Learn the importance of first impressions, and how to present yourself to the potential employer. We will review tips and techniques to help you prepare for job interviews. Presenter: Presenter: Eileen Vesey, Chicago Federation of Labor Workers Assistance Committee. Learn more about all our services for job seekers.
Artist/photographers Kari Neuliep, Bryan Northup and Jerry Olejniczak will have an exhibit of photographs titled "TRESPASS: Exploring Urban Decay" in the Library Gallery in July. The gallery is open seven days a week during regular library hours.
A reception for the artists will be Sunday, July 6, from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Library Gallery.
Ten sculptors, including Margot McMahon from Oak Park, worked with Chicago Sculpture International and the Chicago Park District to keep dead trees from being removed by sculpting them. McMahon suspended 13 flying song birds and perched an owl on her Jackson Park tree along Lake Shore Drive south of 57th Street. These sculptures are supported by Mayor Rahm Emmanuel and the City of Chicago to bring attention to the number of trees expected to die over the next few years.
For children with special needs and a caregiver. This program is designed for kids who may have a hard time sitting still or focusing in big groups. Stories, songs, and movement activities will be included. Best for ages 3+.
Drop in and get crafty! We'll have all sorts of supplies on hand, you bring the creativity and imagination. Best for ages 5+.
A monthly knitting group for new knitters, experienced knitters and even lapsed knitters. We'll knit, chat and solve the world's problems! Bring your project, and we'll provide the technical support to help you along to completion!
For babies and 1s with a caregiver. This interactive, fun-filled, lapsit storytime uses rhymes, songs, puppets, musical instruments, and more to stimulate the learning process.
The library's 2014 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) film festival highlights some of the best in independent film making. Films run four consecutive Sundays in September and October, starting at 2 pm in the Main Library Veterans Room.
Sept. 21 - "Zenne Dancer" (2012) 99 min. Turkey. Winner of the Antalya Golden Orange and Nuremberg film festivals, "Zenne Dancer" tells the story of a trio of gay men, whose different perspectives on gay culture in conservative Turkey tell a poignant and emotional story.
You are invited to join your neighbors, friends, and to video chat with author Joshua Foer as we celebrate connections weve all made. Lets talk about our first communitys reading experience, play memory games, and enjoy brain-boosting foods.
Are you interested in doing science with your kids, but just don't know where to start? Feeling overwhelmed about all the supplies you'll need to do experiments? Do you wish you had more knowledge about how to explain basic scientific principles to kids? This workshop will explain all of our best tips and tricks for getting children engaged and excited about math and science. You'll go home with lots of amazing ideas for successful and fun science experiments that you can do at home easily and with confidence. Dress for mess! Register beginning June 17.