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Chat & Chew: A Kids' Book Discussion for Grades 2-3
Stop by the library for an evening book discussion. Just bring a light dinner and your thoughts on a book and we'll provide the drinks and dessert! For children in grades 2-3; parent or caregiver is invited but not required.
The book discussion on July 25 is Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery by Deborah and James Howe. Registration is required; please call the Children's Department at 847.835.5056.
More About Glencoe Public Library
Located in the heart of downtown, the Glencoe Public Library is the place to check out a new title, an old favorite, or relax in the company of classic literature. The library offers programming for adults, children and teens, from discussion groups to storytimes.
Members can search for titles in the library's online catalog and access electronic resources from home. By entering a library card number, cardholders can download audiobooks and ebooks, access LexisNexis and other many other online databases and archives. Staff members also run a blog with reviews and recommendations.
The library accepts book donations in boxes located just inside the main door. Friends of the Library hosts three book sales each year.
The library also has one room that can be reserved for non-commercial purposes. Visit the library's website for more information.
Other events here
- Talking Pictures: "Kinky Boots" Thu, May 30, 1:00 pm–3:00 pm