DIY Felt Message Board
Tuesday, March 10th, 4:00 p.m.
Grades 6-12

Chances are you've got something to say. 
Learn how to make your own message board for a fun way to share your news with friends.

Little Sprouts
March 5th, 1:30 p.m.

Cultivate a learner, plant a seed, nurture the sprout, and take home the beginning of a garden.
(Ages 4-5)

Wiggleworms Storytime Yoga
March 9th, 10:00 a.m.

A reading adventure mixed with yoga action. Please bring a mat or towel.
(Ages 2-3)

Sensory Playtime
March 12th, 9:30 a.m.

Stimulating playtime, perfect for little ones, with social time for the adults.

(Ages birth to pre-walkers with caregiver)

Interactive Artists
March 12th, 6:30 p.m.

Spark your imagination, creativity, and lifelong connection with art inspired by some of our favorite books.

(Grades K-2 with parent/caregiver)

Color Exploration
March 13th, 10:30 a.m.

Fun new art projects each month to help your child's imagination soar.
(Ages 2-5)

This month: Chalk Pastel Butterfly

Mah Jongg Club
March 6th, 1:00 p.m.

Join us as we learn Mah Jongg together! Meet players who will help you learn strategy and enjoy community time at the library. Bring your set if you own one. All skill levels welcome, adults only. 
Register for one or all sessions.

In the Loop Meetup
March 7th, 11:00 a.m.

Drop-in for social time with like-minded crafty adults. Knitting, crocheting, embroidery, quilting -- all forms of needlework are welcome here. Bring your project and dedicate quality uninterrupted time to stitch your way to completion.  

Microsoft Word Basics
March 8th, 1:00 p.m.

This class is suitable for those who are not familiar with the word processing software Microsoft Word 2016 or who just want to learn some new tricks and tips. 

Meditation with Isabel Raci
March 9th, 10:00 a.m.

Enjoy this calming meditation practice with Isabel Raci, C-IAYT. Please wear comfortable clothing, may include gentle yoga movements. Bring a yoga mat if you'd like, otherwise chairs will be provided.

Join a Book Club!
Tuesday, March 10th, 7 p.m.
*At Honey Hill Coffee Company
Lovely War by Julie Berry

Friday, March 13th, 10 a.m.
The Unexpected Inheritance of Inspector Chopra b y Vaseem Khan

Wednesday, March 18th, 7 p.m.
The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton

Monday, April 6th, 7 p.m.
The Moment of Lift by Melinda Gates

eBooks 101
March 16th, 1:00 p.m.

Learn how to access free eBooks, eAudiobooks, and more with your Wauconda Area Library card.

USCG Boating Safety Class
March 7th, 9:00 a.m.

Join the US Coast Guard Auxiliary for a comprehensive boating safety class.
Please bring a sack lunch. You will receive a certificate of successful completion and may be eligible for discounts on your boating insurance. 
Something New: Tales from a Makeshift Bride
by Lucy Knisley

Submitted by Emily D.
Lucy Knisley’s graphic memoir written about her engagement, wedding planning process, and reception is a comprehensive guide of things to consider and investigates some common wedding issues in its pages (feminism, expectations, drama, and confusion among others). As a recently engaged human it was comforting to get acknowledgement that wedding planning is, indeed, stressful and overwhelming but, ultimately, incredibly rewarding. It gave me the pep talk I needed to start my own planning process.
(Adult Graphic Novels)

Long Bright River
by Liz Moore

Submitted by Terri S.
In this intense and moving novel, a distraught Kensington, Philadelphia police officer is desperate to locate her homeless and opioid addicted sister, who has been missing for several months. Her disappearance comes at the same time their neighborhood is under the attack of a vicious killer targeting women. The author masterfully blends the reality of the opioid crisis with a moving, complex story of family. Filled with tough characters, plot twists, and a strong sense of place, this novel is sure to please suspense and mystery fans as well as those who enjoy solid literary fiction. 
I highly recommend.
(New Fiction)

A Fire Story
by Brian Fies

Submitted by Kelly F.
Author and illustrator Brian Fies tells the story of the day his house “disappeared” in the 2017 Tubbs Fire and chronicles life in the wake of this disaster. Waking in the night to a power outage and an eerie orange glow was the prelude to losing his home and nearly everything he owned. The author poignantly shows what it is like to live through realization after realization, of loss upon loss. Brian Fies uses all the strengths of the graphic novel genre to deliver story, emotional depth, and informational content. With wild fires now devastating land and lives from California to Australia this timely story was hard to put down.
(Adult Graphic Novel)

Lady Clementine
by Marie Benedict

Submitted by Kelly K.
Marie Benedict offers another strong historical-fiction portrayal of a famous wife, this time Winston Churchill’s wife Clementine. An interesting account of behind the scenes politics of WWI and WWII with Clementine’s influence never faltering. She rarely allows herself to be taken for granted, or if she does, it will only a matter of time before she ends up vindicated. 
A powerful, intelligent woman!  
(New Fiction)