In February, the Northbrook Public Library is launching two Spanish language-based programs: a Fun with Spanish Story Time, and a four-session Sing and Play Spanish Class.
February is a time to remember presidents past and look towards the future. Just in time for the start of primaries and caucuses, the Northbrook Public Library is offering three exciting events to help you celebrate President’s Month:
If the start of a new year has stirred up an impulse to take on a new hobby or clear out your craft supply clutter, you may want to hold on until the end of the month.
For many, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a day off school.
Attention high school students: This year, the Northbrook Public Library’s annual Finals Café is better than ever. Finals Café, which runs from January 17-19, offers more available study space, as well as extended hours, to help students prep for their final exams.
The 23rd season of Fine Arts Fall, the Northbrook Public Library’s annual concert series, will conclude with a Gala Finale Concert on Sunday, January 3 at 2pm in the Library’s Auditorium.
At the Northbrook Public Library, there’s a literary activity for kids of all ages, and now there’s a new book discussion joining the list in November: Serial Readers.
Think you can write 50,000 words of a novel in just 30 days?
On Tuesday, October 27 at 7pm, the Northbrook Public Library will host a panel of four mystery writers as part of a special installment of the Evening with the Author series.
The Northbrook Public Library will host a Homeschool Book Swap on Saturday, October 17 from 9-11am in the Youth Services Activity Room.