On Tuesday, June 5 the Chicago Public Library will offer several FREE workshops that might interest you or someone you know. Now, you don’t need a library card to attend these workshops, but you might as well sign up for a FREE library card while you’re there. It will save you money on museum admissions, ebooks and more.
Four FREE computer basics workshops will be conducted in library branches around Chicago. Learn Mouse & Keyboard Basics from 10am-noon at the Woodson Regional Library at 9525 S. Halsted, Chicago. Learn the Computer: Basics from 11am-noon at the Grand Crossing Library, 1000 E. 73rd Street, Chicago. Learn Internet Search Basics from 12:30pm-1:30 pm or Create and Email Account from 2-3pm at the Harold Washington Library, 400 S. State Street, Chicago. All computer classes are FREE.
From 6-8pm a representative of The City Colleges of Chicago will be on hand at the Harold Washington Library to answer questions about attending community college, applying for financial aid and other questions about this great low-cost educational resource. If you can’t make it on June 5, stop by any Tuesday evening through August 14 to meet with a City Colleges of Chicago representative. Harold Washington Library, 400 S. State Street, Chicago. FREE
At 7pm at the Sulzer Regional Library an attorney will explain how to start a business in Illinois. Law at the Library: Starting a Small Business is presented for FREE by the Chicago Bar Association and The Chicago Public Library. 4455 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago. FREE