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May 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
May 15, 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
Saturday, May 19
Book Clubs
Tuesday,5/15 at 2:30pm
Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea
by Barbara Demick
Monday, 5/21 at 7:00pm
In 1947, George F. Kennan published his famous "X" article in the journal Foreign Affairs, outlining his containment doctrine and his long-term prognosis for the Soviet Union. Dr. Bruce Cumings will do the same for North Korea, arguing that containing that leadership will be even easier than it was with the USSR, since the North has no expansionist goals beyond the Korean peninsula. Such a strategy requires patience, and the conviction that over the long run, North Korea will evolve internally and cease to be a problem. Dr. Bruce Cumings is a professor of Korean history at the University of Chicago.
Tuesday, 5/1 at 1:30pm
Quilt expert Marge Edwards will explain many of the traditions that have followed the art of quilting through hundreds of years-each with its own story to tell. For example, what was behind the custom of a bride needing 13 quilts when she married? Quilts will be on display to admire.
 
Resiliency: The Strength to Overcome
Thursday, 5/24 at 7:00pm
"No matter what you are facing, you have the strength to overcome it." After studying the most resilient people in the world for over a decade, Chad Hinkle has learned this to be true. In a one hour interactive talk, Mr. Hinkle will help you use the skills and tools of these extremely resilient people to build your own resiliency. Entertaining and informative, this is an experience that will help you be stronger and feel more fulfilled.
Arts and Crafts for Adults:
Tuesdays, 5/8 at 1:30pm 
Join Liliana to cultivate your crafting skills and grow a greener world! Crafts are on the second Tuesday of the month and all materials are provided. 
Upcycle old books to create eye-catching planters for succulents. Please register at least one week in advance. 
And that's not all!
Stop in anytime and view our display case.

Click here to view a full list of our Adult Programs!  
Popsicle Stick Paintings
Thursday, 5/3 at 7:00pm

Create a canvas with popsicle sticks and make your own mini masterpiece.

  
Thursdays, 5/17 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 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
Tuesdays, 5/1 to Tuesday, 5/29 from 10:15am to 10:45am
6 months through 2 years
Children can listen to books and music while they socialize and play with age appropriate toys. Children must be supervised by an adult at all times during this casual meet up.
Monday, 5/7 at 4:30pm
Ages 9 to 13
See how fast your creativity can build tall towers or ping pong ball launchers. Ms. Eriksen will show you how teamwork and imagination can turn simple materials into fun contraptions.

Join us on LBES/LBMS early release days for an afternoon movie.


Wednesday, 5/9 at 2:30pm
The Incredibles
Rated PG, 2004, 115 minutes 
 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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