Summer Reading Programs
Fizz! Boom! Read! Plug Into A Good Book Literary Elements
Children from birth to age 13 can sign up in the Children's Department. We have three different programs to fit all levels of readers. 

Teens can sign up for Plug Into a Good Book. Register and log books online, or at the Adult/Young Adult Reference Desk.
Program Brochure

Adults can sign up for Literary Elements. Register and log books online, or at the Adult/Young Adult Reference Desk.
Program Brochure
Reader's Theater Performance

Wednesday, July 23, 7:00 p.m.

Reader's TheaterOur first ever Reader's Theater group will be performing a story they chose with props they made. They're very excited to share their dramatic skills!

Everyone is invited to see these awesome readers and new performers.

Summer Book Discussions
Summer Book Discussion Titles

The Tuesday night book group will be meeting on July 22 at 7:00 p.m. to discuss Where'd You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple.

Our regular book discussions and the Crime Readers Book Discussion will start up again in the fall.

Check Out e-Books from Media On Demand

Saturday, July 26, 10:00 a.m.

Donuts and DownloadsEnjoy coffee and donuts while learning to browse and check out e-books from the Library’s Media On Demand collection. Books can be read on a PC, e-reader, smartphone, or tablet. Bring your device if you like.

Click here to register.

Introduction to Juicing and Smoothies

Monday, July 28, 7:00 p.m.

Smoothies and JuicesJuicing and smoothies can help you lose weight, increase your energy, and feel amazing! Dr. Adam Meade will demonstrate and provide tasting samples.

Click here to register.

Pack Your Lunch!

Monday, August 4, 7:00 p.m.

Packed LunchTired of eating the same old boring lunch? Clair Boone, a frugal-living expert, will provide ideas for making nutritious, inexpensive lunches for you and your family.

Click here to register.

Library Art Gallery: Chance Barber

Chance BarberChance Barber was born in Los Angeles. After graduating from college, he became an airline pilot and it was during his time in the cockpit that he developed an interest in photography. He wanted to share what he was seeing from his unique perspective. His passion for taking pictures continues to grow and even though his subject matter is always changing, he focuses on the best techniques in order to capture each subject.

Chance lives in Woodridge with his wife, Lorie, and his family. He is a member of the Morton Arboretum Photographic Society. More of his work can be seen at


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