Create shawls, scarves and mittens to donate to Family Shelter Services for families that are victims of domestic abuse. Participants should bring their own materials and tools. Experienced crafters and beginners welcome.
Tuesday, March 26 Tuesday, April 23 Tuesday, May 28
Want to practice your pitch? This is your opportunity to participate in a pitch session by making a 10-minute pitch or observing others and offering feedback. Pitchers can choose from three optional pitch formats: Request funding for growth of your business, Pitch for a strategic partner, make a sales pitch for your product or service. To APPLY to give a 10-minute pitch, please REGISTER for this event.
No registration needed to observe and give feedback at this meet up.
Members of the Naperville Police Department’s Crime Scene Unit will discuss the real-life processing of crime scenes, explaining the proper way to obtain physical evidence for analysis. Get hands-on experience with evidence collection – before tackling 95th St.’s very own (mock) crime scene. *Register.
Celebrate the beginning of summer and the library’s Summer Reading Program with a kickoff dance at the Riverwalk. Juggler Jason Kollum will perform an interactive, high-energy show featuring balancing and juggling stunts, cool skills with spinning balls, frisbees and a variety of interactive skills. In the event of inclement weather, this event will be held in the Community Room at Nichols Library.
Take home (and keep) one shiny new book
or Advanced Reader’s Copy to write a review (the good, the bad, and the ugly)
and bring the review back to the library within the next month. Reviews will be
posted on the teen section of the library’s website.