The library has posted a part time (24 hours) Teen Services Librarian position. Deadline for application and resume is November 14, 2020 at 4:00pm.Read More
Since reopening our building with limited hours at the end of July, we’ve had a chance to look at how and when you are coming into the building and utilizing library services and materials.
Moving forward, we’d like to expand our hours to best suit your needs. By filling out this survey, we can know your needs better and schedule accordingly. The survey will take 12 seconds or less to complete. Thank you for your participation.Read More
The annual “Honoring our Veterans” display will again be up during the month of November. This fall tradition includes a large photo display of veterans and active military personnel provided by local family members and friends.
Photos can be submitted by emailing them to email@example.com. The library staff can also scan original photos upon request. No personal information will be displayed with the photographs.Read More
Did you miss this program on October 22? Until October 29, you can watch the recording of the presentation here.
Al and Dave Eicher, research historians and television producers have created a lecture presentation, “THE ORPHAN TRAIN ERA” which answers the “why?” questions about the Orphan Train in America.Read More
This month’s maker project is: Constellation Luminaries!
This project will give you a chance to learn more about the night sky!
Supplies for this project will be available just before the staircase on the main level as you enter the library (while supplies last) or click here for a printable version of the activity and instructions.
Send a picture of what you create to firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More
Thursday, October 29 at 7:00pm
Sit back and listen, if you dare, to the entertaining and chilling tales of the historical hauntings of the Midwest.
Stories of the S.S. Eastland, Brookfield Zoo, Fort Dearborn Massacre, and John Dillinger (to name just a few) help to guarantee spooky goosebumps while learning a bit of history at the same time! Recommended for older teens and adults.Read More
This October, join us and roll into reading. Star Wars Reads, a month-long celebration of reading and Star Wars, is back!
Share a photo of you or your child enjoying Star Wars Reads Day in years past or just dressed up in their favorite costume. If you can include a Star Wars book in the photo even better. Be sure to use hashtag #starwarsreads. Photos sent to email@example.com may be posted on the library’s social media channels and will be displayed in the library.
We’ll have special Star Wars book displays up in the Library – check them out. Star Wars Take and Make activities will be available to pick up and take home on Mondays throughout the month of October (while supplies last) or click on the links below to print out.
Discover how to analyze and interpret your dreams
November 2 at 7:00pm via Zoom. Please register here.
Kristy will help you to discover if dreams are really the window to your soul. A dream that is not interpreted is like a letter that has not been opened. Kristy will share how we can analyze and interpret our dreams so that it can help us move forward in our lives and discuss premonitions, visions and visits and how they differ from a mere dream.Read More