• Crazy Crafters February Craft - Cardboard Heart from Puzzle Pieces

    Friday, February 3rd at 6:00 PM

    Join us on February 3rd where you can make your own
    cardboard heart out of puzzle pieces!
    Bring a hot glue gun or borrow one from us.
    Spots are limited so stop by or call the Reference desk
    at 708-458-2880 ext 105 to register!

  • Book a Librarian

    Wednesday, February 15th 10:30 am - 5:30 pm

    -Wednesday February 15th-                                             
    Time slots are between 10:30-5:30PM.  Must pre-register!
    Stop by or call the Reference Desk at 708-458-2880 ext. 105


    In this new program, patrons 55 and older can “Book A Librarian” for an hour. 
    During this time you may ask for help on any of the areas listed below:
    * Email accounts
    * Social media (Facebook, Instagram, etc.)
    * Typing
    * Microsoft Word
    * Reading

    Reading and writing materials are not provided. 
    Computer usage is available.


  • ESL Classes - 8 Week Program

    Starting Saturday, January 28th from 11-1:00 PM

    * FREE 8 week program offers a chance for adults to learn English through
      conversation, reading, and writing.
    * Classes start January 28th from  11-1:00PM.                 
      Must sign-up! 
      Please stop by or call the Reference Desk at 708-458-2880 ext 105
  • The Power of Mindful Eating with Judith Matz, LCSW

    Thursday, January 26th at 6:30 pm

    5 Keys to Ending Overeating and Making Peace With Food
    with author Judith Matz, LCSW
    Thursday, January 26th, 6:30pm

    Author, therapist, and nationally known speaker Judith Matz has helped thousands of people to break the diet-binge cycle and learn how to have a healthy and satisfying relationship with food. Based on her popular books The Diet Survivors Handbook and Beyond a Shadow of a Diet, Judith’s engaging style and extensive knowledge and wisdom will ensure that you walk away with skills and strategies needed to end overeating and support physical and emotional well-being.      
    Learn more about Judith Matz at www.judithmatz.com
    Bridgeview Public Library
    7840 W. 79th St., Bridgeview, IL
    To Register: sign up at the Reference Desk or
     call 708.458.2880 ext. 105
  • Friday Films

    Every Other Week at 1:00 PM

    February 3rd - The Accountant

    February 17th - The Whole Truth

  • Novels @ Night Book Club!

    Tuesday, February 21st at 7:00 PM

    * An Italian Wife is our next novel and can be checked out at the   Circulation Desk.
    * Join us on February 21st at 7:00PM for the book discussion.
    * FREE treats will be served!

    From the best-selling author of The Obituary Writer, the stirring multigenerational story of an Italian-American family.

    An Italian Wife is the extraordinary story of Josephine Rimaldi―her joys, sorrows, and passions, spanning more than seven decades. The novel begins in turn-of-the-century Italy, when fourteen-year-old Josephine, sheltered and naive, is forced into an arranged marriage to a man she doesn't know or love who is about to depart for America, where she later joins him. Bound by tradition, Josephine gives birth to seven children. The last, Valentina, is conceived in passion, born in secret, and given up for adoption.

    Josephine spends the rest of her life searching for her lost child, keeping her secret even as her other children go off to war, get married, and make their own mistakes. Her son suffers in World War One. One daughter struggles to assimilate in the new world of the 1950s American suburbs, while another, stranded in England, grieves for a lover lost in World War Two. Her granddaughters experiment with the sex, drugs, and rock-and-roll in the 1970s. Poignant, sensual, and deeply felt, An Italian Wife is a sweeping and evocative portrait of a family bound by love and heartbreak.

  • Super Seniors Club - Acupuncture Demonstration - Feb 8th

    Second Wednesday of the Month at 1-2:30 PM

    This club is offered to any Bridgeview resident 55 and older.

    Join us on February 8th for a presentation on the benefits of acupuncture and a live demonstration! Sign up today!!  Stop by or call the Reference Desk at 708-458-2880 ext. 105 to register.


  • Chicago Sweet Candy

    Thursday, February 2nd at 6:30 PM

    For most of its history, Chicago produced about one-third of the nation's candy.  Find out why immigrants played a critical role in confectionery history, discover how Baby Ruth and Milk Duds got their names, and take a fun “candy quiz.”
    It’s delicious fun– with treats!!

    Stop by or call the Reference Desk at 708-458-2880 ext. 105 to register.

  • Medical Cannabis Q & A

    Thursday, February 16th at 6:30 PM

    Learn all about medical marijuana and see if you
    have a qualifying medical condition.  You’ll also have
    the chance to ask any questions you may have on this topic!
    Stop by or call the Reference Desk at 708-458-2880 ext. 105
    to register.


  • Ghosts of Chicago Valentines Past

    Thursday, February 23rd at 6:30 PM

    Ursula Bielski, 30 year paranormal researcher and author of ten
    books on Chicago ghostlore and the paranormal, is here to talk
    about the Ghosts of Chicago Valentines Past!
    Stop by or call the Reference Desk at 708-458-2880 ext. 105
    to register.