Program Will Offer Tips on Avoiding Identity Theft

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Program Will Offer Tips on Avoiding Identity Theft


Events related to books and those that enrich your mind, such as book signings and sales, writers' groups, classes and discussions. Deadline is two weeks before event date.

Identity Theft: 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 20, Lake Villa District Library, 1001 E. Grand Ave., Lake Villa. Learn how to avoid becoming a victim of identity theft. Register at (847) 356-7711 or visit lvdl.org.

Where Home and School Meet: 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 20, Ela Area Public Library, 275 Mohawk Trail, Lake Zurich. A parenting workshop for parents of preschool-aged children. For adults only. Sign up by calling (847) 438-3433, e-mailing infodesk@eapl.org or visiting eapl.org.

Novel Thoughts: 7 p.m. the third Wednesday of the month, Lake Villa District Library, 1001 E. Grand Ave., Lake Villa. A book discussion for students in grades 4-6. Space is limited. On April 21, discuss "The Boy Who Saved Baseball" by John Ritter. To register, call (847) 356-7711 or visit lvdl.org.

Science Sleuths: 4:30-5:30 p.m. Wednesdays, April 21 and 28, Vernon Area Public Library District, 300 Olde Half Day Road, Lincolnshire. Stories, films and hands-on science activities for students in grades 2-3. To register, call (847) 634-3650 or visit vapld.info.

Social Networking for Book Lovers: 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 21, Wauconda Area Public Library, 801 N. Main St., Wauconda. Discover the value of Web sites like GoodReads, LibraryThing, and Shelfari to book lovers. No charge; registration required. Call (847) 526-6225 or visit wauclib.org.

Dewey or Don't We: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 21, Lake Villa District Library, 1001 E. Grand Ave., Lake Villa. Adult book discussion group will cover "Outliers" by Malcolm Gladwell. For details, call (847) 356-7711 or visit lvdl. …

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