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Free and open to all students, topics include time management, study skills, test taking, and college-level writing.
Des Plaines
UNICEF Pre-Halloween Party. Join us for food, fun, games, and music! Children must be accompanied by an adult (18 and older).
Des Plaines
Find your voice at this free workshop, featuring Johnny Heller, Commercial Voice Over and Audio Narration Coach and Teacher.
Des Plaines
Introduction to Robotics for Girls Only: Part two of a special two-session workshop for girls (8 and older).
Des Plaines
An Honors Speaker Series event, presented by Samuel H. LiPuma, M.A., associate professor of philosophy, Cuyahoga Community College.
Des Plaines
Join Quraysh Ali Lansana and Christopher Stewart for this Chicago Writers Series event. A reception with light refreshments will follow.
Des Plaines
Get toasty with select members of the Oakton Jazz Band in a unique space overlooking beautiful Lake Oakton.
Des Plaines
Join filmmaker and activist, Eliaichi Kimaro, to explore ways art and activism can work together to help us understand the hidden truths that shape our cultural legacies.
Des Plaines
Navigating the Maze of PTSD. Presented by Jason Moon.
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Des Plaines
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson is a rock-n-roll comedy about the man who shaped the way our political system works today.
Des Plaines
America’s longest running and most prestigious math contest. Free to middle school students in eighth grade or below.
Des Plaines
The Incredible Shrinking Brain: Normal Aging, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Neuroimaging. Presented by Brad Wright, M.D., Ph.D., Medical Resident, University of Utah.
RSSEvents RSS
des plaines, skokie
Free and open to all students, topics include time management, study skills, test taking, and college-level writing.
Des Plaines
UNICEF Pre-Halloween Party. Join us for food, fun, games, and music! Children must be accompanied by an adult (18 and older).
Des Plaines
Find your voice at this free workshop, featuring Johnny Heller, Commercial Voice Over and Audio Narration Coach and Teacher.
Des Plaines
Introduction to Robotics for Girls Only: Part two of a special two-session workshop for girls (8 and older).
Des Plaines
An Honors Speaker Series event, presented by Samuel H. LiPuma, M.A., associate professor of philosophy, Cuyahoga Community College.
Des Plaines
Join Quraysh Ali Lansana and Christopher Stewart for this Chicago Writers Series event. A reception with light refreshments will follow.
Des Plaines
Get toasty with select members of the Oakton Jazz Band in a unique space overlooking beautiful Lake Oakton.
Des Plaines
Join filmmaker and activist, Eliaichi Kimaro, to explore ways art and activism can work together to help us understand the hidden truths that shape our cultural legacies.
Des Plaines
Navigating the Maze of PTSD. Presented by Jason Moon.
newsImage
Des Plaines
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson is a rock-n-roll comedy about the man who shaped the way our political system works today.
Des Plaines
America’s longest running and most prestigious math contest. Free to middle school students in eighth grade or below.
Des Plaines
The Incredible Shrinking Brain: Normal Aging, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Neuroimaging. Presented by Brad Wright, M.D., Ph.D., Medical Resident, University of Utah.
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October 30, 2014
Yes, You! Come to the library and join other Oakton writers for National Novel Writing Month. Learn how to get started with your novel.
October 30, 2014
Open meeting
November 1, 2014
Oakton @ Prairie State
November 1, 2014
Join us as we celebrate the first day of this year's National Novel Writing Month! November is always unpredictable when you're a WriMo, so while there's no telling what antics may ensue, we can promise you this: There will be snacks, and there will be writing. Stop on by and see for yourself.
November 3, 2014
This is an open writing session in the library to work on your book for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). All writers are welcome!
November 3, 2014
This is an open writing session in the library to work on your book for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). All writers are welcome!
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There’s a reason Larry Marks captured the 2009 Ray Hartstein Award for Outstanding Professional Excellence in Teaching.

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