In this presentation style class, Michael Gershbein of technology training company, Very Smart People will show you how to use the social networking site LinkedIn to connect with other professionals, find jobs and keep on top of business news. Ages 18 and up. Registration is required and begins Tuesday, August 29.
Drop in and join the Fray. This stitchery club is for experienced and novice alike. Whether you knit, crochet, cross-stitch, or work another needle craft, come to learn and share. Bring your own supplies and projects. Experienced members have offered to share their craft with beginners. For ages 10 & up. Drop in, no registration or ticket required.
Share your writing, artwork, and/or photography with other teens and help create our ‘zine. Submissions accepted at the library’s Information Desk. Download the form or fill out the online form. No Registration necessary. Drop-in. For grades 6-12.
The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) opens up October 1st. It is the gateway to financial aid and many scholarships. A representative from the Illinois Student Assistance Commission will explain what it is, what you’ll need to apply, how your information is used to determine financial aid eligibility, and how to read a financial award letter. Registration is required and begins August 1, 2017. For high school students…
Come out and treat yourself to some relaxation time: color, listen to music, and socialize. We’ll supply coloring sheets and a limited number of colored pencils and markers. You are welcome to bring your own for more variety. For ages 16 and up. Registration is required and begins July 25.
We’re having an art show! Bring in something you made at one of our Project Tween classes to share with library visitors. Artists should arrive for set up at 4:00 p.m. with one piece of artwork. Registration is required for artists and begins August 7, 2017. For ages 10-14. The Art Show will be open to the public from 4:30-7:30 p.m. – invite your friends and family to attend!
Test your knowledge of new technologies and win fabulous prizes. Rob Aavang, Huntley Area Public Library’s Computer Trainer, will lead attendees in a fun and rewarding game of Technology “Jeopardy!” Registration is required and begins Monday, August 29.
Come take your turn at our game night for adults. Enjoy the evening every second Thursday of the month with a variety of board, card, and dice games. We will demonstrate and play a new game each month. For ages 18 and up. Registration is required and begins Tuesday, July 25.
Meet once a month to volunteer at the library. Earn volunteer hours and make new friends. We will work together on various projects, and participants will have opportunities to help out with other library events. Registration is required and begins August 1, 2017. For grades 6-12.
BEGINNERS come at 11:30 for an intro prior to class. BRING YOUR LEGAL DECK OF 60 CARDS, learn the basics and play the game. In order to participate, a deck of 60 Pokemon cards is required. A typical deck includes: 20 Pokemon with their corresponding evolved forms, 20 energy cards that complement the Pokemon types, and 20 trainer cards of your choice. A pre-made deck can be purchased for $10-$15…