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If you don’t have a card yet...
All September long, we’ll be giving
away prizes to our patrons! Anyone
who signs up for a new card this
month will receive two raffle tickets.
On October 8th, we will draw the
winners’ names!
Already have a card? No worries, our loyal
friend. We’ll give you two tickets if you bring
a friend in to sign up or if you renew an expired card. We’ll also give a raffle ticket to
anyone who checks out four items.
Don’t forget: Even if you don’t win anything,
you’ve still signed yourself up for years’
worth of free books, movies, CDs, video
games, and more—as well as subscriptions
to online databases; access to computers, internet, and professional software; and admittance to hundreds of free classes and events.
Do you really need another reason?
Sunday: 1–5
Monday–Thursday: 9–9
Friday–Saturday: 9–5
Closed 9/1 for Labor Day,
Open on Columbus day
Next closing: Thanksgiving
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Help us spread the word! We all benefit from
living in a town where everyone reads well,
knows their neighbors, spends time with
family, and has fun as a community. Your local library has never offered more programs,
services, and material—from reptile shows
to legal seminars; from photo and film digitization to insurance market navigation; from
digital cameras to puzzles and games—so
come in and use it all before someone else
does! If you or someone you know here in
Addison doesn’t have a library card... What
are you waiting for?
All you need for a library card is two forms
of ID; at least one should have a photograph
and one should have your address. That’s
it. No money, no paperwork, no hassle. If
you’re not sure you’ve got the right proof,
just give us a call! (Our number’s below.)
What: Library Card Signup Month
When: September 2–October 7
WhO: You, whether you have a card or not
Why: Because libraries rock!
Guest services
Teen services
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Children’s services
Adult services
Digital services
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Addison Public Library
4 Friendship Plaza
Addison, IL 60101
Published Sept. 2, 2014
Vol. X, Issue 5 (bimonthly)
Adult Events
Teen Events
Children’s Events
En Español
Friends of the Library
Attendance at our events and programs constitutes consent
to be photographed for the library’s publicity purposes.
How can we help?
How can we help you take advantage of a library program?
Call 630.458.3303 with any special needs and we will do
whatever we can to make your trip to the library a success.
VNA is a Medicaid & Medicare Certified Agency, Accepting Public Aid card, Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue
Advantage, Blue Precision, and HMO Illinois plans, Harmony, and most PPOs. Joint Commission Accredited.
VNA also provides care for the uninsured. VNA también ofrece atención a los no asegurados.
Right Care. Right Now. Right Here.
El Cuidado Indicado. Ahora Mismo. Aquí.
Affordable health care for
children and adults
Walk-ins welcome,
same-day care
Free Pregnancy testing
Bilingual staff
In Bensenville:
(630) 892-4355
Cuidado de la salud al
alcance de adultos & niños
No se necesita cita
Pruebas de embarazo gratis
Personal bilingüe
28 N. York Rd.
Between Irving Park Rd and
the Metra station located
on the west side of road
Entre Irving Park Rd y la
estación de Metra situado en
el lado oeste de la carretera
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Tu 8:00am–4:00pm
W 12:00pm–8:00pm
Th–F 8:00am–4:00pm
Sat 8:00am–12:00pm
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Please reserve space at all our events on
our website or by calling 630.458.3320.
Starting, Operating, Funding,
& Protecting Your Business
Tues., Sept. 16, 7–8:15
Attorney John Pankau returns to the library
to lead a seminar on starting a business.
We’ll get a sense of the legal and financial
implications involved in this big decision.
Chicago Ghostlore
Mon., Oct. 13, 7–8
Author Adam Selzer, who also leads tours of
Chicago’s most haunted locations, will tell us
some of Chicago’s scariest stories.
Wills & Trusts
Tues., Oct. 14, 7–8:30
Don’t wait until it’s too late! Attorney John
Pankau and other advisors will present on
what you can do to take care of your family
and your property when you’re gone.
Osteoarthritis: An Overview
Tues., Sept. 30, 10–11
Dr. Ishrat Osman, Internal Medicine Physician at Hamdard Center for Health & Human Services in Addison, will present an informational session on osteoarthritis. Learn
what you can do to reduce your risk and how
you can manage symptoms.
Medicare 101
Wed., Oct. 1, 7–8
Independent broker David Wylly will walk
us through the basics of Medicare: what it
covers, what it doesn’t, and how we can protect ourselves from potential out-of-pocket
cost exposure. He’ll outline Part D prescription coverage and wrap up with an overview
of Medicare Advantage plans.
Very Funny Magic
Thurs., Oct. 16, 7–8
Humorous—and powerful—magician Dennis DeBondt will amaze and entertain us
with tricks as we enter the Halloween season.
Affordable Care Act Explained
Wed., Oct. 22, 7–8
Enroll DuPage in-person assisters will explain the Affordable Care Act to anyone who
still has questions. Learn how the law works,
who is covered, and how you can sign up—
including through free appointments here at
the library. Under the new law, all citizens
must have health insurance! Protect
yourself from penalties and discover if you
qualify for discounted or free coverage.
Meet with a Representative from
Your Congresswoman’s Office
The third Wednesday of the month
Sept. 17 & Oct. 15, 3–5
You can now meet with a representative from
Congresswoman Duckworth’s office right in
our lobby! Receive resources connecting you
with government services and answers to
questions about the federal government. No
appointments or reservations are needed.
Free Yoga Classes
Thurs., Sept. 11 & Oct. 2
Gentle chair yoga: 6:30–7:30
Alignment flow: 7:45–8:45
Gentle chair yoga is great for anyone with
a limited range of motion. Experience the
benefits of yoga in a relaxed setting, working
within your comfort zone. Alignment flow
yoga emphasizes optimal anatomical alignment, blended with the rhythmic, dance-like
qualities of vinyasa flow yoga. Students of all
levels of ability and experience are welcome.
Dress in clothing that allows you to stretch
and bring any props you might want (mats,
straps, blocks, etc.).
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Free Yoga Class
Thurs., Sept. 11 & Oct. 2
Gentle chair yoga: 6:30–7:30
Alignment flow: 7:45–8:45
See the previous page for a description of
our newly-revamped yoga class!
Free Zumba Class
Tues., Sept. 9 & 23, 7–8
Tues., Oct. 7 & 21, 7–8
Gabbi Freschini leads this free beginners’
class that meets twice a month.
Political Discussion Club
Wed., Oct. 1, 7–8:30
Wed., Nov. 5, 7–8:30
Read articles (available online and at the library two weeks before each meeting) and
then meet to discuss them.
Craft Club
The third Monday of each month
Mon., Sept. 15, 7–8:30
Mon., Oct. 20, 7–8:30
Between the Lines
Meets at the Addison Park District
A Walk Across America
Peter Jenkins
Mon., Sept. 15, 10–11
The Light between the Oceans
M.L. Stedman
Mon., Oct. 20, 10–11
Book Bunch
eBay & Craigslist
Tues., Sept. 9, 7–8:30
Thurs., Sept. 11, 10–11:30
Some of the best bargains are sitting on
Craigslist and eBay just waiting to be spotted. Learn how to take advantage of these
platforms to find exciting steals and deals.
Internet Searching
Thurs., Sept. 11, 7–8:30
Fri., Sept. 12, 10–11:30
Anyone feeling a little overwhelmed getting
started on the internet should come to this
introductory class!
Consumer Reports
Library database class
Mon., Sept. 15, 10–11
Tues., Sept. 16, 7–8:30
Thurs., Sept. 18, 10–11:30
Windows 8
Tues., Oct. 21, 7–8:30
Thurs., Oct. 23, 10–11:30
Microsoft’s newest operating system has
thrown some people for a loop. Learn how to
get started on the latest Windows platform.
Tues., Oct. 28, 7–8:30
Thurs., Oct. 30, 10–11:30
Using a Sewing Machine
Find out why everybody is switching to
Gmail and learn how to take advantage of
all of this free service’s features!
Fri., Sept. 19, 10–11:30
Mon., Oct. 6, 10–11:30
Wonder how to actually use a sewing machine? Learn to use the library’s sewing machine so you can get started on your project!
Learn the basics, as well as some very neat
tricks to harness the full potential of your
iOS device.
Countries A to Z
Library database class
Mon., Sept. 29, 10–11
Learn customs, culture, food, religion, languages, and points of interest for 175 countries worldwide.
Tech Check-Outs
Amazing Apps
Discover all the cool gadgets you can take
home from the library for free!
Discover some of the most popular apps for
tablets and smartphones.
Oct. 28, 1:30–2; Oct. 29, 10:30–11;
Oct. 30, 2–2:30
Learn the basics of editing video using
iMovie. We’ll go over trimming, transitions,
titles, music, and more.
We’ll teach you everything you need to know
about getting started on Facebook—from
the tag to the poke.
Breakfast with the Buddha
Learn how to sign up for the village’s new
emergency alert system.
Tues., Oct. 7, 7–8:30
Whether you’re thinking about buying a
Mac or are figuring yours out, we’ll teach
you the basics of the popular PC alternative.
Tues., Sept. 23, 7–8:30
Thurs., Sept. 25, 10–11:30
Sept. 23, 1:30–2; Sept. 24, 10:30–11;
Sept. 25, 2–2:30; also by appointment
Video Editing
Facebook for Beginners
Intro to iPad
Addison: Code Red
Find out how to learn languages quickly and
easily via Mango’s online learning courses!
How to Use a Mac
Chris Bohjalian
Tues., Oct. 7, 7–8
Tech Tidbits
Library database class
Tues., Oct. 7, 10–11
Come explore the online Consumer Reports
database with us through addisonlibrary.org.
The Light in the Ruins
Ron Merullo
Tues., Nov. 4, 7–8
Mango Languages
Tues., Sept. 30, 7–8:30
Thurs., Oct. 2, 10–11:30
Tues., Nov. 4, 7–8:30
Microsoft Office Series
Microsoft Word
Intro: Thurs., Sept. 18, 7–8:30
Intro: Fri., Sept. 19, 10–11:30
Intro: Thurs., Oct. 9, 7–8:30
Intro: Fri., Oct. 10, 10–11:30
Adv. Word: Thurs., Oct. 23, 7–8:30
Adv. Word: Fri., Oct. 24, 10–11:30
Microsoft Excel
Intro: Thurs., Sept. 25, 7–8:30
Intro: Fri., Sept. 26, 10–11:30
Presentation Software
Prezi: Thurs., Oct. 2, 7–8:30
Prezi: Fri., Oct. 3, 10–11:30
PowerPoint: Thurs., Oct. 30, 7–8:30
PowerPoint: Fri., Oct. 31, 10–11:30
Reserve the Creative Studio
Reserve the room: 630.458.3318
You can scan film strips and photos, digitize
VHS and vinyl, record music, and edit digital media for free. Reserve time in the studio
or make a one-on-one appointment.
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Now there’s no reason to suffer with a non-healing wound. Adventist GlenOaks Hospital makes it easy for
you to receive the highest caliber wound care treatment and hyperbaric medicine close to home. The
Adventist GlenOaks Hospital Wound Care Center brings together an expert, highly-specialized team of
doctors, nurses and therapists who are dedicated to healing your wounds. We care for you as an
individual and customize a treatment plan to your unique needs. Most of our treatments are covered by
Medicare, Medicaid, HMOs and other private insurance plans.
Call 630-545-8850 today to learn more or to schedule an appointment.
Wound Care Center Located in the Lagattuta Center For Health
701 Winthrop Ave, Glendale Heights, IL 60139
Physicians and Hospitalists are independent contractor members of the medical staff who are not employees or agents of the hospital. The hospital does not bill you for their services nor for
other services including but not limited to lab and radiology. You should expect separate bills from them. ©2014 Adventist GlenOaks Hospital All rights reserved
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Teen Advisory Group
Tues., Sept. 9 & Oct. 7, 3–5
Be a part of planning our teen events at the
library. We’ll discuss films, technology, crafts,
gaming, and much more.
Tues., Sept. 16 & Oct. 14, 4–6
Our teen-written and -designed publication
is back. We need your art, poetry, jokes, and
recipes for our next issue.
Film Club
Mean Girls
Thurs., September 18, 6 – 8:30pm
Tina Fey’s honest comedy about the cruelty of high school is a new classic.
Horror Film TBD
Thurs., October 30, 6 – 8:30pm
Our Teen Advisory Group will pick this
year’s Halloween movie.
Teen Creative Studio
Halfter Hours
Game Design
It’s an early dismissal day! Come hang at the
library with movies, snacks, and gaming.
Meet a professional game designer and learn
to use Scratch software to build your own 2D
Fri., Sept. 12 and Oct. 24, 12–3
Wed., September 17, 3 – 4:30pm
Build a castle and play capture the flag on
our library’s Minecraft server.
Wed., October 29, 4 – 5:30pm
We’re mixing it up in October with this
creepypasta-inspired game, sure to make you
scream and laugh.
Game On
Fri., Sept. 12, 12–2 & Oct. 10, 3–4:30
We’ll bring out the Xbox360, challenge you
to Super Smash Bros., and provide snacks.
Wed., Sept. 10, 6–7:30
Wed. & Thurs., Oct. 8–9, 6–7:30
Workshop 88 will show you the basics of using this easy electronics platform. Start by
turning on a light and building a mini electronic instrument, then take home one of
our arduino kits to keep building at home.
Book Club
We’ll start by talking about some amazing books, but the conversation has a
tendency wander. Snacks provided!
Copies of the books are available at the
teen desk without a library card.
Picture Me Gone by Meg Rosoff
Wed., Sept. 24, 4–5
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
Book TBD
Wed., Oct. 22, 4–5
Lego Builder
Open Mic Nite
Together we’ll build Dracula’s castle and
a haunted house using two kits with over
3,000 pieces. Our crew assembled LEGO’s
third-largest set over the summer in under
a week.
Bring your music, poetry, writing, comedy-or
just yourself-to our open mic night.
Wed., Oct. 1, 3–5
Thurs., Sept. 25 & Oct. 23, 7–9
Teen Crafts
Tues., Sept. 23, 3:30–5
Come make an adorable paper toy with this
modern version of origami.
Teens are welcome to come to the library’s two adult Halloween programs
(“Chicago Ghostlore” and “Very Funny Magic”). See pg. 3 for details!
Sugar Skull Plushie
Wed., October 15, 3:30–5
Put your sewing skills to good use by making an embroidered felt sugar skull.
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WOW! Readers Have Adopted
a Wolf at Brookfield Zoo
This year, the Children’s Library challenged
summer reading participants to read a combined 10,000 or more hours. Previously, the
record was 7,945 back in 2011. If kids in
Addison could read more than 10,000 hours
this summer, a donor would adopt an animal
at the Brookfield Zoo in their honor.
Not only did the summer reading participants meet the challenge, they significantly
exceeded it! Over the course of our summer
reading program, kids read a total of 11,370
hours, a 53% increase over 2013 and our
highest level ever. The children chose to be
on either the dog team or the cat team for
the challenge. Because the dog team read
the most hours, a Mexican Gray Wolf was
adopted at the zoo. (If the cat team had won,
we would have adopted a tiger). Stop in the
library to see the adoption papers and a photo of our wolf !
To register for ticketed events, call
630.458.3338 or stop by the Children’s
Services desk during your next visit.
To register for all other events, call, stop
by, or visit us online. Our calendar can be
viewed at addisonlibrary.org/events.
Begin with Books Classes
Birth–35 months with adult
Fall Session I
Wednesdays, Sept. 17–Oct. 8, 10–10:30
Thursdays, Sept. 18–Oct. 9, 10–10:30
Registration begins Sept. 6
Fall Session II
Wednesdays, Oct. 29–Nov. 19, 10–10:30
Thursdays, Oct. 30–Nov. 20, 10–10:30
Registration begins Oct. 18
In this parent-child story time, we help
babies and toddlers develop early literacy skills using stories, rhymes, music, and
play. Time to play with toys is included.
Preschool Story Classes
3–5 years
Fall Session I
Wednesdays, Sept. 17–Oct. 8, 10–10:30
Thursdays, Sept. 18–Oct. 9, 10–10:30
Registration begins Sept. 6
Registration guarantees admittance only until the time of the event.
Standby attendance tickets will be distributed 15 minutes before an event begins on
a first-come, first-served basis. These tickets
are only valid if space is available.
Fall Session II
Wednesdays, Oct. 29–Nov. 19, 10–10:30
Thursdays, Oct. 30–Nov. 20, 10–10:30
Registration begins Oct. 18
Preschool children have fun and develop early reading readiness in this course,
which includes books, rhymes, music, and
Bilingual Spanish Stories
Birth–5 years w/ adult
Fall Session I
Tuesdays, Sept. 16–Oct. 7, 10–10:30
Registration begins Sept. 6
Fall Session II
Tuesdays, Oct. 28–Nov. 18, 10–10:30
Registration begins Oct. 18
Children and their parents will enjoy
stories, rhymes, music, and movement
in Spanish and English during Bilingual
Spanish Stories. Children have fun and
develop early reading readiness.
An Addison Public Library card is required
to register for all children’s events. All children’s events are intended for children in
fifth grade and younger.
All events are for kids entering fifth grade in
the fall or younger unless noted.
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Sounds of the Zoo
Fri., Sept. 19, 10:30–11
Registration begins Sept. 6
Come join us for our first music story time!
Together we will sing songs, listen to stories, and play with instruments dancing
like our favorite animals.
Silly Dance Time
Fri., Oct. 17, 10:30–11
Registration begins Oct. 4
Get ready to dance out your sillies! Parents
too! We will learn more songs, play with
rhythm instruments, and sing some great
stories. Parents and children will learn
more about music together in an interactive setting.
NEW: Art in Motion
3–5 years with adult
Drop-in Play with the
DuPage Children’s Museum
Sept. 16 & Oct. 30, 10:30–12:30
All ages with adult; no registration
The DuPage Children’s Museum is taking
exhibits on the road! Their program focuses
on play and learning. Together, children and
caregivers will enjoy toys and portable exhibits only available when the museum visits us.
Hands-on projects that can be done at home
will also be displayed!
Make & Take Crafts
Wed. Oct 8 or Thurs. Oct. 9, 10:30–11
No registration
5 & under with adult
Spend 15 minutes making a craft with us!
NEW: Jumpin’ and Jammin’
3–5 years with adult
Jumpin’ & Jammin’ is an interactive
parent/child music program that involves singing, rhythm instruments,
movement, and stories. It will introduce children to music in a fun, playful
setting while also assisting with early
literacy development and motor skills.
Younger siblings are welcome, too.
There’s no wrong way to make art!
Children will express their creativity
and develop fine motor skills through
art, story, and song. Younger siblings
are welcome, too!
A is for Art!
Mon. Oct. 6, 10–10:30
Registration begins Sept. 27
Children will use paint to create images of
the alphabet.
B is for Big Blot!
Mon. Nov. 3, 10–10:30
Registration begins Oct. 25
Children will use paint and create images
from paint blots.
Apples, Apples!
Tues. Oct. 21, 10–10:45
Registration begins Oct. 11
5 & under with adult
We’ll read apple stories, sing apple songs,
and make apple crafts to celebrate National
Apple Day. Every child will get an apple to
take home with them!
Celebrate Fall with Lois Elhert
Sat., Sept. 20, 2–3
Registration begins Sept. 6
All ages with adult
Many of the stories of Lois Elhert take place
in fall and include leaves, apples, cherries
and birds. Come join us for fall stories, crafts,
cupcakes, and games.
Glue & Go Costumes for Kids
Wed., Oct. 15, 7–8
Tickets available beginning Oct. 4
5 & up with adult
Create your own Halloween costume this
year! Come be inspired with author Holly
Cleeland. Holly will show you how to create
your own costume with things from around
the house. Three costumes will be given
away at the end of performance.
M&M Party
Sat., Oct. 18, 2–3
Registration begins Oct. 4
All ages with adult
Halloween is almost here, so let’s celebrate
with one of the country’s favorite candies.
They’re great for counting, sorting, telling
stories, and (of course) eating. Come have
fun with your food and take some home too!
Dave DiNaso’s
Traveling World of Reptiles
Wed., Nov. 12, 7–8:15
Tickets available beginning Nov. 1
All ages with adult
Back by popular demand! Join us for this upclose, live, and “hands on” experience about
creatures from around the world.
Doughnut Day
Sat., Nov. 15, 2–3
Registration begins Nov. 1
All ages with adult
Come to the library to celebrate National
Doughnut Day. We will start with a delicious
afternoon snack of doughnuts. We will continue the celebration with games, crafts and
stories. Roll on in and have some fun!
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Fun for School-Age Children
Grades 3–5
NEW: Sizzling Science
Grades 1–5
New this fall is “Sizzling Science” a program for grades 1–5 to introduce children to the fun of Science.
Space Week
Mon. Oct. 6, 4–5
Registration begins Sept. 27
Each session includes stories, activities,
and crafts based on the book for that
session. Participants will receive a copy
of the book to keep.
Captain Awesome vs. the Spooky,
Scary House by Stan Kirby
Drop-in Play with
the DuPage Children’s Museum
Captain Awesome sets out to protect
Sunnyview from monsters. When they encounter a haunted house, they suddenly
remember they have homework to do!
The DuPage Children’s Museum is taking
exhibits on the road! Together, children and
caregivers will enjoy toys and portable exhibits only available when the museum visits us.
Hands-on projects that can be done at home
will also be displayed!
Thurs., Oct. 2, 4–5
Registration begins Sept. 20
Celebrate World Space Week with people
all over the world. We’ll learn all about
satellites, make some crafts, and even use
some satellites in the library! Participants
will also be entered to win a pass to the
Cernan Earth and Space Center.
Frindle by Andrew Clements
Thurs., Nov. 6, 4–5
Registration begins Oct. 25
Grades 3–5
Fall Colors
Mon. Nov. 3, 4–5
Registration begins Oct. 25
Come learn about the science of fall. We
will do some experiments with color that
you can take home!
Nick invents a new word to trick his dictionary-loving teacher, but he soon loses
control of his prank!
Stories, games, and activities that focus
on art and artists. Children create their
own art based on a variety of artists’
styles and an assortment of art media.
Alphabet Art with
Artist Trading Cards
Each session includes stories, reading
games, and crafts based on the book for
that session. Participants will receive a
copy of the book to keep.
Amanda Pig, First Grader
by Jean Van Leeuwen
Wed. Nov. 5, 4–5
Registration begins Oct. 25
Wed. Oct 8 or Thurs. Oct. 9, 10:30–11
5 & under with adult
Spend 15 minutes making a craft with us!
Mon. Oct. 13, 2–3
Amanda’s excited for school, and though
everything’s not exactly as she expected,
she begins learning to read and finding
her way.
Pop-up Holiday Cards
Come to the library to build with LEGOs.
We’ll also have stories relating to the theme
of the month.
Thurs. Oct. 9, 4–5
Registration begins Sept. 27
Wed., Oct. 1, 4–5
Registration begins Sept. 20
Sat., Oct. 4, 2–3
Make & Take Crafts
Grades 1–2
Grades 1–5
Sept. 16, 10:30–12:30
Oct. 30, 10:30–12:30
Ready Readers
Young Monets
No registration is required. Children are
admitted on a first-come, first-served
basis. Passes are distributed 15 min. before start time. Space is limited. For all
children with an adult unless noted.
A day off of school is not a day off of fun!
Come spend some time at the library and
play with Play-Doh.
Doug Dahlen, CNC, SFR
Sales Associate
L uLLo
16 West Lake Street
Addison, Illinois 60101
Business 630-628-5947
Cell 630-440-8258
[email protected]
Using tested and proven methods to sell homes fast and for top dollar.
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¡Conversamos! para
Mejorar Nuestro Inglés
Lunes, 7–8:15 con actividades para niños
El primer y tercer sábado, 10–12
Dos grupos se reúnen para practicar charlas
en inglés. ¡No vas a mejorar si no practicas!
Clases durante la noche tienen actividades
para niños.
Información sobre
Obamacare y Access DuPage
Lunes, 27 de octubre, 7–8:30
Asesores de solicitudes certificados de Enroll DuPage y Access DuPage darán una
presentación informativa acerca de la nueva
ley de cobertura médica. Estarán ofreciendo
asistencia gratuita para ayudarte a inscribirte en las aseguradoras médicas. Para todos,
sin importar tu estado de imigración.
Como Obtener un TVDL
Martes, 9 de septiembre, 11–12:30
Jueves, 11 de septiembre, 7–8:30
Martes, 22 de septiembre, 11–12:30
Jueves, 25 de septiembre, 7–8:30
Ahora, los inmigrantes indocumentados
pueden recibir tus licencias. En esta clase,
aprenderás sobre el nuevo programa y estudiarás para el examen. La clase de martes
cubren el mismo que la clase de jueves.
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Jugar con el
Museo Infantil de DuPage
Bilingüe español
16 de septiembre, 10:30–12:30
30 de octubre, 10:30–12:30
Para todas las edades con un adulto
¡Exposiciones del Museo Infantil de DuPage
están en camino! La biblioteca y el museo se
han unido para ofrecer un programa maravilloso que se centra en el juego y el aprendizaje. Juntos, los niños y los cuidadores disfrutarán juguetes y exhibiciones portátiles
que sólo están disponibles en la biblioteca cuando visite el museo. ¡También se
mostrarán los proyectos prácticos que se
pueden hacer en casa!
Celebrando la Cultura Latina
Sábado 13 de septiembre, 2–3
Regístrese a partir del 30 de agosto
Cada año, celebramos el Mes Nacional de
la Cultura Latina. El día 15 de septiembre
es importante porque es el aniversario de la
independencia de países como Costa Rica,
El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua. México y Chile celebran su independencia el 16 de septiembre y 18 de septiembre. Vengan con su familia a la Biblioteca
Pública de Addison para celebrar. Vamos
a celebrar este mes especial con un día de
cuentos, artes manuales, y juegos que son
parte de la tela de nuestras culturas. Vengan
a pasar un rato agradable lleno de cultura.
Día de los Muertos
Sábado 1 de noviembre, 2–3
Regístrese a partir del 18 de octubre
El Día de los Muertos es un día de celebración para recordar y preparar comidas
especiales en honor de las personas que
han fallecido. En este día en México, las
calles cerca de los cementerios están llenos
de adornos de papel picado, flores, calaveras de caramelo (esqueletos y calaveras), y
tienen desfiles. Nosotros vamos a celebrar
con cuentos, manualidades, juegos, comida,
y calaveras de azúcar.
Hacer una cita con Isabel
Martes y jueves, por cita
Isabel es una empleada de la biblioteca quien sirve a la communidad latina. Si necesitas
una explicación de algo aquí a la biblioteca o
ayuda con obtener tu tarjeta de la biblioteca,
llama a Isabel a 630.458.3304.
Documentos de TVDL: Isabel puede revisar tus documentos antes de ir a tu cita.
Padres de jovenes en Addison Trail:
¿Necesitas ayuda con PowerSchool? Haz
una cita con Isabel para ayuda con la computadora. También, habla con Isabel antes
de las juntas menstruales de “Los Padres,”
el grupo oficial de padres de jovenes en Addison Trail. (Para más información de este
grupo, llama 630.628.3300.)
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MÁs en Español
¡Obten tu tarjeta de la bilbioteca!
Septiembre y la primera semana
de Octubre 2014
¡Todo el mes de septiembre, estaremos dando regalos a todos nuestro amigos! Y a todos
los que abran una nueva tarjeta de la biblioteca recibirán dos boletos para una rifa. La
rifa será el 8 de octubre. ¡Daremos muchos
¿Ya tiene una tarjeta? No te preocupes. Te
daremos 2 boletos de rifa si traes a un amigo
a que abra una tarjeta nueva o si renueves tu
tarjeta expirado. También recibirás un boleto si lleves cuatro cosas a casa.
Más información sobre
Obamacare y Access DuPage
Lunes y martes, 6 y 7 de Octubre, 5–7
¿Tienes preguntas de seguro medico? Habrá
una mesa con información y represtantes de
organizaciónes de salud en la biblioteca estes
¡Ven a concer tu biblioteca!
Haz una cita con Isabel
¿Sabes todo lo que puedes encontrar en tu
biblioteca? Llama a Isabel para llevarte a
un paseo. Hay muchas más empleados en
la biblioteca quien pueden hablar español:
Maria y Kelly en la biblioteca infantil, Oscar,
Gloria, Grisel, y Julio en la departmento de
servicios para clientes, y Mary Ann en el departmento de servicios para adultos podrián
ayudarte, y muchas empleados más quieren
ayudarte en inglés o español básico.
Upcoming Meetings
Summer Reading Support
The Friends of the Addison Public Library
meet at 7:00 pm on the third Wednesday of
the month in the Library Board Room. All
are welcome to attend.
We had our most successful summer reading
program ever this year! In addition to the
Friends of the Library, the following businesses and organizations provided generous
Wed., Sept. 17 & Wed., Sept. 19, 7–8:15
Stop by the Continuous Book Sale
Whenever the library is open, books are
available for sale through the Friends of the
Library Continuous Book Sale located in
the Café area of the Lobby. Make sure to
take time to browse this collection of books,
which are for sale for only $1 each.
Join the Friends!
Through their fundraising activities, the
Friends of the Addison Library donate
funds to the library for special programs and
needs. This year the Friends of the Library
help us with recovering chairs and bought
many of our summer reading prizes. If you
would like to be a member of the Friends of
the Library and support the Addison Public
Library, ask for a form at the front desk.
Thanks, Friends!
The Friends helped us put together an
“emergency” booksale this August when we
ran out of room in our stacks and needed
to sell some off quickly. Thanks for the help!
• Addison Teacher’s Association
• Brookfield Zoo
• Carol Stream Park District
• Classic Cinemas
• Culvers
• Dairy Queen
• DuPage Children’s Museum
• DuPage County Fair (bookmark tickets)
• Enchanted Castle
• Famous Dave’s
• Fox Valley Repertory (tickets)
• Gameworks
• The Kiwanis Club of Addison
• McDonalds
• Meatheads
• Schaumburg Boomers
• The Shedd Aquarium (tickets)
• Stahorn Memorial Library:
Illinois Railway Museum
• Stardust Bowl
• White Castle of Addison
New Staff
Be sure to greet our newest two employees,
Gene and Kylie! Gene works in the Guest
Services department shelving books and Kylie will be assisting us at the Teen Services
desk and at teen programs.
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Permit No. 85
Addison, IL 60101
R e s i d e nti a l c u sto m e r
Board of Trustees
Lisa Knauf, President
Sandra Super, Vice President
Robert J. Kepka, Treasurer
Kathi Reed, Secretary
Linda Durec, Trustee
Marianne Fotopoulos, Trustee
J. Thomas Willis, Trustee
Mary Medjo Me Zengue, Director
Mary Marshall, Assistant Director/Children’s Services
Uma Mirmira, Adult Services
Yabin Liu, Information Technology
Brooke Sievers, Materials Management
Dianne Ludwig, Guest Services
PUBLIC Meetings
Board, Sept. 16, 7:30 pm
Friends of the Library, Sept. 17, 7 pm
Board, Oct. 21, 7:30 pm
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