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Dr. Mark Howes, DVM, Berglund Animal Hospital, will present a talk on issues of concern to both current and prospective dog and cat owners, including how to select an appropriate pet to match your lifestyle, seasonal health issues, pros and cons of pet health insurance, taking care of your senior pet, and more. A question and answer session will follow. Tuesday, May 22, 7:00pm: Auditorium.
The third book in the Kane Chronicles series by Rick Riordan, The Serpent's Shadow was released on May 1st.
Don’t throw away your used batteries. Bring them to the library. Got a new cell phone? Bring the old one to the Library. Got a new prescription for your glasses? Recycle the old ones at the library. Drop your old used batteries, old cell phones and prescription eyeglasses in the bins in our lobby and help the community. Old glasses are collected for the Lion’s Club, the Village is collecting used batteries and the Cook County Sheriff’s Department collects old cell phones for seniors.
Join us for a panel discussion on why locally grown food is beneficial to your family, the community, the economy, and the environment. The panel will include representatives from the Northbrook Farmers Market, the Northbrook Community Gardens and a health supportive chef. Topics will include how a Farmers Market benefits the community, how community gardens work, why fresh food is better, what organic really means, and more. Wednesday, May 16, 10am, Auditorium.
History comes to life as historical dramatist R.J. Lindsey portrays New York Times Managing Editor Carr Van Anda, who broke the story of the Titanic disaster. Lindsey presents a slide program detailing the Titanic’s construction, its luxurious accommodations and safety features. He then narrates an hour by hour chronology of that fateful day with stories of several passengers on board, why they were there, and what fate awaited them. Co-sponsored by the Friends and the Northbrook Historical Society. Tuesday, May 8 at 7pm, Auditorium.
It's Teen Literatrue Day and in celebration YALSA (the Young Adult arm of the American Library Association) has announced the nominees for Teens' Top Ten.
The $.10 fine for overdue materials has not been raised in over 40 years. To encourage the prompt return of materials, the Board of Trustees has decided to raise the fine to $.20 as of May 1, 2012. If you sign up for your library notices by email, we'll let you know 3 days before an item is due and you may never pay another late fee again.
The Caldecott Medal, awarded annually to an illustrator for the most distinguished American picture book, was announced in January.