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Le Baratin: French Conversation

Dr. Greg Ross, former coordinator of The Foreign Language Residence Program at Northern Illinois University would like to cordially invite you to Le Baratin. Come speak French with members of the surrounding francophone community, enjoy the convivial atmosphere of one ...

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Hiring Made Simple for Area Businesses Workshop

Do you own a business in the DeKalb area? Are you always looking for ready employees near you? Do you find hiring expensive or time consuming? Come learn about a new local resource that easily connects jobseekers with employers in ...

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Teen Book Mob: I Am Still Alive

Do you love to read and talk about books and have a snack, too? Teen Book Mob is here for you! I Am Still Alive by Kate Alice Marshall is a heart-pounding story of survival and revenge in the unforgiving ...

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Tweens Read: Awkward

Join other tweens to talk about this funny graphic novel, have a snack, then follow clues to hidden geocaches within the library. Check out a copy of the book in Youth Services by the public computers, while supplies last. Here’s ...

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Cross-cutting Conversations

Are you an ESL teacher, lawyer, psychologist, social worker, local government employee who helps immigrants, or are you working in a similar career? Are you a member of the general public who is concerned about the status of immigrants today? ...

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Crime Fiction Book Club

This month’s read is The Witch Elm by Tana French. After a night out celebrating, Toby is attacked by two burglars. Following this life-changing event, Toby moves into his family ancestral home to care for his uncle Hugo. While coming to ...

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Le Baratin: French Conversation

Dr. Greg Ross, former coordinator of The Foreign Language Residence Program at Northern Illinois University would like to cordially invite you to Le Baratin. Come speak French with members of the surrounding francophone community, enjoy the convivial atmosphere of one ...

read more

Teen Advisory Group: Middle School

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) is about local teens talking to librarians, discussing and deciding which materials, books, programs, and services they need. It’s about making your voices heard and your choices matter! TAG members are the first to learn about ...

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Crime Fiction Book Club

This month’s read is The Witch Elm by Tana French. After a night out celebrating, Toby is attacked by two burglars. Following this life-changing event, Toby moves into his family ancestral home to care for his uncle Hugo. While coming to ...

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English Conversation Club

Learning a language is both fun and frustrating, but it’s easier when you practice! Join us for basic and intermediate conversations with others who are learning English as a second (or third, fourth, etc) language. Adult learners at any level are ...

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