Genealogist Dan Hubbard presents an entertaining look at how the times and places we read about and research are often not what they appear to be. Don’t be fooled- decoding dates, comprehending calendars and understanding the time on your ancestor’s pocket watch are not as easy as they seem. Presented in partnership with the North Suburban Genealogical Society.
Financial Planning Appointments
Tuesdays, June 16, July 21, or August 18, 9 or 10 AM • Via Zoom or by phone
Do you have questions about how to invest, budget, or safeguard your finances? Schedule a free, virtual, one-hour consultation with a Certified Financial Planner. Appointments are limited to Glenview Library cardholders. Register using this email. Appointments are offered via Zoom or by phone.
Uncover tactics for using browsers, search engines, search strategies, and website navigation in this hands-on class.
Career Counseling Appointments
Wednesdays, June 17, July 15, or August 19, 30 minute appointments: 6:30-8:30 PM • Via Zoom or by phone
Friday, August 7, 30 minute appointments, 9-11 AM • Via Zoom or by phone
Consult virtually with a career expert for resume help, LinkedIn profile review, and job search strategies for any stage of your career. Appointments are limited to Glenview Library cardholders. Register using this email. Appointments are offered via Zoom or by phone.
This year marks Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th birthday. Join German Historian Anette Isaacs for an intimate look at the life and times of this tragic genius who was as famous for his fiery personality as for his divine ability to turn his personal struggles into supreme and powerful melodies.
In this presentation, you will learn about the best plants to grow in your garden to help attract and benefit pollinators. Participants will also be introduced to a wide array of bee species and pollinators and their benefits and importance to our ecosystem and food industry. Presenter Brian Peterson-Roest is co-founder and President of Bees in the D, a non-profit organization devoted to the education and conservation of honey bees and other pollinators in Detroit and Southeast Michigan.
Learn to use formulas to more easily analyze your data in Excel. This class will show how to automatically calculate and manipulate totals, percentages, averages and ranges. Basic Excel skills required.
Trek the Inca Trail, navigate pristine Patagonia, and explore the Amazon rainforest with Brian Michalski. Fresh off of a year-long journey to South America, Brian returns to the Library to share his experiences and provide travel tips and resources for exploring this challenging, yet deeply rewarding continent.
Shattering box office records and public sensibilities, Mae West rocketed from Broadway to become the highest-paid actress in Hollywood.
Martina Mathisen portrays this American icon who scandalized the censors, rescued studios from bankruptcy, and created stars, including
Cary Grant, who would have remained a nobody without her.
Has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your retirement plans? Job losses, a volatile stock market, and historically low interest rates have many rethinking their financial plans. Whether you are about to retire or are currently in retirement, join Ed Gjertsen II, CFP®, a nationally recognized financial planning professional, in this interactive presentation as he shares decades of financial planning experience to help you navigate the New Normal.
Local Histories Add Clues & Color to Your Genealogy
Local histories are often maligned as inaccurate sources; however, used correctly, these local histories can be very helpful. Kimberly Nagy will explain how these histories can provide clues for further research. Presented in partnership with the North Suburban Genealogical Society.
Learn new ways to organize your data with tables in Excel. This class covers how to create tables and pivot tables, sort and filter data, work with large spreadsheets, and more. Basic Excel skills required.
Take a musical cruise to explore the rich culture of the eastern Mediterranean. George Lawler and Eve Monzingo perform folk music from the Greek islands to the Turkish coastline and down to Egypt on acoustic instruments such as the Sandouri (Greek/Jewish Hammered dulcimer), clarinet, flute, guitar and defi (tambourine).