Gabbi Freschini leads this free beginners’ class that meets roughly twice a month. Registration starts two weeks before each session.
Enroll DuPage in-person assisters will explain the Affordable Care Act to anyone who still has questions. Learn how the law works, who is covered, and how you can sign up—including through free appointments here at the library. Under the new law, all citizens must have health insurance! Protect yourself from penalties and discover if you qualify for discounted or free coverage.
For an appointment/por una cita: 630-470-1386
If you just signed up for new health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act and you need help understanding your new plan, or if you believe you may qualify for Medicaid under the new law, a certified navigator from the county health department will be making regular visits to the library for one-on-one appointments. He’ll be available on the second and fourth Saturday of May and June.
Conversamos en la noche, Un grupo que practica inglés sobre temas importantes a la vida de Illinois. Se reunen todos los lunes a las 7:00.
A nighttime English conversation group that meets every Monday at 7:00 in the board room and reviews topics important to living in Chicagoland. No class on 8/4 or 8/11.
Discover all of the cool gadgets you can take home from the library for free.
Preschool aged children, with an adult
The DuPage Children's Museum is taking exhibits on the road! The library and the Museum have come together to offer a wonderful program that focuses on play AND learning. Together, children and caregivers will enjoy portable exhibits available only when the Museum visits the Library. Hands-on projects that can be done right in the home will also be displayed.
No registration required; space is limited.
Passes will be distributed 15 minutes before the session begins.
Niños preescolares, con un adulto
El Día de los Muertos es un día de celebración para recordar y preparar comidas especiales en honor de las personas que han fallecido. En este día en México, las calles cerca de los cementerios están llenos de adornos de papel picado, flores, calaveras de caramelo (esqueletos y calaveras), y tienen desfiles. Nosotros vamos a celebrar con cuentos, manualidades, juegos, comida, y calaveras de azúcar.
Por favor regístrese a partir del 18 de octubre
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