Chess for children at West Town library: It's your move

By Caleb Nolan, Chicago Public Library children's librarian

Weekly chess lessons return Thursday at the West Town Branch Library, 1625 W. Chicago Ave. Classes from 6 to 7pm through June 11 are supported by East Village Association fund-raising.

Segun Kamara, instructor from Renaissance Knights Chess Foundation, heads the drop-in program through March 3. Segun Kamara led a loyal following of 40 kids in 6 weekly lessons last fall.

Sessions are recommended for children 7 and up, or children ages 5 and 6 accompanied by a parent or guardian.

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