Explore our Solar System without stepping foot outside your home with Michelle Nichols, Director of Public Observing at the Adler Planetarium. She will showcase some of the latest NASA spacecraft images of our Solar System, touching on our stunning Sun, giant planet Jupiter, dwarf planet Pluto, and everything in between.
Join us for an evening of live music as the Library teams up with the Parks & Recreation Department to sponsor the live performance of the band, the Chicago Experience at the Memorial Park Gazebo.
"Where the Water Goes: Life and Death along the Colorado River" by David Owen.
Learn how to create and promote workplace skills, experience, and successes with LinkedIn, the number one online professional networking website. Basic computer skills are needed for this class.
The Library and the City of Palos Heights are hosting the paper shredding event in the Palos Heights Metra parking lot located at 11451 SW Highway. The Palos Heights Police will also be on site for the prescription drug drop-off (no liquids, needles, or salves). For paper shredding, each car may bring 2-3 boxes of paper.
Learn how to utilize Social Security claiming strategies to increase retirement income, and how to use estate planning techniques and pass on your wisdom as well as your wealth to your heirs, from presenters Suellen Hawking MBA, CFP and Eileen Kerlin Walsh, JD.