Northern Illinois Food Bank & Wauconda’s United Partnership for a Better Community are providing FREE healthy lunches for kids
(ages 18 and younger) in your area through the
USDA’s “Summer Food Service Program.”
NO registration, NO paperwork! First come, first serve!
Lunches will be served every day unless there is heavy rain or storms.

Lunches are available Monday through Friday until August 10th from 12p to 1p at Osage Park.

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Back by Popular Demand! The Summer Concert Series starts TOMORROW at 7pm. Concerts in June will be held at Cook Memorial Park (across from the library). We look forward to seeing you there!
ADULT | ADULT OFFERINGS
Join Mary Helen Ekstam from Journey Care on Friday at 10:30a for a fascinating look at how music enhances our lives.


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Mac Basics is being held
Tonight at 7p

This is an introductory class to the Apple computer platform. Join us to learn the basics of using Apple computers.  

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Thought-provoking, powerful, and poignant films connect us with ideas and people outside of our immediate comfort zones. Take part in a discussion concerning each film's relation to societal issues and current events. 

This Sunday at 1:00p, we will be showing Mothers of Bedford.


Tell Your Story will meet Tuesday 6/12 at 10:00a in the Lincoln Room. Whether you have a story to tell or want to learn more about those who make up our community, stop on in!
It's not too late to join the Summer Reading Club! Register HERE, then stop by the library to pick up a prize...just for signing up! By completing the reading goal, you will be entered for the chance to win some fabulous prizes!
KID CITY | CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
You are my Sunshine is taking place tomorrow. Show Dad how special he is with a one of a kind work of art made by YOU.

Register your child (Grades K-2) for
the 10:00a session HERE
-OR-
the 11:30a session HERE
It's not too late to join the Summer Reading Club! Register HERE, then stop by the library to pick up a prize...just for signing up! By completing the reading goal, you will be entered for the chance to win some fabulous prizes!
WELL READ | BOOKS WE LOVE
Euphoria
by Lily King

Frustrated by his research efforts and depressed over the death of his brothers, Andre Banson runs into two fellow anthropologists, a married couple, in 1930s New Guinea and begins a tumultuous relationship with them. This superb novel presents a fascinating look into the study of other cultures and the sacrifices and dangers that go along with it. 
A powerful story – gritty, sensuous and utterly captivating.




The Girl Who Smiled Beads
by Clemantine Wamariya

The author unflinchingly shares the heartbreaking account of her survival of the Rwandan genocide. In 1994, she and her sister fled Rwanda and spent the next six years migrating through Africa, looking for a safe haven. Told in alternating chapters, between her harrowing escape and her arrival in the US as a refugee. Timely, unforgettable and truly a “must-read.”

The Home for Unwanted Girls
by Joanna Goodman

When she becomes pregnant at age 15, Maggie's parents force her to give up her baby daughter Elodie. The child is raised in an orphanage turned psychiatric hospital until her release at age 17. Maggie, now married, reconnects with her first love and begins actively searching for her daughter, who she has never forgotten. An emotional ride, perfect for fans of The Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline and The Chaperone by Liane Moriarty. (Adult Fiction)

The Husband Hour
by Jamie Brenner

When a young widow's reclusive life in a charming beach town is interrupted by a surprise visitor, she is forced to reckon with dark secrets about her family, her late husband, and the past she tried to leave behind. A wonderfully written, complex, and deeply satisfying novel – a great book to start your summer!
(Adult Fiction)