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1 WHAT S INSIDE General Information...2 Children s Programs Teen Programs Adult Programs Technology...12 En Español Program Calendar LIBRARY HOURS Mon-Thurs 9 am-9 pm Fri & Sat 9 am-5 pm Sun 1 pm-5 pm Closed Sundays Memorial Day-Labor Day FALL 2016 Program Guide LIBRARY CLOSINGS Monday, September 5 Labor Day Friday, November 11 Veterans Day Thursday, November 24 Thanksgiving Day Saturday, December 24 Christmas Eve Day Sunday, December 25 Christmas Day Sunday, January 1 New Year s Day NOON Friday, Dec 2

2 2 General Information General Information Board of Trustees President Lynn Poper Samalea Vice President Dr. John Markley Secretary Esperanza Chavez Treasurer Nancy K. Henricksen Trustees Carol Boban Gail Gawlik Diane M. Harris Emita R. Ostrem Library Interim Directors Helene Marzec Laura Yanchick Get a Library Card Any resident of the city of Joliet may apply for a library card at the Circulation Desk at either location. 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. 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. 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 MAIN LIBRARY 150 N Ottawa St, Joliet, IL Facebook facebook.com/jolietpubliclibrary 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 someone in the Community Engagement Office 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 Publicity Specialist, Joliet Public Library by telephone, , by to or in writing, not less than five (5) working days prior to the meeting. BLACK ROAD BRANCH 3395 Black Rd, Joliet, IL Twitter twitter.com/jolietlibrary

3 Children s Programs Children s Programs 3 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 =Main Library LS Lapsit Birth-24 mos Caregivers and babies will enjoy playing games, singing songs, reading stories, and chasing bubbles! This is a great first playgroup for children and a great opportunity to meet other caregivers. FP Free Play Time Birth-24 months Spend time talking or playing with other parents/children before and after Lapsit! CLM Curious Little Monkeys Play Group Birth-36 mos This parent-child play experience combines elements of traditional lapsit with an additional ½ hour of theme-related free play activity. SS Family Storytime in Spanish All ages Hear stories, sing and make a craft! Black Road Branch =Black Road Branch TT Toddler Time 18 mos-3 yrs Toddler time is a story program for children who are too big for lapsit and are not yet ready for the structure of storytime. Your child will enjoy stories, games, songs, movement activities, and a simple craft. PS Preschool Storytime 3-5 yrs A chance for children to explore the world of books through stories, songs, and crafts. Each week begins with a special visit by our puppet mascot Jamberry Bear, and finishes with each child marching and playing an instrument in JPL s very own storytime parade! FS Family Storytime Birth - 6 yrs All your favorite storytime elements will be combined into one event, including stories, bubbles, songs, parachute play, and crafts. Bilingual Storytime Ages 3-6, no registration required This special storytime for Spanish and English speakers will give children exposure to books and activities in both languages. Thurs, Sept 8, Oct 6, Nov 10, Dec 8 1-1:45 pm Littlest Makers Ages 18 months-5 years with adult, registration opens Aug 29, Oct 11, Oct 31 Tinker, design, and create together. Join us and explore new materials, tools, and processes as you make a project to take home. Sometimes creativity can get messy, so dress your little maker (and yourself) in old clothes. Magnets Slime Marshmallow Geometry Mon, Sept 19, Oct 24, Nov am Developmental Screenings Ages 0-2, no registration Children ages birth to 36 months can get a free developmental stages screening from Child and Family Connections. Stop by before or after storytime to fill out a survey and see for yourself all the great things your child is learning and doing. Thurs, Oct 13 Wed, Oct 12 or Sat, Oct 15 9:30-11 am 9:30 am-12 pm am

4 4 Children s Programs Children s Programs Minecraft Grades 2-6, registration opens Aug 22, Sept 19, Oct 17, Nov 21 Learn new tricks and skills to bring your imagination to virtual reality in Minecraft! Tues, Sept 6, Oct 4, Nov 1, Dec 6 3:30-5 pm Sat, Sept 10, Nov 5 & Mon, Oct :30 pm Crazy Eights Math Registration opens Aug 22 Who knew that math could be so much fun? We will shoot slingshots and catapults, compete in a toilet paper Olympics, decipher codes and participate in other fun activities. Gr. K pm Gr pm Thurs, Sept 8-Oct 27 Gr. K-2 4:30-5:30 pm Gr :30-5:30 pm Tues, Sept 13-Nov 1 Fairy Tale Engineering Grades K-2, registration opens Aug 22, Sept 19, Oct 24 Design a house to keep the three little pigs safe or create a parachute for Jack to escape the top of the beanstalk. We will examine the problems of fairy tale characters and engineer a solution. Three Little Pigs House Design Humpty Dumpty Egg Drop Jack and the Parachute Thurs, Sept 8, Oct 6, Nov 10 4:30-5:30 pm Snap Circuits Grades 2-6, registration opens Aug 29, Sept 26, Oct 31 Work with your friends to build a radio, burglar alarm, microphone or other gadgets. Mon, Sept 12, Oct 10, Nov 14 4:30-5:30 pm Barbie Club Children of all ages, no registration required Come play with our Barbies and their dream house and have some fun! Dolls and accessories will be provided. Mon, Sept 12, Oct 10, Nov pm Pokémon League Grades 2-8, no registration, children who want to duel should bring their own deck of 60 cards. Become a Pokémon Master and take on your friends during free play or a tournament! Wed, Sept 14, Oct 12, Nov 9 6:30-8:30 pm Language 101 Grades 3-6, registration opens Aug 29, Oct 3, Oct 31 Ever wanted to learn to speak another language? Join us at Language 101 to get an introduction! Sign Language French Spanish Thurs, Sept 15, Oct 20, Nov 17 4:30 5:30 pm Peter Rabbit Puppet Show All ages, no registration required Join us for The Puppet Place s performance of The Tale of Peter Rabbit, Beatrix Potter s classic tale of a mischievous bunny who just can t stay out of Mr. McGregor s garden. Sat, Sept :45 am Sat, Sept 17 1:30 2:15 pm Art Smart Grades K-5 (parental assistance required for grades K-1), registration opens Aug 29, Oct 3, Nov 7 Enjoy art using a wide variety of materials and techniques. Tues, Sept 20, Oct 18, Nov 22 3:30 5 pm Video Game Night Grades 1-6, no registration required Don t be a vidiot-come to video game night. Wii have an arcade! Tues, Sept 20, Oct 18, Nov pm Family Field Trip JJC Planetarium Mon, Sept 19 4:15-5:30 pm Ages 4-12 with adult, registration opens Aug 29 Take a trip through the current night sky during this seasonal show, and see what it would be like to travel to the moon! Please meet by 4:15 pm to make sure you find our group. JJC Planetarium F Building on JJC Main Campus 1215 Houbolt Road, Joliet Main Library

5 Children s Programs Children s Programs 5 Fuzzy Fun All Ages, registration opens Sept 6 Bring the family and learn to make Pompoms, God s Eyes, and other fun yarn crafts. Thurs, Sept 22 6:30-7:30 pm Block Party Builders Club Ages 4-12, no registration required Work in teams to make a LEGO masterpiece. that will be displayed that week in the library. The library will supply all the Legos you bring the brains! Mon, Sept 26, Oct 24, Nov 28 4:30 5:30 pm Tues, Sept 13, Oct 11, Nov pm Robotics Ages 9-14, registration opens Sept 12 Come build a Lego robot and learn how to code it to do your will. Tues, Sept 27, Oct 11, Oct 25, Nov 8, Nov 29 4:30-6 pm LOL Book Club Grades 2-4, registration opens Sept 12, Oct 10, Nov 14 Do you like to laugh? Come and talk about funny books in our Laugh Out Loud (LOL) Book Club. Wed, Sept 28, Oct 26, Nov 30 4:30 5:30 pm Peppa Pig Party Ages 1-5, no registration required Celebrate every child s favorite character, Peppa Pig! Join us for games, crafts, and more. We are hosting the perfect Peppa Pig party that will have children oinking in joy! Thurs, Sept am Magician Anthony Stockton All ages, no registration required At 3 years old, Anthony s parents bought him his very first magic kit. Over the years, Anthony s fascination with magic has grown. Whether it s close-up magic, strolling magic, or a stage performance, Anthony is sure to amaze you. Sat, Oct pm Harry Potter Book Club Grades 4-8, registration opens Sept 19, Oct 3, Nov 7 Interested in a book group that s a bit magical? Join us to discuss books from the Harry Potter series, beginning with our October book: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer s Stone. Mon, Oct 3, Nov 7, Dec 5 4:30-5:30 pm Guys Read Grades 4-5, registration opens Sept 19, Oct 17, Nov 21 Enjoy books, conversation and pizza. Tues, Oct 4, Nov 1, Dec 6 6:30 7:30 pm Pop-Up Theater Grades 4-8, registration opens Sept 26 Are you ready to LOL? We re going to turn some funny books into scripts, have a practice run, and then put on a show with some photo worthy props. Mon, Oct pm Paint and Sip, Jr Grades 3-6, registration opens Sept 26 Grab a juice box and learn how to replicate a painting with step-bystep instructions. Wed, Oct 12 4:30-6 pm Halloween Spooktacular All ages, registration opens Oct 10 Bring the whole family for a Halloween extravaganza! Come in costume for exciting stories, games, crafts, and snacks that will be taking place throughout the library. Thurs, Oct 27 6:30-8:00 pm Halloween Drop-in Crafts All ages, no registration required Pumpkins, spiders, monsters...oh my! Come create creepy crafts. You might make a mask that ll scare the pants off your mom. Fri, Oct 28 All day, while supplies last Black Road Branch

6 6 Children s Programs Children s Programs Día de los Muertos All ages, no registration required Families of all cultures are invited to celebrate el Día de los Muertos (The Day of the Dead). This special celebration, honoring the deceased, will include a performance by Our Lady of Mount Carmel s Ballet Folklorico, crafts, games, and an all-ages costume contest. Tues, Nov 1 6:30-7:30 pm Stitch It All ages, registration opens Oct 17 Get the family together to make key chain friends with felt and basic hand stitching. Thurs, Nov 3 6:30-7:30 pm Mary Poppins Party Ages 4 and up with adult; registration opens Oct 24 It s supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Please join us to watch a great movie, play fun games, and eat treats. Sat, Nov pm (Movie starts at 1:30 pm) Comic Book Workshop Grade 4 and up, registration opens Oct 24 Creating a great comic book involves telling an engaging story with interesting characters. Artist Dan Laib will teach you tricks that artists use to tell a compelling story in a visual manner. Sat, Nov :30 pm Family Field Trip Marcos Pizza Ages 4-12 with adult, registration opens Oct 31 Get a behind the scenes look at Marcos Pizza and, even better, make your own mini pizza! Tues, Nov 15 4:30 5:30 pm or 6:30 7:30 pm Marcos Pizza 1560 IL Rte. 59, Joliet, IL Stories with Santa All ages, no registration required Santa s helpers will share seasonal stories. Children will have the opportunity to meet Santa and spend time doing activities with their families. This event is co-sponsored by the Will County Reading Council. Tues, Dec 13, 6:30-8 pm Wed, Dec 14, 10-11:30 am Easy Origami Grade 3 and up, no registration required Try your hand at paper folding. We will make a variety of shapes, animals, and holiday decorations. Thurs, Dec pm Origami butterfly design courtesy of FreePik. Thank you to our 2016 Summer Reading Program Sponsors: Applebee s Babe s Hot Dogs CPX Sports Dairy Queen Dan s Homemade Candies Domino s Pizza Family Fun Zone Firehouse Subs Fresh Thyme Farmers Market FunFlatables Gji s Sweet Shoppe Golden Corral Hamburgerseria Haunted Trails Home Cut Donuts Jimmy John s Joliet Park District Joliet Public Library Friends Joliet Town & Country Jump Zone Lou Malnati s Pizzeria Lanes Marco s Pizza McDonald s Mr Submarine Noodles & Company Oberweis Ice Cream and Dairy Store Panda Express Rax Roast Beef Rich & Creamy Sky Zone Trampoline Park Subway Taco Bell TCBY Texas Roadhouse Main Library

7 Teen Programs Teen Programs 7 Escape the Room Are you up the challenge? Use your puzzle solving skills and work together with other teens to escape the room in time. Thurs, Sept 8 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 Library Nerdy Con you can do it all! Mon, Sept 12, Oct 10 & Nov 14 Friday Night Madness After hours event for teens. Note: teens must be in by 5 pm and cannot leave until 7 pm. Fri, Sept 9 & Dec 9 4:30-7 pm Giant Board Games Grades 6-12, registration required Try out giant games of Jenga, Pac-Man, and Yahtzee. There will also be normal board games to play as well! Thurs, Sep pm 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. Tues, Sept 20, Oct 18, Nov 15, & Dec 13 Otaku Day Grades 7-12, registration required Celebrate all things Anime and Manga. We ll watch anime and discuss manga. Thurs, Sept 22 & Nov 3 Pizza Making & Tour Join us at Marco s Pizza in Joliet as we tour the restaurant and make mini pizzas. Mon, Sep 26 Marco s Pizza 1560 IL Rte. 59, Joliet Teen Book Club Grades 8-12, registration required a week before event to ensure copy of book for next meeting Join other teens in discussing various books. Free book and ice cream are provided. Thurs, Sept 29, Oct 27, Dec 15 Tues, Nov 22 Paint N Sip Grab a juice box and learn how replicate a painting with step-by-step instructions. Wed, Oct 5 Weapons of Mass Destruction Learn how to make catapults, launchers, and more using simple office supplies. Thurs, Oct 13 Page-To-Screen Grab some popcorn and enjoy Jungle Book at our teen movie night. Wed, Oct pm Black Road Branch

8 8 Teen Programs Teen Programs Spooktacular Madness Friday Night Madness spooktacular style. Costumes are encouraged, but not required! Note: Teens must be in by 5 pm and cannot leave until 7 pm. Fri, Oct 28 4:30-7 pm Gooey Creations Grades 6-12, registration is required Learn how to create different types of slime. Tues, Nov pm Taste-Bud-Extravaganza Explore different and new foods to see what will make your taste buds sing or zing. Wed, Nov 9 Spa Day Learn how to make your own DIY spa treatments such as body scrubs, candles, and soap. Thurs, Nov 10 Laser Tag Madness Friday Night Madness Laser Tag Style. Note: Teens must be in by 5 pm and cannot leave until 7 pm. Fri, Oct 28 4:30-7 pm Books and Pizza Enjoy eating pizza while learning about the new & hot books. Tues, Nov 29 Gingerbread Houses Test your building skills and see if you can master the gingerbread house. Thurs, Dec 1 Post-It Note Art Grab some post-it notes and help decorate our library windows. Movie Poster Exhibit All ages, no registration required ATTENTION, Movie Lovers of all ages! A film art enthusiast and movie poster collector will be at the Library showcasing his collection of soon to be released feature films and those now showing. With posters for all of the genres, Library visitors are invited to match clues and/or descriptions on a game sheet with the appropriate movie poster on display. Entries submitted will be placed in a drawing for a chance to win a Visa gift card! Please note: This is NOT a poster sale, but an exhibit of his personal collection for patron enjoyment. Sat, Sept 10 9 am-4:15 pm Thurs, Dec pm Main Library

9 Adult Programs Adult Programs Years of Shakespeare All ages, no registration required 2016 marks 400 years of Shakespeare! Stop in anytime between September 6-16 as we honor the Bard s legacy. Make sure to cast a vote for your favorite sonnet! Celebrate Shakespeare Party All ages, no registration required Celebrate the Bard s 400 years! Help us honor Shakespeare s legacy. Bring your camera! Join us for refreshments and prizes! Sat, Sept 17 11am- 2pm I-CASH Adult program, no registration required Did you know that one in eight Illinois residents has an asset to be claimed in I-Cash? Assets available include everything from stocks and CDs, to safe deposit boxes and valuables. A representative from the Illinois State Treasurer s Unclaimed Property Division will be available to assist you through the simple process of reclaiming money or assets. With $1.5 billion dollars in cash plus contents from Illinois bank safe deposit boxes, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain! Last consultation will be taken at 8:15 pm. Wed, Sept 7 6-8:30 pm Movie Night for Adults All ages with adult caregiver, no registration required Enjoy a free movie and some light refreshments at the Library! Mon, Sept 12 Miracles from Heaven (PG) 2016 Mon, Nov 14 Money Monster (R) pm Are you registered to vote? Election Day is November 8th! Adults, no registration required The Library is offering voter registration for Illinois residents on the following dates at Black Road Branch. Sat, Sept am-4 pm Sat, Oct 1 10 am-4 pm Black Road Branch One Pot Meals with Chef Rose Deneen All ages with adult caregiver, registration is required Come join Chef Rose Deneen as she demonstrates how to create three one pot meals in an hour: Skillet Macaroni and Cheese, Pressure Cooker Pulled Pork, and Saucepan Chicken and Dumplings. Sampling of the dishes is available for registered attendees only. Sat, Sept pm Journey Care Screening of Being Mortal All ages, no registration required Journey Care will hold a free, community screening of the documentary, Being Mortal. The film underscores the importance of people planning ahead and talking with family members about end-of-life decisions. Following the screening, audience members can participate in a guided conversation regarding the steps to identify and communicate wishes about end-of-life goals and preferences. Participants will also receive a free copy of an advance care planning tool, Five Wishes. Mon, Sept 19 Get Graphic Adults 18 and over only, no registration required 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! Wed, Sept 21 The New Suicide 1: Pure Insanity Tues, Nov 16 The Witcher 1: House of Glass 6:30-7:30 pm The Tree of Joliet 22 W Cass St, Joliet

10 10 Adult Programs Adult Programs Cult Classic Cinema All ages with adult caregiver, no registration required ATTENTION Film Enthusiasts! The Library will be screening two movies that go against the mainstream. These definitive films are sure to demonstrate innovation and originality as they blur and push generic conventionality. Enjoy a free movie and some light refreshments at the Library! Sat, Sept 24 1 pm Harold and Maude (PG) 3 pm The Advntures of Buckaroo Bonzai (PG) Movie in Spanish All ages with adult caregiver, no registration required Enjoy a free movie in Spanish and some light refreshments at the Library. Mon, Oct 3 Ratchet and Klank 6-8 pm Mango Languages Database: Learn Spanish Demo All ages with adult caregiver, no registration required Learn to speak Spanish like a native! Visit the reference desk on the 2nd floor to learn more about Mango, our free, foreign language database, in these brief, drop-in demonstrations. Wed, Oct 5 Salsa Tasting All ages with adult caregiver, no registration required Come meet and mingle with other salsa lovers while enjoying a variety of mild to hot salsas. Sat, Oct 8 2 3:30 pm. R.I.P. Midwest Paranormal All ages with adult caregiver, registration required Listen to R.I.P. Midwest Paranormal Group discuss their recent visits to haunted places (including our Main Building location!), talk about the equipment they use, and answer questions about things that go bump in the night! Sat, Oct :30 pm 2nd Annual Joliet Public Library All ages, children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult caregiver, no registration required Celebrate our version of Oktoberfest at our 2 nd Annual Rootbeer Festival! Sample and vote for your favorite root beer. Join us for trivia, snacks, and prizes! Sun, Oct pm NEW in 2016! LIVE MUSIC! Horror Movie Monday All ages with adult caregiver, no registration required Like a good scare? Watch this pair of frightening feature films while munching on some special spooktacular treats! Mon, Oct pm The Forest (PG 13) 6-8 pm Insidious Chapter 3 (PG 13) Managing Type 2 Diabetes All ages with adult caregiver, registration required Dr. Vida Puodziunas from Healthy Connection Physical Medicine will be discussing the causes of Type 2 Diabetes, healthy ways to manage the condition, and possible treatment options. Wed, Nov pm Film Noir Friday All ages with adult caregiver, no registration required Enjoy 1, 2 or 3 classic film noir movies and some light refreshments at the Library! Fri, Nov 4 9:30-11:30 am Suspicion (1941) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock 11:30 am-1:30 pm The Woman in the Window (1944) Directed by Fritz Lang 1:30-3:30 pm The Asphalt Jungle (1950) Directed by John Huston Main Library

11 Adult Programs Adult Programs 11 A Salute to Veterans! Adults, registration required Enjoy an afternoon show and refreshments with Ron and Sandie, a terrific song and dance team paying tribute to those who serve. Bring your family and friends! Sat, Nov pm Meet Santa and Snack! All ages with adult caregiver, no registration required Heading to the Holiday parade? Join us at the Library to sit on Santa s lap, make simple crafts, and enjoy some festive treats! Fri, Nov 25 Santa will be visiting at 10 am, 12 pm, and 2 pm. Gifts from Your Kitchen Adults, registration required Pastry Chef Rose Deneen demonstrates how to create and package some unique homemade gifts for the holiday season. Tasting and recipes included along with the opportunity to win a gift to take home! Sat, Dec pm The Essential Christmas Carol All ages with adult caregiver, registration required Through storytelling, presenter William Pack shares the curious origins behind one of the most popular stories ever written. Then, using the 1867 Charles Dickens script, Mr. Pack performs a reading of A Christmas Carol enhanced by a modern re-creation of a magic lantern slide show popular during Dickens lifetime. Sat, Dec 10 2 pm Guess How Many Ornaments All ages From November 25 th through December 15 th, visit the reference desk on the 2 nd floor of the Main Library and estimate the number of ornaments in the container on the desk. Submit your guess for a chance to win a $25 gift card! The drawing for the gift card will occur on Dec 16 th and the winner will be notified that day. Nov 25-Dec 15?? Thank you to our generous partners for another wonderful event! Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau, Joliet Area Historical Museum, Downtown City Center Partnership, Friends of the Joliet Public Library, D Arcy Buick--GMC, NuMark Credit Union, Penguin Random House Publishing, and Voyager Media Publications. Black Road Branch

12 12 Technology Technology Safe Browsing Workshop Registration required Discover the benefits of safe browsing on the Internet. We ll talk about what is available in regards to FREE software that protects 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. Mon, Sept am-1 pm Tues, Oct pm Wed, Nov pm Introduction to Photoshop Registration required Learn how to use basic tools to enhance images in this hands-on class! Have Fun! Discover the power of Photoshop. Two sessions are one class. Tue, Oct 11, Wed Oct 12 6:30-8:30 pm Tue, Oct 25, Tue Nov 1 6:30-8:30 pm Adobe Premiere Elements Video Editing Registration required You shot 100s of hours of video on your phone, tablet, or camera. Now what? Edit them into a short or long video of your vacation, wedding, presentation, how-to, or release your creative side produce a music video, drama, or comedy. There is no limit to what you can do. Add narration and music. We will be using the leading industry standard software, Adobe Premiere Elements, an affordable software that works well with Adobe Photoshop. Camera, Action, Edit. Wed, Sept 21 6:30-8:30 pm Wed, Sept 28 6:30-8:30 pm Digital Media Studio The Digital Media Studio, also known as the DMS, is now located in their new, bigger space on the Lower Level of the Main Library. The studio is equipped with both Macs and PCs for industry-standard image, video, and audio editing. The DMS staff is available to assist you with a variety of multimedia projects. You can design posters, create and record music or podcasts, build websites, edit photos, create animations, and much more! There are two 3D printers that can be used with staff assistance. DMS users are welcome to come in to design an object and then observe the 3D printers in action. There is a $1 setup fee and a charge of 10 per 1 gram of plastic. Most jobs are under $3 to create. Need a poster? The Digital Media Studio is equipped with a large format, full color printer for those 24 x 36 and 18 x 24 print jobs. Prints are ready within 2 business days after receipt and cost $15-$20, depending on size. Larger sizes are also available at a higher cost. Contact the Digital Media Studio for more information or to set up a reservation. Phone: (815) 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 Every Wednesday in the Digital Media Studio, Lower Level 10 am-12 pm Main Library

13 En Español En Español 13 Programas En Español Hora de Cuentos en español Familias, no se requiere registrarse Venga con toda la familia para escuchar cuentos canciones y hacer una artesanía. cada martes 6:30 pm Movie in Spanish / Película en español para Familias Todas las edades, no es necesario registrarse Traiga a su familia a la biblioteca para ver una película en español. Gratuito para todos. Refrescos para los que asitan. lunes, Oct 3 Ratchet and Klank 6-8 pm Descargue música gratuita con Freegal! Descargue y reproduzca música de forma gratuita con la tarjeta de su biblioteca en Freegal Music! Freegal ofrece acceso a más de ocho millones de canciones de más de 80 países. Los géneros incluyen banda, bolero, flamenco, folklórica, latina, merengue, norteña, reggaetón, salsa, samba, tango y tropical. Los miembros de JPL pueden descargar cinco canciones por semana y transmitir por tres horas al día. Comience: Visite nuestra pagina / downloadables y haga clic en el enlace Freegal. También puede descargar la aplicación desde la tienda de aplicaciones buscando Freegal Music. Necesita crear un perfil en Freegal. Ingrese su numero de credencial y su numero de identificación personal-los ultimos 4 numeros de su credencial. Aprenda un nuevo idioma con Mango Languages! Aprenda a hablar un nuevo idioma con este servicio gratuito de aprendizaje en línea. Tenemos disponibles actualmente: español, inglés como segundo idioma, árabe, chino, francés, alemán, griego, hebreo, italiano, japonés, polaco y ruso. Comience: Visitando /resources y creando un perfil en Mango. Ingrese su numero de credencial y su numero de identificación personal-los ultimos 4 numeros de su credencial. Reciba revistas en español de manera gratuita en su dispositivo electrónico! Disfrute de sus revistas favoritas, como Cosmopolitan en Español, Buen Hogar, Vanidades, TV y Novelas y otros títulos utilizando Zinio. También tenemos revistas en inglés incluyendo US Weekly, Food Network, Reader s Digest, y más! Comience: Visite /downloadables y haga clic en el enlace de Zinio. Necesita crear una cuenta utilizando su credencial de la biblioteca. También puede descargar la aplicación desde la tienda de aplicaciones buscando Zinio. Descubra libros electrónicos con E-Read Illinois! Acceda a miles de títulos de ficción y no ficción, incluyendo títulos en español, con eread Illinois. Este producto es un suplemento a nuestra plataforma de libros electrónicos Overdrive. Ahora puede ver cinco libros electrónicos en Overdrive y cinco más en Axis 360. Comience: Visite /downloadables y haga clic en el enlace de eread Illinois o descargue la aplicación desde la tienda de aplicaciones buscando Axis Reader 360. Necesita crear una cuenta con su credencial de la Biblioteca, y comience a escuchar o a leer su libro electrónico. Sucursal Black Road

14 14 Programas en inglés Programas en inglés Hora de Cuentos Bilingües Edades 3-6, no se requiere registrarse Esta hora de cuentos especial para hablantes de español e inglés les brindará a los niños acceso a libros y actividades en ambos idiomas. jueves, Sept 8, Oct 6, Nov 10, Dec 8 1-1:45 pm Noche de Locura Grados 6-12, se requiere registrarse Un evento emocionante para los adolescentes! Nota: Los adolescents deben llegar a las 5 pm y no pueden salir hasta las 7 pm. viernes, Sept 9, Oct 28, Nov 18, Dec 9 4:30-7 pm Noche de Videojuegos Grados 1-6, no se requiere registrarse Venga y juegue videojuegos con sus amigos! martes, Sept 20, Oct 18, Nov pm Pequeños Creadores Edades de 18 meses a 5 años con un adulto. El registro inicia Aug 29, Oct 17, Oct 31 Jueguen, diseñen y creen juntos. Únase y explore los nuevos materiales, herramientas y procesos mientras crea un proyecto que puede llevar a casa. A veces, la creatividad puede ser un problema, así que vista a su pequeño creador (y usted) con ropa vieja que pueda ser manchada con pintura, tinta y pegamento. lunes, Sept 19, Oct 24, Nov am Cuentos en Panera Bread Edades 3-5 con un adulto, no se requiere registrarse Acompáñanos para unos cuentos y canciones en Panera Bread, localizado en la Westfield Louis Joliet Mall y recibe una galleta gratis. viernes, Sept 9 & 23, Oct 14 & 28, Nov 18, Dec 9 9:30-10:30 am Panera Bread Louis Joliet Mall Grupo de Asesoramiento para Adolescentes Grados 6-12, no se requiere registrarse Obtenga horas de servicio comunitario mientras come bocadillos y comparte sus ideas sobre cómo mejorar el Departamento Adolescente. martes, Sept 20, Oct 18, Nov 15 & Dec 13 Paseos Familiares Edades 4-12 con un adulto, registración empieza Aug 29 y Oct 31 JJC Planetarium Edificio F en el JJC Main Campus 1215 Houbolt Road, Joliet Toma un paseo por el cielo nocturno durante este show y descubre como seria viajar a la luna. lunes, Sept 19 4:15-5:30 pm Marco s Pizza 1560 IL Rte. 59, Joliet Echateun vistazo en la cocina de Marco s Pizza y aún mejor haz tu propia mini pizza! martes, Nov 15 4:30-5:30 pm o 6:30-7:30 pm Cocinando con la Chef Rose Deneen Adultos, se requiere registrarse Chef Rose Deneen demostrará cómo hacer tres comidas con solo una olla el sábado 17 de septiembre en la Biblioteca Principal. El sábado 3 de diciembre, se mostrará cómo crear y empaquetar, regalos hechos en casa para la temporada navideña. Sabado, Sept 17 Comidas en olla Sabado, Dec 3 Regalos de la Cocina 2-3 pm 2-3 pm Biblioteca Principal

15 Program Calendar Program Calendar SEPTEMBER MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT Labor Day Library Closed + 6 Minecraft 3:30p 7 I-Cash 6p Voter Registration 10a 8 Bilingual Storytime 1p Crazy Eights K-2 4p Fairy Tale Eng 4:30p Crazy Eights Gr 3-5 5p Escape the Room 6p 9 Friday Night Madness 4:30p 10 Movie Poster Exhibit 9a Minecraft 2p 12 Safe Browsing 11a Barbie Club 4p Snap Circuits 4:30p Nerdy Con 6p Miracles From Heaven 6p 13 Block Party 4p Crazy Eights 4:30p 14 Pokémon 6:30p 15 Crazy Eights K-2 4p Crazy Eights Gr 3-5 5p Giant Board Games 4p Language 101 4:30p Peter Rabbit 11a Shakespeare 11a Peter Rabbit 1:30p One Pot Meals 2p 19 Littlest Makers 10a Planetarium 4:15p (OS) Journey Care 6p 20 Art Smart 3:30p Crazy Eights 4:30p Video Games 5p TAG 6p 21 Get Graphic 6:30p Adobe Elements 6:30p 22 Crazy Eights K-2 4p Crazy Eights Gr 3-5 5p Otaku Day 6p Fuzzy Fun 6:30p Cult Classic Movies: Harold & Maude 1p Buckaroo Bonsai 3p 26 Block Party 4:30p Marcos Pizza 6p 27 Crazy Eights 4:30p Robotics 4:30p 28 LOL Book Club 4:30p Adobe Elements 6:30p 29 Crazy Eights K-2 4p Crazy Eights Gr 3-5 5p 30 OCTOBER MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT Children s Program Teen Program Adult Program (OS) Off Site Main Library Black Road Branch + Both Locations 1 Magician 1p Voter Registration 10a 3 Harry Potter Club 4:30p Película en español 6p 4 Minecraft 3:30p Crazy Eights 4:30p Guys Read 6:30p 5 Paint and Sip 6p Mango 6p 6 Bilingual Storytime 1p Crazy Eights K-2 4p Fairy Tale Eng. 4:30p Crazy Eights Gr 3-5 5p Saturday Salsa Tasting 2p 9 - Sunday Rootbeer Fest 2p 10 Pop-Up Theater 1p Barbie Club 4p Snap Circuits 4:30p Nerdy Con 6p 11 Safe Browsing 12p Block Party 4p Crazy Eights 4:30p Robotics 4:30p Intro to Photoshop I 6:30p 12 Screenings 9:30a Paint and Sip Jr 4:30p Pokémon 6:30p Intro to Photoshop II 6:30p 13 Screenings 9:30a Crazy Eights K-2 4p Crazy Eights Gr 3-5 5p Mass Destruction 6p Screenings 10a Art Smart 3:30p Crazy Eights 4:30p Video Games 5p TAG 6p 19 Page to Screen 4p 20 Crazy Eights K-2 4p Crazy Eights Gr 3-5 5p Language 101 4:30p RIP Paranormal 2p 24 Movie: Forest 4p Movie: Insidious 6p 31 Happy Halloween! 25 Crazy Eights 4:30p Robotics 4:30p Intro to Photoshop I 6:30p 26 LOL Book Club 4:30p 27 Crazy Eights K-2 4p Crazy Eights Gr 3-5 5p Spooktacular 6:30p Teen Book Club 6p 28 Halloween Crafts (while supplies last) Spooktacular Madness 4:30p 29

16 NOVEMBER MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT 1 Minecraft 3:30p Gooey Creations 4p Crazy Eights 4:30p Guys Read 6:30p Día de los Muertos 6:30p Get Graphic 6:30p (OS) Intro to Photoshop II 6:30p 2 Type 2 Diabetes 6p 3 Otaku Day 6p Stitch It 6:30p 4 Film Noir Friday: Suspicion 9:30a Woman in the Window 11:30a Asphalt Jungle 1:30p 5 Minecraft 2p 7 Harry Potter Club 4:30p 8 Block Party 4p Robotics 4:30p 9 Safe Browsing 4p Taste Bud Extra 6p Pókemon 6:30p 10 Bilingual Storytime 1p Fairy Tale Eng 4:30p Spa Day 6p 11 Veteran s Day Library Closed + 12 Mary Poppins 1p Comic Workshop 1p 14 Littlest Makers 10a Barbie Club 4p Snap Circuits 4:30p Nerdy Con 6p Money Monster 6p 15 Marco s Pizza 4:30p (OS) TAG 6p Marco s Pizza 6:30p (OS) Art Smart 3:30p Video Games 5p Teen Book Club 6p Language 101 4:30p Thanksgiving Day Library Closed + 18 Laser Tag Madness 4:30p 25 Santa Meet & Greet 10a, 12p & 2p 19 Salute to Veterans 2p Nov 25-Dec 3 Black Friday Sale Save 50% on Fines Watch for more info! Block Party 4:30p 29 Robotics 4:30p Books and Pizza 6p 30 LOL Book Club 4:30p DECEMBER Children s Program Teen Program Adult Program (OS) Off Site Main Library Black Road Branch + Both Locations MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT Nov 25 - Dec 15 Guess How many Ornaments 1 Gingerbread Houses 6p 2 Staff Training Library Noon + 3 Gifts From the Kitchen 2p 5 Harry Potter Club 4:30p 6 Minecraft 3:30p Guys Read 6:30p 7 8 Bilingual Storytime 1p Post It Note Art 4p 9 Friday Night Madness 4:30p 10 Christmas Carol 2p TAG 6p Stories with Santa 6:30p 14 Stories with Santa 10a 15 Easy Origami 6p Teen Book Club 6p Christmas Eve Day Library Closed + (& Christmas Day) New Year s Eve Library closed on January 1,

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