Every month we'll watch a movie and discuss the book from which it was adapted. This month we'll watch Wag the Dog after reading the book by Larry Beinhart. A spin-doctor and a movie producer fabricate a war to distract from a political scandal. Rated R. 1h 37m.
Copies of the book will be available at the Library Services Desk approximately one month before the screening.
Looking for a play destination this summer? Come see what creative fun we are offering for little ones and their caregivers. We'll rotate activities to keep things interesting. Children under the age of seven must be attended by a parent or caregiver.
Writers in grades 7 - 12 are invited to join in on a weekly hour and a half of socializing, discussion, and, of course, writing! Share your poems and stories in a supportive space or listen to others read.
Coming to our Movies in the Park on July 21 and August 11? You better bring something to eat. Food expert Camille Stagg will teach you the best way to pack a picnic and offer samples of delicious picnic treats.
Afterwards, watch 101 Dalmatians.
Registration begins May 1 for Norridge and Harwood Heights residents with valid library cards. Others may register beginning May 8.
Being able to do the job and being able to interview for the job are very different skills. Learn strategies to handle yourself effectively in a job interview. Practice your interviewing skills and learn how to interview with confidence.
Registration begins May 1 for Norridge and Harwood Heights residents with a valid library card. All others may register beginning May 8.
Get a peek into the comic book world by working with professional writers and artists, Eric Rohmann, Ali Cantarella, and Wesley Sun to bring your comic vision to life. You'll end up with your own mini-comic and everyone's work will be bound into a book that will be available for checkout from the library. All materials will be supplied but feel free to bring your favorite writing and drawing tools.
The Pen and Ink Writers Group gathers on the third Monday of each month to read short stories, poems or essays, all inspired by a common theme. Build up your writing skills through practice, presentation and positive critique. This month's theme is STAMP.