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Award winning storyteller Robert Kikuchi-Yngojo brings ancient Asian mythologies and folktales to life through a blend of storytelling and theater.
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Join us for snacks, good books, discussion and fun! The first meeting will determine what books we will be reading, so be there to voice your opinion. For ages 12–18.
Date and Time: Thursday, June 20, 5–6 p.m.
Location: Cardinal Room
Discover a new author at this book talk about new up and coming writers.
Walk, ride, or skip to the library to join us for a day of old-fashioned summer fun! Qualified bicycle technicians from Village CycleSport in Arlington Heights will be on hand to give your bike a safety check, offering minor repairs on-the-spot and recommendations for further maintenance. Family activities will include bubbles, sidewalk chalk, a bean bag toss, and other childhood favorites. For families.
Location: Library Parking Lot
Beginning June 3 and continuing through September 3, library users living in the northern part of Arlington Heights will have the added convenience of returning their library items at book drops located at Camelot and Frontier Parks. This joint project with the Arlington Heights Park District is a pilot program to evaluate library service in this area of the village. It was initiated now to take advantage of the high traffic at the parks during the summer swim season and saving busy families from having to make an extra trip to the library.
Jenniffer Weigel, columnist for the Chicago Tribune and contributor for the Tribune video team, author and frequent contributor for WGN radio and WGN Television discusses her experiences as a broadcast journalist in Chicago.
Do you suffer from widespread muscle, ligament or tendon pain, stiffness, or tenderness? Is this accompanied by fatigue, anxiety or depression? Join Dr. Mike Dziurgot, DC, Lindy Camardella, LAc, and others to learn natural ways you can heal and possibly reverse your condition. Co-sponsored with the Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce.
Seniors are invited to come to one of these sessions and learn about the full range of statutory exemptions, tax caps and tax deferrals which can be used to reduce and minimize property taxes. Mark Hellner, Director for the Center for Disability and Elder Law, will share helpful information about STOP and provide volunteers to help seniors complete their applications. For seniors, age 65 and older.
To Register for June 20, call 847-392-0100
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