Just in time for back to school! Becky Bartsch, Glenview-based doTERRA Wellness Advocate and Health Coach, shares the health benefits and uses of certified pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils while you make a non-toxic, effective replacement for your alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Limit 30.
North Korea is variously referred to as the “Impossible State” or the “Unknowable State.” Why is this enigmatic state such a problem? Whose problem is it? Or, is it really not such a problem? Join Nick Bubnovich and Richard Yoon as they analyze this conundrum, the history of the Kim dynasty, and the current peace process.
Peter Nolan worked as a broadcast journalist around the country before arriving in Chicago on April 1, 1968, three days before the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. sparked riots on the city’s West Side. Peter presents News Stories, a memoir chronicling this and other moments in his 30-year career of reporting news in the Windy City.
Opera Lecture Series
Thursdays, 7-8:30 PM • Multipurpose Room or Community Room East
Illinois’ new medical marijuana program provides access for patients with specific medical conditions. Rick Niksic, Greenhouse Illinois, shares the facts, science, laws, and requirements to obtain medical marijuana.
Everyone knows what good coffee smells like, but what about tea? Experience a traditional Chinese tea demonstration and participate in the aromatic experience with three types of tea—dragon well, chrysanthemum, and jasmine. Limit 30.
World War II was the first war in history to receive almost continuous coverage on radio. Steve Darnall examines how radio rose to the challenge of life during wartime, with sound clips from news broadcasts, presidential speeches, entertainment shows, programs, and more.
Join Randy Walker as he explores the hits and history of Sun Records—the birthplace of Rock-n-Roll. Randy performs favorites by legends such as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins.
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