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Vol. 32, No. 2


MEET THE COOLEST “CAT” IN TOWN Introducing the Library’s new catalog. See Page 3.


Save the dates for an exciting new program series. See Page 14.


Let ideas bloom with this spring’s new crop of books. See Back Cover.


Ideas Bloom at Your Library

Direct Line............................2 Announcements....................3 Kids.......................................4 Teens.....................................7 Adult Enrichment..................8 GlenVIEWINGS.......................9 GLENergy............................ 10 Art in the Library.................. 10 Download & Discuss.............11 Special Adult Services.......... 12 Technology & Genealogy..... 13 Friends of the Library.......... 14 Marketplace of Ideas........... 15 Readers’ Shelf..................... 16


1930 Glenview Road | Glenview, IL 60025 847-729-7500 | TTY: 847-729-7529 | LIBRARY HOURS Monday through Friday: 9 AM-9 PM Saturday: 9 AM-5 PM Sunday: 1 PM-5 PM BOARD OF TRUSTEES Allan J. Ruter President John Miller Vice President Stella Kalfas Secretary Wendy Goldstein M. David Johnson Carol A. Schmitt Kathy Davis Vega LIBRARY DIRECTOR Vickie L. Novak ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Jane D. Berry DEPARTMENT HEADS Business Manager Christine Klimusko Circulation Maryann Bowler Communications Hilary Gabel Facilities Manager Mark Depa Reader Services Linda S. Burns Reference Services Diane Comen Technical Services Teri Room Youth Services Barbara Littlefield FRIENDS OF THE GLENVIEW LIBRARY Andrea Downing President Friends Used Book Store—847-901-5910 Open Daily During Library Hours NEWSLETTER DESIGN Bronwyn Sill LIBRARY CLOSINGS EASTER Sunday, April 1 MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND Sunday, May 27 & Monday, May 28 NO MATERIALS ARE DUE WHEN LIBRARY IS CLOSED

PHOTO POLICY: Attendance at Library programs and events constitutes consent to be photographed for Glenview Library publicity purposes. ADA ACCOMMODATIONS are provided for all programs. Requests must be made when registering for a program. Advance notice of five business days required.

DIRECT LINE from Vickie L. Novak, Library Director In Winter LINES, I spoke about the 2017 study the Library conducted with nationally known library consultant, John Huber. His firm specializes in “service and cost transformation with a purpose,” with emphasis on how an organization can perform more effectively with the resources at hand. Positive changes have taken place as a result of Huber’s recommendations, many of which improved service to the public at little or no cost. These are just a few of them: • .Increased programming aligned with community enhancement needs—Staff has focused on new, larger-scale programs that appeal to a broad demographic, such as the Maker Faire last spring and GlenCon in October, the Library’s version of a ComicCon, both attracting hundreds of parents and children of all ages; • .Reconfigured the Library’s book ordering and selection processes—This allows the Library to provide its patrons with new materials in a more efficient manner. Less time is now spent per item from the time the order is placed until it is cataloged, entered into the database, and is ready for checkout; • .Increased the use of evaluation forms for library programs and events to create outcome-based feedback from attendees that will be useful in planning future program offerings; • .Expanded Maker programs to include sewing classes for teens and adults, and astronomy classes on the Library’s outdoor terrace; • .Adjusted staff work schedules to meet peaks and valleys of library usage. Plans for the Future: • Investigate the feasibility of a Marketplace to highlight new materials—books, DVDs, popular authors, and thematic, seasonal displays—getting more new items on shelf and increasing availability without a long wait time; • .Rearrange library collections for greater accessibility—e.g., relocate World Languages to the second floor to better align with other non-fiction collections; • Add two additional Self-Checkout stations, which will relieve long lines at the Circulation Desk; • .Outsource book processing for high volume/high hold categories to put them in patrons’ hands more quickly; • .Conduct a “One Book, One Glenview” Community Reads program in 2018.

I would also like to thank AT&T for its willingness to consider the Library’s request to allow patron access to the four AT&T parking spaces on the main parking deck. With assistance from the Village of Glenview, the Library and AT&T have entered into an agreement that will allow Glenview Library patrons to use those spaces. With parking at a premium, particularly when program attendance is so high, four additional spaces in close proximity to the Library’s main entrance are very welcome.

SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS National Library Week Sunday, April 8–Saturday, April 14

The Glenview Library joins libraries nationwide in celebrating the 60th anniversary of National Library Week. Libraries are no longer just places to borrow books or study—they are also creative and engaging community centers. To mark this milestone, we’ve selected programs sure to take you down memory lane. Join us in celebrating the joy of libraries during this special week. We invite you to indulge your nostalgic notions with Video Games, Pizza & More for Teens (page 7), Beatlemania mini-series (page 8), A Look Back in Glenview History: The Glenview Naval Airbase (page 13), and Retro Game Night for Adults (page 15).

Money Smart Week Saturday, April 21–Saturday, April 28

Live your life the Money Smart way with programs and activities designed to help consumers of all ages better understand their personal finances and manage the cost of daily living. KIDS • Test your “money smarts” with the Guessing Jar (page 6) HIGH SCHOOL TEENS & PARENTS • Money Management & the New College Student (page 7) ADULTS • Selling on eBay + Amazon (page 8) Telephone & Utility Bill Clinic (page 12) Health Care & Your Retirement (page 12)

Well Read: A Podcast About Great Books Want to know what we’ve been reading? Listen to our librarians talk about some of their current favorites in our new monthly podcast series.


One of Only 22 Libraries from the State of Illinois to Earn a STAR Ranking


THE COOLEST “CAT” IN TOWN Along with the member libraries of the CCS consortia, the Glenview Library will be transitioning to a new catalog. From April 14 to April 17, Staff will be working hard to facilitate the process with minimal disruption to your regular library experience. On April 17, the projected GO LIVE date for the new catalog, the Coolest “Cat” in Town will be purring on your screen. We will keep you informed as the catalog transition progresses. Visit mid-March for updates and more details. NEW FEATURES OF THE CATALOG INCLUDE: • ACCESS ON ANY DEVICE with improved functionality • EASY TO REMEMBER USERNAMES can be created to log into your account • YOUR PREFERRED CHOICE OF CONTACT for notices can be selected: email, text or phone • AUTOMATIC RENEWAL three days before an item is due (on renewable items only) • CHOOSE ANY PICKUP LOCATION from the CCS consortia list of libraries and branches • YOUR CURRENT PASSWORD will transfer, but must be typed in ALL CAPS Please Note: Reading history and lists will not transfer. Be sure to print these out for your records.

WHAT TO EXPECT: APRIL 14-17 • You must have your library card with you to check out materials. Circulation services will be very limited during this period. • While you can access the catalog to search for materials, it will not be current. Please call ahead to be sure an item is on the shelf and available. • The catalog will be view-only. No holds can be placed or processed during this period and you will be unable to access your account. • Items will not be checked in during this period and fines will not be assessed on these dates. It would be helpful to keep your materials at home until the transition is complete—extra time to read and watch!


INFANTS & PRESCHOOL TICKETED STORYTIMES February 12—March 15 & April 2—May 24 • Youth Program Room

Tickets Required: Tickets will be distributed 20 minutes prior to each session. Preference is given to Glenview Library cardholders.







TICKETED Preschool Storytime (ages 3-5) 10:30-11 AM

DROP-IN Tuesdays with Miss Fran See Below

TICKETED Baby Storytime (birth-23 months) 9:30-10 AM OR 10:30-11 AM

TICKETED Toddler Time (age 2 w/adult) 9:30-10 AM OR 10:30-11 AM

TICKETED Friday Fun See Below

REGISTERED Saturday Kids Club See Page 6

TICKETED Family Storytime (ages 2-6) 1:30-2 PM OR 6-6:30 PM

DROP-IN Smile & Rhyme at Heinen’s See Below

Friday Fun Movie (ages 3 & up w/adult)

Friday, March 2, 10 AM-Noon • Community Room Friday Fun is going to the movies and you’re invited. Enjoy Despicable Me 3 (90min/PG/2017) on the Library’s big screen. Parent or caregiver must be present. Just drop in.

Tuesdays with Miss Fran (ages 2 & up w/adult)

Tuesdays, March 6, April 10 & May 8, 10:30-11 AM • Youth Program Room Miss Fran brings her fun to the Library. Just drop in.

Baby Signs® (birth-age 3) TICKETED

Fridays, March 9, April 13 & May 11, 10:30-11:15 AM • Youth Program Room Pre-readers learn sign language with their families through songs, vocabulary, and activities. Led by Jamie Stevens, ASL interpreter and certified Baby Signs® instructor.

Friday Fun (ages 3-5 w/adult) TICKETED

Fridays, March 16, April 6 & 20, May 4 & 18, 10:30-11:15 AM Youth Program Room Join the Youth Services Librarians to explore, play, and learn something new. Parent or caregiver must be present.

Smile & Rhyme at Heinen’s (ages 2 & up w/adult)

Tuesdays, March 20, April 24 & May 29, 10:30-11 AM Location: Heinen’s Grocery Store, 1020 Waukegan Road Enjoy stories, rhymes, and songs in the Café. Stay for a snack and to chat after the program. Parent or caregiver must be present. Just drop in.

R YMCA Art (ages 3-5 w/adult)

Thursdays, March 22, April 26 & June 7, 1:30-2:30 PM Youth Program Room Art should be available to everyone, even preschoolers. The North Suburban YMCA Art Academy provides a monthly opportunity for preschoolers to explore and create art. Parent or caregiver must be present.

TICKETED Baby Signs® See Below

Sunday, April 8—Saturday, May 19 Location: Little Bear Garden at Gallery Park, 2001 Patriot Blvd. Revel in the return of spring with Butterfly, Butterfly: A Book of Colors by Petr Horácek. A playful story of a young girl exploring the world and all the colorful surprises it contains.

R Tinker Tots (ages 3-6 w/adult)

Tuesday, April 17, 1:30-2:15 PM • Youth Program Room Hands-on, STEAM-inspired fun for our younger patrons. Parent or caregiver must be present.

For Parents & Infants Youth Program Room BYOB Parenting Playgroup (birth-23 months)

Saturdays, March 17, April 21 & May 19 • 10-11:15 AM Bring Your Own Baby, enjoy playtime, and meet other new families. Infant specialists will occasionally be on hand to discuss their area of expertise and answer questions. Light refreshments will be served. Just drop in.

No Pressure New Parents Book Discussion Group Tuesday, May 22, 9:30-10:30 AM Adults discuss the book and babies get to know each other. Beginning March 1, pick up a copy of this quarter’s title, Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty, in Youth or Reader Services. Just drop in.

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(grades 5-8)

Thursdays, 4:30-6:30 PM Instant Challenge March 1 • Glenbrook South Robotics April 5 • Glenview Public Library Hidden Figures (126min/PG/2016) May 3 • Glenview Public Library Movie screening & discussion Additional information/registration:

R Minecraft (grades 4-8)

Fridays, March 2 & April 6, 6:30-7:30 PM Technology Lab, Second Floor Use your own account or play on one of ours. Space is limited.

R Minecraft for Beginners (grades 1-3)

Friday, April 6, 5:15-6:15 PM • Technology Lab, Second Floor Learn some of the basics from our special guest experts, older Minecrafters. Space is limited.

Drop-In Homework Help Center (grades 1-8)

Tuesdays through March 13, 6-7:30 PM • Youth Program Room High school volunteers to the homework rescue! Thirty-minute sessions for homework, reading, and math skills practice provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Children may be grouped by subject and grade level.

R LEGO® Club (grades 1-6)

Wednesdays, 4-5 PM • Youth Program Room Grades 1-2 March 7, April 4 & May 2 Grades 3-6 March 7, April 11 & May 9 Join us for our monthly free build. We provide the LEGO®, you bring the ideas, and everything will be awesome. Space is limited.

Drop-In Chess (through grade 8)

Fridays, March 9, April 13 & May 11, 7-8:30 PM • Youth Program Room Volunteer chess instructor Steve Levenson teaches fundamentals and strategy. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.

Designers Challenge (grades 4-8) TICKETED

Fridays, 4-5 PM • Youth Program Room Note: Tickets will be distributed 20 minutes prior to each session. Preference is given to Glenview Library cardholders. Bridge Challenge March 16 As a team, design and build bridges to span distances and hold weight without breaking using only straws and index cards. Submarine Challenge April 20 As a team, design and build a submarine to safely transport cargo without sinking. Rocket Car Racing Challenge May 18 As a team, design and build a balloon-powered rocket car to travel fastest, straightest, and furthest.

R Spark Park (grades 1-3)

Tuesdays, March 20 & May 15, 4-4:45 PM Youth Program Room Seeking logical Lovelaces and deductive Darwins for hands-on STEAM exploration.

R Service Buddies: Project Ready Readers (grades 1-8) Wednesday, April 18, 4:30-5:30 PM • Youth Program Room 5th-8th graders: Must arrive by 4 PM for a briefing 5th-8th graders assist 1st-4th graders in decorating and filling book bags for the Children’s Health Resource Center, Advocate Children’s Hospital.

R Write On! (grades 4-8)

Friday, May 4, 4-5:30 PM • Youth Program Room Join us for an afternoon writers’ retreat at the Library. Take part in some writing prompts, share ideas, and enjoy some scrumptious snacks.

R Friendship Club: Family LEGO® Night with Brickology (grades 3-8)

Wednesday, May 9, 6:30-7:45 PM • Community Room West Enjoy an evening of family fun in a welcoming and inclusive environment, facilitated by certified LEGO® professional, Beth Weis, of Brickology. Generously sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Glenview-Northbrook.

Drop-In Movie: Wonder (113min/PG/2017)

Sunday, May 6, 1:30 PM • Community Room • All Ages A heartwarming and inspiring journey of a boy with a facial deformity and the community that struggled to find acceptance and compassion. Based on the New York Times bestseller. Discussion follows screening. Book copies available in Youth Services.

Reading Takes You EVERYWHERE

COMING THIS JUNE! 2018 Kids Summer Reading Program Stay Tuned for Further Details Summer Literacy Volunteers Entering Grades 8 & Up • Adult Volunteers Welcome Visit in April for details.

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Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.

R Saturday Kids Club (ages 2 & up w/adult)

Saturdays, 10:30-11:15 AM • Co-sponsored by The Glen Town Center Location: The Book Market at Hangar One, 2651 Navy Blvd. Registration: Stories, crafts, and loads of FUN! These programs will be awesome. Rainbows All Around March 3 • Registration begins February 16 April Showers, May Flowers & Everything in Between April 7 • Registration begins March 23 SPECIAL EVENT! Improv Playhouse presents The Ugly Duckling May 5 • Registration begins April 20 A hilarious interpretation of the classic tale.

Drop-In Sakura Celebration (suggested for ages 5 & up)

Saturday, April 7, 1-3 PM • Youth Program Room Bring the whole family to celebrate spring’s arrival. Create a keepsake cherry blossom print with visiting scholar Eri Kandra and learn about this Japanese tradition.

R Citizen Science: Pollinators (suggested for ages 7 & up) Saturday, April 21, 2-3:30 PM • Community Room Honor Earth Day—Explore the vital role pollinators play in the ecosystem. Learn what steps you, a citizen scientist, can take to monitor and ensure their survival. See page 8 for details. ®

Guessing Jar • April 22—April 28 Stop by Youth Services to test your money smarts. If your guess is closest without going over, you win everything in the jar. Open to Glenview Public Library cardholders and Glenview students, up to age 14. Generously sponsored by Glenview Bank & Trust, a Wintrust Community Bank.

Super Saturday Family Shows


Saturday, May 5, 9 AM-5 PM Stop by Youth Services to pick up a FREE comic book, while supplies last, courtesy of Pastimes Comics & Games in Niles.

Spring Break

Mini-Maker Camp (suggested for ages 5 & up w/adult) Monday, March 26, 2-4 PM • Community Room Get creative and flex your maker muscles with six interactive camptivities, including Sphero chariot design and testing, straw rocket challenge, mini stress bag creation station, and more. Just drop in.

Drop-In Movie

Tuesday, March 27, 10 AM-Noon OR 2-4 PM • Community Room Enjoy a movie on the (Library’s) big screen. Look for the movie title in early March.

R Be a Warrior Escape Room (grades 5-8)

Wednesday, March 28, Noon-1 PM OR 2-3 PM OR 4-5 PM Youth Program Room Test your puzzle solving skills in the Library’s very first Escape Room. Work as a team to follow the clues and solve the puzzle before time runs out. No prior Escape Room experience needed. Space is limited.

Drop-In Family Board Game Night

Saturday, March 10, 10:30-11:15 AM • Community Room Enter a wonder-filled world of puppets, excitement, and (of course) magic.

(suggested for ages 6 & up w/adult) Thursday, March 29, 6:30-8:30 PM • Community Room Bring the whole family and enjoy classic board games like Monopoly and Sorry or try one of the Library’s modern strategy games like Settlers of Catan, Pandemic or Ticket to Ride.

R Dave DiNaso’s Traveling World of Reptiles

Picture This Storytime (ages 2 & up w/adult)

R Morris the Magic Man

Saturday, April 14, 10:30-11:45 AM Community Room We are SUPER excited to welcome Dave and his reptiles back to the Library for this up-close and totally interactive program.

R Ben’s Bubble Show

Saturday, May 12, 10:30-11:30 AM Community Room Are bubbles some type of magic? Are they science? Maybe both? Find out!

Friday, March 30, 10-10:45 AM • Community Room West Is it still a storytime if all the books are wordless? Find out what happens when the Librarians give it a try at this special Spring Break storytime. Just drop in.

Stuffed Animal Slumber Party

Drop Off: Friday, March 30, 5-7 PM • Youth Services Pick Up: Saturday, March 31, 11 AM-4 PM • Youth Services Calling all party animals! Bring a stuffed animal to the Youth Services Desk, kiss them goodnight, and wave goodbye. Pick them up the next day to learn what happens when the Librarians leave and the lights go out.

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TEENS Just for Fun R Teen Advisory Board (TAB) Meeting A VolunTeen Opportunity

Fridays, March 16, April 27 & May 25, 5-6 PM Multipurpose Room • Grades 9-12 Interested in teen services at the Library? Want to help plan programs, discuss books you love, and brainstorm with your peers and Library staff? Join us after school for a TAB meeting to share your ideas. TAB meets monthly and service points are awarded for participation. Pizza will be served.

R Spring Break Sewing Boot Camp Make a Burrito Pillowcase

Wednesday, March 28 & Thursday, March 29, 2-3:30 PM Community Room West • Ages 13-18 • Limit 8 Learn the unique burrito sewing method to make a pillowcase. Personalize your case by choosing your own colors and finish off with a French seam. During the first session, meet the machines and pick your fabric. In the second session, sew and complete your pillowcase. Participants must register for both sessions. Note: A one-time liability waiver signed by a parent must be on file before participation in sewing classes. Waivers are available at Reader, Reference, Youth or Circulation Services.

Video Games, Pizza & More

Friday, April 13, 5-8:30 PM Community Room • Ages 13-18 Get retro with games from the past as well as new ones! Play video games on the big screens using the Library’s game collections and consoles, including Wii, XBOX360, and PS4. Pizza is generously donated by Viccino’s. Just drop in. Note: In honor of National Library Week, participants will be entered into a special drawing for a Family Video gift card.

It’s Academic R ACT Practice Test

Saturday, March 3, 10 AM-2 PM Community Room West • Grades 9-12 • Limit 40 Professional tutors from College Nannies & Tutors of Glenview will guide you through a practice ACT test. It’s a great way to gain testing experience in a relaxed environment. Participants have three and a half hours to complete the test and 30 minutes to review answers. Bring pencils and a calculator.

R PSAT OR SAT Practice Test

Saturdays, March 17 & May 19, Noon-3:30 PM Community Room East • Grades 9-12 • Limit 40 C2 Education will facilitate practice tests for either the PSAT or SAT. Gain experience with these tests, now standards for Illinois college testing. Bring pencils and a calculator. ® R presents Money Management & the New College Student

Monday, April 23, 6-7:30 PM • Community Room West High School Students & Parents • Limit 40 Every new college student needs to know how to set a budget while away from home for the first time. An Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) representative will provide valuable tips on how to best manage college finances.

R DIY Teen Board Game Design

Wednesday, April 18, 6-8 PM • Community Room East Ages 13-18 • Limit 20 Love playing board games? Why not make your own! Learn basic steps in game design to get you on your way toward building and testing your own prototype. Register by April 10.



Saturday, May 5, 9 AM-5 PM Stop by the Teen Scene to pick up a FREE comic book, while supplies last, courtesy of Pastimes Comics & Games in Niles.



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ADULT ENRICHMENT in the Community Room Celebrate Women’s History Month GlenVIEWINGS: Just Drop In • See Page 9 Battle of the Sexes • Sunday, March 4, 1:30 PM Jane • Tuesday, March 13, 6:30 PM Lady Bird • Friday, March 16, 2 & 6:30 PM R Cleopatra, The Last Pharaoh of Egypt • Tuesday, March 6, 7-8 PM

One of the most famous female rulers in history, Cleopatra’s story is more amazing and incredible than a fiction author could imagine. Cleopatra "herself" will share her astounding story, audacious spirit, and astonishing guile as portrayed in costume and character by Martina Mathisen. Oh, the daring of Cleopatra.

R Both Sides Now: The Music of Joni Mitchell • Sunday, March 18, 2-3 PM Called one of the most influential female recording artists of the 20th century, Joni Mitchell’s voice continues to resonate today. Guitarist Tommi Zender, along with vocalist Rebecca Toon, will present Mitchell’s music from the late 60s–mid-70s and also discuss this fiercely independent artist.

R Spinning the Color Wheel in Your Garden • Tuesday, March 27, 7-8 PM

Andrew Bunting, the Chicago Botanic Garden’s Assistant Director and Director of Plant Collections, will teach you how to bring color theory into garden design and show many examples representing a myriad of color combinations. Color wheel interpretation will be a theme in the Chicago Botanic Garden’s summer designs. Get a sneak preview on how to use the color wheel in your home garden.

R Georgia O’Keeffe: The Inspiration of Nature • Tuesday, April 3, 7-8 PM

In this living-history performance, historian Leslie Goddard, Ph.D. portrays Georgia O’Keeffe, a complex and legendary artist. Goddard, as O’Keeffe, will reflect on her long life and her intense closeness to the muted palette of the landscape around her homes in New Mexico.

R Confident Painting Through Trial & Error • Wednesday, April 4, 6:15-8:30 PM Join April Art in the Library exhibitor Deb Anderson for a Gallery Talk, 6:15 PM, Library Lobby, followed by a Painting Workshop, 7 PM, Youth Program Room. Students paint a still life while Deb demonstrates her favorite techniques. Per Deb, “oil paint allows artists to rework and repaint areas. Mistakes happen and can add richness and depth to the vibrant colors of your work.” Limit 15. Required material list:

Celebrate National Library Week R Live Performance: The Long & Winding Road • Sunday, April 8, 2-3 PM Singer/guitarist Phil Angotti & Friends will kick-off a three-part Beatlemania mini-series with a selection of Beatles favorites and songs from the White Album—celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.

GlenVIEWINGS: Just Drop In • See Page 9 Good Ol’ Freda • Tuesday, April 10, 6:30 PM R The Beatles White Album with Professor Moptop

Wednesday, April 11, 6:30-8:30 PM Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the landmark 1968 White Album. Professor Moptop, from WXRT’s Breakfast with the Beatles, will discuss the importance of this album and how it was made. The Professor will also play selected tracks. A fun night for Beatles fans young and old.


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R Citizen Science: Pollinators

Saturday, April 21, 2-3:30 PM Honor Earth Day—Explore the vital role pollinators play in the ecosystem. Learn what steps you, a citizen scientist, can take to monitor and ensure their survival. Speakers include Student Commissioner, Glenview Natural Resources Commission, Wyatt Cummings, Lead Beekeeper, Wagner Farm, Robin Forde, and Senior Conservation Ecologist, Field Museum, Abigail Derby Lewis. ® R presents Selling on eBay + Amazon

Tuesday, April 24, 7-8 PM Got “stuff”? Learn how to make $$$ selling online to millions. Jack Waddick, Internet entrepreneur and eBay University instructor with over 4,000 transactions, will share a step-by-step plan to get started. Real time demos, plenty of time for Q&A, and no technical mumbo jumbo.

R Vagabonding Around the World • Tuesday, May 1, 7-8 PM

If you’ve always dreamed of world travel but never thought it possible, allow Brian Michalski to lead the way. Come along on his 22-month solo journey working/volunteering across continents. Get insider info about budgeting, travel apps, hostel life, coping with setbacks, and visa applications. You, too, can travel like a pro.

GlenVIEWINGS: Just Drop In • See Page 9 Roman Holiday • Tuesday, May 8, 6:30 PM R Travelin’ Tunes • Sunday, May 20, 2-3 PM No renewal of passport, baggage fees or shoe removal to contend with. Let vocalist Petra van Nuis and guitarist Andy Brown take you on a jazzy journey to exotic lands.

R The Bread That Traveled the World

Wednesday, May 23, 7-8:30 PM Youth Program Room Learn the history and traditions of the Challah, the Jewish holiday bread, in an all ages, handson bread baking workshop. This rich, egg-laced bread can become a welcome addition to your baking repertoire. Make a loaf to bake at home. Materials provided. Limit 30.

GlenViewings in the Community Room SPRING FILM SERIES • JUST DROP IN Discussion Follows Matinee Screenings


REMARKABLE WOMEN Battle of the Sexes (121min/PG-13/2017)

Sunday, March 4, 1:30 PM The true story of the 1973 tennis match between women’s World #1 Billie Jean King and ex-men’s champ Bobby Riggs that sparked discussions of equality, identity, and family that continue to reverberate today.

Jane (90min/PG/2017)

Tuesday Night at the Movies Tuesday, March 13, 6:30 PM An intimate portrait of renowned primatologist Jane Goodall’s life and work, drawing from over 100 hours of never-before-seen footage from the National Geographic archives.

Lady Bird (94min/R/2017)

Friday, March 16, 2 & 6:30 PM In early 2000s Sacramento, sharp-witted teenager Lady Bird struggles to navigate life and assert her independence. This coming-of-age film is directed by Greta Gerwig, the fifth woman in Oscar history to be nominated for Best Director.

Celebrate Women’s History Month


DECISIVE MOMENTS Marshall (118min/PG-13/2017)

Sunday, April 15, 1:30 PM Based on one of his careerdefining cases, young Thurgood Marshall partners with a Jewish lawyer to defend a black man in the midst of a racist and anti-Semitic environment.

Darkest Hour (125min/PG-13/2017)

Friday, April 20, 2 & 6:30 PM The dramatic and inspiring true story of Winston Churchill’s courage and leadership as Britain faced threats of invasion in the early days of WWII.


WONDERMENT Wonder (113min/PG/2017)

Sunday, May 6, 1:30 PM A heartwarming and inspiring journey of a boy with a facial deformity and the community that struggled to find acceptance and compassion. Based on the New York Times bestseller.

Wonderstruck (116min/PG/2017)

Friday, May 18, 2 & 6:30 PM Told through simultaneous stories, two children from different eras yearn for changes in their lives and discover clues that set them out on quests to find what they’re missing.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS Good Ol’ Freda (86min/PG/2013)

Tuesday Night at the Movies Tuesday, April 10, 6:30 PM A look back at the loyal and dedicated career of Freda Kelly, lifelong secretary for the Beatles. A glimpse into life with the Beatles by a devoted insider. See page 8 for companion programs in the National Library Week Beatlemania mini-series.

Roman Holiday (118min/1953)

Tuesday Night at the Movies Tuesday, May 8, 6:30 PM In this classic, a princess bored with her sheltered life in Rome sneaks past her guardians and falls in love with a newsman from America. Starring Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn. See page 8 for companion programs in the Hello World mini-series.

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SENIORS • ART IN THE LIBRARY Exploring the Senior Lifestyle

Gallery Open During Regular Library Hours

R The Celtic Crosses of Chicago

Friday, March 2, 1-2 PM • Community Room Laurel Mellien from Headstones and History will take you on an armchair tour of Chicagoland cemeteries containing Celtic cross headstones. She’ll examine the history of the High Crosses in Ireland, after which Chicago-area headstones are modeled. Laurel will also explore the meanings of the Celtic cross, Christian icons, and Pagan and Irish symbols.

R Self-Defense for Seniors

Friday, April 6, 1-2:30 PM • Community Room Learn simple and effective techniques to use against some of the most common unarmed attacks. Possessing over fifteen years of experience in martial arts, attorney Peter Honigmann will address the legal ramifications of using self-defense. Learn basic defenses against knife and club attacks, as well as defending yourself with a cane or walker. Participants with physical limitations will receive individual instruction on alternative self-defense options.

R Top 10 Senior Scams How to Avoid Becoming a Victim

Friday, May 4, 1-2 PM • Community Room According to the National Council on Aging, “financial scams targeting seniors have become so prevalent that they’re now considered the crime of the 21st century.” Glenview Police Officer Joel Detloff will discuss the top ten scams, how NOT to become a victim, and what resources are available if you do.

R CJE SeniorLife Counseling

Tuesdays, March 27, April 24 & May 22 • Second Floor Study Room 30-minute appointments available: 9:30 AM-Noon Do you have questions about retirement and health insurance options? CJE SeniorLife resource specialists provide counseling to adults 60 and over, their families, and caregivers. Counseling topics include selecting appropriate retirement benefits, picking the right health insurance and Medicare programs, determining housing needs, and identifying supportive resources. For more information and to make an appointment, call Kathy Gaeding at CJE SeniorLife, 773-508-1054.

Illinois 200: Celebrating Our Prairie Heritage

Through Tuesday, March 13 Artist: Dee Hudson • In the 1800s, Illinois was covered in 22 million acres of prairie, giving the state its nickname “The Prairie State.” Today, only a tenth of 1% of original prairie remains intact, making this one of the most rare and endangered ecosystems in the world. Dee and many other land stewards are devoted to restoring fields in Illinois back to their presettlement prairie landscapes. When photographing the prairie, Hudson finds it exciting to discover such diversity among the prairie plants and animals compared to the surrounding environment. As she hikes with her camera mile after mile through the prairie, she feels at home and has made deep connections to the land and to the stewards who love and nurture it.

A Long Look: Connecting to the Material World Thursday, March 15–Tuesday, May 15 Artist: Deb Anderson • GALLERY TALK: Wednesday, April 4, 6:15 PM • Library Lobby

A wall of tangled foliage…the vast night sky…a shifting web of waves. When something catches Deb’s eye and touches an inner nerve, painting can be a way of staying with it, observing and mapping, even when the significance is not initially clear. That long, focused looking becomes a meditation, a way of forging a deeper connection with the material world. Deb’s oil paintings explore natural forms. Many are located in and near Glenview: the Grove, a forest preserve, and along the sides of roads. The horizon is high or not visible. The view is directed down or up, searching. Compositions are pulled out of a chaos of plants, waves, and stars. Deb loves the feeling of getting lost in the colors and shapes, like a jigsaw puzzle. In Deb’s words, “If I look long enough, with focus and curiosity, then I’ll see more, and perhaps see something new.” Deb will also lead a painting workshop: Confident Painting Through Trial & Error • See page 8 for details.

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eBOOKS • AUDIOBOOKS • MOVIES • MUSIC • MAGAZINES R hoopla, kanopy, MyMediaMall & RBdigital Individual Appointments Mondays, March 5–May 21, 10 AM-1 PM Meet with trained Library staff for a 45-minute, one-on-one session and learn how to download eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, movies, TV shows or music to your mobile device. Visit or call Reader Services at 847-729-7500 x7600 for questions, to register, and for appointment locations. Glenview Library card required.

R Digital Downloads Roundup

Friday, March 9, 10-11 AM • Technology Lab Get caught up with the Library’s complete repertoire of downloadable services for eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, movies, TV shows, and music. Learn what’s new and see what’s happening with updates to your favorite digital collections—all available 24/7 with your Glenview Library card.

Digital Demos in the Lobby

Tuesdays, March 20 & May 22, 2-4 PM Ask the experts! Explore the Library’s digital eBook, audiobook, magazine, movie, TV show, and music collections. Learn how to download items to your mobile device from hoopla, kanopy, MyMediaMall, and RBdigital. Just drop in.

Book & Author Special Events R NAMI Reads • On Edge A Journey Through Anxiety

Thursday, March 15, 7-8:30 PM Community Room East Andrea Petersen, Wall St. Journal contributor and author, draws on her personal experience living and thriving with anxiety to bring hope, knowledge, and empowerment to those who also struggle. In partnership with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Cook County North Suburban. Book sale and signing following program.

R Step into the Past Historical Fiction Authors

Thursday, April 19, 7-8:30 PM Community Room Do you love to read about history, but prefer it in a fictionalized setting? Meet authors Susanna Calkins and Renée Rosen for a panel discussion of the historical fiction genre. They will also share the stories behind their exceptional novels. Book sale and signing following program.


Library-sponsored discussion groups for every literary interest. Book discussion selections are available at the Reader Services Desk one month prior to meetings. New members always welcome. Just drop in.

BookBites: Reading Social

Meets Monthly • Thursdays, 7 PM Location: Hackney’s on Lake, 1514 E. Lake Avenue March 1: Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? by Roz Chast April 5: My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry by Fredrik Backman May 3: The Other Einstein by Marie Benedict Co-sponsored by the Niles Maine District Library. Visit for details.

Page Turners

Meets Monthly • Mondays, 1 PM • Community Room East March 5: The Swans of Fifth Avenue by Melanie Benjamin April 2: Silver Sparrow by Tayari Jones May 7: A Paris Apartment by Michelle Gable

Much Ado About Mysteries

Meets Quarterly • Thursday, March 8, 7 PM • Community Room East Discussion Topic—Irish Eyes Are Dying: Mysteries Set in Ireland

All Things Spanish

Meets Monthly • Wednesdays, March 21, April 18 & May 16, 7-8:30 PM Multipurpose Room Native and non-native Spanish speakers are invited to join the fun while practicing language skills and expanding their love for Spanish/Latino culture. Meetings are conducted primarily in Spanish and may include reading a short story, watching a film, and more. Contact for more information and updates.

BOOKit! Exploring Nonfiction

Meets Bimonthly • Wednesdays, 7 PM • Community Room East March 28: What a Fish Knows by Jonathan Balcombe May 23: The Stranger in the Woods by Michael Finkel

No Pressure New Parents Book Discussion Group

Tuesday, May 22, 9:30-10:30 AM • Youth Program Room Adults discuss the book and babies get to know one another. Beginning March 1, pick up a copy of this quarter’s title, Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty, in Youth or Reader Services.

Reading Takes You EVERYWHERE

COMING THIS JUNE! 2018 Adult & Teen Summer Reading Program Stay Tuned for Further Details

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Tuesdays, March 6, April 3 OR May 1 • Second Floor Study Room Four 30-minute appointments available: 9-11 AM Consult with a career expert for resumé help and job search strategies for any stage of your career. To register, call 847-729-7500 x7700.

R Financial Planning Appointments

Tuesdays, March 20, April 17 OR May 15, 9 OR 10 AM Second Floor Study Room Need a financial tune-up? Schedule a free, one-hour consultation with a Certified Financial Planner®. To register, call 847-729-7500 x7700.

R SCORE Counseling Appointments

Tuesdays, March 20, April 17 OR May 15 • Second Floor Study Room Three one-hour appointments available: 5-8 PM SCORE Chicago provides mentoring to local small business owners and entrepreneurs. Current and potential entrepreneurs can benefit from the experience of retired volunteer executives to develop your business plan and grow your business. Register and schedule your appointment at

R Power Employment Workshop Secret Strategies to Land a Job in 90 Days

Tuesday, April 17, 9:30 AM-3:30 PM • Community Room East Discover proven strategies to land a job, as Illinois WorkNet Center speakers share what’s working and what’s not in today’s job market. This comprehensive workshop will discuss setting SMART goals to keep you on track, using social media to connect with active hiring managers, getting your resumé through today’s Applicant Tracking Systems, and sharpening critical interview skills. Register at



Saturday, April 21–Saturday, April 28 Live your life the Money Smart way with programs and activities designed to help consumers of all ages better understand their personal finances and manage the cost of daily living. See pages 6, 7 & 8 for additional Money Smart programs for all ages.

R Telephone & Utility Bill Clinic

Monday, April 23, 1-2:30 PM • Community Room East Citizens Utility Board (CUB) staff will review your telephone, electric, and natural gas bills and recommend ways for you to cut costs. Please allow for wait time while CUB staff is helping other patrons. Limit 25.

R Health Care & Your Retirement

Wednesday, April 25, 7-8 PM • Community Room East Health care will be one of your biggest expenses during retirement. Financial advisor Yev Kozachuk will discuss the potential impact of rising health care costs on retirement savings including Medicare, long-term care insurance, and supplemental health care.


Live the Money Smart way every day—explore online resources available with your Glenview Library card 24/7.

Stock, bond, mutual fund, and ETF ratings, as well as analysis for investors and researchers with investor education and portfolio analysis tools.

R Adult Literacy Classes: Spring Session

Classes: Tuesdays & Thursdays through May 17 9:15 AM-12:15 PM • No class on March 20 & March 22 A unique opportunity for native and non-native English speakers to improve their reading and writing skills. A small, friendly group led by a teacher and volunteer tutors meets twice weekly. Classes are conducted by Oakton Community College in the Glenview Library’s Community Room West. Call 847-635-1426 for details.

Homebound Services

Homebound Delivery Service is available to adult residents of Glenview who are confined to their homes and are unable to visit the Glenview Public Library due to a permanent or temporary disability or illness. A Library volunteer will pick up/deliver Library materials to your home every four weeks. For more information or to register, call the Outreach Librarian, 847-729-7500 x2612.

Investment research and ratings for stocks, funds, and options.

An independent, nonprofit consumer organization that evaluates quality and pricing of local service organizations and businesses. To access these valuable resources and more, go to, then select a subject or a specific resource from the A-Z list. Be sure to have your Glenview Library card handy.

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TECHNOLOGY & GENEALOGY Unless otherwise noted, Technology & Genealogy classes are held in the Technology Lab. Computers are provided for all attendees. Class size is limited and a Glenview Library card is required to register. Walk-ins are welcome on the day of class, space permitting. Participants must be 18 years or older. Basic computer and mouse skills are required for all classes held in the Technology Lab.


Thursday, March 1, 2-3:30 PM For beginners—Discover the Excel spreadsheet layout, data input, and the basics for writing formulas. Limit 12.

R Excel 2013 Intermediate

Thursday, March 8, 7-8:30 PM Do more with your spreadsheets. Learn several intermediate skills including tables and charts, conditional formatting, and absolute/relative cell references. Basic Excel skills required. Limit 16.

R Word 2013 Basics

Tuesday, March 13, 2-3:30 PM For beginners—Learn how to create and edit documents.

R PowerPoint 2013 Basics

Tuesday, March 20, 7-8 PM For beginners—Learn to create presentations and standalone slideshows for work, school or personal use.

R Facebook Basics

Thursday, April 12, 2-3:30 PM For beginners—Create a profile and get started with the basics of this popular social media site. This class will focus on Facebook for personal use. Sign up for a Facebook account before class.

R Word 2013 Styles, Tables & Images

Tuesday, April 17, 2-3:30 PM Format documents and learn how to work with pictures and clip art. Basic Word skills required.

R Google Drive

Friday, April 20, 2-3:30 PM New to Google Drive and its features? Learn how to create, upload, and manage content, and collaborate with others. Gmail account required.

R Travel Planning Online

Tuesday, April 24, 2-3:30 PM Learn to use Internet tools for travel planning, purchasing airline tickets, and finding vacation packages online.

R Craigslist

Wednesday, May 9, 2-3:30 PM Navigate the ins and outs of online classified ads on this popular website. This class will focus on buying and selling, searching rental ads, and avoiding scams.

R Internet Essentials

Tuesday, May 15, 2-3:30 PM Uncover tactics for using browsers, search engines, search strategies, and website navigation in this hands-on class.

R Internet Safety Basics

Friday, May 18, 2-3:30 PM Protect yourself online. Learn tricks to avoid scams, malware, and other Internet threats.

GENEALOGY CLASSES R NEW! Social Media for Genealogists


Tuesday, March 6, 2-3:30 PM Explore how social media can help in your genealogy research.

R Glenview Naval Airbase & The Hangar One Foundation


Saturday, April 14, 1 PM Community Room Bill Marquardt will discuss the Glenview Hangar One Foundation which works to preserve the history of Naval Air Station Glenview and several of the base's historic buildings. Presented in partnership with the North Suburban Genealogical Society.

Tuesday, April 10, 2-3:30 PM Learn about the extensive online resources provided by this free database.

R Military Records

Tuesday, May 22, 2-3:30 PM Discover how to find and use military records in your family history research. Naval Air Reserve Glenview, 1963 ©Chicago Tribune

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You are invited to five exciting programs, spring through fall. Program information, prices, and reservation flyers will be available March 1, 2018 in the Library Lobby and the Used Book Store, as well as at Please note: reservations MUST be made in writing on the flyers provided, with payment included. Reservations should be either mailed to the Friends’ library address or delivered in person to volunteers at the Used Book Store Desk.

Fall A Wild Bird Concern

Wednesday, May 16, 7 PM • Glenview Library Community Room Rick Kogan, dedicated Chicago observer and journalist (Sidewalks, Chicago Tribune), will share stories about the city he knows and loves: happy, sad, surprising, funny, scary, wonderful insights into people he knew and knows, who also loved this city on a river and a lake. From the city’s motto “I will” to Mike Royko’s adjustment: “I will, if I can get away with it,” enjoy an evening of Kogan’s unique Chicago perspectives.

Thursday, October 18, Luncheon: Noon, Program: 1 PM Glenview Library Community Room Linda S. Breuer is the owner, founder, and director of Barnswallow, A Wild Bird Concern in Lake County, Wauconda, Illinois. Linda grew up in Golf, Illinois, joined the family business, over years rose to the top, ultimately sold the business, bought a large property in Wauconda, and opened Barnswallow, A Wild Bird Concern—a state and federally licensed wild bird rehabilitation and education center. Hundreds of injured birds are brought to her, particularly in the springtime. She handles their rehabilitation by herself in her ample facilities, with help from one assistant and volunteer middle and high school interns. She is dedicated to the rehabilitation of injured and orphaned raptors and songbirds with the goal of restoring their freedom in the wild and helping the public become aware of the wonderful winged creatures sharing our space. Barnswallow is a private, not-for-profit Illinois corporation supported entirely by private funding. Linda will bring a variety of non-releasable birds—a falcon? a hawk? an owl?—to demonstrate her mission. The birds living at Barnswallow were too injured to be returned to the wild and thus live in great comfort and can be part of her educational talks. She also brings a large tarp for the floor, so it is protected. Linda is personable and eloquent; you won’t want to miss this Friends’ program.




Chicago Stories: A Talk with Rick Kogan

Are Diamonds a Girl’s Best Friend? We’ll See!

Wednesday, June 20, Luncheon: Noon, Program: 1 PM Glenview Library Community Room A sparkling example of Earth’s forces at work, the diamond has fascinated all realms of society, from starlets to scientists. Kathleen Baum, Professor, College of DuPage, will take us on an exploration of the history of the diamond as both a sacred and a social symbol, including a history of how diamonds came to be on engagement rings. Learn how a stone that is not rare became such a precious object to our culture. Please join us to add a little sparkle to your day.



Who Will She Be This Time?

Thursday, September 6, 9-11:30 AM • Glen View Club, 100 Golf Rd., Golf It’s the ever-popular Barbara Rinella, back with a new and exciting book dramatization. First, a delightful breakfast at the beautiful Glen View Club, then Barbara Rinella as ________________? Who will she be this time? Come for another magical program by this remarkable woman.

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Chicago’s Newberry Library and the American Writers Museum

Wednesday, November 14, 8:45 AM–4 PM 8:45 AM: Meet at Glenview Community Church, 1000 Elm Street Come enjoy, via deluxe chartered motorcoach, a day in Chicago when we will visit the recently-renovated Newberry Library and the American Writers Museum (opened May 2017). The Newberry Library, beginning a six-month renovation project in January 2018, is one of our country’s great, privately-endowed libraries. Created by a $2.2 million bequest in 1885 from Walter L. Newberry, a Chicago businessman and philanthropist who wanted “a free public library on the north side of the Chicago River,” it ranks with the Morgan, the Folger, and the Huntington. On our private and leisurely guided tour by a member of the Newberry’s staff, we’ll see the renovated library and the spectacular exhibition, Pictures from an Exposition: Visualizing the 1893 World’s Fair, created specifically to celebrate the library’s renovation and the 1893 Exposition. Luncheon will be a treat as well, catered and served in one of the Newberry’s conference rooms. Then, it is a short drive (ten minutes), via our motorcoach, to another museum created for the public from private donations, the American Writers Museum. This small museum is a special treasure, with engaging, interactive displays. Until 2017, there was no museum in our country that captured the wonderful literary heritage of the United States. The mission of this museum is to engage the public in celebrating American writers. Visit your favorite American writers!

Find Your Passion March Movie Mayhem MOVIES

Movie Mayhem Bracket

Thursday, March 1–Wednesday, April 4 In honor of NCAA March Madness, we’re doing our own bracket but with a movie theme. There’s an 80s bracket and a 90s bracket. Vote for your favorites each week with the finalists from each decade eventually facing off. By participating, you will be entered to win a weekly prize. To learn more and enter your picks, visit

Movie Mayhem: THE WINNER Special Screening Friday, April 6, 6:30 PM • Community Room The winner of our Movie Mayhem Bracket will be shown on the big screen. Check, visit the Library Facebook page, call 847-729-7500 OR stop by a Library Service Desk to find out the winning movie. Just drop in for this special screening.

Color & Create

Materials and Supplies Provided

Tax Form Origami

Thursday, April 5, 2-4 PM Community Room West Taxes aren’t fun, but do you know what is? Using tax forms to create origami. Relieve a little stress from the tax season by using last year’s forms to create several origami designs. Just drop in.

Open Coloring

Tuesday, May 1, 1-5 PM • Multipurpose Room Join us for this trend in creative relaxation. Come and color collaboratively or as an individual. Just drop in. All ages welcome.

Fiber Arts Studio

Games Galore

R Sew With a Friend

Game On! Board Gaming for Adults

Thursday, March 8, 6-8 PM • Limit 8 Multipurpose Room • Adults & High School Teens Bring your sewing buddy or come and make a new one! Meet the Bernina sewing machines and spend the evening threading them and sewing seams. Use your new skills to make a soup bowl cozy. Please bring two coordinating fat quarters of fabric (100% cotton) and we’ll provide the rest. Registration and Glenview Library card required for each participant.

R Spring Break Sewing Boot Camp Make a Burrito Pillowcase Wednesday, March 28 & Thursday, March 29 2-3:30 PM • Community Room West • Ages 13-18 Limit 8 • See page 7 for details.

R Adult Learn to Sew A Four-Part Series

Mondays, April 9, 16, 23 & 30, 6:30-8 PM Multipurpose Room • Ages 18 & Up • Limit 8 Learn basic machine and sewing construction techniques. Use your new skills to make a nine-patch pillow. Sewing machines, sergers, patterns, and notions will be provided. Please bring fabric, thread, pillow form, and zipper to the first class. Supply list available at the Reader Services Desk. Attendance is required for all four classes; registering for the first session reserves your seat for each session. Register by Monday, March 26. Glenview Library card required.

R Open Sewing Studio

Wednesday, May 2, 2-4 PM Community Room East • Ages 18 & Up Use our Bernina sewing machines and Juki sergers to work on your own project or choose one of ours. Staff will provide basic instruction on projects and equipment. Questions and assistance will be limited to beginner level sewing topics. No online registration. Visit or call Reader Services at 847-729-7500 x7600 to register for a one or two hour session. Glenview Library card required.

Play our assortment of board, dice, and card games featuring strategy favorites like Catan, Ticket to Ride, and Pandemic OR bring your own. Ages 18 & up. Just drop in. AT HEINEN’S Saturday, March 3, 1-4 PM Location: Heinen’s Grocery Store 1020 Waukegan Road Meet in the Heinen’s Café. Pastimes Comics & Games will join Library staff to help show you the ropes. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. AT THE LIBRARY Monday, April 23 6:30-8:30 PM • Community Room East Library staff (and fellow gamers) will be on hand to assist. Bring friends or make new ones.

Family Board Game Night

Thursday, March 29, 6:30-8:30 PM Community Room Bring the whole family to play one of our many board games OR bring your own. Classic games like Monopoly and Sorry will be available, plus strategy games like Catan, Pandemic, and Ticket to Ride. Pastimes Comics & Games will join Library staff to help get you started. Suggested for ages 6 & up; children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult. Just drop in.

Retro Game Night for Adults

Thursday, April 12, 6-8:30 PM Community Room Remember when video game controllers had cords? Enjoy a nostalgia-filled night with classic video game consoles, board games, and emulators. We also challenge you to take on the Oregon Trail. Are you a true guide or only a greenhorn? Ages 18 & up. Just drop in.

R DIY Teen Board Game Design Wednesday, April 18, 6-8 PM Community Room East • Limit 20 See page 7 for details.

Note: A one-time liability waiver must be signed and on file before participating in all sewing classes. Teens must have waiver signed by a parent or guardian. Waivers are available at Reader, Reference, Youth or Circulation Services.

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