2019 Winter Reading Program
Friday, Feb. 1st - Thursday, Feb. 28th
For all ages. The 2019 Winter Reading Program will begin Friday, Feb. 1st and continue through the month of February. For each book you check out you will receive a ticket. Check out and read/listen to a book from one of our digital platforms (eRead Illinois, Overdrive or Hoopla) and receive 2 TICKETS to put in for the Winter Reading Challenge prize drawings. You can also check out and read a book from one of our pre-loaded Kindles and receive 2 TICKETS.Take your tickets home and fill out one for each book you read. When you bring your books back, bring your filled out tickets back and each ticket will count as one entry for a prize drawing. We will have several prizes available with entry boxes and you may put your tickets into the entry box or boxes for the prize/prizes of your choosing. Sign up begins on Friday, Feb. 1st. The prize drawings will be held directly after the end of the program. For more information or of you have any questions, please call 309-523-3440 or stop by the library.
Anti-Valentine's Day Teen Movie with MUVchat
Friday, Feb. 15: 5-7:30pm
Teens, come to the library on Friday, Feb. 15th at 5pm for a anti-Valentine's evening with Mrs. Jade, free of sappy love songs and cheesy poetry! We will be watching the classic comedy, "10 Things I Hate About You", starring Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles while we use MUVchat to talk about what's happening on the screen. This movie is rated PG-13 with a running time of 1 hour & 37 minutes, click here for more details. Popcorn and drinks will be provided and there is no cost to attend. For more information or to register to attend, please call 309-523-3440 or stop by the library.
Drop-In Coffee Crafts For Teens & Adults
Monday, Feb. 18: 1-4pm
Teens & adults, drop by the library any time between 1 and 4pm on Monday, Feb. 18th to create your own cute, coffee crafts! You will be able to choose from a variety of different crafts, including marbling a mug, making your own coffee cup sleeve & more. All materials will be provided and there is no cost to attend. For more information or to register to attend, please call 309-523-3440 or stop by the library.