A NOTE FROM THE DIRECTOR
In light of the recent election and subsequent events both across the country and here in Morton Grove, the Morton Grove Public Library would like to reassure all of the residents of our diverse community that we are committed to providing a welcoming and safe place for everyone no matter age, sex, race, national/ethnic origin, religion, political views, sexual orientation, gender identity or citizenship status. We support freedom of speech and the open exchange of ideas and opinions — but we will not tolerate any speech or action that threatens the safety of any member of our community.
All are welcome here.
Pam Leffler, Director
Find links to 2016 tax forms and publications, as well as useful sites to help you with filing your returns, on our Online Resources page. If you need assistance locating and printing tax forms and booklets, call or stop by the Info Desk and librarians will be happy to assist you as long as you provide the exact form number.
BOOK TALK: EARTH DAY READS
Join us for April's Book Talk at the American Legion Memorial Civic Center (6140 Dempster Street) on April 5th at 1:00 PM!
April's Book Talk, titled "Earth Day Reads," will renew our appreciation for planet Earth by discussing books about environment, nature, the outdoors, travel and our place in this world. Bring your library card with you because all of the fabulous books discussed will be available for checkout.
ART ATTACK: GETTING ABSTRACT
Friday, March 31 at 4:30PM
If you are a person who loves to draw, color, amaze your friends with your masterpieces, and you are in grades 2-6, this program is for you! Each month we will attack a new and exciting art project that will challenge and build your artistic skills. Dig into the provided art supplies with your creativity and come out an Art Attack winner! For March's Project, we are "Getting Abstract".
Want the next must-read book or new music to listen to in the car? MGPL has resources to help with that. MyMediaMall, eReadIllinois, and Hoopla are full of EBooks, Audiobooks, CDs from your favorite artist, and even movies. Use any mobile device or computer to access the resources. For more information…