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November 2019

Tuesday, November 12

Jewelry: Angel Earrings (Ages 13-Adult)

Adults
Teens
10:30 am
Collaboratory

Make seasonal angel earrings. Supplies provided.

To accommodate demand, we may limit the number of times a patron may repeat a popular program.

Registration starts November 1 at 10 am. Register online, in person, or by phone (847) 272-2098.

Tech Tuesdays

Adults
3:00 pm
2nd Floor, Reference Area

Drop by and get help using eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital magazines, HOOPLA, and your portable device. Bring your device and any user IDs and passwords (Apple ID/password or Amazon account information). No sign up required. Find us on the 2nd floor across from the Reference Desk.

Tech Tuesdays

Adults
3:00 pm
2nd Floor, Reference Area

Drop by and get help using eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital magazines, HOOPLA, and your portable device. Bring your device and any user IDs and passwords (Apple ID/password or Amazon account information). No sign up required. Find us on the 2nd floor across from the Reference Desk.

String Theory: Mixed Media Embroidery (Grades 4-12)

Kids
Teens
4:00 pm
Collaboratory

Create a mixed media art piece using heat transfer vinyl and hand embroidery. Participants must attend both dates. Registering for the first date will automatically register you for the second date. All tools and materials will be provided by the library.

Tuesday, November 12, 4-5 pm, Collaboratory
Tuesday, November 19, 4-5 pm, Collaboratory

To accommodate demand, we may limit the number of times a patron may repeat a popular program.

Registration starts November 1 at 10 am. Register online, in person, or by phone (847) 272-2098.

Teen Advisory Board (Grades 6-12)

Teens
Kids
5:00 pm
Pollak Room AB

Want a way to get service hours, make friends, and eat pizza? Look no further than the Teen Advisory Board! Help us plan teen programming, decorate the loft, and complete service projects. We meet in the Pollak Room on the second Tuesday of nearly every month for an hour. Attendance at every meeting is not required, but we do hope you come to as many as you can!

TAB dates for 2019-2020
September 10
October 8
November 12
December 10
February 11
March 10
May 26

Microsoft Access Part 1

Adults
6:30 pm
Interactive Classroom

In this three part class learn the basics of the Microsoft Access relational database. Part 1 covers navigating Access tables, adding, editing, and deleting information. Parts 2 and 3 cover forms, queries, and reports. Registering for part 1 registers you for all three classes. Part 2 is on Tuesday, November 19. Part 3 is on Tuesday, November 26.

Origami gift boxes

Adults
7:00 pm
Pollak Room A

Add a special touch to you gift giving with these hand made boxes. They are easy to make a great way to recycle paper!

Wednesday, November 13

Baby Play (Birth-12 months, with caregiver)

Kids
9:15 am
Youth Services Activity Room

This program focuses on babies 12 months and younger with their caregiver, introducing music, rhymes, and books for this special age in a friendly, cozy setting.

Book Discussion

Adults
10:00 am
Civic Room

Benjamin Goluboff leads a book discussion of A Handful of Dust by Evelyn Waugh.

Oakton Literacy Class (Afternoon)

Adults
12:30 pm
Interactive Classroom

Meet with teachers from Oakton Community College for Adult Literacy classes. Classes are open to both native and non-native speakers of English. Regular class schedule will be Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 12:30PM - 3:30PM

REGISTRATION - Monday, September 9th and Wednesday, September 11th
Classes begin - Monday, September 16th
Final class - Wednesday, December 11th

Classes will not meet on the following dates: 9/30, 10/9, 11/11, 11/27

Film Screening & Discussion: Donnie Brasco

Adults
2:00 pm
Auditorium

The film is loosely based on the true story of Joseph D. Pistone played by Johnny Depp. Donnie (Depp) crosses the line between federal agent and criminal. We will have Robert Lombardo, PHD, discuss the nature of racket subcultures that are a part of the film.

Rated R
Runtime: 127 minutes

A-Z Mindfulness for Kids (Grades K-5)

Kids
4:00 pm
Pollak Room A

Miss Lani with Banner Day Camp will teach kids powerful, fun and engaging mindfulness techniques by paying attention to the body, breath and mind. Mindfulness is the practice of being aware and focusing on the present moment.

Dinosaur Egg Stress Ball (Grades 4-8)

Kids
4:30 pm
Collaboratory

Use flour and balloons to create a stress ball resembling a dinosaur egg.

Registration starts November 1 at 10 am. Register online, in person, or by phone (847) 272-2098.

Oakton Literacy Class (Evening)

Adults
6:00 pm
Interactive Classroom

Meet with teachers from Oakton Community College for Adult Literacy classes. Classes are open to both native and non-native speakers of English. Regular class schedule will be Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 6:00PM - 8:45PM

REGISTRATION - Monday, September 9th and Wednesday, September 11th
Classes begin - Monday, September 16th
Final class - Wednesday, December 11th

Classes will not meet on the following dates: 9/30, 10/9, 11/11, 11/27

Chess Club

Adults
Teens
Kids
7:00 pm
Pollak Room B

Join our weekly chess club and meet like-minded enthusiasts. Already on a chess team? Stop by and show us what you've got. For all skill levels. Chess sets and clocks will be provided.

Thursday, November 14

Wee Play (Birth-24 months)

Kids
10:00 am
Youth Services Activity Room

Music, rhymes, giggles and books for caregiver and baby. Check-in at the Youth Services Desk. Space is limited.

Wee Play (Birth-24 months)

Kids
11:00 am
Youth Services Activity Room

Music, rhymes, giggles and books for caregiver and baby. Check-in at the Youth Services Desk. Space is limited.

Basic iPad Part 1

Adults
11:00 am
Interactive Classroom

Explore the basics of your iPad including downloading and managing apps, connecting to Wi-fi, and more. Apple ID and password required.

Quilted Pillow for Kids (Grades 4-8)

Kids
4:15 pm
Interactive Classroom

Learn how to sew a quilted pillow in this 2-part class. Signing up for one class automatically signs you up for the second. Basic sewing machine skills are required.

Registration starts November 1 at 10 am. Register online, in person, or by phone (847) 272-2098.

Quilting Pillow for Kids (Grades 4-8)

Kids
4:15 pm
Interactive Classroom

Learn how to sew a quilted pillow in this 2-part class. Signing up for one class automatically signs you up for the second. Basic sewing machine skills are required.

Registration starts November 1 at 10 am. Register online, in person, or by phone (847) 272-2098.

Online Reputation Management and Star Ratings

Adults
7:00 pm
Pollak Room AB

In today’s world, what are your potential customers going to see first: your website, or your profile on one of the many online customer review and star rating portals? If you haven’t asked yourself that question yet, you are far behind your competition. Norbert Barszczewski of SCORE presents a seminar that will guide you through the process of managing your customer reviews. We will analyze best practices and ways to maximize your online ratings. We will discuss online reputation management as an integral part of your existing marketing plan.

Friday, November 15

Chair Yoga

Adults
9:30 am
Pollak Room AB

Due to high demand, we offer TWO yoga sessions. Attend either the 9:30 am session or the 11:00 am session. Space in each session is limited to the first 64 people.

Yoga instructor Olga Rudiak leads a series of yoga sessions for improved physical strength, relaxation and mental clarity. Exercises are done in a chair or standing not on the floor.

Spanish Storytime with Señora Kus

Kids
10:00 am
Story Corner

Have a blast exploring the Spanish language with songs, stories, rhymes and movement. Bilingual storytime is designed to provide English speakers with a brain-building dose of Spanish.

Digitize Your Slides (ages 13-Adult)

Adults
Teens
10:30 am
Collaboratory

No registration required. Come stop by the Collaboratory for a brief demonstration on how to digitize your slide photo in the Peltz Digitization Room.

Joe will be on hand to answer any questions you might have.

Patrons will not be able to digitize any of their slides during this time. Please do not bring any slides with you.

Chair Yoga

Adults
11:00 am
Pollak Room AB

Due to high demand, we offer TWO yoga sessions. Attend either the 9:30 am session or the 11:00 am session. Space in each session is limited to the first 64 people.

Yoga instructor Olga Rudiak leads a series of yoga sessions for improved physical strength, relaxation and mental clarity. Exercises are done in a chair or standing not on the floor.

Books and Bites: Teen Book Discussion (Grades 6-12)

Teens
Kids
5:00 pm
Civic Room

Enjoy your choice of drink and discuss the month’s book at the library. The first 10 registered teens to check in at the Youth Services desk get a free copy of the book.

The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon
Heads up: This book is recommended for grades 8 and up.

Natasha, whose family is hours away from being deported, and Daniel, a first generation Korean American who strives to live up to his parents' expectations, unexpectedly fall in love and must determine which path they will choose in order to be together.

Saturday, November 16

JG's Reptile Road Show

Kids
11:00 am
Pollak Room AB

This exciting and interactive show gets audience members up close and personal with reptiles from around the world!

Todd Kessler Rock Concert

Adults
2:00 pm
Auditorium

Contestant on the Voice and Northbrook hometown musician Todd Kessler will perform a set of solo music.

Sunday, November 17

NaNoWriMo Weekly Write-In

Adults
Teens
2:00 pm
Civic Room

Join us for our weekly November NaNoWriMo write-in. Meet other wrimos, do word sprints and get some writing done. Snacks will be provided.

Fine Arts Fall: The Mischlinge Expose

Kids
Teens
Adults
3:00 pm
Auditorium

Pianist Carolyn Enger presents a multi-media concert on Michlinge (half Jews) and German Jewish converts before, during, and after the Holocaust. The concert will feature music by Jewish composers and video and audio testimonials of her family's experiences in Germany.

Monday, November 18

Great Books

Adults
10:00 am
Civic Room

Join the monthly Great Books Discussion Group led by educator and scholar Robert Waterbury. Share stimulating discussions of classic essays and other short works in a friendly, welcoming setting.

The November reading is The Nature of Things, Books I-II by Lucretius.

Oakton Literacy Class (Afternoon)

Adults
12:30 pm
Interactive Classroom

Meet with teachers from Oakton Community College for Adult Literacy classes. Classes are open to both native and non-native speakers of English. Regular class schedule will be Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 12:30PM - 3:30PM

REGISTRATION - Monday, September 9th and Wednesday, September 11th
Classes begin - Monday, September 16th
Final class - Wednesday, December 11th

Classes will not meet on the following dates: 9/30, 10/9, 11/11, 11/27

Writers League (Grades 6-12)

Teens
Kids
4:00 pm
Youth Services Activity Room

Join us for Writers League! Enjoy some snacks, meet with other writers, and hone your skills through different creativity exercises and writing prompts.

Adult ESL/Literacy Conversation Club

Adults
5:00 pm

Practice English Conversation with others and improve your English speaking skills. Meet new friends, find study partners, and just have fun. Meets in Study Room #2, 2nd Floor.

These sessions will meet weekly on Monday evenings, 5-6pm in Study Room 2.

Dates and location are subject to change. Feel free to drop in whenever you are available. All are welcome. If you would like to volunteer, fill out the application at the following link and our Volunteer Coordinator will contact you as soon as possible:

https://www.northbrook.info/volunteer-application

Oakton Literacy Class (Evening)

Adults
6:00 pm
Interactive Classroom

Meet with teachers from Oakton Community College for Adult Literacy classes. Classes are open to both native and non-native speakers of English. Regular class schedule will be Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 6:00PM - 8:45PM

REGISTRATION - Monday, September 9th and Wednesday, September 11th
Classes begin - Monday, September 16th
Final class - Wednesday, December 11th

Classes will not meet on the following dates: 9/30, 10/9, 11/11, 11/27

Paris to Pittsburgh: Documentary & Discussion

Adults
Teens
6:30 pm
Auditorium

From National Geographic, Paris to Pittsburgh celebrates how Americans are demanding and developing real solutions in the face of climate change. Witness the impassioned efforts of individuals who are battling threats of climate change in their own backyards. From renewable energy to waste, the film explores how taking action decreases economic costs and risks to public health.

Join us for a post-screening discussion.

Cosponsored by Go Green Northbrook

Board Meeting

Adults
6:30 pm
Pollak Room AB

NPL Board & FOL Board Meeting

Tuesday, November 19

Book Discussion

Adults
10:00 am
Civic Room

Nancy Buehler leads a book discussion of Little Faith by Nickolas Butler, including a Skype session with the author.

Intermediate Sewing Machine (Ages 13-Adult)

Adults
Teens
10:30 am
Interactive Classroom

Join us for a more complicated project using the library’s machines. Basic sewing machine skills required. Machines are provided; please do not bring your own sewing machine.

To accommodate demand, we may limit the number of times a patron may repeat a popular program.

Registration starts November 1 at 10 am. Register online, in person, or by phone (847) 272-2098.

Tech Tuesdays

Adults
3:00 pm
2nd Floor, Reference Area

Drop by and get help using eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital magazines, HOOPLA, and your portable device. Bring your device and any user IDs and passwords (Apple ID/password or Amazon account information). No sign up required. Find us on the 2nd floor across from the Reference Desk.

Tech Tuesdays

Adults
3:00 pm
2nd Floor, Reference Area

Drop by and get help using eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital magazines, HOOPLA, and your portable device. Bring your device and any user IDs and passwords (Apple ID/password or Amazon account information). No sign up required. Find us on the 2nd floor across from the Reference Desk.

String Theory: Mixed Media Embroidery (Grades 4-12)

Kids
Teens
4:00 pm
Collaboratory

Create a mixed media art piece using heat transfer vinyl and hand embroidery. Participants must attend both dates. Registering for the first date will automatically register you for the second date. All tools and materials will be provided by the library.

Tuesday, November 12, 4-5 pm, Collaboratory
Tuesday, November 19, 4-5 pm, Collaboratory

To accommodate demand, we may limit the number of times a patron may repeat a popular program.

Registration starts November 1 at 10 am. Register online, in person, or by phone (847) 272-2098.

Microsoft Access Part 2

Adults
6:30 pm
Interactive Classroom

In this three part class learn the basics of the Microsoft Access relational database. Part 1 covers navigating Access tables, adding, editing, and deleting information. Parts 2 and 3 cover forms, queries, and reports. Registering for part 1 registers you for all three classes. Part 1 is on Tuesday, November 12. Part 3 is on Tuesday, November 26.

K-9 Reading Buddies (Grades K-5)

Kids
6:30 pm
Youth Services Activity Room

Readers who can read independently can practice their skills and build confidence by reading to a friendly registered therapy dog from K-9 Reading Buddies! Space is limited, so please register in person or by phone for a 15 minute time slot.

JCC Chicago Meet the Author: Adam Frankel

Adults
Teens
7:00 pm
Auditorium

JCC Chicago presents Adam P. Frankel, a senior speechwriter for President Barack Obama and author of The Survivors: A Story of War, Inheritance and Healing, a memoir of family, the Holocaust, trauma, and identity. In his book, Adam comes to terms with the legacy of familial pain amid a shocking revelation about his own bloodline.

Wednesday, November 20

Baby Play (Birth-12 months, with caregiver)

Kids
9:15 am
Youth Services Activity Room

This program focuses on babies 12 months and younger with their caregiver, introducing music, rhymes, and books for this special age in a friendly, cozy setting.

Oakton Literacy Class (Afternoon)

Adults
12:30 pm
Interactive Classroom

Meet with teachers from Oakton Community College for Adult Literacy classes. Classes are open to both native and non-native speakers of English. Regular class schedule will be Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 12:30PM - 3:30PM

REGISTRATION - Monday, September 9th and Wednesday, September 11th
Classes begin - Monday, September 16th
Final class - Wednesday, December 11th

Classes will not meet on the following dates: 9/30, 10/9, 11/11, 11/27

Funeral Pre-Planning

Adults
2:00 pm
Pollak Room AB

Are you prepared? You may have health and car insurance but are you prepared for the inevitable?
Faith Avner of Randhill/Shalom Memorial Park and Funeral Home will discuss what funeral planning involves and why it's a good idea to arrange for your own in advance.
Bring your questions about cemeteries, funerals, and pre-planning to this light-but-serious talk.

Collaboratory Closed 2-4pm

Adults
Kids
Teens
2:00 pm
Collaboratory

The Collaboratory is closed from 2pm-4pm on the third Wednesday of every month for a department meeting.

Cricut for Kids (Grades 4-8)

Kids
4:00 pm
Collaboratory

Design and cut your own keychain. Supplies provided.

Registration starts November 1 at 10 am. Register online, in person, or by phone (847) 272-2098.

Lightroom Basics (Age 13-Adult)

Adults
Teens
6:00 pm
Collaboratory

Learn step by step instructions on editing and enhancing your photographs. Turn dull photos into something special quickly and easily.

Registration starts November 1 at 10 am. Register online, in person, or by phone (847) 272-2098.

Oakton Literacy Class (Evening)

Adults
6:00 pm
Interactive Classroom

Meet with teachers from Oakton Community College for Adult Literacy classes. Classes are open to both native and non-native speakers of English. Regular class schedule will be Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 6:00PM - 8:45PM

REGISTRATION - Monday, September 9th and Wednesday, September 11th
Classes begin - Monday, September 16th
Final class - Wednesday, December 11th

Classes will not meet on the following dates: 9/30, 10/9, 11/11, 11/27

Chess Club

Adults
Teens
Kids
7:00 pm
Pollak Room B

Join our weekly chess club and meet like-minded enthusiasts. Already on a chess team? Stop by and show us what you've got. For all skill levels. Chess sets and clocks will be provided.

Film Screening & Discussion: Most Likely to Succeed

Adults
7:00 pm
Auditorium

Most Likely to Succeed is a documentary examining the history of education in the U.S., and exploring new approaches to education to prepare people for 21st century careers. The screening will be followed by a panel of local educators discussing the film’s ideas.

Books on Tap: America for Beginners

Adults
7:00 pm
Landmark Inn

This book discussion will be about "America for Beginners" by Leah Franqui.

A widow from India travels to California to learn the truth about what happened to her son who was declared dead shortly after he revealed his sexual orientation to their traditional family.

Thursday, November 21

Wee Play (Birth-24 months)

Kids
10:00 am
Youth Services Activity Room

Music, rhymes, giggles and books for caregiver and baby. Check-in at the Youth Services Desk. Space is limited.

Wee Play (Birth-24 months)

Kids
11:00 am
Youth Services Activity Room

Music, rhymes, giggles and books for caregiver and baby. Check-in at the Youth Services Desk. Space is limited.

Coding Club (Grades 5-12)

Kids
4:00 pm
Youth Services Activity Room

Try your hand at Python programming as we move from basics to drawing, then gaming and robotics with a variety of projects.

Quilted Pillow for Kids (Grades 4-8)

Kids
4:15 pm
Interactive Classroom

Learn how to sew a quilted pillow in this 2-part class. Signing up for one class automatically signs you up for the second. Basic sewing machine skills are required.

Registration starts November 1 at 10 am. Register online, in person, or by phone (847) 272-2098.

Quilting Pillow for Kids (Grades 4-8)

Kids
4:15 pm
Interactive Classroom

Learn how to sew a quilted pillow in this 2-part class. Signing up for one class automatically signs you up for the second. Basic sewing machine skills are required.

Registration starts November 1 at 10 am. Register online, in person, or by phone (847) 272-2098.

Create a Photo Slideshow (Ages 13-Adult)

Adults
Kids
6:00 pm
Collaboratory

Create your own photo slideshow using iMovie and digital photos.
Beginner computer skills required.

Registration starts November 1 at 10 am. Register online, in person, or by phone (847) 272-2098.

Flyer Design Basics

Adults
7:00 pm
Interactive Classroom

Learn an easy way to design a flyer for your next event using Microsoft Word.

CinemaSpeak: Film Discussion

Adults
7:00 pm
Pollak Room A

Watch at home. Talk at library.

Please join us for a discussion of the film A Woman in Berlin (2008).

Board Meeting

Adults
7:30 pm
Civic Room

Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Northbrook Public Library

Friday, November 22

Chair Yoga

Adults
9:30 am
Pollak Room AB

Due to high demand, we offer TWO yoga sessions. Attend either the 9:30 am session or the 11:00 am session. Space in each session is limited to the first 64 people.

Yoga instructor Olga Rudiak leads a series of yoga sessions for improved physical strength, relaxation and mental clarity. Exercises are done in a chair or standing not on the floor.

Chair Yoga

Adults
11:00 am
Pollak Room AB

Due to high demand, we offer TWO yoga sessions. Attend either the 9:30 am session or the 11:00 am session. Space in each session is limited to the first 64 people.

Yoga instructor Olga Rudiak leads a series of yoga sessions for improved physical strength, relaxation and mental clarity. Exercises are done in a chair or standing not on the floor.

Saturday, November 23

Family LEGO Club (All Ages, Drop-In)

Kids
10:30 am
Pollak Room AB

Drop in and build a spectacular Lego creation! Each month will feature a different challenge to stretch your building skills.

Sunday, November 24

NaNoWriMo Weekly Write-In

Adults
Teens
2:00 pm
Civic Room

Join us for our weekly November NaNoWriMo write-in. Meet other wrimos, do word sprints and get some writing done. Snacks will be provided.

Fine Arts Fall-EStrella Duo

Adults
Teens
Kids
3:00 pm
Auditorium

The EStrella Duo, Svetlana Belsky and Elena Doubovitskaya, return to the library to present an engaging afternoon of piano music for four hands. Ms. Belsky and Doubovitskaya are accomplished teachers and performers who have performed in Europe, Asia, and the U.S.

Monday, November 25

Oakton Literacy Class (Afternoon)

Adults
12:30 pm
Interactive Classroom

Meet with teachers from Oakton Community College for Adult Literacy classes. Classes are open to both native and non-native speakers of English. Regular class schedule will be Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 12:30PM - 3:30PM

REGISTRATION - Monday, September 9th and Wednesday, September 11th
Classes begin - Monday, September 16th
Final class - Wednesday, December 11th

Classes will not meet on the following dates: 9/30, 10/9, 11/11, 11/27

Adult ESL/Literacy Conversation Club

Adults
5:00 pm

Practice English Conversation with others and improve your English speaking skills. Meet new friends, find study partners, and just have fun. Meets in Study Room #2, 2nd Floor.

These sessions will meet weekly on Monday evenings, 5-6pm in Study Room 2.

Dates and location are subject to change. Feel free to drop in whenever you are available. All are welcome. If you would like to volunteer, fill out the application at the following link and our Volunteer Coordinator will contact you as soon as possible:

https://www.northbrook.info/volunteer-application

Oakton Literacy Class (Evening)

Adults
6:00 pm
Interactive Classroom

Meet with teachers from Oakton Community College for Adult Literacy classes. Classes are open to both native and non-native speakers of English. Regular class schedule will be Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 6:00PM - 8:45PM

REGISTRATION - Monday, September 9th and Wednesday, September 11th
Classes begin - Monday, September 16th
Final class - Wednesday, December 11th

Classes will not meet on the following dates: 9/30, 10/9, 11/11, 11/27

Lyric Opera Lecture-Three Queens

Adults
7:00 pm
Pollak Room A

The Lyric Opera Lecture series introduces patrons to The Three Queens. This is a semi-staged opera that combines the finales of Donizetti's Anna Bolena, Maria Stuarda, and Roberto Devereux. Filled with drama and vocal virtuosity, this opera is guaranteed to move the soul!

Tuesday, November 26

Tech Tuesdays

Adults
3:00 pm
2nd Floor, Reference Area

Drop by and get help using eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital magazines, HOOPLA, and your portable device. Bring your device and any user IDs and passwords (Apple ID/password or Amazon account information). No sign up required. Find us on the 2nd floor across from the Reference Desk.

Tech Tuesdays

Adults
3:00 pm
2nd Floor, Reference Area

Drop by and get help using eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital magazines, HOOPLA, and your portable device. Bring your device and any user IDs and passwords (Apple ID/password or Amazon account information). No sign up required. Find us on the 2nd floor across from the Reference Desk.

Microsoft Access Part 3

Adults
6:30 pm
Interactive Classroom

In this three part class learn the basics of the Microsoft Access relational database. Part 1 covers navigating Access tables, adding, editing, and deleting information. Parts 2 and 3 cover forms, queries, and reports. Registering for part 1 registers you for all three classes. Part 1 is on Tuesday, November 12. Part 2 is on Tuesday, November 19.

Pajama Stories (Families)

Kids
6:30 pm
Story Corner

Put on your coziest pajamas and join us for a half hour of stories and fun!

Wednesday, November 27

Baby Play (Birth-12 months, with caregiver)

Kids
9:15 am
Youth Services Activity Room

This program focuses on babies 12 months and younger with their caregiver, introducing music, rhymes, and books for this special age in a friendly, cozy setting.

Serial Readers (Grades 4-6):Powerless by Matthew Cody

Kids
4:00 pm
Youth Services Activity Room

Read a book that is first in a series and have fun with a lively discussion and games while snacking on pizza. Pick up a copy of the book at the Youth Services desk. Books will be available the month before the program.

Thursday, November 28

Friday, November 29

Chair Yoga

Adults
9:30 am
Pollak Room AB

Due to high demand, we offer TWO yoga sessions. Attend either the 9:30 am session or the 11:00 am session. Space in each session is limited to the first 64 people.

Yoga instructor Olga Rudiak leads a series of yoga sessions for improved physical strength, relaxation and mental clarity. Exercises are done in a chair or standing not on the floor.

Friends of the Library Black Friday Book Sale

Adults
10:00 am
Lobby

Satisfy your Black Friday shopping needs by shopping at the Friends' of the Library's Black Friday used book sale. Continues on Saturday too! Your purchases support the Friends and the library.

Chair Yoga

Adults
11:00 am
Pollak Room AB

Due to high demand, we offer TWO yoga sessions. Attend either the 9:30 am session or the 11:00 am session. Space in each session is limited to the first 64 people.

Yoga instructor Olga Rudiak leads a series of yoga sessions for improved physical strength, relaxation and mental clarity. Exercises are done in a chair or standing not on the floor.

Saturday, November 30

Friends of the Library Black Friday Book Sale

Adults
9:30 am
Lobby

Satisfy your Black Friday shopping needs by shopping at the Friends' of the Library's Black Friday used book sale. Your purchases support the Friends and the library.

Saturday Youth Film: Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Kids
Teens
Adults
10:30 am
Auditorium

Having spent most of her life exploring the jungle, nothing could prepare Dora (Isabela Moner) for her most dangerous adventure yet -- high school. Accompanied by a ragtag group of teens and Boots the monkey, Dora embarks on a quest to save her parents while trying to solve the seemingly impossible mystery behind a lost Incan civilization.

2019
Rated PG
102 minutes
PRESENTED IN DCP

Saturday Youth Film: Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Kids
Teens
Adults
2:00 pm
Auditorium

Having spent most of her life exploring the jungle, nothing could prepare Dora (Isabela Moner) for her most dangerous adventure yet -- high school. Accompanied by a ragtag group of teens and Boots the monkey, Dora embarks on a quest to save her parents while trying to solve the seemingly impossible mystery behind a lost Incan civilization.

2019
Rated PG
102 minutes
PRESENTED IN DCP

November 2019