What's Happening In Oak Lawn

MARCH, 2020

Make and Take Craft Night ~ March 3rd from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Learn to make a new craft that you can take home. All materials provided. Limit 20. Register at the Oak Lawn Public Library 

Oak Lawn Kickers ~ March 4, 11, 18 and 25 from 11 to Noon

Get moving in this beginner’s dance class led by instructor Maureen Kanadet. Learn basic line dance moves that will help you build your skills. Dress comfortably and wear shoes for movement. All abilities welcome! Oak Lawn Public Library

Year of the App: Password Protect ~ March 9th, 6 to 6:30 p.m.
The Computer Center is making 2020 the Year of the App. Each month two apps will be featured in short, 30 minute classes. Each class will include a 10-15 minute demo of the app followed by hands on time helping you download the app to your device. Make sure to bring your smart phone or tablet to class if you plan to download and try out any of the apps. This session will feature Password Protect. Always forgetting your passwords? Never fear, Password Protect is here. Learn about an app that will easily store all your passwords to make logging in anywhere a breeze. Oak Lawn Public Library 

Crochet Club ~ March 10th and 24th at 2 p.m.

Adults & Teens of all skill levels are welcome. Second and Fourth Tuesday of the month in lower level meeting room C. Bring your hooks and yarn and any current project. Beginners bring an H hook and skein of yarn (any color). Visit the events calendar on www.olpl.org or visit the second floor Computer Center and ask for Patty. Donations appreciated- yarn, needles, and craft supplies. Oak Lawn Public Library

Gmail Basics ~ March 12th from 6 to 7 p.m.

This is a two part course. Attending both sessions is recommended but not required.

Part I of this class will cover how to navigate your Gmail mailbox, how to write, read, and send emails, and how to open or send attachments. Requires an active email address and basic computer and Internet skills. Oak Lawn Public Library

Wine and Cheese Pairing ~ March 14th from 2 to 4

Wine and cheese – a perfect match! Explore classic pairings and more during this class presented by Meredith Meder, ACS CCP. *Registration required. Oak Lawn Public Library

Gmail Basics II ~ March 19th from 6 to 7

This is a two part course. Attending both sessions is recommended but not required.

Part II of this class will cover how to create and edit labels and categories, moving, archiving and muting messages, and customizing the appearance of your Gmail account. Oak Lawn Public Library

Shred Day ~ March 21st from 9 to 1

Bring your old financial documents to this public shred event presented in partnership with Oak Lawn Bank & Trust. A Cintas truck will be on the Raymond side in the bank parking lot to shred your documents on the spot. Limit: Three boxes per person. Please plan to take empty boxes home with you. Oak Lawn Public Library

Sunday with Friends Concert: Luck o’ the Irish with Tri-L-Co Music ~

March 22nd from 2 to 3 p.m.

This talented trio features Irish baritone Gavin Coyle teamed with Carlyn Lloyd and Jon Warfel with pennywhistles, dulcimer and drums for an afternoon of music from the homeland. Oak Lawn Public Library

REFRESHING READS: Where’d You Go Bernadette?~March 24th, 7:30 to 8:30

Bernadette Fox is notorious. To her Microsoft-guru husband, she's a fearlessly opinionated partner; to fellow private-school mothers in Seattle, she's a disgrace; to design mavens, she's a revolutionary architect; and to 15-year-old Bee, she is her best friend and, simply, Mom. But then she vanishes. The book is both hilarious and touching, skewering helicopter parents, high tech, and self-improvement cultures – but also touching on mother-daughter relationships, family dynamics and creativity.

“I heard this book was being made into a movie and I wanted in on it! I love the book-movie comparison. The book was quite popular when it was first released, and at the heart of the story, a mother, who has lost her way and looks to escape, can speak to anyone who has felt like they have been stuck in a never ending loop.” – Shannon

Copies will be available on the "Read Gather Discuss" display in the lobby approximately 1 month before the discussion which will be held at Avenue Flower Shop & Wine Bar, 10632 S. Cicero Ave

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