A writers' group for fiction writers of all types and genres. Bring something yummy to share, your words, and words yet to be written. Each writer will get a chance to read their story, poem, or novel chapter and receive feedback from the group. Then we will WRITE! (We also eat since it's a feast!)
If you worked for a company that closed or you were laid off and are currently collecting unemployment benefits or recently exhausted them, you may be eligible to participate in the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act Program (WIOA). Find out more about the program, retraining opportunities, and other key benefits! Presented by Bill Lesus and Richard Williams of Triton College.
Design. Play. Compose. Learn the ins and outs of creating beats and electronic music! Make your own instruments and production tools in this hands-on monthly workshop for teens age 12+ and adults. Build a midi controller, design sounds using synthesizers and samples from nature, compose and perform songs from scratch, and more! No experience necessary. Tools and supplies will be provided.
Kick off Summer Reading with a show that will inspire kids to get involved in science! Steve Belliveau brings basic science principles down to earth. This show is a perfect blend of teaching and entertainment!
A writers' group for fiction writers of all types and genres. Bring something yummy to share, your words, and words yet to be written. Each writer will get a chance to read their story, poem, or novel chapter and receive feedback from the group. Then we will WRITE!
Hola, bore da, ac bienvenue! Books, songs and characters from cultures around the world will be part of this energetic program designed for children birth to age 6, with caregiver support. Held in Main Library Veterans Room.
Join local film historian and journalist Doug Deuchler for a six-week series of film screenings, "Midcentury Movie Star: Montgomery Clift in Hollywood," on Monday afternoons, June 12 through July 17. Montgomery Clift (1920-1966) was one of the finest actors to grace the silver screen in the 1940s and 1950s. Clift was known for playing moody, vulnerable outcasts.
"Red River" (1948) features Texas rancher John Wayne leading a cattle drive, but his tyrannical behavior causes a mutiny led by his adopted son (Clift). Directed by Howard Hawks. 127 minutes.
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