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Library link July/August 2017

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

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Library Closings Tuesday, July 4 Closed

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New High School Completion Program GHPLD is offering qualified community members the opportunity to earn an accredited high school diploma and credentialed career certificate through Career Online High School (COHS), a program brought to public libraries by Gale, a Cengage company. Part of the world’s first accredited, private online school district, COHS is specifically designed to re-engage adults into the education system and prepare them for entry into post-secondary career education or the workforce. Scholarships for COHS will be awarded to qualified learners looking to earn a high school diploma and advance their careers. Once enrolled, COHS pairs each student with an Academic Coach, who assists with developing an individual career plan, offers ongoing guidance and encouragement, evaluates performance, and connects the learner with the resources needed to demonstrate mastery of the course material. Classes are supported by boardcertified instructors and students have 24/7 access to the online learning platform. Residents can learn more by visiting greenhillslibrary.org/COHS. Questions about Career Online High School can be directed to COHS@greenhillslibrary.org.

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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, June 16 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.

National Night Out

Tuesday, August 1 • 7:00–8:30pm The Library is partnering with the Palos Hills Community Resource & Recreation Department, the Palos Hills Police Department, and the North Palos Fire Department for a fun summer evening for families! National Night Out is a nationwide campaign to encourage community engagement and build closer police-community partnerships. There will be a family concert with singer Dave Rudolf, a balloon artist, a face painter, and more! This event will take place at Town Square Park, Palos Hills. Send the summer off in style with fun for the whole family.

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. You can conveniently log your reading through our website. Books, eBooks, and audiobooks checked out from the Green Hills Public Library District collection are eligible.

LEARN MORE: greenhillslibrary.org


from the Announcements director Hosting International Students at MVCC: The Process, The Issues, The Joys! Thursday, July 6 • 7pm

This 90-minute session will cover everything you need to know about hosting a Moraine Valley international student in your home for a semester or longer. What is the approval process for becoming a host home? What are the students like? What are the rewards and the challenges? A monthly stipend is available for hosts but the cultural exchange and opportunity to mentor is really what this program is all about. Moraine Valley Community College International Student Affairs staff, along with currently participating Host Home Program participants, provide information and share their experiences. This event is for adults only.

I hope you are all enjoying your summer and that you will find time to join our Summer Reading Program and come to some of the wonderful programs we have to offer. I am certainly looking forward to spending time with my grandchildren and taking advantage of the Museum Adventure Pass. Did you know this pass offers free or discounted admission to places like the Children’s Museum in Oak Lawn and Brookfield Zoo? While school or studying may not be the first thing on your mind this summer, I am delighted to tell you that the Library has partnered with Reaching Across Illinois Library System and Gale, a Cengage company, to offer a new program called Career Online High School. Gale is known for connecting libraries to learning and learners to libraries, empowering anyone to learn. If you ever wished you had gotten your high school diploma but thought it’s too late, or you have no idea of how to go about getting it, this is a wonderful opportunity for you. We will be with you, supporting and encouraging you every step of the way! Look for further information inside the newsletter. I recently found myself reading a series only to discover that the author had decided to only publish in electronic format. This seemed like a great opportunity to offer our patrons a Kindle Paperwhite to continue reading their favorite authors and their series. Authors include Michael Connelly, John Grisham, Greg Iles, Dean Koontz, Patricia Cornwell, Janet Evanovich, James Patterson, and more! Don’t forget to join us at Town Square Park on Tuesday, August 1 for Palos Hills’s second annual National Night Out event. This nationwide campaign enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. I hope to see you there!

eBook Exclusives What do you do when you don't have an eReader and your favorite authors are publishing short stories, novellas, and other books only available in an electronic format? Check out a Kindle Paperwhite at the Library! We have preloaded it with popular titles that are exclusively available in an eBook format. Ask at the Circulation Desk for more details.

Crochet for Charity We have donated a total of 94 baby blankets, 676 pet beds, and 86 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.

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.

What’s Our Staff Reading? What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty Alice loses the last ten years of her memory. She has no recollection of having three children and can’t understand why she and her husband are divorcing. The novel is humorous, moving, well-paced, and gives Alice a chance to re-examine the things that really matter to her. -Jane, Library Director

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adult events If you are signed up for an event you cannot attend, please call the Information Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 120. This will allow us to contact other interested patrons on the waitlist. Given the current popularity of our programs, patrons who do not cancel their registration will be considered No Shows. If a patron is considered a No Show for three events, he or she may be unable to register for future events, and will instead be placed on the waitlist.

Ravinia Trip: The Beach Boys and The Temptations* Sunday, July 2 • 3pm

Come see The Beach Boys and The Temptations with us at Highland Park’s Ravinia Festival. Bring your dinner with or dine at the Festival’s many restaurants on site. Trip fee is $40 for residents and $50 for non-residents (cash or check please) and includes lawn seats and transportation. Registration begins in-person at the Information Desk on Thursday, June 15 at 9am. Sorry, no refunds. Registration is limited to 26. This trip is for adults only.

Crochet 101

Wednesday, July 5 • 10am Wednesday, July 19 • 10am OR 3pm Wednesday, August 2 • 10am Wednesday, August 16 • 10am OR 3pm Supplies will be provided by the Library, but feel free to bring your own.

Lunch and Learning: Illinois Inventors* Friday, July 14 • 11:30am

Learn over lunch! The Library will provide lunch from Corner Bakery. Then we’ll learn about some Land of Lincoln legends and their inventions. Registration is limited to 45. This event is for adults only.

Adult•ish: Events for 20–30 Somethings Craft Bar: Glass Coasters Thursday, July 27 • 7pm Join us to craft over drinks and appetizers. We will be decorating glass coasters with pressed flowers and cutouts. 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 BBQ Basics with Chef Dave* Thursday, July 20 • 6:30pm Chef Dave Esau, owner of Dave’s Specialty Foods, is bringing tips, tricks, and tasty samples to enhance your BBQ experience. Registration is limited to 40. This event is for adults only.

Thursday, August 17 • 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. Seconds: A Graphic Novel by Bryan Lee O’Malley Location: Imperial Oak Brewing

Henna Mason Jar Workshop*

501 Willow Blvd., Willow Springs, IL 60480

Tuesday, July 25 • 7pm

Ageless Grace Class*

We’ll learn some basic henna designs to decorate our jars. Then we’ll choose a beautiful gem-toned background paint color and design with golden paint. Registration is limited to 20. This event is for adults only.

Wednesday, July 19 • 10am

Ageless Grace is a cutting-edge brain fitness program based on neuroplasticity that activates all six functions of the brain. These exercises, based on everyday movements that are natural and organic, focus on the healthy longevity of the body and mind. This event is for adults only. Registration is limited to 28. This class will be held at the Palos Township Office, 10802 S. Roberts Rd., Palos Hills.

Gong Meditation* Tuesday, July 11 • 6:30pm Gong Guru Andre Peraza will be back at the Library to guide us on a gong meditation journey. Bring a yoga mat, blanket, and a favorite pillow. Registration is limited to 45. This event is for adults only.

Staying Positive in a Negative World Monday, July 31 • 7pm

Science shows that the average person thinks 60,000 thoughts per day with over 45,000 of those thoughts being negative. Why? Constantly negative news bombards us all day, every day. In this one of a kind program, learn the 10 fundamental practices to help you maintain a positive attitude, despite the odds. This event is for adults only.

Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, June 16 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 programs online or in-person one week after registration opens to GHPLD cardholders. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our programs, 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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adult Events Medicare Made Easy!* Friday, August 4 • 10am

Diane Adduci, a community educator and licensed insurance representative, will present an educational program about Medicare Parts A and B and will also be discussing Medicare Supplement Plans. Come and learn about eligibility, enrollment, and the benefits of Medicare and Medicare Supplements. This program is designed for people turning 65, already 65 or over but leaving their employer plan, or people who would simply like to learn more about Medicare. Questions are welcome! This event is for adults only.

Fires, Flops, and Floods*

Unshelved

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!

July 26 • 7pm My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante Location: Capri Ristorante Italiano, 12307 S. Harlem Ave., Palos Heights

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August

Tuesday, August 8 • 7pm

Everyone knows about the Great Fire of 1871, but for a city that’s only been around for 180 years, Chicago has had more than its share of calamities. From horrifying stories like the Eastland Disaster and the Iroquois Theatre Fire to silly ones like the Great Flood of ‘92, it’s astounding how much chaos has occurred here. To learn more about these tragedies, join Clarence Goodman for another chapter from his American Narrative series. This event is for adults only.

Walgreens Immunization Talk* Wednesday, August 16 • 10am Ever think about getting the Shingles or Pneumonia vaccine but just not sure if you should? Come learn about the recommended vaccines for you and your family. This event is for adults only.

Afternoon Movie: La La Land Tuesday, August 22 • 2pm

Join us for an afternoon movie! We will be showing the film La La Land. One lucky person will win a copy of the movie! Popcorn and drinks will be served. This event is for adults only.

Ravinia Trip*.........................................................3pm Crochet 101.......................................................10am Hosting International Students at MVCC......7pm Gong Meditation*........................................6:30pm Lunch and Learning*.................................11:30am Board Meeting....................................................5pm Ageless Grace Class*.......................................10am Crochet 101........................................10am or 3pm BBQ Basics with Chef Dave*......................6:30pm Henna Mason Jar Workshop*..........................7pm Unshelved............................................................7pm Craft Bar: Glass Coasters..................................7pm Staying Positive in a Negative World............7pm

August 30 • 7pm The Radium Girls by Kate Moore Location: Hong Min Restaurant, 8048 W. 111th St., Palos Hills

Bingo Night* Monday, August 7 • 6:30pm

Come to the Library for an action-packed bingo excitement! Play for prizes! Refreshments will be served. Registration is limited to 60. This event is for adults only.

Yesterday Once More* Saturday, August 12 • 1pm

Join us for an upbeat tribute to the music of the 1970s by Legacy Girl Renee Hein and guitarist Dave Byron. This show is filled with songs you love by The Carpenters, Barbra Streisand, Elvis, and more. You will be transported back in time as Renee and Dave bring you the music of Yesterday Once More. This is part of the Friends of the Library annual membership drive. Adults of all ages are welcome to enjoy this event free of charge.

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Crochet 101.......................................................10am Medicare Made Easy!*.....................................10am Bingo Night*..................................................6:30pm Fires, Flops, and Floods*...................................7pm Yesterday Once More*.......................................1pm Crochet 101.........................................10am or 3pm Walgreens Immunization Talk*......................10am Books + Beers......................................................7pm Board Meeting.....................................................5pm Afternoon Movie: La La Land............................2pm Chicagoland Cemetery Safari*.........................7pm Craft Night: Marimo Aquariums*.....................7pm Unshelved.............................................................7pm

Chicagoland Cemetery Safari* Thursday, August 24 • 7pm

Take a cemetery tour at the Library! Jim and Paula will introduce old cemeteries, unique headstones, historical events, and unusual gravesites! This event is for adults only.

Craft Night: Marimo Aquariums* Tuesday, August 29 • 7pm Decorate an adorable marimo light bulb aquarium with sand, mini shells, and glass rocks. All materials will be provided. This event is for adults only. Registration is limited to 60.

Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, June 16 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 programs online or in-person one week after registration opens to GHPLD cardholders. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our programs, 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 | July–August 2017


teen/tween events If you are signed up for an event you cannot attend, please call the Youth Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 117. This will allow us to contact other interested patrons on the waitlist. Given the current popularity of our programs, patrons who do not cancel their registration will be considered No Shows. If a patron is considered a No Show for three events, he or she may be unable to register for future events, and will instead be placed on the waitlist.

DIY Marble Dipped Mugs* Tuesday, July 18 • 6pm Make trendy mugs at the Library! We will be swirling and dipping mugs to make a colorful and cool marble pattern. Registration is limited to 25. Ages 10–17.

Pizza & Movie Night: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (PG-13)

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.

Wednesday, July 26 6:00–7:30pm Star Scouts by Mike Lawrence Craft: Galaxy Jars

Wednesday, August 23 6:00–7:30pm

Friday, July 7 • 6pm

Snack on pizza and pop while we watch Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (PG-13). No registration. Space limited to first 30 attendees. Ages 10–17.

Comic Workshop*

Thursday, August 10 • 6pm

Come to the Library and learn how to make your very own comics! Registration is limited to 25. Ages 10–17.

Space Battle Lunchtime Vol. 2 by Shannon Hale Craft: DIY Ceramic Desserts

DIY Sand Art Planters* Tuesday, August 15 • 6pm Come to the Library and get creative! We will make cool sand art planters for airplants. Registration is limited to 30. Ages 10–17.

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Pizza & Movie Night...........................................6pm Laser Tag*.........................................................6–9pm DIY Marble Dipped Mugs*................................6pm Natgirl Reads: Book Club*.................................6pm

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Breakout: Escape from the Library*....Various Times

Comics Workshop*.............................................6pm DIY Sand Art Planters*.......................................6pm Natgirl Reads: Book Club*.................................6pm

Breakout: Escape From The Library* Thursday, August 3 Session 1: 5:00–5:40pm Session 2: 6:00–6:40pm Session 3: 7:00–7:40pm

Join us for an adventurous Harry Potter themed team escape challenge! Work with your group to find hidden clues, solve puzzles, and use your brains to break out before the time runs out. Teams who successfully complete the challenge will win prizes. Everyone who attends will get to drink a butterbeer! Registration is limited to 20 per session. Please only register for one session. Ages 10–17.

Laser Tag* Saturday, July 15 • 6–9pm

Come to the Library after hours to play laser tag against your friends! Registration must be done at the Library by a parent or guardian. Registration is limited to 40. Ages 10–17. Registration must be done at the Library by a parent or guardian, starting Thursday, June 15th at 5pm.

Events marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, June 16 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 programs, 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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storytimes Pajama Storytime* Tuesdays at 6:30pm July 11, 18, 25 & August 1

Where did all the storytimes go?

Don’t worry! Our storytimes are just taking a little break for the summer. All of our regular storytime sessions will resume in September.

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

family events Family Bingo* If you are signed up for an event you cannot attend, please call the Youth Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 117. This will allow us to contact other interested patrons on the waitlist. Given the current popularity of our programs, patrons who do not cancel their registration will be considered No Shows. If a patron is considered a No Show for three events, he or she may be unable to register for future events, and will instead be placed on the waitlist.

Art of Inflation Monday, August 14 • 6pm

Come to the Library to enjoy light comedy and awe-inspiring balloon art with Magical Balloon-dude Dale. This show blends comedy, audience participation, balloon twisting, and a dash of silliness! Children of all ages and caregivers are welcome.

Thursday, July 27 • 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

Magic By Randy Monday, July 24 • 6pm This magic show by Randy Bernstein will have the whole family laughing. Come to the Library prepared to be amazed! Children of all ages and caregivers welcome.

Fridays at 4:30pm

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

July 21 The Lego Batman Movie August 18 Boss Baby

Miss Jamie’s Farm Thursday, August 10 • 11am Kids can sing along, dance, and answer fun farm trivia in Miss Jamie’s high energy musical performance! This show is aimed at kids 2–8 years old, but is fun for the whole family! Children of all ages and caregivers are welcome.

Early Childhood Development and Red Flags Monday, July 10 • 6pm

Representatives from Loyola University Medical Center will be coming to the Library to talk about early childhood physical and speech/language development, possible red flags, and resources that are available. They will provide information about typical development, warning signs of atypical development, resources, and activities to help support a child’s physical and communication development. This presentation is aimed at parents of children ages 3–5, but open to adults of all ages.​

Events marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, June 16 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 programs, 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 | July–August 2017


youth events If you are signed up for an event you cannot attend, please call the Youth Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 117. This will allow us to contact other interested patrons on the waitlist. Given the current popularity of our programs, patrons who do not cancel their registration will be considered No Shows. If a patron is considered a No Show for three events, he or she may be unable to register for future events, and will instead be placed on the waitlist.

Tech Club Wednesday, July 5 • 6pm Tuesday, August 22 • 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.

Kids Karaoke Night* Thursday, July 13 • 6pm

Come to the Library to sing your heart out at this fun and fabulous karaoke night! Registration is limited to 30. Children ages 8 and up.

Super Smash Bros. Crew Battle* Saturday, August 12 • 1–3pm At Orland Park Public Library

Challenge kids from the Orland Park Public Library and Homer Township Public Library in a Super Smash Bros. competition! Grades 1–6. Please call the Orland Park Public Library at (708) 428-5100 to register.

Tuesday, July 11 • 4pm Wednesday, August 2 • 4pm We supply the Legos, you supply the imagination and building skills! Grades K–5.

Wednesday, July 19 • 6pm Wednesday, August 16 • 6pm

Wednesday, July 12 • 6pm Wednesday, August 9 • 6pm

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.

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Tech Club...............................................................6pm Early Childhood Development and Red Flags...6pm Lego Club..............................................................4pm Pajama Storytime*........................................6:30pm Eco Club*...............................................................6pm Kids Karaoke Night*...........................................6pm Crafternoons........................................................4pm Pajama Storytime*........................................6:30pm Science Lab*.........................................................6pm Family Movie: The Lego Batman Movie.....4:30pm Magic By Randy...................................................6pm Pajama Storytime*........................................6:30pm Family Bingo*.......................................................6pm

August

Lego Club

Science Lab*

Eco Club*

youth Calendar of Events July

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.

Painting Craft Thursday, August 31 5:30pm OR 7pm

Come to the Library to paint your own ceramic bobble head. 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.

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Pajama Storytime*........................................6:30pm Lego Club..............................................................4pm Crafternoons........................................................4pm Eco Club*...............................................................6pm Miss Jamie’s Farm..............................................11am Super Smash Bros. Crew Battle*.......................1pm Art of Inflation......................................................6pm Science Lab*.........................................................6pm Family Movie: Boss Baby...............................4:30pm Tech Club...............................................................6pm Painting Craft.......................................5:30 OR 7pm

Crafternoons Drop in between 4–5pm

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

Monday, July 17 Monday, August 7

Events marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, June 16 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 programs, 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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July The Fallen by Ace Atkins The Story of Arthur Truluv by Elizabeth Berg Paradise Valley by C.J. Box The Late Show by Michael Connelly Deadfall by Linda Fairstein Look Behind You by Iris Johansen Beautiful Tempest by Johanna Lindsey Two Nights by Kathy Reichs The Secrets She Keeps by Michael Robotham Armistice by Harry Turtledove

Library Board of Trustees

August

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

Seeing Red by Sandra Brown Charlatans by Robin Cook Texas Fierce by Janet Dailey I Know a Secret by Tess Gerritsen The Color of Fear by Marcia Muller The Store by James Patterson Exposed by Lisa Scottoline

Upcoming Board Meetings: Monday, July 17 • 5pm Monday, August 21 • 5pm

Photo Policy The Green Hills Public Library District may photograph Library visitors. Such photos are for Library use and may be published in Library publicity materials. Notify staff if you do not wish to be photographed. 8

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The Right Time by Danielle Steel Without Fear or Favor by Robert Tanenbaum Barely Legal by Stuart Woods

GHPLD July/August 2017 Newsletter