on reducing spending, new suggestions that are legal and result in actual savings will result in a monetary award to the individual who proposes the cut.
The first Cuts & Coffee session will be Saturday, March 5, from 9:00 to 10:30 am in the lobby of the Highland Park Library, 494 Laurel Avenue.
Dick Adler will lead a discussion about the film "The Girl with the Dragon Tatto," based on the best-selling novel by Stieg Larssen.
The film will not be shown. Copies of the film are available in the A-V Room.
This event is sponsored by Friends of the Library
Howard Reich, the Chicago Tribunes award-winning jazz critic, shares his tales of covering music in Chicago for more than 30 years. He will discuss and read from his new book, "Let Freedom Swing: Collected Writings on Jazz, Blues and Gospel. Books will be for sale and the event will conclude with a book signing.
Chicago jazz quartet BMR4, featuring members of the Buddy Guy, Lonnie Brooks and Patricia Barber bands, performs at the Library. Enjoy an afternoon of upbeat, classic jazz, mixed with R&B and Blues.
Meet with 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
"Chicago Tribune" film critic Michael Phillips offers predictions for this year's Academy Awards--and talks about the ones that got away.
"The Housekeeper and the Professor" by Yoko Ogawa is a quiet, exquisite tale of love, learning, and the connections between us all. Ogawa's novel tells the story of a simple housekeeper, her young son, and the poignant relationship they manage to form with a brilliant mathematics professor whose short-term memory only lasts 80 minutes.
Bob Coscarelli, professor emeritus at College of Lake County, will introduce the film Sabrina(1954). A discussion will follow the showing. This event is presented with the Highland Park Senior Center.