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DAV Service Office Available Every Monday at Lera B. Mitchell
The DAV (Disabled American Veterans) Service Office will be available at the Lera B. Mitchell Clubhouse on S. Green St. every third Monday from 8:00am-noon. When you come by, please bring your discharge form with you (your DD 214), not your certificate. Thanks!
Glenview 6Thirty6 - "Not Your Normal Wednesday"
This is your invitation. Helping people take their next best step is our mission and we want to help you take yours. 6Thirty6 worship experience is not your normal Wednesday night church. It's for you - and this is your invitation. Beginning October 25th, 6:36pm at Glenview Christian Church (1403 Glenview Dr.).
Coming Up at the Library...
October 9-14
Teen Read Week
Teens, "unleash your story" with a contest and an ongoing activity throughout Teen Read Week. Guess the title of a shredded book in our Book In A Jar contest. Contribute to a collaborative story and see the surprising turns it takes throughout the week.

Saturday, October 14
Sign Language: Fall: 10:00 AM
Logan Brooks will teach this class and will cover signs for fall-related words. Sign up at the library.

October 16-28
Fab Lab: Snap Circuits
Create using electronic circuits in the Youth Department at the Fab Lab. An electric car or a musical doorbell are a few of the many circuits available to make.

Monday, October 16
Sing-A-Book My Baby: 9:30 AM
Join our baby lapsit group; caregivers and babies use books, music, and movement to lay the foundation for early literacy. Using a combination of Music Together and The Very Ready Reading Program among others, you and your baby will learn and have a good time together. 10/30 Halloween Party; wear your costume to the library.

Tuesday, October 17
Book Sprouts Story Time: 10:00 AM
Book Sprouts Story Time introduces preschoolers to a new Alphabuddy each week. Children will spend time getting to know each letter from A to Z and then Z to A. This group will also participate in other early literacy learning programs: The Very Ready Reading Program and Music Together just to name a couple. For preschool aged children. 10/31 Halloween Party; wear your costume to the library.

Hook & Needle: 6:00 PM
Our knit & crochet group provides instruction and an opportunity to socialize while enjoying a great hobby. Zadie Barron is the instructor. Bring your own hook or needles and yarn.

Wednesday, October 18
Tator-Tot Time: 10:00 AM
Caregivers and their toddlers will enjoy participating in this group. Toddlers will interact with others their age through books, songs, finger plays, games and play. Programming is based on a combination of early literacy programs including Music Together and The Very Ready Reading program. For children ages 18 to 36 months old. 10/25 Halloween Party; wear your costume to the library.

My Time: 3:00 PM
Hey kids, do you need a break after school before you have to start your homework? Stop by the library every Wednesday after school. We will have a variety of activities for you to participate in while you relax and enjoy yourself in the break between school and home. Say to yourself, “This is MY TIME.” We will also offer a small snack/drink.

Thursday, October 19
Autumn Door Hangers: 10:00 AM
Make a beautiful autumn door hanger for your home or as a gift. Angela Jones of Rose Creek Creations will provide instruction and supplies. The supply cost is $11.00. Register and pay at the library by October 12.

October 19 – 21
Friends of the Library Book Sale
Members only preview on Thursday, October 19 from 4:00-7:00 PM. Open to the general public Friday and Saturday, 9:00 AM-3:00 PM. Youth titles and paperbacks are 50 cents. Hard covers and audiobooks are $1. Cash only sale.

October 23 – November 9
Read for a Wreath
Get started on our second annual community wreath challenge. Local businesses and organizations may pick up an entry form and a basic green wreath at the library from Oct. 23-Nov. 9. Decorate the wreath to represent your organization, and return the completed wreath between November 20 and December 1. Wreaths will hang in the library from December 1-18. Prizes will be awarded in three categories: Best Traditional Design, Best Whimsical Design, and Best Misfit Toy Design. Winning organizations will receive a $50 gift card to a local eatery. Decorated wreaths will become prizes for library patrons in a reading challenge in December.

Monday, October 23
Sing-A-Book My Baby: 9:30 AM
Join our baby lapsit group; caregivers and babies use books, music, and movement to lay the foundation for early literacy. Using a combination of Music Together and The Very Ready Reading Program among others, you and your baby will learn and have a good time together. 10/30 Halloween Party; wear your costume to the library.

Tuesday, October 24
Book Sprouts Story Time: 10:00 AM
Book Sprouts Story Time introduces preschoolers to a new Alphabuddy each week. Children will spend time getting to know each letter from A to Z and then Z to A. This group will also participate in other early literacy learning programs: The Very Ready Reading Program and Music Together just to name a couple. For preschool aged children. 10/31 Halloween Party; wear your costume to the library.

Coding with Cubetto: 3:00 PM
You’re never too young to learn to code! Cubetto is a wooden robot that is programmed using coding blocks. This is a hands-on approach to teach simple programming. Sign up at the Circulation Desk or call the library. For ages 5-8.

Introduction to Couponing: 6:00 PM
Save money when you shop! This class will give you an introduction to basic stockpile couponing.

Wednesday, October 25
Tator-Tot Time: 10:00 AM
Caregivers and their toddlers will enjoy participating in this group. Toddlers will interact with others their age through books, songs, finger plays, games and play. Programming is based on a combination of early literacy programs including Music Together and The Very Ready Reading program. For children ages 18 to 36 months old. 10/25 Halloween Party; wear your costume to the library.

My Time: 3:00 PM
Hey kids, do you need a break after school before you have to start your homework? Stop by the library every Wednesday after school. We will have a variety of activities for you to participate in while you relax and enjoy yourself in the break between school and home. Say to yourself, “This is MY TIME.” We will also offer a small snack/drink.

Thursday, October 26
AM Book Discussion: Author Visit: 10:00 AM
The AM Book Discussion Group will have a guest author, Jesse Donaldson. Jesse was raised in Lexington, Kentucky and is the author of the novel The More They Disappear. To celebrate the publication of his new book, On Homesickness, Jesse will read passages from his book in all 120 counties of Kentucky, which are the setting of the book. The community is invited to join us for this special event. This group will also be reading The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion, by Fannie Flagg.

Monday, October 30
Sing-A-Book My Baby: 9:30 AM
Join our baby lapsit group; caregivers and babies use books, music, and movement to lay the foundation for early literacy. Using a combination of Music Together and The Very Ready Reading Program among others, you and your baby will learn and have a good time together. 10/30 Halloween Party; wear your costume to the library.

Minecraft at the Library: 4:00 PM
Minecraft is a computer game with building blocks. In the process of using these blocks to build different worlds, you will learn engineering and architecture basics. The library has several laptops and Minecraft accounts available. If you have a Minecraft account, please bring your login information. Please bring a laptop if possible.

Tuesday, October 31
Book Sprouts Story Time: 10:00 AM
Book Sprouts Story Time introduces preschoolers to a new Alphabuddy each week. Children will spend time getting to know each letter from A to Z and then Z to A. This group will also participate in other early literacy learning programs: The Very Ready Reading Program and Music Together just to name a couple. For preschool aged children. 10/31 Halloween Party; wear your costume to the library.

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