Join us tomorrow from 4:00p -7:00p at the Wauconda Farmer's Market on Main Street downtown.
Only 2 concerts left this Summer!!!! Join us after the market for free ice cream and a British Invasion 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.

Click the image to learn more.

ADULT | ADULT OFFERINGS
The Novel Thoughts Book Club meets TONIGHT at 7:00p. Join us for discussion of:
Eligible
by Curtis Sittenfeld
Must be 21 years old and provide ID at time of in-person registration.

Enjoy a flight of Wauconda’s own Side Lot Brewery beers and learn the story of each from Brew Master Phil. Small plates will also be served. This event will be held at Side Lot Brewery, 110 Slocum Lake Road in Wauconda.
$15 per person.  

Monday, July 23rd at 7:00p

Register IN PERSON at the library
So many readers are picking up their Summer Reading completion prizes today!

Readers, don't be discouraged!!! You still have until July 31st to log all your reading from this summer.
Log online HERE , then be sure to swing by the library.
Have old tapes, film, or slides that you want to preserve and share with friends and family? This is the program for you. On Tuesday at 6:00p we will discuss current Tech2Go offerings to help you digitize your memories and keep them for years to come.



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

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.
So many readers are picking up their Summer Reading completion prizes today!

Readers, don't be discouraged!!! You still have until July 31st to log all your reading from this summer.
Log online HERE , then be sure to swing by the library.
WELL READ | BOOKS WE LOVE
So Cold The River
by Michael Koryta

Submitted by Kim S.
This is a thrilling and chilling supernatural tale of a glorious old hotel, a mysterious billionaire, an antique bottle of mineral water, and revenge. Set in nearby French Lick Indiana a down and out film maker takes on an assignment that will lead him into a world where secrets lie and old wrongs must be set right. Those who enjoy Stephen King, Joe Hill and Peter Straub will love this suspenseful read. (Adult Fiction)

The President is Missing
by Bill Clinton and James Patterson

Submitted by Kelly K.
Filled with political intrigue and definitely insider information thanks to Bill Clinton, this is a thriller romp of suspense and cyberterrorism. I didn’t know what to expect, but thought I would give it a try and I am so glad I did! The beginning is a bit slow, more focused on politics -- but then the thriller kicks in with force and authenticity. I hope they team up again to let us know what happens next with President Jonathan Duncan. (Adult Mystery)

Clock Dance
by Anne Tyler

Submitted by Terri S.
When I pick up a book by Anne Tyler I have to pace myself – slow down and savor every word because I never want them to end. It’s the same with her latest, Clock Dance, an utterly bewitching novel. This is the story of Willa Drake, a woman whose life has been defined by circumstances outside of her control. A strange phone call changes everything for her, ultimately affecting her life (and those she loves) in the most profound ways. This is a novel about life’s second acts, taking chances and the beauty found in ordinary lives. Simply perfect! (Adult Fiction)

At Home: A Short History of Private Life
by Bill Bryson

Submitted by Lynn M.
I expect there aren’t too many people other than Bryson who can give you a tour of his house and in the process somehow discuss the Great Exhibition of 1851, the building of the Eiffel Tower, and the history of concrete. Bryson offers interesting answers to questions most people would never think to ask, and he writes well. (Adult Non-Fiction)