On Saturday, June 15, DuPage County will host two events geared toward educating homeowners about mortgage financing and foreclosure prevention, in addition to helping residents sign up for federal flood assistance. The Mortgage Relief event, hosted by Governor Pat Quinn and DuPage County will provide homeowners with helpful advice about mortgage financing, foreclosure prevention, legal (read the rest…)
Looking for that great new read? The Villa Park Public Library has a fantastic Readers Advisory staff that is happy to recommend novels. Whether you’re looking for new authors like your old favorites, or you’re ready for something completely new, our RA staff is here to help. They run reading groups and book discussions to help make reading a more social experience. These folks know their fiction!
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US Department of Labor launches online retirement toolkit in cooperation with Social Security Administration, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services The U.S. Department of Labor has announced the launch of an online toolkit to help workers identify key issues related to retirement planning. The department’s Employee Benefits Security Administration developed the toolkit in cooperation with (read the rest…)
Due to the release of the brand new film, it seems like everywhere you turn there is something related to The Great Gatsby, and the VPPL is no exception! If you have seen the movie and read the book but still need more then checkout our display of Jazz Age biographies. From writers and musicians (read the rest…)
NAACP Chicago Professional & Technology Career Fair Tuesday, June 4, 2013 9 am to 2 pm Navy Pier 600 E. Grand Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60611 If you are interested in a new career, here’s some exciting news! The NAACP Professional & Technology Career Fair is coming to the Chicago area. This event is FREE and (read the rest…)
A few days ago, information was posted on the Villa Park Library’s Adult Services Blog about an SBA/W20 Group Webinar on Social Media. The webinar was limited to 1,000 participants and the response was overwhelming. As a result, not everyone who signed up received the link to participate. See the note below to see how (read the rest…)