On this episode of the Deerfield Public Library Podcast, we’re featuring presenters from two of our most popular recent Library programs! First up is Molly Page, author of 100 Things to Do in Chicago Before You Die. She fills us in on some of her favorite things to do in
As hard as it may be to believe, 16-year-old Annabelle begins a 2,700-mile cross-country run with zero planning or foresight. She just knows that she needs to start, and she cannot stop until her heart gives her permission. Her life has imploded and running is the only thing that keeps
Our 6th annual Tournament of Books is back...and it’s bigger and better than ever! This year, we have a whopping five different brackets, and we can’t wait to crown five new champions in March! You can vote for your favorite picture books, early readers, chapter books, comic books, and Teen
On this episode of the Deerfield Public Library Podcast, we had the pleasure of talking to cartoonist Ken Krimstein. He’s the author of the recent book, The Three Escapes of Hannah Arendt, a comics biography of the Jewish-German philosopher. Ken is also a frequent cartoonist for The New Yorker and
Watch some of the best selections in cinema for free with your Library card! I am so excited to announce the launch of Kanopy. This resource will give Deerfield patrons access to thousands of movies, documentaries, TV series, and kids content. Go behind the scenes of Hamilton, or tune in
Read Without Boundaries is returning in 2019 with Volume 2! In 2018 we kicked off a new adult reading program, Read Without Boundaries, designed to challenge readers to read outside their comfort zones. Each month featured a different theme, encouraging readers to try new authors, genres and topics. Our
Announcing our new, unique program series related to Deerfield’s history: The Fight to Integrate Deerfield: 60 Year Reflection. Continuing a community tradition, the Library is inviting residents, historians, and experts to offer new insights into the fight over an integrated housing development that was planned for the village in 1959.