1 Wilmette Public Library Off the ShelfMay-June 2015 Library Closings The Library will be closed for Memorial Day on Sunday, May 24 and Monday, May 25. Summer Hours Starting on Sunday, June 7, the library will be open from 1-5 on Sundays. All other library hours will remain the same. A Note on Our Programming The Library will be hosting a reduced schedule of programs and events during the renovation process. Many ongoing series are on hiatus until the renovation is complete. The lighter schedule helps ensure the safety and comfort of our patrons and performers during the construction. For the latest on our renovation project, please follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/ WilmetteLibrary and on our website at Wilmettelibrary.info/ about/renovation Join us for these special events in May and June An Evening with Best-Selling Author Lee Child Wednesday, June 17, 7:00, Wilmette Junior High School, 620 Locust Road, Wilmette Best-selling thriller fiction writer Lee Child was fired and on the dole when he hatched a harebrained scheme to write a bestselling novel, thus saving his family from ruin. Killing Floor was an immediate success and launched the Jack Reacher series which has grown in sales and impact with every new installment. His latest novel, Personal, was a worldwide #1 bestseller. Mr. Child has won many crime literary prizes including the Crime Writers Association s Diamond Dagger award in 2013 and the Anthony and Barry Awards. Please join us to hear Mr. Child speak about his creative process and experiences. No tickets required for this event. Friday Night Jazz Series Bob Dogan in Concert Friday, May 8, 7:00 Chicago jazz legend Bob Dogan has truly seen it all. A veteran of the local jazz scene, Mr. Dogan has played his pieces from the American songbook, jazz standards, and original compositions at clubs throughout the city. Join us for an evening concert featuring a variety of jazz classics on the piano. Light refreshments will be served. Sunday Afternoon Classical Concert Cellist Nazar Dzhuryn Sunday, May 17, 2:00 Ukraine native Nazar Dzhuryn began his studies at the age of 6 and has played with orchestras throughout the world in the intervening years. As an active chamber musician and orchestral player, Mr. Dzhuryn has performed with legends including Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, Rachel Barton Pine, and Georg Solti. He will be performing a selection of classical pieces on the cello in this Sunday afternoon concert. wilmettelibrary.info
2 Read to the Rhythm! Adult and Teen Summer Reading Club Celebrate music through programming, listening, and reading. Sign-up begins May 26. Visit the Recent Arrivals Desk for your sign-up gift and reading log for your completed books. For every four books listened to or read you ll receive a completion prize and the chance to win the grand prize. Turn in your log sheets by August 2. For more details, visit or call The Club is funded through the generosity of the Friends of the Wilmette Library. Top Five Reasons for Adults and Teens to Join the Summer Reading Program 1. Exposure to books from different genres 2. You become an active member in your Library community 3. National research finds that students who participate in library summer reading programs scored higher on reading achievement tests at the beginning of the next school year than those who did not participate iread.com 4. Encourages life-long reading habits 5. And, of course, the prizes! Open Mic Night at the Rock House Thursday, June 25, 7:00, 1150 Central Avenue Arrive at 7:00 sharp to sign up for a slot. Show off your musical skills at the Rock House coffee shop. Any skill level, age and musical genre is welcome. Each performer has the opportunity to play two songs or 8 minutes total. Book Club Discussion with Film Highlights Chronicles by Bob Dylan Monday, June 22, 7:00 This special summer book-club presentation of Chronicles will be led by author and film studies professor Michael Smith and will include discussion as well as the screening of relevant film clips of Dylan corresponding to the different eras discussed in the book. Learn How to Stream Music to Your Device Tuesday, June 2, 3:00 Learn how to stream music to an ipad, iphone, Android, or other device using free Internet and Library resources including Hoopla, Spotify, Songza, and Podcasts. Registration required. Sign up online via the Library events calendar or call Visit the Library at the French Market, sign up for the Summer Reading Club, and be entered into a drawing to win a bag of French Market produce. Saturday, May 30 and Saturday, June 20 Read to the Rhythm with these great picks, compiled by librarian Jill McKeown. Nonfiction Cash by Johnny Cash The Beatles by Hunter Davies Chronicles by Bob Dylan Bound for Glory by Woody Guthrie When I Left Home: My Story by Buddy Guy Rat Girl by Kristin Hersh It s a Long Story: My Life by Willie Nelson The Rest Is Noise: Listening To the Twentieth Century by Alex Ross Just Kids by Patti Smith The Sound of Music Story by Tom Santopietro Fiction Reservation Blues by Sherman Alexie The Loser by Thomas Bernhard Telegraph Avenue by Michael Chabon A Visit from the Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan The Tin Drum by Günter Grass High Fidelity by Nick Hornby The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love: a Novel by Oscar Hijuelos The Song Is You by Arthur Phillips Illuminations: A Novel of Hildegard von Bingen by Mary Sharratt 2
3 Lecture: The History Of The Holocaust In Holland Saturday, May 16, 2:00, Mallinckrodt Center, 1041A Ridge Rd. Featuring: Dr. Peter Hayes, Professor of History at Northwestern University, co-editor of The Oxford Handbook of Holocaust Studies, and author of several related works. Uncover the history of the Holocaust in the country in which the Frank family took refuge, and where much of Anne s famous diary was written. Dr. Hayes brings to light the complex history of this country s involvement in the war from its initial neutrality, through the invasion and eventual liberation of the Dutch people, providing a rich historical context for Anne Frank s diary. RSVP to or and use code Holland. This lecture is presented as part of the Writer s Theater Page to Stage Series, which this year is focusing on works related to their upcoming play, The Diary of Anne Frank. For more information on this series, please visit writerstheatre.org/from-page-to-stage-series Check out a Laptop! Computer room too crowded? Need to write a paper with absolute quiet? The Library now has laptops that may be checked out for use within the building. Available for a two-hour checkout, Library laptops are loaded with the Microsoft suite, have internet and printing capabilities, and may be used anywhere in the building. To check out a laptop, just stop by the Circulation Desk. Please note: Due to the renovation, Books Down Under is not accepting donations until further notice. Additionally, Books Down Under is currently closed on Sundays and may be closed from time to time as renovations necessitate. For the most upto-date schedule, please visit wilmettelibrary.info/friends. Speaking of Books Classics and Contemporary Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut Tuesday, May 12, 10:30 Based on the author s wartime experiences, this is a science fiction and antiwar classic. Billy Pilgrim is abducted by aliens from the planet Tralfamadore where he is displayed like a zoo animal. But in his mind he returns again and again to his time as an American prisoner of war who witnesses the firebombing of Dresden during WWII. Excellent Women by Barbara Pym Tuesday, June 9, 10:30 Mildred Lathbury is an excellent woman that is, she s single, capable, supports her church, and is ready to help others. And, of course, she s taken for granted. Pym s acclaimed comedy of manners is an amusing and astute look at human nature with all its flaws. Stunning Summer Reads Wednesday, May 20, 1:30, Mallinckrodt Center, 1041A Ridge Road Librarian Amy Barrow presents a selection of new titles to consider for your summer reading list. League of Women Voters/Wilmette Library Book Group Lawrence in Arabia: War, Deceit, Imperial Folly and the Making of the Modern Middle East by Scott Anderson Wednesday, May 13, 11:00 With strong and insightful writing, using T.E. Lawrence as a window onto the tragic history of World War I and its settlement in the Middle East, Anderson makes this complicated history both vivid and engaging. Library Journal 3
4 4 Youth Services All Youth Services events, except for story times, will be held in the Auditorium during construction. Kids Library Council Monday, May 4, 7:00-8:00, Grades 5-8 Make important decisions about the look of WPL s new junior high area! Also, make your own magic markers. Snacks will be served. R 4/20 Read to the Rhythm with Joel Frankel Thursday, June 18, 3:30-4:15, All ages. Read, sing, clap, and dance to the rhythm of Joel Frankel s Musical Merriment. T Movie Matinee: The Little Mermaid Wednesday, June 24, 3:30-5:00. Sing along with Ariel and her undersea friends in this tale based on the classic by Hans Christian Andersen. Rated G. Movie Matinee: Diary of a Wimpy Kid Tuesday, June 30, 3:30-5:00. In this film adaptation of the popular Jeff Kinney series, Greg devises an endless series of can't-miss schemes to survive middle school. Rated PG. Kids Book Groups Enjoy snacks, activities, and discussion. Groups are for grades 3-4 with an adult. Copies of the books will be available for checkout at the YS Desk. Boys & Books Tuesdays, 7:00-7:45 May 5: Little Wolf s Book of Badness, by Ian Whybrow. R 4/14 June 2: Wild River, by P.J. Petersen. R 5/12 Mother-Daughter Book Club Wednesdays, 7:00-7:45 May 20: Giants Beware! by Rafael Rosado and Jorge Aguirre. R 4/29 June 24: Hachiko Waits, by Lesléa Newman. R 6/3 Storytimes Spring StoryWalk Monday, May 18, Vattmann Park. Walks beginning at 4:00 and 4:30. Rain date: Wednesday, May 20. Enjoy the outdoors, read the new spring story with your librarians, and finish up with a treat. Can t make it today? Don t worry! Our StoryWalk will stay up throughout the spring. The StoryWalk Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, Vermont, and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition and the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. The StoryWalk Project was adapted for use in Wilmette by the Wilmette Public Library, the Friends of the Wilmette Library, and the Wilmette Park District. Park-a-Day Challenge Monday, June 8, Vattmann Park Wednesday, June 10, Townley Field, Kenilworth Join us for an outdoor storytime from 11:30 to 12:00 when you take the Parka-Day Challenge to play, discover new play spaces, and promote children s unstructured play. In partnership with the Alliance for Early Childhood and area park districts and libraries. Stories in the Parks Selected Mondays, 10:30-11:00 Families are invited for stories and songs with Wilmette librarians in local parks. Maple Park, June 22 and July 27; Thornwood Park, June 29 and August 3; Vattmann Park, July 13. Please gather near the tennis courts at each park. In case of rain or extreme heat, storytimes will take place in the Current Periodicals Room at the Library. If in doubt, please call Co-sponsored by the Wilmette Public Library and the Wilmette Park District. Stories in the Library Our Summer Storytime session begins June 16 and ends July 24. These 30-minute programs are held in the Current Periodicals Room. Babytime (ages 0-24 mo.): Thursdays at 9:30, followed by a 30-minute playtime Rhymetime (ages 18 mo.+): Fridays at 9:30 Storytime (ages 3+): Tuesdays at 10:30 Programs marked with an R require registration, and those marked with a T require a free ticket. The sign-up dates listed following each program description are for Wilmette and Kenilworth residents; nonresidents may register 7 days later unless otherwise specified. Stop by or call the Youth Services Desk at to register.
5 Wilmette Public Library Renovation A Forward-Looking Plan for Heating and Cooling Lower Level The impetus for the current renovation project was the need to modernize and unify our decades-old heating and cooling system. One innovative feature of this modernization project is the installation of a geothermal heating and cooling system for a portion of the Library. This system uses the natural properties of the earth to provide heating and cooling to a building. In May, crews will dig a series of wells in the front yard of the Library. The wells, which go hundreds of feet into the earth, circulate water that sheds heat into the earth in the summer, and pulls that same heat out of the earth in the winter. The energy that is pulled out of the ground may then be used to heat a building, and the heat that is removed in the summer provides air conditioning. This diagram shows the cycle of using the wells to store energy for use in heating and cooling the Library. Here are a few of the benefits of installing a geothermal heating and cooling system: Low operating and maintenance costs Though the initial installation of wells is messy, when the work is done, the Library s yard will be left in pristine condition, and the wells are expected to last for decades. Maintenance of the system within the building is simple and requires less training and expertise than a standard HVAC system. Additionally, the system s long life cycle makes the initial outlay for wells very economical. Highly energy efficient A geothermal system is 20-30% more efficient than a traditional HVAC system, which saves money and is better for the environment. Environmentally responsible The system is a closed loop, which is completely sealed to eliminate risk of soil and aquifer contamination. The high efficiency of the system reduces the need to burn fossil fuels, which reduces CO 2 emissions. Source: 2010 Engineering/Cm Engineering Front Door First Floor Second Floor What to Expect in June For details on the transition from phase 1 (March-May) to Phase 2 (June-August), please see page 7. This diagram covers phase 2, plus the geothermal well installation in May/June Geothermal wells will be installed in the lawn outside the front door. Current magazines and newspapers for adults will be housed in the Mezzanine area with the back issues. The picture book collection and storytimes will be held in the Current Periodicals section. The north portion of YS and second floor bathrooms will be closed to the public. The south portion of YS will be arranged to accommodate the collection. Other public areas may be closed during this time. Please note signage throughout the Library regarding open and closed areas. Feel free to call the Library with questions at any time
6 Greener Choices Global Water Scarcity Something to Worry About on the Shores of the Great Lakes? Thursday, May 28, 7:00 Two local experts, Henry Henderson, Midwest Director of the Natural Resources Defense Council and Peter Mulvaney, Sustainability Specialist at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, present the global picture of water scarcity and how water is used within the USA, followed by the importance of legal and social protections of the Great Lakes Basin. What s in Your Backyard? Local Tree Identification Saturday, June 27, 10:30 Come learn about local trees! Learn to identify your neighborhood trees, plus find the best books and apps to help you learn on your own. Discover which trees to plant in your yard, for bird habitat as well as beauty and shade. Learn basic strategies for protecting your trees from environmental stresses and how you can volunteer to help keep our local woodlands healthy. Presented by conservation biologist Karen Glennemeier. Calling All Travelers! The Library is looking for presenters for our weekly Armchair Travels series. If you have traveled the globe (or even just the Midwest!) we d love to have you speak at this friendly and informal group. The Library has staff available to help put together your presentation. For more information, please contact Sarah Beth Brown at After the Fast Lane Antiques Appraisal with Frederick Dose Saturday, May 9, 2:30 Find out what to look for when evaluating your old treasures. The first 35 to sign up may bring a hand-held item or photo of larger items such as furniture, for evaluation by Mr. Dose, who has been evaluating art and antiques since For artwork, provide artist s name prior to the program. No jewelry or accessories. Sign up online via the Library events calendar or call What Do We Know About Super Agers Tuesday, June 9, 7:00 We all hope to age gracefully, i.e., in the best physical and mental shape possible. The SuperAging Study at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine s Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer s Disease Center (CNADC) is looking at people aged 80 and older who have done just that. This study seeks to identify the factors that contribute to brain health in these SuperAgers and to apply these findings to understanding how we can enhance memory and cognition in the general population. Dr. Emily Rogalski, PhD, Associate Research Professor at the CNADC, will discuss the study and its findings. Co-sponsored with Services for Adults Staying In Their Homes (SASI), a nonprofit supporting the efforts of older adults to age in their homes. Sign up online via the Library events calendar or call Focus on Genealogy Introduction to Ancestry.com Wednesday, May 20, 1:30 Ancestry.com is the largest and one of the most popular genealogy products used today. Learn the basics of navigating this Library resource to discover your family s history. Time will be provided for your own hands-on searching. You may be lucky enough to find your parent s yearbook photo! Basic computer skills required. Registration required. Sign up online via the Library events calendar or call Armchair Travels Every Thursday, 1:00 See the world without ever leaving Wilmette. Armchair Travels brings you speakers who have traveled the globe. Light refreshments are served each week beginning at 12:30. Current Events Roundtable Mondays, May 4 & 18, and June 1 &15, 10:00 Current Events Roundtable is the place to enjoy your second cup of coffee along with a roundup of the leading national, international, and local news of the day. Moderated by Deerfield resident Don Levinthal. Veterans Roundtables Korean/Vietnam War: May 6 & June 3 World War II: May 20 & June 17 All sessions at 10:00 Conversations are lively, the coffee plentiful, and participants rarely miss a meeting. 6
7 TeenTalk Talk Talk Teen Pizza Study Nights Loyola: Auditorium, Tuesday, May 12 & Wednesday, May 13 New Trier: Auditorium, Wednesday, June 3 & Thursday, June 4 Regina Dominican: Teen Room, Wednesday, May 27 High school students are invited to a snack break during exams. Join us at 7:00 sharp for pizza for New Trier and Loyola, and refreshments for Regina. We ll serve until it s gone. The Auditorium will be available in the afternoon and evening for group study. Teen Advisory Board (TAB) Sunday, May 17, 7:00, & Wednesday, June 17, 7:00 The June TAB meeting celebrates the summer reading club theme by having teens learn about records, or vinyl. We ll view the Library's record collection, pick out some albums, and play them on a record player. SCORE Small Business Help One-on-One Counseling Schedule a free, one-hour session with Mark Lieberman, a SCORE mentor and Kellogg MBA, who started four small businesses. Go to www. scorechicago.org and click on Make an Appointment to sign up. Foreign Film Screening Films at 9:30, refreshments beginning at 9:00. May 21: The Arrangement, United States Fiber Arts Group Thursdays, 10:00, Small Meeting Room Calling all knitters and stitchers. Bring your project for an informal session and share your expertise and wisdom. Refreshments served. Renovation Update Starting on or around June 1, we will transition from the first phase of the renovation to the second phase, which will last from June-August. The second phase will continue the projects begun in the first phase, including updating Youth Services, renovating bathrooms, and installing new ductwork for our heating and cooling system. Here is what to expect during phase two: 1. Work in Youth Services will move to the north side of the building. In phase one, work occurred in the south half of the department. On June 1, the collections currently in the north half will move to the southern half, and the north half will be closed to the public. The picture book collection and storytimes will continue to be in the Current Periodicals Room. 2. Second floor bathrooms will be closed to the public. Bathrooms will be available on the first floor and lower levels. Please keep this in mind if you visit the library with small children. 3. The third floor Adminstration offices will be closed for renovations. Administration, including Community Services, will be located in the third floor Tech Services office space. They will be available by appointment during this time. 4. Even before we transition to phase 2, geothermal wells will be dug in the front yard at some point during May and/or June. For more about the geothermal heating system, please see p. 5. As in the previous phase, other minor work will occur throughout the building. Keep an eye out for signage marking any change to the collection or traffic flow, and, as always, feel free to ask our librarians if you have any questions. A few snapshots from our big renovation... Preparing a new floor in place of the skylight in Youth Services. One of the workers used stilts to reach the ceiling. Digital Universe All workshops require registration and are one hour unless noted. Register through the Library s online calendar or call ipad Basics & Q&A Session Wednesdays, May 27 or June 10, 10:00 Need help getting started with your ipad? The first hour of this class will take you on a tour of the basic features and functions of your ipad. The second hour will be available for questions and answers. ipads provided for class use. E-Books Mondays, May 18 or June 15, 7:00 Learn how to download library ebooks and eaudiobooks to your computer, tablet, ereader, or mobile device. Take a tour of MyMediaMall and OneClickDigital, discuss some common problems, and walk through a download. 7
8 wilmettelibrary.info Wilmette Public Library 1242 Wilmette Avenue Wilmette IL Non-profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Wilmette IL Permit No. 51 Wilmette Public Library 1242 Wilmette Ave Wilmette, IL wilmettelibrary.info Board of Trustees Kathleen O Laughlin, President Virginia George, Vice-president Lisa McDonald, Secretary Ronald Rodgers, Treasurer Jan Barshis Michael Levitan Stuart Wolf Ellen B. Clark, Director Sarah Beth Brown, Editor Regular Library Hours Monday-Friday 9am-9pm Saturday 9am-5pm Sunday 1pm-9pm Sundays starting June 7: 1pm-5pm POSTAL PATRON Read to the Rhythm with the Youth Summer Reading Club Rock, roll, and read to the rhythm this summer with the Wilmette Public Library! Kids, join the Summer Reading Club and enjoy good books and fun prizes. Prereaders and independent readers, sign up between Tuesday, May 26 and Sunday, July 26. Read at least 20 minutes a day on 20 different days to earn a free book and entry into a prize drawing. The club is open to infants through kids entering grade 9. Reporting for both prereaders and independent readers begins on Monday, June 15. Please note that the Reading Club is open to Wilmette and Kenilworth residents and to nonresidents who attend Wilmette and Kenilworth schools. The Club is funded through the generosity of the Friends of the Wilmette Library. Upcoming Closings Sunday, May 24 Monday, May 25 Book Drop-off Sites Library parking lot Community Recreation Center Plaza del Lago Books Down Under Monday: 1pm-5pm Tuesday & Thursday: 9am- 5pm, 7pm-8:45pm Wednesday & Friday: 11:30am-5pm Saturday: 9am-4:45pm BDU is closed on Sundays during renovation. The Library would like to thank the Friends of the Wilmette Public Library for generously funding the following programs: Adult Summer Reading Club After the Fast Lane Friday Night Jazz Series Greener Choices Storywalk in the Park Sunday Afternoon Classical Concert Youth Summer Reading Club If you are interested in supporting the Library by joining the Friends, please contact them at
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