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Library link May/June 2017

Inside This Issue News Adult Events Teen/Tween Events Storytimes Family Events Youth Events Upcoming Titles

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Library Closings Friday, May 5 Closed Monday, May 29 Closed

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Build a Better World Summer Reading Program

Monday, June 12–Saturday, August 5 Ready, set, read! Sign up for the Summer Reading Program and log your reading to earn tickets for a chance to win one of our grand prizes. Readers in grades PreK–12 will receive weekly prizes. Grand prize tickets can be picked up at the Youth or Information Desks. This program is open to youth (ages 2+) and adults of all ages. Registration starts Monday, June 12 at the Library or online at greenhillslibrary.org. You can also conveniently log your reading through our website. Books, eBooks, and audiobooks checked out from the Green Hills Public Library District collection are eligible.

Summer Reading Kick-Off! Monday, June 12 • 3:30–7:30pm

Start the summer off right at the Library! Sign up for the 2017 Summer Reading Program on Monday, June 12 between 3:30–7:00pm and treat yourself to a FREE Original Rainbow Cone at the Library! Then head over to Town Square Park gazebo for the Palos Hills Community Center’s concert with Common Allies from 6:00–7:30pm.

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Registration Events marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, April 14 at 9am. Registration by phone will not be accepted. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last four digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. Non-residents may register for events online or in-person one week after registration opens to GHPLD cardholders. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our events, please contact the Library at least five days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or visit the Information Desk or Youth Services Desk.

Community Mosaic Project Saturday, May 20 • ​Call for Times Friday, June 9 • Call for Times The Library is planning the installation of a new mosaic near the main entrance, and we want you to be involved! In anticipation, we will be having workshops where community members can create their own ceramic piece to be included. There will be a series of workshops led by artist, Sonata Kazimieraitiene. Space for these workshops is limited, so please contact the Information Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 120 to sign up starting Friday, April 21. Registration will be accepted in-person or by phone. These workshops are open to all community members aged 5+.

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from the director

News Friends of the Library Spring Meeting The Friends of the Green Hills Library will hold their spring meeting on Tuesday, May 2 at 6:30pm in the 1st floor Meeting Room. After a brief meeting, we will enjoy a delicious dessert of cheesecake with coffee or tea. This is a great opportunity to socialize with other members of the Friends of the Library. New members welcome!

Crochet for Charity I love summertime: the long, lazy days of summer, spending time with family, taking a vacation, and being able to enjoy reading in my garden. Of course I like to read all the time, but I know that for our younger people, summertime means taking a break from assigned school reading. However, it is a scientific fact that students lose or forget material they learned during summer break – also known as the “summer slide.” Reading helps the brain remember so it’s important to read every day. Don’t be a part of the “summer slide” – join our Summer Reading Program KickOff on Monday, June 12 with a free Original Rainbow Cone and earn prizes while you read. We are going to be working with Sonata Kazimieraitiene again, the artist who crafted many of our mosaics inside and outside of the Library. For those of you who have your artwork already displayed, here is your chance to add more. If this is your first time, Sonata will be here to lend a helping hand if you are like me and not particularly artistic! The theme will be “Flowers of Friendship” so start thinking about flowers that have a special meaning to you. Perhaps you would like to make a flower from your native country. I will be making a Tudor Rose!

We have donated a total of 93 baby blankets, 635 pet beds, and 59 hats. This is an ongoing program, so bring in your donations anytime. We will accept items that are already completed or you can check out a bag with all the materials provided. We are always accepting yarn donations as long as the yarn is machine washable. All donations can be given to the Circulation or Information Desk on the 2nd floor of the Library.

Reel Special Event with Bill Brandeis Saturday, June 17 • 10:30am–4:30pm

Drop in the Library throughout the day to view an exciting array of full-sized movie posters. There will be a short and fun matching activity for all ages. This activity consists of matching several descriptions to movie posters on display. One lucky participant with all correct responses will win a $30 Visa gift card!

Sensory Make and Play Day Tuesday, June 20 • 4:30–5:30pm

Green Hills Public Library District and the Oak Lawn Park District Special Recreation Department are excited to offer this new opportunity! This program is designed for individuals with special needs who desire play and socializing time with peers. The program will consist of arts and crafts, sensory-appealing activities, a light snack, and time to have fun with new and old friends! Parent or caregiver must stay with each registered participant. This event is for ages 8–adult. For more information, please contact Brittany Ramos at (708) 598-8446 ext. 118.

Staff Institute Day

Geocaching Competition

The Library will be closed Friday, May 5 for Staff Development Day. Normal hours will resume on Saturday, May 6.

Monday, June 5–Saturday, August 5

Parking Notice The Library’s parking lot fills up quickly, especially when there is a scheduled event. If the parking lot is full, please park on Interlochen Drive. Parking in a non-designated space is prohibited as it may block entry/exit for other cars and emergency vehicles.

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Library Link | May–June 2017

Beginning Monday, June 5 contestants will be invited to visit participating area libraries so they can use clues and coordinates to find the hidden geocaches. For each cache you find at a participating library, you earn a raffle ticket for a $25 Visa gift card. To be eligible for the raffle, your library card must be in good standing. All ages welcome! Register and obtain your official clue card any time starting June 5. Last day to locate caches is Saturday, August 5 so let the adventure begin!


adult events Vegetable Gardening for Cowards Monday, May 1 • 7pm

This is the talk for people who are absolutely convinced that they cannot grow anything. Deborah is not a master gardener, but her family grows the majority of their fruits and vegetables, and you can too. She has made just about every gardening mistake imaginable, and she shares her humorous insight and hard-won knowledge to put you on the path to growing vegetables that you can actually eat and enjoy. This event is for adults only.

Dave Rudolf’s British Invasion Show Thursday, May 4 • 7pm

Enjoy an evening of entertainment presented by Dave Rudolf. Featuring music of The Beatles, Donovan, The Kinks, The Who, and more. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. This event is for adults only.

Paper Quilling Workshop*

Saturday, May 13 12:30–2:00pm OR 2:30–4:00pm

Also known as paper filigree, paper quilling is the art of rolling strips of paper and pinching or arranging the coils or strips into shapes and designs. Learn the different quilling techniques to create fun designs. Registration is limited to 20 per workshop. Due to high demand, we are offering two sessions of this program and patrons are limited to registering for only one session. This event is for adults only.

Crochet 101

Wednesday, May 3 • 10am Wednesday, May 17 • 10am OR 3pm Wednesday, June 7 • 10am Wednesday, June 21 • 10am OR 3pm We will be hosting Crochet 101, a class where you can learn the basics. Supplies will be provided by the Library, but feel free to bring your own. For more information, please contact Amanda Rubino at (708) 598-8446 ext. 122.

Lunch and Learning: One Brief Shining Moment: The Kennedys in Chicago* Friday, May 19 • 11:30am

Learn over lunch! The Library will provide lunch from Corner Bakery. As the 100th birthday of President Kennedy approaches, his family’s legacy and legend loom as large as ever. The Kennedys’ shadows touch many hamlets and halls in our country including Chicago. Join historian/musician Clarence Goodman to learn more. Registration is limited to 45. This event is for adults only.

Adult•ish: Events for 20–30 Somethings Craft Bar: Beer Glass Etching Thursday, May 18 • 7pm

Join us to craft over drinks and appetizers. We will be etching beer glasses with custom designs. All supplies will be provided. This event is for 20–30 somethings. Location: Imperial Oak Brewing 501 Willow Blvd., Willow Springs, IL 60480

Books + Beers

Thursday, June 15 • 7pm

Come discuss new and notable books over drinks. Copies of the books will be available at the Circulation Desk one month prior to each meeting, or you may acquire the book yourself. This event is for 20–30 somethings. The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made

You Say You Want an Evolution: The Short But Profound Career of The Beatles

by Greg Sestero Location: Imperial Oak Brewing 501 Willow Blvd., Willow Springs, IL 60480

Monday, May 8 • 6:30pm

Seven years. Seven short but brilliant years. That’s how long The Beatles made records. Yet today, nearly 50 years after they broke up, their music is still the standard by which we judge every band who has followed in their wake. Join musician/ historian Clarence Goodman as we explore from when John first met Paul to the last time the quartet crossed Abbey Road. This event is for adults only.

Craft Night: Succulent Gardens* Monday, May 22 • 7pm Come make a beautiful succulent garden at the Library! All supplies will be provided. Registration is limited to 35. This event is for adults only.

Events marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, April 14 at 9am. Registration by phone will not be accepted. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last four digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. Non-residents may register for events online or in-person one week after registration opens to GHPLD cardholders. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our events, please contact the Library at least five days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or visit the Information Desk.

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Library Link | May–June 2017


adult Events Afternoon Movie: Hidden Figures

Wednesday, May 24 • 2pm

Join us for an afternoon movie! We will be watching Hidden Figures. One lucky person will win a copy of the movie. Refreshments will be served. This event is for adults only.

Cupcake Decorating Class* Thursday, June 1 6–7pm OR 7:30–8:30pm

In this fun and interactive class, we’ll cover everything from gathering necessary materials to prepping frosting and using basic decorating techniques. Everyone will leave with a few beautiful goodies of their own, recipe cards, baking and decorating tips, and a new set of skills to impress family and friends. Registration is limited to 20 per class. Due to high demand, we are offering two sessions of this program and patrons are limited to registering for only one session. This event is for adults only.

Book discussions will take place on the last Wednesday of the month at 7pm at different locations around the community. Copies of the books will be available at the Circulation Desk one month prior to each meeting for GHPLD cardholders. Adults of all ages are welcome to participate!

May 31 • 7pm The Good Earth by Pearl Buck

Tuesday, June 6 • 7pm

Vicki Burger will help you declutter and organize your things! Learn to create a plan with your timeframe, specific goals, and who can help. Also, discover tips to help sorting your clutter, prioritizing what to keep, identifying non-profits, and getting help to move unwanted items out! This event is for adults only.

Technology Trends Thursday, June 8 • 6:30pm

Curious to know what’s happening in the world of personal technology? This class will cover all the hottest news about the coolest technology coming around the corner as well as what the more distant future might hold. Registration is limited to 30. This class is for adults only.

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Vegetable Gardening for Cowards.........................7pm

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Friends of the Library Spring Meeting............6:30pm

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Crochet 101..............................................................10am

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Dave Rudolf’s British Invasion Show.....................7pm

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You Say You Want an Evolution........................6:30pm

13 Paper Quilling Workshop*........12:30pm OR 2:30pm 15 Board Meeting............................................................5pm 17 Crochet 101..............................................10am OR 3pm 18 Craft Bar: Beer Glass Etching..................................7pm 19 Lunch and Learning*........................................11:30am 22 Craft Night: Succulent Gardens*............................7pm 24 Afternoon Movie: Hidden Figures..........................2pm

Location: Bertucci’s Mediterranean Taverna 10331 S. Roberts Rd., Palos Hills

June 28 • 7pm Schadenfreude, A Love Story by Rebecca Shuman

Decluttering, Downsizing, and Organizing Your Stuff

Adult Calendar of Events May

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June 1

Cupcake Decorating Class*................6pm OR 7:30pm

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Decluttering, Downsizing, & Organizing Your Stuff...

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Crochet 101..............................................................10am

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Technology Trends...............................................6:30pm

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12 Summer Reading Kickoff: Rainbow Cone.......3:30pm 13 Bingo Night*.........................................................6:30pm 15 Books + Beers.............................................................7pm

Location: The Irish Legend 8933 Archer Ave., Willow Springs

17 Reel Special Event with Bill Brandeis...........10:30am 19 Board Meeting............................................................5pm 20 Sensory Make and Play Day..............................4:30pm 21 Crochet 101..............................................10am OR 3pm

Bingo Night*

Tuesday, June 13 • 6:30pm

Bring your family, friends, and neighbors for a night of action-packed bingo excitement! Winners will receive gift cards and other prizes! Refreshments will be served. Registration is limited to 60. This event is for adults only.

Dinner and a Movie: Jackie* Thursday, June 22 • 6pm

Join us for dinner and a movie! We will be showing the film Jackie and have a catered dinner! One lucky person will win a copy of the movie! Registration is limited to 45. This event is for adults only.

22 Dinner and a Movie: Jackie*...................................6pm 28 Unshelved...................................................................7pm 30 Ageless Grace Class*........................9:30am OR 11am

Ageless Grace Class*

Friday, June 30 9:30–10:30am OR 11am–12pm

Ageless Grace is a cutting-edge brain fitness program based on neuroplasticity that activates all five functions of the brain: analytical, strategic, kinesthetic learning, memory/recall, creativity, and imagination. These exercises, based on everyday movements that are natural and organic, focus on the healthy longevity of the body and mind. Due to high demand, we are offering two sessions of this class and patrons are limited to registering for only one session. Registration is limited to 40. This event is for adults only.

Events marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, April 14 at 9am. Registration by phone will not be accepted. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last four digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. Non-residents may register for events online or in-person one week after registration opens to GHPLD cardholders. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our events, please contact the Library at least five days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or visit the Information Desk.

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Library Link | May–June 2017


teen/tween events Drop-In Perler Bead Keychains

Wednesday, May 10 Drop in between 3:00–4:30pm

Drop in and make cute keychains out of perler beads! Ages 10–17.

Pizza & Movie Night: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (PG-13) Thursday, May 18 • 6pm Snack on pizza and pop while we watch Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (PG-13). No registration. Space limited to first 30 attendees. Ages 10–17.

DIY Instagram Slime* May 23 • 6:00–7:30pm

Come to the Library and make the coolest, trendiest slime straight from your Instagram feed! We will be making three types of slime for you to take home. Registration is limited to 30. Ages 10–17.

Natgirl Reads: Book Club* Come join Miss Natalie for a fun book discussion followed by a craft! Snacks will be provided. Copies of the book will be available at the Youth Services Desk one month before the book club meeting. If you do not pick up your book one week before the meeting, your spot will be forfeited and given to the next person on the waiting list. Registration is limited to 20.  Ages 10–17.

Use layering techniques, stamps, paper punches, and other fun embellishments to create fun and unique greeting cards! Materials will be provided. Registration is limited to 25. Ages 10–17.

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Henna Creations*..................................................6–8pm

10 Drop-In Perler Bead Keychains..............3:00–4:30pm 15 Board Meeting............................................................5pm 18 Pizza and Movie Night..............................................6pm 23 DIY Instagram Slime*...............................6:00–7:30pm 31 Natgirl Reads: Book Club*.......................................6pm

June 10 DIY Card Making*......................................2:00–3:30pm 19 Board Meeting............................................................5pm 20 Tie-Dye Shirts*...........................................................6pm 28 Natgirl Reads: Book Club*.......................................6pm

Wednesday, May 31 6:00–7:30pm

Through the Woods by Emily Caroll Craft: Spooky Candles

DIY Card Making*

Saturday, June 10 • 2:00–3:30pm

teen/Tween Calendar of Events May

Wednesday, June 28 6:00–7:30pm

The Nameless City by Faith Erin Hicks

Craft: Paper Laterns

Henna Creations*

Wednesday, May 3 • 6–8pm Come to the Library and experience the world of henna! We will learn the cool history behind the pretty designs, get henna tattoos, and decorate cookies with henna designs. Registration is limited to 20. Ages 10–17.

Tie-Dye Shirts*

Tuesday, June 20 • 6pm Come to the Library and perfect your DIY skills by tie-dying the perfect summer shirt! A white t-shirt will be provided, or you may bring your own article of clothing to tie-dye. Registration is limited to 25. Ages 10–17.

Looking For Service Hours?

Calling all students! We need volunteers to assist with the Summer Reading Program from June 12–August 5. All volunteers must be at least 13 years old. You can sign up at the Youth Services Desk starting Monday, May 15. There will be a mandatory volunteer training session on Wednesday, June 7 at 5pm. Questions? Call the Youth Services Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 117.

Events marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, April 14 at 9am. Registration by phone will not be accepted. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last four digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. Non-residents may register for events online or in-person one week after registration opens to GHPLD cardholders. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our events, please contact the Library at least five days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or visit the Youth Services Desk.

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Library Link | May–June 2017


storytimes Pajama Storytime*

Baby Bookworms*

Tales for Two’s*

Ages 3–5 Feel free to come in your PJs and have some fun with stories, songs, and more! Registration is limited to 18.

Ages 0–23 months With a focus on music and movement, this storytime is perfect for our youngest pre-readers! Caregiver must attend with the child. Older siblings welcome. Registration is limited to 12.

Ages 24–35 months Stories, songs, and more! Caregiver must attend with the child. Registration is limited to 15.

Tuesdays at 6:30pm May 2, 9, 16, 23

Wednesdays at 10am OR 11am May 3, 10, 17, 24

Tuesdays at 10am May 2, 9, 16, 23

family events Family Bingo*

Thursday, May 11 • 6pm

Looking for some fun for the whole family? Come play bingo for prizes! Everyone is a winner! Registration is limited to 60. Children of all ages welcome. Caregivers must register as well.

Family Movie Time Fridays at 4:30pm

Enjoy a free movie, popcorn, and juice with the family! All ages are welcome.

Madcap Puppets: Monsters of Baseball

Mammals and More Monday, May 15 • 6pm

The Flying Fox Conservation Fund is bringing ten exotic animals to the Library to talk about habitat and conservation. Our furry visitors may include a fennec fox, slow-moving sloth, and many more! Come to the Library to get up close to these amazing animals. This program is open to children of all ages and caregivers. No registration, but due to room capacity, the program is limited to the first 90 attendees.

Monday, June 19 • 6pm

The sign at the ballpark says “No Monsters Allowed!”, but that doesn’t stop Roscoe from sneaking little monster Gus in to see a baseball game, where others soon join the fun. Giant puppets bring the history and tradition of baseball alive through songs, stories, and poems. Children of all ages and caregivers welcome.

Monarch, Bluestem, Caudill, Lincoln, Oh My! Get a start on next year’s reading this summer at the Library. We have copies of all of the 2018 IL Reader’s Choice and Rebecca Caudill Award Nominees. There are some amazing books on the list this year, so don’t wait! Beat the rush and check them out this summer!

Sing • May 26 Storks • June 16

Monarch

Bluestem

Caudill

Lincoln

Events marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, April 14 at 9am. Registration by phone will not be accepted. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last four digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. Non-residents may register for events online or in-person one week after registration opens to GHPLD cardholders. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our events, please contact the Library at least five days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or visit the Youth Services Desk.

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Library Link | May–June 2017


youth events BYOD: Bring Your Own Dice

Wednesday, May 3 • 3–5pm Wednesday, June 7 • 3–5pm

Come to the Library to challenge others to some awesome tabletop gaming. Bring in your favorite game or try some new ones like Sushi Go or Munchkin! Children ages 8 and up. Dice not required.

Tech Club

Tuesday, May 16 • 6pm Monday, June 5 • 6pm

Come to the Library to explore and tinker with technology and robotics! We will experiment with Makey Makeys, Squishy Circuits, the Mbot robot, and much more! Grades 3–8.

Painting Craft Thursday, June 29 5:30pm OR 7pm

Come to the Library to paint your own ice cream cone bank. Please dress accordingly as this program could get messy. Children ages 5 and up. We are offering two sessions of this program and patrons are limited to attending only one session.

youth Calendar of Events May 2

Tales for Two’s*.....................................................10am

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Lego Club..................................................................4pm

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Pajama Storytime*............................................6:30pm

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Baby Bookworms*..............................10am OR 11am

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BYOD: Bring Your Own Dice..................................3pm

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Tales for Two’s*.....................................................10am

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Pajama Storytime*............................................6:30pm

10 Baby Bookworms*...............................10am OR 11am

Kids Trivia Night*

Thursday, May 25 • 6pm

How well do you know your facts? Join us for some trivia fun! Trivia night will consist of four rounds of questions that will be given to you in a group setting. There will be refreshments and prizes! Come join us for an eventful night! Registration is limited to 25. Children ages 7 and up.

10 Eco Club*...................................................................6pm 11 Family Bingo*...........................................................6pm 15 Board Meeting..........................................................5pm 15 Mammals and More.................................................6pm 16 Tales for Two’s*......................................................10am 16 Tech Club...................................................................6pm 16 Pajama Storytime*.............................................6:30pm 17 Baby Bookworms*...............................10am OR 11am 17 Science Lab*..............................................................6pm 22 Crafternoons.............................................................4pm 23 Tales for Two’s*......................................................10am

Science Lab*

Wednesday, May 17 • 6pm Wednesday, June 21 • 6pm

Crafternoons

Go full STEAM ahead with Miss Emily while she leads the group in science experiments at the Library. Registration is limited to 25. Children of all ages welcome, but under 6 must be assisted by a caregiver.

Drop in between 4–5pm

Get crafty with us! Swing by the Activity Room for an afternoon craft. Children of all ages welcome.

23 Pajama Storytime*.............................................6:30pm 24 Baby Bookworms*...............................10am OR 11am 25 Kids Trivia Night*.....................................................6pm 26 Family Movie Time: Sing...................................4:30pm

June 5

Crafternoons...........................................................4pm

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Tech Club.................................................................6pm

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Lego Club.................................................................4pm

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BYOD: Bring Your Own Dice.................................3pm

14 Eco Club*..................................................................6pm 16 Family Movie Time: Storks..............................4:30pm 19 Board Meeting.........................................................5pm 19 Madcap Puppets: Monsters of Baseball............6pm

Monday, May 22 Monday, June 5

21 Science Lab*............................................................6pm 29 Painting Craft...........................................5:30 OR 7pm

Eco Club*

Lego Club

Join Miss Emily as you watch a video, play a game, and make a craft all about a nature topic that you voted on. Registration is limited to 25. Children ages 6 and up.

We supply the Legos, you supply the imagination and building skills! Grades K–5.

Wednesday, May 10 • 6pm Wednesday, June 14 • 6pm

Tuesday, May 2 • 4pm Tuesday, June 6 • 4pm

Events marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, April 14 at 9am. Registration by phone will not be accepted. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last four digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. Non-residents may register for events online or in-person one week after registration opens to GHPLD cardholders. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our events, please contact the Library at least five days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or visit the Youth Services Desk.

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Library Link | May–June 2017


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Library Board of Trustees Rick Kelleher, President Stephen Culen, Vice President Tom Hanes, Treasurer Noula Angelos, Secretary Patricia Parise Steve Stratakos Jane Jenkins, Library Director

Newsletter Published by: Green Hills Public Library District 10331 S. Interlochen Drive Palos Hills, IL 60465 (708) 598-8446 greenhillslibrary.org

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Library Link | May–June 2017

May Price of Duty by Dale Brown Heat Storm by Richard Castle Nighthawk by Clive Cussler Since We Fell by Dennis Lehane The Thirst by Jo Nesbo 16th Seduction by James Patterson Come Sundown by Nora Roberts Against All Odds by Danielle Steel Secrets in Summer by Nancy Thayer Testimony by Scott Turow

June Other Countries : A British Police Procedural by Jo Bannister Dangerous Minds by Janet Evanovich The Sunshine Sisters by Jane Green Lockdown by Laurie R. King The Silent Corner by Dean Koontz Dis Mem Ber and other Stories of Mystery and Suspense by Joyce Carol Oates Murder Games by James Patterson The Ultimatum by Karen Robards The Duchess by Danielle Steel Indecent Exposure by Stuart Woods

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