Tuesday Night Acoustic Jam

Tuesday, July 05, 12, 19, 26, & August 02, 6:30 PM.

Join us for five Tuesday evening acoustic jam sessions. Bring your guitar, ukulele, harmonica, or other acoustic instrument to play along or enjoy the performances of others. No amps, no mics, just fun.


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Facebook Movie Night: Indestructible Man

Monday, July 11, 2022, 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 sci-fi thriller Indestructible Man.


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Mobile Museum of Tolerance

July 18 - 22, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

Visit the Mobile Museum of Tolerance, an initiative of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, bringing world-class learning experiences to communities across the state of Illinois. In the museum, learn about how ordinary citizens stood up against oppression in Nazi Germany and how people today can take an active role in preventing hate and promoting tolerance.


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The Heart Principle by Helen Hoang

Violinist Anna Sun is staggering under her cascading problems. She’s blocked musically and can’t perform in public, let alone in the recording studio. Her therapist is calling out her tricks for masking and pushing Anna to create boundaries with her parents and sister.


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Tuesday Night Acoustic Jam

Tuesday, July 05, 12, 19, 26, & August 02, 6:30 PM.

Join us for five Tuesday evening acoustic jam sessions. Bring your guitar, ukulele, harmonica, or other acoustic instrument to play along or enjoy the performances of others. No amps, no mics, just fun.


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Facebook Movie Night: Hook, Line and Sinker

Monday, July 04, 2022, 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 Wheeler and Woolsey comedy Hook, Line and Sinker.


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The Grace Year by Kim Liggett

The Grace Year, by Kim Liggett is an eerie look into a fictional cult-like society where young women are thought to gain a wicked magic when they reach womanhood.


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We Ride Upon Sticks by Quan Barry

It’s 1989, and the Lady Falcons of Danvers, Massachusetts are staring down another losing season of field hockey. Instead of going full Bad News Bears, the goalie decides to try something new and pledge her soul to the devil in exchange for victory at the state finals.


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Bring Your Own Book Club

Friday, July 01, 3:30 PM.

Have a favorite book or two (or four) you'd like to share with fellow readers and librarians? Drop into our BYO book club to tell us about them!


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Eisenhower Treasure Hunt

June 01–August 31, 2022.

There is a treasure hunt for kids and teens happening at Eisenhower! Sign up each month on Beanstack for an increasingly challenging photo scavenger hunt. Complete each month for prizes!


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June 2022 LibraryReads List

Every month at libraryreads.org, librarians across the county nominate their favorite books. Whichever books get the most nominations go onto the monthly list. Place holds now to get these sure-to-be popular books as soon as possible after they're released ...


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The Lightest Object in the Universe by Kimi Eisele

So many post-apocalyptic stories are dismal and cynical, focusing on evil people capitalizing on a new chaotic paradigm to do terrible things to other people. Whenever I've read books like Cormac McCarthy's The Road, Steven King's The Stand, or even when watching The Walking Dead, I've often thought that, in a real post-apocalyptic scenario, people would probably work together to rebuild society, rather than tear each other down.


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