Love is All You Need, Danish and English with English subtitles, PG-13, 116 min. - Philip and Ida's fates intertwine as they travel to Italy to attend the wedding of Philip's son and Ida's daughter.
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A thank-you celebration for our year round volunteers.
Club is meeting on March 30 and May 4 at 2pm.
Got some stuff? Learn how to make money selling on eBay and Amazon. As a successful Internet entrepreneur with over 3,500 eBay and Amazon transactions Jack Waddick will share his step-by-step plan for getting started. This fun and informative session will include real time demos on eBay and Amazon as well as time for your questions. No technical mumbo jumbo everyone is welcome!
Even when you are careful with your personal information, you can still be a victim of identity theft. Reduce your risk by managing your personal information wisely. This program will demonstrate customer vulnerabilities and how to reduce the victimization process. Presenter: Dedra Thomas, Consumer and Family Economics, University of Illinois Extension. Registration required. A Money Smart program.
Learn ways to address the interview questions that relate to past employer, supervisor, working conditions and separation status with the focus on positive content and accurate yet pleasing replies.
Paint your own teacups inspired by Downton Abbey.
Learn the benefits of the state's 529 prepaid tuition program. The nonprofit Illinois Student Assistance Commission offers this educational presentation about college funding and saving to students, parents and grandparents. Ample time for questions will follow.
Take advantage of private one-hour sessions of business coaching.
Counselers from the Chicago Chapter of SCORE® will be at the Library to advise small business owners and start-ups with planning, marketing or financial solutions.
The sessions are free but you must make an appointment. To set up your appointment online, visit the counseling page at www.scorechicago.org/. If you have questions, call SCORE at 312-353-7724 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sessions begin at 5:00 pm, 6:00 pm, and 7:00 pm.
Genealogist and author Steve Szabados, discusses where one's ancestors were naturalized as the key to finding their records, covering traditional and online sources.