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Vol. 33, No. 2

NEWSLETTER & PROGRAM GUIDE MARCH–MAY 2019

HISTORY GETS PERSONAL AT GPL

Learn about a little-known gem of the Library: the Genealogy & Local History Room. See page 3.

NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK: MOTOWN

Celebrate this annual event with a tribute to “the music that moved the world.” See page 9.

MAKER FAIRE 2019

Mark your calendars and join the Maker Movement. See page 10.

INSIDE

Creativity Blossoms at Your Library

Direct Line............................2 Announcements....................3 Kids & Family.........................4 Teens.....................................7 GlenVIEWINGS.......................8 Adults....................................9 Book Discussions................. 11 Career & Finance................. 12 Technology & Genealogy..... 13 Seniors................................ 14 Art in the Library................ 15 Friends of the Library.......... 15 Readers’ Shelf..................... 16


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1930 Glenview Road | Glenview, IL 60025 847-729-7500 | TTY: 847-729-7529 glenviewpl.org | info@glenviewpl.org LIBRARY HOURS Monday through Friday: 9 AM-9 PM Saturday: 9 AM-5 PM Sunday: 1-5 PM BOARD OF TRUSTEES BoardofTrustees@glenviewpl.org Allan J. Ruter President John Miller Vice President Carol A. Schmitt Secretary Wendy Goldstein M. David Johnson Stella Kalfas Kathy Davis Vega LIBRARY DIRECTOR Vickie L. Novak ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Jane D. Berry DEPARTMENT HEADS Business Manager Christine Klimusko Circulation Karen Kee 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 Ellen Stern President Friends Used Book Store—847-901-5910 Open Daily During Library Hours NEWSLETTER DESIGN Bronwyn Sill LIBRARY CLOSINGS EASTER Sunday, April 21 MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND Sunday, May 26 & Monday, May 27 No materials 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

With an eye toward community partnering and local environmental initiatives, the Library reached out to the Village of Glenview upon learning of its grant to preserve the monarch butterfly last fall. The Village was awarded a $7,500 grant from ComEd and Openlands to establish four butterfly gardens throughout the community. The Library is an ideal site, with its central location downtown, its high visibility adjacent to Jackman Park, and as a learning venue for thousands of children of all ages each year. The monarch butterfly population has been in steep decline for a number of reasons, one of which includes the reduction of milkweed plants in agricultural areas. Mature butterflies only lay their eggs on milkweed plants, so they are essential to their lifecycle. With help from institutions such as The Field Museum, increasing the milkweed plants in urban areas to make up for this decline has become a priority for repopulation in the Chicagoland region. In addition to the Library, the Village also selected butterfly garden sites near the downtown Metra station, the north Glenview Metra station, the Glenview Village Hall, and roadway medians in The Glen. Last fall, a combination of milkweed plants in two varieties (swamp and whorled), and nectar plants (black-eyed susans and purple coneflowers) were planted in existing gardens south of the Library on the east side of the site near the public walkways. These additional plants enhance existing landscaping, which already had several plant species suitable as nectar plants for the adult monarchs. With the addition of the milkweed, the gardens will host monarch caterpillars in late summer/early fall before they turn into butterflies and fly south to Mexico for the winter. To build public awareness, the Library has hosted programs for the public featuring Senior Conservation Ecologist Abigail Derby Lewis from The Field Museum and will offer butterfly storytimes for children (page 4) and additional pollinator themed programs (page 9) this spring. As plants begin to regenerate and come to life in the weeks ahead, we hope that patrons enjoy a resurgence of the monarch butterfly population and view them when visiting the Library!

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$ Call for a Print documents Scan your Get your finances Convert your selection of books from anywhere at documents or in order with a old family home and movies based glenviewpl.org/ photos to USB, Certified Financial videos to DVD. on your sick wifiPrint. email, or directly Planner®. Available in child’s favorites to the printer. See page 12. Library only. and pick up at the Drive-up window.


SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS Money Smart Week

Saturday, March 30–Saturday, April 6 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 page 12.

National Library Week

Sunday, April 7–Saturday, April 13 Libraries = Strong Communities Through educational opportunities and access to information, libraries strengthen communities and transform lives every day. Join us for special programs and events all week celebrating the valuable role libraries play in building strong communities. See pages 4 & 9. Food for Fines This year, in honor of National Library Week, give back to your community by participating in our Food for Fines program. From April 7–April 14, each donation of nonperishable food items removes $1 in Library fines. All food donations go to the Northfield Township Food Pantry. If you’ve been avoiding the Library because of overdue fines, now’s your chance to clear your account.

Maker Faire 2019

Saturday, May 11, 11 AM-3 PM • All Ages Join the Maker Movement! Mark your calendars for the Library’s bi-annual celebration of innovation, creativity, and DIY resourcefulness. Hands-on activities, STEAM projects, and tech demos for all ages. For more information, visit glenviewpl.org/MakerFaire19 in early April.

NEW! Youth Services Circulating STEAM Collection

Launching May 11 at Maker Faire 2019 We are thrilled to launch this new, circulating collection of STEAM-themed materials. Don’t miss the big reveal at Maker Faire 2019 where the knowledgeable Youth Services Librarians demonstrate a selection of equipment straight from these incredible kits. Innovators of all ages are sure to be inspired. Items available for check out to GPL cardholders on May 11.

HISTORY GETS PERSONAL AT THE LIBRARY The past and present converge at the Glenview Library for patrons searching for their familial roots. With special programs, technology workshops, and designated research space, the Library provides assistance and access to those interested in researching their ancestral history, or to those just looking to connect to the past. The Genealogy and Local History Room is staffed by Librarian Kimberly Schlarman with help from six volunteers; both genealogy professionals and hobbyists, with expertise in local history, English, German, Jewish ancestry, and more. For Library patron and genealogy volunteer Terry Jackson, his interest in the topic began when he was researching his family’s immigration history, but it has since grown into a bigger appreciation for the subject. “It expands what we know of history. We read about the history, the big movements of war, and the leaders. When you learn about family history, you find out about what everyday people did in those times,” says Jackson. Whether finding lost family, exploring adoption history, or creating a family tree, genealogy staff hope to overcome obstacles in research through collaborative efforts. “Memorizing dates and facts about a war is one thing, but when you actually see an ancestor’s military record and get a chance to read about their experience, that history comes alive for you in a totally new way—you suddenly feel a connection to this far away thing that happened,” says Schlarman. To learn more about the genealogy services provided by the Library or to learn how to become a volunteer, contact Genealogy Librarian Kimberly Schlarman at kschlarman@glenviewpl.org.

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INFANTS & PRESCHOOL TICKETED STORYTIMES

Butterfly Storytime Week Monday, April 29-Friday, May 3

Stories, songs, and fun with the lively Youth Services Librarians. Tickets given out 20 minutes prior to each session. Preference given to Glenview Public Library cardholders.

February 11—March 14 & April 1—May 16 • Youth Program Room MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

TICKETED Family Storytime (all ages) 9:30-10 AM OR 10:30-11 AM

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

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

TICKETED Family Storytime (all ages) 9:30-10 AM OR 10:30-11 AM

TICKETED Friday Fun See Below

TICKETED Family Storytime (all ages) 6-6:30 PM

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

Fridays, March 1 & 15, April 5 & 19, May 3 & 17 10:30-11:15 AM • Youth Program Room Finish the week with stories and hands-on fun with the Youth Services Librarians.

TICKETED Baby Signs (birth-age 3)

Fridays, March 8, April 12 & May 10 10:30-11:15 AM • Youth Program Room Pre-readers and their families learn American Sign Language together through new activities each month.

TICKETED Family Storytime (all ages) 1-1:30 PM

R YMCA Preschool Art (ages 3-6 w/adult) Thursdays, March 14, April 11 & May 9 1:30-2:30 PM • Youth Program Room The North Suburban YMCA Art Academy provides a monthly opportunity for preschoolers to explore and create art.

Smile & Rhyme at Heinen’s (ages 2+ w/adult) Tuesdays, March 19, April 23 & May 21 10:30-11 AM • Offsite: Heinen’s Grocery Store 1020 Waukegan Road Join us for stories, rhymes, and songs in the Café, then stay for a snack and to chat. Just drop in.

R Music & Movement with Baker Demonstration School (ages 2-5 w/adult) Thursday, March 21, 10:30-11 AM Youth Program Room Please join us for a special morning of singing and playing with staff from Baker Demonstration School.

LIBRARIES =

STRONG COMMUNITIES NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK

Sunday, April 7—Saturday, April 13 During the week, stop by the Youth Services activity station to create a thank you note for a local community helper. Just drop in.

BYOB Parenting Playgroup (birth-23 months) Saturdays, March 23 & May 25, 10-11:15 AM Youth Program Room Enjoy playtime and connect with other growing families. Infant specialists will occasionally be on hand to briefly discuss their areas of expertise and answer questions. Just drop in.

TICKETED Baby Signs See Below

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

Friday, April 5, 10:30-11:15 AM Youth Program Room Money smarts for our tiniest patrons. See page 12 for more Money Smart programs.

Storywalk

Sunday, April 7–Saturday, May 18 Offsite: Little Bear Garden at Gallery Park, 2001 Patriot Boulevard Children and animals watch the world transform from the dark of winter to the brightness of spring in When Spring Comes by Kevin Henkes.

No Pressure New Parents Book Discussion Group

Saturday, April 27, 10-11 AM Youth Program Room Adults discuss the book and babies get to know each other. Pick up a copy of this quarter’s title, My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry by Fredrik Backman, at either the Youth or Reader Services Desk. Just drop in.

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Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult. R LEGO Club

Tuesdays, 4:15-5:15 PM • Youth Program Room March 12, April 9 & May 14: Grades 1-2 March 19, April 16 & May 21: Grades 3-6 Calling all builders! Join us for our monthly free build. We provide the LEGO; you bring the ideas.

Homework Help Center (grades 1-8)

Tuesdays through March 19, 6-7:30 PM (No Session February 19) Youth Program Room High school volunteers to the homework rescue! Thirty-minute sessions for homework, reading, and math skills provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Children may be grouped by subject and grade level. Just drop in.

School’s Off Maker Zoo

(suggested for ages 6+) Friday, March 1, 2-4 PM • Youth Program Room Stop by to see (and try!) different parts of the Library’s Mobile Makerspace during our high and low-tech petting zoo. PLEASE NOTE: There are no animals at this program. Just drop in.

R Spark Park (grades 1-3)

Tuesdays, March 5, April 2 & May 7, 4:15-5 PM Youth Program Room Young and curious minds needed for handson exploration of STEAM topics.

R Glenview’s Got STEAM (grades 5-8)

Thursdays, 4:30-6 PM March 7 • Glenview Library: Design April 4 • Glenbrook South: Robotics Got STEAM? All workshops are developed and presented by the Glenbrook South Society of Women Engineers, whose mission is to inspire girls to develop confidence in STEAM fields and endeavors. No prior knowledge or experience required. Registration opens 2 weeks prior to program date. Space is limited.

Drop-In Chess (through grade 8)

Fridays, March 8, April 12 & May 3 7-8:30 PM • Youth Program Room Learn fundamentals and strategy with volunteer chess instructor Steve Levenson.

SCHOOL AGE ALL ABOUT THE BOOKS Caudill Book Club (grades 6-8)

R YMCA School Age Art (grades 1-4)

Thursdays, March 14, April 11 & May 9 3:30-4:30 PM • Youth Program Room The North Suburban YMCA Art Academy provides a monthly opportunity for children to explore and create art.

Offsite: Middle School Library Resource Centers At Attea: Tuesdays, March 5 & 19, April 2 & 16, May 7 & 21 At Springman: Thursdays, March 14, April 11 & 25, May 9 & 23 Our fantastic School Services Librarian is making biweekly, lunchtime visits to the LRCs at Attea and Springman. Bring your lunch (we’ll handle dessert) and talk about the 2019 Caudill List.

Helping Hands for the Homeless

R Book Blitz (grade 6)

(grades 5-8) Fridays, March 15 & April 26, 3:30-5 PM Youth Program Room Enjoy snacks and earn service hours by creating plarn (plastic yarn) for an upcoming service project. Just drop in.

NEW! TAG: Tween Advisory Group

(grades 5-8) Wednesdays, March 20, April 17 & May 15 4-5 PM • Youth Program Room Join TAG and earn service hours for sharing your ideas with Library staff while also enjoying snacks, talking about books, and meeting new people. Just drop in.

R Library Links: Spring Golf Clinic

2-3 PM • Community Room • All Ages Saturday, March 23: Chipping/Pitching Sunday, March 24: Putting Show off on the links this spring with new skills learned at this clinic. Glenview Park Golf Club teaching professional Michael Stone is offering a two-part group lesson at the Library. Limit 20.

Saturday, April 27, 1-3 PM Community Room Exclusively for 6th graders. Grab some friends, read 10 Rebecca Caudill nominees, and show off your reading skills by answering the trickiest of trivia questions. Many teams will enter, but only one will be awarded the title of 2019 Champion.

R Graphic Novel Book Club (grades 3-5)

Tuesday, April 30, 4:15-5:15 PM OR Saturday, May 4, 2-3 PM Youth Program Room Love graphic novels? Come talk about this quarter’s title, CatStronauts: Mission Moon by Drew Brockington. Register at the Youth Services Desk and pick up your free copy. Open to GPL cardholders and students attending Glenview schools. In person registration required to receive the book.

R Spool-Cessories (grades 3-5)

Monday, May 20, 4:15-5:15 PM Youth Program Room Build a simple spool knitter, then learn how to use it to create fun gifts and accessories.

SUMMER READING PROGRAM VOLUNTEERS

Entering Grades 8+ Applications Available Starting April 15 Please visit glenviewpl.org/kidspp in early April for program details.

GPL CARDHOLDER REGISTRATION: Begins February 11 • GENERAL REGISTRATION: Begins February 25 |

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FAMILY FUN

Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.

R Saturday Kids Club at the Glen

(ages 2+ w/adult) Saturdays, 10:30-11:15 AM Offsite: The Book Market at Hangar One 2651 Navy Boulevard Stories, crafts, and loads of fun! These programs are awesome, and you should totally come. Co-hosted by the Book Market. March 2: Play with Your Food Register starting February 15. April 6: SPECIAL EVENT! Juggling Funny Stories with Chris Fascione Register starting March 22. May 4: Hold Your Horses Register starting April 19.

Drop-In Family Game Night

Thursday, May 23, 6:30-8:30 PM Community Room Bring the family and enjoy a mix of classic board games and modern strategy games.

Drop-In Movie: Ralph Breaks the Internet (116min/PG/2018)

R Stuffed Animal Pet Parade (grades K-3)

Monday, March 25, 10 AM-Noon OR 1-3 PM Community Room Enjoy a movie on the Library’s big screen. PLEASE NOTE: Another movie will be substituted if the DVD is not released by the program date.

Free Range Crafting

SUPER SATURDAY FAMILY FUN in the Community Room

R Tea (Rex) Party (ages 3+ w/adult) Saturday, March 16, 10:30-11:30 AM How do dinosaurs have a tea party? Enjoy tea and treats while listening to stories, followed by a visit from everyone’s favorite Cretaceous period creature. Fancy party and/or dinosaur clothing encouraged, but not required.

R Creventive Puppet Company presents The Three Little Pigs

Saturday, April 13, 10:30-11:15 AM Huff and puff and join us for this puppet-tastic presentation of the classic fairy tale.

(suggested for ages 5+ w/adult) Tuesday, March 26, 10 AM-2 PM Youth Program Room Get creative with the Library’s humongous collection of craft materials in a templatefree zone. Just drop in.

R Sew, What? (grades 5-8)

Wednesday, March 27, 10-11:15 AM OR Noon-1:15 PM • Youth Program Room Meet the Library’s sewing machines and learn the basics of machine and hand sewing, then use your new skills to create an awesome project to take home. Space is limited. PLEASE NOTE: A one-time liability waiver must be on file prior to participating in all sewing programs. All participants must have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian AND on file with the Library by 3/23/19. Waivers are available at the Youth Services Desk.

Thursday, March 28, 2-3:30 PM Youth Program Room Bring your favorite stuffed friend for an afternoon of fun. Create special accessories, primp your stuffie, enjoy a visit from our in-house stuffed pet vet, and march in the Library’s first ever Pet Parade.

Friday Fun at the Movies: Sing-A-Long Tangled (100min/PG/2010)

Friday, March 29, 10 AM-Noon Community Room Big hair, don’t care! Be ready to sing your heart out at this special Friday Fun. Just drop in.

R Mario Kart Deluxe Tournament

(grades 3-8) Friday, March 29, 2-4:30 PM Community Room 3, 2, 1, GO! Compete for a chance to win prizes, glory, and bragging rights in a Grand Prix tournament on the Nintendo Switch. No driver’s license required.

R Escape Room: Master the Myth

(grades 5-8) Saturday, March 30, 11 AM-Noon OR 1-2 PM OR 3-4 PM • Youth Program Room Zeus’s crown is missing! Work together to find clues and solve puzzles to return it to him. Please leave all chariots at home.

R Animal Quest Live Animal Show Saturday, May 18, 10:30-11:15 AM Don’t miss this Saturday morning voyage into the animal kingdom, with TEN different animals.

ATE CELEBR MIC O FREE C AY BOOK D

Saturday, May 4, 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.

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TEENS JUST FOR FUN March Mayhem: TV Showdown

Friday, March 1-Thursday, April 4 In honor of NCAA March Madness, we’re doing our own bracket, and this year’s theme is TV Sitcoms versus TV Dramas. Visit glenviewpl.org/mm2019 to learn more and to enter your picks.

R Sew With a Friend

Thursday, March 21, 6-8 PM Community Room East High School Teens & Adults See page 10 for details.

Teen Advisory Board (TAB) Meeting A VolunTeen Opportunity

IT’S ACADEMIC R ACT Practice Test

Saturday, March 2, Noon-4 PM • Community Room East • Grades 9-12 Professional tutors from College Nannies + Tutors of Glenview guide you through a practice ACT test. It’s a great way to gain testing experience in a relaxed environment. Participants have 3.5 hours to complete the test and 30 minutes to review answers. Bring pencils and a calculator. Limit 40.

R PSAT/NMSQT Practice Test

Saturday, March 9, Noon-3:30 PM • Community Room East • Grades 9-12 This PSAT, known as the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, is intended for students aiming at a score in the 99th percentile their junior year to compete to become a National Merit Scholar. Gain exposure to this test and discuss your results, analysis, and college admissions plans with the director of C2 Education. Bring pencils and a calculator. Limit 40.

R SAT Practice Test Noon-3:30 PM • Grades 9-12

Saturday, March 16 • Multipurpose Room Saturday, April 6 • Community Room West Experience the SAT, now mandated in the state of Illinois. C2 Education facilitates a full-length, timed practice test. Gain exposure to this test and discuss your results, scores, and college admissions plans with the director of C2 Education. Bring pencils and a calculator. Limit 40.

R Money Smart Week: Managing College Costs

Monday, April 1, 7-8 PM • Multipurpose Room • Grades 9-12 & Their Parents Learn how to manage college costs and create a budgeting worksheet with the help of a representative from the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC).

Fridays, March 22, April 26 & May 31 5-6 PM • Teen Scene • Grades 9-12 Earn service hours by joining us after school to help plan programs, discuss books you love, and brainstorm with your peers and Library staff. TAB meets monthly. Just drop in.

R Library Links: Spring Golf Clinic

2-3 PM • Community Room • All Ages Saturday, March 23: Chipping/Pitching Sunday, March 24: Putting Show off on the links this spring with new skills learned at this clinic. Glenview Park Golf Club teaching professional Michael Stone is offering a two-part group lesson at the Library. Limit 20.

R Earth Day DIY Terrarium

Saturday, April 20, 2-3 PM Multipurpose Room • Grades 8-12 Celebrate Earth Day by creating a simple air plant terrarium. Bring your own container or use one of ours. We provide the materials; you provide the creativity. Limit 20. Register by April 17.

R College Knowledge 101: Searching, Applying & Essay Writing

Monday, April 22, 7-8 PM • Community Room East • Grades 9-12 & Their Parents A pair of local experts share tips and strategies on the college search, application, and essay writing processes. Gloria Mueller, former Glenbrook South High School college counselor, and Allan Ruter, former Glenbrook South assistant English department chair and Academy director, offer an interactive presentation for students and parents, with time for Q & A. Registration appreciated.

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GlenViewings in the Community Room SPRING FILM SERIES • JUST DROP IN Doors Open 30 Minutes Before Screening • Audience-Led Discussion Follows Matinees

March WOMEN WRITING HISTORY Colette (111 mins/R/2018)

Sunday, March 3 1:30 PM Pushed by her husband to write novels under his name, Colette finds success and fights to make her talents known, challenging gender norms.

Love, Gilda (88 mins/NR/2018)

Tuesday Night at the Movies Tuesday, March 12 6:30 PM A glimpse into the life and career of comedienne Gilda Radner through recently discovered audiotapes, interviews with friends, rare home movies, and diaries read by modern day comediennes.

Can You Ever Forgive Me? (106 mins/R/2018)

Friday, March 15 2 & 6:30 PM Best-selling celebrity biographer Lee Israel turns her art form to deception after falling out of step with the marketplace.

April HEROES & ANTIHEROES Standing in the Shadows of Motown (108mins/PG/2002)

Tuesday Night at the Movies Tuesday, April 9 6:30 PM A documentary about the Funk Brothers, a group of Detroit musicians who backed up dozens of Motown artists. See page 9 for companion programs during National Library Week.

The Old Man and the Gun (93 mins/PG-13/2018)

Sunday, April 14 1:30 PM Based on the true story of Forrest Tucker and his audacious escape from San Quentin at the age of 70 leading to an unprecedented string of heists that confounded authorities and enchanted the public.

First Man (141 mins/PG-13/2018)

Friday, April 19 2 & 6:30 PM A look at the life of the astronaut, Neil Armstrong, and the legendary space mission that led him to become the first man to walk on the Moon on July 20, 1969.

May THE GREAT DIVIDE MEET THE FILMMAKER Minding the Gap (93 mins/NR/2018)

Sunday, May 5 1:30 PM In this awardwinning documentary from Kartemquin Films, three young men bond together to escape volatile families in their Rust-Belt hometown. As they face adult responsibilities, unexpected revelations threaten their decade-long friendship. Enjoy the film and stay for a special post-screening discussion with Chicago-based Director, Bing Liu.

On the Basis of Sex (120 mins/PG-13/2018)

Friday, May 17 2 & 6:30 PM The inspiring true story of young lawyer Ruth Bader Ginsburg as she teams with her husband Marty to bring a groundbreaking case before the U.S. Court of Appeals and overturn a century of gender discrimination.

Shoplifters (121 mins/R/2018)

Tuesday Night at the Movies Tuesday, May 21 6:30 PM A family of small-time crooks take in a child they find outside in the cold.

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Unless otherwise noted, all programs are held in the Community Room.

WOMEN MAKING HISTORY

ADULTS

National Library Week

R The Six Wives of Henry the VIII Tuesday, March 5, 7-8 PM

Queen, lover, mother, outcast, victim, survivor—meet the six wives of Henry VIII. Martina Mathisen presents this living history program, revealing compelling truths about these remarkable women.

THE MUSIC OF MOTOR CITY

R March of the Women: Music for the 100th Anniversary of Suffrage

R Tribute to Motown

Tuesday, March 26, 7-8 PM Celebrate the passing of the 19th amendment—forbidding states to deny the right to vote on the basis of sex. Join Phil Passen and his hammered dulcimer as he performs “The March of the Women” and other anthems of the women’s suffrage movement.

WELCOME SPRING! R Bud Out: Urban Tree Restoration Tuesday, March 19, 7-8 PM

Do you want to live in a community shaded by mature trees? Our urban trees are threatened by extreme weather and growing exposure to pests and diseases. Learn what you can do to encourage healthier trees and restore community forests in Glenview with Melissa Custic of the Morton Arboretum’s Chicago Region Trees Initiative. Co-sponsored by the Village of Glenview Natural Resources Commission.

R Library Links: Spring Golf Clinic 2-3 PM • All Ages

Saturday, March 23: Chipping/Pitching Sunday, March 24: Putting Show off on the links this spring with new skills learned at this clinic. Glenview Park Golf Club teaching professional Michael Stone is offering a two-part group lesson at the Library. Limit 20.

R Designing for Pollinators Tuesday, April 23, 7-8 PM

Create a garden that pollinators will love to visit. Brennan Zwieg, Assistant Horticulturist at the Chicago Botanic Garden, covers the basics for designing, planning, and installing dynamic plantings to encourage a variety of pollinators.

Sunday, April 7, 2-3 PM Celebrate 60 years of “Motown Sound” with Tommi Zender and Alton Smith from the Old Town School of Folk Music.

Tuesday Night at the Movies: Standing in the Shadows of Motown (108mins/PG/2002) Tuesday, April 9, 6:30 PM See page 8 for details. Just drop in.

R The Music that Moved the World

Wednesday, April 10, 7-8 PM In 1960s Detroit, Motown Records produced hits as efficiently as the Ford Motor Company produced automobiles—110 Top Ten hits to be exact! Trace this fascinating musical journey in this multimedia presentation.

R Flowering Spring Trees: A Painting Workshop Thursday, May 9, 6:30-8 PM

Artist-educator Christine Thornton teaches fun, easy watercolor techniques to paint beautiful flowering trees, just in time for spring. Beginners welcome! Supplies provided. Limit 30.

TIMELY TOPICS R Money Smart Week: What Are We Doing this Weekend? Tuesday, April 2, 7-8 PM

Save money on your next vacation by staying close to home. Explore Chicago with Molly Page, author of 100 Things to Do in Chicago Before You Die. Get budget-friendly tips for planning your next staycation while discovering hidden gems to explore with the whole family.

R Redlined: Race, Change, and Community in 1960s Chicago Tuesday, May 14, 7-8 PM

Linda Gartz, author of Redlined: A Memoir of Race, Change, and Fractured Community in 1960s Chicago, shares the story of how she discovered family letters, diaries, and photos that inspired her search for the cause of her parents’ unraveling marriage and her research into the discriminatory federal lending policies that triggered racial change in her West Side Chicago neighborhood.

R Healthy, Mindful & Gluten-Free Tuesday, May 28, 7-8 PM

Looking to learn the basics for living gluten free? Joyce Lande, Nutrition and Kitchen Coach, provides practical steps to keeping healthy food staples on hand along with recipes and nutrition information for healthy, gluten-free foods. Tasting included. Limit 50.

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ADULTS FIBER ARTS STUDIO WINTER IS HERE An Evening of Ice and Fire: Game of Thrones Crafting Thursday, March 28, 7-8:30 PM Community Room East • Ages 18+ Create your own dragon egg, “hold the door” doorstop, or family crest and theorize with other fans just in time for the final season of HBO’s hit show. Supplies limited. Just drop in.

Game of Thrones Trivia Night at Macushla Brewing Co. Wednesday, May 8, 7 PM • Ages 21+ Offsite: Macushla Brewing Co., 516 Lake Ave. Think you know HBO’s Game of Thrones? Assemble your squad and compete for prizes and glory. Just drop in. Image Source: HBO

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

R Sew With a Friend

Thursday, March 21, 6-8 PM Community Room East Adults & High School Teens Learn the basics of operating a sewing machine, then use your new skills to make a stylish sunglass case. You bring two coordinating fat quarters of fabric; we provide the rest. Registration and Glenview Library card required for each participant. Limit 8.

R Open Sewing Studio

CREATE & PLAY Game On! Board Gaming for Adults Ages 18+

Offsite: Saturday, March 2, 1-4 PM • Hackney’s on Lake—Victoria Room, 1514 E. Lake Avenue At the Library: Mondays, March 11, April 8 & May 13, 6-8:30 PM • Community Room West Whether you’re a veteran or new to the hobby, we have a game for you. Play one of ours or bring your own to teach. Visit glenviewpl.org/gaming to view our game collection. Just drop in.

March Mayhem: TV Showdown

Friday, March 1-Thursday, April 4 In honor of NCAA March Madness, we’re doing our own bracket, and this year’s theme is TV Sitcoms versus TV Dramas. Vote for your favorites each week with the finalists from each genre facing off in the championship. By participating, you will be entered to win a weekly prize. Visit glenviewpl.org/mm2019 to learn more and to enter your picks.

R March Mayhem Trivia Night: TV Sitcoms & Dramas

Thursday, April 4, 6:30-8:30 PM • Multipurpose Room • Ages 18+ Who played Chandler’s father on Friends? Which famous author wrote the script for the pilot episode of ER ? Test your knowledge of TV’s greatest sitcoms and dramas. The winner of the March Mayhem: TV Showdown will also be announced. Limit 30.

MAKER FAIRE 2019

Saturday, May 11, 11 AM-3 PM • For All Ages Join the Maker Movement! Mark your calendars for the Library’s bi-annual celebration of innovation, creativity, and DIY resourcefulness. For more information, check glenviewpl.org/MakerFaire19 in early April.

Thursday, April 11, 2-4 PM Community Room East • Ages 18+ Use the Library's sewing machines and sergers in an informal setting to practice your sewing skills or work on your own project. Staff is available to provide basic instruction on projects and equipment, limited to beginning sewing topics. No online registration. Visit or call the Reader Services Desk at 847-729-7500 x7600 for questions and to register for a one- or two-hour session.

NEW DATABASE

Use your Glenview Library card to access over 1,000 award-winning art, craft, and cooking videos by top design experts and artists. Get started at glenviewpl.org/research

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ADULTS LITERACY

BOOK DISCUSSION GROUPS

R Adult Literacy Classes: Spring Session

Tuesdays & Thursdays, January 15–May 16, 9:15 AM-12:15 PM • Community Room West (No Class on March 19 & March 21) A unique opportunity for native and non-native English speakers to improve their reading and writing skills. Classes conducted by Oakton Community College at the Glenview Library. Call 847-635-1426 for details.

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

Page Turners Meets Monthly

Mondays, 1 PM • Community Room East March 4: The Hearts of Men by Nickolas Butler April 1: The Wife by Meg Wolitzer May 6: The Muralist by Barbara A. Shapiro

BookBites: Reading Social Meets Monthly Thursdays, 7 PM • Offsite: Hackney’s on Lake, 1514 E. Lake Ave. March 7: The Little French Bistro by Nina George April 4: The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend by Katarina Bivald May 2: The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper by Phaedra Patrick Visit facebook.com/nilesglenviewbookbites for details. Co-sponsored by the NilesMaine District Library.

R NEW! Great Books Discussion

SPECIAL AUTHOR EVENT R Crime Fiction Author Panel

Wednesday, April 24, 7-8:30 PM Community Room Interested in finding clues, solving crimes, and the thrill of the chase, but prefer reading about it in a fictionalized setting? In this panel discussion, authors Susanna Calkins, Jack Fredrickson, Julie Hyzy, and Victoria Thompson discuss their works and share the stories behind their exceptional crime fiction novels. Book sale by Book Bin Northbrook and author signing following program.

Wednesdays, March 13, April 10 & May 8 10-11:30 AM • Community Room East Inquiring minds and passionate readers: explore works of the world’s biggest thinkers and finest writers, from Plato, Aristotle, and Sophocles through Shakespeare, Dostoyevsky, and Austen, to Marx, Freud, Darwin, and more. Moderated by Michael Bartlett, journalist/editor and Glenview resident. For more information, visit glenviewpl.org/book-discussions. Registration is appreciated.

Much Ado About Mysteries Meets Quarterly Thursday, March 14, 7 PM Community Room East Discussion Topic—Murder by the Book: Library & Bookshop Mysteries

All Things Spanish Meets Monthly

Wednesdays, 7-8:30 PM • Multipurpose Room March 20: Current Events April 17: Movie Night—Sueño en Otro Idioma / I Dream in Another Language (2017/NR) May 15: Short Story or Excerpt Reading & Discussion Both native and non-native Spanish speakers are invited to practice their language skills and expand their love of Spanish/Latino culture. Contact cramirez@glenviewpl.org for more information.

BOOKit! Exploring Nonfiction

Meets Bimonthly Wednesdays, 7 PM • Multipurpose Room March 27: Consider the Fork by Bee Wilson May 22: Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann

Next Chapter Book Club

Wednesday Mornings • Teen Scene Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities read and learn, make friends, and have fun together in a public setting. Trained volunteers facilitate each club meeting. Meetings are held Wednesday mornings in the Library. If you’re interested in becoming a member, contact Janet McIntyre, Outreach Librarian, 847-729-7500 x2612.

Coming This June!

A Universe of Stories 2019 Summer Reading Program Stay Tuned for Details

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DOWNLOAD & STREAM eBOOKS • AUDIOBOOKS • MOVIES • MUSIC • MAGAZINES

R Career Counseling Appointments

R hoopla, MyMediaMall & Zinio Individual Appointments

Tuesdays, March 5, April 2 OR May 7 Second Floor Study Room Four 30-minute appointments available: 9-11 AM Consult with a career expert for resumé help, LinkedIn profile review, and job search strategies for any stage of your career. No online registration.

R Navigating the Job Search

Saturday, March 9, Noon-4 PM Community Room West Join career experts to learn the best way to find a job in the new economy. This program includes four one-hour workshops: Career Direction & Job Search Tools, Job Marketing Tools, The Art of Informational Interviewing, and a panel discussion on Developing Confidence and Interviewing. Co-sponsored by Skokie Public Library and Niles-Maine District Library. Limit 35.

Mondays, March 4-May 20, 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 the Reader Services Desk for questions, to register, and for appointment locations. Glenview Library card required.

Digital Demos in the Lobby Tuesdays, March 12 & May 14, 2-4 PM • Library Lobby

Ask the experts! Learn about the Library’s many digital collections and how to download items to your mobile device. Just drop in.

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Saturday, March 30–Saturday, April 6 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.

R Financial Planning Appointments

Tuesdays, March 19, April 16 OR May 21 9 OR 10 AM • Second Floor Study Room Need a financial tune-up? Schedule a free, one-hour consultation with a Certified Financial Planner®. No online registration.

R SCORE Counseling Appointments

R Telephone & Utility Bill Clinic with Citizens Utility Board

Monday, April 1, 1-3 PM • Community Room East Citizens Utility Board (CUB) staff reviews your telephone, electric, and natural gas bills and recommends ways for you to cut costs. Please allow for wait time while CUB staff is helping other patrons. Limit 25.

Tuesdays, March 19, April 16 OR May 21 Second Floor Study Room Three one-hour appointments available: 5-8 PM SCORE North Cook and Lake Counties provides mentoring to local small business owners and entrepreneurs. Current and potential entrepreneurs can benefit from the experience of retired volunteer executives to develop business plans and grow businesses. Register and schedule your appointment at northchicago.score.org/find-mentor-726.

R Managing College Costs

R Power Employment Workshop

Thursday, April 4, 7-8:30 PM • Community Room Learn about wills, trusts, powers of attorney, probate, and guardianship. Take the first step to create or update a plan that is appropriate for you. Understand how to select the correct person to make healthcare and financial decisions on your behalf when you cannot. Attorney Jacob K. Ehrensaft explains how to ensure your final wishes can be protected.

Tuesday, April 16, 9:30 AM–3:30 PM Community Room East This comprehensive workshop discusses setting SMART goals to keep you on track, using social media to connect with active hiring managers, getting your resume through today’s Applicant Tracking Systems, and learning critical interview skills. Register at worknetncc.com.

Monday, April 1, 7-8 PM • Multipurpose Room • Grades 9-12 & Their Parents Learn how to manage college costs and create a budgeting worksheet with the help of a representative from the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC).

R What Are We Doing this Weekend?

Tuesday, April 2, 7-8 PM • Community Room Save money on your next vacation by staying close to home. Explore Chicago with Molly Page, author of 100 Things to Do in Chicago Before You Die. Get budget-friendly tips for planning your next staycation while discovering hidden gems to explore with the whole family.

R Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning Basics

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

Friday, April 5, 10:30-11:15 AM • Youth Program Room Money smarts for our tiniest patrons. Tickets given out 20 minutes prior program. Preference given to Glenview Public Library cardholders.

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Unless otherwise noted, all programs are held in the Technology Lab. Unless otherwise noted, classes are held in the Technology Lab. Class size is limited and a Glenview Library card is required to register. Walk-ins are welcome on the day of the class, space permitting. Participants must be 18 years or older. Computers are provided for all attendees. Basic computer and mouse skills are required. Classes may be cancelled due to low enrollment; registrants will be notified. Latecomers will not be seated.

MICROSOFT OFFICE R EXCEL 2013 Basics Thursday, April 11, 10-11:30 AM

TECHNOLOGY GENEALOGY R FamilySearch.org

Thursday, March 7, 2-3:30 PM Learn about the extensive online resources provided by this free website.

R Getting Started with Ancestry

For beginners—Discover the EXCEL spreadsheet layout, data input, and the basics for writing formulas. Limit 12.

Thursday, April 18, 2-3:30 PM Learn how to easily navigate this popular database.

R EXCEL 2013 Intermediate Thursday, May 2, 7-8:30 PM

R Census Records

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.

Tuesday, May 7, 10-11:30 AM Find your ancestors in census records with these tips and tricks.

INTERNET BASICS

R Facebook Basics Tuesday, March 19, 2-3:30 PM

For beginners—Create a profile and get started with the basics of this popular social media site. This class focuses on Facebook for personal use. Sign up for a Facebook account before class.

NEW! R Organizing Your Computer Tuesday, April 23, 1-2 PM Learn file organization and storage for Windows computers.

R Google Drive Wednesday, April 24, 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 Internet Safety Basics Thursday, May 9, 2-3:30 PM

Protect yourself online. Learn tricks to avoid scams, malware, and other Internet threats.

R Job Search Databases Wednesday, May 15, 10-11:30 AM

Use Library resources to help compose resumes and cover letters, prepare for interviews and career exams, learn workplace skills, and identify employers.

NATIONAL SMALL BUSINESS WEEK Sunday, May 5–Saturday, May 11

R Social Media for Business 101 Thursday, May 9, 7- 8:30 PM • Community Room West Learn best practices to get the most out of social media activities for your business, focusing on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Pinterest. Presented by SCORE.

R Finding the Answers: World War II Online

Saturday, April 13, 1-3 PM Community Room Most WWII military records are not available online but you can still find clues to your soldier’s story. Jennifer Holik answers some common questions about online research and how you can find information that leads to offline resources. Presented in partnership with the North Suburban Genealogical Society.

See page 3 for the feature article, History Gets Personal at the Library.

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SENIORS GLENergy: EXPLORING THE SENIOR LIFESTYLE

GLENergy is a partner program with the Village of Glenview Senior Services and North Shore Senior Center.

R The Hidden History of Camp Skokie Valley

Friday, March 1, 1-2 PM • Community Room Join Beverly Dawson, President of the Glenview History Center, for an engaging lecture on the history of Camp Skokie Valley. Located in Glenview’s Harms Woods, the camp housed about 2,000 young men working for the Conservation Civilian Corps, whose mission was the construction of the Skokie Lagoons. Since the CCC program was discontinued in 1942, the camp has transformed several times: from housing a Military Police Battalion, a German POW camp, and finally a Girl Scout camp.

R What is Precision Medicine?

Friday, April 5, 1-2 PM • Community Room Dr. Pablo Gejman, NorthShore University HealthSystem, discusses precision medicine—an innovative approach for disease treatment and prevention that takes into account individual variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle. He also shares information on the “All of Us Research Program,” a partnership with the National Institutes of Health that may lead to insights into new medical treatments.

R Chicago from the River: A Virtual Tour

Friday, May 3, 1-2 PM • Community Room Chicago is to architecture what Paris is to art. Join Hy Speck, a 23-year docent for the Chicago Architectural Foundation, and virtually travel down the Chicago River. View the buildings while learning the histories of the structures and the people who helped make Chicago the architecture capital of the world.

SENIOR COUNSELING CJE SeniorLife Counseling

Tuesdays, March 26, April 23 & May 28 • Second Floor Study Room 30-minute appointments: 9:30 AM-Noon CJE SeniorLife (CJE) Resource Specialists provide counseling to adults ages 60 and over, their families, and caregivers on topics such as 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.

LIVE WELL, AGE WELL R Breathe Easy: Basic Lung Health

Friday, May 24, 1-2 PM • Community Room East Healthy lungs are essential for healthy living. Learn the basics of lung health with the American Lung Association of Illinois. This is an informative health presentation and conversation regarding smoking cessation, lung cancer, screening, asthma, and COPD.

LOW VISION SERIES A series of lectures at local libraries sponsored by the North Suburban Low Vision Consortium. For the complete list of events, visit glenviewpl.org/lowvision.

Low Vision Fair

Friday, April 26, 1-4 PM East Wing Senior Center 2400 Chestnut Avenue This fair features vendors of assistive technology and supportive service agencies. Free glaucoma screenings provided by Glenbrook Eye and Vision Center and free diabetic retinopathy vision screenings provided by the Park Ridge Lions Club. Just drop in.

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY AT THE LIBRARY Devices designed to help you gain more independence with everyday tasks and activities. Available for 3-Week Check Out: • Adapt-a-Lap • Assistive Listening Devices • LED Stand Magnifiers Available In-Library Only: • ADA Computer Workstation • Magna-Page Full Page Magnifiers • Merlin HD Video Magnifier For more information, please visit glenviewpl.org/outreach/accessibility.

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2019 FRIENDS PROGRAMS FOR ALL AGES Program details, prices, and reservation information available starting March 1 at the Used Book Store, in the Library Lobby, and online at glenviewpl.org/friends.

Gallery Open During Regular Library Hours

Ten People from Illinois Who Changed History (...Besides Abraham Lincoln)

Flora, Fauna & the Field

Wednesday, May 15, Luncheon: Noon Program: 1:15 PM • Glenview Library Community Room • Cost: $25/person Join Leslie Goddard, Ph.D., for this illustrated lecture commemorating ten intriguing people from Illinois, including heads of state, newsmakers, inventors, and others.

Thursday, March 14–Tuesday, May 14 Artist: Peggy Macnamara Library Lobby As an Artist in Residence at The Field Museum of Natural History for the past 35 years, Peggy Macnamara has created an extensive and varied body of work that explores the museum’s collections, specimens, exhibits, and conservation efforts, particularly in South America and Madagascar. Working with museum scientists, Peggy has written and illustrated four books including: Illinois Insects and Spiders, Architecture by Birds and Insects, The Art of Migration, and The Peregrine Returns. Her publications also include a coloring book of museum species and a children’s book, Rosie the Tarantula, the true story about a spider that got loose in the museum. Peggy is an educator and an Associate Professor at the School of the Art Institute.

Genetics: Latest Advances in Genetics Research & Testing including Hereditary Health Issues & Genomics

Thursday, June 6, 7 PM • Glenview Library Community Room • Cost: $20/person Our speaker, Sean Scott, Chief Business Officer of QIAGEN, will provide an overview of rapidly changing genetics developments and share an approach that will help families reduce health risks associated with heredity, cancer, and other leading causes of death within the U.S. Light refreshments will be served.

Who Will She Be This Time?

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Thursday, September 12, Breakfast: 9 AM; Program: 10:15 AM • Skokie Country Club, 500 Washington Ave., Glencoe • Cost: $45/person Breakfast and the ever-popular, magical Barbara Rinella with a new and exciting book dramatization.

Union League Club Exclusive Art Tour and Luncheon

Thursday, October 10 • Motor Coach Departs Glenview Community Church at 9:30 AM Returns at 4 PM • Cost: $85/person A day in Chicago via deluxe motor coach viewing the art collection of the Union League Club (more than 700 works) followed by a special luncheon at this well-known private club.

“Through my work, I hope to engage all ages in the wondrous world in which we live. By painting natural phenomenon like insect nests, I hope to expose the secrets from our own backyards, share my wonder and excitement, and inspire others to support conservation efforts.”

Winston Churchill: A Life Well-Lived

Tuesday, November 5, 7 PM • Glenview Library Community Room • Cost: $20/person Our speaker, Daniel Myers, is Chief Financial Officer of The Churchill Centre in Chicago, Illinois. His stories are a magnificent showing of Churchill and his many published exploits that illuminate, entertain, and possibly amuse any audience. Light refreshments will be served.

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