95th Street Library Events for the Next 7 Days
3-D Software & Printing for Adults (95th)Tuesday, December 13, 2016 at 6:30 PM -- 95th Street Library
Adults can learn how to design three-dimensional object using 3-D software as well as the process of printing it using the library's 3-D printer. *Program requires advanced registration with a fee and is limited to 12 participants.
This class is appropriate for adults and students in 8th grade or older and are limited to 12 participants. Registration is taken at the computer lab desks.
This class has a non-refundable attendance fee that must be paid at the time of registration.
The fee for these classes is:
Naperville Public Library card holders: $10
Non-Naperville Public Library card holders: $20
Participants can transfer to another class with one week's advance notice. If individuals cannot attend a class for any reason, they should inform the computer lab staff so the spot may be available to an individual on the waiting list.
Family Storytime (95th)Wednesday, December 14, 2016 at 10:30 AM -- 95th Street Library
This 30-minute program of stories, songs and more fun activities is for children of all ages. In addition, strategies will be presented to enhance early learning opportunities at home. At least one parent or adult caregiver is required to accompany their children.
Book & Cookie Club (95th)Wednesday, December 14, 2016 at 7:00 PM -- 95th Street Library
December title: The Strange Case of Origami Yoda by Tom Angleberger
Visit the library for a child-and-parent book discussion group. The child and parent/adult will read the selected book together and then attend the club's meeting to discuss it with others while enjoying a cookie or two. Each book will be chosen at the preceding meeting and listed on the library's website. The library will have multiple copies of each title available for checkout. For children in 3rd through 6th grades. Program is limited to 15 child/parent pairs.
Read Aloud Book ClubThursday, December 15, 2016 at 10:00 AM -- 95th Street Library
Reading aloud is a long-standing social tradition. Historically, families often read together as a form of entertainment, and factory workers had books read to them as a way to relieve the tedium. Naperville Public Library is reaching out in that tradition with its Read Aloud Book Club for those who wish to enjoy and explore the written word in this historical format. The book club is open to all adult readers - those who are native speakers and those who are learning. The books will be read at a pace determined by the group, and limited copies will be available at the 95th Street Library's adult services desk. *Program requires advanced registration.
Genealogy Drop-In Help (95th)Thursday, December 15, 2016 at 12:30 PM -- 95th Street Library
A volunteer from the Fox Valley Genealogical Society will be available in the adult services department to help any interested individuals who wish to obtain assistance either to get started on a genealogy project or to complete difficult genealogical research challenges.
Brown Bag Lecture: the Essential Christmas Carol (95th)Thursday, December 15, 2016 at 1:00 PM -- 95th Street Library
Bring a sack lunch to the library's lunchtime lecture series at 12:30 p.m., and then stay for an engaging lecture beginning at 1 p.m. The library will provide coffee and dessert. This month, William Pack will share the hugely popular, dramatic and hypnotic abridged version of Charles Dickens's compelling story of Scrooge and the Christmas Ghost. Pack will also present the fascinating story of the creation and cultural response to "A Christmas Carol" as well as a modern recreation of a magic lantern slide show like the ones popular during Dickens' life. *Program requires advanced registration.
It's Christmas Time in the City (95th)Thursday, December 15, 2016 at 7:00 PM -- 95th Street Library
City sidewalks, busy sidewalks dressed in holiday style! No sidewalks feel and embrace the holiday hustle and bustle more than those of Chicago's streets. This presentation by Clarence Goodman is a delightful celebration of Chicago's traditions and contributions when it comes to the Yule. From the nation's first Christmas tree supplier to the windows of Marshall Field's, this program promises to provide a bittersweet evening of reminiscing and remembrance!