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.
If you use MyMediaMall and OverDrive to download ebooks and audiobooks, you’ll notice some changes to the design of the MyMediaMall site and OverDrive app starting November 16. Things will look a little different, but the features should remain the same. Learn more from OverDrive about the changes here. If you have questions or encounter problems with the new design, stop by the Info Desk or give us a call at 847-929-5101.
MGPL WRITERS WORKSHOP
Feb. 1st at 7:00 PM
The MGPL Writers Workshop is for writers who want to explore their craft by working on the different elements of storytelling, while simultaneously growing in a community of writers. Bring a work-in-progress to share with the group. Works can be in any genre or format. Writers of any level or professional aspiration are welcome. Visit the Writers Workshop webpage for more information about meetings.
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…
Tuesday, January 24 at 5:00 PM
Do you think math is scary? And are you in grades 3-6? Then the Library can help! Come to Math Club for tricks, tips, and activities to help make math awesome. For January, the club activity's will focus on Coordinate Geometry!
To register for this event, go to our events calendar or call 847-965-4220.