Volume 14, Number 2
L I N C O L N W O O D
News and information about your library’s services, programs & resources.
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Spring Renewal T
he Lincolnwood Public Library, established in 1978, hosted a community open house and ribboncutting ceremony on February 19, to celebrate the opening of our newly renovated spaces with the public. The upgrades to the Library help provide top notch services, facilities, and programs. Our staff is patron-focused, dedicated and hard-working, and happy to show you all that can be discovered. From our new ‘Hot Picks’ collection to the added Study Rooms, we have many new things for you to experience and enjoy. We invite you to stop in and take a look around at educational and entertaining opportunities available to you in the fresh and comfortable space.
Features of the updated space include a cafe, vending machines, fresh-brewed coffee, a fireplace, new modern program rooms, individual study rooms, and a media lab. New comfortable furniture and enhancements such as outlets for charging electronic devices can be found throughout the building. Added windows create bright cozy spaces to sit and enjoy your favorite read. In the updated lobby find something from the Hot Picks collection, which contains the most popular movies and books, reserved specifically for Lincolnwood Library cardholders. Highlights include:
Lobby Our improved lobby offers all of the hottest materials! • New items available for checkout. • Huge collection of DVDs, CDs and Videogames. • HOT PICKS, our most popular items, only for Lincolnwood residents. • Updated checkout area and comfortable seating.
The Cafe Sit back and relax in our new cafe! • Comfortable seating and a fireplace. • Beverage and snack vending, including coffee and hot chocolate service. • Collection of current magazines. • Tables with electric outlets.
Youth & Teen Services
Early Literacy Area Our new play-based learning area offers many resources to improve early literacy skills! • Diverse collection of children’s books including; picture books of varying reading levels, beginning readers in the “I Can Read” section and toddler books for the very young. • Play area featuring a coloring table and toys for creative play. • Face out shelving for easy book browsing. • Family literacy bags containing themed books, toys, and more. • iPad available for checkout, with pre-kindergarten apps to build ready-to-read foundations.
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Looking for homework help? Need a good read? • Diverse collection of books, including graphic novels and manga. • Preloaded Kindles available for elementary, middle, and high school students. • Board games available to check out. • Teen lounge for relaxing. • Our new self-cleaning fish tank has many new species of fish, including several rescue fish and our veteran catfish Whiskas.
Meeting Rooms A & B We have made many improvements to make the meeting rooms more useful. The new floor plan, flexible furniture, and presentation screens are great places to enjoy classes, programs and entertainers. • Floor and table outlets for technology training sessions. • High tech audiovisual including hearing assisted support. • New large screen presentation monitor and drop down presentation screen hardwired with up-to-date connections and audio/visual equipment.
Information Services / Adult Area
• Kitchenette with coffee for select programs with refreshments.
Librarians available at the reference desk to help with research, finding a good book to read or computer assistance. • Wide collection of fiction and nonfiction books including; graphic novels, Staff Picks and our paperback Awards collection.
Meeting Rooms C
• Computer stations. Laptops available to check out for Lincolnwood residents.
• Divider wall to partition rooms A & B for separate meeting space.
Our new meeting room, located near the youth area, allows for flexible space with its movable walls. The room can be opened to accomodate more floor space in the library, and closed for programs and events.
• Preloaded Kindles available to check out for Lincolnwood residents; including over 100 popular titles on each one. • Community puzzle, newspapers, comfortable seating!
• High-resolution display screen. • Mobile walls for flexible space. • Portable, kid-friendly tables and chairs.
Study Rooms Each of our three rooms can be reserved. Ask us for details! • Flat screen monitor with HDMI input.
Digital Media Lab A state of the art space where Lincolnwood residents can explore their creativity and preserve memories with equipment and software for video, audio and design projects. Opening in April. • Multi-media conversion.
• Seating area for up to four occupants. • Advanced reservation for Lincolnwood residents.
Building improvements • New front entrance canopy. • New roof and HVAC.
• Photo digitization & editing.
• LED energy efficient lighting.
• Music & sound, and video editing.
• New windows for natural light.
• Illustration. Spring 2017 • www.lincolnwoodlibrary.org
News from the Friends The Friends of the Lincolnwood Library would like to thank all of the supporters who became a part of the Friends of the Library this year. The Friends are volunteers who work to enhance library services, programs, and resources. One of the ways the Friends raise money for the library is through book donations. We accept your gently used books at the circulation desk to be sold at the Library. We do not take textbooks, magazines, encyclopedias or damaged books. For information, visit www.lincolnwoodlibrary.org and click ABOUT > FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY.
Time for Baseball! Get ready for the Chicago Cubs home opener with a special author event at the library! Dan Campana and Rob Carroll, authors of Cubs 100: A Century at Wrigley, will talk about their favorite moments in history at the Friendly Confines and take audience questions. Copies of their book will also be available for purchase.
April 9 Sunday 2-3pm
Celebrating Chinese Culture
his year, Coming Together, our annual community-wide celebration of literacy and culture, we will be honoring the Chinese culture. You can find more details on activities that are designated as part of Coming Together: Celebrating Chinese Culture in a special guide that is available at the Library and around town and lists all the programs scheduled throughout Niles Township. OFFSITE! Monday, March 13, 7pm
Author Gene Luen Yang Presentation (R)
Holiday Inn North Shore, 5300 W. Touhy Ave., Skokie Join us for an evening with Gene Luen Yang, author of American Born Chinese and Shadow Hero. Yang is the first graphic novelist to be appointed by the Library of Congress as the National Ambassador for Young Peopleâ€™s Literature. The MacArthur Foundation named him a fellow in 2016. During the presentation, Yang will discuss his books and the importance of reading without walls. Following the presentation, there will be a book signing. Registration required at www.comingtogether.in
Sunday, March 19, 2-3pm
The Art of Chinese Bonsai (R)
Bonsai is both a popular art form and a horticultural practice that traces back thousands of years in Chinese history. Join Larry Stephan of the Midwest Bonsai Society for an in-depth demonstration on how to properly prune, wire, and shape a traditional Bonsai tree. Registration required at www.lincolnwoodlibrary.org 4
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Popular this Spring! ADULTS
Anything is Possible by Elizabeth Strout Available in April
The Best of Adam Sharp by Graeme Simsion Available in May
Clean My Space: The Secret to Cleaning Better, Fast, & Loving Your Home Every Day
by Melissa Maker Available in March
Into the Water by Paula Hawkins Available in May
The Family Gene by Joselin Linder Available in March
Exit West by Mohsin Hamid
The Inexplicable Logic of My Life by Benjamin Saenz Available in March
The Playbook by Kwame Alexander
The Dark Prophecy by Rick Riordan Available in May
The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli Available in April
The Cubs Way: The Zen of Building the Best Team in Baseball & Breaking the Curse
by Tom Verducci Available in March
The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See Available in March
House of Names by Colm Toibin Available in May
The Horse Dancer by Jojo Moyes Available in April
Ada Twist, Scientist by Andrea Beaty
Thunder Boy Jr. by Sherman Alexie
Rainbow Weaver: Tejedora del arcoiris by Linda Marshall
Disenchanted: The Trials of Cinderella by Megan Morrison
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Illustrated Edition) by J.K. Rowling
The Gauntlet by Eoin Colfer
Donâ€™t forget to place a hold online or call to reserve books in advance!
E V E N T S All library programs are free. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.
(LR) Registration required. Lincolnwood resident library cardholders have priority registration until one week prior to the class start date. All others may contact the Library to register the week of the program.
ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW AVAILABLE at www.lincolnwoodlibrary.org click on EVENTS.
(S) This is a series of classes. You only need to register for the first class in each session. Registration for Preschool and Youth SERIES programs opens on the 15th of the month prior to the first class.
For questions or to be placed on a standby list, call 847-677-5277 or email email@example.com
R E G U L A R F E AT U R E S Wednesdays, 11:00am-12:30pm Knitting Circle. Drop in to work
on a knitting or crochet project, share tips, show off your work, and converse with fellow needle art enthusiasts.
March 23, April 20, May 25, Thursdays, 10:30am-Noon Senior Resource Specialist. Information regarding
retirement benefits, health insurance and Medicare programs, housing needs and more. Hosted by CJE SeniorLife. Drop-in.
A D U LT S March 12, Sunday, 1:30-2:30pm Sculpture Discussion. Meet sculptor John Adduci as he talks about his artwork and his sculpture that is displayed in the center of the Library parking lot, donated by the Friends of the Lincolnwood Library.
March 12, Sunday, 3-4pm Lincolnwood Chamber Orchestra. Tickets required. The Lincolnwood
Chamber Orchestra will be performing a concert to celebrate the Libraryâ€™s Grand Reopening. Seating is limited. Free tickets will be distributed on the day of the concert beginning at 1pm.
BOOK CLUB 2nd Monday, 11am Adult Book Discussions. March 13...... The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend by Katrina Bivald April 10...... Girls Waits with Gun by Amy Stewart May 8...... Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff June 12...... The Turner House by Angela Flournoy Program Changes: While the library makes every attempt to include events in the newsletter, we will occasionally add a program or change a date/time. Please check our event calendar on the website for changes and updates.
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Books in the Woods (LR). Stop by the Adult
Services Desk to pick up a special copy, and then meet us at the Library for a group discussion. Register online, in person, or call Information Services at 847-677-5277 x230.
March 20, Monday, 7:00pm The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen Registration required.
May 15, Monday, 7:00pm Indignation by Philip Roth.
Registration begins Monday, March 20. Photo policy: While it is not required by law to get permission of persons in a public place to photograph them or use those photos for non-commercial use, it is common courtesy to get verbal permission to do so. Therefore, library staff will verbally notify program attendees at the beginning of any programs where participants may be photographed for library publicity.
Also see All Ages (Page 9), and Technology (Page 11).
March 18, Saturday, 2-3pm Hedda! A Musical Conversation. Celebrate
Film Screenings Check our online calendar for more details.
Women’s History Month with original songs and script about one of the most iconic women in Hollywood history, Hedda Hopper!
April 9, Sunday, 2-3pm Cubs 100: A Century at Wrigley.
Get ready for the Chicago Cubs home opener with a special author event at the library! Dan Campana and Rob Carroll, authors of Cubs 100: A Century at Wrigley, will talk about their favorite moments in history at the Friendly Confines and take audience questions. Copies of their book will also be available for purchase.
April 13, Thursday, 7-8pm Disney on a Dime. Join Karen Luster,
staff writer for Magical DIStractions and Disney World veteran, as she teaches you money saving tips for your upcoming trip.
April 22, Saturday, 10-12pm Money Smart Week: Wills & Trusts. Attorney Jacob K. Ehrensaft will explain how to ensure your final wishes can be protected.
April 23, Sunday, 2-3pm Kym Frankovelgia: Singer & Entertainer. Kym’s unique blend of
warmth and humor will give you an afternoon of music you won’t easily forget.
April 30, Sunday, 2-2:45pm Aloha, Lincolnwood! Stop by the library for an afternoon of Hawaiian song and dance! The Na Kupuna Ukulele Club will feature ukulele players and hula dancers.
May 21, Sunday, 2-3pm When That Great Ship Went Down: Music to Commemorate the Sinking of the Titanic. Enjoy songs
originally played on the Titanic with musician Phil Passen as he sings and plays the hammered dulcimer. An informative and enjoyable program of popular music from a bygone era.
Thursdays, 10:30am Morning Matinees March 9: The Last Emperor* March 16: Captain Fantastic March 23: Snowden March 30: The Light Between Oceans April 6: Loving April 13: Bridget Jones’ Baby April 20: Kicks April 27: Queen of Katwe May 4: Coming Through the Rye May 11: Little Men May 18: Allied May 25: La La Land
Fridays, 1pm Friday Films March 17: The Girl on the Train March 24: Jason Bourne March 31: Sully April 7: The Accountant April 14: Hacksaw Ridge April 21: The Edge of Seventeen April 28: Doctor Strange May 5: Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk May 12: Passengers May 19: Manchester By the Sea May 26: Jackie
Saturdays, 10:30am (dates vary) Family Films March 11: Kung Fu Panda 3* April 8: Trolls May 6: The Incredibles May 13: Moana * Part of Coming Together: Celebrating Chinese Culture
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P R E S C H O O L
Birth to 5 years old
Registration opens on the 15th of the month prior for preschool classes or series that indicate it is required. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.
Mondays, March 6-May 22, 10-11am Baby Lapsit Storytime. Ages birth-18
months with caregiver. Join us for a 30 minute program filled with songs, stories, lap bounces and fingerplays, followed by another 30 minutes of open play. Space is limited to the first 10 participants.
Tuesdays, March 7-May 30, 10-11:30am Preschool Storytime.
Ages 3-5 with caregiver. Join us for 45 minutes filled with songs, stories, games and lessons that enhance the foundations of reading. There will be 45 minutes of open play afterwards. Space is limited to the first 20 participants.
Thursdays, March 30-May 25 (No class on May 11), 9:30-10:30am Everybody Move! (LR) (S).
Ages birth-2 with caregiver. Celeste Roy, from the early childhood program Everybody Move!, has planned an hour of exploration including scarves, balls, hoops, and instruments to get your child up and moving.
Fridays, March 10-May 26, 10-11am Toddler Time. Ages 1-2
with caregiver. Toddlers are absorbing tons of information all of the time. Toddler Time will give them a guided way to interact with books in a positive environment accompanied by songs, games, fingerplays and more! There will be open play from 10:30-11am. Space is limited to the first 20 participants. 8
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Saturday, March 18, 10-10:45am Get the Wiggles Out! Ages 2-5 with caregiver. Preschoolers
love to MOVE! In this interactive storytime, they get the opportunity to read stories involving various forms of movement in addition to participating in related activities! Space is limited to the first 20 participants.
Saturday, April 8, 10-10:30am Parachute Playtime. Ages 2-5 with caregiver. Our preschoolers love the parachute. This fun-filled class offers 30 minutes of parachute-based activities from bouncing balls to enjoying the colors underneath!
Drop In! Space is limited to the first 10 participants.
Saturday, March 25, 10-11am, Morton Grove Public Library Sunday, April 30, 2-3pm, Skokie Public Library Saturday, May 20, 10-11am, Lincolnwood Public Library Sensory Storytime. (R*) Ages 3-8 with caregiver. Sensory Storytime is a play-based program provided by the National Lekotek Center that is designed to enrich the lives of children of ALL abilities, especially those with special needs. Join Lekotek at various area libraries for an hour-long program. Siblings are welcome. *Registration is requested and must be done at each individual library. Contact each library for more details.
Wednesday, May 24, 6:30-7:30pm Family Storytime. Ages birth-5 with caregiver. Come have some fun at an evening family storytime! Itâ€™s 30 minutes of books, songs, fingerplays and storytelling activities, followed by a 30 minute activity. Space is limited to the first 20 participants.
In the evening!
Saturday, May 27, 10-11:30am Donuts with Dads. Ages birth-5 with
caregiver. Bring Dad, Grandpa, Uncle, or a friend and join us for a fun and entertaining storytime. Storytime will be followed by coffee, donuts, and open play! Space is limited to the first 20 participants.
Y O U T H
Kindergarten to 5th Grade
March 10, April 7, May 5, Fridays, 3-4pm Grades 3-5; 4-5pm Grades 6-8 Board Game Day. Need a homework break? Join the library staff for some card and board game fun!
March 17, April 14, May 12, Fridays, 3-4pm Grades 3-5; 4-5pm Grades 6-8 Nail Friday. Join us for an exciting program where
you will be able to do your nails and learn new nail art techniques from library staff!
March 24, April 21, May 19, Fridays, 3-4pm Grades 3-5; 4-5pm Grades 6-8 Video Game Day. Patrol the universe, fight battles, or play sports on a giant screen!
April 28, May 26, Fridays, 3-4pm Grades 3-5; 4-5pm Grades 6-8 “Do A Thing” Friday. Library staff will teach children how to do something useful and fun!
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April 2, Sunday, 2-3pm Reptomania! The Science Alliance is bringing some reptile friends to the library for a fun and informative afternoon. Kids will be introduced to huge toads, frogs, colorful snakes, exotic skinks, and a humongous Tegu lizard! The Science Alliance will also be debunking some common myths. For example: Are snakes really slimy? Stop by the library and find out for yourself!
May 6, Saturday, 11am-1pm Free Comic Book Day & Face Painting.
Celebrate Free Comic Book Day at the Library! Discover your favorite new comic book and take it home for free (while supplies last) thanks to Pastimes Comics & Games. You can also get your face expertly painted by Allison Halver of Rock Your Body Art! Don’t miss the family movie The Incredibles while you are here.
6th Grade to 12th Grade
March 10-May 26, Fridays, 4-5pm Fridays After School. Grades 6-8.
Board Game Days, Nail Painting, Video Gaming, and “Do A Thing” Fridays are all available to teens. See YOUTH for more details.
March 11, Saturday, 1:30-4pm Video Game Tournament (LR). Grades 5-8.
Compete against your friends in Super Smash Bros. for prizes. You MUST arrive and register by 1:30pm in order to be added to the bracket for competition. Space is limited!
March 23, April 27, May 25, Thursdays, 5-6pm Community Service Club. Grades 6-8. Earn community
service hours by completing compassionate and engaged projects. All participants will earn one hour of service for each attended meeting.
April 22, Saturday, 6-8pm AFTER HOURS! Zombie Night (LR). Grades 6-9.
Join us this year with your zombie squad for a night of after hours fun! Costumes optional. Registration starts March 22, permission slip required.
April 18 or April 25, Tuesday, 7-8pm SAT vs. ACT.
Teens & Adults welcome!
Teens and Adults welcome. A representative from C2 Education will discuss the differences between the ACT and the newly-required SAT standardized testing.
April 26, Wednesday, 6-7pm Pet Care 101.
Grades 6-12. Learn how to set up your own pet care business! Learn tips, tricks, ins, outs and more! Presented by Stephanie Young (of Ozzy’s Crew)!
May 17, Wednesday, 5-8:30pm Escape Room (LR). Grades 6-9. Can you escape our program room in 30 minutes or less? Let’s find out! Registration opens April 17; sign up for one 30-minute slot with your friends.
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Going Digital with Hoopla & Flipster A valid Lincolnwood Library card is required to use these free services. Don’t have a library card? Stop in and get one! Hoopla is a groundbreaking digital media service offered by Lincolnwood Library that allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone – and even your TV! With no waiting, titles can be streamed immediately, or downloaded to phones or tablets for offline enjoyment later. Hoopla has hundreds of thousands of titles to choose from. Hoopla for kids! You can change the Hoopla website & app to “Kids’ Mode” if you would like to only see materials for children.
Flipster is a next-generation digital magazine service which lets users access their favorite magazines from a variety of publishers through Lincolnwood Library. Accessible via a web browser or an app, Flipster users can download magazines to read offline, anytime, anywhere. From the library’s website, www.lincolnwoodlibrary.org, click BOOKS, MOVIES, & MORE > DIGITAL MAGAZINES & NEWS. • • • • •
Back issues are available Browse magazines on your computer via our website Download the app to read offline (tablets only) You can search within a magazine Many popular titles available!
From the library’s website, www.lincolnwoodlibrary.org, click BOOKS, MOVIES, & MORE > DIGITAL MOVIES & MUSIC. Check-out limit.......................... 10 items a month Movies & TV episodes............... 3 days Music........................................ 7 days eAudiobooks & eBooks.............. 21 days
Once you borrow a title on one device, it is automatically available via all devices when you log in via a web browser or the app. Content streaming begins immediately. You are able to view/listen to borrowed content as often as you want during the checkout period. Titles can be downloaded for off-line viewing and listening. For more detailed instructions, visit our website.
Tech One-on-Ones Lincolnwood Public Library offers One-on-One Technology Help to residents on a wide range of topics: • Downloading library eBooks, audiobooks and magazines to your eReader, tablet or other device. • Using your iPad, Kindle, Android device or smartphone. • Using a computer, laptop or the internet. • Setting up Facebook, email or other account. • Organizing files, photos and music. Here are some things to remember when scheduling a One-on-One appointment:
Looking for advanced technology tutorials? Visit www.lincolnwoodlibrary.org, click RESEARCH & LEARNING > RESOURCES A to Z > Lynda.com First time users will create a profile by entering their Lincolnwood Library card number and creating a password. 10
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• Library staff are not able to repair equipment or troubleshoot hardware and software problems. • Patrons can use their own equipment during a One-onOne session, however, library staff may not be able to provide assistance for some non-standard hardware or software. • Patrons bringing in their own equipment must bring in any associated cords or other peripheral equipment if necessary. To schedule an appointment, call 847-677-5277 x293
The library offers a variety of beginning and intermediate level classes covering a wide range of technology topics. You can register online using the EVENTS calendar, or by contacting Information Services at 847-677-5277, or firstname.lastname@example.org. More details can be found at www.lincolnwoodlibrary.org.
ONLINE REGISTRATION @ www.lincolnwoodlibrary.org click on EVENTS. (LR) Registration is required and open to Lincolnwood resident library cardholders. All others may call to be added to the standby list and will be informed of space availability 72 hours before the program.
(S) This is a series of classes. You only need to register for the first class in each session.
T E C H N O L O G Y
Beginner’s Series* (LR) (S). Registration is
for both classes. Students must have some mouse and keyboard skills. Option 1: March 28, Tuesday, 10am-12pm - Computer Basics April 4, Tuesday, 10am-12pm - Beginning Internet Option 2: May 11, Thursday, 6:30-8:30pm - Computer Basics May 18, Thursday, 6:30-8:30pm - Beginning Internet Computer Basics Computer Basics is a hands-on class designed to get you comfortable using computers. We will explore basic computer concepts and the Windows 7 operating system. Beginning Internet We will learn basic concepts, discuss the many reasons people use the internet, practice using web browsers and perform simple searches. *If you would like to sign up for the Beginner’s Series but do not know how to use a mouse or keyboard, please contact Information Services at 847-677-5277 x 293 to make a one-on-one appointment prior to class.
April 25, Tuesday, 1-2:30pm Gmail Basics. Learn to create a free Google Gmail email account and use its features to send, receive, and organize email messages.
level class covering the most important features and functions of the iPad and iPhone. We will cover topics such as navigating the home screen, using the keyboard, connecting to a wireless network, taking photos and video, and using Safari to browse the web.
Cut the Cable
used to create letters, resumes and much more. This beginning class will cover the basic features of this popular word processing software. Learn how to navigate the ribbon and how to create, save and print a document.
May 3, Wednesday, 6:30-8:30pm Do More with Microsoft Word 2010 (LR). In this follow-up
class to ‘Intro to Microsoft Word 2010’ we will work with page layout options and more. Learn how to change page margins, set line and paragraph spacing, and add page numbers. We will also work with tabs, bulleted and numbered lists, and headers and footers.
May 10, Wednesday, 6:30-8:30pm Advanced Microsoft Word 2010 (LR). This class is for those ready to learn the more advanced features of Microsoft Word. We will learn how to create tables to organize information and use text boxes to position blocks of text in your document. We will also cover inserting and editing photos and clip art.
May 24, Wednesday, 6:30-8:30pm Intro to Microsoft Excel 2010 (LR). Microsoft
Excel is powerful spreadsheet software you can use to store and analyze data. In this beginning class we will cover how to navigate around a spreadsheet and enter and edit data. We will also cover basic formatting skills, page setup features and how to save and print spreadsheets.
Tablets and Mobile May 13, Saturday, 2-4pm iPad/iPhone 1. iPad/iPhone 1 is a beginner
April 26, Wednesday, 6:30-8:30pm Intro to Microsoft Word 2010 (LR). Microsoft Word can be
May 31, Wednesday, 6:30-8:30pm Do More with Microsoft Excel 2010 (LR). In this follow-up
class to ‘Intro to Microsoft Excel 2010’ we will introduce working with simple formulas and functions to perform calculations.
April 1, Saturday, 2-3:30pm Cut the Cable. Sick and tired of cable TV service?
Realize you don’t need 1000+ channels and want something cheaper? New options have matured enough to be able to legitimately replace cable with little or no content lost. You can (legally) have your shows and watch them too! Learn how to say goodbye to cable TV and use cheaper entertainment services.
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Bertha Gimbel | Christopher M. Martel | Linda Poulsom | Pamela Stavinoga The Lincolnwood Library Board of Trustees meets the fourth Monday of the month at 7pm in the library. Check www.lincolnwoodlibrary.org for details.