Chicago`s Sweet Candy History
Thursday, July 31 at 7:00
For most its history, Chicago produced about 1/3 of the nation`s candy. Learn the history of the tasty treats and explore what made Chicago such an ideal location for candymakers. Find out why immigratnts played a critical role in confectionery history, discover how Baby Ruth and Milk duds got their names, and take a fun "candy quiz". This program is for adults only and is sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
No registration is required.
Job Search and Resume Help Drop-In
Thursday, Aug. 14 2:00 - 4:00
Thursday, Sept. 4 2:00 - 4:00
Do you need assistance exploring job opportunities on-line or does your resume need enhancing? Through a partnership with the Illinois WorkNet Center, a representative will be available to answer all of your job search questions and provide resume assistance.
Holiday Closing Schedule
Drop-In eBook Help
Tue. July 22 2 - 4
Stop by the Adult Reference desk and receive one-on-one instructions on how to download library eBooks and eAudiobooks. You must have a valid Yorkville Public Library card. Kindle users should bring their devices and have their Amazon account password with them. All tablet and smart phone users must be able to download apps to their devices.
ART WALL DISPLAY
Charlie Kocan is currently displayed
at the library. After retirement from
IBT, he began pen-and-ink
drawing along with watercolor paintings derived from his personal
collection of locomotive photos.
Please stop by and enjoy this exhibit!
Friends of the Library will meet
Monday July 14 at 10:15am.