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August 2018

Boards of Library Trustees
Kathy Meierhoff, President
Carole Stroh, Vice President
Scot Butler, Treasurer
Janie Jerch, Secretary
Kate Jackson
Tim Kregor
Carl Schons

The Board of Library Trustees meets every month, regularly scheduled for the third Tuesday. Meetings are open to the public 
and follow the guidelines of the Open Meetings Act of Illinois.  

Next Meeting Date
August 21, 2018 at 7:00 PM
Friends of the Library
Want to help make our library the best? Do you have a few hours a month to spare? Join us!! New members and ideas are always welcome!
  
If you have any questions or wish to support the Friends in any way, please visit us at lakeblufflibrary.org/friends. 
  
Also, feel free to contact current President Linda Schwartz at 847-997-3442 or at lschwartz@friendslblibrary.org.

The Friends welcome donations. Please consider a show of support in the form of  gift to the Friends of the Lake Bluff Library, c/o Secretary Mary Dahlmann
123 E. Scranton Avenue 
Lake Bluff IL 60044

Next Meeting Date
September 15
(No August Meeting)
Book Clubs
Tuesday, 8/21 at 2:30pm
It's What I Do
by Lynsey Addario
Thursday, 8/23 at 7:00pm
Financial planning for Social Security can be confusing. Karl Lorenz will review the Social Security program, who is eligible, what factors to consider before starting benefits, when is the most appropriate time to start taking benefits, and ways in which you can potentially maximize your benefits. Mr. Lorenz is a Senior Vice President, Wealth Management Advisor at Merrill Lynch in Northbrook. He has been in the industry for over 24 years and in February 2018, he was honored by Forbes magazine as "Best-in-State Wealth Advisor."
Monday, 8/6 at 7:00pm
If you have always dreamt of long-term world travel but never thought it plausible, allow Brian Michalski to guide you through the process. Come along on his 22-month solo backpacking journey of working and volunteering in Southeast Asia, Australia, India, Cuba and more. Get insider information about budgeting, utilizing intuitive travel apps, realities of hostel life, embracing foreign customs, coping with inevitable setbacks, visa applications, and more so that you, too, can travel like a pro.
 
Thursday, 8/9 at 7:00pm
You have seen them in the biggest movies of all time. Now learn the true history of your favorite superheroes including the comics, the writers who created them, and their powers. Discover their connections to legendary myths through the hero's journey and why they connect to our culture today.
Join Liliana to make your own beach-ready accessories this summer! This August, make a reusable lunch bag for a fun summer picnic or to ensure back-to-school season will be simple, stylish and sustainable.
And that's not all!
Stop in anytime and view our display case.

Click here to view a full list of our Adult Programs! 
 
Thursday, 8/9 at 7:00 pm
Transform an ordinary seashell into a beautiful work of art.

Thursdays, 8/16 at 7:30pm
Join this fun group and earn volunteer hours, meet new friends, find new books, and give us your two cents about teen services! Play a bookish guessing game for the chance to win a different prize every month! Snacks and drinks will be served.
 
Click here to view a full list of our Teen Programs, including special events for Teen Read Week!
Visit our Teen Social Media Pages!

Children's ProgramsChildren
Wednesdays, 8/15 at 6:30 pm
Ages 3 and up (with an adult)
Families, come dressed in your PJs for this cozy evening storytime! Enjoy stories, a craft, and some milk and cookies as your evening winds down.
Thursdays, 8/2 to 8/30 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Ages 8-11
Join us for video games on the big screen each Thursday afternoon! Bring a friend, or make some new ones and choose a new video game to play each week.

Thursday, 8/2 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
You and your family members of all ages have been accepted at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Lake Bluff Library campus. Your term at Hogwarts will include brewing a slimy concoction in Potions, transforming an ordinary craft into an extraordinary work of art in Transfiguration, puzzles and tricks in Charms, and, of course, testing your wits in a Triwizard Tournament. Then at 8:00pm, we will convene for a small reception honoring the birth of Hogwarts' most famous student, Harry Potter, and a raffle drawing for a Potter Prize. Other fun activities will be available throughout the week. Term begins August 2. We await your registration by owl no later than July 26. (And "by owl" we mean "register online or by calling." Regrettably, we do not have the resources to care for owls).
 Click here to view a full list of Children's Programs