This week you'll see some landscapers beginning to work around the library. Some of our trees and shrubs have gotten a bit unruly. They look bad and cause sight line safety issues in the parking lot so they need to be replaced Early fall is a good time to plant because the cooler weather and autumn rains put less stress on young plants. So, please bear with us, this work is going to lead to a beautiful spring.
Open Studio hours in The Workshop this Thursday, November 2nd, have unfortunately been canceled.
The space will be open again on Friday at 3:00 PM. We hope you'll drop by then to get creative with our sewing/embroidery machines, Cricut cutter, stamping tools, or digital media equipment.
Vietnam Veterans of America invites veterans and family members to find out about potential health problems from exposure to Agent Orange and other toxic chemicals on September 23rd at 1:00 PM at the Irish American Heritage Center. 4626 North Knox Avenue. For more information, contact the VVA Chapter #242.
We'll be closed September 3rd-5th for Labor Day. Even though we won't be open, you'll still be able to use many library resources. Search the catalog and place holds; download an eBook with Media on Demand; stream movies, audiobooks, and more with Hoopla; or expand your technical and creative skills with Lynda.com.
All of our glasses have been given away again.
All Glasses Are Now Gone
Starting Wednesday, August 16th at 9:00 AM, we'll be offering eclipse glasses to residents of Norridge and Harwood Heights.
Due to high demand and concerns regarding the safety of solar eclipse glasses:
- Glasses will be given exclusively to residents of Norridge and Harwood Heights.
- Glasses will be given only to those with valid Eisenhower Library cards.
- Recipients will be required to sign a waiver.
- Recipients must be 18 or older with valid proof of age.
- Recipients under 18 will need a parent or legal guardian present to sign on their behalf.
- Glasses are limited to two per library card.
- Glasses will be available on a first come, first served basis, while supplies last.
- Glasses will not be held or reserved.
The safest way to view an eclipse is on video. On Monday, August 21st, from 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM, we'll be live streaming NASA's footage of the event. The agency will share images from spacecraft, aircraft, high-altitude balloons, and the International Space Station alongside coverage of eclipse events at parks, libraries, stadiums, festivals, and museums across the U.S.
Flipster allows you to read your favorite magazines digitally on your computer or mobile device.
We'll be closed Tuesday, July 4th for Independence Day. Even though we won't be open, you'll still be able to use many library resources. Search the catalog and place holds; download an eBook with Media on Demand; stream movies, audiobooks, and more with Hoopla; or expand your technical and creative skills with Lynda.com.