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Registration REQUIRED for all programs. Contact the first floor Information Desk at 708.926.7024 for registration or additional information.

Adult Summer Reading Program will run until July 30. It's not too late to sign up!

Information on related programs:
Adult Services Summer Program Brochure 

Library's Summer Newsletter (includes Summer Reading and Tech Training Programs)

Monthly Movies

On the 4th Tuesday morning at 10am, enjoy a movie in the lower-level meeting room of the library. Light refreshments provided.
June 28 - "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel"
July 26 - "The 2nd Best Exotic Marigold Hotel"
August 23 - "Philomena"

Monthly Crochet and Knit Class

Interested in joining a Knit and Crochet Group? Join Blanca Delgado and other like-minded needle enthusiasts for fun activities, sharing of ideas, and a stitching time. All skill levels are welcomed! The meeting is at 6pm on the third Wednesday of the month. Registration required: 708.926.7024

Technology Training

Registration is required for classes. For registration or additional information, please contact the Adult Services Department at 708.926.7024.

SUMMER NEWSLETTER (See page 6 for full list of summer tech classes)

NEW! Romance Book Discussion

Wednesday, July 6 at 7pm

At our next meeting, we will be discussing Accidental Bride by Christina Skye.  Please register so we can provide refreshments for everyone. Books are now available at the Patron Services Desk. 

Traditional Book Discussion Group

The traditional Book Discussion Group meets on the first Thursday of each month at 7pm.  To register, please contact the Adult Services Department at 708.926.7024.

Books are usually available at the Patron Services Desk the month before the discussion.
(Please pick them up more than a week in advance; during the last week before the discussion, the books are returned to their home libraries. Thank you!

July 7
The Rosie Project
by Graeme Simsion

August 4
In the Heart of the Sea
Nathaniel Philbrick

(*Note: Group does not meet during January.)

Society of Lifetime of Readers

Another reading club, the Society of Lifetime Readers, is open to all Library District residents aged 18 and above. No time restraints are placed on you; you can read at your own pace. Prizes are awarded for reading 25, 50, 100, 200, 400 and 800 books. Sign up at the Information Desk.