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- Library Life: Preschool/Childcare Information Night, Life in Japanese American Internment Camps, A Love Affair With Dessert, and Mad Scientists Club
- This Week in Mount Prospect
DRUG TAKE-BACK DAY: Responsibly and safely dispose of unused and expired prescription drugs on ...
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Malala Yousafzai is an amazing teen who has been nominated twice for the Nobel Peace Prize. She has ...
- Fiction: Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer
Fans of sci-fi and horror mixed in equal measure will revel in the foreboding tone, the ...
- Identity Theft
In 2012, approximately 16.6 million individuals (or 7% of the population) over the age or 16 were ...
Upcoming Mount Prospect Public Library Events
Where: Mount Prospect Public Library
Everyone has a favoritetell us yours! Fiction/AV/Teen Services invites you to stop by and tell us about the books, movies, and music you love best. Well give you a Hersheys Kiss just for sharing your favorites, and youll also be entered into a drawing for a gift basket. Staff will create a d [...]
Where: Mount Prospect Public Library at Youth Program Room B room 119b
The Library invites children ages 6 and younger and their families to attend these 30-minute sessions featuring stories and songs. An adult must accompany children younger than the age of 3. No registration required; just come on in! [...]
Where: Mount Prospect Public Library at Meeting Room A room 154
For teens in 6th-12th grades.
If games are your thing, drop in to the library for role-playing or board games, chess, and Wii or Xbox 360 with a Kinect setup (all games will be rated T for teen or E for everyone). Bring your own games like Magic: T [...]
Where: Community Connections Center at Community Room
For children up to 6th grade and their families
On this Childrens Day, honor your children by bringing them to the South Branch for an afternoon of crafts and creativity. No registration necessary; just drop in! Children under age 9 must be accompanied by an adult.< [...]
Where: Mount Prospect Public Library at Periodical Room
April is tax month and its a good time to look at how we transfer money. Will dollar bills and quarters soon be things of the past? Will checkbooks become obsolete? Will all monetary transactions take place online, wherever that is? Will a cashless society make us [...]