Sat., June 4 • 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Get ready for the ACT with a free practice test proctored by C2 Education of Glen Ellyn. Choose a 4 hour test with essay portion or 3 hour test without. Bring your own pencils and calculator. Must live in or attend a high school in Villa Park or Oakbrook Terrace in order to register.
On the day of the test: Students will have a 10 minute break in the middle of the test (bathroom, water, snacks, etc.). The 5 sections of the test are English, Math, Reading, Science, and the essay.
After the test: C2 Education will have results of the test the following week for students to pick up at the Glen Ellyn center. Students may also receive their test results via email. If choosing the first option, students and their parents may also set up an optional free conference at the Glen Ellyn C2 location to go over the test results, which includes academic planning and college counseling.
Important: Please arrive at the library at 9am sharp. Bring your own pencils and calculator.
The library now owns two Roku 3 video streaming devices. Only one device can be checked out at a time. The Rokus may be checked out for two weeks and renewed if there are no holds.
Tue., May 24 • Wed., May 25 • Thu., May 26
It’s that time of the year. Exams are here. Need to stay up late somewhere quiet, with free wifi? Look no further than the library! We’ll be leaving our doors open an extra hour, until 10pm, so that you can get your study game on—and just in case you need some extra fuel, we’ll have plenty of pizza, snacks, and pop on hand to get you through the night! Registration is not required.
7-8pm Therapy Dog visits
8:15pm Pizza is served
5-9pm – All students
9-10pm High School Students only
Wednesdays, June 8–Aug. 10 • 12–1 p.m. In partnership with the Northern Illinois Food Bank, the library is serving free summer meals to children ages 18 and under. This program is coordinated by the Northern Illinois Food Bank and offered at no cost to the Villa Park Public Library and its patrons.
Registration is not required. Please note that all food must be consumed in the program room during the designated time.
Tue., May 17 • 6:00–7:30 p.m. Learn about the basic components of a computer, mouse techniques, and the layout
of Microsoft Windows 7. Includes lecture and hands-on work. A $10 deposit is required at the time of registration and will be refunded to those who attend the class. For high school ages and older. Limit of 6.