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School-age kids will soon encounter a high-tech, STEM-focused area for interacting, learning, and playing! In the Discovery Zone, kids in 1st – 5th grades can explore the science all around them. A large audio-video console, iPad tables, movable furniture, an IdeaPaint wall, and a multi-colored display wall will let kids engage with the world and with each other. Topics will be updated frequently and will let kids find out about weather, space, simple machines and more.
The Discovery Zone should be open for you to explore by the end of 2014.
Library Life: Library Art Tour; The Chinese Healing Art of Acupuncture; An Evening With Leslie Stella; and Super Saturday: The Fabulous Fable Factory.
Take a tour of the Library’s Public Art Collection. Sit down with a Chiropractic Acupuncturist who discusses techniques and benefits of the Chinese Healing Art of Acupuncture. Listen in to An Evening With Leslie Stella. Then watch as children delight in the musical presentation Super Saturday: The Fabulous Fable Factory. Click here to watch.
The new November / December 2014 issue of our Preview newsletter is now available. You can browse previous editions as well.
Library Life: Sister Cities French Festival; MPPL Foundation; Drawing 101 for Teens; and Puppet Making
Discover the fun of all things French within the Sister Cities French Festival. Sit down with the President of the Mount Prospect Public Library Foundation. Observe the creative minds of teen participants in Drawing 101 For Teens. Then watch more creativity bloom at the South Branch with Puppet Making. Click here to watch.
Book Crossing is an international, intergenerational reading program for all ages. We work with our Sister City, Sèvres, France, to select books by both American and French authors translated into English.
Stop by the book displays on each floor to discover the books chosen this year and pick up one of the selections—there’s something for everyone!
Watch the Library’s Facebook page for Book Crossing updates or to join the discussion. Visit the Book Crossing web page to get details on the books and to read about related programs.
Library Life: Antique Appraisals; A Girl’s Journey Out of the Holocaust; Mad Scientists Club; and River Trails Nature Center
Discover the fascinating world of Antique Appraisals with Karl Gates. Sit down with an author as she reveals her harrowing story in Transcending Darkness: A Girl’s Journey Out of the Holocaust. Observe the working minds of young STEM participants in the Mad Scientists Club. Then watch as a visitor from the River Trails Nature Center engages children at the South Branch. Click here to watch.