Kids Write Away

Friday, December 23, 4:00-5:00 PM. Grades 4-6.

Want to become the next famous author? Join us for a fun writing class this winter!

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Pen & Ink Writers Group

Mondays, December 19, January 16 & February 20, 7:00 PM

The Pen and Ink Writers Group gathers at the Library 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

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Help! I Need Some Sleep!

Wednesday, December 14, 7:00 PM.

With all our daily stress, sometimes it's hard to get to sleep. Tamara Kowalski provides tips, a lavender spray to take home, and a meditation technique you can access whenever you need rest.

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Tweens Make: An Elf Hat

Monday, December 12, 6:00 PM. Ages 9-12.

Let’s hang out and make a fun craft! Design it for yourself or as a gift for someone special!

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Adaptive Hour & Craft

Sunday, December 11, 12:00 - 1:00 PM. Ages 12 & Under.

Families with children 12 and under who have a diagnosis or disability are invited to visit the Kids World Department for a special hour exclusively for you! Kids will be able to do crafts, explore Kids World. and meet other families in this special before-hours program!

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Fall Book Reading Challenge

The leaves are hitting the ground and turkeys are shaking in their boots. Fall is officially here. Celebrate the season with our Fall Book Reading Challenge and maybe you'll win $50.00.

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50 Years of Eisenhower

In 2023, we'll be celebrating 50 years serving the community of Norridge and Harwood Heights and we want you to be a part of the celebration.

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English Conversation Hour

Thursdays, December 08, January 12 & February 09, 7:00 PM.

Join us for an hour of casual conversation with other patrons who are learning English as a second language. No lessons, just a place to practice your English skills.

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The Origins of Holiday Music

Tuesday, December 06, 6:30 PM.

Where do your favorite holiday songs come from? From traditional to silly, Gregory Alexander (Professor Moptop) delves into who wrote the songs, what inspired them, and who recorded them.

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