Coming this spring! An exciting multi-library collaborative program to help you to discover "Your City @ Home", through which you'll have the opportunity to "visit" many Chicago-area museums virtually on Saturdays in April and May. Register for one or all museum tours. Space is limited, so register early! Saturday, April 3,
We’re starting off the new year with another virtual activity based on the Choose Your Own Adventure stories. Our Choose Your Own Story: Pete the Cat Mystery is now available. Pete the Cat goes to put on his coat one morning when he discovers his four groovy buttons are missing!
We’ve created another virtual activity for our patrons to keep busy during these times. Our Escape Rooms always are a very popular event so we decided to create a Virtual Escape Room for our patrons! We’re calling it Escape the Magic Tower. An evil witch has trapped poor Rapunzel in
Are you looking for something fun to both make and play with your family? Then this craft is for you! Materials you will need: four paper plates (plain white would work best, but any color plates are fine) one paper towel tube scissors markers (crayons or colored pencils are fine
Since you can’t come to our KiDLS (Kids in Deerfield Love Science) program this month, Miss Kary and I are bringing the program to you through videos and books you can access on Hoopla. Our program this month is all about things that fly. Sound fun? Take a look at
Update: Extended to May 31! Teens grades 6-12 are welcome to participate in our virtual "At-Home Book Bingo" from April 20-May 31! Stay connected to reading (and the library) and be eligible for prizes for each bingo you get. Choose a book that matches the description of an open bingo square.
Let’s celebrate our favorite books while we all have to #StayAtHome! Think about a book you loved reading. It can be ANY book...picture book, non-fiction, comic book, chapter book. Whatever it is, recreate the cover and then tape it in your front window. When we’re all out and about walking,
You are invited to join another Online Classics Book Discussion for adults! Join us Thursday, April 23rd, 7 - 8:15 p.m. to discuss Nikolai Gogol’s short story “The Overcoat.” We hope this discussion will be a fun way to connect with the community while many of us are stuck at
April 1-30 A pause on our normal daily routines, fortunately, does not have to mean an end to creativity, so to celebrate April’s RWB theme: Arts and Crafts, we have an additional challenge for you: Art without Boundaries! While the Library is closed, Read without Boundaries is still moving forward,
Happening Thursday, March 26, 7-8 p.m. You are invited to join our first Online Book Discussion for adults! We’ll be trying this experiment with our previously scheduled Classics Book Discussion of the short story collection In Our Time by Ernest Hemingway