Updated: February 28, 2014 6:11AM
Here are events worth getting out of the house for on Jan. 27.
Suggestions include Steger.
(UPDATED 1/27) Tinley Park Public Library has posted a notice saying the program has been "canceled due to the severe cold temperatures. This program will be rescheduled." Live, Learn, And Discover Series: Tinley Park Public Library will host Sherri Miron and Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center at 11 a.m. at 7851 Timber Drive. Seating is limited to 100 for “Keeping Your Mind Fit.” Information: (708) 532-0160, Ext. 3 or tplibrary.org.
The Cuisine Of “Downton Abbey”: Steger-South Chicago Heights Library, 54 E. 31st St., Steger, offers dishes inspired by the TV show at 5 p.m. and recipes to take home. Information: www.ssch.lib.il.us or Michael Ayala at (708) 755-5040.
(UPDATED 1/27) Evergreen Park Public Library has posted this notice: "The Melanie Benjamin presentation and book signing has been cancelled due to extreme weather. It will be rescheduled at a later date, still to be determined." Meet Author Melanie Benjamin: Evergreen Park Public Library, 9400 S. Troy Ave., will present this event at 7 p.m. Benjamin wrote the national best seller “Alice I Have Been” (Bantam) and “The Autobiography of Mrs. Tom Thumb” (Bantam). Copies of her new book, “The Aviator’s Wife” (Bantam), will be available for purchase and signing after the presentation. Information: evergreenparklibrary.org or (708) 422-8522.