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Semana de Septiembre 29 2013

Hora Domingo Lunes Martes Miércoles Jueves Viernes Sábado
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10:00 am
 
10:30am12:30pm

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Family Literacy Program (ESL) for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak in English

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Family Literacy Program (ESL) for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak in English

10:30am12:30pm

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Family Literacy Program, ESL, for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak English

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Family Literacy Program, ESL, for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak English

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

10:15am10:30am

Program: ELC Program

Toddlers love to move, so we’ve designed a lively storytime just for them! Join us for stories, fingerplays, songs and rhythm activities.

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Program: ELC Program

Toddlers love to move, so we’ve designed a lively storytime just for them! Join us for stories, fingerplays, songs and rhythm activities.

10:30am12:30pm

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Aprenda a tener una conversación en ingles.Registración requerida, contacte a Carmen Patlan al 847 623-2041 x 262. Learn to have a conversation in English. Registration is required contact Carmen Patlan at 847 623-2041 x 262.

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Aprenda a tener una conversación en ingles.Registración requerida, contacte a Carmen Patlan al 847 623-2041 x 262. Learn to have a conversation in English. Registration is required contact Carmen Patlan at 847 623-2041 x 262.

Class will go over identifying the parts of a computer, proper procedure for turning a computer on and off, mouse skills, introduction to typing, how to create a folder, open documents, save documents, and simple navigation of the internet.

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Class will go over identifying the parts of a computer, proper procedure for turning a computer on and off, mouse skills, introduction to typing, how to create a folder, open documents, save documents, and simple navigation of the internet.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

10:30am12:30pm

Room:

Family Literacy Program (ESL) for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak in English

More Info

Room:

Family Literacy Program (ESL) for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak in English

10:30am12:30pm

Room:

Family Literacy Program, ESL, for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak English

More Info

Room:

Family Literacy Program, ESL, for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak English

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Just walk in! There is no registration required (no cost).

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Open to adults looking for help with reading, writing, math and beginning computer skills. Trained tutors are available to work with you. Just walk in! There is no registration required (no cost).

10:15am10:30am

Program: ELC Program

Help your infant (6 to 23 months) develop new learning skills and sensory awareness by exploring books, singing songs and trying fun new activities together.

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Program: ELC Program

Help your infant (6 to 23 months) develop new learning skills and sensory awareness by exploring books, singing songs and trying fun new activities together.

Class will go over cut, copy, paste, changes to text, printing, page orientation, set margins, bullet points, numbering, undo, redo, spell check, creating a resume, and creating an email account.

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Class will go over cut, copy, paste, changes to text, printing, page orientation, set margins, bullet points, numbering, undo, redo, spell check, creating a resume, and creating an email account.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

10:45am11:15am

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

More Info

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

10:00am5:00pm

On October 4, StoryCorps will arrive at the Waukegan Public Library as part of the library’s National Medal for Museum and Library Service award. Storycorps, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to recording, preserving, and sharing the stories of Americans, is partnering with the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to document the ongoing impact of the ten 2013 National Medal award-winning museums and libraries.

For three days, StoryCorps will capture the stories and experiences of library patrons, staff, and local partners who have been inspired by the programs, classes, and events that emphasize the library’s Path to Learning and Literacy. Some of the conversations will come from students who have used library resources to pursue their GED, improve their English language skills, or become United States citizens. Other interviews will highlight the continued donor support of impactful award winning library initiatives like the Early Learning Center exhibit and the Bus to Us program.

Library Director Richard Lee will also be interviewed for StoryCorps about his journey from a non-traditional student to library director of a national award-winning library that is continuously shifting to meet the needs of the Waukegan community. “I feel very fortunate to work in a library that makes a difference in the community. Every day, I see patrons utilizing our resources to help them on their paths to success and I am thankful to StoryCorps and IMLS for the opportunity to record their stories,” said Lee.

Trained StoryCorps staff will help pairs of participants record a conversation about the library. During the three‐day visit, facilitators will record 18 40-minute interviews. At the end of each interview, StoryCorps will give a CD copy of the interview to participants and the library for their archive.

One interview will be chosen and edited into a StoryCorps segment provided to the library and posted on the IMLS website. The complete collection of Waukegan Public Library stories will also be archived by the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.

If you have a story you would like to share with StoryCorps and the Waukegan Public Library, contact Rena Morrow, Marketing, Programming, and Exhibits Manager at (847) 623-2041, ext. 231 or rmorrow [at] waukeganpl [dot] info for available days and times.

About the Institute of Museum and Library Services
The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nation’s 123,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. The Institute’s mission is to create strong libraries and museums that connect people to information and ideas. The Institute works at the national level and in coordination with state and local organizations to sustain heritage, culture, and knowledge; enhance learning and innovation; and support professional development. To
learn more about the Institute, please visit www.imls.gov.

About StoryCorps
StoryCorps’ mission is to provide Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, preserve, and share their stories. StoryCorps is currently one of the fastest-growing nonprofits in the country. Each week, millions of Americans listen to StoryCorps’ award-winning broadcasts on NPR’s Morning Edition. StoryCorps has published three New York Times bestselling books: All There Is: Love Stories from StoryCorps; Mom: A Celebration of Mothers from StoryCorps; and Listening is an Act of Love. For more information or to listen to stories online, visit www.storycorps.org.

More Info

On October 4, StoryCorps will arrive at the Waukegan Public Library as part of the library’s National Medal for Museum and Library Service award. Storycorps, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to recording, preserving, and sharing the stories of Americans, is partnering with the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to document the ongoing impact of the ten 2013 National Medal award-winning museums and libraries.

For three days, StoryCorps will capture the stories and experiences of library patrons, staff, and local partners who have been inspired by the programs, classes, and events that emphasize the library’s Path to Learning and Literacy. Some of the conversations will come from students who have used library resources to pursue their GED, improve their English language skills, or become United States citizens. Other interviews will highlight the continued donor support of impactful award winning library initiatives like the Early Learning Center exhibit and the Bus to Us program.

Library Director Richard Lee will also be interviewed for StoryCorps about his journey from a non-traditional student to library director of a national award-winning library that is continuously shifting to meet the needs of the Waukegan community. “I feel very fortunate to work in a library that makes a difference in the community. Every day, I see patrons utilizing our resources to help them on their paths to success and I am thankful to StoryCorps and IMLS for the opportunity to record their stories,” said Lee.

Trained StoryCorps staff will help pairs of participants record a conversation about the library. During the three‐day visit, facilitators will record 18 40-minute interviews. At the end of each interview, StoryCorps will give a CD copy of the interview to participants and the library for their archive.

One interview will be chosen and edited into a StoryCorps segment provided to the library and posted on the IMLS website. The complete collection of Waukegan Public Library stories will also be archived by the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.

If you have a story you would like to share with StoryCorps and the Waukegan Public Library, contact Rena Morrow, Marketing, Programming, and Exhibits Manager at (847) 623-2041, ext. 231 or rmorrow [at] waukeganpl [dot] info for available days and times.

About the Institute of Museum and Library Services
The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nation’s 123,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. The Institute’s mission is to create strong libraries and museums that connect people to information and ideas. The Institute works at the national level and in coordination with state and local organizations to sustain heritage, culture, and knowledge; enhance learning and innovation; and support professional development. To
learn more about the Institute, please visit www.imls.gov.

About StoryCorps
StoryCorps’ mission is to provide Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, preserve, and share their stories. StoryCorps is currently one of the fastest-growing nonprofits in the country. Each week, millions of Americans listen to StoryCorps’ award-winning broadcasts on NPR’s Morning Edition. StoryCorps has published three New York Times bestselling books: All There Is: Love Stories from StoryCorps; Mom: A Celebration of Mothers from StoryCorps; and Listening is an Act of Love. For more information or to listen to stories online, visit www.storycorps.org.

10:30am12:30pm

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Temporary Visitors Driver’s License Preparation Classes will be available for immigrants seeking to obtain their driver’s license. The goal of this program will be to help prepare students pass the written portion of the Rules of the Road test in the state of IL, in order to be a licensed driver.

Clases de Preparación para obtener la licencia de conducir temporal para visitantes. El objetivo de este programa será ayudar a preparar a los estudiantes pasar la parte escrita del Reglamento de la prueba de carretera en el estado de Illinois, con el fin de ser un conductor con licencia.

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Temporary Visitors Driver’s License Preparation Classes will be available for immigrants seeking to obtain their driver’s license. The goal of this program will be to help prepare students pass the written portion of the Rules of the Road test in the state of IL, in order to be a licensed driver.

Clases de Preparación para obtener la licencia de conducir temporal para visitantes. El objetivo de este programa será ayudar a preparar a los estudiantes pasar la parte escrita del Reglamento de la prueba de carretera en el estado de Illinois, con el fin de ser un conductor con licencia.

10:30am12:30pm

Room:

Family Literacy Program (ESL) for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak in English

More Info

Room:

Family Literacy Program (ESL) for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak in English

10:30am12:30pm

Room:

Family Literacy Program, ESL, for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak English

More Info

Room:

Family Literacy Program, ESL, for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak English

10:00am5:00pm

On October 4, StoryCorps will arrive at the Waukegan Public Library as part of the library’s National Medal for Museum and Library Service award. Storycorps, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to recording, preserving, and sharing the stories of Americans, is partnering with the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to document the ongoing impact of the ten 2013 National Medal award-winning museums and libraries.

For three days, StoryCorps will capture the stories and experiences of library patrons, staff, and local partners who have been inspired by the programs, classes, and events that emphasize the library’s Path to Learning and Literacy. Some of the conversations will come from students who have used library resources to pursue their GED, improve their English language skills, or become United States citizens. Other interviews will highlight the continued donor support of impactful award winning library initiatives like the Early Learning Center exhibit and the Bus to Us program.

Library Director Richard Lee will also be interviewed for StoryCorps about his journey from a non-traditional student to library director of a national award-winning library that is continuously shifting to meet the needs of the Waukegan community. “I feel very fortunate to work in a library that makes a difference in the community. Every day, I see patrons utilizing our resources to help them on their paths to success and I am thankful to StoryCorps and IMLS for the opportunity to record their stories,” said Lee.

Trained StoryCorps staff will help pairs of participants record a conversation about the library. During the three‐day visit, facilitators will record 18 40-minute interviews. At the end of each interview, StoryCorps will give a CD copy of the interview to participants and the library for their archive.

One interview will be chosen and edited into a StoryCorps segment provided to the library and posted on the IMLS website. The complete collection of Waukegan Public Library stories will also be archived by the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.

If you have a story you would like to share with StoryCorps and the Waukegan Public Library, contact Rena Morrow, Marketing, Programming, and Exhibits Manager at (847) 623-2041, ext. 231 or rmorrow [at] waukeganpl [dot] info for available days and times.

About the Institute of Museum and Library Services
The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nation’s 123,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. The Institute’s mission is to create strong libraries and museums that connect people to information and ideas. The Institute works at the national level and in coordination with state and local organizations to sustain heritage, culture, and knowledge; enhance learning and innovation; and support professional development. To
learn more about the Institute, please visit www.imls.gov.

About StoryCorps
StoryCorps’ mission is to provide Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, preserve, and share their stories. StoryCorps is currently one of the fastest-growing nonprofits in the country. Each week, millions of Americans listen to StoryCorps’ award-winning broadcasts on NPR’s Morning Edition. StoryCorps has published three New York Times bestselling books: All There Is: Love Stories from StoryCorps; Mom: A Celebration of Mothers from StoryCorps; and Listening is an Act of Love. For more information or to listen to stories online, visit www.storycorps.org.

More Info

On October 4, StoryCorps will arrive at the Waukegan Public Library as part of the library’s National Medal for Museum and Library Service award. Storycorps, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to recording, preserving, and sharing the stories of Americans, is partnering with the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to document the ongoing impact of the ten 2013 National Medal award-winning museums and libraries.

For three days, StoryCorps will capture the stories and experiences of library patrons, staff, and local partners who have been inspired by the programs, classes, and events that emphasize the library’s Path to Learning and Literacy. Some of the conversations will come from students who have used library resources to pursue their GED, improve their English language skills, or become United States citizens. Other interviews will highlight the continued donor support of impactful award winning library initiatives like the Early Learning Center exhibit and the Bus to Us program.

Library Director Richard Lee will also be interviewed for StoryCorps about his journey from a non-traditional student to library director of a national award-winning library that is continuously shifting to meet the needs of the Waukegan community. “I feel very fortunate to work in a library that makes a difference in the community. Every day, I see patrons utilizing our resources to help them on their paths to success and I am thankful to StoryCorps and IMLS for the opportunity to record their stories,” said Lee.

Trained StoryCorps staff will help pairs of participants record a conversation about the library. During the three‐day visit, facilitators will record 18 40-minute interviews. At the end of each interview, StoryCorps will give a CD copy of the interview to participants and the library for their archive.

One interview will be chosen and edited into a StoryCorps segment provided to the library and posted on the IMLS website. The complete collection of Waukegan Public Library stories will also be archived by the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.

If you have a story you would like to share with StoryCorps and the Waukegan Public Library, contact Rena Morrow, Marketing, Programming, and Exhibits Manager at (847) 623-2041, ext. 231 or rmorrow [at] waukeganpl [dot] info for available days and times.

About the Institute of Museum and Library Services
The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nation’s 123,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. The Institute’s mission is to create strong libraries and museums that connect people to information and ideas. The Institute works at the national level and in coordination with state and local organizations to sustain heritage, culture, and knowledge; enhance learning and innovation; and support professional development. To
learn more about the Institute, please visit www.imls.gov.

About StoryCorps
StoryCorps’ mission is to provide Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, preserve, and share their stories. StoryCorps is currently one of the fastest-growing nonprofits in the country. Each week, millions of Americans listen to StoryCorps’ award-winning broadcasts on NPR’s Morning Edition. StoryCorps has published three New York Times bestselling books: All There Is: Love Stories from StoryCorps; Mom: A Celebration of Mothers from StoryCorps; and Listening is an Act of Love. For more information or to listen to stories online, visit www.storycorps.org.

11:00 am
 
 
 
 
12:00 pm
 
12:30pm4:00pm

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Parents and children, age 0 - 6 years of age, enroll together. Parents work to improve their reading, writing and math. Children work on developing their emerging literacy skills.

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Parents and children, age 0 - 6 years of age, enroll together. Parents work to improve their reading, writing and math. Children work on developing their emerging literacy skills.

12:30pm4:00pm

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Parents and children, age 0 - 6 years of age, enroll together. Parents work to improve their reading, writing and math. Children work on developing their emerging literacy skills.

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Parents and children, age 0 - 6 years of age, enroll together. Parents work to improve their reading, writing and math. Children work on developing their emerging literacy skills.

 
12:30pm4:00pm

Room:

Parents and children, age 0 - 6 years of age, enroll together. Parents work to improve their reading, writing and math. Children work on developing their emerging literacy skills.

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Parents and children, age 0 - 6 years of age, enroll together. Parents work to improve their reading, writing and math. Children work on developing their emerging literacy skills.

 
1:00 pm
 
 
 
 

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Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

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Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

2:00 pm
 
 
 
 
 

Class will go over cut, copy, paste, changes to text, printing, page orientation, set margins, bullet points, numbering, undo, redo, spell check, creating a resume, and creating an email account.

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Class will go over cut, copy, paste, changes to text, printing, page orientation, set margins, bullet points, numbering, undo, redo, spell check, creating a resume, and creating an email account.

3:00 pm
3:30pm4:00pm

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Program: ELC Program

Kids ages 4 to 7 will give their imaginations a workout, listening to stories, singing songs and creating craft projects in the art center.

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Program: ELC Program

Kids ages 4 to 7 will give their imaginations a workout, listening to stories, singing songs and creating craft projects in the art center.

3:30pm4:00pm

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Program: ELC Program

Kids ages 4 to 7 will give their imaginations a workout, listening to stories, singing songs and creating craft projects in the art center.
Niños de 4 a 7 años trabajarán con sus imaginaciones, escuchando historias, cantando y creando proyectos de manualidades en el centro de artes.

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Program: ELC Program

Kids ages 4 to 7 will give their imaginations a workout, listening to stories, singing songs and creating craft projects in the art center.
Niños de 4 a 7 años trabajarán con sus imaginaciones, escuchando historias, cantando y creando proyectos de manualidades en el centro de artes.

 
 
 
 
 
4:00 pm
 
 
 
 

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Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

More Info

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Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

4:30pm5:45pm

A place to hang out with friends,meet people from other schools and play videogames and boardgames. For 6th, 7th and 8th graders.

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A place to hang out with friends,meet people from other schools and play videogames and boardgames. For 6th, 7th and 8th graders.

 
 
5:00 pm
 
5:00pm7:30pm

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Homework help for students grade 1st - 12th. Library volunteers help students in all subjects. Participating students also enroll in “A is for Awesome” prize incentive program. Questions call 847-623-2041 x234.

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Homework help for students grade 1st - 12th. Library volunteers help students in all subjects. Participating students also enroll in “A is for Awesome” prize incentive program. Questions call 847-623-2041 x234.

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Un programa de cuatro semanas para enseñar a los participantes las opciones de cuidado de salud actuales que pueden estar disponibles para ellos, a conectarse con un proveedor de atención de la salud en la comunidad, y educarlos sobre cuándo y cuándo no buscar atención hospitalaria de urgencia.

A four week program in Spanish to teach participants the current health care options that may be available to them, connect them with a community health care provider, and educate them on when to and when not to seek hospital emergency care.

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Un programa de cuatro semanas para enseñar a los participantes las opciones de cuidado de salud actuales que pueden estar disponibles para ellos, a conectarse con un proveedor de atención de la salud en la comunidad, y educarlos sobre cuándo y cuándo no buscar atención hospitalaria de urgencia.

A four week program in Spanish to teach participants the current health care options that may be available to them, connect them with a community health care provider, and educate them on when to and when not to seek hospital emergency care.

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Family Literacy Program (ESL) for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak in English

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Family Literacy Program (ESL) for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak in English

Room:

Family Literacy Program (ESL) for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak in English

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Family Literacy Program (ESL) for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak in English

5:30pm7:30pm

Self taught Spanish reading and writing computer program for native Spanish speakers. Limited to 8 people. To register contact Carmen Patlan, 847-623-2041 x 262.

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Self taught Spanish reading and writing computer program for native Spanish speakers. Limited to 8 people. To register contact Carmen Patlan, 847-623-2041 x 262.

5:00pm7:30pm

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Homework help for students grade 1st - 12th. Library volunteers help students in all subjects. Participating students also enroll in “A is for Awesome” prize incentive program. Questions call 847-623-2041 x234.

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Homework help for students grade 1st - 12th. Library volunteers help students in all subjects. Participating students also enroll in “A is for Awesome” prize incentive program. Questions call 847-623-2041 x234.

Clase va ensenar el procedimiento adecuado de cómo prender y apagar, identificar las partes de la computadora, habilidades del ratón, introducción de teclado, crear una carpeta, abrir documentos y guardar documentos y basió navegar el Internet.

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Clase va ensenar el procedimiento adecuado de cómo prender y apagar, identificar las partes de la computadora, habilidades del ratón, introducción de teclado, crear una carpeta, abrir documentos y guardar documentos y basió navegar el Internet.

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Walk-ins are welcome. Join this class to practice for the naturalization interview.

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Walk-ins are welcome. Join this class to practice for the naturalization interview.

5:30pm7:30pm

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Temporary Visitors Driver’s License Preparation Classes will be available for immigrants seeking to obtain their driver’s license. The goal of this program will be to help prepare students pass the written portion of the Rules of the Road test in the state of IL, in order to be a licensed driver.

Clases de Preparación para obtener la licencia de conducir temporal para visitantes. El objetivo de este programa será ayudar a preparar a los estudiantes pasar la parte escrita del Reglamento de la prueba de carretera en el estado de Illinois, con el fin de ser un conductor con licencia.

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Room:

Temporary Visitors Driver’s License Preparation Classes will be available for immigrants seeking to obtain their driver’s license. The goal of this program will be to help prepare students pass the written portion of the Rules of the Road test in the state of IL, in order to be a licensed driver.

Clases de Preparación para obtener la licencia de conducir temporal para visitantes. El objetivo de este programa será ayudar a preparar a los estudiantes pasar la parte escrita del Reglamento de la prueba de carretera en el estado de Illinois, con el fin de ser un conductor con licencia.

5:00pm7:30pm

Room:

Homework help for students grade 1st - 12th. Library volunteers help students in all subjects. Participating students also enroll in “A is for Awesome” prize incentive program. Questions call 847-623-2041 x234.

More Info

Room:

Homework help for students grade 1st - 12th. Library volunteers help students in all subjects. Participating students also enroll in “A is for Awesome” prize incentive program. Questions call 847-623-2041 x234.

Room:

Family Literacy Program (ESL) for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak in English

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Family Literacy Program (ESL) for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak in English

Room:

Family Literacy Program (ESL) for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak in English

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Family Literacy Program (ESL) for parents and their children, age 0-5 years old, to learn to read, write and speak in English

 
 
 
6:00 pm
 

Program: ELC Program

Come and join us and create various Hispanic heritage crafts using feathers, beads and more.

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Program: ELC Program

Come and join us and create various Hispanic heritage crafts using feathers, beads and more.

Program: ELC Program

Come and join us and create various Hispanic heritage crafts using feathers, beads and more.

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Program: ELC Program

Come and join us and create various Hispanic heritage crafts using feathers, beads and more.

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Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

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Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

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Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

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Clases de preparación para el GED – grupos de estudio para ayudar con sus habilidades y preparación para obtener su diploma de equivalencia de escuela. Las clases se llevaran a cabo en español, según la materia (escritura, literatura, estudios sociales, ciencias, matemáticas y la constitución)

GED preparation classes – Study groups to help build your skills that will prepare you to get your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are taught in Spanish by subject area (writing, literature, social studies, science, math and the constitution)

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Program: ELC Program

Fun and interactive bilingual learning time in which stories are combined with hands-on extension activities, such as science experiments, art projects, and drama activities that expand concepts presented in the stories read.
Un tiempo de aprendizaje bilingüe divertido e interactivo, en el cual las historias se combinan con actividades manuales, tales como experimentos de ciencia, proyectos artísticos, y actividades de drama que expanden los conceptos presentados en las historias que se han leído.

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Program: ELC Program

Fun and interactive bilingual learning time in which stories are combined with hands-on extension activities, such as science experiments, art projects, and drama activities that expand concepts presented in the stories read.
Un tiempo de aprendizaje bilingüe divertido e interactivo, en el cual las historias se combinan con actividades manuales, tales como experimentos de ciencia, proyectos artísticos, y actividades de drama que expanden los conceptos presentados en las historias que se han leído.

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Program: ELC Program

Fun and interactive bilingual learning time in which stories are combined with hands-on extension activities, such as science experiments, art projects, and drama activities that expand concepts presented in the stories read.
Un tiempo de aprendizaje bilingüe divertido e interactivo, en el cual las historias se combinan con actividades manuales, tales como experimentos de ciencia, proyectos artísticos, y actividades de drama que expanden los conceptos presentados en las historias que se han leído.

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Program: ELC Program

Fun and interactive bilingual learning time in which stories are combined with hands-on extension activities, such as science experiments, art projects, and drama activities that expand concepts presented in the stories read.
Un tiempo de aprendizaje bilingüe divertido e interactivo, en el cual las historias se combinan con actividades manuales, tales como experimentos de ciencia, proyectos artísticos, y actividades de drama que expanden los conceptos presentados en las historias que se han leído.

6:00pm8:00pm

Aprenda a tener una conversación en ingles.Registración requerida, contacte a Carmen Patlan al 847 623-2041 x 262. Learn to have a conversation in English. Registration is required contact Carmen Patlan at 847 623-2041 x 262.

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Aprenda a tener una conversación en ingles.Registración requerida, contacte a Carmen Patlan al 847 623-2041 x 262. Learn to have a conversation in English. Registration is required contact Carmen Patlan at 847 623-2041 x 262.

6:30pm7:00pm

Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.

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Program: ELC Program

Stop by with your preschooler for stories, songs and crafts.