Library Programs

Tanya Steel, executive director of a nonprofit and spouse of someone with Frontal Temporal Degeneration, will facilitate the group. It is free, open to all and requires no registration. Drop-in’s are welcome at any point. Please help spread the word especially to those in similar […]

Professor Heather Ostman will lead a four book part discussion series on Women in American Classics. This program is funded by a grant from Humanities New York. It will be coordinated with the ongoing Bagels and Books discussion group. The program is free, open to […]

A Princeton grad, professor creative writing and immigrant from Belarus shares his struggles with coming of age, being Russian and Jewish in America, and his bittersweet relationship with food and family. Free, open to all, no registration and snacks. This is the library annual meeting.

On Tuesday, April 7th at 4:00, make a jelly bean tree, edible rainbows and more. The program is free with no registration.

This April 18th program is presented by the WLS Seniors Speaking Out program. These volunteers come to libraries and offer advice and help to anyone who is trying to navigate their way through the complicated health care system for older adults. It will help those […]

International Nibble & Nosh

Sample food from different countries prepared by your neighbors. Enjoy a glass of wine, meet new people and have fun.

Cost is $20 for adults and $10 for children 12 and under. Tickets purchased at the door or after March 1st will be $30 and $20.

Space is very limited and payment/registration are needed by March 1st.

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