1930 Glenview Road, Glenview, IL 60025
Monday-Friday 9 AM-9 PM
Saturday 9 AM-5 PM • Sunday 1 PM-5 PM
During National Library Week, the Library will once again partner with our community by offering Food for Fines. All collected items will be donated to the Northfield Township Food Pantry. One food item equals up to $1 in outstanding fines. Bring your food items to the Circulation Desk beginning April 14 and show how your community matters to you.
Thursday, April 18, 2-4 PM
The Circulation Staff invites you to a reception in the Library Lobby. Drop in for light refreshments to celebrate this special week that honors our nation's libraries and patrons.
Saturday, April 20, 11:30 AM-12:30 PM
Registration begins April 5
Location: The Book Market at Hangar One, 2651 Navy Blvd., (next to Jos. A. Bank)
Celebrate National Library Week with a top-notch New York theatre company. Little Blue Engine chugs into Glenview, putting the needs of others before her own—showing that community matters—in this dynamic performance based on The Little Engine That Could by Watty Piper. Co-sponsored by the Glenview Public Library and The Glen Town Center.
Saturday, April 20, 2-3 PM
Community Room East
Register Here by April 17 • Limit 20
Learn about gardening and join in a community service project sponsored by Youth Services of Glenview/Northbrook. The seeds of spring that you plant will later be used at the Youth Services Center to teach young children about sustainable living.
Sunday, April 14, 1:30 PM
Just drop in
Nothing speaks more to the power of community than the efforts of Little-by-Little, a Glenview-based medical outreach effort in rural Haiti. Today We Saw the Face of God tells the story of how a medical team on a routine mission was thrust, as “accidental” first responders, into the center of one of the worst natural disasters in modern history. Little-by-
Little Cofounders Sue and Brian Walsh will be joined by the film’s director Mercedes Kane to lead the discussion. Winner of Best Documentary Film, 2012 Illinois International Film Festival and based on Walsh’s book, Walking in Broken Shoes. Just drop in; no tickets required.
Tuesday, April 16, 7 PM
The Glenview Library is proud to partner with this vibrant new community theater in the heart of downtown Glenview. The Oil Lamp Theater will bring you a sample production, as well as their now famous fresh baked cookies. Their intimate performances explore the human condition through the lens of relationships and love. Come as a stranger and leave as a friend of this unique new cultural venue.
Friday, April 19, 7 PM
Did you know that TerraSounds, School of Music & Arts, is a community of talented artists right around the corner from the Library? Professional musicians and students from Terra have been specially selected for this innovative performance—a taste of Latin guitar, classical music, and jazz. Something for every musical taste.