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Volume 12, Number 2



News and information about your library’s services, programs & resources.


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What’s all the Hoopla? T

he Lincolnwood Library offers much more than what you see on the shelves – a variety of popular materials and entertainment can be accessed digitally. In order to offer cutting edge services, 24/7, the library has added Hoopla and Flipster to the digital media list. Hoopla allows Lincolnwood resident library cardholders to borrow a huge selection of movies, television shows, music, and audiobooks via computer, smartphone or tablet. From Hollywood blockbusters to chart-topping artists, bestselling authors, and the hidden gems as well. With no waiting lists, you will be sure to find something you like on Hoopla. Flipster gives library patrons access to popular magazines in digital format for easy reading on computers, smartphones and tablets. The service provides access to current and previous magazine issues, titles include: The Atlantic, Dwell, Elle, Food & Wine, Forbes, House Beautiful, In Style, Men’s Health, Real Simple, Rolling Stone, Women’s Health, People, Us Weekly, and more.

Both Hoopla and Flipster are simple to access and use, without the hassle of having to return the items you’ve borrowed. For more details, please visit our website at, and click BOOKS, MOVIES, & MORE. With all of these great new remote resources you don’t need to set foot in the building if you don’t have time, but if you didn’t you would be missing some great events this spring. Take a look through this issue and see some of the classes and performances, along with new learning opportunities we offer. Don’t miss our special event on Friday, April 17, where we will be hosting a Game Night from 5-8pm along with GameTruck® Chicago in our parking lot. Inside we will have special circus games like plate-spinning and juggling. Try giant Jenga® and oversized Connect 4®, or explore our scavenger hunt. Get your groove on in our group Just Dance 2015 dance room, or play some traditional board games. It is a great opportunity for you to stop in and see what the library has for you to experience, explore and enjoy.

Using Hoopla and Flipster Here are a few highlights of our new digital media services. For more detailed instructions, visit our website. A valid Lincolnwood Library card is required to use these free services. Don’t have a library card? Stop in with your ID and get one!

From the library’s website,, click BOOKS, MOVIES, & MORE > DIGITAL MOVIES & MUSIC. Here are a few of the guidelines for borrowing digital media from Hoopla: Audiobooks............................... 21 days Music........................................ 7 days Movies & TV episodes............... 3 days Check-out limit.......................... 10 items a month Once you borrow a title on one device, it is automatically available via all devices when you log in via a web browser or the app. Content streaming begins immediately. You are able to view/listen to borrowed content as often as you want during the checkout period. Titles can be downloaded for off-line viewing and listening. All content is available to everyone. Parents are encouraged to help children find age-appropriate materials.

News from the Friends The Friends of the Lincolnwood Library would like to thank all of the supporters who became a part of the Friends of the Library during the annual membership drive. The Friends are volunteers who work to enhance library services, programs, and resources. One of the ways the Friends raise money for the library is through book donations. We accept your gently used books at the circulation desk to be sold at our book sales. We do not take textbooks, magazines, encyclopedias or damaged books. For information, visit and click ABOUT > FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY.

The Library has a Notary available many of the hours we are open, however, you must call us to confirm at (847) 677-5277. • Please bring photo identification with a signature issued by a U.S. state or federal government such as a Driver’s License, State ID Card, U.S. Military ID, or U.S. Passport. • Do not sign the document beforehand. Documents must be signed in the Notary’s presence. • If witnesses are required in addition to a Notary, please provide your own witnesses. • Documents must be in English and must be complete, without blank spaces. • We can notorize most documents, but due to notary law we are unable to: notarize any real estate documents pertaining to Cook County; certify copies; complete or notarize government Form I-9 or Employment Eligibility Verification.

Flipster magazines titles available: From the library’s website,, click BOOKS, MOVIES, & MORE > DIGITAL MAGAZINES & NEWS. • Back issues are available • Browse magazines on your computer via our website • Download the app to read offline (tablets only) • You can search within a magazine • Many popular titles available!


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The Atlantic Cooking Light Dwell Elle Entertainment Weekly Esquire Food & Wine Forbes Good Housekeeping Health

• House Beautiful • Travel & Leisure • InStyle • US Weekly • Kiplinger’s Personal • Women’s Health Finance • mental_floss • Men’s Health • O (Oprah) • People Need more help • Real Simple using digital services • Rolling Stone like Hoopla or Flipster? • ShopSmart See page 11 to attend a

class or sign up for a one-on-one session with a librarian.

March 8-14, 2015

Celebrate Teen Tech Week at the library with hands-on workshops dedicated to projects exploring circuits, electricity, programming, 3D printing and creative art! Grades 5-12. Registration required.

Sunday, March 8, 2-4pm Tech for Teens

Celebrate Teen Tech Week with a hands-on Makey Makey workshop dedicated to projects exploring circuits, electricity, programming and creative art!

Wednesday, March 11, 7-8:30pm 3D Design and Printing Workshop Find out why everyone is talking about 3D printing at this workshop presented by Edgewater Workbench, a community digital fabrication center specializing in 3D printing and laser cutting. Learn the fundamentals of 3D design, create your own model in TinkerCAD, and watch a 3D printing demonstration.

Lincolnwood Library presents the

Lincolnwood Chamber Orchestra Featuring “Beauty and the Beast: Romantic Music for Everyone”

Saturday, March 7, 2-3pm

Join Lincolnwood Library during Money Smart Week®, April 18-25. We will host programs designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances. Tuesday, April 21, 1-2pm Morningstar Learn how you can use Morningstar, a free library online resource, to manage your investments and make informed decisions regarding your portfolio. Wednesday, April 22, 7-8:30pm Buying and Selling on Craigslist Walk through, learn buying & selling etiquette, and get safety tips on this great resource.

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Don’t forget!

See an event in this newsletter that you don’t want to miss? You can send yourself an automatic email reminder. Go to the EVENTS calendar on our website, select the event you are interested in and you will see a REMIND ME button. There you can enter your email address and set up an email reminder. Send a reminder to yourself and a friend! While you are visiting our website, sign up for eNews for event updates, and text or email notifications to always know when materials are due.

Discover Your Family History Lincolnwood Library subscribes to a popular genealogical website called Ancestry Library Edition. It is a research tool that offers the most comprehensive genealogical information available online. What does this resource offer? • Free access to Ancestry Library Edition from inside the Lincolnwood Library. • An opportunity to trace your ancestors in the UK, US and other international territories. • Free access to the historical records required to build a family tree: Census records; birth, marriage, and death records; immigration records; vital and church records; military records; and court, land, and probate records. • A useful tool for those interested in historical research. This resource can only be accessed on computers inside the library building. Whether professional or hobbyist, expert or novice, genealogist or historian, find your roots at the library.


incolnwood shares part of its name with the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. Surprisingly, by his death in 1865, President Lincoln had not ventured to many destinations outside of the Midwest. Travel in and outside of the country was not as popular during the 1860s as it is today. The residents of Lincolnwood love to travel and go to many places around the world. The Lincolnwood Library invites you to stop in and borrow one of our Adventure Abe cut-outs and take a piece of Lincolnwood with you on your next trip. Take some photos of the experiences you are having with our traveling buddy, and send them to us at for our Lincoln Travels display or post on social media with #AdventureAbe and follow his travels! woodlibrary .org


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Popular this Spring!

ADULTS The Liar by Nora Roberts

Whispering Shadows by Jan-Philipp Sendker

Every Fifteen Minutes by Lisa Scottoline

The Quartet by Joseph J. Ellis

The Wright Brothers by David McCullough

HOT SUMMER TITLE! Harper Lee’s long lost first novel, Go Set

a Watchman will be released in July. We are pre-ordering multiple copies, place a hold online or contact us to reserve it today!


Film Screenings

Check our online calendar for more details.

Thursdays, 10:30am Morning Matinées March 5: The Good Lie March 12: Calvary March 19: Boyhood March 26: Love is Strange April 2: The Trip to Italy April 9: Dinosaur 13 April 16: Nightcrawler April 23: Rudderless April 30: Tale of the Princess Kaguya May 7: Finding Vivian Maier May 14: Foxcatcher May 21: Top Five May 28: Inherent Vice

Thursdays, 1pm (dates vary) Throwback Thursdays March 12: A Fish Called Wanda (1988) March 26: All That Jazz (1979) April 9: Cool Hand Luke (1967) April 23: The Breakfast Club (1985) May 7: American Graffiti (1973) May 21: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)

Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver

DVDs Big Hero 6

Mockingjay Part 1


A Bear Called Paddington by Michael Bond


More About Paddington by Michael Bond

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Fridays, 1pm Friday Films March 6: Gone Girl March 13: Fury March 20: This is Where I Leave You March 27: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes April 3: The Theory of Everything April 10: Whiplash April 17: Birdman April 24: Interstellar May 1: Wild May 8: Unbroken May 15: The Judge May 22: Selma May 29: Into the Woods

E V E N T S All library programs are free. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.

(LR) Registration required. Lincolnwood resident library cardholders have priority registration until one week prior to the class start date. All others may contact the Library to register the week of the program.


(S) This is a series of classes. You only need to register for the first class in each session. Registration for Preschool and Youth SERIES programs opens on the 15th of the month prior to the first class.

For questions or to be placed on a standby list, call 847-677-5277 or email

R E G U L A R F E AT U R E S Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-8:45pm English as a Second Language. A free class for adults who

want to improve English speaking, reading, and writing skills. Sponsored by Oakton Community College.

2nd Monday, 11am Adult Book Discussions. March 9...... The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin April 13...... The Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline

March 17, April 21, May 19, Tuesdays, 9am-Noon Veteran Center Services. An informational table about readjustment services available to eligible veterans and their families. Hosted by the Evanston Vet Center.

March 25, April 22, May 27, Wednesdays, 11:30am Chef Demo. A chef demonstration and

May 11...... Still Life with Bread Crumbs by Anna Quindlen

tasting of an easy-to-prepare appetizer, main dish, salad, or dessert. Sponsored by Lincolnwood Place.

June 8...... Longbourn by Jo Baker

Wednesdays, 11:30am-12:30pm Knitting Circle. Drop in to work on a

knitting or crochet project, share tips, show off your work, and converse with fellow needle art enthusiasts. Combined with Chef Demo once a month.

March 26, April 23, May 28, Thursdays, 11:30am Senior Resource Specialist. Find information regarding Books in the Woods (LR). Stop by the Adult Services Desk

to pick up a special copy, and then meet us at L. Woods, 7110 N. Lincoln Ave., on the night of the event. Register online, in person, or call Adult Services at 847-677-5277 x230.

March 16, Monday, 7:30pm at L. Woods Angle of Repose by Wallace Stegner. Registration required.

May 18, Monday, 7:30pm at L. Woods And the Dark Sacred Night by Julia Glass. Registration begins Monday, March 16.

Photo policy: While it is not required by law to get permission of persons in a public place to photograph them or use those photos for non-commercial use, it is common courtesy to get verbal permission to do so. Therefore, library staff will verbally notify program attendees at the beginning of any programs where participants may be photographed for library publicity.

retirement benefits, health insurance and Medicare programs, housing needs and more. Hosted by Kathy Gaeding from CJE SeniorLife.

Fridays, 3:30-4:30pm Common Thread. Participants

of all ages can drop in to knit, crochet, or work with other fiber arts every Friday afternoon! Those interested in brushing up on skills or teaching others are always welcome. Program Changes: While the library makes every attempt to include events in the newsletter, we will occasionally add a program or change a date/time. Please check our event calendar on the website for changes and updates.

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Birth to 5 years old

Registration for each session opens on the 15th of the month prior.

Stories and More (LR) (S).

Ages 3-5 and caregiver. This fun, interactive storytime emphasizes letters, numbers, shapes, colors, and other concepts to provides a language-rich experience. Sign up for each session.

March 10-17, Tuesdays, 10am Session 1 April 7-28, Tuesdays, 10am Session 2 May 5-19, Tuesdays, 10am Session 3 Baby Bookworms (LR) (S). Ages birth-2 and caregiver. A

series of stories, songs, and activities geared for very young children. Storytime is followed by open play. Sign up for each session.

March 11-18, Wednesdays, 10am Session 1 April 8-29, Wednesdays, 10am Session 2 May 6-20, Wednesdays, 10am Session 3

March 13-May 22, Fridays, 10am or 11:15am Friday Preschool Fun (LR) (S). Ages 2-5 and caregiver. Themed activities and crafts. Sign up for each session. Session 1...... March 13........ The World Of Eric Carle

March 20........ Celebrate Spring!

Session 2.........April 10........ Elephant Appreciation

April 17........ Chuggington April 24........ Nursery Rhyme Time

Session 3........... May 1........ Puppies, Puppies, Puppies!

May 8........ Mamas and Llamas May 15........ Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site May 22........ Pajanimal Pajama Party

March 31, Tuesday, 10am The Dreamtree Shakers Duo (LR).

Ages birth-5 and caregiver. Move and groove your way into Spring with The Dreamtree Shakers Duo! You’re invited to make an origami bird as you arrive -- a sure sign of warmer weather! Take the bird with you into the show where Miss Tina will guide everyone in movements and stretches sure to shake that winter slumber right out of you and awaken our inner birds of flight! Mr. Jeremy’s guitar, harmonica and story songs will get us all moving and thinking of ways to exercise our bodies and brains. 8

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Kindergarten to 5th Grade

March 5, Thursday, 7pm* Making a Statement (LR). See TEEN. For grades 5-8. April 2, Thursday, 7pm LEGO Artist Workshop (LR). Learn the artistic ability

of LEGO® bricks with LEGOLAND Discovery Center at the Library! Participants will make their own unique LEGO sculpture and will use mathematics to figure out how to create and build a large-scale model of their original sculpture. Recommended ages K-5.

April 17, Friday, 5-8pm OPEN LATE! Game Night. See ALL AGES. May 7, Thursday, 7pm On Vacation with Dave Rudolph (LR). See ALL AGES. Attention 5th Graders!

You are almost Middle Schoolers-take a look at the events in the Teen section, you are welcome to register!


6th Grade to 12th Grade

March 5, Thursday, 7pm* Making a Statement (LR). Get ready to be on your feet creating games and performance pieces that make a statement about who we are! Imagination Theater leads this hands on workshop where participants will explore complex daily issues and uncover the different points of view that define their community. Grades 5-8.

March 8, Sunday, 2-4pm Tech for Teens (LR). Grades 5-12.

Celebrate Teen Tech Week with a hands-on Makey Makey workshop dedicated to projects exploring circuits, electricity, programming and creative art!

March 11, Wednesday, 7-8:30pm 3D Design and Printing Workshop (LR). Grades 5-12.

Learn the fundamentals of 3D design, create your own model in TinkerCAD, and watch a 3D printing demonstration by Edgewater Workbench.

March 9, April 13, May 11, Mondays, 4-5pm Community Service Club (LR). Local middle schoolers

can join us to earn community service hours by completing compassionate and engaged projects. All participants will earn one hour of service for each attended meeting. Grades 6-8.




Saturdays (monthly), 2pm Family Movie

March 1, Sunday, 2-3:30pm Film Screening* Skokie: Invaded But Not Conquered (LR). A documentary

March 21.......The Book of Life April 11.......How to Train Your Dragon 2 May 2.......Big Hero 6 (also Comic Book Day) May 16.......Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb

March 7, Saturday, 2-3pm SATURDAY PERFORMANCE! Lincolnwood Chamber Orchestra. The Lincolnwood Chamber

Join us for a movie the whole family can enjoy together!

March 15, Sunday, 2-3pm Mearra: Selkie from the Sea.

about the issues connected to the attempted neo-Nazi March in Skokie are examined, followed by a discussion led by Buzz Alpert, community activist during that time.

Orchestra celebrates their 25th Anniversary Season with “Beauty and the Beast: Romantic Music for Everyone” featuring Beethoven’s Grosse Fugue, Sibelius’ Romance for Strings, and “Highlights from Beauty and the Beast.”

Inviting children and adults alike to use their imaginations as they enter an enchanted world that has inspired writers and composers like Yeats, Synge, and Arnold Bax for centuries. Linda Marie Smith features original songs, rich orchestrations and evocative videoprojected imagery in this one-of-a-kind live music performance.

April 11-25, Saturdays, 1-2pm Writing Prompt Workshop (LR) (S). Join this small group of

April 17, Friday, 5-8pm OPEN LATE! Game Night. Game on for the whole family!

Enjoy Great American Songbook standards both familiar and obscure. Petra and Bobby share a love of melody and lyrics and best express their creativity through the timeless popular music of the 1920s-50s.

From classic board games, giant Jenga®, and a scavenger hunt, there’s something for everyone. Try circus games like plate spinning and juggling or get your groove on in a group Just Dance 2015® dance party. Try your hand at some of the hottest new video games with GameTruck® Chicago, who will be parked at the library for the event. Get out of the house and play games with us! Must be a Lincolnwood resident library cardholder to enter the GameTruck®. The truck has limited space so you must sign up for a time slot when you attend.

May 2, Saturday, 2pm Comic Book Day. Celebrate Free Comic Book Day at the

Library! Discover your favorite new comic book and take it home for free thanks to Pastimes Comics & Games. Stay for our family movie Big Hero 6 while you are here!

May 7, Thursday, 7pm On Vacation with Dave Rudolph (LR).

Visit “Fun Island,” see and be the odd animals at Dave’s Zoo, visit NASA and be a part of Dave’s wacky trip... a totally interactive show for kids of all ages! *Coming Together in Skokie and Niles Township programming.

aspiring writers of all levels to get your creative juices flowing by writing and sharing prompts to help get in the habit of writing.

April 15, Wednesday, 7-8pm The ABCs of Photo Organizing. Learn photo organizational methods for both traditional photos and digital images.

April 19, Sunday, 2-3pm Petra van Nuis Quartet with trumpeter Bobby Lewis.

April 20, Monday, 7-8pm Community Conversations. These

community conversations are an opportunity to provide input about improvements we are considering for our building and services. Join us, and help us learn from your experiences, your vision, and your ideas.

May 9, Saturday, 1-2pm Floral Design Workshop (LR). This workshop, presented by Diane T. Carr of Flower Child, will inspire and help you appreciate the exquisiteness of floral designing with useful demonstrations on the use of various textures that include flowers, fruits, vegetables, and breads!

May 17, Sunday, 2-3pm The Jazmer Trio. The

Jazmer Trio will perform a variety of vocal and instrumental Jewish music including klezmer, Yiddish, Israeli, ladino songs of judeo Spain and Jewish music with influences of 20th century American jazz. Also see Regular Features (Page 7), and All Ages

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The library offers a variety of beginning and intermediate level classes covering a wide range of technology topics. You can register online using the EVENTS calendar, or by contacting Digital Services at 847-677-5277, or More details can be found at


Beginners April 6 & April 13, Mondays, 2-4pm Beginner’s Series (LR) (S). Registration is for both classes. 1: Computer Basics

Students must have basic mouse and keyboard skills. In this hands-on class we will learn basic computer concepts and how to navigate the Windows 7 operating system. 2: Beginning Internet In this follow-up class, we will discuss the many reasons people use the internet and will practice using web browsers to search.


March 18, Wednesday, 7-8:50pm Windows Computer Tune-Up.

Computer Gurus Mark Klocksin and Eric Brodsky share important Windows tips and tricks that every computer owner should know, including: how to back up important computer files, properly care for computer hardware, protect from viruses, and more!

May 6, Wednesday, 1-2:30pm Better Internet Searching (LR). Construct concise Google searches that bring back relevant results. We will learn how search works and master some Google tips & tricks through a series of hands-on activities. Students must have taken Beginning Internet or have equivalent experience.

Microsoft Office March 25, Wednesday, 6:30-8:30pm Intro to Microsoft Word 2010 (LR). Microsoft Word can

be used to create letters, resumes and much more. This class will cover the basic features of this popular word processing software. Learn how to navigate the ribbon and how to create, save and print a document. We will also cover formatting, cut, copy and paste and how to check spelling and grammar.

April 1, Wednesday, 6:30-8:30pm Do More with Microsoft Word 2010 (LR). In this follow-up

class to Intro to Microsoft Word 2010 we will work with page layout options and more. Learn how to change page margins, set line and paragraph spacing and add page numbers. We will also work with tabs, bulleted and numbered lists, headers, and footers.

April 8, Wednesday, 6:30-8:30pm Advanced Microsoft Word 2010 (LR). This class is for those ready to learn the more advanced features of Microsoft Word. We will learn how to create tables to organize information and use text boxes to position blocks of text in your document. We will also cover inserting and editing photos and clip art.

May 20, Wednesday, 6:30-8:30pm Intro to PowerPoint (LR). Microsoft PowerPoint

2010 is a powerful presentation tool. This introductory class will cover the basics of creating a slide show including using design templates and inserting media and text. 10

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Tablets and Mobile March 14, Saturday, 10am-noon iPad Basics (LR). This beginner level class

covers the most important features and functions of the iPad such as: touch screen gestures and using the keyboard, navigating the home screen, connecting to a wireless network, and using the app store to find and download new apps. Students must provide their own iPad that has gone through initial set-up process and is running the most current version of iOS. In addition, students must have their Apple ID and password readily available.

May 29, Friday, 1-3pm Do More with Your iPad (LR). This intermediate level class is

a follow up to iPad Basics. We will cover topics such as: installing and deleting apps, making folders, multi-tasking gestures, photo and video, and some iOS8 tips and tricks. Students must provide their own iPad that has gone through initial set-up process and is running the most current version of iOS. In addition, students must have their Apple ID and password readily available.

Tech Help Drop-In Bring your gadgets and your technology questions to this open house tech drop-in. Our savvy librarians will be on hand to help make technology work for you. 

March 23, Monday, 7-9pm April 30, Thursday, 4-6pm May 27, Wednesday, 2-4pm

24/7 eMedia: eBooks, eAudiobooks, magazines, movies, music and more! March 4, Wednesday, 7-8:30pm May 10, Sunday, 2-3:30pm Free eMedia: eBooks, movies, and more. Learn how to get

free eBooks, eAudiobooks, magazines, movies, music, and more from our 24/7 digital library services OverDrive, Flipster and Hoopla. This class will explore each service and how to download content to your smartphone, tablet or computer from the comfort of your own home or on the go.

Resources March 9, Monday, 7-8:30pm Technology for Your Job Search.

Technological progress and the expansion of the “knowledge economy” have brought changes to the job search process. This class will help job seekers bring their skills and strategies up to speed using library resources.

March 30, Monday, 1-2pm Tech Tools for Crafters.

Have you heard of websites like Pinterest and Ravelry, but haven’t found the time to explore them? Do you ever wish your cell phone could help you, in a pinch, with a stitch or technique? Even if you rely on crafting to give you a BREAK from technology, you’ll be amazed by how websites and mobile apps can spark your creativity and increase your efficiency. If you knit, crochet, quilt, scrapbook, or practice other crafts (at any level), please join us to learn some tech tools, tips, and tricks.

eMedia One-on-One (LR). Learn how to use our 24/7

digital library services in a personal one-on-one session with a tech-savvy librarian. Bring your mobile device or laptop and learn how to use OverDrive, Hoopla and Flipster to get free eBooks, eAudiobooks, movies, music and magazines from the comfort of your own home or on the go!

March 20, Friday, at 1, 2, & 3pm April 26, Sunday, at 2, 3, & 4pm May 18, Monday, at 6, 7, & 8pm

April 22, Wednesday, 7-8:30pm Buying and Selling on Craigslist. Walk through, learn buying & selling etiquette, and get safety tips on this great resource.

May 14, Thursday, 10-11:30am Social Media 101 (LR). In this class we will explore the social networking trend, discuss its benefits and drawbacks and take a look at a selection of specific social networking sites including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn and

April 15, Wednesday, 7-8pm The ABCs of Photo Organizing. Join personal photo

organizer Monica Lee, and learn how to approach your photo collection, find the gems and tell your important stories. This method works for both traditional photos and digital images. She also addresses what to do with your home movies, how to scan and digitize photos and what to do with negatives and slides. Join us and leave inspired and ready to conquer this daunting task.

April 21, Tuesday, 1-2pm Morningstar. Participate in Money Smart Week by learning how you can use Morningstar, a free library online resource, to manage your investments and make informed decisions regarding your portfolio.

NEW! B U S I N E S S SCORE provides free, in-depth business counseling for business owners and small businesses. April 29, Wednesday, 7-8pm Legal Concerns Surrounding Internet Web Sites and Social Media (LR).

Discover the issues surrounding user privacy and publishing content from your Web site, the pros and cons of having a detailed company social media policy, FTC disclosure guidelines regulating endorsements on social media, defending your brand and more! This SCORE seminar will be led by a representative of Saper Law Offices.

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Sun., April 5....... Easter Sun., May 24 & Mon., May 25.... Memorial Day


Community Engagement x232 Adult Services x230 Youth Services x234 Library Administration x245

Library Director | Su Bochenski

Board of Trustees | Kendra L. Beard, President | Christopher M. Martel, Vice President

Dany R. Fields, Secretary | James E. Berger, Treasurer | Bertha Gimbel | Linda Poulsom | Pamela Stavinoga

Deborah Keegan, Designer

The Board of Trustees meets at 6:30pm, the 3rd Thursday of the month. Upcoming meetings are March 19, April 16, & May 21. Check the Library’s website for changes.

Community Conversations Monday, April 20, 7pm

At Lincolnwood Public Library we value the opinions and insights Lincolnwood residents have about their library. These community conversations are an opportunity to provide input about improvements we are considering for our building and services. Join us for a community conversation and help us learn from your experiences, your vision, and your ideas.

Your voice matters!

Lincolnwood Library Spring 2015  

News and events happening at the Lincolnwood Public Library Spring 2015.

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