What's Up at the Library?
Drop by for a 20-minute storytime and browse in the bookmobile afterwards. In case of bad weather, the storytime will be canceled, but the bookmobile will be available. Bookmobile stops from 11 a.m.–noon. Storytime is at 11:15 a.m.
Pioneer Park (At the corner of Fairview and Fernandez)
Tuesdays, June 11,18 & 25, July 2, 9 & 16
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Are you interested in creating a marketing video for your small business? We can help! Contact Business Services Librarian Shannon Scanlan at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Business Services Advisor Julie Kittredge at email@example.com. Check out the new spotlight video created for local business, Paper Crown.Gallery. Learn more about our services for small businesses on our Business page.
Come explore our re-designed digital media lab, the Studio, and get creative. Interested in making your own movie or music video, or maybe you would like to touch up some old family photos? Make a reservation for up to two hours at a time or drop in. If you need help with your project, you can make an appointment for one-to-one assistance. Learn more about the Studio. Funded by the Friends of the LIbrary.
Drop in to Kids' World for an iPad "petting zoo" and test-drive learning apps for children with special needs. For all ages.
Join us for snacks and more as we talk about the book Rules by Cynthia Lord. For ages nine and up. Books are available at the Kids' World Desk.
April is National Autism Awareness Month and the library is focusing on raising awareness about this complex disorder through education, resource sharing and programs for all ages. Drop in to view the special exhibit, Stories of Autism in the Marketplace from April 1 – 26. It includes the moving portraits and stories of adults and children on the autism spectrum.
Learn more about autism programs and resources on the library's autism website page.
The library is honoring Women's History Month with a film showing of Miss Representation. The documentary takes an in-depth look at how the media's misrepresentations of women have led to a discriminatory and stereotypical portrayal of females in positions of power, and addresses the impact this has on people in their everyday interactions. Join us for a screening of the film, followed by a discussion.
Join us for these two informative genealogy programs on Saturday, March 23 in the Hendrickson Room.
Join us for this informative panel discussion on women's health. Dr. Amanda Karm, Lindy Camardella, Dr. Jennifer Green, Cindee Manaves, Rachel Matrejek and Lydia Chasen Nadolski will discuss holistic ways to deal with hormones, fertility, disease prevention, basic self-care and more. Co-sponsored with the Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce.