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February 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
Tuesday, 2/20 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
Saturday, 2/17 at 10:00am
Book Clubs
Tuesday,2/27 at 2:30pm
Mary Coin
by Marisa Silver
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Friday Family Fun: Game Night
Friday, 2/2 from 630 to 830pm
Bring your family and friends and join us after hours for an evening of board games. Try your hand at some classics like checkers, card games, Monopoly, and Scrabble, or try something new like Settlers of Catan, Pandemic, and Code Names. Snacks will be provided. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Registration Required.
Thursday, 2/8 at 7:00pm
Get a jump on preparing your 2017 taxes! Join Mike Adams, an accredited asset management specialist (AAMS) at Edward Jones, as he explains which investment tax forms to complete and file and how to wisely use your tax refund. He will also share tips on choosing and using a tax preparer.

Tuesday, 2/13 at 1:30pm
Hallmark holiday? Not really: it's far, far older than you think-older even than St. Valentine. And who was he really? How did sending paper Valentines to loved ones catch on in so many places? These and other questions will be answered in this fun and informative presentation. Ellie Karlson has been making her own handmade Valentines since she was four years old. She brings not only extensive Valentine knowledge and lore but also a plethora of supplies. Please stay after the talk to make your own Valentine to take home or send.

Thursday, 2/15
Confused by your child's math schoolwork? Common Core strategies look completely different from what you learned as a student which makes it frustrating to explain to your child. Unfortunately, this combination leads to tears and exacerbation during homework time. Come learn the basics and walk away with strategies to empower your child to feel confident in Math.
String Art
Tuesday, 2/20 at 1:30pm
Beat the Winter Blues and create your own art using wood, nails, and beautiful colored string. 

Knitwits
Thursday, 2/15 at 7:00pm
Join Martha and Brittany for Knitwits, a group for beginning knitters. We'll meet on the second Thursday of each month to knit, chat, and learn new techniques (please note: the February meeting will be on the third Thursday). Bring your knitting and your questions!
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, 2/8 at 7:00pm
Make papier-mâché hearts!

Thursday, 2/22 at 7:00pm
What's better than sushi? How about sushi made out of candy? Come to the library a
nd whip up some sugary sushi creations.  

Click here to view a full list of our Teen Programs.
Visit our Teen Social Media Pages!

Children's ProgramsChildren
Friday, 2/5 through Tuesday, 2/13
Through 8th grade
Drop in and make your own Valentine! We will have all the supplies you'll need to make beautiful cards for all your loved ones. Open to kids through grade 8. Preschoolers will need a caregiver's assistance.
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Saturday, 2/3 at 11:00am
Ages 5 to 7
Bring a parent and bring a shoe! In no time your child will be tying their own shoes without help.

Saturday, 2/10 from 11:00am to 12:00pm
Ages 4-8
This workshop is a perfect introduction to the performing arts. The session will begin with a reading of Mr. Goat's Valentine by Eve Bunting. Kids will use the story as a jumping off point as they take turns using the characters, locations, and themes from the book to create their own original story. They will then use props and their imagination to turn their story into a play! Parents are invited to the last five minutes of our class to attend a (very) original play by their own mini playwrights. Let your child to really dive into their imagination while learning about theatre, acting, playwriting, and performing! Registration Required.

Joius on LBES/LBMS early release days for an movie!
2/14 , 2:30pm
Gnomeo and Juliet, Rated G, 2007, 84 minutes

Saturday, 2/17 from 11:00am to 11:30am
5 Star Dinner is a 20-30 minute program that uses kid approved superhero characters for PreK to 5th grade to make eating fruits and veggies both fun and exciting! Students get to take home Star Trackers with sticker sheets as well as info on the upcoming event at the Heinen's Grocery Store in Lake Bluff.
 Click here to view a full list of Children's Programs
Lake Bluff Public Library, 123 E Scranton Ave., Lake Bluff, IL 60044
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