As we near the end of 2018, it's time when many people choose to reflect on the past and make changes for the future. No matter what your resolutions are, we have something to help get the year off to a great start. Grab your library card and:
We have a lot of fun activities for kids planned for winter break, including the chance to get messy, create some “bad art,” conduct experiments, and count down to 2019 at our “Noon Year’s Eve" celebration.
Content Specialist at Northbrook Public Library, Jane Huh, toys with committing to writing 50,000 words by the end of November for NaNoWriMo.
This November, we are celebrating the Illinois Bicentennial, and we invite you to join us at these programs that honor the history of our great state.
As we highlight the works of Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky, considered one of the greatest directors of the 20th century, as part of the library's Film Craft Celebration, a Northbrook family reached out to Fiction & Media Assistant, Aaron Ashmann with an amazing story.
Lucy, a Glenbrook North High School student, was one of four teen volunteers who helped lead Korean Storytime in the Northbrook Public Library.
Too cold to go outside? No problem. Discover how your library card can become your ticket to entertainment and learning this winter!
We will be celebrating the craft of filmmaking in October and November.