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Library link September/October 2017

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

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Library Card Sign-Up Month It’s time to get the smartest card of all, a library card! Celebrate Library Card Sign-Up Month with us during the entire month of September. This year, we are celebrating Library Card Sign-Up Month by inviting you to find a golden ticket at the Library! Golden tickets will be hidden in various materials throughout the Library and can be redeemed at the Circulation Desk for a travel tumbler, stylus pen, or lanyard. If you don’t have a Library card yet, now is the time to get one!

What do I need to get a Library Card?

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Two documents establishing residency within the Library District are required, including one photo ID. Applicants under 18 require a parent or legal guardian to be present.

Monday, September 4 Closed

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Registration Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, August 25 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.

Consumer Reports GHPLD is thrilled to announce our latest eResource, ConsumerReports.org. This resource enables you to make better purchasing decisions on the products you are shopping for. Whether you are looking to find the best deal on a new TV or researching the top recommended used vehicles, ConsumerReports.org provides ratings and reviews, recommendations, and buying advice for thousands of products and services. Best of all, this resource is free to GHPLD cardholders and can be accessed at the Library or on the go. Get started today at greenhillslibrary.org. If you have any questions, please contact the Information Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 120.

Calling all YA Readers! Check out the Library’s version of a subscription box. Inside, you’ll find a newly released YA book along with literary-themed treats including pins, bookmarks, and more! Return your box with the book each month and try a new one. We have a variety of genres available! If interested, visit the Youth Services Desk.

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from the Announcements director Friends Fall Book Sale

Our Friends of the Library Fall Book Sale will be held Friday, September 15 through Sunday, September 17 in the Meeting Room on the first floor of the Library. This is an opportunity to buy books, CDs, DVDs, and audiobooks at very reasonable prices. Proceeds from the Friends Book Sale will be used to support the Green Hills Public Library.

Hours of Friends Book Sale: As we get ready to head into fall, the Library has a lot of exciting events planned! We are celebrating Library Card Sign-Up Month throughout the month of September. Celebrate with us by finding a golden ticket, hidden in various materials throughout the Library and redeemable for a special prize. Happy hunting! I hope to see many of you at our Annual Legislative Meet and Greet on Wednesday, September 13 when State Senator Bill Cunningham and State Representative Kelly Burke will be here to answer your questions. In celebration of Illinois Arts Month in October, Palos Reads has invited author Lori Rader-Day to tell us about her third mystery book, The Day I Died. Palos Heights Public Library is this year’s host on Wednesday, October 4 at 7pm. This fall, we are planning on a reorganization and improvement project. We have listened to your concerns, suggestions, and feedback. This patrondriven project will allow us to better serve the community. And due to excellent fiscal management, there is no additional cost to taxpayers! Changes you can expect: •The computer lab will be relocated to the second floor of the Library to allow us to use the current space for additional programs. •The main entrance canopy will be modified to provide a safer exit and entryway. •The Youth Services Department will be reorganized to allow for a better flow of access and to allow for more dedicated assistance by staff. •Heating and cooling will be provided to the Screened Porch Room, providing more comfortable use year-round. We have an expected completion date of early 2018. If you have any questions regarding this project, please ask for me!

Friday, September 15: 9am– 7pm Saturday, September 16: 10am–4pm Sunday, September 17: 12:00pm–3:30pm

Friends Preview Sale All Friends of the Green Hills Library members are invited to attend the Friends Preview Sale on Thursday, September 14 from 4–6pm. Not a member yet? Join the Friends at the door for $5 (one-year membership) and attend the preview sale.

Palos Reads Wednesday, October 4 • 7pm

Palos Fine Arts, in partnership with Green Hills Public Library District, Palos Park Public Library, and Palos Heights Public Library, is hosting the 15th annual Palos Reads event. Award-winning Chicago author Lori Rader-Day will discuss her latest novel, The Day I Died. This event will be held at the Palos Heights Public Library, 12501 S. 71st Ave., Palos Heights.

Shred Day Saturday, October 28 • 11am–2pm

Bring your paper goods to the South Parking Lot on Interlochen Drive and have them shredded confidentially and securely by Accurate Document Destruction. There will be a limit of two boxes per person. This event is sponsored by the Friends 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 Watching? Collateral Beauty The movie that I recently watched was Collateral Beauty. It was the most emotional movie I have ever seen. It really opens your eyes, and your perspective on life, death, and time. This is my #1 favorite movie of 2017. -Helaina, Circulation 2

Library Link | September–October 2017


adult events If you are signed up for an event you cannot attend, please call the Information Desk at least 24 hours before the event 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 more than 24 hours in advance 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.

Self Defense Class* Tuesday, September 5 • 7pm

Join us for a hands-on self defense class covering situational awareness, mindset preparedness, and hands-on physical self defense. Registration is limited to 40. This class is for adults only.

Morning Movie: The Zookeeper’s Wife

Crochet 101

Wednesday, September 6 • 10am Wednesday, September 20 • 10am OR 3pm Wednesday, October 4 • 10am Wednesday, October 18 • 10am OR 3pm

Learn the basics with this class. 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.

Ageless Grace Class* Wednesday, September 20 • 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.

Friday, September 8 • 10am

We will be showing the film The Zookeeper’s Wife. One lucky person will win a copy of the movie! Popcorn and drinks will be served. This event is for adults only.

Dinner and a Movie: Going in Style* Tuesday, September 12 • 6:30pm We’ll be watching Going in Style 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.

Legislator Meet and Greet Wednesday, September 13 • 7pm

Do you have questions you would like to ask your local representatives? Meet State Senator Bill Cunningham (18th District) and State Representative Kelly Burke (36th District) at the Library. Light refreshments will be served.

Electronics Recycling Drive Saturday, September 16 • 11am–3pm Recycle your unwanted electronics! Acceptable items include: cell phones, computers, laptops, PCs, printers, ink cartridges, scanners, microwaves, and more. Contact the Information Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 120 for more information.

Paint and Sip* Thursday, September 21 • 6–9pm

Join the Library at Bottle and Bottega of La Grange for a fun evening! We’ll be painting a beautiful picture. Refreshments will be served. Cost is $10 for residents and $15 for non-residents (cash or check). Registration begins in-person at the Information Desk on Thursday, August 24 at 9am. Registration is limited to 20. This event is for adults only. This event will be held at Bottle and Bottega of La Grange, 1 W. Harris Ave., La Grange.

Technology Classes Microsoft Word Basics* Tuesday, September 26 • 6:30–8:00pm Learn the basics of Microsoft Word with this hands-on class. Laptops will be provided. Basic computer skills are required. Registration is limited to 10. This class is for adults only.

Internet Basics* Monday, October 16 • 6:30–8:00pm

Need help using the Internet? Bring your questions as attendees will be introduced in Internet Basics including better search engines, World Wide Web, and other Internet functions. Laptops will be provided. Basic computer skills are required. Registration is limited to 10. This class is for adults only.

Walgreens Flu Clinic Saturday, September 30 • 11am–2pm Avoid the flu this winter by getting the flu shot from Walgreens at the Library. No appointment is necessary, just drop in. Please bring your insurance or Medicare card. This opportunity is open to ages 10 and up.

Savvy Social Security Planning for Baby Boomers* Thursday, October 5 • 6:30pm Suellen Savant Hawking specializes in retirement income planning and assisting clients in how to claim their social security benefits. Eileen Kerlin Walsh is an estate planning attorney who can create an estate plan. Anna Minkina is a healthcare specialist who utilizes a new approach to untangle the confusing web of Medicare and finding the right supplemental plan that meets your individual needs. 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, August 25 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 | September–October 2017


adult Events Craft Night: Stylish Pumpkins* Wednesday, October 4 • 7pm

Come decorate white pumpkins with metallic paint and fun embellishments. Elevate your pumpkin’s style by learning different painting techniques. Registration is limited to 48. This event is for adults only.

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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!

September 27 • 7pm The Golden Legend

Lunch and Learning: The Essential Chicago Fire* Friday, October 13 • 11:30am

Learn over lunch! The Library will provide lunch from Corner Bakery. Then we’ll learn about the Great Chicago Fire from William Pack. Registration is limited to 45. This event is for adults only.

by Nadeem Aslam Location: Al Bawadi Grill, 7216 W. 87th St., Bridgeview

Thursday, October 12 • 6:30pm Chef Maddox will show you how to take fall flavors and turn them into a meal. Samples will be provided. Registration is limited to 50. This event is for adults only.

Intro to Essential Oils* Tuesday, October 24 • 7pm

Essential oils are a natural way of improving sleep, aiding digestion, improving mental focus, and lifting emotional states. Learn about where these oils come from, how to apply, precautions for their use, and what to look for when buying them. Essential oils will be available for you to experience and take home. Registration is limited to 50. This event is for adults only.

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Self Defense Class*............................................7pm

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

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Morning Movie: The Zookeeper’s Wife..........10am

12 Dinner and a Movie: Going in Style*.........6:30pm 13 Legislator Meet and Greet................................7pm 16 Electronics Recycling Drive.................11am–3pm 20 Ageless Grace Class*.......................................10am 20 Crochet 101.......................................10am OR 3pm 21 Paint and Sip*......................................................6pm 26 Microsoft Word Basics*...............................6:30pm 27 Unshelved............................................................7pm 30 Walgreens Flu Clinic.............................11am–2pm

October 25 • 7pm Born a Crime by Trevor Noah

Harvest Favorites with Chef Maddox*

Adult Calendar of Events September

Location: Kefi Greek Cuisine + Bar, 12200 Harlem Ave., Palos Heights

October 4

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

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Palos Reads.........................................................7pm

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Craft Night: Stylish Pumpkins*.......................7pm

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Savvy Social Security Planning*...............6:30pm

12 Harvest Favorites with Chef Maddox*.....6:30pm 13 Lunch and Learning*......................................11:30am 16 Internet Basics*............................................6:30pm 18 Crochet 101.......................................10am OR 3pm

Ghost Tour with Ursula Bielski*

22 Ghost Tour with Ursula Bielski*......................2pm

Sunday, October 22 • 2–6pm

25 Unshelved............................................................7pm

Take a ghost tour with Ursula Bielski! We will be traveling around to all the haunted spots in our area! Trip fee is $20 for residents and $25 for non-residents (cash or check). Trip fee covers the cost of transportation, the tour, and a delicious appetizer buffet. Registration is limited to 50. This event is for adults only. Registration begins in-person at the Information Desk on Thursday, August 24 at 9am.

24 Intro to Essential Oils*......................................7pm 28 Shred Day................................................11am–2pm 30 Mammals and More*..........................................7pm

Mammals and More* Monday, October 30 • 7pm

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. Registration is limited to 90. 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, August 25 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. o Kmf KK 4

Library Link | September–October 2017


teen/tween events If you are signed up for an event you cannot attend, please call the Youth Desk at least 24 hours before the event 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 more than 24 hours in advance 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.

Pizza & Movie Night: Kong: Skull Island (PG-13) Thursday, September 7 • 6pm Snack on pizza and pop while we watch Kong: Skull Island (PG-13). No registration. Space limited to first 30 attendees. Ages 10–17.

Come join Miss Natalie for a fun book discussion followed by a craft! Snacks will be provided.

Monday, September 11 • 6pm

Join us for a hands-on self defense seminar covering situational awareness, mindset preparedness for self defense, and hands-on physical self defense. Registration is limited to 25. Ages 10–17.

DIY Emoji Pinboard & Pins* Tuesday, September 19 • 6pm Come to the Library to deck out your locker! We will be making emoji cork boards and pins to match. Registration is limited to 30. Ages 10–17.

September 7

Pizza & Movie Night: Kong: Skull Island ........6pm

11 Self Defense*.......................................................6pm 19 DIY Emoji Pinboard & Pins*.............................6pm

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, September 27 6:00–7:30pm 5 Worlds: The Sand Warrior by Mark Siegel

Self Defense*

teen/Tween Calendar of Events

Natgirl Reads: Book Club*

Craft: Map Magnets

27 Natgirl Reads: Book Club*................6:00–7:30pm

October 3

Spa Night: Spooky Bath Bombs & Fall Scrubs*..6pm

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DIY Marimo Aquariums*.........................................6pm

23 Scary Stories and S’mores*....................................6pm 25 Natgirl Reads: Book Club*.....................6:00–7:30pm

DIY Marimo Aquariums* Wednesday, October 6 • 6pm Come to the Library and make your own cool aquarium! We will be decorating mini aquariums with shells, rocks, and cute marimos. Registration is limited to 45. Ages 10–17.

Spa Night: Spooky Bath Bombs & Fall Scrubs* Tuesday, October 3 • 6pm

Wednesday, October 25 6:00–7:30pm Rickety Stitch and the Gelatinous Goo by Ben Costa Craft: Skull Mask

Make some spooktacular bath products for the Halloween season! We will be making skull bath bombs and pumpkin spice sugar scrub. Registration is limited to 30. Ages 10–17.

Scary Stories and S’mores* Monday, October 23 • 6pm Join us at the Library for a terrifying time! We will listen to bone-chilling tales perfect for Halloween while we snack on homemade s’mores. Registration is limited to 50. Ages 10–17.

Events marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, August 25 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 | September–October 2017


storytimes Baby Bookworms*

Little Listeners*

Fridays at 10am OR 11am September 15, 22, 29 October 6, 13

Tuesdays at 10am September 12, 19, 26 October 3, 10

Tales for Two’s*

Pajama Storytime*

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

Ages 3–5 Come to the Library and have some fun with stories, songs, and more! Registration is limited to 18.

Tuesdays at 6:30pm September 12, 19, 26 October 3

Wednesdays at 10am September 13, 20, 27 October 4, 11

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

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 If you are signed up for an event you cannot attend, please call the Youth Desk at least 24 hours before the event 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 more than 24 hours in advance 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.

Family Bingo* Thursday, September 21 • 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.

September 8 Beauty and the Beast October 27 Smurfs: The Lost Village

Family Petting Zoo*

Caramel Apples & Pumpkins* Tuesday, October 17 6pm OR 6:30pm

Join us at the Library to make homemade candy apples dipped in caramel and sprinkled with gourmet toppings! Then, we’ll decorate our own pumpkins with fun and colorful decals to set out for the spooky season! Registration is limited to 40 per session. Children of all ages welcome. Caregivers must register as well.

Saturday, September 23 Drop in between 12–4pm North Parking Lot Come to the Library for a fun fall day! We’ll have a baby cow, alpaca, bunnies, and much more! This event will be fun for the whole family.

Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, August 25 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 Youth Services Desk.

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Library Link | September–October 2017


youth events If you are signed up for an event you cannot attend, please call the Youth Desk at least 24 hours before the event 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 more than 24 hours in advance 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.

STEAM Explorers Thursday, September 14 • 6pm Thursday, October 26 • 6pm Play with the latest and greatest technology and robotics! We will explore and tinker with Dash and Dot, Spheros, Osmos, a 3D pen, and much more! Grades 3–8.

Comics Workshop*

youth Calendar of Events September

Monday, October 2 • 6pm

Cartoonist Mark Anderson is coming to the Library to teach us how to draw 26 adorable cartoon animals using only the alphabet and simple shapes. Registration is limited to 35. Grades K-3.

Read to the Dogs* Monday, September 25 Drop-in between 4–6pm

Come to the Library and sharpen your reading skills by reading to the cutest therapy dogs! Once you complete your book, we will take your picture and hang it up in the Library! Registration is limited to 15.

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

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

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Family Movie Time........................................4:30pm

12 Little Listeners*.................................................10am 12 Pajama Storytime*........................................6:30pm 13 Tales for Two’s*.................................................10am 13 Eco Club*...............................................................6pm 14 STEAM Explorers..................................................6pm 15 Baby Bookworms*...........................10am OR 11am 19 Little Listeners*.................................................10am 19 Pajama Storytime* .......................................6:30pm 20 Tales for Two’s*.................................................10am 20 Science Lab*.........................................................6pm

Lego Club

Thursday, September 7 • 4pm Thursday, October 5 • 4pm

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

21 Family Bingo*.......................................................6pm 22 Baby Bookworms*..........................10am OR 11am 23 Family Petting Zoo............................................12pm 25 Read to the Dogs*...............................................4pm 26 Little Listeners*.................................................10am 26 Pajama Storytime*........................................6:30pm 27 Tales for Two’s*.................................................10am

Passport Pals* Thursday, October 19 • 6pm Come to the Library and explore the world! Every month we will travel to a new country to learn about their history and culture. Registration is limited to 25. Children ages 7 and up.

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

Eco Club* Wednesday, September 13 • 6pm Wednesday, October 11 • 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.

Crafternoons Science Lab*

Wednesday, September 20 • 6pm Wednesday, October 18 • 6pm

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.

Wednesday, September 6

October 1

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

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Comics Workshop*.............................................6pm

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Little Listeners*.................................................10am

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

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

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

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

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

10 Little Listeners*................................................10am 11 Tales for Two’s*.................................................10am 11 Eco Club*...............................................................6pm 13 Baby Bookworms*..........................10am OR 11am 17 Caramel Apples & Pumpkins*....6pm OR 6:30pm 18 Science Lab*.........................................................6pm 19 Passport Pals*......................................................6pm

Wednesday, October 4

26 STEAM Explorers..................................................6pm 27 Family Movie Time........................................4:30pm

Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, August 25 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 Youth Services Desk.

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Library Link | September–October 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 Azmi Mohammad Jane Jenkins, Library Director Upcoming Board Meetings: Monday, September 18 • 5pm Monday, October 16 • 5pm

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Library Link | September–October 2017

September The Scarred Woman by Jussi Adler-Olsen Enigma by Catherine Coulter The Cuban Affair by Nelson DeMille A Column of Fire by Ken Follett To Be Where You Are by Jan Karon Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King Holly and Ivy by Fern Michaels A Snow Country Christmas by Linda Lael Miller Haunted by James Patterson An Echo of Murder by Anne Perry

October Origin by Dan Brown Two Kinds of Truth by Michael Connelly Ghost on the Case by Carolyn G. Hart Winter Solstice by Erin Hilderbrand The Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman Mind Game by Iris Johansen Killing Season by Faye Kellerman Deep Freeze by John Sandford Fairytale by Danielle Steel Quick and Dirty by Stuart Woods

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