September 1st – Safety Pin Bracelet

    MUST ARRIVE PROMPTLY AT 6:00PM                                                        
    Limit 20 participants & spots fill up fast, so register today!


  • GERD or Acid Reflux is uncomfortable. 
    Join us Thursday, August 31st at 6:00PM!

    If you experience: more than occasional heartburn, regurgitation, difficulty swallowing, chest pain, or, if you take medication for these symptoms routinely...

    You should find out about the risks and new treatments available!

    Register online for this free Community Program

    OR stop by the Reference Desk.

  • NEW!

    Auto Renewal

    Auto Renewal Is Here!
    Your *materials will automatically renew as long as your account is in good standing, the item has no holds, and the item has not reached its renewal limit. Patrons with a valid email address on file with us, will receive an email two days before their items are due telling you which items were renewed and which were not.

    If you want to renew your materials before your automatic renewal goes in effect, you can by going in to your account through our website. Click on the "Manage My Account" button on the home page in the upper right side of the page. You will need to enter your library card barcode and the four digit pin number you gave us at registration. Renewals can only be done a maximum of three days before their due date. Again- You must be in good standings, there are no holds on the item and that the item has not reached it's renewal limit.
    We now offer five renewals on items if they do not have a hold on them.
    *Materials that will not be automatically renewed are DVDs, Games and Playaways
    *No need to bring in your items since all items will automatically renew, with or without having an email address. Please call (708) 458-2880 and someone at the circulation desk will help you.

    Thursday, September 21st, 6:30pm
    Handwriting Analysis, or "Graphology" is the study of handwriting to reveal the character or personality traits of the writer. The principle behind graphology is that people who share   certain character and personality traits also exhibit similar shapes and forms in their handwriting.

    Join us while Chris Mc’Brien entertains us with this fascinating science!  He will only go as deep as to amaze guests and leave them in awe of it's accuracy, all while explaining many of his methods.


  • Films are NEW RELEASES shown every other Friday at 1:00PM and FREE popcorn will be served! 

    August 18th: A Dog’s Purpose
    (Rated PG - Drama)

    September 1st: The Space Between Us
    (Rated PG-13 - Romance)

    September 15th: Beauty and the Beast
    (Rated PG - Musical/Fantasy)


  • Seniors — please join us the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 1:00PM!

    You must register for each day.

    August 9th: Bean Bag Baseball Activity

    September 13th: Nutrition & Weight Loss Presentation

    Refreshments may be served.

  • JOIN US FOR A BOOK                            

    The Silent Wife                                            
    By: A.S.A. Harrison                             
    Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 at 7:00PM

    New members welcome!

  • Saturday, September 16th, 3:00pm
    Fun for the whole family! Join us to see a laser performance you will never forget! All ages welcome!

  • Thursday, September 28,  6:00pm-8:00pm

    Dreams provide an infinite amount of power, wisdom and healing. Join us as we explore the depths of our subconscious through dreams. What are your dreams trying to tell you? Do you have problems remembering your dreams? Are your dreams vivid & recurring? What's a bad dream? Our dream analysis expert will help you shed some light on these common questions and provide participants with dream interpretations during the workshop.

    Presenter: Kimberly M. Harmon, Journey to Wholeness Center

  • Join us on Saturday, August 26th at 2:00PM to see “A Hundred Years Ago on the Homefront” by Ellie Presents...!

    A reluctant but energetic America entered the Great War in 1917. We sent our sons. We rationed our bread. We stopped wearing corsets to save the steel for warships…and we wrote and sang the songs that rallied the troops.  The music, food, patriotic pastimes and tragic losses were things that every American family knew. This war ushered in what came to be known as The American Century. What did it feel, sound and taste like to be there?  Travel back in time to the Homefront.

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