RAISING CHILDREN IN THE DIGITAL AGE
November 3, 2016
Concerned about parenting in the digital age? Learn how technology can be a tool and not a distraction and become a digitally engaged parent. We’ll teach you how to choose apps that enrich language development, how to use technology to get the most out of everyday activities, and much more.
To register for this events, go to our events calendar or call 847-965-4220.
BOOK TALK: POLITICAL THRILLERS
Join us for November's Book Talk at the American Legion Memorial Civic Center (6140 Dempster Street) on November 2nd at 1:00 PM!
November's Book Talk, titled "Political Thrillers," brings the election season to the books by discussing some of the best political thrillers and espionage books ever. Bring your library card with you because all of the fabulous books discussed will be available for checkout.
FAMILY READING NIGHT
Family Reading Night (sponsored by Jesse White, Secretary of State, and the Illinois Center for Book) is an annual event for families to spend time reading together. This year's event is on November 17th.
Stop by Youth Services between November 1st and 17th to pick up supplies to make your Family Reading Night special (book bag, popcorn, hot chocolate and a book to share). Then, on Nov. 17th, take time to read together as a family.
FIRST LINE FRIDAY: THE NEST
"As the rest of the guests wandered the deck of the beach club under an early-evening midsummer sky, taking pinched, appraising sips of their cocktails to gauge if the bartenders were using the top-shelf and balancing tiny crab cakes on paper napkins while saying appropriate things about how they'd really lucked out..."
- The Nest by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney
To finish the opening sentence and find out why they are lucky: click here.
ART ATTACK: ZOMBIE SELF PORTRAITS
If you are a creative person (Grades 2-6) who loves to draw, color, and amaze your friends with your masterpieces, this monthly program is for you!
October's Art Attack will be Zombie Self Portraits, where you will imagine yourself as a zombie. To register for this event, go to our events calendar or call 847-965-4220.
Friday, October 28 at 4:30 PM