Monday, March 28, 2021, 7:00 PM.
Join us on our Facebook page every Monday night at 7:00 PM for an online screening of a classic movie. This week we’re watching the adaptation of William Saroyan's play The Time of Your Life.
As of February 28th, Governor Pritzer's statewide indoor mask requirement has been lifted. At this time, we will encourage library visitors, especially the unvaccinated, those who are immunocompromised or with family members who are immunocompromised, and children under five who are not eligible for a vaccine, to wear them as well. However, masks will not be required to enter the library or for library staff.
Don’t wait until the scary season to read Erin Sterling’s witchy romance The Ex Hex.
“I am offering the only thing I have. I am holding out my hand, feeding myself to the hungry future.”
This collection of poetry is about objects from everyday life, parenting, love, memories, hope and solitude.
When I think of mermaids, I think of Ariel, or the mermaids in Peter Pan. Kat Leyh has a whole unique vision of the world of magical mermaids.
Wednesday, March 30, 2022, 7:00 PM.
Join us for an evening with award-winning humorist Jenny Lawson as she discusses her most recent bestseller, Broken (in the best possible way) and her brilliantly funny body of work.
Friday, March 25, 2022, 3:30 PM.
Every month, residents of Central Baptist Village meet in the CBV library to discuss a book chosen by our Outreach Librarian. This month we're reading The Survivors by Jane Harper.
The thriller No Exit debuted on Hulu today Based on the popular novel by Taylor Adams, No Exit tells the story of a young woman stuck at a mountain rest stop with strangers where she finds an abducted girl locked in the back of someone's car. Will she able to save the girl or will she become the kidnappers next victim?
Iron Widow is a world of giant transforming robots that battle the Hunduns, giant alien beasts which threaten to cross the great border walls.
So amidst the technical glitches (and we really appreciate everyone’s patience), Battle 2 went well. All of the teams should be very proud of their efforts.
Please note, there are additional challenge points under review. If any points are awarded, …
“How is it the world keeps going, breathing in and out unchanged, while in my soul there is a permanent scattering?”
This winter visitors to Kids World have been working on some fun sticker art to reveal a mystery picture. I thought it might be fun to show the community how their picture is coming along. Make sure to stop in and add a sticker or two until the picture is fully revealed!
“One thing was for sure: This Christmas was going to be anything but boring.” "Legend had it that the hotel was haunted, and I could well believe it."
Tuesday, March 22, 2022, 7:00 PM.
Join us each month for a virtual book discussion to talk about cozy mysteries. This month's book will be Death Overdue by Allison Brook.
History is full of interesting stories. These picture books are great ones to read and discuss with your family during Black History Month.
During the lockdown period of the pandemic, actor Leslie Jordan delighted his “fellow hunker downers” with his pillow talk on Instagram. Celebrity stories, quips about cooking, observing small joys like leaving the house for a dental appointment: Leslie shared it all with deadpan delivery.
Between 1966 and 1975 stewardesses on Pan Am were required to have a college degree, be between 5’3” and 5’9”, weigh between 105 and 140, speak two languages, and be no older than 26 at the start of their careers.
The Regular Meeting of the Eisenhower Public Library District Board of Trustees February 17, 2022
Shelby was the first to go missing. Then came Meredith and her six-year-old daughter Delilah. Both lived in the same community. Are they connected?
Eleven years later, Delilah returns. What happened to her?