Arlington Heights Memorial Library November 2023

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Holiday Book Drive p. 4 Families Early Childhood

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Jobs & Careers

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Business & Nonprofit

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English as a Second Language & Literacy

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Genealogy and Local History

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New! BOOX Tablets p. 21 Book Discussions

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Tech Classes

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Creator Spotlight p. 26-27 Makerplace

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Senior Center

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Friends & Foundation

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Give the gift of reading November 1–30 NEW BOOKs ONLY PLEASE! Share the gift of reading this holiday season with the library’s annual Holiday Book Drive. Donate new children’s books throughout November. All books will go to families in our area whose incomes are below the federal poverty threshold, and will be distributed through the Wheeling Township Adopt-a-Family program. We are collecting new books for children and teens from infancy to age 18. Books in Spanish are also welcome.

Drop off your donation in the bin on the first floor of the library Is your school, community group or business interested in collecting books for the book drive? For more information on how to collect as a group, contact or call 847-870-3785.

Harper Experience Day Saturday, November 4, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Harper College, 1200 W. Algonquin Rd., Palatine Avanté Center, Building X and Career and Technical Education Center

Join the library at Harper College Experience Day, an annual community event. Library staff will offer a button-making activity, register for a library card and more. Free and open to the public.

Holiday Tree Lighting Friday, November 24, 4–7 p.m. North School Park

lington Heights Memorial Library

Visit the bookmobile on Eastman Street between Arlington Heights Rd. and Evergreen Ave.




Do something fun together.

30 Books in 30 Minutes: Gifts for Kids Tuesday, November 14, 7:30–8 p.m. / Zoom

The clock is ticking! Get expert (and speedy) book suggestions for gifts to the kiddos in your life. Librarians Allison and Ellie will share their 2023 favorites for babies, toddlers and kids. For caregivers and families of kids ages 0–grade 3.

Homeschool Hangout

Family Art: Drips, Drops and Splatters

Wednesday, November 8, 1–2:30 p.m. Cardinal Room

Friday, November 17 or Tuesday, December 5 4–4:45 p.m. / Cardinal Room

Drop in for hands-on activities, the chance to meet other homeschoolers and learn more about the library’s resources.

Kids and their grownups can learn easy techniques to create some beautiful artworks together. Dress for a mess.

Ages 5 and up. Caregiver required.

Ages 4 years–kindergarten. Caregiver required. Arlington Heights cardholders only.

Saturday, November 18, 10:30–11:30 a.m. Hendrickson Room

Come say Oh Hey, Oh Hi, Hello to Jim Gill! Dance and sing along at this highly interactive and entertaining concert. Fun for the whole family! For all ages.




EARLY CHILDHOOD Play and learn.

kids’ world construction

Exciting updates are happening in Kids’ World this fall. Some programs may be moved to other rooms in the library or canceled due to construction. Please check the library’s Stay Informed page online for up-to-date information about Kids’ World services and programs at

Around Town Storytime at The Empty Corner

Our Time: Developmental Playgroup

Thursday, November 2, 10:30–11 a.m. The Empty Corner, 214 E. Grove St. Arlington Heights

Tuesday, November 14, 10–11 a.m. Cardinal Room

Meet at The Empty Corner, a new place to hear stories and songs. Ages 2-6. Caregiver required. Arlington Heights cardholders only. Registration recommended.

An inclusive drop-in playgroup for children who receive or are considering therapy services. Children play while families meet and find support. Siblings welcome. Facilitated by Beth Deiter, C.I.T.Y. of Support. Ages 0–5. Caregiver required.

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Indigenous Stories Family Time Saturday, November 25 10–10:30 a.m. / Cardinal Room

Celebrate the autumn season and Native American heritage with Indigenous stories and music. Ages 0-6. Caregiver required. Siblings are welcome.


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weekly storytimes for november

There are lots of changes this month. Storytimes continue to meet in the Cardinal Room due to ongoing construction in Kids’ World. Please be sure to check the online program calendar for the latest updates. DAY-OF TICKETS will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis to Arlington Heights cardholders before storytime begins. Caregiver attendance and supervision is required in all storytimes. There will be no Baby Time on November 1, no Toddler Time please note: on November 2 and no Family Time on November 4.

kids’ time Mondays, 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Cardinal Room

Ages 3–6. Arlington Heights cardholders only.

baby time Wednesdays, 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Cardinal Room

Infants 0–18 months. Arlington Heights cardholders only.


wednesday fun night Wednesdays, November 8, 15 and 29 6:30–7 p.m. / Cardinal Room

The whole family is welcome to attend this fun evening program that offers a variety of experiences. Ages 0–6. Caregiver required.

toddler time Thursdays, 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Cardinal Room

Ages 19–35 months. Arlington Heights cardholders only.

family time Saturdays, 10 a.m. / Cardinal Room

Ages 0–6. Arlington Heights cardholders only.

Kids’ Playgroup 10–11:30 a.m. / Kids’ World Drop in on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays when morning storytimes are scheduled.

Please check the online program calendar for updates. Ages 0–5. Caregiver required.




Read and grow. kids’world construction

Exciting updates are happening in Kids’ World this fall. Some programs may be moved to other rooms in the library or canceled due to construction. Please check the library’s Stay Informed page for up-todate information about Kids’ World at

Globetrotters: Uruguay

I Can Read

Thursday, November 9, 4:15–5:15 p.m. Cardinal Room

Sunday, November 19, 3:30–4:30 p.m.

Get to know a new country every month by singing songs, playing games and making crafts. This month we’ll learn about the South American nation of Uruguay.

Beginning readers! Get your picture taken with a book you read by yourself. Your photo will be displayed in the I Can Read area. Sign up and bring a book to read aloud to a librarian any time within the hour.

Grades 2–3.

Chess Club Sunday, November 19, 1–2:15 p.m. Cardinal Room

Kids’ World

Grades K–2.

LEGO® Club Tuesday, November 21, 10–11:30 a.m. Hendrickson Room

Both beginner and experienced players are welcome and will learn under the guidance of an experienced Chess Scholars coach.

Drop in and challenge yourself by making incredible models using LEGO® bricks.

Ages 6–grade 6.

Ages 4 and up. Caregiver required.

Kindness Matters! Writers’ Workshop Monday, November 13, 4:30–5:30 p.m. / Cardinal Room

Celebrate World Kindness Day by brainstorming ways to show kindness. Then, sharpen your writing skills and show off your artistic talent as you design your own page about it. This collaborative book will be professionally published and available to check out at the library. Grades 3-4.

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Create and explore.

Kindness Matters! Writers’ Workshop Monday, November 13, 4:30–5:30 p.m. Cardinal Room

See page 8.

Tween Advisory Group (TAG)

Chess Club

Friday, November 10, 4:15–5:30 p.m. Cardinal Room

Sunday, November 19, 1–2:15 p.m. Cardinal Room

Join like-minded tweens to work on service projects, plan programs and play games.

See page 8.

Grades 4–6.

Tween Culinary: Sweet Hand Pies

Global Goodies

Tuesday, November 21, 1–2:30 p.m. Makerplace, 112 N. Belmont Ave. / Kitchen

Wednesday, November 15, 4:30–5:30 p.m. Cardinal Room

Join Chef Jen Paleracio to learn how to make mini pies. You’ll have a new recipe and the skills to make a portable sweet treat just in time for Thanksgiving.

Sample snacks from around the world and learn about their country of origin. Join us to find out where in the world we will be traveling this month.

Arlington Heights cardholders. Grades 4–6.

Grades 4–6.

Tweens Make: Polymer Clay Pens Wednesday, November 22, 1–2 p.m. / Hendrickson Room

Say goodbye to boring pens. This project allows you to create a one-of-a-kind pen using ovenbake polymer clay and your imagination. Grades 4–6.

Author asmine Warga


Monday, November 6, 5:45–6:45 p.m. Hendrickson Room

Jasmine Warga, the award-winning author of A Rover’s Story and Other Words for Home will share about her writing process and take questions from the audience. Book sales and signing will be available. Grades K–8.




Meet up or try something new.

Friday Flicks

Teen Advisory Board (TAB)

Fridays, November 3, 10 and 24, 6–9 p.m. Hub

Sunday, November 12, 1–2:30 p.m. Cardinal Room

Drop in, hang out and watch a movie on the big screen.

Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is a high school volunteer group that involves service projects, making your voice heard at the library and having fun. Plan and prepare this year’s projects while earning service hours. Fill out an application to join TAB at before attending your first meeting. Email Teen Services Librarian Alejandria Galarza at with questions.

Movie titles will be listed in the library’s online calendar in advance of each screening. Grades 7–12.

Meet the Author: Jasmine Warga Monday, November 6, 5:45–6:45 p.m. Hendrickson Room

Jasmine Warga, the award-winning author of A Rover’s Story and Other Words for Home. will share about her writing process and take questions from the audience. Book sales and signing will be available. Grades K–8.

For high school students only.

Dice Guild Friday, November 17, 6–9 p.m. / Hub

Play tabletop roleplaying games with other teens. Dice Guild is a great intro to RPGs if you’ve never played. If you’re already a dedicated tabletop gamer, come and try new games or use the Hub for your regular meetups. Grades 7–12.

Teen Woodworking Workshop: String Art Thursday, November 2 4–5 p.m. / Hub

Get creative and repurpose wood into something new. All equipment provided.




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Tuesday, November 21 4–5:30 p.m. / Makerplace 112 N. Belmont Ave. / Kitchen

Join Chef Jen Paleracio to learn how to make mini pies. You’ll have a new recipe and the skills to make a portable sweet treat just in time for Thanksgiving. Arlington Heights cardholders. Grades 7–12.

Middle School Volunteer Panel (MVP)

Otaku Teens United Wednesday, November 29, 6–7:30 p.m. Hub

Sunday, November 26, 2–3:30 p.m. Cardinal Room

Looking to gush about your favorite manga series? Want to discover new anime while working on fun crafts? Drop by this anime club to watch a new series of the club members’ choice each month.

Join other 7th and 8th graders to discuss ways to help the library and the community while earning service hours. Grades 7–8.


Grades 7–12.

Teens Make: Resin Snowflakes Tuesday, December 5, 5–6 p.m. Makerplace, 112 N. Belmont Ave. / Creative Arts

Create gorgeous snowflakes out of resin to hold onto a piece of winter all year round. Arlington Heights cardholders. Grades 7–12.




Experience and discover.

Contribute to the Library’s Tiny Art Show Introducing the library’s first ever tiny art show. Make a beautiful masterpiece – the only limit is your imagination (and the canvas size). Register beginning November 1 to receive a kit with your tiny canvas, then return your completed piece by the end of the month. Art will be displayed in the library’s display cases for the month of December. For artists of all ages. Arlington Heights cardholders only. While supplies last.

Chicago Trivia Thursday, November 2, 7–8:30 p.m. Arlington Ale House, 111 W. Campbell St.

Join Jessica Mlinaric, author of Secret Chicago: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure and Chicago Scavenger. Test your knowledge and learn more about Chicago history. Adults ages 21+ only.


Weiss Medigap Personalized Planner Tuesday, November 7, 11–11:30 a.m. or 11:30 a.m.–noon / Training Center

The Weiss Medicare Supplement Insurance Planner can save you both time and money. Come to the library to access a free personalized planner. Bring an email address with you so you can email the documents to yourself.


Decorate the Veteran’s Tree at the Library Wednesday, November 1, 6:30–8:30 p.m. / First Floor

Celebrate the Veteran in your life by creating an ornament for the library’s Veteran’s Tree, a communitycreated exhibit celebrating Arlington Heights’ Veterans and their families. Bring a copy of a photo of a Veteran to turn into an ornament to hang on the library’s tree for the month of November. Art supplies provided by the library.

The Veteran’s Tree will be on view from November 1–27 on the library’s first floor. Organized in partnership with SALUTE, INC., a local nonprofit providing for the financial, physical and emotional needs of injured military service members, Veterans and their families.

Wider Lens: Debt of Honor: Disabled Veterans in American History Tuesday, November 7, 7–8:30 p.m. Hendrickson Room

Join us for a screening of Debt of Honor: Disabled Veterans in American History. A moving tribute to the history of disabled Veterans, Debt of Honor takes an unflinching look at the reality of warfare and disability, featuring interviews with some of the country’s most prominent disabled Veterans. Screening will be followed by a discussion.

Arlingtones Performance & Veterans Day Reception Sunday, November 12, 2–4 p.m. Hendrickson Room

Honor Veterans Day with a patriotic performance by Arlington Heights’ Arlingtones. Veterans and their guests are invited to stay after the performance for a reception with refreshments in the Hendrickson Room and to decorate our Veteran’s Tree on the first floor. Register with up to one guest.

Rated PG-13; 70 minutes.

Writer’s Ink

Resource Hour

Wednesday, November 8, 7–9 p.m. / Zoom

Thursday, November 9, 1–2 p.m. / First Floor

Start the novel, short story or poem you always meant to write and join instructor Jacob Knabb for this facilitated meetup.

Staff from the Village of Arlington Heights Health and Human Services Department will provide information and get you connected to resources. Drop in during this hour to meet them.

All skill levels and writing styles are welcome.




Experience and discover.

Dann & Raymond’s Movie Club Best of the Best: Human Drama Movies Thursday, November 9, 6:30–8:30 p.m. Hendrickson Room

Dann and Raymond have culled and combined their favorite Human Drama Movie clips that deal with relationships, society and the human soul. Sponsored by Friends of the Library. Save the date–final show December 14: Dann & Raymond’s Desert Island Films

The Generals: Patton, Rommel and Montgomery Friday, November 10, 1:30–2:30 p.m. Hendrickson Room

Join Robert Mueller as he contrasts and compares the personalities, tactics and leadership styles of George Patton, Erwin Rommel and Bernard Montgomery. These three men stamped their images upon events during the Second World War like no others. Each led their country’s armed forces to historic battlefield victories and two met inglorious ends.

Friday, November 10, 7–8:30 p.m. / Hendrickson Room

An evening featuring the stories of immigrants, refugees, asylum seekers, their descendants and allies. Originally created and produced by Nestor “the Boss” Gomez, who was born in Guatemala and moved to Chicago in the mid-80s. He is a 73-time Moth Slam winner, three-time Chicago Moth Grand Slam winner, 2022 Milwaukee Grand Slam winner and 2022 National Storytelling Association Grand Slam winner. He is also the creator, producer, curator and host of 80 Minutes Around the World.



HAIR WE GO Wigs for Drag & Cosplay

Saturday, November 18, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. / Cardinal Room

Head of wig and makeup design and technology for the Theatre School at DePaul University, Erin Kennedy Lunsford teaches you how to look and feel fabulous in a wig. In this workshop attendees will learn how to use wigs for their best drag and cosplay looks.

Guided Meditation

BINGO Night!

Tuesday, November 14, 7–8:15 p.m. Hendrickson Room

Friday, November 17, 7–8:30 p.m. Hendrickson Room

Learn how to calm both mind and body through the practices of meditation and mindfulness with instructor Mark Zelkowitz. Explore proven methods to increase selfawareness and improve concentration in a

Join us in the Hendrickson Room for an evening of good old-fashioned BINGO! Bring your good luck charms because there will be prizes. Bingo cards and daubers provided.

relaxed and supportive environment.


Wednesday Cinema: The Zookeeper’s Wife Wednesday, November 15, 1–3:30 p.m. Hendrickson Room

The real-life story of Antonina Zabinska (Jessica Chastain) and her husband, Dr. Jan Zabinski (Johan Heldenbergh), who operate the Warsaw Zoo in 1939 Poland. When the Germans invade their country, Antonina and Jan covertly begin working with the

Ages 18 and up. Register with up to one

Death Cafe Saturday, November 18, 1–2:15 p.m. Cardinal Room

Grab a cup of coffee and join a thoughtful discussion about the end of life. Share your experiences, thoughts, and fears about death in this facilitated discussion. Learn more at

Resistance. Rated PG-13, 124 minutes.

Creative Aging: Art with Alayne Watch the Art with Alayne Blackberries class on video and do this month’s project. Then, join Alayne and fellow art students in a meet up to share your work inspired by the class, or get advice from Alayne to complete your project. Visit to watch this month’s video class and register for a meet up.

Art with Alayne Meet Ups Friday, November 17, or Tuesdays, November 21 or 28, 2:30–3:30 p.m. / Zoom

Meet up registrants will be notified by email when they can pick up their Create Kits with supplies at the drive-up window. All November Meet Ups cover the same project. Register for only one. Arlington Heights cardholders only.




Experience and discover.

Sunday Musicale: the Covington Crew

Your Money: Making the Most of Social Security

Sunday, November 19, 2–3:30 p.m. Hendrickson Room

Tuesday, December 5, 7–8:30 p.m. Cardinal Room

Chicago’s only father and son bluegrass band with old Kentucky roots, the Covington Crew are 100 percent acoustic bluegrass, old country, waltzes, hoedowns, gospel, Americana, Finnish and folk music from around the world.

Stacy Bromann of The Dala Group will provide details on the various filing strategies available to single individuals, married couples, divorced individuals and widows; Social Security earned income limits and the taxation of Social Security benefits.

Sponsored by Friends of the Library.

Coloring & Cocoa Monday, November 20, 1–3 p.m. Hendrickson Room

Cozy up to a relaxing afternoon of coloring. Register and stop in any time between 1–3 p.m. to connect with your neighbors and choose from a great selection of adult coloring pages. For adults.

Surviving the Holidays with Lori Gottlieb Wednesday, December 6, 7–8 p.m. / Zoom

Lori Gottlieb, New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, and co-host of the “Dear Therapists” podcast presents a thoughtprovoking conversation about mental health. Gottlieb will share tools to help in everyday life and especially as you prepare for the winter holidays season. Presented in collaboration with Illinois Libraries Present.

Your Home Pharmacy & Medicine Cabinet

Monday, November 27, 7–8:30 p.m. Cardinal Room

Get expert advice and find out what you should know about and have in your home pharmacy and medicine cabinet. What are the essentials to always have on hand? How should you store and dispose of items safely and responsibly? Bring your questions for Brad Bartels, PharmD, a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

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Learn A Language At The Library Hablemos Español (Let’s Speak Spanish) Monday, November 6, 6–7 p.m. / Room H

A conversation club to improve and practice your Spanish en la Biblioteca! Meet other Spanish learners and speakers in your community and brush up your skills. All levels welcome.

Parlons Français Tuesdays, November 14 and 28, 7–8 p.m. Zoom

Join a resident native speaker and grow your language abilities. All levels welcome.

Italian Book Club Wednesdays, November 1, 8, 15 and 29, 7–8 p.m. / Room I

If you’re a beginner or intermediate Italian language learner who has already had some exposure to basic grammar and vocabulary, you might enjoy reviewing and expanding what you’ve learned by reading stories in Italian. Unlike typical book clubs, this group will be reading together in class with the teacher there to translate and explain the grammar in each sentence. The stories will be projected on the screen each week.

JOBS & CAREERS Take the next step.

Resume Reviews Available The library has gathered a team of resume experts to help you land your dream job: Bruce Bennett is a LinkedIn trainer, career counselor and coach who helps job seekers and individuals reach their full potential. With over 20 years of experience in recruiting and managing operations, Bennett has a deep understanding of the job search process. Laina Krisik, CPRW, is a career consultant, brand strategist and certified professional resume writer with a unique, personalized approach to coaching that is the trademark of her successful practice. Expert resume reviewers are available free of charge to Arlington Heights cardholders. Daytime and evening sessions are available at–an–appointment.



BUSINESS & NONPROFIT Start something big.


Start Telling Your Story Using Your Candid Profile Wednesday, November 1, 1–2:30 p.m. Zoom

Learn what Candid is and how your nonprofit will benefit from claiming its free Candid profile and earn Seals of Transparency to amplify your nonprofit’s work and connect with supporters.

CyberSecure My Business

Pathmakers Meetup

Thursday, November 2, 7–8 p.m. / Zoom

Thursday, November 30, 6:30–7:45 p.m. Makerplace, 112 N. Belmont Ave. Flex Space 1

Lisa Plaggemier from the National Cybersecurity Alliance will speak about effective practical steps you can take to protect your business.

Entrepreneurship Month Booklist

Connect with other makers, entrepreneurs, small business owners and library staff at the Makerplace, hone your business skills and learn about useful resources. Explore the possibilities of coworking and help your new business or side hustle achieve success.

See page 22.

Book Discussion: Hangry: A Startup Journey By Mike Evans

SCORE Business Mentoring Appointments available on request

Monday, November 6, 7–8 p.m. Cardinal Room

Sign up for a one-hour virtual or in-person session for one-on-one mentoring and you’ll receive actionable advice and support from a business expert.

Grubhub founder Mike Evans explains the humble beginnings of what would become a massive food delivery empire. Grubhub will deliver pizza to the book discussion.

SCORE is the nation’s largest network of volunteer business mentors, a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration.




ESL Book Discussion: Two Old Women by Velma Wallis

English Language Review

Tuesday, November 21, 7–8 p.m. ESL & Literacy Office or Zoom

Join other adult English language learners to study English.

Join us in the ESL & Literacy Office or on Zoom to discuss Two Old Women by Velma Wallis. eBooks are available on cloudLibrary and hoopla, or you can pick up a print copy at the Info Desk. Discussion questions are available in the ESL & Literacy Office or by emailing

If you would like to attend in person, email

Culture & Conversation Mondays, 1–2 p.m. / Cardinal Room Thursdays, 7–8 p.m. / Zoom Fridays, 1–2 p.m. / Zoom

Join other adult English language learners to talk about a new topic each week.

Wednesdays, November 1 and 15, 1–2 p.m. Zoom

Tea & Talk Wednesday, November 8, 1:30–3 p.m. Hendrickson Room

Improve your conversation skills at this monthly group. For ESL adults; children welcome.

New Friends’ Network Tuesday, November 21, 10–11 a.m. Cardinal Room

Make new friends and enjoy interesting conversations. An informal get–together for those new to the area. Refreshments will be provided.

Wednesday, November 8, 11 a.m.–noon Room I Una clase de Inglés. para quienes hablan Español. ESL class for Spanish speakers.



GENEALOGY & LOCAL HISTORY Discover your roots.

Genealogy Discussion Group

Swedish Genealogy

Mondays, November 6 and December 4 6–7:30 p.m. / Shackley Room

Wednesday, November 8, 10 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Zoom

Join fellow genealogy researchers in the Shackley Room and share your discoveries, swap techniques and collaborate on breaking through your “brick walls.” Light refreshments will be provided.

Sign up for a 30–minute Zoom appointment with genealogist Kathy Meade to get help finding your Swedish ancestors.

Intro to the

Chicago Sanborn Maps Monday, November 27, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. / Training Center

Join genealogy and local history librarian Eddie Kristan in a hands-on exploration of the Chicago Sanborn Maps, a searchable database of the fire insurance maps published by the Sanborn Map Company housed in the collections of the Geography and Map Division of the Library of Congress. Whether researching your genealogy, the local history of a specific area, or just exploring interesting historical maps, the Sanborn Maps are a valuable collection available to you at the library.



BOOX Tablets Black & White eReaders & Android Tablets All-in-One

The library now owns several 7-inch BOOX tablets for use with eBooks, audiobooks and eMagazines. BOOX tablets have side-lit “eInk” screens, like popular eReaders (such as the Nook Glowlight, Kobo and Kindle Paperwhite), which makes them handy for reading outdoors in full sunlight or for users who prefer not to use the backlit color screens found on most smartphones or tablets. Because they’re also Android tablets, they run apps and have a web browser that provides access to much more of the library’s online content than regular eReaders, including:

• cloudLibrary eBooks & eAudiobooks • hoopla eBooks • eMagazines/Newspapers via Libby, PressReader and Flipster • The full-image Daily Herald via Newsbank • Online newspapers sites/apps: New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post • Thousands of full-text newspapers, magazines and journals via the library’s research databases Like regular eReaders, BOOX tablets’ screens work best with text, and are only somewhat compatible with video sources (which are best viewed with regular smartphones and tablets). To borrow a BOOX tablet, library cardholders can visit the Tech Learning Center Desk or search for “BOOX” in the library catalog to place a hold. If you’d like a quick walkthrough of how it works, you can request a 30-minute appointment with a staff member. Each tablet also includes instructions to help you get familiar with how the BOOX tablet works. The tablets are lent for four weeks and can have up to four twoweek renewals (if there are no other holds on the device).



BOOK DISCUSSIONS Join the conversation.

Register to attend a book discussion. Stop by the Info Desk to pick up a copy of any of the books or contact us at 847-392-0100 to request a copy. Book discussion titles are also available as an eBook and eAudiobook.

November is Native American Heritage Month, and we’ve got books and authors for you to celebrate with. In honor of this special heritage month, the library has curated new booklists that help explore and celebrate the diverse, rich stories, history and cultures of Indigenous Americans. Ranging in topic, tone and genre, this collection of books is sure to inspire, inform and entertain.

Native American Heritage Month

Fiction Booklist

A few of the selections include: • Sisters of the Lost Nation by Nick Medina • A Council of Dolls by Mona Susan Power • The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native America from 1890 to the Present by David Treuer

Native American Heritage Month

Nonfiction Booklist

• From the Ashes: My Story of Being Indigenous, Homeless, and Finding My Way by Jesse Thistle

Entrepreneurship Month


November is National Entrepreneurship Month, and there is no better time than now to check out one of these popular books about entrepreneurship and business.

Check out Hangry: A Startup Journey, from Grubhub founder Mike Evans (this month’s Business Book Discussion), Level Up: Rise Above the Hidden Forces Holding Your Business Back by Stacey Abrams and Lara Hodgson, Business is Personal: The Truth About What it Takes to be Successful While Staying True to Yourself by Bethenny Frankel, and more on the library’s website.




Hangry: A Startup Journey by Mike Evans Monday, November 6, 7–8 p.m. / Cardinal Room

Grubhub founder Mike Evans explains the humble beginnings of what would become a massive food delivery empire. With detail and humor, the entrepreneur sheds light on his early days in the tech industry and reveals how his nightly meal choices of pizza or Lucky Charms led him to the idea that would eventually grow into a billion-dollar company. Grubhub will deliver pizza to the book discussion.


Sisters of the Lost Nation by Nick Madina Monday, November 13, 7–8 p.m. / Cardinal Room or Daytime Discussion: Thursday, November 30, 10–11 a.m. Conference Room H

This enthralling tale of resilience, sisterhood and discovery is set against the backdrop of a nation in turmoil. Two sisters find themselves inextricably drawn into a world of ancient mysteries and hidden powers. As they navigate a war-torn land where magic and technology collide, they uncover shocking truths about their heritage and the untapped potential within them.


Five Days in November by Clint Hill and Lisa McCubbin Wednesday, November 15, 7–8 p.m. Eddie’s Restaurant, 10 E. Northwest Hwy.

It has been 60 years since President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, but the story still lingers. Secret Service agent Hill’s stunning book contains more than 150 photos, each accompanied by his incomparable insider account of those terrible days. FAVORITE THINGS

Family Sagas Tuesday, November 21, 7–7:45 p.m. / Zoom

Holidays means spending time with family. Sometimes that can be easy, sometimes a bit dysfunctional. Join us as we explore memorable books and movies that celebrate the craziness of family relationships, on the page or on the screen. Share your own favorites in the discussion that follows.



CLASSES All in-person tech classes are held in the Training Center, unless otherwise noted. Register for Tech Classes starting November 1. More information available at

Basic Computer Skills

How to Use Your iPad/iPhone

Monday, November 6, 10–11:30 a.m.

Thursday, November 9, 1:30–3 p.m.

Learn the components of a window, how to use a mouse, and open and close files.

Learn to use your device’s settings, apps, web browser and much more. Bring your iPad or iPhone if you have one.

Word: Basics Monday, November 6, 7–8:30 p.m.

This class will introduce you to the essentials: all the tabs, especially the File and Home tabs, and how to change words on the page.

Beginning Computing with Windows 11 Wednesday, November 8, 10–11:30 a.m.

Learn how to launch programs; create, rename and delete files as well as folders; organize your desktop and more.

Excel: Basics

Using Your Mac: Basics Friday, November 10, 10–11:30 a.m.

Learn all about the Mac operating system, from the keyboard and your Apple ID, to launching apps, organizing files and changing settings.

Word: Intermediate Monday, November 13 7–8:30 p.m.

Learn how to change margins, use bullet points, formatting, tables, templates and more.

Digitize It: Reel to Reel Film

Wednesday, November 8, 1:30–3 p.m.

Tuesday, November 14, 11 a.m.–noon

Learn about spreadsheets and how to move within them and the basics of Excel including rows, columns, tabs and more.

Learn how to digitize your 8mm, 16mm film reels. We will cover how you can utilize the specialized equipment and software in our Studio space. You will also have the opportunity to schedule an appointment to bring in and convert your personal film reels at a future date.

PowerPoint: Basics Thursday, November 9, 10–11:30 a.m.

This class covers the basics for developing an interesting presentation.



Design It: Seasonal Cards Two-part class: Tuesdays, November 14 and 28, 7–8:30 p.m.

Learn how to combine photos and background images to create a seasonal card design in Photoshop. Work with layers and blending effects to elevate your Photoshop skills to the next level. Explore adding personalized touches and how to format for easy printing.

How to Use Your iPad/iPhone’s Apps Thursday, November 16, 1:30–3 p.m.

Explore in-depth many of the default apps available on your iPad or iPhone. Bring your device if you have one.

Create Graphics for Social Media with Canva Thursday, November 16, 7–8:30 p.m.

Excel: Intermediate Wednesday, November 15 1:30–3 p.m.

Learn how you can use Canva (a free online graphic design program) to create quick and easy graphics for your professional or personal needs.

Learn about charts and graphs as well as some commonly used functions for working with data.

Backing Up Your Data with Google Drive and iCloud Friday, November 17, 10–11:30 a.m.

Tips for Buying Online Wednesday, November 15, 7–8:30 p.m. Zoom

Want to start buying items online but don’t know where to start? You’re in luck! In this class you’ll learn tips when it comes to buying items on sites such as Craigslist, eBay, Facebook Marketplace, OfferUp and Etsy. This will be an overview of these services.

PowerPoint: Intermediate Thursday, November 16, 10–11:30 a.m.

Take your PowerPoint skills to the next level; learn how to enhance your presentations with creative effects.

Learn about the different ways you can back up photos, videos, and more from your phone and/or computer for safe keeping. We will cover cloud storage options such as Google Drive and iCloud as well as physical backups such as external hard drives and flash drives.

Digitize It: VHS and 8mm Tapes Monday, November 20, 7–8 p.m.

Learn how to digitize your VHS, 8mm, Hi8, VHS-C and Mini DV tapes the equipment software in the Studio.

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DISCOVERING THE ART OF MAKING One Class and Project at a Time

Walk the talk. Never has this saying been truer than with Arlington Heights resident Lauralee Reese who over the past two years has earned her way into becoming an experienced and accomplished maker -- one Makerplace class and project at a time. “I tell everyone about the Makerplace, and my advice is always the same,” said Reese, a devoted Arlington Heights Memorial Library customer for 25-plus years who now is also an avid user of the library’s Makerplace. “Start with an instructional class. Learn more about what you can do and what you like to do. Then make a one-on-one appointment afterwards so you can take what you learned and build upon it some more,” continued Reese. “The Makerplace staff is so helpful and knowledgeable…and really patient,” she added with a laugh. Reese’s exploration into the many ways of making began shortly after the Makerplace opened in September 2021. Putting her advice into practice, she enrolled in several “Essentials” classes, the Makerplace’s introductory classes offered monthly to learn the basics about things like sewing, 3D printing and laser cutting. She took a two-part jewelry making class and a Photoshop class at the library as well. “All the classes are very hands on, and they help get you started,” said Reese who holds a degree in fiber arts and ceramics and has always enjoyed doing crafts but professed, had little-to-no experience when it came to making. Professionally, she worked for 14 years in customer service for the aviation industry and currently works full-time as an office administrator for a local business. “I really need this as an outlet to balance my nine-to-five job,” said Reese. “I see so many ideas here, it’s hard to reign them all in.”



The multitude of ideas combined with Reese’s newly acquired skills, especially using the Epilog Mini laser cutter, and a willingness to experiment creatively have resulted in a beautiful menagerie of custom items. Some she has given as gifts, like etched wine glasses and the coffee mug she made for a friend using an image she created with Photoshop and the Makerplace’s sublimation printer. Other items she donates in-kind to be sold at the Kerstin Andersson Museum Store at the Swedish American Museum in Andersonville where Reese is a board member.

Some of the most in-demand and popular gift items that Reese makes include custom-etched Swedish Dala Horse charms and jewelry, and an assortment of festive holiday ornaments. In early December, Reese’s talents as a maker will once again be on full display at the Swedish American Museum where she will sell many of her custom gift items as a vendor at the museum’s annual holiday market on December 2 and 3. “It makes me happy to be able to do all of this at the Makerplace,” said Reese. “I don’t know of any other place that has all of this and with so many people willing to share their knowledge and ideas.”

Get started making at the Makerplace by taking a class or making a one-on-one appointment to get a tutorial on a piece of equipment. Learn all about how you, too, can be a maker, at See this month’s list of new programs and classes on pages 28–31.

"It makes me happy to be able to do all of this at the Makerplace." SEE PAGE 2 FOR REGISTRATION INFO


112 N. Belmont Avenue •

Discover the place where you can be a maker. The Makerplace provides visitors ages 12 and up a unique opportunity for making and creating using the latest technology and equipment, along with flexible workspaces and a commercialgrade kitchen. All users must sign a waiver before using equipment or participating in Makerplace classes. Classes are for Arlington Heights cardholders only, unless otherwise noted. Registration begins at 9 a.m. on November 2.



Donations accepted: November 1–18

Wednesday, November 8, 2:30–4 p.m. and 6–7:30 p.m. / Creative Arts Area

C R A F T SWA P E V E N T Sunday, November 19, noon–3 p.m.

Gather all the extra craft supplies that are cluttering your house and drop them off at the Makerplace starting November 1 for a craft swap. Visit for more information. Those who make a donation will receive a ticket for early entry to a craft swap event on November 19.

Create a pumpkin gnome out of wool with this fun class! Join Natasha Lehrer Lewis as you learn how to transform fibers with this magical technique. Ages 12 and up.

You do not have to make a donation to attend. All items are free.

3D PRINTING E SS E N T I A L S : M A K E A K E YC H A I N Sunday, November 5, 1–2:30 p.m. Flex Space 2

Learn the basics of TinkerCAD to design in 3D. We’ll combine shapes and add text to create a simple keychain to be printed on our 3D printers. Basic mouse and keyboarding skills recommended. Ages 12 and up.


MEETUP: FIBER CRAFTS Thursday, November 9, 1–3 p.m. Creative Arts Area

Bring your knitting, crochet, embroidery, cross stitch or other stitching projects along. Work on your own project and chat with your neighbors. Refreshments will be provided. Ages 18 and up.



Thursday, November 9, 6–7:30 p.m. / Sewing and Quilting Room

Learn the basics of threading, operating and troubleshooting on sewing machines. Ages 12 and up.

M A K E R P L AC E TO U R Sunday, November 12, 12:30–1:30 p.m. Flex Space 1

CA RV E YO U R OW N H O L I DAY STA M P Wednesday, November 15, 6–7:30 p.m. Creative Arts Area

Join a member of the Makerplace staff on a guided tour through the many creative spaces in the Makerplace. Each tour will end with time for Q&A with staff who will help inspire your first (or next) project.

Learn the basics of block printing while using a lino cutter to carve your own holidaythemed stamp.



Tuesday, November 14, 6–7:30 p.m. Creative Arts Area

Create art inspired by famous artists and art styles and chat with your neighbors. Supplies provided by the library. Ages 18 and up.

VINYL CUTTING E SS E N T I A L S : C R E AT E A C U STO M ST I C K E R Tuesday, November 21, 1–2:30 p.m. Flex Space 2

Ages 12 and up.

Sunday, November 26, 1–2:30 p.m. Flex Space 2

Glass etching is one of the most popular uses of the Makerplace laser cutters. Learn how to create a design and set up the laser for etching your own personal glassware. Ages 12 and up.

H A N D - L ET T E R E D G I F T TAG S Wednesday, November 29, 6:30–8 p.m. Creative Arts Area

Learn to create a custom vinyl sticker for your water bottle, notebook or window using the Cricut Craft Cutter.

Learn how to add a personal touch to your gifts. Local artist Rebecca Smith will walk through how to hand-letter and decorate small gift tags.

Ages 12 and up.

Ages 12 and up.



M A K E R P L AC E C U L I N A RY C L ASS E S Arlington Heights library card required. Limit one culinary class every month, per cardholder. Registration for culinary classes begins at 9 a.m. November 2. Culinary program attendees are selected monthly through a lottery system unless otherwise noted. The lottery will remain open for 24 hours, after which individuals will be chosen at random and notified by email on the third of each month. All classes take place in the Makerplace Kitchen, unless otherwise noted. Please note: The Makerplace Kitchen is not a nut-free, gluten-free or other allergy-free environment.


Saturday, November 11, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Learn to make the flaky, delicious pastry dough and pie crust of your dreams just in time for Thanksgiving with cookbook author (and pie contest winner) Emily Paster. Each student will take home a portion of pie dough to use or freeze. Ages 18 and up.

KNIFE SKILLS Wednesday, November 8, 6–7:30 p.m.

Join Chef Brian to get comfortable behind the knife and hone those chopping skills. Knives and ingredients will be provided. Ages 18 and up.


“ I N S P I R E D BY ” J U ST I C E OF THE PIES Thursday, November 16, 6–7:30 p.m.

Join us for a cooking night “Inspired By” beloved chefs and their recipes. Enjoy a night devoted to Maya-Camille Broussard, AKA, Justice of the Pies. Try your hand at a selection of recipes and enjoy a tasting. Ages 18 and up.

Wednesday, November 15 3:30–5:30 p.m.


Join the Makerplace’s Chef Brian at this drop-in program to engage with a professional chef and ask culinary questions. Chef Brian will be demonstrating some of his favorite Thanksgiving sides with samples and recipes.

Join Emily Paster as she teaches participants how to make the perfect muffins and scones for the upcoming holiday season.

Ages 18 and up.

Ages 18 and up.

Saturday, November 18 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. or 2–4 p.m.

Sunday, November 12, 12:30–2 p.m. or 3–4:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 14 ,3–4:30 p.m. or 6–7:30 p.m.

Join Chef Grace for this class focused on some of her favorite Thanksgiving sides. Chef Grace Goudie is Executive Chef at Arlington Heights’ Scratchboard Kitchen. Ages 18 and up.




G I N G E R T H R E E WAYS Saturday, December 2 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. or 2–4 p.m.

Tuesday, November 21 Grades 4–6: 1–2:30 p.m. Grades 7–12: 4–5:30 p.m.

In this class, Andrea Pracht of My Kitchen Clatter will teach you how to use three types of ginger - powdered, crystalized and fresh - in your baking, and make two recipes: Mormon Spice Cookies and Gingerbread Cake.

Join Chef Jen Paleracio to learn how to make mini pies. You’ll have a new recipe and the skills to make a portable sweet treat just in time for Thanksgiving. Arlington Heights cardholders. Please note: There is no lottery for this class.

Ages 18 and up.

CHEF’S CHOICE Tuesday, December 5, 3–4:30 p.m. or 6–7:30 p.m.

Chef Grace Goudie of Scratchboard Kitchen returns to the Makerplace with a culinary treat of her choice. She brings her signature composed, but not complicated recipes to your kitchen. Ages 18 and up.

First Presbyterian Church in Arlington Heights becomes a PADS site on Tuesdays during the cold season, providing meals and shelter to 25-30 individuals a week who are at risk and experiencing homelessness. The community is invited to join a day of service to help our neighbors being served by PADS. Work with library staff and neighbors to prepare a nourishing lunch and dinner serving this local cause.

PA DS M E A L P R E P S E RV I C E E V E N T Monday, November 13, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Makerplace Kitchen

This event is for ages 12 and up. Space is limited. Please limit your registration to two members per household. Service hours will be recorded upon request. The PADS Shelter Program is created in partnership with area faith communities to provide overnight shelter to those in need from October 1 to April 30 each year. Local faith communities open their doors to JOURNEYS | The Road Home clients to provide a safe place to sleep, a warm dinner and breakfast.

MAKERPLACE 112 N. Belmont Avenue

Tuesday-Thursday: 11 a.m.-8 p.m.

Visit for more information.

Saturday: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday: noon-5 p.m. Monday & Friday: Closed



PROGRAMS AT THE SENIOR CENTER All in-person programs at the Senior Center, 1801 W. Central Road. Some also offer the option to attend via Zoom. The library’s Senior Center Reading Room branch is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. and on Saturdays from 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Senior Center Reading Room Closed November 10-11, 23–25, December 25, 26, 30 and January 1

Nutrition and Brain Health Tuesday, November 14, 1–2 p.m. Senior Center

Join Dr. Christy Tangney, a professor in the Department of Clinical Nutrition and the Department of Family & Preventive Medicine at Rush University Medical Center, for a discussion on the profound impact of diet on brain and heart health. Dr. Tangney is the site Principal Investigator of the U.S. Study to Protect Brain Health Through Lifestyle Intervention to Reduce Risk (US POINTER) trial for Chicagoland. Her program will summarize trials that support the role of specific foods and overall diet patterns on lifelong heart and brain health.


Computer Interest Group

Fridays, November 3 and 17, 10 a.m. Senior Center

Wednesday, November 8, 1–2 p.m. Senior Center

Drop in and enjoy travel movies and documentaries.

Novice and experienced users discuss current technology, exchange tips, and offer advice for solving problems on PCs, tablets and smartphones. Drop in.

Film Discussion Circle Tuesday, November 7, 1 p.m. / Senior Center

Drop in for November’s film, The Maltese Falcon (1941), 100 minutes, unrated. A discussion led by library staff follows a free showing of the film.

Current Events Discussions Thursdays, November 2, 9, 16 and 30, 10 a.m. Senior Center or Zoom

Register by calling 847-870-3712.

Senior Center Book Discussions Books available in the Senior Center Reading Room. Register to meet in-person at the Senior Center or join on Zoom.

Popular Books: Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt Wednesday, November 8 10 a.m. Senior Center or Zoom


Modern Classics: Small Mercies by Dennis Lehane Monday, November 27 10 a.m. Senior Center or Zoom


SENIOR CENTER CLASSES Android Phone Basics (two-day class) Mondays, November 6 and 13, 2–4 p.m. Tuesdays, November 21 and 28, 9–11 a.m. Fridays, December 1 and 8, 2–4 p.m.

Get hands on experience using an Androidbased phone with tips for text and internet.

Classes feature small class size and hands-on instruction. All classes are held in person at the Senior Center. Check for class openings and register online. Full schedule and class descriptions are available at

iPad & iPhone Settings 1 Friday, November 17, 2–4 p.m. Thursday, November 30, 9–11 a.m.

Customize your iPad or iPhone settings and manage backups and storage.

iPad & iPhone Settings 2 Monday, December 4, 2–4 p.m. Friday, December 15, 2–4 p.m.

iPad & iPhone Basics (two-day class) Wednesdays, November 8 and 15, 2–4 p.m. Mondays, November 20 and 27, 2–4 p.m. Wednesdays, December 6 and 13, 2–4 p.m.

Get hands-on experience using an iPad or iPhone. Learn tips for email and internet use.

Learn more about your phone or iPad settings options.

NEW Windows 11 Essentials (two-day class) Thursdays, November 9 and 16, 9–11 a.m. Tuesdays, December 5 and 12, 2–4 p.m.

Customize your desktop and find, copy and organize files.

iPad & iPhone Beyond Basics (two-day class) Wednesdays, November 22 and 29, 2–4 p.m. Thursdays, December 7 and 14, 9–11 a.m.

Send group text messages with special effects, scan documents, use maps and more in this next level class.

NEW Online Stock Screening (two-day class) Tuesdays, November 7 and 14, 9–11 a.m.

Finviz is a stock screener for investors. Create a Finviz stock screener to find buy and sell recommendations.

SENIOR PHONE PROGRAMS Join our weekly phone discussions where we listen to and discuss short stories or share reminisces of past events and experiences. No technology other than a phone is required. Contact Senior and Accessible Services at 847-870-3712 to learn more about these programs or to register.



FRIENDS & FOUNDATION Support the library.



FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3: MEMBERS NIGHT 6–8 p.m. / Hendrickson Room and Cardinal Room



9 a.m.–4 p.m. Hendrickson Room (Adults) and Cardinal Room (Children)

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5 noon–4 p.m. / Hendrickson Room (Adults) noon–3 p.m. / Cardinal Room (Children)

On Sunday only, $8 bag sale (Children’s Sale only). No teacher discount at bag sale. The Adult Sale will feature a wide variety of books for adults: fiction and nonfiction books sorted by category; most books $2; DVDs, Blu-rays, audiobooks, CDs, vinyl records, games and puzzles; computers $50; artwork. The Children’s Sale will feature a wide variety of fiction and nonfiction books, DVD movies, audiobooks, games, toys, and music CDs for children, and teen fiction.





The Foundation Welcomes New Donors GRAND PHILANTHROPIST ($10,000 +) Gallagher Insurance

GOLD ($100–$499) Anonymous

Arlington Heights Memorial



Amy Etnyre

Meeting schedule:

Honoring JoAnne Gunderson from AANA friends

Amy Somary • President 847-506-2686 •

Jennifer Borrell

Dan and Sandy King


Andi Ruhl • Vice President/Secretary 847-506-2684 •


Sarah Galla • Treasurer 847-506-2681 •

Continuing Donors

Trustees: Jennifer Borrell 847-506-2680 •

Anonymous Amsted Industries David and Cathy Braner (In Memory of Jeff Moroney) ITW Jack and Holly Crabtree John Fetcho Pat and Nancy Moroney

Spring Into Salads Participants Holly Crabtree, Mimi Cooper and Kathleen and Rich, Kathy Grossman, Ilona House, Robin and Gary Labedz, Lynn and Bill Luehrs, Janet Meinheit and Grant, Nancy Moroney and Chris Schneider The Arlington Heights Memorial Library Foundation is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) taxexempt organization that provides support to the library by securing and managing donations from individuals, businesses and foundations to support the library above and beyond what public funding provides. Visit or send a check to:

Stacey Kelly 847-814-2551 • Carole Medal 847-506-2683 • Greg Zyck 847-507-2336 • EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR


April Harder WRITERS

Pat Aichele William Tolan GRAPHIC DESIGNERS

Brian Benson Colleen Mele Stephanie Battista

AHML Foundation c/o Treasurer 500 N. Dunton Avenue Arlington Heights, IL 60004



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Sunday noon.-6 p.m.

Thursday, November 23 - Thanksgiving Day Closed

Wednesday, November 22 - Thanksgiving Eve Close at 5 p.m.





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Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-9 p.m.


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