Adult Reference Programs—Registration is requested so we will have enough chairs, supplies, and/or refreshments. Please do not hesitate to call the day of a program. There is always room for one more! Please talk to one of our Adult Reference staff.
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Websites of Interest
American Meteor Society founded in 1911. A non-profit scientific organization established to inform, encourage, and support the research activities of both amateur and professional astronomers who are interested in the field of Meteor Astronomy. Check out reports from around the world and register to report your own meteor siting's.
Go to amsmeteors.org
Check out these websites recommended by
the Library Board of Trustees
The World Digital Library: is a free, electronic resource. Rich with literary, historical, scientific, and religious manuscripts and texts,, as well as extensive collections of photographs in a multilingual format, the digital library offers primary materials from countries and cultures around the world. From ancient scrolls to full scan of Gutenberg Bible to Galileo Galilei's handwritten scientific notes, there's plenty of amazing artifacts on this site. Go to www.wdl.org
@YourLibrary.org: the public website for the American Library Association's public awareness campaign, the Campaign for America's Libraries, provides tips and suggestions for ways that families and young people can tap into their local libraries. Go to www.atyourlibrary.org
Archives Portal Europe: is part of the APEx project, supported by the European Commission in the ICT Policy Support Programme. The portal provides access to the national archives of 16 countries. Go to www.archivesportaleurope.net
Bartleby.com: is an electronic text archive that has made thousands of books, manuscripts, reference materials, anthologies, and other texts available for free. You can even access the impressive Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction anthology, which is described as "the most comprehensive and well-researched anthology of all time." Go to www.bartleby.com
Movies are held in the lower level Eide Room. Reservations are suggested but walk-ins are welcome.
Movies & the Library
The Grand Budapest Hotel - March 5 at 6:30 p.m.
The Theory of Everything - April 2 at 6:30 p.m.
Into the Woods - May 7 at 6:30 p.m.
BOOK AND WRITER'S GROUPS
Meets on the third Tuesday of every month at 10:00 a.m.
Led by Lenora Finley
March 17 - "The Last Shepherd" by Martin Etchart
April 21 - "The Portrait of a Lady" by Henry James
May 11 - "The 100-year-old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared" by Jonas Jonasson
Meets on the second Monday of every month at 7:00 p.m.
Led by Amy Blue - 847-395-0874 ext. 227 for more information.
March 19 - "Wandering Falcon" by Jamil Ahmad
April 13 - "Burgess Boys" by Jamil Ahmad
May 11 - "Woman of the Inner Sea" by Thomas Keneally
Meets on the third Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m.
March 17 - April 21 - May 19
This is a self lead group.
Further information about the Writer's Group and upcoming activities can be found at meetup.com or by contacting Amy Blue at 847-395-0874 ext. 227
Check the Adult Program Calendar for spring computer course dates and sessions.
Our information center has current lists of the most recent items added to our collection, as well as community news.
We also offer free Notary services, as well as Voter Registrars.