Tomorrow marks the last concert in the Summer Concert Series!!!! Join us after the farmer's market for free ice cream and the StingRays tomorrow night at 7:00p on the front lawn of the library. We'll see you there!
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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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. 

Tuesday, July 31st at 7:00p

Please be sure to pick up your weekly prizes by August 1st!

The final prize drawing will be conducted on August 1st and winners will be notified.
Alexa, Siri, Google Assistant, Bixby, OH MY! Let's learn about voice controlled tech and how it can make your life easier and hands free on Sunday at 1:00p.

See you on Friday at Noon for Lunch and a Movie. This week, we will show Singin' In The Rain.

This program is for adults only and registration is not required.

Drop in this Friday at 10:00a to make your very own Cardboad Town.

For ages 3+

No registration required
Come move your body every Saturday in the months of July and August. 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!

Ven a mover tu cuerpo todos los sábados durante los meses de julio y agosto. Nuestros amigos de Mano a Mano nos guiarán en esta clase bilingüe de Zumba. Ponte ropa cómoda y prepárate para sudar.
Please be sure to pick up your weekly prizes by August 1st!

The final prize drawing will be conducted on August 1st and winners will be notified.
Leah on the Offbeat
by Becky Albertalli

Submitted by Emily D.
Loved the movie Love Simon based on Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda? We’re back in Creekwood High for the gang’s senior year! Follow the gang as the fall play turns into senior prom. What will happen as they realize they won’t all be together next year? A fun, nerdy, uplifting read. (YA Fiction)

Us Against You
by Fredrik Backman

Submitted by Kathryn S.
If you enjoyed  Beartown by Fredrik Backman, I would highly recommend  Us Against You as it continues with the story. There were moments when I gasped out loud and then chuckled a few minutes later and thought, "Backman must really enjoy throwing his readers off guard." As was the case with Beartown, there wasn’t a happy ending for all of the characters but I was satisfied with the ending. (Adult Fiction)

by Min Jin Lee

Submitted by Kelly K.
Fans of Pearl S. Buck’s The Good Earth might enjoy this epic tale of Korean immigrants living in Japan.  It follows a family for close to 100 years. Culture and history are explored as well as immigration and its challenges. It masterfully explores the full gamut of emotions, from tragedy to hope, themes of loyalty and betrayal, and is no surprise that it is a National Book Award finalist.  This is one you will definitely keep reading despite its length and even be fully satisfied with the ending. (Adult Fiction)

Lily and Dunkin
by Donna Gephart

Submitted by Katie B.
An important story about the power of tolerance, acceptance, understanding, and kindness. This book may become more and more important in many young adults' lives. The story of Lily (a transgender teen) and Dunkin' (who suffers from bipolar disorder) takes you through many ups and downs, has you laughing with the characters one minute and then yelling at the book the next. (Juvenile Fiction)