Grades 1-5 can come learn from a real magician the sleight of hand behind some classic magic tricks. After you participate in our program, you'll have more than a few tricks up your sleeve to entertain your friends and family. Registration required.
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Kids and families are welcome to enjoy some breakfast treats as we play Bingo. Enjoy a kick start to your weekend with a morning of family fun at the Library.
Learn how to choose the right equipment and avoid overspending and obsolescence, while minimizing your long-term overall costs. This workshop also will cover workstations, servers, peripherals, mobile devices, warranties, and service offerings. First in a series from the Chicago Chapter of SCORE.
Also: Oct. 29: IP Protection and Protecting Your Business Online; Nov. 15: You've been hacked! Why didnt you know?
Get down with some fun stories and groovy tunes. DJ Miss Cate will play some great songs from our terrific music collection.
Help write, produce and perform an original play for all ages. Earn volunteer horus while having fun and expressing yoruself, whether on or off stage. Be ready to share your ideas and roll up your sleeves.
In observance of the 70th anniversary of the heroic 63-day Warsaw Uprising during World War II, the library screens the 1957 award-winning Polish film, directed by Andrzej Wajda and shown with English subtitles. Niles high school teacher Tom Rajewski Herman introduces the film and leads the post-film discussion.
Learn how to use the camera's settings and controls. You'll learn about apps for editing, stylizing, and posting your photos. Please bring your fully charged smartphone. George LeClaire, Daily Herald photographer, is the instructor.
The Niles Public Library welcomes the Science Alliance to share with kids a hands-on program looking at the importance of taking care care of the environment for our animal neighbors. For kids in grades 1-8.