Terror in Tuscany: World War II Atrocities will be shown at the Niles Public Library on Wednesday evening, May 2, at 7 p.m. when the award-winning producer Gia Marie Amella presents her latest film.

The 2011 documentary recounts one of the forgotten chapters of World War II. On June 29th, 1944 German SS troops stormed the remote Tuscan village of San Pancrazio brutally murdering 73 people. By the war’s end an estimated 15,000 Italian civilians would become the unwitting targets of the Nazi campaign of violence. Register here.

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ReferenceUSA®is a powerful online source of business and residential information for reference and research. This e-resource is dedicated to making your business day easier. Search for companies by size, location, and industry. Track down addresses and phone numbers and more. Includes detailed information on 14 million U.S. businesses.
  

To search ReferenceUSA from an outside location, you must have a Niles Library card. No card is needed to access this service in person at  the Library. Go to http://www.nileslibrary.org/research/. Choose Business and People Directories.

You can find YouTube training shorts at  www.referenceusa-resourcecenter.com. Or, register for free webcast training sessions by following the Learning Center link at www.referenceusa-resourcecenter.com. These are single, one time sessions. Each is one hour long. Popular sessions include Search Essentials: the 4 things you need to know and People who Seek People.

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Mining the Latest US Census for Genealogical Data

Sun., Apr. 29, 2-3:30pm
Researcher Stephen Szabados presents his popular program, updated and timed to the April 2nd release of the 1940 U.S. Census which will include such unique information as where people lived 5 years before, highest educational grade achieved and detailed income and occupation. Register here.
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Phone Bill Clinic
Tues., April 24 1:30 
 Citizens Utility Board will review home telephone bills and recommend ways to cut costs. On average, folks save $200 per year by making simple changes. You may bring a cell phone bill but more specific advice will be given for a landline. CUB will review one bill per adult. Please come on time and be prepared to wait your turn. Register here.
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The American Library Association and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago are recognizing April 21-28 as Money Smart Week. During this time hundreds of free educational programs will be held to help consumers manage their personal finances.
Niles Library is participating in Money Smart Week with these events:

Apr. 24    Phone Bill Clinic
Apr. 24    Introduction to Morningstar Investment Research Center
Apr. 26    Selling on eBay & Amazon : the Basics
To register for a Niles Library program, go to http://www.nileslibrary.org/calendar.
To see calendar of events for all ages for the Chicagoland area, go to www.moneysmartweek.org/CHICAGO.
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Want to verify a corporation or LLC in Illinois?  Use the State’s cyberdriveillinois website to search The Department of Business Services database. You can find  information regarding corporations, not-for-profit corporations, limited partnerships, limited liability companies and limited liability partnerships, as well as, other business-related information.  Also search for Trademarks/Servicemarks, business forms and more.
 

Want to know if a company is trustworthy?   Use Better Business Bureau  for Unites States or Canadian businesses.
Need demographics and maps? Use ReferenceUSAto research a company and locate people for marketing and sales.
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Money Smart Week@your library
The American Library Association and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago are recognizing April 21-28 as Money Smart Week. During this time, hundreds of free educational programs will be held to help consumers manage their personal finances.
Niles Library is participating in Money Smart Week with these events:

Apr. 24    Phone Bill Clinic
Apr. 24    Introduction to Morningstar Investment Research Center
Apr. 26    Selling on eBay & Amazon : the Basics
To register for a Niles Library program, go to http://www.nileslibrary.org/calendar.
To see calendar of events for all ages for the Chicagoland area, go to www.moneysmartweek.org/CHICAGO.
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