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Library Closing

The Library will be closed all day on Sunday, May 26 and Monday, May 27 for Memorial Day. We will reopen at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, May 28. 

Youth/Family Program

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Twilight Tales

Bring the whole family for story time. Stories will be aimed at preschoolers, but all ages are welcome with an accompanying adult.

Triwizard Tournament (offsite at Armstrong Park)

Put your wizarding skills to the test! Join us for outdoor Triwizard activities and make a bandana to support your Hogwarts House.

Location: Armstrong Park, 391 Illini Dr, Carol Stream, IL 60188. Meet at soccer field that is to the left of the baseball field. Weather permitting.

One More Chapter Book Club (offsite at Panera Bread)

If you’ve ever said, “I’ll just read one more chapter!”, this is the club for you! Join us as we munch on Panera cookies and talk about The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen. Get a free copy at the Youth Services Desk.

Location: Panera Bread, 370-420 West Army Trail Road, Bloomingdale, IL 60108

Crafternoon: Ice Cream in a Bag (offsite at Armstrong Park)

Celebrate National Ice Cream Month by making your own! Shake up some homemade ice cream in a plastic bag, then add your favorite toppings for a cool, delicious treat.

Location: Armstrong Park, 391 Illini Dr, Carol Stream, IL 60188. Meet between the courts and parking lot. Weather permitting.

Step Up to High School (offsite at Fountain View)

Starting high school can be an exciting but nerve-wracking change. Do you want to know what to expect? Hear from current high schoolers about their experiences and have a chance to ask all of your questions about what high school is really like.

Location: Fountain View Recreation Center, 910 N Gary Ave, Carol Stream, IL 60188

Twilight Tales

Bring the whole family for story time. Stories will be aimed at preschoolers, but all ages are welcome with an accompanying adult.

Fancy Feet (offsite at M Dance Center, 455 Kehoe Dr. Carol Stream)

Got boogie fever? Need to shake a tail feather? Want to cut a rug? So do we! At this dance party hosted by Millennium Dance Center, students will learn dance fundamentals, work on their musicality and rhythm, and use their imagination through creative movement. This 30 minute class is a great way for boys and girls ages 2-5 to gain exposure to dance and music, practice some basic motor skills, and have FUN! Parents must remain in the room.

Offsite at M Dance Center, 455 Kehoe Drive, Suite 103, Carol Stream

PAWS for Reading

Research shows that kids who read to certified, reading therapy dogs improve their oral reading fluency and their reading confidence. Sign up for a 15-minute time slot to read one-on-one to a special canine companion. Space is limited and parental permission is required. Register at the Youth Services desk.

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