There are now more than 27.5 million seniors using the Internet. If you're ready to become one of them, this is the class to join. We'll explore a few simple techniques to access a wide variety of Internet sites, including weather, news, financial and magazine options. Several special online services, including video tutorials, Skype and YouTube will also be introduced. Skills needed: mouse skills, screen functions, create a bookmark, and print. Classes are open to DGPL cardholders only.
If you are in 4th- 8th grade join us for our FIRST BeTweens meeting! We'll supply the snacks, crafts, and activites! You bring ideas for future meetings and programs. What do YOU want to do? The BeTweens will meet on the last Thursday of every month!
Beat the winter doldrums and join us for snowshoeing, hot chocolate, and s'mores with the Downers Grove Park District at Lyman Woods (901 31st Street)! In the event of no snow, we'll still have a bonfire and snacks. Snowshoes will be provided but space is limited! Registration required. For adults in their 20's and 30's. We will meet at the Interpretive Center.
Meet your 2015 reading goal! Jane Austen fans, try Undressing Mr. Darcy and Definitely Not Mr. Darcy, written by this local author. A Random House publishing representative will also be here - chatting up their upcoming releases before they hit the shelves. Bring home your own copy of the not-yet-published titles!
Join us each Saturday morning for stories, songs, and fingerplays. Parent participation is an important part of this storytime, and attending children must be supervised by an adult. Registration is not required. Storytimes attended by eight or fewer people may be canceled by the storyteller.
This program is designed to teach children skills about healthy movement, coordination, and balance. Each class includes yoga, dramatic movement, cardio and a "cool down" story. Registered children must be 3 years or older and attend with their parent/caregiver. Only one child per adult. Group Limit: 20 pairs
We'll meet at the library to discuss The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics by Daniel Brown
In this fascinating true story, a rowing team from the University of Washington emerges from obscurity to defeat the world's elite competitors at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Against all odds, this group of working-class boys triumph over adversity amidst the struggles and stark realities of the Great Depression.
Books are available at the Ask Us Desk one month before each discussion. Registration is not required.
Parents with walking toddlers up to 36 months old are invited to register for this storytime. Songs, rhymes, stories and movement activities are selected to promote verbal acquisition and sensory development. Group limit: 70
Only one child per adult is allowed.