Oak Forest author Gale Alston will be at the library to discuss and sign her book What My Daddy Said: A Woman’s Guide to Everyday Living, a book of more than 200 simple yet powerful life anecdotal lessons, from a father to his daughters. It’s a book for all women from all walks of life, and is laugh-out-loud funny.View details.
Love crafting and looking to meet new people? Bring your needlework, or any craft project, to work on, and sit back and enjoy chatting and sharing skills with other crafters. All meetings will be held the third Thursday of each month from 6:30PM-8:30PMView details.
The story of the Battle of Midway, told by the leaders and the sailors who fought it (IMDB). Popcorn provided. Movie titles subject to change. Rated PG-13.View details.
Join us for themed trivia nights at the library. You may register in teams of up to five people, or individually and we will place you on a team. Put your knowledge to the test for a chance to win fun prizes!View details.
A basic introduction to Facebook, a popular social media platform, is presented. Participants should have a Facebook login prior to the class date. There is no fee for this class. Registration begins 3 weeks before the class.View details.
Acorn Movie Club meets the third Wednesday of every month at the library to discuss a variety of films. For more information and movie titles, contact the Adult Services Department.View details.
Gardeners: be on the "cutting edge" of practicing prudent pruning. The proper pruning cut with the correct pruning tool will be discussed. Kathleen Obirek, landscape designer and educator, will show you the best pruning tools and how to use and care for them. Informative handouts will be provided.View details.
Join us for bingo and light refreshments for a chance to win fun prizes! This program takes place on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 10:00AM.View details.
A basic introduction to Google Drive, a storage center that is included with a Google Account, is provided. Participants should have a Google login prior to the class date. There is no fee for this class. Registration begins 3 weeks before the class.View details.
Based on the true story of a real-life friendship between Fred Rogers and journalist Lloyd Vogel (IMDB). Popcorn provided. Movie titles subject to change. Rated PG.View details.
Our brain decides how we perceive everything around us. It finds patterns and solves problems efficiently, except for when it lies to us. In this engaging program, William explores the real science of how our brains trick us into seeing and believing things that don't exist. In the program, you'll experience how optical illusions work, why people fall for scams, and how we make thousands of choices every day that are influenced subconsciously, this includes how we are hard wired to believe fake news, medical scams, etc. William will also give the attendees proven, scientific, actionable techniques to preserve brain health and overcome the logical fallacies we all make. At the end, you may be left wondering if your brain has a mind of its own.View details.
Need assistance with your genealogy research? Patty Higgins, president of the South Suburban Genealogical and Historical Society, is available to answer your questions here at Acorn on the first Wednesday of each month between 7 and 8pm!
For more information about SSGHS, visit www.ssghs.orgView details.
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