Tuesday, March 16th, 7:00 p.m.

With so much content available, sometimes it's hard to figure out what to watch. Ryan and Nate, hosts of the popular film podcast Can We Still Be Friends?, will recommend movies to watch for free on Hoopla and Kanopy - the library's movie streaming platforms. They will be our personal movie guides to explore some hidden gems and under the radar topics. Enjoy their banter and informed opinions. There will also be time to "ask the critics". Join us live on Zoom.
March 12th, 10:00 a.m.

An adult chair yoga class which will be taught by staff at Silver Lotus Yoga in Wauconda over Zoom. 
The Zoom link will be sent to everyone registered a day or two before the program.
March 18th, 7:00 p.m.

Enjoy an evening with Internationally acclaimed and award winning shipwreck photographer Cal Kothrade.
In this 45 minute presentation, Cal takes us on a visually stunning tour of ten of the most photogenic and commonly dived shipwrecks in the Great Lakes.
March 17th, pick up materials begin
Grades 6th-12th

Register to pick up art supplies, then log in and watch the how-to video to create your own masterpiece.
Supplies will be available for pick up 3/17/21 - 3/24/21
March 15th

Missing storytime? No worries, our storytime kit includes a flannel board story and activity sheet. 
Call the Library for more details.
Wednesdays in March

Register to read with a librarian.
Each child will receive their own 20 minute appointment to read one on one via Zoom.
Families with multiple readers sign up each reader individually.
Spring Forward: Sunday, March 14th
by Luann Rice

Submitted by Bev Q.
This is a cross between Gone Girl and Stepford Wives. A suspensful thriller that is a reminder of the courage it takes to leave an abusive relationship. Rice does a nice job of keeping the reader just a little uncertain about the killer or killers. She also shows how a tight community can be harmful as well as helpful. A good quick read.
by Christie Tate

Submitted by Kelly K.
What a no-holds-barred exploration of a woman’s mental health journey and struggle with relationships! Beginning with her eating disorder, Tate is super candid and raw, exploring her experience with her psychiatrist, Dr. Rosen, and group therapy over a number of years, leading ultimately to a healthy outlook and positive future. 
by Geoff Rodkey

Submitted by Stefanie M.
After spending a year on Mars, Lan and their family must find a permanent home since Earth is no longer habitable. When the generous government on the planet Choom invites the remaining humans to live with them, all seems right in the world but in the 20 years it takes to travel to Choom there is a new government who doesn't share the same idea.

Hilarious and thought-provoking, this sci-fi novel is full of conversation starters and deals with themes such as climate change, immigration and refugees, and acceptance. This is great family read-aloud material!
Recommended for Grades 3+
by Mick Inkpen

Submitted by Katie S.
Fred, the pug puppy, has made it through his training and excels at it all. Sit, stay, walk…all of it. The one little command he doesn’t understand is “Fred”. What is he supposed to do? 
Follow Fred as he figures out what “Fred” means and how happy it makes him.
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