Steve Darnell for WDCB radio examines the ways radio brought WWII into the living rooms of Americans through samples of radio broadcasts of presidential speeches, news clips and entertainment shows for the troops.
Sue Baugh describes how her father became a code breaker fo rthe U.S. Navy and helped to crack Japanese codes before the Battle of Midway, while her grandfather survived three years in a Japanese POW camp.
Martina Mathison portrays the infamous film star Mae West. You may think you've heard her story but Martina will present "the rest of the story"!
For aspiring writers of all levels. Held on the 2nd floor.
Learn to plan and execute a simple sewing project using a sewing machine. Grades 9-12.
Learn to plan and execute a simple sewing project using a sewing machine. Grades 5-8.
For those patrons 55+ here is your opportunity to create a fall felted project even if you've never tried felting before.
This program will be held at Good Shepherd Hospital as the first part of the "When I'm 64" series.
To register, call (847) 381-5030. Co-sponsored with the Barrington Area Council on Aging (BACOA).
Would you like your kids to learn and practice Spanish? Introduce them to the marvelous world of Spanish by playing games, talking,and reading tales, narrations and short stories. For ages 6-10