En Español! - Addison Public Library



En Español! - Addison Public Library
En Español!
páginas 10–11
Shake off the summer & get your brain back in shape
with plenty of afterschool opportunities for kids & teens! pp 7–9
Adults can learn new skills this fall too!
We offer technology, exercise, and English classes all season long! pp 3–4
4 Friendship Plaza
Addison, IL 60101
Published Sept. 1, 2015
Vol. XI, Issue 5 (bimonthly)
Adults • pp. 3–4
Teens • pg. 4–6
Children • pp. 7–9
Español • pg. 10–11
Contact • pg. 12
Mary Medjo Me Zengue
Mary Marshall
Library Specialists
Kelly Von Zee
Community Engagement
Yabin Liu
IT Services
Brooke Sievers
Materials Management
Dianne Ludwig
Guest Services
Sandra Super
J. Thomas Willis
Vice President
Robert J. Kepka
Kathi Reed
Linda Durec
Marianne Fotopoulos
Lisa Knauf
Reserve space at our events online or by calling
630.458.3320. Don’t miss our discussion groups & tech classes on pg. 4.
Downloadable Fair
Thurs., Sept. 10 & Oct. 15, 6–8.
Learn to download books, audiobooks,
music and movies
Make a Fall Wreath
Sat., Sept. 12, 11–12. Learn to make
fun fall wreath you’ll get to take home!
Adult Spelling Bee
Wed, Sept., 16, 7–8. Test your mettle
against Addison’s finest spellers and
compete for a prize. Bring friends!
Sewing 101
Thurs., Sept. 18, & Sat., Oct. 3.
10:30–12. Master the basics of your
Self Defense
Sat., Sept. 19, 1:30–4:30. Learn to
protect yourself at this free workshop.
Nail Art
Mon., Sept. 21, 7–8 & Oct. 24, 2–3.
Create a beautiful at-home manicure
with nail polish & nail art.
Wills & Trusts
Wed., Sept. 23, 7–9. It’s never too soon
to start thinking about this important
topic. An attorney will be here to help
you get started.
Identity Theft
Mon., Sept. 28, 7–8. Learn to protect
yourself from fraud and scams that lead
to identity theft.
Arm Knitting
Thurs., Oct. 8, 7–8. Learn to make
color Arm Knitting scarves that will
keep you warm all winter long.
Keep Uncle Sam
out of Your Estate
Wed., Oct. 14, 7–9. Make sure your
loved ones get everything you’re leaving
them by planning appropriately.
Pumpkin Craft
Sat., Oct. 17, 2–3:30. Learn to make a
seasonal craft with us that you can take
home afterwards.
Incredible India
Sunday, Oct. 25, 2–4. Learn about
India and have fun with Indian Folk
dances. Refreshments will be served.
Social Security Basics
Wed., Oct. 28, 7–8. Be smart and plan
for your retirement—we’ll cover the
basics of this important program here
Every Tues., 6–7. No one will “shush”
you for dancing to loud music at the
library in our dance workout class.
Restorative Yoga
Every Tues. except 9/29 & 10/6, 7–8.
Come relax your mind and stretch your
body with this slow-paced yoga class.
Bring a mat if you have one.
Flu Shots
Mon., Sept. 21, 12–6. All are welcome
to take this important step in protecting
your health. Those with health insurance should bring their insurance card
and ID. Those without insurance are
able to get a free shot. Pneumonia shots
are available for seniors who bring their
Medicare card along with ID.
Tues., Sept. 22 & Oct. 27, 6:30–8. Use
this ancient practice to become more
focused, energized and balanced.
Affordable Care Act Help
Wed., Oct. 14 & 28, 11:30–1. Ask
questions, get information on, in enroll
in health insurance plans, Medicaid, or
Access DuPage at an information table
in our lobby.
Reserve space at our events online or by calling
What is an Apple Watch?
Mon., Sept. 14, 7–8:30; Thurs., Sept.
17, 10–11:30. Find out if all of the buzz
behind the Apple Watch is valid and see
if it’s a good fit for you.
Mon., Sept. 21, 6–7; Thurs., Sept. 24,
10–11. Learn about the social media
platform that’s sparking revolutions and
taking the world by storm.
Online Classifieds
with Craigslist
Sun., Sept. 27, 3:30–4:30; Mon., Sept.
28, 7–8. Miss your paper’s classified
ads? Find enticing offers and post ads
for free on the web using Craigslist!
Making Presentations
with Prezi
Mon., Oct. 5, 7–8:30; Thurs., Oct. 8,
10-11:30. Make your presentations pop
with this Powerpoint alternative.
Intro to Email
Mon., Oct. 12, 7–8; Thurs., Oct. 15,
10–11. New to the internet? An email
account is a great way to keep in touch
online. We will get you set up with your
own free email address!
Mon., Oct. 19, 6–7; Thurs., Oct. 22,
10–11. Whether you’re planing a wedding or looking for recipes, this platform
for sharing and organizing inspiring
images has something for everyone!
Buying a Car Online
Sun., Oct. 25, 3:30–4:30; Mon., Oct.
26, 7–8. The internet is an essential
asset when buying a car. We will go over
the most useful resources to find exactly
what you’re looking for.
Learning Windows 10
Mon., Nov. 2, 7–8:30. Have Windows
7 or 8.1? Microsoft will let you upgrade
for free to their latest operating system.
Learn the ins and outs of the brand new
platform that debuted in July!
Android Drop-in
Tues., Oct. 27, 2–3; Wed., Oct. 28,
3–4; Thurs., Oct. 29, 11–12. Have
questions about your Android tablet or
smartphone? Bring it by and have our
resident expert will give you an answer!
Senior Computer Camp
Sept. 14, 15, & 17, 10–1. Learn and
explore using computers. Refreshments
will be served.
Basic Computer Classes &
Microsoft Office
We offer a variety of small group classes
perfect for people still figuring out computers and Microsoft Office.
Computer Skills: Every Wed. in
Sept. & Every Mon. in Oct; Beginner Excel: Sept. 14 & Oct. 5,
7–8; Beginner Word: Sept. 15, 7–8;
Beginner PowerPoint: Sept. 17, 7–8;
Intermediate Word: Sept. 22 & Oct.
20, 7–8.
teen creative
Reserve space at teen events online or by calling
Minecraft Club
Wed., Sept. 9 and Oct. 7, 6–8:30.
Work with other Minecraft masters to
take on building challenges, develop
mods, and create your own maps.
Introduction to Raspberry Pi
Oct. 23, 1-3:30. Learn to use this credit
card-sized computer to run servers,
apps, and even Minecraft.
Maker Lab
Fri., Sept. 11 & Oct. 23, 12–1:30. Get
to know our new Maker Kits! We’ll provide materials for discovering knitting,
robotics, digital music, and more. You
can check these kits out and bring them
home as well.
Japanese Fighter Kite
Fri., Sept. 25, 3–5. Build and fly your
own designs. All materials provided.
Between the Lines
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn: Mon.,
Sept. 21, 10–11 at the Park District; Three Cups of Tea by Greg
Mortenson: Mon., Oct. 19, 10–11 at
the Park District.
Craft Club
Mon., Sept. 21 & Oct. 19, 7–9. Bring a
project to work on or a project to show
off with this crafty crew.
The Book Bunch
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn: Tues.,
Oct. 6, 7–8.
Political Discussion Club
Oct. 7 & Nov. 4, 7–8:30. Get together
with neighbors of all stripes and discuss
the issues of the day. Pick up readings at
the library a week or so beforehand.
Two great health systems have joined together,
Adventist Midwest Health and Alexian Brothers Health System.
A new beginning, with opportunity that treasures and respects our faith traditions,
past accomplishments and more profoundly realizes our sacred missions.
Our name, AMITA, is inspired by words from several languages: friendship in
Italian, honesty and truth in Hebrew, and spiritual light and boundlessness in
Hindi. AMITA Health reflects our core values of friendship, truth and mutual
respect for all, as well as our faith-based call to healing.
AMITA Health is about open, inclusive and compassionate quality care
for all, inspired by a legacy of faith, delivered with dignity and empathy.
We embrace each person and each family as one of our own.
Call today to schedule an appointment
with one of our top physicians.
© 2015 AMITA Health 15421
Reserve space at our events online or by calling 630.458.3319.
Movie Night
Clueless (PG-13) Sept. 9, 6–8:30; House on Haunted Hill:
Oct. 7, 6–8:30; Pieces of April (PG-13): Nov. 4, 6–8:30. Join
us for dinner and a movie at our monthly movie night. Bring
siblings along for dinner and a separate movie!
Early Dismissal Lunch
Fri., Sept. 11 & Oct. 23, 11:30–12:30. Join us after school lets
out early for a free lunch. Stay around for our maker lab.
Young Parent Group
Tues., Sept. 15 & Oct. 13, 6–8. Learn about your baby’s
development, access resources in your community, and feel good
about yourself. Dinner provided. For parents 22 and under.
Teen Advisory Group
Wed., Sept. 16, Oct. 14, & Nov. 11, 4–5:30. Plan events at the
library, design programs for younger kids, and volunteer!
Hungry Brain
Wed., Sept. 17, Oct. 15, & Nov. 5, 7–8:30. A discussion group
for the curious teen. Learn about philosophy, art, current events,
and psychology, then join us to share your thoughts and ideas.
Game On
Wed., Sept. 23, 3–4:30. We’ll bring out the PS4, Wii U, and
plenty of snacks.
Book Club
Check out teen technology
programs on pg. 4!
The List by Siobhan Vivian/The Breakfast Club (R):
Sept. 24, 6–8:30; Carrie by Stephen King/Carrie (R): Oct.
22, 6–8:30. At film related to our book.
Anime Club
Wed., Sept. 30 & Oct. 28, 4–6. We’ll talk about our favorite
manga, watch anime, and share cosplay tips.
Open Mic
Thurs., Oct. 1 & 29, 7–8:30. Bring your music, poetry, writing,
comedy—or just yourself.
Costume Workshop
Wed., Oct. 21, 4–6. Watch a professional special effects artist
demonstrate beautiful and terrifying makeup tricks. Then use
our materials to make your own costume.
free homework help
Kids and teens of all ages are welcome to attend our new, free afterschool homework help sessions,
where college students and a certified teacher will be on hand to assist students with their homework. On Tuesdays, help is provided for kids in grades K–5; on Thursdays, teens will get
their turn. A free, healthy snack is provided. The program runs from 3:30–5:30 beginning the
week of Sept. 15. Also ask us about Book-a-Librarian, where a children’s librarian will hold a
one-on-one tutoring session covering either reading or computers.
Although our popular summer lunch
program ended in August, we’re happy
to bring it back on days District 4 lets
out early. This fall, we’ll be dishing out
food from 11:30–12:30 on Fri., Sept.
11 and Fri., Oct. 23.
for kids
We ask that adult caregivers not attending
programs remain on the first floor in case your
child needs help. Programs require registration and have age restrictions. Register with
your Addison Public Library card by calling
630.458.3338 or visiting online.
Baby Story Time
Birth–18 months with caregiver
Join us for a lap-sit story time full of
bounces, tickles, songs, and giggles.
Fall Session I: Thurs., Sept. 17, 24,
Oct. 1, & Oct. 8, 10–10:30; Fall Session II: Thurs., Oct. 29, Nov. 5, Nov.
12, & Nov. 19, 10–10:30; registration
begins Oct. 10.
Toddler Story Time
18 months–3 years with caregiver.
Get out some energy with dancing, singing, and rhymes at a story time designed
for little ones who like to move!
Fall Session I: Thurs., Sept. 17, 24,
Oct. 1, & Oct. 8, 11–11:30; Fall Session II: Thurs., Oct. 29, Nov. 5, Nov.
12, & Nov. 19, 11–11:30; registration
begins Oct. 10.
The programs in this category are intended
for but not limited to children 3–5 years old;
parents encouraged to come.
Preschool Story Time
3–5 years. Preschool children develop
early reading readiness in this story time
for preschool children without an adult.
Autumn Leaves: Fri., Oct. 16, 10–
10:30; registration begins Sept. 26.
STEAMin’ into Preschool
Science is everywhere! This new program will help preschoolers and their
caregivers explore the world through
science, technology, engineering, art,
and math).
Splash Science: Mon., Sept. 28,
10–11; registration begins Sept. 12.
Kid Chemistry: Mon., Oct. 19,
10–11; registration begins Oct. 3.
Shadow Science: Mon., Nov. 2,
10–11; registration begins Oct. 17.
Preschool Stories & Crafts
Thurs., Sept. 10, Oct. 15 (register
Sept. 26), & Oct. 22 (register Oct. 3),
10–10:30; registration begins Aug.
22. Preschool children have fun and develop early reading skills in this program
that includes books, music, and a craft.
Preschool LEGOs & Stories
Fri., Sept. 25, Oct. 30 (register Oct.
10), &1 Nov. 20 (register Oct. 31),
11–12. We will use the fun of LEGOs
to teach school readiness skills, followed
by free building time.
Afterschool Music
Grades 3–5. Children who love music
will enjoy a different topic each month.
Crazy 8’s Math Club
Come join us for a wild Math Ride! We
will play games so fun you won’t even
realize you’re learning!
Glow in the Dark Geometry: Tues.,
Sept. 29, 4:30–5:30; registration
begins Sept. 12. Grades 3–5.
“Time” of Your Life: Tues. Oct. 20,
4:30–5:30; registration begins Oct. 3.
Grades K–2.
Spy Training Math: Tues. Nov. 10,
4:30–5:30; registration begins Oct.
24. Grades 3–5.
Young Monets
Grades 1–5. Following stories focusing
on art and artists, children will create
their own art based on a variety of
artists’ styles and an assortment of art
media. The afternoon also includes artthemed games and activities.
Alphabet Art: Thurs., Sept. 24,
Andy Warhol: Thurs., Oct. 15, 4:30–
5:30; registration begins Sept. 26.
Book Bash
Grades K–5. Children will enjoy an
hour of book fun, including stories,
games, and crafts, and will receive a
book to keep.
Mystery Book Bash: Mon., Oct. 19,
4:30–5:30; registration begins Oct. 3.
Comic Books: Mon., Nov. 2, 4:30–
5:30; registration begins Oct. 17.
Sizzling Science
Bucket Drum Circle: Wed. Sept. 30,
4:30–5:30; registration begins Sept. 12.
Grades 1–5. Try a different science
experiment each month!
Music Games: Wed., Oct. 28, 4:30–
5:30; registration begins Oct. 10.
Water Science: Mon., Sept. 21,
Afterschool Crafts
Spooky Science: Mon., Oct. 26,
4:30–5:30; registration begins Oct. 10.
Fall Session I: Wed. Sept. 16, 23, 30,
& Oct. 7, 10–10:30; Fall Session II:
Wed. Oct. 28, Nov. 4, Nov. 11, & Nov.
18, 10–10:30; registration begins
Oct. 10.
Grades K–5. Young crafters will have
the opportunity to acquire new skills
each month.
Jumpin’ & Jammin’
Changing Seasons: Mon., Oct. 5,
4:30–5:30; registration begins Sept. 19.
This interactive program introduces kids
to music through rhythm & song while
working on literacy & motor skills.
Apples and Pumpkins: Fri., Sept.
18, 10–10:30.
All about Catapults: Mon., Sept.
14, 4:30–5:30.
Explore the Stars: Mon., Nov. 9,
4:30–5:30; registration begins Oct. 24.
These special one-time programs cover specific
topics and involve stories, crafts, and games for
school-age kids.
I Love LEGOs Party
Thurs., Sept. 17, 4:30–5:30. Grades
Snoopy & Friends
Costume Workshop
Fri., Oct. 2, 2–3; registration begins
Sept. 12. Grades 1–5.
Wed., Oct. 21, 4–6; drop-in. Use
t-shirts, cardboard, and other every day
materials to build an amazing Halloween costume. Watch a professional special effects artist demonstrate beautiful
and terrifying makeup tricks. All materials provided. For kids and teens.
No registration required, but space is limited.
Passes distributed 15 minutes before start time.
The programs in this category are intended
for but not limited to children 3–5 years old;
parents encouraged to come.
Day of the Dead
Fri., Sept. 11, 2–3 & Mon., Oct. 12,
11–12. It’s a day off of school, but not
a day off of fun! Use your imagination
and create a masterpiece!
Sew Like a Pro
Mon., Oct. 12, 2–4; registration
begins Sept. 26. Grades 3–5.
Sat., Oct. 24, 2–3; registration begins
Oct. 3. Grades K–5.
King Tut & the Egyptians
Thurs., Nov. 5, 4:30–5:30; registration begins Oct. 17. Grades 1–5.
These events are open to kids of all ages and do
not require an Addison Public Library card.
Family Movie Nights
Wed., Sept. 9, Oct. 7, & Nov. 4, 6–8;
drop-in. Come share snacks and watch
a movie on our big screen. This program will take place at the same time
as our teen film club, but will feature a
family title. For kids of all ages, with
an adult.
Mexican Independence Day
Wed., Sept. 16, 5:30–7; registration
begins Sept. 2. September 16 is Mexican Independence Day, and we will
have crafts and snacks to celebrate! For
kids of all ages.
Ballet Folklórico Nacional &
Trick Roper
Wed., Sept. 30, 7–7:45; free tickets
available beginning Sept. 19. Help
us celebrate Hispanic Heritage month!
The dazzling Escamilla Entertainment
dance troupe will perform dances from
various regions of Mexico. There will
also be a fantastic trick roper to round
out the evening. This is a program you
won’t want to miss! For kids of all
ages, with an adult.
Autumn Celebration!
Sat., Oct. 10, 2–4; drop-in. Join us as
we make tons of fun fall crafts and eat
snacks! Organizations offering free services for families will have information
available. For kids of all ages.
Sat., Oct. 31, 2–3; registration begins
Oct. 17. We’ll decorate sugar skulls and
do fun crafts to celebrate the Day of the
Dead, a Mexican holiday that honors
friends and family members who have
passed. For kids of all ages.
Sandi Sylver
Wed., Nov. 18, 7–7:45; free tickets
available beginning Nov. 7. This
ventriloquist, storyteller, and songstress
extraordinaire will work her magic
during this entertaining program. For
kids of all ages, with an adult.
Every Wed., Sept. 16–Nov. 18,
10:30–11; drop-in. Come join us in our
play space for our Italian/English story
time! Have fun listening to your favorite
stories and enjoy some Italian inspired
activities! All ages welcome; knowledge
of Italian is not required. Ci Vediamo
Presto! For kids of all ages.
Every Thurs., Sept. 17–Nov. 19,
10:30–11; drop-in. Come join us in
our play space for our Spanish/English
story time! Have fun listening to your
favorite stories and enjoy some activities
in Spanish! All ages welcome; knowledge of Spanish is not required. ¡Nos
vemos pronto! For kids of all ages.
Spanish with Language Stars
Every Wed., Sept. 16–Nov. 18,
4:30–5:15; registration starts Sept.
2. Languages Stars teaches Spanish to
children in a fun, engaging way that
keeps kids wanting to learn more! This
ten week course will cover a variety of
topics so participants can gain a solid
foundation in the language. For grades
Drop-in Play-Doh
Drop-in LEGOs
Thurs., Oct. 8, 4:30–5:30. Do you love
LEGOs? We do too! We will read stories
about our favorite LEGO characters,
make crafts, and build!
Drop-in Saturday Preschool
Kids will have fun and develop early
reading skills in this story class, which
includes books, rhymes, and music.
Dinosaur Stories & Crafts: Sat.,
Sept. 26, 2–2:30.
Thanksgiving Stories & Crafts: Sat.,
Nov. 7, 2–2:30.
Early Literacy Night
Wed., Oct. 14, 7–8:30. Reading has
never been so much fun! Drop in with
your child to play early literacy games
and learn how you can continue this
fun learning at home. For beginning
Drop-in Halloween Fun
Fri., Oct. 23, 2–3. School’s out today,
so drop in to the library to have some
Halloween fun. You might make a craft,
hear a scary story, or see some creepy
magic. Come for as long as you would
like. Kids in costume are in for some
early trick or treating!
Cutest Pet Contest
Send a cute picture of your pet to
[email protected] for
a chance to get your pet featured in our
next newsletter and on Facebook!
¡Llama al 630.458.3426 para
hablar con nosotros en español!
en español
Necesitas registrarte para los eventos y programas de niños. Llama al 630.458.4426.
Para participar en los eventos para los adultos,
tipicamente no necesitas registrarte, y tenemos
actividades para niños.
Ayuda con computadoras
Tú podrás recibir ayuda básica usando
una computadora. Ayuda es disponible
la mayoría de los días.
Ayuda con DACA y DAPA
Tú podrás recibir ayuda con el formulario de inmigación. La ayuda está
disponible la mayoría de los días. Llama
al 630.458.3304 o 630.458.3306 para
hacer una cita con Isabel o Maria.
Obtén tu licencia o TVDL
Lunes, el 7 de septiembre y el 5 de
octubre, 6-7:30; el 8 de septiembre y el
6 de octubre, 11-12:30; no es necesario
inscribirse. Infórmate de lo que necesitas para obtener tu licencia de conducir.
¡Practica el examen antes de tu cita!
Taller de solicitud de trabajo
en inglés
Lunes, el 14 de septiembre, 6-7:30;
no es necesario inscribirse. Vamos a
aprender vocabulario y frases acerca de
cómo llenar una solicitud.
Ayuda gratis con la tarea
para niños y jovenes
Todos los martes a partir del 15
de septiembre, 3:30-5:30. ¡Ven para
recibir ayuda gratis con tu tarea! Estudiantes del College of DuPage estarán
disponibles para ayudarte. Para los estudiantes de kinder hasta el quinto grado.
Todos los jueves a partir del 15
de septiembre, 3:30-5:30. ¡Ven
para recibir ayuda gratis con tu tarea!
Estudiantes del College of DuPage
estarán disponibles para ayudarte. Para
los estudiantes del sexto grado hasta el
duodécimo grado.
El día de la independencia
Todos los jueves, a partir del 17 de
septiembre hasta el 19 de noviembre, 10:30-11; no es necesario
inscribirse. ¡Ven y únete con nosotros
en nuestro espacio de juego para actividades y cuentos en español e inglés!
Diviértete escuchando tus cuentos favoritos y haciendo manualidades. Todos
son bienvenidos; no es necesario hablar
inglés. Para niños de todas las edades.
Club de lectura
Lunes, el 21 de septiembre, 6-7:30;
no es necesario inscribirse. ¡Vamos a
empezar un club de lectura en español!
Ven y pasar un rato con amigos.
Computación básica
Miércoles, el 16 de septiembre,
5:30-7; la incripción empieza el 2
de septiembre. ¡Vamos a celebrar el
día de la independencia de México con
manualidades y comida! Para familias.
Domingo, 27 de septiembre, 2-3. ¡Están pensando en comprar una computadora o tienen una pero no sabes usarla,
nosotros les podemos ayudar a aprender
cómo usar la computadora!
Español con Language Stars
Hora de cuentos para la familia
Todos los miércoles, a partir del
16 de septiembre hasta el 18 de
noviembre, 4:30-5:15; la inscripción
empieza el 2 de septiembre. ¡Language Stars enseña español a los niños
en una manera divertida que hace que
los niños quieran aprender más! Este
curso de diez semanas enseñará una
variedad de temas diferentes para que
los participantes puedan ganar una base
sólida en el idioma. Para los estudiantes
de kinder hasta el segundo grado.
Lunes, el 28 de septiembre y el 26
de octubre, 6-7:30; no es necesario
inscribirse. ¡Únete con nosotros para
comer unas botanas y leer libros en
español! Cada niño que participa va a
salir con un libro gratis. Para familias.
Ballet Folklórico Nacional
Miércoles, el 30 de septiembre,
7-7:45; boletos gratis estarán disponibles a partir del 19 de septiembre. ¡Celebremos el Mes de la Herencia
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For Further Information
Contact: Jack Tinney
Phone: 630-232-9677 x121
Email: [email protected]
More with print. More than print.
Custom Publishing • Marketing Services • Newsletters
Catalogs • Magazines • Brochures
Hispana! Los bailarines de Escamilla Entertainment representarán bailes de regions diferentes de México. También
habrá un charro haciendo trucos con un lazo. ¡No te puedes
perder esta estupenda oportunidad! Para familias.
Fiesta de otoño bilingüe
Sábado., el 10 de octubre, 2-4; no es necesario inscribirse. ¡Únete con nosotros para hacer muchas manualidades
de otoño y comer unas botanas! Algunas organizaciones que
ofrecen servicios gratis para la familia tendrán información
disponible. Para familias.
Taller de trabajo en inglés
Lunes, el 12 de octubre, 6-7:30; no es necesario inscribirse. Vamos a aprender vocabulario y frases acerca de cosas
básicas en el trabajo.
Internet Básico
Domingo, 25 de octubre, 2-3. Aprenda cómo navegar por
las diferentes páginas del internet. También cómo buscar y
encontrar la información que usted quiere.
El día de los muertos
Sábado, el 31 de octubre, 2-3; la inscripción empieza el
17 de octubre. ¡Vamos a decorar calaveras de azúcar y hacer
otras manualidades para celebrar el día de los muertos! Para
niños de todas las edades.
U.S. Postage
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Addison, IL 60101
General Questions
[email protected]
Children’s Services
4 Friendship Plaza
Addison, IL 60101
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Teen Services
Sunday 1–5
Monday–Thursday 9–9
Friday–Saturday 9–5
Adult Services
Closed Sept. 6–7 for Labor Day;
open on Columbus Day.
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Community Services
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Board of Trustees
Digital Services
Friends of the Library
[email protected]
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Sept. 15, 7:30 pm
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Board of Trustees
October 20, 7:30 pm

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