Adult Programs Fall 2019
Murder at the Juice Joint Mystery Night
Saturday, September 21 @ 6 PM
With the passing of prohibition and organized crime on the rise, The Juice Joint, the swankiest speakeasy in town, has been nothing but jumping. To celebrate its success, Rosie Marie is throwing a a party to remember at this exclusive nightspot...and you're invited! However, one of the names on the guest list is also on another's hit list...and nobody is safe from the consequences.
Sign up for a night of Murder, Mayhem, and the Mob. Registration available until September 14.
SHIP Program: Understanding Medicare and the Decisions You Need to Make
Monday, September 23 @ 6 PM
Whether you are new to Medicare or have been on it a while, learn how to be an educated consumer with Sue Grossinger. After 28 years of providing resource information for older adults, Sue can teach you how to have control over your healthcare.
FAFSA Completion Workshop with Sarah Boyle
Monday, October 7 @ 6 PM
Need financial aid assistance for college? Sarah Boyle is part of the Illinois Student Assistance Commission at the College of Lake County. Sarah will help you identify scholarships and grants, explain student loans and financial aid packages, and provide resources for the student in your family.
CANCELED: NAMI Mental Health Awareness
Wednesday, October 16 @ 6 PM
Up to 43.8 million adults experience mental illness in a given year. The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) aims to educate those affected by mental illness by providing support groups, educational classes, and advocacy for individuals and their families. Come learn how to be the best mental health advocate you can be.
Wednesday, November 13 @ 6 PM @ Horseshoe Grill on Route 14
Grab your friends and test your trivia skills at the Centennial-based Trivia Night at the Horseshoe Grill on Route 14, just East of town. Don't have a team? You don't need one! Come stag and made new friends. The winning team will receive a $100 prize donated by the Friends of the Library. Thanks, Friends!
Reiki Class with Marylou Nunamaker
Saturday, November 16 @ 1 PM
Reiki is a form of alternative medicine that uses energy awareness to work at healing the self. All ages in the community are welcome. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
Knitting & Crochet Club
1st & 3rd Mondays @ 6:30 PM