Learn the ins and outs of creating beats and electronic music! Make your own instruments and production tools in this hands-on biweekly 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.
Did you know that online applications are run through a tracking system used as a screening tool by employers? Learn what to watch out for and how to answer questions, as well as tips and techniques for optimizing your resume for an Applicant Tracking System. Presenter: David Preciado, Chicago Federation of Labor Workers Workforce and Community Initiative. Register now.
The Book Bike visits Scoville Park leading up to the Park District of Oak Park's "Movies in the Park" program each month, weather permitting. The Book Bike will be stocked with popular titles for all ages, as well as special materials selected in honor of the film being screened later that evening. Community members are encouraged to stop by and see what the Paperback Rider is all about!
Talking about serious illness and dying is difficult. How can we best approach these conversations with loved ones? Explore steps to begin these hard and important discussions.
Facilitated by Dominican University Assistant Professor of Social Work and Gerontology Julie Bach, PhD, LCSW and Director of St. Catherine of Siena Center Rachel Hart Winter, PhD, this event will be held offsite at: Dominican University, Priory Campus Aula Auditorium 7200 W. Division St. River Forest, IL, 60305 708.714.9100
Two memoirs in one book. It started out as a class assignment and became a friendship. Authors Caitlin Alifirenka from America and Martin Ganda from Zimbabwe share how their human connection was stronger than the 9,000 miles between them.
This monthly group is an opportunity for genealogy enthusiasts to meet up, discuss tips and helpful hints, and hear from experts in the field. July's meet-up will offer the chance for local genealogists to get together to share information, advice, and resources they have gathered in their research.
The Book Bike visits the Oak Park Farmers Market, weather permitting. Community members are encouraged to stop by and see what the Paperback Rider is all about! Learn more about Oak Park's Book Bike and follow along on social media with #OPbookbike.
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