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Neighbors of Kane County

Upcoming fall events at the Geneva Library

Aug 31, 2016 10:29AM ● By Neighbors Magazines

To register or see a complete listing of events and programs visit or call 630-232-0780.

Alexander Hamilton: The American Rags to Riches Story

Sept. 12, 7pm

Alexander Hamilton was born in the Caribbean and abandoned as a child. Terry Lynch will discuss how Hamilton’s humble beginnings planted the seeds of opportunity for this founding father who helped create a government he could never run as president.


Twitter 101

Sept. 14, 7pm

Join us for an introduction to Twitter, including how to set up an account, how to start tweeting and understanding hashtags.

Healthy Living Series

Sept. 15, 6:30pm.

Watch The Happy Movie—all about how to find happiness. Then stick around for the discussion and healthy snacks! Co-sponsored by Ginsberg Chiropractic, Geneva Fit Gym and Dick Pond Athletic Store.

The Ghosts of Route 66

Oct. 5, 12pm

David Clark will explore with us both the ghost stories and the ghost towns to be found along Route 66, the country’s most famous highway. Bring your lunch if you wish, or enjoy complimentary coffee and cookies.

Explore the Raspberry Pi

Oct. 10, 7pm

Join Kenneth Morris of Scientagious Adventures to explore the basic setup and features of the Raspberry Pi, a complete computer the size of a credit card. This class is limited to 16 participants.

Medicare 101

Oct. 19, 7pm

Medicare can be confusing! David Wylly of Medicare Solutions Net­work will discuss what Medicare covers, what it doesn’t, and your potential out of pocket exposure. Learn about Supplements, Ad­vantage Plans, Part D Prescription Coverage, and cost saving strategies for the years ahead.

The Haunted Page

Oct. 20, 7pm.

William Pack returns with an all new horror-themed show of tricks and tales for Oct. evenings!

Jim Gill Campaign for Play Concert

Oct. 23, 1pm

Jim Gill returns with a family concert celebrating his Nationwide Campaign for Play and the release of his new CD, Vote for Jim Gill. Tickets are available beginning Sun., Oct. 9 for Geneva Public Library cardholders.