1201 Cedar Lane, Northbrook, IL 60062
Now that spring is finally here, it's time to start planning and preparing your garden. These tips can help you make your garden grow green in an environmentally friendly way.
Are you in high school or starting high school in the fall and interested in volunteering at the library this summer? Are you looking for some more service hours?
The Northbrook Library is accepting applications to the library’s 13th annual juried art show, Flights of Fancy: Unexpected Works of Whimsy starting March 1. We are looking for art that embraces the unusual, repurposes materials, or otherwise takes the viewer to a place of whimsy and wonder. The deadline for entry is May 31, 2015. Works will be on display in the library October 9-November 20. Click here for more info or to apply online. Email email@example.com with any questions.
Are you buying a new car or looking for ways to make your current car and driving habits more environmentally friendly? Greener Cars is a great place to start.
To find the car that's best for you and for the environment, search their interactive database of 15,000 car models from 2000-2015, with ratings based on emissions and fuel economy.
Greener Cars top rated cars of 2015:
While there is no charge for DVDs during February, try some of our environmental documentaries, including:
This year, the amount of tax forms and booklets being provided to the library from the state and federal governments will be drastically reduced. For full details see here.
If you have furniture or housewares to get rid of or are looking for unique home decor at bargain prices, try these local resale and consignment shops.
Village Treasure House (1460 Paddock Dr., Northbrook):
Upscale and vintage furniture and home furnishings. Proceeds support local agencies serving women and children in crisis.
Adult Services is offering a new program for ages 13+.
Learn to make all the interesting DIY projects you see on Pinterest! First up is beaded stretch bracelets.
Have you used up a roll of tape wrapping presents this month? Bring any empty tape cores or disposable dispensers to the library and we will recycle them!
Drop them off at any service desk on the 2nd or 3rd floors:
Reference, Youth Services, Multimedia, Reader Services.
The collection lasts from December 1st to January 15th.