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Kids and adults alike are invited to drop in and create a card (or two, or six) for Valentine’s Day. Plenty of supplies will be on hand to create professional-looking cards for your friends, loved ones, or even your pets!
As fans of the Fab Four may already know, 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the landmark White Album. The Beatles’ only double album contains a wealth of riches for listeners but also marked the beginning of the end of the world’s greatest band. The program will include a discussion of their back-to-basics recording approach and an analysis of key tracks, including “Dear Prudence,” “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da,” “While My Guitar Gently Weeps,” and “Helter Skelter.” Presented by Gary Wenstrup, an adjunct professor at the College of DuPage who specializes in teaching everything Beatles.
College preparation is creeping earlier and earlier. If you have a middle schooler or high school freshman or sophomore, it may seem like all the families around you are already getting ahead. Stop the madness! Join us for a presentation and discussion by Hanna Stotland, an independent educational counselor, about how knowing what’s ahead can reduce worry for you and your student. She’ll talk about approaches to test readiness, curriculum choices, and activities so that everyone can focus on enjoying high school. Bring your questions.