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1 WHAT S INSIDE General Information Children s Programs Teen Programs Adult Programs Technology En Español Program Calendar LIBRARY HOURS Mon-Thurs Fri & Sat Sun 9 am-9 pm 9 am-5 pm 1 pm-5 pm LIBRARY CLOSINGS Thursday, January 1 New Year s Day Monday, February 16 Presidents Day Friday, April 3 Good Friday Sunday, April 5 Easter Sunday Sunday, May 10 Mother s Day Monday, May 25 Memorial Day Closed Sundays May 24-Sept 6 NOON Friday, April 10 Staff Training Winter/Spring Program Guide 2015

2 General Information 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. 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 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. MAIN LIBRARY 150 N Ottawa St, Joliet, IL 2 Board of Trustees Esperanza Chavez Ronald E. Cornelius Nancy K. Henricksen Dr. John Markley Emita R. Ostrem Lynn Poper-Samalea Jean M. Smiles Library Director Kevin Medows 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. BLACK ROAD BRANCH 3395 Black Rd, Joliet, IL Main Library

3 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 follwoing: 1.) Catalog: Place an ILL request using the Pinnacle Catalog by clicking the link Click here to search 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 Main Library 4.) Phone: Call the Main Library. at and ask for Adult Services Department. 5.) Submit an request to and include the author s name and the title of the item you are requesting, as well as your library card barcode. Black Road Branch The Friends of the Joliet Public Library is a non-profit organization made up of people who support the library by raising funds to help sponsor programs and provide library materials Officers President Leanne Primrose-Brown Vice President Dave Hlavac Treasurer Frankie Overcash Secretary Linda Aguilar & Roxanne Schwarz Meeting Schedule New members always welcome! Sat, Jan am Sat, April am Spring Book Sale Most items priced $1 or less! Fri, May 1-Sun, May 3 Learn More Visit /friends-library Like us facebook.com/friendsofjpl Zinio Zinio for Libraries, the World s Largest Newsstand, allows JPL patrons unlimited multi-user access to complete digital magazines, easily viewed on most Internetenabled 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. 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/hour Monday-Friday 6 am-7 pm. Connect with Us enewsletter /newsletter Facebook facebook.com/jolietpubliclibrary Twitter twitter.com/jolietlibrary 3

4 Children s Programs Robotics Team Make Your Own Scarf Learn to build and program robots using Lego Mindstorms. We will form small group teams and present a showcase in April. Tues Jan 6, 20 Feb 10, 24 Mar 10, 24 Apr 7, 14, 21, 6-8 pm Learn to knit your own scarf to keep out the cold weather. Knitting needles and yarn will be provided to start your project. Thurs, Jan 22 4:30-5:30 pm Grades 5-8, registration opens Jan 5 Snap Circuits Grades 3-6, registration opens Dec 29, Jan 26, March 2, April 6, April 26 Work with your friends to build a radio, burglar alarm, microphone or other gadgets. Tues Jan 13 Feb 10 Mar 17 Apr 21 May 12, 4:30-5:30 pm Video Game Night Grades 3-5, no registration required Grab some friends and join us for a night of Wii video games! Tues Jan 13 Feb 10 March 17 April 14, 5-8 pm Pokemon League Grades 2-8, no registration required Become a Pokemon 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 Jan 14 Feb 11 Mar 11 Apr 8 May 13, 6:30-8:30 pm Minecraft Basics Grades 2-6, registration opens Jan 5, Feb 9, March 16 and April 6 Learn new tricks and skills to bring your imagination to virtual reality in Minecraft. Mon Jan 19 & March :30 pm 4 Sat Feb 28 & April :30 am Grades 3-5, registration opens Jan 5 Game On Grades 3-5, no registration required Drop in for some board game fun! Play an old favorite or learn how to play something new. Tue Jan 27 & March pm Glow in the Dark Grades 3-7, registration opens Feb 2 Let s celebrate long nights! Join us for crafts, games and activities that glow in the dark. Thurs, Feb 19 6:30-7:30 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 Jan 15 Feb 19 Mar 19 Apr 16 May 14, 4:30-5:30 pm Wed, Jan 21 Feb 18 Mar 18 Apr 15, 4-5 pm Girls Read, Jr Grades 2-4, registration opens day of the previous book group Mon Jan 26 Feb 23 Mar 23 Apr 20 May 18, 4:30-5:30 pm Science Challenge Grades 2-5, registration opens Jan 12 & March 9 Explore science through fun experiments and other activities. Each month will have a different scientific theme. Thurs Jan 29 & Mar 26 6:30-7:30 pm Valentine s Bingo & Crafts All ages with adult, registration opens Jan 26 Win some sweet prizes and make crafts for your sweetie! Sat, Feb 7 1:30-3 pm Sat, Feb 14 1:30 pm-2:30 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 Jan 26 Feb 23 Mar 30 Apr 20, Tues Jan 20 Feb 17 Mar 24 April 21, 6:30-7:30 pm I Can Read Club Grades K-2 with adult, registration required for each five week session Parents share and explore literacy concepts with your children who are emergent readers. Wed, Jan 14-Feb 11 Wed, 4:30-5:30 pm Feb 11-March 11 Main Library

5 Family Field Trips Ages 4 and up with adult, registration opens Feb 2, Feb 23, and March 30 Messy Masterpieces Ages 4-8, registration opens Feb 16 & April 13 Get messy and have fun making Get a behind-the-scenes look at these art with paint, glue, bubbles and special places in Joliet! Please meet at other materials. Please wear old the address listed for each trip by 4:30 clothes. pm to make sure you find our group. Mon, March 2, April 27 JJC Planetarium Show F Building on JJC 4:30-5:30 pm Main Campus (1215 Houbolt Rd) Take a trip through the current night sky during this seasonal show, and see what it is like to travel to the moon! Tues, Feb 17 4:30-5:30 pm Joliet Fire Station 101 E Clinton St OR 2293 Essington Rd See the engines and fire station up close and find out how firefighters do their jobs. Tues, Mar 10 4:30-5:30 pm JJC One Room Schoolhouse Daddies and Doughnuts Ages 2-6 with adult, registration opens March 2 Grab your favorite guy and make some memories! Come to the library for stories, crafts, games, and doughnuts. Sat, Mar 21 9:30-10:15 am My Little Pony Family Fun All ages, registration opens March 16 Preschool Fair All ages, no registration required A free community event where parents and families will have the opportunity to learn about preschool programs and services in the Joliet area. The fair is cosponsored by the Joliet Area Association for the Education of Young Children. Sat, April am-1 pm Three Cheers for Animals Ages 4-10, registration opens March 30 Celebrate our animal friends by making a special bird feeder and playing fun animal related games. Sat, April pm Make some friendships that are magical! Come to the library Dennis DeBondt: Building Entrance U on JJC Main Campus during spring break for some crafts Laugh Out Loud Magic Show (1215 Houbolt Rd) and games that show your love All ages, no registration is required Visit the Cronin Schoolhouse and find for your favorite ponies. but seating is limited out from former students of one-room Wed, Apr 1 Enjoy a fantastic family-friendly magic schoolhouses what life was like for 1:30-2:30 pm show with plenty of humor and students and teachers long ago. Mon, March 30 audience participation. Tues, April 14 1:30-2:30 pm Sat, March 7 4:30-5:15 pm am Army FAQ Tea Party Sat, March 7 Ages 3-6 & Ages 6-10 (simultaneous Ages 4 & up, registration opens Feb pm programs), registration opens Everything you ever wanted to March 30 know about the army but didn t Calling all girls and boys for a dress know who to ask! A member of up tea party with stories, snacks, the armed forces will be on hand and games! to tell us what life is like in the Cookies & Milk Storytime at Wed, April 15 army and show us the kind of Panera Bread 4:30-5:30 pm equipment they use. Ages 3-5 with adult, registration Thurs, Feb 19 opens Dec 29, Jan 26, Feb 23, Mar 23, FAQ About Pets 4:30-5:30 pm Apr 27 Ages 4 and up, registration opens Join us for songs and stories at April 6 Thurs, Feb 26 Join us as a veterinarian from Crest Panera Bread, located in the 6:30-7:30 pm Westfield Louis Joliet Mall and get Hill Cat and Dog Clinic talks about Bookend Decorating a free cookie. how to take care of pets and what Grades 1-5, registration opens Feb 23 Panera Louis Joliet life is like for veterinarians. You Decorate bookends that we can Fri, 9:30-10:30 am will even get the chance to see use to brighten up the children s Jan 9, 23 Feb 13, 27 Mar 13, 27 some pets! department! Apr 17, 24 May 8, 22 Thurs, April 23 Mon, Mar 9 6:30-7:30 pm 6:30-7:30 pm Black Road Branch 5

6 Teen Programs Bookend Decorating Minecraft Mayhem Decorate bookends for the Come in and learn how to teen department and yourself increase your Minecraft skills! with your favorite book or Mon Jan 19 & Mar 30 fandom moments. 4-5:30 pm Mon, Jan 12 Sat Feb 28 & Apr 25 1:30-3 pm Mon, Jan 26 Robotics Club Grades 6-12, no registration required Use Lego Mindstorms and Friday Night Madness other kits to build robotics. Join us for some after hours Tues Jan 20 Feb 17 Mar fun at the library. Note: teens 17 Apr 21, 6-7:30 pm must be in by 5pm and cannot Plastic Bottle Wallet leave until 7pm. Fri Jan 16 Feb 20 Mar 20 Make your cool wallet or Apr 17, 4:30-7 pm container using water bottles and zippers. Tues, Jan 27 Knit a Scarf Learn the basics of knitting so you can make your own scarf this winter! Thurs, Jan. 22 Mon, Feb. 23 Food in a Mug Decorate your own mug and learn how to make quick cake- in-a-mug recipes. Wed, Feb 4 6-7:30 pm 6 Teen Advisory Group Grades 6-12, no registration required Earn community service hours while you eat snacks and share your ideas on how to make the Teen Department better. Mon Jan 19 Feb 23 Mar 16 Apr 20 May 18, 6-7:30 pm Teen Book Club Grades 8-12, no registration required Book selections will be chosen by group and a free copy will be given out the month before. Thurs Jan 29 Feb 26 Mar 26 Apr 30 May 28, 6-7:30 pm Un-Valentine s Day Celebrate Un-Valentine s Day with crafts, games, and food. Thurs, Feb :30 pm Tues, Feb 17 Fingerless Gloves Main Library

7 Book Swap Fingerless Gloves How to Play Poker Learn how to transform socks into fingerless Grades 6-12, registration is required gloves. Learn the basics of playing poker Wed, Feb 25 and compete against other teens. Thurs, Mar. 12 White Crayon Art 6-7 pm Grades 6-12, registration required Make art using watercolor paint and white crayons. Mon, Mar 2 Mock the Movie: High School Musical Grades 6-12, no registration required Bring your phones and join us as we mock the movie High School Musical. Thurs, Mar pm Altered Metal Tins Create mini-scenes using old metal tin boxes. Tues, Mar 24 Bring in unwanted teen books to swap with others. Mon, Apr 6 Constellations Galore Make constellation crafts while learning about the folklore behind them. Thurs, Apr 9 6-7:30 pm Make your Own Candy Gaming Unplugged Grades 6-12, no registration required Leave the gaming systems at home and learn how to play new board and card games such as Munchkin and Apples to Apples. Feel free to bring your own games/cards if you have them. Tues, Mar pm PJ s & Cartoons Grades 6-12, no registration required Relive your childhood by watching old Saturday morning cartoons and eating snacks. Teen are encouraged to come in PJs and bring pillows and blankets. Thurs, Apr 2 10 am-4 pm Black Road Branch Grades 6-12, no registration required Make your own chocolate molds, pixie stix, and altoids. Tues, Apr pm Wed, Apr pm Canvas Shoes Turn ordinary white canvas shoes into a masterpiece using paint. Teens will need to bring own shoes, all other supplies will be provided. Wed, Apr 29 7

8 Adult Programs Demystifying the Estate Planning Process: What You Need to Know to be an Educated Consumer Adults, registration required Creating an estate plan can be an emotional topic. Not only is it difficult to address your own mortality, but it can seem impossible to understand the laws and taxes involved. This presentation is designed to help you know what questions to ask and to highlight some of the important issues to consider in the estate planning process. Topics covered will include wills, trusts, health care decision making, insurance and financial planning. Wed, Feb :30 pm A Musical Afternoon with Members of the Joliet Symphony Orchestra All ages, no registration required To celebrate its 10th anniversary season, the Joliet Symphony Orchestra is engaging the community through 10 community performances. Join us for an enjoyable afternoon of musical entertainment. Sun, Feb pm 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. Feb The Librarian Mar Black Hole Apr The Beatles Experience May You pick it! Tues Feb 3, Mar 3, Apr 7 May 5, 7-8 pm Adults, no registration required familiar, uncommon, commercial and Evening Wednesdays, 7 pm handmade. A discussion of this beloved treat Jan 21, Feb 18, Mar 18, will cover handling, storage, melting, uses and Apr 15, May 20 misuses. Enjoy complimentary recipes and prize giveaways! Tues, Feb pm Thurs, Feb pm I Cash Searches Adults, no registration required A representative from the Illinois State Treasurer s office will be available to assist you with the simple process of reclaiming money or assets. Sat, March pm Morning/Evening Book Discussion Affordable Care Act Information Group Join this lively and entertaining book group and share your love of reading! We hold a morning and evening session each month. Jan Black and Blue by Anna Quindlen Feb I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou Mar The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd Apr The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid by Bill Bryson May Sycamore Row by John Grisham Morning Tuesdays, 10 am Adults, registration required Jan 20, Feb 17, Mar 17, Join us for a night of chocolate indulgence! Apr 21, May 19 Try a variety of samples, domestic, imported, 8 Movie Mondays Adults, no registration required Drop in for a movie night at the library! Refreshments provided. Feb 9 Twilight Apr 20 Jersey Boys Mon Feb 9 & Apr 20 6 pm Registration is highly recommended Open Enrollment for the Affordable Care Act ends February 15. Find out if you are eligible and how to sign up. Representatives from Campaign for Better Health, a partner of Get Covered Illinois and the Illinois Department of Public Health, will be available to answer all of your questions. Mon, Jan pm Mon, Feb pm Affordable Care Act Enrollment Adults, registration required After attending an Information Session and learning if you qualify for coverage under the Affordable Care Act, you can sign up at one of the following sessions. Wed, Jan pm Sat, Feb 7 10 am-2 pm Main Library

9 Chicagoland Cemeteries Adults, registration required Kevin Korst, Local History Coordinator from the Oak Lawn Public Library, will present a program that reveals the meanings behind grave symbols, what famous people are buried nearby, and stories & legends of those burial places. Thurs, March pm Vintage Sports Collectibles: Are There Any In Your Attic? All ages, registration required Hear about the lifelong passion for collecting baseball memorabilia along with an explanation of the appraisal procedure from Michael Osacky of baseballintheattic.com. Michael has appraised the world championship athletic collections of the Chicago Bulls and the New York Yankees as well as their athletes. Time permitting, he will provide a free appraisal of vintage sports collectibles. Sat, Mar :30 pm Write-On Writers Group Adult, no registration required Are you an aspiring writer? Looking for other writers for support and advice? Come join this informal group of both published authors and aspiring writers to discuss, critique, and share. Thurs Jan 8, 22 Mar 5, 19 Feb 5, 19 Apr 2, 16 6:30-8:30 pm Money Smart Week Financial Recovery Adults, registration required Learn valuable tips on how you can rebuild your financial life and repair your credit. Sat, April pm Black Road Branch American Beauty: 100 Years of Cosmetics and Beauty Boosters Ages 12 and up, registration required The Great Read 2015 This year The Great Read will host numerous programs highlighting Pop Culture. Participants are encouraged to read any of the many books about Pop Culture and participate in all programs that suit their interest. Visit ww2.psd202.org/greatread for program and book lists. Pop Culture Clash Kickoff Event Prove you are a super fan and your fandom is superior at this brackettiered trivia night! Barnes & Noble Joliet Wed, Feb 6 pm 100 Years of Football Adults and families, registration required Learn about the unique and exciting history of the most popular sport in American society. Joe Ziemba, with some help from the audience, will guide you through 100 years of collegiate and professional football. He will also be displaying artifacts from his personal collection. Sat, Feb pm From squeezing into corsets to spackling their skin with makeup, American woman have gone to amusing and sometimes painful lengths in their quest for beauty. Travel with historian Leslie Goddard through more than a century of beauty products, exploring lipstick, mascara, corsets, hoopskirts and nail polish. Vintage advertisements and artifacts make this a fascinating and nostalgic trip back in time! Sat, Mar pm From Fad to Forever! Skip Griparis Sings Rock s Story Adults and families, no registration required History was never so fun! With his remarkable 3½-octave chameleon voice, dynamic guitar and insightful humor, Skip Griparis explores and recreates Rock s innovators, from pre-elvis to the Beatles and beyond. Whether audiences lived the music or groove to it for the first time, they ll have a sock hop in their seats! Sat, April 11 *Changed to Sun, April pm Money Matters Securing Your Identity Learn the tips and tricks you need to know to be money smart! Understand where your money goes, how to prepare a budget, and what are those hidden savings opportunities. Thurs, April 9 Wed, Apr pm 7-8:30 pm Learn what identity theft is, how to guard against it, and what to do if your identity is compromised. Sun, Apr :30 pm Adults, registration required Adults, registration required 9

10 Technology Computer Basics Registration required Are you a newbie to computers? No worries We re here to help you get started. In this class you will gain a basic understanding of computer components and their function. This class will focus on basic keyboarding, mouse usage, and running programs. Thur, Feb pm Tue, May pm Using the Internet Registration required Do you want to be more competitive in the job market or a more successful student? If so, this class is for you. Learn how to navigate the Internet to find exactly what you re looking for on the web. Attendance of our Computer Basics class is highly recommended before attending this class. Wed, Mar pm Introduction to Facebook Registration required. If you need assistance signing up for a Facebook account please arrive at least 20 minutes prior to the start time. Find out why Facebook has over 800 million active users and become part of the sensation. Learn how to use your Facebook account and keep in touch with family and friends. Attendance at both Computer Basics and Using the Internet, or equivalent experience, is recommended for users before attending this class. Tue, Feb pm Tue, Apr pm No registration required No registration required An ongoing monthly group which meets to learn about 3D design and printing. Learn about and discuss the process of 3D printing and gain first hand experience with the library s Makerbot 3D printers and 3D modeling software such as Google s SketchUp and the open source program Blender. Thur Mar 19 Apr 16 May pm 10 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 Registration required Have fun exploring your creative side and discovering the power of these programs! In the first half of class, you will learn how to use Photoshop to enhance and manipulate images. The second half will cover creating and editing videos in Premiere Elements. You won t want to miss out on this double feature class! Sat Feb 21 & Apr :30PM Sat Mar 21 & May :30PM Photoshop Level II 3D Printing Workshop Drop in Help Intro to Photoshop & Premiere Elements Double Feature Registration and completion of Intro to Photoshop required Already using the basic tools in Adobe Photoshop? Whether you use Photoshop to edit photos, make scrapbook pages or design original artwork, this class will give you the additional skills you need to let your creativity shine. Tue, Feb 24 & Tues, Apr :30 pm Tue, Mar 24 & May :30 pm Device Help Visit the Digital Media Studio for help with your ereader, tablet or other computing device. We can show you how to access and download ebooks and emagazines from the Library s catalog and we can help with basic troubleshooting and configuration for your mobile devices. Wednesdays 10 am-12 pm Main Library

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 Main Library. New! Convert your old VHS and Cassette tapes to DVDs and CDs. We now offer analog to digital conversion. Meet the Staff Keith Folk Digital Media Studio Supervisor Benjamin Klahn Technology Assistant Rosie Echevarria End-User Technologies Associate Please contact us to set up a reservation. Phone: (815) Large Format Printing 24 x 36 $20 18 x 24 $15 Prints ready within 2 business days of receipt. Please bring a pdf, psd, or png format file along with any fonts used. Black Road Branch Wireless Printing You may send print jobs via our website homepage to either library location. Print jobs may be sent from your laptop from inside the library or from any desktop PC with an Internet connection. Print jobs will stay in our print queues for 4 hours. Standard printing costs apply: 10 per page for B/W prints and $.50 per page for color prints. Faxing Outgoing faxing is now available at the library! In the US...$1 per page International...$2 per page 11

12 Pelicula en español En Español Clases de Computadora Facebook para Personas Mayores Necesita registrarse 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, Mar pm Jueves, May 7 1-3pm Uso De La Internet Necesita registrarse Las películas se reproducirán en Español. Gratuito para todos. Refrescos para los que participan. Enero Maleficent Marzo Planes Fire & Rescue Mayo Dolphin Tale 2 Sábado Ene 10 Sábado May 9 2-3:30 pm Lunes Mar :30 pm La ley del cuidado de salud a bajo costo Sesión de información 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, Feb pm Computadoras Básicas No es necesario registrarse Es muy recomendable registrarse Computadoras Básicas para Personas Mayores Necesita registrarse Inscripción abierta para la Ley de Asistencia Asequible termina febrero 15. Averigüe si usted es elegible y cómo inscribirse. Los representantes de la campaña para Better Healthcare, que están asociados con Get Covered Illinois y Illinois Department of Public Health estarán disponibles para responder a todas sus preguntas. Lunes, Ene pm (Un coordinador que habla Es usted un novato a las computadoras? No se preocupe... Estamos aquí para ayudarle a empezar. español estará disponible) En esta clase usted va a obtener Lunes, Feb 2 un entendimiento básico de los 7-8 pm componentes de la computadora y su Inscripción de la ley del cuidado función. de salud a bajo costo Martes, Feb 3 Adultos, es requerido registrarse 1-3 pm Después de asistir a una sesión Clases de Computadora en Español de información y aprendizaje, si para niños usted califica para la cobertura de Grados K-3, necesita registrarse la ley de cuidado de salud a bajo La clase le ayudará a construir costo, puede registrarse una de las una base para el aprendizaje de siguientes sesiones: habilidades informáticas más Miércoles, Ene 7 avanzadas en el futuro y ayudar a 3-7 pm inculcar la confianza con la tecnología. Jueves, Feb 17 & Martes, May 19 Sábado, Feb 7 10am-2pm 4-5 pm 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. Miércoles, Feb pm Cocinar con Verduras Miércoles, Abr 1 Adultos y familias, es requerido registrarse 1-3 pm Venga y aprenda cómo usted puede preparar comidas 12 saludables y nutritivas utilizando verduras con la especialista dietética registrada Sylvia Meléndez-Kingler. Aprende a hacer la comida que es bueno para usted que toda su familia le encantará. Sábado, Ene pm Biblioteca Principal

13 Programas para Niños en ingles Dennis DeBondt: Show de Magia con Risas Todas edades, registración no es requerida. Desfruta un show de magia familiar con mucho humor y participación de la audiencia. Sábado, Mar am Valentine s BINGO y Artesanías Todas las edades con un adulto, registración empieza Ene 26 Gánate premios y haz artesanías! Sabado, Feb 14 1:30-2:30pm Diversion My Little Pony Todas edades, registración empieza Marzo 16 Haz unas amistades mágicas! Ven a la biblioteca durante tus vacaciones para hacer artesanías y demonstrar tu amor a tus ponies favoritos. Lunes, Mar 30 1:30-2:30pm Paseos Familiares Para niños mayores de 4 años con un adulto, registración empieza Feb 2, Feb 23 y Mar 30 Descubre estos lugares especiales en Joliet! Favor de llegar a cada lugar a las 4:30 pm para encontrarse con su grupo. JJC Planetarium Show Edificio F en el JJC Main Campus (1215 Houbolt Rd) Toma un paseo por el cielo nocturno durante este show y descubre como seria viajar a la luna. Martes, Feb 17 4:30-5:30 pm Sucursal Black Road Celebra los Animales Edades 4-10, registración empieza Mar 30 Celebra nuestros amigos animales haciendo un comedero para pajaros y jugando juegos divertidos. Sábado, Abr pm Juega Ya Grados 3-5, registración no es requerida Ven a la biblioteca para jugar juegos con tus amigos. Martes Ene 27 & Mar pm Clubs de Lectura I Can Read Club Grados K-2 con un adulto, registración comienza el 5 de Enero para cada sesión de cinco semanas Los padres compartirán y exploraran conceptos de lectura con sus hijos que empiezan a leer. Miércoles, Ene 14-Feb 11 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 tu tarjeta de la biblioteca para llevarte a casa el libro del próximo mes. Miércoles Ene 21 Feb 18 Mar 18 Abr 15, 4-5pm 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. Equipo Robótico Martes Ene 20 Feb 17 Mar 24 Grados 5-8, registración comienza Ene 5 Abr 21, 6:30-7:30pm Aprende a construir y programar un robot usando Lego Mindstorms. Noche de Video Juegos Formaremos pequeños equipos y Grados 3-5, registración no es requerida presentaran sus robots en Abril. Ven a la biblioteca a jugar juegos de Martes Ene 6, 20 Feb 10, 24 video con tus amigos. Mar 10, 24 Abr 7, 14, 21 Martes Ene 13 Feb 10 Mar pm Abr 14, 5-8 pm Estación de Bomberos en Joliet (101 E Clinton St O 2293 Essington Rd) Ven a ver la estación y las trocas de los bomberos y descubre como los bomberos hacen su trabajo. Martes, Mar 10 4:30-5:30 pm JJC One Room Schoolhouse Entrada U del JJC Main Campus (1215 Houbolt Rd) Visita la Escuela Cronin y conoce a alumnos que asistieron a la escuela de un cuarto. Ellos te dirán como era la vida de los alumnos y maestros en aquel tiempo. Martes, Abr 14 4:30-5:15 pm Cuentos en Panera Bread Edades 3-5 con un adulto, registración comienza Dec 29, Ene 26, Feb 23, Mar 23, Abr 27 Acompáñanos para unos cuentos y canciones en Panera Bread, localizado en la Westfield Louis Joliet Mall y recibe una galleta gratis. Panera Louis Joliet Viernes Ene 9, 23, Feb 13, 27 Mar 13, 27 Abr 17, 24, Mayo 8, 22 9:30-10:30 am Llame al para registarse 13

14 Program Calendar JANUARY SUN MON TUES WED THURS 1 4 I Can Read 6 pm Pokemon 6:30 pm Girls Read 4:30 pm Video Games 5 pm Snap Circuits 4:30 pm Book Group 10 am Guys Read 6:30 pm Game On 5 pm Bottle Wallets 6 pm MON 2 Pelicula 2 pm Movie Monday 6 pm 16 Joliet Symphony Orchestra 2 pm Girls Read Jr 4:30 pm Guys Read 6 pm Knit a Scarf 6 pm TAG 6 pm Girls Read 4 pm I Can Read 6 pm Book Group 7 pm I Can Read 6 pm Madness 4:30 pm Make a Scarf 4:30 pm Knit a Scarf 6 pm Science Challenge 6:30 pm Book Club 6 pm WED Friends Meeting 10 am Pelicula 2 pm THURS Cocinar con Verduras 2 pm FRI SAT Snap Circuits 4:30 pm 11 I Can Read 4:30 pm I Can Read 6 pm Pokemon 6:30 pm Estate Planning 7 pm 17 Book Group 10 am 18 I Can Read 4:30 pm Girls Read 4 pm Book Group 7 pm Comp. (niños) 1 pm Field Trip 4:30 pm Food in a Mug 6 pm Guys Read 6:30 pm Affordable Care 3 pm TUES Affordable Care 7 pm Comp Basics (Mayores) 1 pm Get Graphic 7 pm Closed for Presidents Day SUN FEBRUARY Girls Read Jr 4:30 pm Guys Read 6 pm Bookend Deco 6 pm Minecraft 2 pm Minecraft 4 pm TAG 6 pm 25 2 Closed for New Year s Day 6 Bookend Deco 6 pm 18 SAT 5 Affordable Care 7 pm 11 FRI 10 Facebook Clase 1 pm Video Games 5 pm Chocolate 7 pm Photoshop II 6 pm Uso Internet 2 pm I Can Read 6 pm Food in a Mug 6 pm I Can Read 4:30 pm Fingerless Gloves 6 pm Affordable Care 10 am V-Day Bingo 1:30 pm Comp. Basics 3 pm Winter Party 7 pm Get Graphic 7 pm Facebook Intro 1 pm Un-Valentine s 6 pm Chocolate 7 pm Army FAQ 4:30 pm Girls Read 4:30 pm Glow in the Dark 6:30 pm Book Club 6 pm Army FAQ 6:30 pm V-Day Bingo 1:30 pm Madness 4:30 pm Photoshop/Premiere Elements 12 pm Minecraft 10 am Minecraft 1:30 pm Football 1 pm Children s Program Adult Program Main Library Teen Program En Español Black Road Branch

15 MARCH SUN 1 MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT 2 Messy Masterpieces 4:30 pm Bookend Deco 6:30 pm American Beauty 2 pm Daddies & Doughnuts 9:30 am Photoshop/Premiere Elements 12 pm I-Cash Searches 1 pm Vintage Sports 2 pm Crayon Art 6 pm Pelicula 6 pm TAG 6 pm Girls Read Jr 4:30 pm Little Pony 1:30 pm Minecraft 2 pm Minecraft 4 pm Guys Read 6 pm APRIL SUN Comp Básicas 1 pm Get Graphic 7 pm Field Trip 4:30 pm Book Group 10 am Snap Circuits 4:30 pm Video Games 5 pm Photoshop II 6 pm Guys Read 6:30 pm Metal Tins 6 pm Internet Class 1 pm I Can Read 4:30 pm I Can Read 4:30 pm Pokemon 6:30 pm Girls Read 4 pm Book Group 7 pm MON TUES Closed for Easter 12 Book Swap 6 pm 13 3D Print 4 pm Girls Read 4:30 pm Book Club 6 pm Science Challenge 6:30 pm WED Uso Internet 1 pm Little Pony 1:30 pm 6 Cemeteries 7 pm How to Play Poker 6 pm Madness 4:30 pm 7 Get Graphic 7 pm 14 Facebook Intro 1 pm Field Trip 4:30 pm Video Games 5 pm Candy Making 6 pm 8 Pokemon 6:30 pm 15 Girls Read 4 pm Tea Party 4:30 pm THURS PJs and Cartoons 10 am 9 Money Matters 2 pm Constellations 6 pm 16 3D Print 4 pm Girls Read 4:30 pm Messy Masterpieces 4:30 pm Book Group 10 am Snap Circuits 4:30 pm Guys Read 6:30 pm FRI 2 19 Securing your Identity 2 pm Girls Read Jr 4:30 pm Guys Read 6 pm TAG 6 pm Movie Monday 6 pm LOL Magic 10 am LOL Magic 2 pm Game On 5 pm Gaming Unplugged 12 pm 1 5 Mock the Movie 6 pm Candy Making 6 pm Pet FAQ 6:30 pm Money Matters 7 pm Book Group 7 pm Photoshop II 6 pm Canvas Shoes 6 pm 3 SAT 4 Closed for Good Friday 10 Noon 11 Friends Meeting 10 am Skip Griparis 2 pm Financial Recovery 2 pm 17 Madness 4:30 pm 18 Preschool Fair 10 am Cheers Animals 1 pm Photoshop/Premiere Elements 12 pm Minecraft 10 am Minecraft 1:30 pm Book Club 6 pm 15

16 MAY SUN 3 MON Closed Sundays until Sept Closed Sundays until Sept Closed for Memorial Day FRI SAT 1 2 Friends Book Sale Friends Book Sale Photoshop/ Premiere Elements 12 pm Snap Circuits 4:30 pm Girls Read Jr 4:30 pm TAG 6 pm THURS 6 Closed for Mother s Day 17 WED 5 Comp. Basics 1 pm Get Graphic 7 pm Friends Book Sale 10 TUES Book Group 10 am Comp. (niños) 1 pm Photoshop II 6 pm Comp Básicas 1 pm Pokemon 6:30 pm Girls Read 4:30 pm Book Group 7 pm 3D Print 4 pm Book Club 6 pm Pelicula 2 pm s tor yt i me Birth-24 mos Lapsit Free programs for children from birth-age 5 FP Free Play Time Birth-36 mos CLM Curious Little Monkeys Play Group 9:15 am 9:30 am Ages 18 mos-3 yrs 9:45 am TT Toddler Time 10:15 am Ages 3-5 yrs PS Preschool Storytime10:30 am 10:45 am Birth-6 years FS Family Storytime 11:15 am SS Family Storytime 11:30 am in Spanish 11:45 am 1:00 pm 6:30 pm Mon Tues Wed TT FP PS FP FP & TT PS FP & TT TT TT Thurs PS FP & TT & CLM PS FP PS Sat FS TT PS FS & SS =Main Library PS =Black Road Branch

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