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Community calendar Welcome to the Elmhurst Independent’s Community Calendar Upcoming events will be published, even if they are virtual and only available online. Please remember to be safe when attending live events by wearing masks, using hand sanitizer and maintaining the proper social distance. If your club or organization is gathering during this time, live OR virtually, you can send the information to Independent@rvpublishing. com and put “Community Calendar”

in the Subject line. Saturday, Dec. 5 • At 1 p.m., Single Mothers Support Group will meet at the Elmhurst Christian Reformed Church, 149 W. Brush Hill Road, in the main auditorium. Enjoy a Christmas celebration, free lunch, and Christmas gifts for mothers and Christmas toys for their children. Free childcare for ages 3-12. Masks are required for you and your children. • Beginning at 2 p.m., Lizzadro

Museum, 1220 Kensington Rd., Oak Brook, hosts another “Slow Art Saturday,” offering an intimate view of Chinese art. Join Asian Art Curator Dr. Tongyun Yin as she explores the Lizzadro Collection. Topics include: materials and techniques, Buddhist art, foreign influences, longevity and symbolism. Social distancing and masks are required. In-person tours begin at 2 p.m. for 15-minute tour and 15-minute Q&A. Students and adults only. Limited capacity. Regular admission applies. Make reser-

vations online at lizzadro-museum. cert Series. The concert will be ticketleap.com/slow-art/saturdays. live streamed to Bethel’s YouTube channel from the PianoForte ShowSunday, Dec. 6 room in downtown Chicago. The At 7 p.m., Bethel United Church concert can be accessed through of Christ will present “We Need a the church’s YouTube Channel at Little Christmas,” a live stream “Bethel UCC Elmhurst,” or by gomusical extravaganza as part of ing to the church’s website at beththe church’s Music at Bethel Con- el-ucc.org for more information.

York grad chosen for remote teaching in Honduras Hildebrand among 150 chosen for English Language Specialist Program

The U.S. Department of State announced the selection of Erica Hildebrand, York High School graduate, for an English Language Specialist project focusing on remote teacher training in Honduras. Hildebrand is part of a select group, as her project is one of 150 that the English Language Specialist Program supports each year. Erica Hildebrand graduated from York High School in 2006, and she has since been teaching and teacher training all around the world. Most recently, she served as a United States Department of State English Language Fellow in Sri Lanka, where she trained local teachers. In her upcoming assignment, she will support teachers in Honduras, as they transition their classrooms to remote settings. The English Language Specialist Program is the premier opportunity for leaders in the field of teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) to enact meaningful and sustainable changes in the way that English is taught abroad. Through projects developed by U.S. Embassies in more than 80 countries, English Language Specialists work directly with local teacher trainers, educational leaders, and ministry

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ECPA brings winter carolers to your home

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The Elmhurst Centre for Performing Arts is offering an opportunity for residents to enjoy the beauty of the season without leaving home. Celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Winter with professional Winter Carolers, led by Julie Sommer Peterson. The talented singers will bring the Sounds of the Season to your front door while you stay cozy inside. Make a reservation now, as spots are limited and are expected to fill up quickly. To make a reservation, visit ecpaelmhurst.org. Winter Carolers are generously sponsored by Cindy and Doug Peterson.

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of education officials to exchange knowledge, build capacity, and establish partnerships benefiting participants, institutions, and communities in the U.S. and overseas. Since 1991, the English Language Specialist Program has supported in-country, virtual, and mixed projects in which hundreds of TESOL scholars and educators promote English language learning, enhance English teaching capacity, and foster mutual understanding between the U.S. and other countries through cultural exchange. During their projects, English Language Specialists may conduct intensive teacher training, advise ministries of education or participate in high-level educational consultations, and offer plenary presentations at regional, national or international TESOL conferences. These projects are challenging and those selected represent the best of the U.S. TESOL community. In return, the program provides professional development opportunities to help participants experience different cultures and build skills that can greatly enhance their TESOL careers at home. English Language Specialists are counted among the more than 50,000 individuals participating in U.S. Department of State exchange programs each year. The Specialist Program is administered by the Center for Intercultural Education and Development at Georgetown University. For further information about the English Language Specialist Program or the U.S. Department of State, please visit elprograms.org/ specialist.