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Protect your identity:.

Protect your identity:

The Palatine Public Library District will present a free program titled "Protecting Your Identity and Other Assets" from 7 to 8 p.m. Sept. 16. Representatives from Palatine Bank and Trust will review ways to recognize, respond and reduce the risks of identity theft, along with strategies for protecting assets. To sign up, call (847) 358-5881, ext. 167, or visit palatinelibrary.org. The library is at 700 N. North Court.

Career center changes name:

The Community Career Center, 1815 W. Diehl Road, Suite 900, Naperville, has changed its name to Career & Networking Center to reflect the importance of networking in professional and personal life. The center, which provides job search assistance, aims to continue to be a place for individuals to connect and receive support in career development, said Kimberly White, executive director. The coaching, training and seminars the center provides in networking, career strategy, skill development and other job search topics have not changed. The center's services are available to members who join for a nominal fee without geographic restrictions. For details, visit www.careernetworkingcenter.org or call (630) 961-5665.

Dog parade in Aurora:

Registration is open for the second annual Aurora Pooch Parade, set for 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 8, at Phillips Park, 1000 Ray Moses Drive. Owners can register dogs online until Friday, Sept. 6, at www.aurora-il.org/PoochParade. Dogs must be current on vaccinations, socialized and leashed to participate. The first 100 registrants are guaranteed a spot and can compete for awards. A panel of judges will cast ballots to decide the winners. The parade will include dogs available for adoption. Donations are encouraged, and the center is seeking grain-free canned food and treats, small beds, shampoo, brushes and combs, fleece blankets and squeaky toys. Food trucks, puppy pools, pet supply vendors and music also will be on site during the event.

Vernon Hills cooking program:

Registration is open for a free cooking program at McAlister's Deli, 99 E. Townline Road, Vernon Hills. Sponsored by the Cook Memorial Public Library District, the class is set for 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12. Participants will learn how to create easy deli dishes, including something off the McAlister's menu. Pastry chef Cathi Volante will share cake decorating techniques, too. To register, call (847) 362-2330 or visit webres.cooklib.org. Also register at the Cook Park Library in Libertyville or the Aspen Drive Library in Vernon Hills.

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