1201 Cedar Lane, Northbrook, IL 60062
The Northbrook Public Library Board of Trustees seeks a candidate to fill a temporary vacancy on the Library Board. The selected candidate will serve until the next regular election on April 9, 2013.
The Library Board is composed of seven members and Trustees must be residents of incorporated Northbrook. On average, the Trustee position takes a commitment of up to 12-15 hours per month (this includes 1-2 meetings and preparation).
Congrats to the 2012 Summer Reading Raffle Prize winners! Many thanks to all our sponsors: Barnaby's of Northbrook, Book Bin, Caribou Coffee, Cheryl Rohlfs & Associates, Dairy Queen Brazier of Northbrook, Francesca's North, Gameworks, Hobby Town, Lou Malnatti's, McDonald's, Meatheads, Noodles & Company, Northbrook Bank and Trust, Sunset Foods, Target, Wheels of Northbrook, Yogen Fruz, and Anonymous.
Did you enjoy the craft table this summer? Keep crafting at home! Here are few online resources Youth Services staff members consulted to come up with project ideas.
Tally's Treasury - Monster Bookmarks
Tired of opening your mailbox full of junkmail? Hate getting phone calls at dinnertime? You can stop most of these nuisances.
Stop unsolicited offers of credit and insurance by going to www.optoutprescreen.com or by calling 1–888–567–8688.
For unwanted mail and email go to www.dmachoice.org.
Fluffles, Booboo, and Mr. Bear had great fun at the Library last night, after all the people had gone home. They enjoyed stories, a pizza picnic, star jar craft, games, and more fun and wackiness! It's fun to see what our lovies got up to when no one was watching. You can look at the whole slideshow on the Library's flickr page.
Dog Days by Jeff Kinney, the fourth book in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, comes to the movie screen in theatres on Friday August 3rd. Looking for a good laugh, pick up one of the books in the series and read the hilarious diary entries of middle-schooler Greg Heffley.
Thursday, August 9th, 7:00pm (Auditorium): Are you overwhelmed by the clutter in your life? Brooks Palmer, author of Clutter Busting Your Life: Clearing Physical and Emotional Clutter to Reconnect with Yourself and Others, will discuss how to let go of those things that are no longer a part of your life.
There's just one week left for the Summer Reading Program. Do you still need to finish your book log? Why not read an Illiois Young Readers' Book Award nominee?
Tuesday, July 24 at 7pm: Om Johari presents a class for those who are familiar with Sudoku basics and who are ready to learn some tricks and strategies for solving these popular puzzles.
Did you notice that the Northbrook Public Library Teens have their own Facebook page?