Come move your body this Saturday . Our Friends at Mano a Mano will lead us in a bi-lingual, cross generational Zumba experience. Wear comfortable clothing, and come prepared to feel the heat. All ages are welcome!
Come Tuesday at 7:00p prepared to participate and have a blast: from trivia to zany physical challenges this interactive event is sure to entertain all ages.

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 served!
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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ADULT | ADULT OFFERINGS
The City of Broad Shoulders is the birthplace of many remarkable men in history. What about "herstory"? From Jane Addams to Michelle Obama, historian Clarence Goodman will share how these extraordinary women made a lasting impact on Chicago. 

Tonight at 7:00p

TODAY is your last chance to log your reading.

Additionally, the final drawings for prizes will take place TOMORROW. Winners will be notified by phone.

Thank you to all who participated.
The Beyond Fiction Book Club will meet Monday at 7:00p in the Lincoln Room.

Join us for discussion of:

Endurance  by Scott Kelly

KID CITY | CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
Drop in this Friday at 10:00a to make your very own
Nuudle Bridge.

For ages 3+

No registration required
TODAY is your last chance to log your reading.

Additionally, the final drawings for prizes will take place TOMORROW. Winners will be notified by phone.

Thank you to all who participated.
The Family Book Club will meet Saturday at 10:30a.

Join us for discussion of:

The Lemonade War
by Jacqueline Davies

WELL READ | BOOKS WE LOVE
Wuthering Heights
by Emily Brontë

Submitted by Lynn M.
Probably my all-time favorite book. It absolutely defies categorization. I once recommended this to a male friend, who objected: “Isn’t that a love story?” Well, yes. Yes, it is. But it’s the weirdest love story you’ll ever read. (My friend loved it, by the way.) (Adult Fiction)

The Immortalists
by Chloe Benjamin

Submitted by Kelly K.
An intricate novel about four siblings who at an early age find out their death dates from a fortune teller. Knowing this information dictates their response to the world and each other.  Well-developed characters and their stories fill the years 1969 – 2010, with family relationships and their corresponding demands and expectations central to the plot. Thought provoking, complex and poignant, the passing of time and magnificence of life are explored in light of knowing how much time you have, and what you can do with what’s left to live. (Adult Fiction)

Always Never Yours
by Emily Wibberley

Submitted by Emily D.
This book is for the romantic theater nerd in all of us. Megan goes from directing behind the scenes, fully in control, to center stage as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet. Struggling to play the lead in an iconic love story, Megan might just find true love in real life. A breezy, fun read for the beach. (YA Fiction)

Girl in Pieces
by Kathleen Glasgow

Submitted by Kathryn S.
Charlie starts out in a facility where she gets treatment for cutting herself. Because insurance only covers a certain number of days, Charlie is released without receiving all of the help she needs. Will she make choices that are beneficial to her recovery or make fall into old destructive habits? Short chapters make this a great choice for fans of Ellen Hopkins. (YA Fiction)