See us at the Business and Community Expo in booth P41 as we demo some of our Tech2Go offerings and have some neat items that will be raffled. The Expo takes place at Wauconda High School on
Saturday, February 24th from 10a to 4p.
FAMILY | GENERAL PROGRAMMING
If you stop in the library, you will notice many fabulous pieces of artwork by our very own D118 students. Be sure to take a look. And then join us at the library on Thursday February 22nd at 6:30p for an open reception . Click the image above for more information.
KID CITY | CHILDRENS PROGRAMMING
ADULT | ADULT PROGRAMMING
The Novel Thoughts Book Club will meet Wednesday February 21st at 7:00p at the library . Join us for some excellent discussion of
Another Brooklyn by Jacqueline Woodson.
Join us this Friday at 12:00pm in the Lincoln Room for a screening of Maudie (PG-13). The library will provide a light lunch. If you are unable to attend, mark your calendars for March 16th for our next
Lunch & a Movie!


Click the image above to learn more about Citizenship Classes.
Join us Tuesday, February 27th to learn more about preserving your home videos. Click the image above to learn more.
WELL READ | BOOKS WE LOVE
This week we’re dishing up audiobook gold via Hoopla a streaming library service where you can access ebooks, audiobooks, movies, music and more. Never heard of Hoopla and want to get on board? Stop by any of the service desks at the library to learn more. Need assistance in getting set up? We can help with that too!  

Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson

 A gripping tale of an elite boarding school full of mysteries, secrets, and intriguing classmates. A rare YA mystery/thriller that is bound to grab the reader and leave them wanting more. 

The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield

If you have never tried an audio book, we highly suggest starting with this one. A wonderfully engaging tale told by two masterful voices. They will draw you in and keep you wrapped around this wonderfully gothic yet modern tale of families and their secrets.

Girl on a Train by A.J. Waines

A mystery that keeps you guessing. It switches from comfortably predictable to shockingly unexpected with a story that keeps your attention by making you wonder if you have it all figured out or if you ever really knew anything at all. ( NOT to be confused with The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins, but every bit as good!)