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Sep 02 - Intro to Computers 1

Sep 02 - Intro to Computers 1

Sep 03 - Resume Review

Sep 04 - Intro to Computers Practice Session

Sep 06 - Marvelous Mornings

Sep 07 - Bike Repair Program

Sep 09 - Family Storytime

Sep 09 - Family Storytime

Sep 09 - Small Talk

Sep 10 - Story Circle for Preschoolers

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Library News

Friends’ Villa Park Centennial Cookbook: Interest Form (Posted 03/07/14)

Still interested in ordering one of the Friends’ centennial commemorative cookbooks? Please fill out an interest form below! A hundred-fold thank you to all who purchased The Friends of the Villa Park Library’s A Centennial Celebration: 100 Years of Cooking in Villa Park in honor of the Village of Villa Park’s 100th Anniversary Celebration (1914-2014). (read the rest…)

September is National Literacy Awareness Month

  Please join us in celebrating National Literacy Awareness Month by learning more about adult literacy needs in DuPage County and how you can help change someone’s future.  Click here for a schedule of orientation or training classes.  Call Literacy DuPage at 630.416.6699 or check out for more information.

Balloon Creations with Suzette

Celebrate summer reading in style! Suzette, balloon artist extraordinaire, will be designing balloon creations just for you on Thursday, July 31, from 6–8 p.m., at the Villa Park Public Library. Select from favorites, including critters with “paws,” and wear your hand-picked creation home. “Shop” for your favorite animal shapes and colors from her balloon menu, (read the rest…)

Acclaimed Folksinger Weaves Stories through Song

Nationally acclaimed folksinger Chris Vallillo will perform at a special after-hours music event at the Villa Park Public Library on Saturday, July 26 at 7:00 p.m. This program is supported in part by an Illinois Arts Council grant. Performing on six-string and bottleneck slide guitars and harmonica, Chris Vallillo weaves original, contemporary and traditional songs (read the rest…)

Field Museum Presents Soil Adventure

Thursday, July 24 10:00–11:00 a.m. Model the movement of matter through our soil ecosystem and explore the critters that play an important role in decomposition. Registration is required. For grades K–4.

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