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Money Smart Week - presented by the Law Office of John Pankau
We will discuss the necessary steps to take in order to incorporate digital assets into your estate plan including but not limited to Wills, Trusts and Powers of Attorney.
Learn how to install and manage your apps, customize your phone using settings changes and widget installations, take advantage of expandable storage, use google tools, and much more!
Build with LEGOs and build your child’s school readiness too! Come to the library for Lego learning and fun. Practice STEM with Legos! Registration begins Monday, March 25 for Bloomingdale residents. Non-residents may register 1 week before the program.
You can’t read the news without seeing the hype about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Is this the first wave of the cashless future or just another overhyped technology? One thing is for sure: there’s a lot of money riding on its success.
A working-class family man, Christopher Robin, encounters his childhood friend Winnie-the-Pooh, who helps him to rediscover the joys of life.
Popcorn and refreshments will be provided and enter for a chance to win this month's movie on DVD - you must be present to win!
Are you curious about 3D printing? Do you want to learn how to create your own designs and print them out? Teens are welcome to join us for an Introduction to 3D printing class, where we will create our own Tinkercad accounts, learn the basics of 3D Printing and design, and even get to see the 3D Printer in action. No experience is necessary!
A non-profit organization that supports the efforts of the Library.
It's prom season! Don't let the big kids have all the fun, though. Wear something fancy and bring your little one to the library for some songs, movement, and photos in front of a backdrop! Black-tie onesies are optional.
Join other teens for gaming on our big screens or a tabletop! Have a dance-off using our Kinect, start your own Rock Band, race in Mario Kart 8, battle in Super Smash Bros., or discover your new favorite tabletop or board game!
Genealogy Club meets on the fourth Thursday of the month (except in November and December) from 6:30 p.m. - 8:45 p.m. A Local History librarian provides internet and archival genealogy instruction and research support. Members share ideas and meet other researchers, receive help with research questions and brick wall dilemmas, and share genealogy finds. Use of the genealogy collection in the Local History Department and individual help and instruction is also available.
Learn how to Provide a Break for a Caregiver in Bloomingdale Township!
Take the REST (Respite Education and Support Tools) Essentials course that helps to prepare individuals to provide quality respite care, in order to support caregivers who are caring for people with intellectual disabilities, those who are aging, and/or those using mental health services across the lifespan. Interested individuals, must be a resident of Bloomingdale Township and willing to provide 8 hours of respite per month.
For more information or to register contact Kelly Fitzgerald at email@example.com or call 630-397-5658.
Each month we will cover a STEAM subject while incorporating fundamental skills of reading, writing, computation, coding and problem solving. Please register for each class.
Registration begins Monday, March 25 for Bloomingdale residents. Non-residents may register 1 week before the program.
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