My last newsletter column focused on how Eisenhower has the best customer loyalty program around. Over the last few months, we’ve added even more services available specifically to residents of Norridge and Harwood Heights.
We now offer Eisenhower Exclusives, copies …Read More
Thursday, February 11th, 2016, 3:00 pm
This month we’re discussing The Girl from Krakow by Alex Rosenberg, an epic saga following one woman’s battle for survival as entire nations are torn apart in the 1930s.
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Thursday, December 10th, 2015, 3:00 pm
This month we will discuss I Sailed with Magellan by Stuart Dybek, a collection of stories narrated by a Polish-American growing up on Chicago’s racially diverse South Side in the 1950s and 1960s.
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It seems like almost every store has a loyalty program. There are some good ones out there. I am a fan of the Ulta and Sephora loyalty programs. Fannie Schmoe’s Bakery has offered a punch card that rewards customers after …Read More
Thursday, October 8th, 2015, 3:00 pm
This month we will discuss In America by Susan Sontag, a kaleidoscopic true story of Polish actress Helena Modjeska, her arrival in California in 1876, and her ascendancy to American stardom.
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Thursday, August 13th, 2015, 3:00 pm.
This month, we’ll discuss The Lullaby of Polish Girls by Dagmara Dominczyk is a coming-of-age tale following three young Polish women. Brimming with betrayal and love, as well as the grit of both New …Read More
We are grateful to Congressman Quigley’s office for nominating us for the 2015 National Medal for Museum and Library Service. This is one of the most prestigious awards a library can earn. Platitude or not, I am completely sincere when …Read More
One of our goals at the Eisenhower Library is to make your experience using library services as easy as possible, including the process of finding materials. While our current computer system does allow you to find items, it could definitely …Read More
It’s what drives us every day. We spent all of last year celebrating the fact that, in 1973, the people of Norridge and Harwood Heights decided that a public library was essential to their communities. We take that decision …Read More