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1 WHAT S INSIDE General Information...2 Children s Programs Teen Programs Adult Programs Technology En Español Check it out...14 Program Calendar LIBRARY HOURS Mon-Thurs 9 am-9 pm Fri & Sat 9 am-5 pm Closed Sundays during the summer LIBRARY CLOSINGS Saturday, July 4 Independence Day NOON Friday, August 7 Staff Training Black Road Branch Summer Program Guide 2015

2 General Information Board of Trustees President Emita R. Ostrem Vice President Dr. John Markley Secretary Nancy K. Henricksen Treasurer Lynn Poper Samalea Esperanza Chavez Jean M. Smiles Carol Boban Kimberly Neidermyer Library Director Kevin Medows Mission The Joliet Public Library brings together the resources, services, and expertise to inspire Joliet residents of all ages to Read, Explore, Ask, and Discover. JPL connects you to your world, your community, and yourself. Get a Library Card Any resident of the city of Joliet may apply for a library card at the Circulation Desk at either library. Applicants must present one current government issued photo ID that verifies their name, and one printed form of identification that verifies their current address. (PO boxes may not be used.) Children 3 years old and up may apply for their own library card, with parental consent and signature of responsibility. 2 Connect with Us enewsletter /newsletter Publicity Photos The Library reserves the right to photograph program participants. Photos are for library use and may be used in library publicity materials. Names of individuals will not be used in photo captions. Patrons who do not wish to be photographed should notify staff. Registration Some library programs require registration. This is to help ensure the success of a program. You can register for programs: BY PHONE Children/Teens: Call Adults: Call ONLINE Visit /calendar IN PERSON Children/Teens: Visit Youth Services Adults: Visit Adult Services Parking Free parking is available at the Main Library (2 hours) in the library lot at the corner of Clinton and Chicago Street. There is also deck parking at 110 N. Ottawa Street and 11 E. Clinton St. Deck parking is FREE on Saturdays and Sundays and only $.50 an hour Monday-Friday 6 am-7 pm. Facebook facebook.com/jolietpubliclibrary MAIN LIBRARY 150 N Ottawa St, Joliet, IL BLACK ROAD BRANCH 3395 Black Rd, Joliet, IL ADA Compliance Any person needing an accommodation for a disability in order to access the benefits of the Library s services, programs, or activities under the Americans with Disabilities Act should contact the Marketing and Community Relations Liaison or any member of the Library staff. Any person needing an accommodation for a disability in order to attend a meeting at the Library should contact the Marketing and Community Relations Liaison, Joliet Public Library by telephone at , by at or in writing, not less than five (5) working days prior to the meeting. Twitter twitter.com/jolietlibrary

3 Children s Programs Bingo Children of all ages, no registration required Drop by the library for a few games of Bingo. Lots of prizes will be won! June 3-July 29 Wednesdays, 1:30 pm Lego Club & Lego Club Jr Work in teams to make a LEGO masterpiece to be displayed in the library. We will supply the legos, you bring the brains! Lego Club Ages 8-12, registration opens June 1 & June 29 Mon, June 15 & Tues, July :30 pm Mon, June 22, 29 & July :30 pm Lego Club Jr Ages 4-7, registration opens May 26 & June 22 Mon, June 8 & Tues, July 7 2-3:30 pm Mon Tues Wed Thurs Sat 9:15 am LS LS LS 9:30 am PS 9:45 am TT FP FP & TT FP & TT 10:15 am LS LS LS & CLM FS 10:30 am PS PS PS 10:45 am TT FP FP & TT FP 11:15 am LS LS LS 11:30 am PS 11:45 am TT TT 1:00 pm PS PS 6:30 pm FS & SS Black Road Branch Summer Reading Club Read to the Rhythm! Birth-Grade 6, registration begins May 26, first day to turn in logs is June 1 Research proves children who read over summer break go back to school smarter in the fall! Record what you read each week, attend fun programs, and win prizes for turning in weekly logs. Tues, May 26-Sat, Aug 1 Final Splash Station Water Park Return 4 logs (out of 9) and earn free tickets for you and your parents to our Splash Station party! Choose one date, Wed, Aug 5 or Thurs, Aug 6, 6:30-8:30 pm. Tickets will be available starting Aug 3 at both locations. The library is not responsible for lost or stolen tickets. = Birth-24 mos LS Lapsit FP Free Play Time Birth-36 mos CLM Curious Little Monkeys Play Group Ages 18 mos-3 yrs TT Toddler Time Ages 3-5 yrs PS Preschool Storytime Birth-6 years FS Family Storytime SS Family Storytime in Spanish =Black Road Branch How it works: Books must be at the child s own reading level. Children and babies may be read to. Record book title or chapters read on a book log or online at tinyurl.com/jplkids15. Turn in your log at either library and pick up a new one. Only one log may be turned in per week. Book logs do not need to be completely full in order to be returned. Messy Masterpieces Ages 4-8, registration opens May 26 & June 22 Get messy and have fun making art with paint, glue, bubbles and other materials. Please wear old clothes. Wed, June 10 & July 8 9:30-10:30 am or 11 am-12 pm Pokémon League Grades 2-8, no registration required Become a Pokémon Master and take on your friends during free play or a tournament! Children who want to duel should bring their own deck of 60 cards. Wed, June 10, July 8, & Aug 5 6:30-8:30 pm 3

4 Magic School Bus Grades K-3, registration opens May 26 and June 22 Have a science adventure to rival Ms. Frizzle s! We will be doing science experiments, games, crafts, and more. Thurs, June 11, 25, July 9, & am 70s Party Grades 3-6, registration opens May 26 Boogie on down to the library for groovy Seventies music, snacks and other activities. We promise you ll have a good day! Thurs, June 11 Thurs, June 18 Amazing Airplanes All ages, no registration required Learn how to fold the perfect paper airplane in many different ways, then test it out in a race with your friends and family! Thurs, June 11 6:30-7:30 pm Nature Hike Suggested for K-5th grade, no registration required Discover the wonders of nature during a hike led by a staff member from the Will County Forest Preserve. We will meet inside if it rains. Mon, June 15 9:30-10:30 am Make Your Own Musical Instruments All ages, registration opens June 1 Learn how to use simple household items like boxes, packing tape and straws to make you own musical instruments to take home. Mon, June 15 6:30-7:30 pm 4 Physical Fitness Challenge Pre K-5th grade, no registration required Whether you are a couch potato or an athlete, test your skills with a series of fun physical feats. You will only compete against your own records! Tues, June 16 & July am JJC presents Bremen Town Musicians Suggested for Ages 4 and up, no registration required The famous Brothers Grimm fairy tale comes to life in a rocking play presented by the Joliet Junior College drama department. Tues, June 16 Fri, June 19 Minecraft Basics Grades 2-5, registration begins June 1 and June 29 Learn new tricks and skills to bring your imagination to virtual reality in Minecraft. Fri, June 19 and July :30 am Toddler Dance Party Ages 1-4, no registration required Dance the morning away with your toddler during this activity filled program. Sat, June 20 10:15-11:15 am Thurs, July am Maker Camp Ages 10-13, registration opens June 1 Join us as we partner with Make: Magazine and Google+ for Maker Camp. We will view video field trips, MAKE stuff and share our projects with other sites. Thurs, July 2, 9 & pm BOOK CLUBS Girls Read & Girls Read Jr Share your favorite books with your friends in this book club just for girls! Snacks will be provided. Please bring your library card so you can check out the next month s book. Girls Read Grades 4-7, registration opens the day of the previous book group Thurs, June 18 & July 23 4:30-5:30 pm Sat, June 20 & July 18 1:30-2:30 pm Girls Read, Jr Grades 2-4, registration opens day of the previous book group Mon, June 22 & July 27 4:30-5:30 pm Guys Read Grades 4-7, registration opens day of previous book group Hang out and talk about books and graphic novels! Enjoy pizza and soda. Mon, June 22 & July pm Tue, June 16 & July pm Catapults and Rockets Grades 3-6, registration opens June 8 Make your own working catapults and rockets, then get some ideas for more you can make at home. Mon, June :30 pm 3D Printing Camp Ages 10-15, registration opens July 1 Learn how to design and print your own small projects using a 3-D printer. This camp meets every day for four days; registration is limited. Mon-Thurs, July pm

5 Math Mania Preschool through 5th grade, no registration required Don t let the summer slump affect your math skills! Drop in to Math Mania to play math games with your family and learn how to incorporate math concepts into everyday life. Or, visit the Youth Services Desk anytime to borrow our Math Mania Kits with timed tests and math-based games for parents and kids to play together in the library. Mon, June 22-July :30 am Water Play Day Ages 1-8, no registration required Fun for the whole family with a DIY water park, sprinklers, water tables, and more. Wear your bathing suit and bring a towel. Rain or shine! Tues, June :30 am or 1:30-3 pm Bubble-ology All ages, registration begins June 29 Explore the wonderful messy world of bubbles through fun experiments, crafts and games for the whole family. (Wear play clothes!) Tues, June 23 1:30-2:30 pm Thurs, July 16 Friday Afternoon Matinee All ages, no registration required Bring your whole family to the library for a movie and a snack. Dolphin Tale 2 Fri, June pm Big Hero 6 Fri, July pm Black Road Branch Minion Movie Madness All ages, registration begins June 8 Take part in a mission to see how despicable you can be! Sat, June 27 1:30-2:30 pm Playground Games Grades 1-6, registration begins June 15 and July 13 If recess is your favorite subject, come to the library with your friends to play kickball, buddy tag, steal the bacon and more! Tues, June 30 & July am Origami Grades 3-6, registration opens June 15 Learn how to make beautiful art with paper and your imagination. Tues, June 30 Dora the Explorer Ages 2-6, registration begins June 15 and July 6 You will feel like you are a part of Dora s world as we go on a real storybook adventure. Tues, June 30 6:30-7:15 pm Tues, July 21 9:15, 10:15, or 11:15 am Sidewalk Chalk Art Festival All ages, no registration required Come to the library and cover the sidewalks with your colorful creations! Thurs, July 2 10 am-4 pm Marshmallow Robots All ages, registration begins June 29 You don t need to be a techie to make your own robots out of marshmallows, pretzels and more. Wed, July 15 6:30-7:15 pm Photography 101 Grades 4-6, registration begins June 29 Bring your own digital camera or camera phone to learn some fundamentals of taking great photographs in the great outdoors. Thurs, July pm CD Scratch Art Grades 3-6, registration begins July 6 Learn how to turn those old scratched up CDs into a piece of art! Mon, July 20 Minecraft In Real Life Grades K-6, registration begins July 6 Immerse yourself in the Minecraft experience as you take on some Minecraft Challenges in real life. Mon, July pm Rock Band Grades 3-6, no registration required Grab your favorite music, a few friends and come to the library for a battle of the bands via Rock Band. Tues, July pm Jim Gill Family Concert All ages, no registration required Join us for a family-friendly concert with award-winning musician Jim Gill! Mon, July am Mon, July 13 5

6 Sing & Mock-a-long: Grease Grades 6-12, no registration required Bring your phones and join us as we mock the movie. Thurs, June pm Library Nerdy Con Want to create a robot? Learn about programming? Create your own Vine video? Play Magic? Or maybe just create a fandom craft? At Teen Geek Group you can do it all! Mon, June 8 & July 13 3D Printer Workshop Learn how to create and print your own custom small project. Tues, June pm Friday Night Madness Grades 6-12, registration is required After hours event for teens. Note: teens must be in by 5 pm and cannot leave until 7pm. Fri, June 12 & July 10th 4:30-7 pm Teen Advisory Group Grades 6-12, no registration is required Earn community service hours while you eat snacks and share your ideas on how to make the Teen Department better. Mon, June 15, July 20, & Aug 17 6 Teen Programs Cookie Decorating Create your own cookie treat! Mon, June am-12 pm Teen Summer Reading Program Read to the Rhythm Teens ages entering grade 6-12 in fall 15 or exiting grade 12 in spring 15. Register at tinyurl.com/ jplteens15 or request a paper registration from Youth Services at either library location. Choose whether to record pages or hours and earn a ticket for a prize drawing for every 100 pages/1 hour that you read. May 1-July 30 Water War Day See who can reign supreme in various water war games. Please wear clothes that can get wet. Tues, June :30 pm Food in a Mug Decorate your own mug with sharpies as we sample different foods you can create in a mug. Thurs, June 18 Cassette Tape Wallet Create your own cassette tape wallet. Tues, June 23 Teen Book Club Grades 8-12, registration is required a week before event to ensure copy of book Join other teens in discussing various books. Free book and ice cream are provided. Thurs, June 25, July 30 & Aug 27

7 Game Show Challenge Prove your game show skills in this ultimate teen showdown challenge. Wed, June 24 Books and Ice Cream Make your own ice cream sundae while learning about the new & hot books. Tues, June 30 Otaku Day Grades 6-12, no registration required Celebrate all things Anime and Manga. We ll watch some anime videos and make a Japanese based craft. Cosplayers are welcomed! Tues, July 7 Paint N Sip Grab a juice box and learn how replicate a painting with step-by-step instructions. Thurs, July 9 Make It Mondays Ages 12-18, no registration required Get creative this summer at Make it Mondays! Complete your project at the library or at home then post a photo to instagram.com/jolietlibraryteen. Mondays, June 8-July am-7 pm (not meeting on June 29) Table-Top Wednesdays Ages 12 18, no registration required Drop in for some hands-on fun! Learn to play different table-top games. Wednesdays, June 10-July pm (not meeting on July 15) Black Road Branch Teen Final Party LOCK-IN Grades 6-12 Teen who read 1200 pages/12 hours or more will be invited to to our lock-in at the Main Library. Permissions will be required. Fri, July :30 pm Blacklight Party Come play various games and eat snacks. Bring along a white T-shirt to decorate with glow materials. Tues, July 14 Floppy Disk Notebook Create your own floppy disk notepad. Wed, July 22 Paper Towns Release Party Celebrate the movie release of Paper Towns by John Green (Fault in our Stars) with crafts, food, and more. Thurs, July 23 7

8 Adult Programs Adult Summer Reading Program Read to the Rhythm Ages 18 and up, registration begins May 26; first day to turn in logs is June 1 Read and win this summer! Submit a reading log for every 3 books you read either in person or online at tinyurl.com/jpladults15. You will be entered in a biweekly drawing for a gift basket valued at $50 each. All entries are eligible for a grand prize drawing at the end of the program. One Kindle Fire 7 and 5 $25 gift cards to various locations will be given away at each location. Happy reading! Tues, May 26-Sat, Aug 1 New this year! Adult Summer Reading participants who turn in a completed reading log will receive a complimentary library card holder with ear buds. Summer Reading Closing All ages, no registration required Celebrate the end of Summer Reading with music by the Wrecker Brothers and ice cream! Concert will be held outside, weather permitting. Aug pm Karaoke All ages, registration is required Choose your favorite tune and sing your heart out at this family friendly karaoke session! Showcase your singing talent or come support your friends. Mon, June pm Interactive Drumming Circle All ages, children under 12 must be accompanied by their parents, registration required Join us for unique rhythmical and musical experience with Rhythm Revolution! Participate in a drumming circle using a variety of instruments after learning some fundamental drumming and percussion techniques. Discover a connection to the beats that blend and join the group together. Please feel free to bring your own percussion instrument. Sat, June 27 8

9 Movie Mondays Adults, no registration required Enjoy a great movie and some light refreshments at the library. June Get On Up August The Theory of Everything Mon, June 22 & Aug 10 6 pm Fifty Shades Of Romance Adults, registration required Shelley Ann Clark, author and blogger at Wonkomance.com will discuss the good, the bad, and the sexy when it comes to the erotic romance genre. She will also speak about her book, Have Mercy. Sat, June 13 2 pm Gluten Free Cooking Bilingual Program Adults and families, registration required The Joliet Public Library welcomes back, registered dietitian, Sylvia Klinger Melendez for a bilingual discussion about gluten-free food. Learn how to prepare gluten free food and snacks for your family. Gluten free snacks will be provided. Sat, Aug 8 Lunch & Learn Dealing with Stress Adults, registration required Enjoy a complimentary lunch and a presentation from Dr. Vida Puodziunas (D.C.) of Healthy Connections Physical Medicine. Dr Vida will discuss ways of responding to stress in a healthy way. Sat, Aug pm Black Road Branch Morning/Evening Book Discussion Group Adults, no registration required Join this lively and entertaining book group and share your love of reading! We hold a morning and evening session each month. June Philomena by Martin Sixsmith July Under the Wide and Starry Sky by Nancy Horan August Twelve Years A Slave by Solomon Northrup Morning Tuesdays, 10 am June 16, July 21 & Aug 18 Evening Wednesdays, 7 pm June 17, July 15, & Aug 19 Get Graphic Book Club Adults, registration required Join this brand new book club for adults and explore the world of comics and graphic novels. Whether you ve been a comic enthusiast for years or just read your first graphic novel, this club is for you! We will discuss a different title each month, light refreshments provided. June V for Vendetta by Alan Moore & David Lloyd July Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons Tues June 2 & July pm (Meet in Large Print Room) Digital BookMobile Adults and families, no registration required Overdrive s 74-foot-long, state of the art Digital BookMobile is making a stop at your library! Take advantage of this unique opportunity to explore all the digital resources Joliet Public LIbrary has to offer through Overdrive. Patrons of all ages can climb aboard the traveling exhibit and visit five separate spaces showcasing ebooks, audiobooks, a gadget gallery and more. Fri, June pm 9

10 Technology Safe Browsing Workshop Registration required Discover the benefits of safe browsing on the internet. We will discuss free software that is available to protect you from viruses, malware, spyware, adware, and more. You will become familiar with terms and steps to protect yourself online and the steps to protect your computer. Tues, June 23 & Aug pm Tues, July 14, July 28, & Thurs, Aug 6, 6-8 pm 10 Heroes of the Internet Age Registration required Who are these unsung heroes of our digital age? How did they contribute to the various aspects of its usage and growth? Were some using the internet to their own advantage? Their drive and reasoning made us face new realities. A must see one-time class this summer! Thurs, July pm Introduction to Photoshop Registration required Learn how to use basic tools to enhance images in this hands-on class! Discover the power of Photoshop. Thurs, June 11 & Aug 13 6:30-8:30 pm Thurs, July 9 6:30-8:30 pm Creating Graphic Novels in the Digital Age Registration required Call them comic books, manga, graphic novels, sequential art, or storyboards they all tell a story graphically. Today we have many different digital tools to use in their development. Come explore the steps to create your graphic novel using the library s Digital Media Studio. Tue, June 23 6:30-8:30 pm Tue, July 21 6:30-8:30 pm DROP IN HELP Device Help Visit the Digital Media Studio for help with your ereader, tablet or other portable device. We can show you how to access and download ebooks and magazines from the Library s catalog Wednesdays 10 am-12 pm ebook Training Visit the Adult Services Department and learn how to check out, download, and transfer ebooks to a portable reader. Thursdays 2-5 pm 10

11 Digital Media Studio The studio is equipped with both Macs and PCs for industry-standard image, video, and audio editing. Staff is available to assist you with a variety of multi-media projects. You can design posters, create and record music or podcasts, build websites, edit photos, create animations, and much more! The Digital Media Studio is located on the 2nd floor of the. Meet the Staff From right to left Benjamin Klahn Technology Assistant Rosie Echevarria End-User Technologies Associate Keith Folk Digital Media Studio Supervisor Please contact us to set up a reservation. Phone: (815) Large Format Printing $20 24 x 36 $15 18 x 24 Prints ready within 2 business days of receipt. Please bring a pdf, psd, jpeg, tif, or png format file along with any fonts used. Wireless Printing 10 per page B/W prints 50 per page Color prints You may send print jobs via our website homepage to either library location from any device with an internet connection. Faxing $1 per page In the US $2 per page International Black Road Branch NEW! 3D Printing $1 Setup Fee 10 Per 1 gram of plastic All 3D printing will be performed by a Joliet Public Library staff member. Patrons may not operate the 3D printers but are welcome to design an object and observe the 3D printers in action. 11

12 En Español Nuevo! Idiomas Mango. Idiomas Mango ya esta disponible! Aprende a hablar ingles con este servicio gratuito de apredizaje en linea. Visita el sitio jolietlibrary. org/resources para empezar a aprender y registrarte. Pelicula en español para Familias No es necesario registrarse Las películas se reproducirán en Español. Gratuito para todos. Refrescos para los que participan. Big Hero 6 sábado, 11 de julio 2-3:30 pm Cocinar sin gluten Programa Bilingüe Adultos y familias, es requerido registrarse La Biblioteca Pública de Joliet de nuevo le da la bienvenida, a dietista registrada, Sylvia Klinger Meléndez para una discusión bilingüe acerca de los alimentos sin gluten. Aprenda a preparar comida sin gluten y aperitivos para su familia. Se proporcionarán bocadillos. sábado, 8 de agosto 12 Clases de Computadora Facebook para Personas Mayores Necesita registrarse Descubra por qué Facebook tiene más de 1.23 billones de usuarios activos y se ha convertido en parte de la sensación. Crea tu propia cuenta de Facebook y mantente en contacto con familiares y amigos. martes, 7 de julio 1-3 pm Computadoras Básicas Necesita registrarse Es usted un novato a las computadoras? No se preocupe... Estamos aquí para ayudarle a empezar. En esta clase usted va a obtener un entendimiento básico de los componentes de la computadora y su función. martes, 16 de junio 1-3 pm miércoles, 19 de agosto 1:30-3:30 pm Uso De La Internet Necesita registrarse Quieres ser más competitivos en el mercado de trabajo o un estudiante más exitoso? Si es así, esta clase es para usted. Aprende a navegar por Internet para encontrar exactamente lo que estás buscando en la web. martes, 21 de julio 1:30 pm-3:30 pm martes, 11 de agosto 1-3 pm Computadoras Básicas para Personas Mayores Necesita registrarse Es usted un novato a las computadoras? No se preocupe... Estamos aquí para ayudarle a empezar. En esta clase usted va a obtener un entendimiento básico de los componentes de la computadora y su función. miércoles, 5 de agosto 1:30-3:30 pm Clases de Computadora en Español para niños Grados K-3, necesita registrarse La clase le ayudará a construir una base para el aprendizaje de habilidades informáticas más avanzadas en el futuro y ayudar a inculcar la confianza con la tecnología. jueves, 25 de junio 1:30 pm-3:30 pm miércoles, 15 de julio 1:30 pm-3:30 pm Pawsome Readers Edades 5-12, hable para registrarse para cada sesion de 4 semanas, Practica la lectura con un perro entrenado de terapia por 15 minutos. Cada niño sera registrado para el mismo horario las 4 semanas. Sesion 1 viernes, 5-26 de junio, 9:30-10:30 am, pm, 12:30-1:30 pm o Sesion 2 viernes, de julio, 9:30-10:30 am, pm, 12:30-1:30 pm o Biblioteca Principal

13 Programas para Niños en ingles Bingo Para niños de todas edades registración no es requerida Ven a la biblioteca a jugar Bingo con su familia. Habrá muchos premios para ganar! Junio 3-Julio 29 Cada miércoles 1:30-2:30 pm Fiesta de los 70s Grados 3-6, registración comienza 26 de mayo Ven a la biblioteca para escuchar música de los 70 s. Habrá antojitos y otras actividades. Prometemos que tendrás un buen tiempo! jueves, 18 de junio JJC presenta Bremen Town Musicians Sugerido para niños mayores de 4 años, registración no es requerida Este cuento de hadas famoso será presentado por el departamento de drama del Joliet Junior College. viernes, 19 de junio Girls Read- Niñas Leen Grados 4-7, registración empieza el día del grupo anterior Comparte tus libros favoritos con tus amigas en este club solo para niñas. Habrá antojitos. Favor de traer su tarjeta de la biblioteca para llevarte a casa el libro del próximo mes. sábado, 20 de junio y 18 de Julio, 1:30-2:30 pm Guys Read- Niños Leen Grados 4-7, registración empieza el día del grupo anterior Comparte tus libros favoritos con tus amigos en este gran club. Habrá pizza y soda. martes, 16 de junio y 14 de julio, 6-7 pm Baile para Niños Edades 1-4, registración no es requerida Ven a bailar con su niño durante este programa lleno de actividades para los pequeños. jueves, 23 de julio am Viernes de Película Todos edades, registración no es requerida Traiga a su familia a la biblioteca para ver una película y comer antojitos. Dolphin Tale 2 viernes, 26 de junio 2-4 pm Big Hero 6 viernes, 24 de julio 2-4 pm Dora the Explorer Edades 2-6, registración comienza el 15 de junio Ven a sentirte parte del mundo de Dora en nuestra aventura. martes, 30 de junio 6:30-7:15 pm Rock Band Grados 3-6, registración no es requerida Ven a la biblioteca con tus amigos para una batalla de las bandas via el juego de Rock Band. martes, 7 de julio 6-8 pm El Campamento de Maker Edades 10-13, registración comienza el 1 de junio. Favor de registrarse para cada sesión. Estaremos colaborando con Make: magazine and Google+ for Maker Camp para mirar videos de paseos, MAKE cosas y compartir nuestros proyectos en otros sitios. jueves, 2, 9, y 16 de julio 1-3 pm El Campamento de Impresión 3D Edades 10-15, registración comienza el 1 de julio Aprende como diseñar y imprimir tus propios proyectos usando una impresora 3D. Esta clase será los cuatro días; Registración es limitada. lunes-jueves, de julio 1-3 pm Jim Gill Todas edades; registración no es requerida Ven a disfrutar un concierto familiar con Jim Gill! lunes, 13 de julio am lunes, 13 de julio Llame al para registarse Sucursal Black Road 13

14 Check it Out! NEW! Mango Languages Mango Languages is now available! Learn how to speak a new language with this free online learning service. Spanish, English as a Second Language, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Polish, and Russian are currently available. Get started by visiting /resources and creating a profile within Mango. Zinio Zinio for Libraries, the World s Largest Newsstand, allows JPL patrons unlimited multi-user access to complete digital magazines, easily viewed on most Internet-enabled devices through the Joliet Public Library website. You will need your library card number to create an account. You will create a total of TWO (2) accounts within Zinio. The first account is your Library Collection account which allows you to check out magazines and keep them for as long as you wish. The Zinio.com Reader account is for reading checked out magazines via online streaming with computers and/or downloaded offline via mobile apps. For additional help, visit Adult Services staff or see page 10 for drop in times. Homework HelpNow! &JobNow! Visit /resources to access these free databases. HelpNow provides tutoring in elementary, middle school, high school, intro college, and adult education. JobNow offers online job assistance from home or at the library. 14 Interlibrary Loans Did you know if you are looking for an item not owned by the Joliet Public Library or one of the libraries in the Pinnacle Library Cooperative, you can request it through a service called interlibrary loan (ILL)? Books, articles, DVDs, CDs, Audiobooks and microfilms can be requested via interlibrary loan. Their availability depends on the policies of the owning libraries. New, popular and high-cost materials are often unavailable. Submit an ILL request through one of the following: 1.) Catalog: Place an ILL request using the Pinnacle Catalog by clicking the link Select Catalog and then choosing WorldCat: Libraries Worldwide. 2.) Database: Place an interlibrary loan request using the library s database FirstSearch WorldCat. 3.) In person: Visit Adult Services at the 4.) Phone: Call the. at and ask for Adult Services Department. 5.) Submit an request to org and include the author s name and the title of the item you are requesting, as well as your library card barcode. The Friends of the Joliet Public Library is a nonprofit organization made up of people who support the library by raising funds to help sponsor programs and provide library materials. Learn More Visit /friends-library Like us facebook.com/friendsofjpl

15 JUNE Program Calendar MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT 1 First day to return logs for Children s & Adult Summer Reading 2 Get Graphic 7 pm 3 Bingo 1:30 pm + 4 Mock the Movie 6 pm 5 6 Star Wars Day 11 am 8 Make It Mon 10 am Lego Club Jr 2 pm Nerdy Con 6 pm 15 Nature Hike 9:30 am Make It Mon 10 am Cookie Deco 10 am Lego Club 2 pm TAG 6 pm DIY Instruments 6:30 pm Karaoke 7 pm 22 Make It Mon 10 am Math Mania 10 am Catapults & Rockets 2 pm Girls Read Jr 4:30 pm Guys Read 6 pm Movie Monday 6 pm 29 Math Mania 10 am JULY 9 3D Printing 4 pm 16 Book Group 10 am Physical Fitness 10 am Comp. Básicas 1 pm Bremen Town Music 2 pm Water War 4 pm Guys Read 6 pm 23 Water Play Day 10 am & 1:30 pm Safe Browsing 1 pm Bubble-ology 1:30 pm Cassette Wallets 6 pm Graphic Novels 6:30 pm 30 Playground Games 10 am Origami 2 pm Dora 6:30 pm Books & Ice Cream 6 pm 10 Bingo 1:30 pm + Messy Masterpieces 9:30 am & 11 am Table-Top 2 pm Pokemon 6:30 pm 17 Bingo 1:30 pm + Table-Top 2 pm Book Group 7 pm 24 Bingo 1:30 pm + Table-Top 2 pm Game Show 6 pm 11 Magic School Bus 10 am 70s Party 2 pm Amazing Airplanes 6:30 pm Photoshop 6:30 pm 18 70s Party 2 pm Girls Read 4:30 pm Food in a Mug 6 pm 25 Magic School Bus 10 am Comp. (Niños) 1:30 pm Teen Book Group 6 pm Children s Program Teen Program 12 Friday Night Madness 4:30 pm 19 Minecraft Basics 10 am Bremen Town Musicians 2 pm 26 Friday Film Fest 2 pm Dolphin Tale 2 + Digital Book Mobile 1 pm Adult Program En Español Shades of Romance 2 pm 20 Toddler Dance Party 10:15 am Girls Read 1:30 pm 27 Safe Browsing 1 pm Minion Movie Madness 1:30 pm Drumming Circle 2 pm Black Road Branch +Both Locations MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT 1 Bingo 1:30 pm + Table-Top 2 pm 2 Sidewalk Chalk Art 10 am Maker Camp 1 pm Internet Heroes 6 pm 3 4 Closed for Independence Day 6 Make It Mon 10 am Math Mania 10 am 7 Facebook (Seniors) 1 pm Lego Club Jr 2 pm Rock Band 6 pm Otaku Day 6 pm Get Graphic 7 pm 8 Bingo 1:30 pm + Messy Masterpieces 9:30 am & 11 am Table-Top 2 pm Pokemon 6:30 pm 9 Magic School Bus 10 am Maker Camp 1 pm Photography pm Paint & Slip 6 pm Photoshop 6:30 pm 10 Friday Night Madness 4:30 pm 11 Pelicula 2 pm 13 Make It Mon 10 am Math Mania 10 am Jim Gill 10 am Jim Gill 2 pm Nerdy Con 6 pm 14 Lego Club 2 pm Physical Fitness 10 am Guys Read 6 pm Black Light Party 6 pm Safe Browsing 6 pm 15 Bingo 1:30 pm + Comp. (Niños) 1:30 pm Marshmallow Robots 6:30 pm Book Group 7 pm 16 Bubble-ology 2 pm Maker Camp 1 pm 17 Minecraft Basics 10 am 18 Girls Read 1:30 pm 20 Make It Mon 10 am Math Mania 10 am CD Scratch Art 2 pm Minecraft IRL 6 pm TAG 6 pm 21 Book Group 10 am Dora 9:15 am, 10:15 am, & 11:15 am Uso Internet 1:30 pm Graphic Novels 6:30 pm 22 Bingo 1:30 pm + Table-Top 2 pm Floppy Disc Notebooks 6 pm 23 Magic School Bus 10 am Toddler Dance Party 10:30 am Girls Read 4:30 pm Papertowns 6 pm 24 Friday Film Fest 2 pm Big Hero Girls Read Jr 4:30 pm 3D Printing 1 pm Guys Read 6 pm 28 Playground Games 10 am 3D Printing 1 pm Safe Browsing 6 pm 29 Bingo 1:30 pm + 3D Printing 1 pm Table-Top 2 pm 30 Teen Book Group 6 pm 3D Printing 1 pm 31 Teen Final Party 6 pm 15

16 AUGUST MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT Comp. (Seniors) 1:30 pm Pokemon 6:30 pm Final Splash Station 6:30 pm 6 Safe Browsing 6 pm Final Splash Station 6:30 pm 1 Last day to return logs for Children s & Adult Summer Reading Summer Reading Closing 2 pm 7 8 NOON Gluten Free Cooking Bilingual Program 2 pm Movie Monday 6 pm Uso Internet 1 pm Photoshop 6:30 pm Lunch & Learn 12 pm 17 TAG 6 pm 18 Book Group 10 am 19 Comp. Básicas 1:30 pm Book Group 7 pm Safe Browsing 1 pm STAR WARS TM DAY In Partnership With Saturday, June N. Ottawa St. Joliet 11 am-4 pm Costumed characters, kids games, prize giveaways, live music vendors, exhibitors, guest authors and artists! Sponsored By of the Joliet Public Library NuMark Credit Union Gauthier Healthcare Media Sponsor Zoo to You Petting Zoo All ages, no registration required Zoo to You is bringing some animal friends to the library. Pet a mini donkey, a lamb and even a llama, and then check out a book to learn more about them. Black Road Branch Sat, May am-2 pm Pawsome Readers Ages 5-12, one time phone registration for all 4 weeks, This unique program provides children an opportunity to practice their reading skills on an unbiased trained therapy dog. Each child is registered for the same 15-minute slot each week for the four week session. Session 1 Registration opens May 26 Fridays, June 5-June 26, 9:30-10:30 am, pm, 12:30-1:30 pm or Session 2 Registration opens June 29 Fridays, July 10-July 31, 9:30-10:30 am, pm, 12:30-1:30 pm or

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