Election of 1968 was like no other. With society changing rapidly, the
President announcing his retirement, mounting demonstrations against the war in
Vietnam and the murders of Robert Kennedy and Dr. King, the country seemed to
be coming apart.Historian Barry
Bradford will explore the events leading up to the 1968 Democratic Convention
in Chicago, explain what happened and show what the long reaching consequences
were of the “Battle of Chicago.”
and toddlers learn about the world though their senses. Little ones depend on
many sensory experiences for brain development. We will provide homemade toys
you can try out with your child that encourage development through sensory
play. While you and your child enjoy some quality time playing together,
his/her brain will be growing! Materials will be provided to make a toy to take
home. Instructions will be provided so you can make more toys at home.
Information about developmental milestones for children birth to 5 years and
the Early Intervention program will be available.
Come move your body every Saturday in the months of July and August. Our Friends at Mano a Mano will lead us in a bi-lingual, cross generational Zumba experience. Wear comfortable clothing, and come prepared to feel the heat.
Ven a mover
tu cuerpo todos los sábados durante los meses de julio y agosto. Nuestros amigos de Mano a
Mano nos guiarán en esta clase bilingüe de Zumba. Ponte ropa cómoda y prepárate
Thought-provoking, powerful, and poignant films connect us with ideas and people outside of our immediate comfort zones. Take part in a discussion concerning each film's relation to societal issues and current events. Titles to be announced this spring.
Do You enjoy good quality craft beer? Home brewing is a fun and rewarding hobby that is enjoyed by millions of people all over the world. Award winning home brewer Scott Pointon will discuss the equipment, ingredients, brewing process and resources available to would-brew masters.
Tired of paying an overpriced bill? Join us for an informative presentation on why and how you might be able the “cut the cable cord” in favor of using popular streaming subscriptions like Netflix, Hulu and more.
We are pleased to partner with the Wauconda Township Historical Society
and Wauconda High School Drama Department to hear captivating stories about
local figures at the Wauconda Cemetery. Our tour guide, Mary Cook, will lead us as we
listen to several costumed historical figures talk about themselves and their
lives.More information about this event
can be found on our website and the Wauconda Township Historical Society’s