Learn the basics of editing video using iMovie. We'll go over trimming, transitions, titles, music, and more.
Gabbi Freschini leads this free beginners’ class that meets roughly twice a month. Registration starts two weeks before each session.
Children will learn to enjoy reading and improve their reading skills in “Ready Readers.” Each session includes stories, reading games, and crafts based on the book for that session. Participants will receive a copy of the featured title to keep for further reading practice at home. Each session requires registration.
Amanda Pig, First Grader by Jean Van Leeuwen
Registration begins Sep. 27
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.
Author Adam Selzer, who also leads tours of Chicago’s most haunted locations, will tell us some of Chicago’s scariest stories.
Don’t wait until it’s too late! Attorney John Pankau and other advisors will present on what you can do to take care of your family and your property after you’re gone.
You can now meet with a representative from Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth’s office right in our lobby! Receive resources connecting you with government services and answers to questions about the federal government. No appointments or reservations are needed.
Located in lobby.
Humorous—and powerful—magician Dennis DeBondt will amaze and entertain us with tricks as we enter the Halloween season.
Jumpin’ & Jammin’ is an interactive parent/child music program that involves singing, rhythm instruments, movement, and stories. It will introduce children to music in a fun, playful setting while also assisting with early literacy development and motor skills. This program is best suited for children ages 3-5 with their parents, but younger siblings are also welcome!
Silly Dance Time
Registration begins October 4, Addison Library Card required.