Adult Programs


2017 Programs

DIY No-Sew Snowman Craft | DIY Hot Glue Gun Snowflake Window Clings |

Crockpot Chili, Soups, & Stews 2017 | DIY Book Picture Frames |

No-Bake Desserts 2017 | DIY Air Clay Fall Leaf Bowls |

Fall Hot Drinks | Holiday Crockpot Feast 2017 |

DIY Tea Light Snowman | DIY Waterless Snow Globes |

Crockpot Chili, Soups, & Stews 2018DIY Aromatherapy Candles |

DIY Candlestick Birdhouses |

Winter-Spring 2018 Programs:  

Registration Is Required for All Program & Workshops
Adult Services: 708-481-5333



Author William Hazelgrove

Monday, April 16th: 6:00pm

Hear William Hazelgrove discuss his book,
Al Capone and the 1933 World’s Fair:
The End of the Gangster Era in Chicago

is a historical look at Chicago during the darkest
days of the Great Depression.

Limit 50



Black Graves Matter
Monday, February 5th @ 6:00pm

Historian Tammy Gibson will present her search for African American and slave
cemeteries as well as raising awareness on the importance of maintaining these
historical landmarks. Limit 30

Turning 65: Choices
Thursday, February 8th & March 8th: 6:00-7:30pm

Saturday, February 10th & April 14th: 11:00-12:30pm

When we turn 65, there are many choices and decisions we need to make;
many of which will determine how we live the rest of our lives!  Multiple discussion topics.
This is NOT a sales pitch, just an informational meeting to get you started. Limit 40

Small Business Workshop
Monday, April 23rd: 6:30pm

Courtney Hayes, CPA at Pilar Financial, will get you started on starting a small business. 
She’ll discuss the proper business structure, setting up your small business, Federal taxes, and much more.  Limit 30.

Tax Talk Thursdays
Select Thursdays @ 6:30 PM

Dates to Be Announced


Monday, March 5th @ 6:30 PM

Join us for our annual program with foods to warm you up during the cold, winter months.

Limit 30

Feeling Crafty!?!

DIY Waterless Snow Globe
Monday, February 12th : 6:30pm
These globes are fun to shake, don’t break, and so easy to make. Limit 10

DIY Aromatherapy Candles
Monday, March 19th: 6:30pm

This hands-on aromatherapy candle class is made with essential oils which is a great way to help with your physical,
emotional, and mental health.  Limit 10

DIY Birdhouse Candlesticks
Monday, April 9th: 6:30pm
Add some spring charm to your décor with these birdhouse candlesticks. 
Limit 10

Crafts on the Cheap

3rd Thursday of the Month: 6:30pm

We’ll be doing fun but inexpensive DIY Craft ideas you can make for 
under $5.00.  Come join us!  Limit 10

January 18th | February 15th | March 15th | April 19th | May 17th

Stay in the Lines: Adult Coloring

Select Mondays
@ 6:30 PM

January 29th | February 26th | March 26th | April 30th

Join us to relieve some tension and act like a kid as we do Adult Coloring.
We have the coloring sheets and colored pencils too or
you can bring your own from home!  Limit 15

 Graphic Design Series

 This workshop teaches the fundamentals of visual design by introducing disciplines 
that are commonly used in designs. We’ll explore the common practices which includes color
theory, typography, layout and aesthetic manipulation.  Limit 10

Feb. 6th | Mar. 6th | Apr. 3rd | May 1st: 1:00 PM


Quilt Along & Club: 6:00-7:30pm


1/ 22, 2/12, 2/26, 3/12, 3/26, 4/9, 4/23, 5/14 

Join us for Quilt along and club! If you would like to work on a project of your own or join us in our quilt along, you are welcome to do either! See Ms. Ashley for materials list. Limit 8.

 Sewing Club:
1/27,  2/24, 3/24, 
4/28, & 5/26
0:30 AM-1:30 PM

We will have machines
available for use. This is NOT a class, participants must bring their own supplies and know how to sew. Limit 10.


Join us Friday Nights as we watch Anime on the big screen!
Meet with fellow anime, manga, comic book, and gaming aficionados!

Jan 19th | Feb 16th | Mar 16th | Apr 20th | May 18th 

Select Fridays @ 6:00 PM


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