Chair yoga is “Yoga for Everybody”. If you have trouble getting down to the mat, sit at a desk all day, or just want to deepen your practice, chair yoga is for you. If you can breathe, you can do chair yoga. Marti will guide you through an hour long practice where you’ll learn several ways to practice yoga while seated, or standing by a chair. You’ll also learn how to synchronize your moves with your breath. No prior yoga experience is necessary to participate in this class. Experienced yogis are welcome, too.View details.
Acorn Movie Club meets the third Wednesday of every month at the library to discuss a variety of films. For more information and movie titles, contact the Adult Services Department.View details.
Love crafting and looking to meet new people? Bring your needlework, or any craft project, to work on, and sit back and enjoy chatting and sharing skills with other crafters. All meetings will be held the third Thursday of each month from 6:30PM-8:30PMView details.
Provides an introduction to PowerPoint—a popular software program used for presentations. You should be fairly comfortable with using a mouse and keyboard. There is no fee for this class. Registration begins 3 weeks before the class.View details.
Each Soothing Art Saturday will have coloring supplies, kinetic sand, and PlayDoh. In addition, there will be a spotlight program each month that highlights a new therapeutic art activity. We will also have different kinds of herbal teas & calming music. Coffee will be made upon request. Adults only, please!
Monthly Program- Coloring Quotes: Come color inspirational quotes & take them home to continue positive thinking.View details.
In this class, you will learn about files and folders and how to use them to store and organize your documents and pictures. There is no fee for this class. Registration begins three weeks before the class.View details.
Join us for bingo and light refreshments for a chance to win fun prizes! This program takes place on the last Tuesday of every month at 10:00AM.View details.
Basic Introduction into Microsoft Excel and how to use spreadsheets. You should be fairly comfortable with using the mouse and keyboard and data entry. We will create a simple budget using formatting, formulas and charts. There is no fee for this class. Registration begins three weeks before the class.View details.
Our seniors are at greater risk than ever before to be taken advantage of by unscrupulous individuals. These exploitations can include: charity scams, prize and sweepstake scams, predatory lending policies, counterfeit drug scams, Medicare discount card scams and the dreaded sale calls. This presentation will provide you with tips on how to spot a scam and what you can do if you think you have been the target of an unscrupulous individual.View details.
A comedic look at the relationship between a wealthy man with quadriplegia and an unemployed man with a criminal record who's hired to help him (IMDB). Popcorn provided. Movie titles subject to change. Rated PG-13.View details.
Max Grinnell, Chicago expert, tour guide leader and author of three books (including 24 Great Walks in Chicago) will join us to talk about things to do for little or no money this summer. Highlights include an overview of the hundreds of free programs offered by the city, the Chicago Greeter program, public parks and more. There'll be plenty of time for questions after, so come prepared with your travel queries.View details.
The stars on the Chicago flag represent four major events that changed Chicago forever (Ft. Dearborn Massacre, Chicago Fire, World’s Columbian Exposition, and Century of Progress World’s Fair.) This presentation examines how women responded to these events, and in the process built the city we know today. The talk includes women who risked their lives in the Underground Railroad, built hospitals and schools, contributed to the arts, created the progressive women’s club movement and more.View details.