Programs

To register for an event simply choose the event you want to sign up for using the event calendar. Once chosen just fill out the registration form.


Youth Services Virtual Programs


Miss Danielle’s Flannel Board Storytime

You will have so much fun watching Miss Danielle sing and tell stories with flannel boards.

Miss Kelly’s Book Talk

Looking for a good book to read? Miss Kelly has some great suggestions that she’s excited to tell you all about.
Suggested for 4th – 5th grade readers.

Little Scientists/Chefs with Miss Sue

Preschoolers and their caregivers will enjoy exploring science and cooking with Miss Sue.

Librarian’s Lab

The librarians will demonstrate how to do awesome science experiments. Follow along at home with an adult.

Signing Storytime

Miss Ari will share some of her favorite books presented in American Sign Language.

First Chapter Thursday

Mr. Kevin will read the first chapter of a selected book and tell you about other read-alikes.
Suggested for 4th – 5th grade readers.

Naptime Chat

Tuesday, June 16, June 30, July 14 & July 28; 1:00 – 1:30 pm

Parents and caregivers, join Miss Danielle on Zoom to have some adult time while your little one is resting.

Book Buddies

Wednesday, June 17 & July 15; 10:00 – 10:30 am

Join Miss Becky on Zoom to read and talk about award winning books.

Grades K-2.

 


Young Adult Services Virtual Programs

-Dungeons & Dragons

-Young Writer’s Club

-Take and make crafts

See event calendar for information and registration


Adult Services Virtual Programs

 

The History of the Beach Boys

This Zoom presentation will focus on The Beach Boys “sunniest” years from 1962-1967.

Martin Luther King in Chicago

Historian Clarence Goodman will present a program on the turbulent times of the Civil Rights Movement and Martin Luther King’s message during the times he visited Chicago.

Henry Knox’s Noble Train: An America Revolution

This Zoom presentation covers the inspiring story of a little-known hero’s pivotal role in the American Revolutionary War during the brutal winter of 1775-1776.

Award Winners & Classics Book Discussion

Discuss Lily and the Octopus by Steven Rowley through Zoom.

Sci-Fi, Fantasy, & Horror Book Club

Discuss Trail of Lightning by Rebecca Roanhorse through Zoom.

Thursday Afternoon Book Discussion

Discuss Lab Girl by Hope Jahren through Zoom.

Let’s Talk Books!

Join us for a series of adult book talks about various themes and genres! Watch on Facebook on Thursdays at 7 PM.

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