Looking for a great way to introduce learning to your child’s screen time? Check out Playaway Launchpads. These pre-loaded learning tablets are made just for kids, are 100% secure, and have interactive games and apps for kids ages 3 and up! Available for check out for Wauconda Area Library card holders only.
Limit of one per card. Check one out today!

Click here  to place a hold or browse the selection of Launchpads.

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 Library will be CLOSED Wednesday 7/4 in observance of the Independence Day Holiday. We will resume normal hours on Thursday, 7/5 at 9:00a.
Back by Popular Demand! The Summer Concert Series continues TOMORROW at 7pm. Concerts in June will be held at Cook Memorial Park (across from the library). We look forward to seeing you there!
The Beyond Fiction Book Club meets Monday at 7:00p. Join us for discussion of
The Stranger in the Woods  
by Michael Finkel
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
This Friday at 12:00p ,
we will be showing
Murder on the Orient Express (PG-13). This event is for adults only and light refreshments will be provided.

No registration required.
If you can believe it, we're over halfway through 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!
Join us on the library lawn as we walk through basic outdoor survival skills including orienteering (with and without a compass), shelter building, and knot tying. Grades 3 and up.

Join us Saturday at 10:00a.
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!
Listen to Your Heart
by Kasie West

Submitted by Emily D.
This is a love story like Sleepless in Seattle. Kate would much rather be jet skiing on the lake than hosting a podcast – but it turns out she’s equally good at both. Giving life advice on her podcast is easy until Kate’s feelings for an anonymous caller start to mess with her head. This book is swoony. (YA Fiction)

Misfit City
by Kirsten Smith

Submitted by Emily D.
Loaded with some incredible Goonies-like nostalgia, Misfit City follows Wilder and her group of friends on an epic treasure hunt. The prize at the end? They’re pretty sure it’s actual pirate treasure. This is an action packed adventure you won’t want to miss! (YA Graphic Novels - Volume 2 is also out now)

The Boat Runner
by Devin Murphy

Submitted by Emily D.
Jacob Koopman and his family live in a small Dutch town as the tension in Europe begins to rise. As World War II beings, Jacob must figure out where his loyalities lie. A truly unique story that shows the blurred lines of good and evil. (Adult Fiction)

To All the Boys I've Loved Before
by Jenny Han

Submitted by Emily D.
We’ve all had crushes we’re too shy to admit. Lara Jean has had several crushes she’s never admitted. As her way of moving on, Lara Jean writes each boy a letter of what she loves the most about them – but what happens if the boys read them? To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is romantic and a sweet story of first love. A great summer romance for teens. Note: movie adaption hits Netflix this August! (YA Fiction)