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June/July 2017

MY LIBRARY

Summer Reading Program details on page 3.


Director's Column

"The library looks awesome! A major improvement all around. Very proud to consider ITPLD my library. " - Ryan, a library member

As I sit down to write this column, we have been open at our newly renovated library for a little over two weeks. The renovation project was the result of years of planning, the approval of a referendum in 2011, more planning and a year of construction that required a move to a temporary location. Literally thousands of hours went into the planning and execution of this project with our ultimate goal of creating a space that would serve our community both now and into the future. So how did we do? As a library we have many statistical measures we track to see how our current usage compares to past experience. While it has only been a short period of time, the early indications are exciting. In the two weeks we have been open:

Well worth the wait! It is a wonderful adventure to use and explore the new library. It truly is a place for people of all ages to come together and to continue their lifelong learning of new and old things. Thank you for the vision and courage to renovate. -Cheri

• Over 21,000 visitors came through our doors, which represents a 50% increase in overall attendance at the library.

Sorry, Disney! The "new" Indian Trails Library is The Happiest Place on Earth. Great job! - Anne

• Over 27,000 items were checked out from the library averaging more than 200 items/hour.

It is so beautiful it took my breath away! The new additional zone spaces give every age group their own space to work or read in. I have watched the library grow since 1963, and I think this is best yet! Job well done! - Bruce

• 450 new library cards were given out, which is higher than any single month. But statistical measures don’t tell the full story of our community’s reaction to the new library. We asked for feedback and here is a sampling of what we heard from you: It was spectacular! It was spacious and calm upstairs and full energy downstairs! I loved it and so did my kids! - Sofia

And this is only the beginning. In June, we kick off our annual Summer Reading Program themed “Reading By Design” that fits perfectly with all of the services your new library has to offer. Looking ahead, we’ll be rolling out new services and ramping up our programs again so watch future newsletters for details. Our desire is to continue to find ways to inspire individuals, engage our communities and enrich the lives of all who call ITPLD their library.

I absolutely LOVE the renovation! Not only has the library modernized in appearance but also the library has expanded the services it offers to patrons. Even though it felt like the library had been closed forever, the investment was definitely worth it! - Gurleen

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Summer Reading Program 2017 June 10-July 31

All ages. Gear up for the Summer Reading Program! Complete activities to earn prizes and entries in the Grand Prize Drawing. Even the youngest members can participate! Register at the Adult or Kids Desks at the Main Library and at the Prospect Heights Branch beginning June 10.

Summer Reading Program Kickoff

Saturday, June 10, 9 am-5 pm

All kickoff programs will be held at the Main Library

Mad About Mugs 10 am-2 pm Ages 14 and older. Stop by the craft station to create a one-of-a-kind foil stamped mug with a quote and decorations of your choice. While supplies last. Drop in. The Great Frame Up: Decoration Station 10 am-2 pm All ages. Decorate a fun frame for your photo booth pictures in The Launch Pad. Bring your family and get creative together. While supplies last. Drop in.

DIY Kids 10 am-3 pm Birth-grade 8. Register for the Summer Reading Program and make cool crafts. While supplies last. Drop in. Sing, Sing a Song With Laura Doherty 11 am-12 pm Most appropriate for children ages 2-8 with a caregiver. Dance and clap along to Chicago favorite Laura Doherty’s original, catchy tunes from her award-winning CDs. Limit: 180. TR Minecraft Madness 12-3 pm Grades 6-8. Drop in for Minecraft gaming in the Middle Ground. The two gaming stations will be reserved for Minecraft play and members with their own login can play on the Mac computers. Snacks and a Minecraft project offered in the lounge area of the Middle Ground. R

Summer Reading Finale Saturday, July 29

Laser Cut Keychains 10 am-2 pm Ages 14 and older. Join us in The Launch Pad to help create a keychain engraved with our laser cutter. Drop in.

Drop-in Discovery 10 am-2 pm Ages 3-grade 8. Challenge your creativity with hands-on activities and experiments, including cookie decorating with Mariano's Fresh Market. While supplies last. NR

Mr. Freeze Cryogenics Show 1-2 pm Grades K-8. Your summer is about to get super cool! Mr. Freeze uses liquid nitrogen to create spectacular and surprising effects. Learn interesting physics facts and find out how cryogenics is used at Fermilab. Limit: 80. TR Edible Art! 2:30-3:15 pm or 3:15-4 pm Grades 6-12. Join us in The Launch Pad to create your own unique cookies. We'll use edible ink markers to make tasty one-of-a-kind art. Register for one session only. R

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Photo Booth 10 am-2 pm All ages. Register for the Summer Reading Program and get your picture taken with fun props in Chicagoland PBR’s photo booth. Drop in.

Prepararse para el programa de lectura de verano! Completar actividades para ganar premios e participar en el sorteo del gran premio. ¡Incluso los miembros más jóvenes de la tripulación pueden participar! Regístrese en el escritorio de adultos o niños y en la sucursal de Prospect Heights a partir del 10 de junio. Programs held in The Launch Pad

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Storytimes

Youth

Bring your child to one of our storytimes for an opportunity to discover the world around them. Our storytimes provide a variety of activities and stories for specific age groups. Allow us to partner with you on your early literacy journey! Storytime

Date

Time

Baby Time

Mondays: June 19 and July 3 & 17

10-10:30 am

Mondays: June 19 and July 3 & 17

10:45-11:15 am

Mondays: June 12 & 26 and July 10 & 24 Thursdays: June 15 & 29 and July 13 & 27

10-10:30 am

Preschool Storytime

Ages 3-5; attend on own. NR

Mondays: June 12 & 26 and July 10 & 24 Thursdays: June 15 & 29 and July 13 & 27

11-11:30 am

Noisy Time!

Fridays: June 9 & 23 and July 14 & 28

10-10:30 am

Ages infants & crawlers with a caregiver. NR

Wonderful Walkers Ages walkers-24 months with a caregiver. Limit: 25. TR

Toddler Storytime Age 2-3 with a caregiver. Limit: 25. TR

Ages 2-5 with a caregiver. Limit: 25. TR

STEAM: Little Learners Friday, June 2, 10-10:30 am Ages 3-5 with a caregiver. Discover science, technology, engineering and math through stories, songs and experiments. Limit: 20. TR Block Party Monday, June 5, 10-11 am Ages infants & crawlers with a caregiver. Explore the world through sensory play! A short storytime will be followed by 45 minutes of free play with developmental toys. Limit: 20. TR Krafty Kids Wednesdays: June 7 & July 5, 1-2 pm Grades 1-5. Explore your artistic side by making a seasonal craft using a variety of supplies and techniques. Limit: 20. R DIY STEAM Science Wednesday, June 14, 1-3 pm Grades 1-5. Explore what it takes to be your own scientist with these fun DIY projects. Kid chemists can make their own flubber and take it home. Budding engineers will be able to try their hands at building challenges using craft sticks and other everyday objects. Artists can make homemade crystals that will grow overnight. Limit: 20. R Little Chefs Friday, June 16, 10-10:45 am Ages 3-5 with a caregiver. Stir up some fun with a short storytime followed by hands-on cooking of a related recipe. Dress to get messy! Limit: 20. TR

Sing, dance and hear a great story in our new youth activity room!

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Let's Make Some Music Tuesday, June 20, 10-11 am Ages 2-5 with a caregiver. Feel the beat as we explore music, try out instruments and make an instrument to take home. Limit: 20. TR

Programs held in The Launch Pad


Wonderworks: Family Maker Night Thursday, June 22, 4:30-5:30 pm or 6-7 pm Ages 3 and older with a caregiver. Make something awesome! Families can explore The Launch Pad with activity stations at this bi-monthly program. All materials provided. These sessions are duplicates; please attend one session only. Limit: 16. TR LEGO Club Thursday, June 29, 6-7:30 pm Grades K-5. Bring your imagination and create something unique with Legos. Limit: 30. TR Create an Edible Garden Friday, June 30, 10:30-11:30 am Grades K-5. Let’s play outside in the dirt and plant an edible herb garden in a pot. Take your garden home and get creative in the kitchen! R A Camping We Will Go! Thursday, July 6, 11 am-12 pm Grades 1-3. We’ll set up our campsite and enjoy songs, a snack and books. We will also make a special craft to take home! Limit: 25. TR Art Start Friday, July 7, 10-10:45 am Ages 2-5 with a caregiver. Introduce your child to art with this short storytime followed by an art project. Dress to get messy. Limit: 20. TR

Medieval Madness Tuesday, July 11, 1-2 pm Grades 3-5. Think you could survive the Middle Ages? Join other questers for medieval crafts, games and snacks. Limit: 20. TR Super STEAM! Wednesday, July 19, 10-11 am Ages 3-6 with a caregiver. Children will learn beginning STEAM principles of science, technology, engineering, art and math, as well as enhance their motor skills through each activity. Sensory elements are incorporated to engage a child’s sense of touch and sight. Limit: 20. TR Discover Together Friday, July 21, 10-11 am Ages 2-5 with a caregiver. Drop in for playful early literacy activities designed to encourage pre-reading skills. Visit each station with your child and take home activities to try on your own. NR Family LEGO Club Thursday, July 27, 6-7:30 pm Ages 3 and older with a caregiver. Not all learning comes from books! Get hands-on at our Family Lego Club, and explore the creativity and excitement of building together. We'll have Duplo and regular-sized Legos. Limit: 50. TR

Harry Potter Party: Fantastic Beasts Edition Monday, July 31, 1-4 pm Grades 4-12. Celebrate Harry Potter's birthday in style. We’ll watch Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (rated PG-13) and enjoy food and fun! Costumes are encouraged but not required. R Bookworms Book Club Monday, August 7, 4-5 pm Grades 4 & 5. We’ll discuss a great book, enjoy a snack, make a craft and play a game. Register at the Kids Desk July 7-28 and pick up your free book to keep. R

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SUMMER READING PROGRAMS ON PAGE 3

Children 8 years and under MUST have a caregiver remain in the KidZone. R = Registration required | NR = No registration | TR = Free tickets distributed 30 minutes before program on a first-come, first-served basis at the Kids Desk.

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The Branch

Middle Ground Grades 6-8

99 E. Palatine Rd., Prospect Heights Summer Reading Program Kickoff Saturday, June 10, 10 am-1 pm Make a craft, design your own snack and register for the Summer Reading Program! NR Family Craft Night Thursdays: June 15 & July 20, 6-7:30 pm Fridays: June 16 & July 21, 6-7:30 pm All ages. Create unique seasonal and theme-based projects. Same project is offered on Thursday and Friday of the same month. NR Introducción al correo electrónico sábado, 17 de junio, 10-11:30 am Vamos aprender cómo usar el correo electrónico en pasos básicos. Puede mandar mensajes, cartas, fotos y más a otras personas. Si no tiene una dirección de correo electrónico, no hay problema, podemos ayudarle a obtenerla. Se requiere registro. Play! Design! Build! Tuesdays: June 20 & July 11, 4-5 pm Show off your designing and architectural skills. We will provide several different construction toy sets (Lego, Magnatiles, Gears, etc.) for kids to play with. NR

Crafternoon: Scrambled Egg Drop Tuesday, June 20, 1-2:30 pm Grades 6-8. Create containers in which eggs can survive falls of increasingly greater heights. Will your egg go unscrambled? Materials provided. R Summer Spa Day Wednesday, June 28, 11 am-12:30 pm Grades 6-8. Learn to make nourishing bath products to pamper yourself at home or to give as a gift. Materials provided. R Crafternoon: DIY S'mores Oven Wednesday, July 12, 1-2:30 pm Grades 6-8. Harness the power of the sun to create s'mores without the use of a campfire. Materials provided. R Maker Club: 3Doodler Pens Tuesday, July 25, 4-5 pm or 6-7 pm Grade 6-8. Explore The Launch Pad by learning a new skill with this bi-monthly program. This month we will use 3Doodler Pens to draw in three dimensions! All materials provided. Please register for one session only. R

Decorate a Piñata! Friday, June 23, 6-7:30 pm Decorate a colorful summer-themed piñata with crepe paper to create a one-of-a-kind party piece (one per family, please). Limit: 15. TRB Building With Craft Sticks Tuesdays: June 27 & July 18, 4-5 pm Bring your imagination and creativity, and we will provide craft sticks, glue and other supplies. Construct tall buildings or make a box. Many things are possible with craft sticks! NR Shell Art Project

Friday, July 14, 6-7:30 pm

Ages 12 and older. Create a special wall piece of art with a variety of seashells. Limit: 15. TRB Información básica de facebook

sábado, 22 de julio, 10-11:30 am

Aprenda todo sobre Facebook, cómo entender sus noticias, publicar mensajes y mucho más. No se requiere una cuenta activa de Facebook, pero si la tiene puede traer su información de inicio de sesión. Se requiere registro.

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Programs held in The Launch Pad


The Loft Grades 9-12 Grades 4-12 Harry Potter Party: Fantastic Beasts Edition Monday, July 31, 1-4 pm Celebrate Harry Potter's birthday in style. We’ll watch Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (rated PG-13) and enjoy food and fun! Costumes are encouraged but not required. R

MS Book Club The Dungeoneers by John David Anderson Monday, June 12, 7-8 pm Grades 6-8. Discussion, activities and snacks are part of the fun in this book club. Register and pick up your free book, while supplies last, at the Kids Desk until May 29. Real Friends by Shannon Hale & LeUyen Pham* Monday, August 14, 7-8 pm Shannon and Adrienne have been best friends ever since they were little. But one day, Adrienne starts hanging out with Jen, the most popular girl in class and the leader of a circle of friends called The Group. Everyone wants to be Jen's #1, and some girls would do anything to stay on top–even if it means bullying others.

DIY Lab: Custom Totes Tuesday, June 20, 1-3 pm Grades 9-12. Choose your own graphics to create a custom tote bag! We'll use the Launch Pad's Silhouette cutter to create our designs before transferring them to our totes. Materials provided. R DIY Lab: Laser Cut Keychains Wednesday, June 28, 4-5:30 pm Grades 9-12. Design, cut and engrave a personalized key chain using our laser cutter. R High School Book Club: Scythe by Neal Shusterman Thursday, July 6, 7-8 pm Grades 9-12. Join us for snacks and a discussion of Scythe. In a world where humans have conquered every cause of death, Scythes are tasked with ending lives to keep the population under control. Teens Citra and Rowan are chosen as Scythe apprentices—a role that neither of them wants. Register and pick up your free copy at the Adult Desk beginning June 12. While supplies last. R Craftapalooza Saturday, July 15, 1-3 pm Ages 14 and older. Visit six different craft stations to make mobiles with Barb Ottolino of The Cultivated Choice, felt soap with Shari Pontillo of Twisted Fiber Studio, greeting cards with Anne Warman of Stampin' Up, paper flowers with Karina Guico and more. Stop in anytime during the two hours. R

I Will Always Write Back by Martin Ganda and Caitlin Alifirenka* Tuesday, August 22, 1-2 pm It started as an assignment. Everyone in Caitlin's class wrote to an unknown student somewhere in a distant place. Martin was lucky to even receive a pen-pal letter. There were only ten letters, and fifty kids in his class. But he was the top student, so he got the first one. That letter was the beginning of a correspondence that spanned six years and changed two lives. * Register and pick up your free book, while supplies last, at the Kids Desk between June 12 and July 31. Members may only sign up for one August session.

R = Registration required | NR = No registration TRB = Ticket Registration Branch. Free tickets distributed at the Branch 30 minutes before program on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Programs on this page will be held in The Launch Pad

Make Your Bookmark Tuesday, June 13, 7-8:30 pm Ages 18 and older. Get creative while learning to use our Silhouette Studio software. R Sew This: Tool Roll Friday, June 23, 7-8:30 pm Ages 18 and older. Create your own custom tool roll to transport your maker tools and materials to your next Launch Pad endeavor and learn basic sewing skills. If you have specific tools you want to store, bring them along. In order to register for this program, members must complete a brief sewing machine certification. Call 847.279.2277 to request “Book a Maker” appointments. R Design a Memory Tuesday, June 27, 7-8:30 pm Ages 18 and older. Some of the most treasured photos in our homes are stored away and forgotten. Learn how to preserve these images through digitization, using the library’s new scanning equipment in the Digital Lab. Optional: Bring a black and white photo to the program and make a photo candle holder. R

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Door Decor: Flip Flop Sign Monday, July 10, 7-8:30 pm Ages 18 and older. Make seasonal decorations for your front door. We'll celebrate summer fun with a flip flop theme. Come prepared to get creative! R You Can 3D Model Thursday, July 27, 7-8:30 pm Ages 18 and older. Get started with TinkerCAD, a free 3D modeling program. We'll show you the basics of building with this easy-to-use open source software and talk about how to submit your 3D prints to the library. R


Adult Create Space: Felt Peonies Thursday, June 1, 7-8:30 pm Ages 18 and older. Create colorful felt peonies to enjoy year round. Materials provided. R Mats for the Homeless Service Project Monday, June 5, 6:30-8:30 pm Volunteers from St. Edna Catholic Church and National Louis University will train participants to make mats for the homeless. Extra plastic bags or a crochet hook size M or N are optional. R Crochet & Knitting Club Mondays: June 5 & July 3, 1-3 pm Join us for crafting and chatting. Our instructors will teach you everything you need to know. Bring your own supplies. Experienced crafters, bring current projects to work on. R Writer’s Workshop Tuesdays: June 6 & July 11, 6:30-8:45 pm Share your work with others in a supportive atmosphere at this monthly community writers group led by author Ginnie Foley. NR Informed Afternoons: Frank Lloyd Wright Wednesday, June 7, 1-2 pm Celebrate the 150th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright's birth by learning more about this architect and his iconic style. R

Growing and Using Herbs Thursday, June 15, 7-8 pm Herbs are wonderful plants that add color to our gardens, flavor and nutrients to our food, and health to our bodies. Mark Lyons, an experienced gardener, will show you how to plant, cultivate and use these wonderful plants. R Create Space: Paper Quilling for Beginners Tuesday, June 20, 7-8:30 pm Ages 18 and older. Paper quilling, also known as paper filigree, is the art of rolling strips of paper and arranging them into shapes and designs. Participants will learn the basic quilling technique and create beautiful flower designs on a bookmark and greeting card. Instructions and materials provided. R Informed Afternoons: The Rise and Fall of Ladies' Undergarments Wednesday, June 21, 1-2 pm Ellie Carlson unveils facts and exposes myths about women’s unmentionables. Stories from real women, past and present, and their amusing and sometimes uncomfortable relationship with their foundations complete this unique program. Historic undergarments will be on view. R

Les Bavards du Nord: French Conversation Group Saturdays: June 24 & July 22, 1-3 pm This is a group for people who enjoy speaking French in a relaxed, informal setting. Participants choose general topics for discussion and are always free to help each other with grammar and vocabulary in this non-classroom setting. Basic conversation skills needed. For more information, contact lesbavardsdunord@yahoo.com. NR Sunday Songs: The Alba Trio Sunday, June 25, 2-3 pm The Alba Trio is comprised of flute, violin and cello musicians who share their love of music through classical, pop and jazz-inspired selections. R Essential Oils 101 Monday, June 26, 7-8:30 pm Essential oils expert Rebecca Alonso shares the secrets of different uses for oils—including the benefits of using natural products in your home. Each participant will make lavender sheet spray to take home. R

When Virtual Becomes Reality Wednesday, June 14, 7-8:30 pm Discover the wonderful world of virtual reality (VR), as Philip Schneider provides an overview of this technology, its current and potential uses and how to apply it to your home and work life. R

R = Registration required | NR = No registration

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Adult Ageless Grace Thursday, June 29, 2-3 pm Janette Spenny, lifestyle specialist from Grandbrier Facility, takes you through a cutting-edge brain fitness program based on neuroplasticity that activates all five functions of the brain. R Create Space: Burlap Button Flag Thursday, July 6, 7-8 pm Ages 18 and older. Make a frameable patriotic work of art using burlap, buttons, and lots of red, white and blue. R Informed Afternoons: Chicago by Design Friday, July 7, 1-2 pm Learn about the builders who created the architectural vistas seen by millions of visitors to Chicago throughout the city’s history. Coffee served. R Edison, the Brothers Lumière and the Birth of Motion Pictures Wednesday, July 12, 7-8:30 pm Travel back 120 years to the birth of motion pictures in this Industrial Revolution tale filled with international intrigue, mechanical marvels and a bit of murder and mayhem. Craig Pierce shows rare clips from the earliest motion pictures and explains how inventors such as Edison and the Lumière brothers established the path to today's blockbusters. R

Craftapalooza

Saturday, July 15, 1-3 pm Ages 14 and older. Visit six different craft stations to make mobiles with Barb Ottolino of The Cultivated Choice, felt soap with Shari Pontillo of Twisted Fiber Studio, greeting cards with Anne Warman of Stampin' Up, paper flowers with Karina Guico and more. Stop in anytime during the two hours. R

Novel Nights Book Discussion: The Women in the Castle by Jessica Shattuck Monday, July 17, 7-8 pm RAM Restaurant and Brewery, 700 N. Milwaukee Ave., Wheeling Set at the end of World War II in a crumbling Bavarian castle that once played host to all of German high society, this powerful book tells the story of three widows whose lives and fates become intertwined. Appetizers provided. Books are available June 12 in the holds area. R Create Space: Monogrammed Tote Bag Tuesday, July 18, 7-8 pm Ages 18 and older. Gear up for summer reading by making your own monogrammed tote bag. Supplies provided. R

Genealogy Interest Group Tuesdays: June 20 & July 18, 3-4:30 pm Are you looking for information about your ancestors? Explore the library's databases and websites that may offer the breakthrough you've been looking for. These sessions are informal and suitable for beginner and experienced researchers. A staff librarian is available for assistance. R Margarete Steiff and the Teddy Bear Wednesday, July 19, 1-2 pm For almost 140 years, every child and adult all over the world has loved Steiff toys—the wonderful array of stuffed animals from Germany with the most famous being the Teddy bear. Join German historian Anette Isaacs as she relates the awe-inspiring life of toymaker and business maven Margarete Steiff. R Library Trivia Night Thursday, July 20, 7-8:30 pm Bowlero's Bowling Alley and Pub, 350 McHenry Rd., Buffalo Grove Test your knowledge of everything from pop culture to current events. Come on your own or bring your friends to compete in groups of up to four people. Prizes awarded to the winning team. Appetizers provided. R

Great Decisions Discussion Group

Friday, July 28, 10-11:30 am Exchange ideas about thought-provoking foreign policy issues facing America today in this informal, non-partisan monthly discussion group led by professor Gary Midkiff. Pick up a briefing book in advance in the holds area and read a chapter prior to each meeting. R

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Adult Sunday Songs: 3rd Sunday String Band Sunday, July 23, 2-3 pm Join the 3rd Sunday String Band as they play Old Time Appalachian and Midwestern fiddle tunes, as well as a selection of early country, folk and bluegrass. Band members play a combination of fiddle, guitar, mandolin, upright bass, flutes, whistles and harmonica. R Her Hamilton: As Told by His Wife Eliza Tuesday, July 25, 2-3 pm Hear the true story of one of the Founding Fathers of our nation from his wife’s point of view. You’ll learn about the founding of the nation, the toll it took on their marriage, their love for each other, his betrayal, his death in a duel and her life after. R Cooking With Chef Cherise: Garden Appetizers Wednesday, July 26, 7-8:30 pm Everything tastes better fresh from the farm stand! Chef Cherise shares garden fresh appetizers that are easy to prepare and delicious to eat: grilled corn crostini, strawberry cilantro salsa and chips, and zucchini thyme bruschetta. Tasty bites and recipes will be provided. R

ESL ESL Volunteers Wanted Apply: http://www.itpld.org/aboutus/volunteer.html Would you like to assist people from around the world in learning English? If you have teaching or tutoring experience or would be interested in assisting students in our ESL Lab, please apply. Practice Your English–Speaking Skills With a Tutor July 10-August 25, times and days vary Get one-on-one help with your English in this 7-week tutoring session. Staff will pair ESL students and tutors, and set the tutoring days and times. All tutoring will take place in the library. Registration begins June 15 at the Adult Desk.

R = Registration required | NR = No registration

Reading by Design ADULT

Summer Reading Program Sign up for the Summer Reading Program beginning June 10 at the Adult Desk.

MOVIES La La Land Monday, June 5, 1-3 pm Thursday, June 8, 6:30-8:30 pm Mia is an aspiring actress in Los Angeles who rushes to auditions seeking the big break that will finally let her quit her day job; Sebastian plays jazz piano at dive bars while waiting to be discovered. These two fall head-over-heels in love with each other but when their careers start to take off, their newfound success puts their romance to the test. Popcorn served. Rated PG-13. R The Great Wall Monday, July 10, 1-3 pm Thursday, July 13, 6:30-8:30 pm Every six decades a supernatural force descends upon the Great Wall of China in the form of terrifying monsters from Chinese mythology. In the fifth century, British soldiers travel to China in an effort to form an alliance, but they soon must prove themselves to the Chinese warriors before joining them to fight the horde of murderous creatures. Popcorn served. Rated PG-13. R 11


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MAIN LIBRARY

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HOURS M–F 9 am–9 pm Sat. 9 am–5 pm Sun. 12–5 pm

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BRANCH HOURS M–F 1–8 pm Sat. 10 am–3 pm Sun. Closed

PROGRAM REGISTRATION LEGEND

R = registration required; NR = no registration; TR = free tickets distributed 30 minutes before program on a first-come, first-served basis at the Kids Desk. TRB= free tickets distributed at the Branch 30 minutes before program on a first-come, first-served basis.

Photos may be taken during events. BOARD OF LIBRARY TRUSTEES

President: Louise Barnett Vice President: Mary Battinus Treasurer: Don Roalkvam Trustees: Henry Hackney Jr. W. Gene Looft Bruce D. Matthews

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Brian Shepard

The Indian Trails Public Library District Board of Trustees meets on the third Wednesday of the month at 7:15 pm. The meeting is open to the public.

BOOK DONAT IONS Return JULY 1 The library will begin accepting book donations July 1 in preparation for a Used Book Sale late 2017 or early 2018.

LIBRARY AND BRANCH CLOSINGS Independence Day

Tuesday, July 4

Drop off your gently used, but well-loved books, DVDs and Blu-rays at the Checkout Desk. Don't forget to pick up your tax deduction form when dropping off items.

Unfortunately, we can't accept the following CONNECT WITH US Indian Trails Library

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Magazines • Computer software • Textbooks • Encyclopedias VHS or casette tapes • Toys and puzzles Damaged items, such as missing covers or stained Once donated, all items become the property of the Indian Trails Public Library District and may used for the Foundation's book sales or disposed of in keeping with the library's policies and needs. All proceeds from the sale of donated items will be used to fund library initiatives.

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