- Bessie’s Table
- Escorted Transportation Service, Northwest
- Friends of the Mount Prospect Public Library
- The Grove
- Hanul Family Alliance
- Journeys | The Road Home
- Mount Prospect Public Library Foundation
- Mount Prospect Junior Women’s Club
- Mount Prospect Park District Foundation
- NorthWest Special Recreation Association
- Purple Asparagus
- Read to Learn
- and more!
Participating organization list is subject to change
- Saturday, September 23, 2017
- Start Time: 10:00 AM
- End Time: 3:00 PM
- Location: Meeting Room A room 154
Find the right volunteer opportunity for you! Connect with more than 20 nonprofit organizations and learn about their work and current volunteer needs. Participate in “speed-volunteering” and take a few minutes to find a fun way to help your community. Open to everyone, including teens, adults, families, and children.
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.
Magic is always in the air when you surround yourself with good stories. This summer, we invite you to discover the magic in books and movies during our Summer Reading program. All ages are invited to the Library and the South Branch to pick up a reading log and keep reading through July to earn prizes. Looking for an enchanting read? Let our knowledgeable staff conjure up a good fit for your reading and watching tastes.
The librarians of Mount Prospect and its Sister City, Sèvres, France, work cooperatively to create Book Crossing, an international, intergenerational reading program. The books selected for discussion, written by French and American authors, seek to spark a dialogue among different age groups, and to offer many ways to participate—with no need to speak French! Mount Prospect and Sèvres residents young and old are invited to read the books and then participate in both traditional and online discussions.