Visit the Library and check out a museum pass.
The Library will be participating in Big Library Read sponsored by OverDrive from May 15-June 1. Library patrons worldwide are given access to the ebook The Four Corners of the Sky by Michael Malone. The ebook is available to download as OverDrive Read, Kindle, EPUB, and PDF formats.
Check out “Groundbreaking Reads” during our 2013 Summer Reading Program. Register on our website, www.cslibrary.org, or in the Library. You will have access to book reviews and related Internet resources.
Each book read and recorded will grant you one entry in that week’s drawing, which will feature gift certificates to local businesses and other fun prizes. Read and record at least one book, ebook, or unabridged audiobook by 5:00 p.m. on August 10 in order to enter to win the grand prize, an iPad mini.
Summer is fast approaching, bringing another exciting children’s summer reading program to the Library! The summer reading program officially begins Monday, June 10.
Grades 6 - 8
Middle school students in grades 6-8 will go “Beneath the Surface.” They will enjoy exploring below the earth’s crust, where many treasures lie, including wildlife, gems, and hobbit homes.
“Dig into Reading” is the theme for preschoolers, ages 4 and under, and elementary students. Both groups will experience a new kind of dig each week. They will delve into programs and activities that include dinosaurs, gardening, underground animals, reading for fun, and more!
Carol Stream resident Priti Sehrawat, author of Your Name Reveals Your Nature, will explain the basics of numerology, a metaphysical science, which helps in understanding the personality through interpretation and analysis of names and birth dates.
Sehrawat will demonstrate the principles of numerology by providing brief analyses of names and birth dates of audience volunteers. Additional information about numerology may be found at www.numbersofjoy.com.
Ages 16 and up. Registration is required.
Tuesday, May 28 - Thursday, May 30,
The Library will again be open late for high school students studying for final exams. Students are welcome to study in the Library until 11:00 p.m. The Library will provide access to group study space, computers, and free
Wi-Fi. Refreshments will be served.
On the days the Library is open late, students must arrive before 9 p.m. and will not be allowed to re-enter the building once they have left. For more information please contact the Library at 630-653-0755.
English practice for ESL learners at all levels offered in partnership with Literacy Dupage. No signup or preparation is necessary. All English as a second language learners are welcome and library membership is not required. Come when you can.
This is an ongoing program.
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