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May-Aug 13(a)(b).pub - Markham Public Library
PUBLIC LIBRARY NEWSLETTER
ALSO SERVING POSEN
LIBRARY DISTRICT
Volume V Issue II
May - August 2013
Library Summer Hours
May 28th - September 3rd
Monday - Thursday
9am - 7pm
Friday & Saturday
9am - 3pm
NOW ACCEPTING CREDIT CARDS
Inside this issue:
Children’s Chat
2
Tech Talk
Mobile Hot Spot
Periodico
Bibliotecaria
3
4
5
Trustees
6
We welcome
Juquita Johnson as the
newest member of the
Library Board!
HOMEBOUND SERVICE
What is Homebound Service? Providing delivery of library materials free-ofcharge to Markham & Posen residents who are physically unable to visit the
library, due to health issues.
Juquita Johnson is very
passionate about
education and young
people. Ms. Johnson is
a community activist,
involved with voter
registration and a host
of other initiatives.
What materials can be borrowed?
(Ms. Johnson being sworn in at the library board
Large print or regular books, DVDs, CDs, audio books meeting by Attorney Steven Miller).
and playaways. For more information, please contact
the library at (708) 331-0130.
Illinois State Library Offers Talking Book and Braille Services
What is talking books? “listening is reading” when you select from more than
60,000 talking book resources through the Illinois Network of
Talking Book and Braille Libraries.
Who is eligible? Anyone who is unable to comfortably read standard print
due to a temporary or permanent visual or physical disability.
All materials and equipment are mailed postage-free through the Talking
Book Centers. Books, magazines and audio machines are loaned to users at no
cost.
Cyberdriveillinois.com-illinois State Library-Talking Book & Braille Service.
REGISTER FOR
PROGRAMS/EVENTS
FOR YOUTH:
Children’s
Chat
Register by calling (708) 331-0130. Registration is required for most programs.
Ages 2-5, enjoy
stories, crafts, plays
& puppet shows &
light snacks.
“FREE” Lunch Program For Kids & Teens
Lunch is provided to children up to age 18.
Monday - Thursday, 12 - 1:30pm
Sponsored by Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago
Why Your Family Needs to Read During Summer Months
Each summer our children look forward to a break from schoolwork, but research shows that children who don’t read
during the summer can lose three months of reading progress or fluency. However, summer reading helps children retain
the skills they need to achieve academic success, also offering them enriching experiences through books.
SUMMER WILL NOT BE THE SAME WITHOUT INCLUDING THE MARKHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY IN YOUR PLANS!!
Sign up for our FREE Summer Reading Program!
Registration starts May 6th and children must have a
library card.
 6 Fun-filled weeks of reading activities
 Mon - Thurs nutritionist lunch program
 Morning use of our database Tutor. Com
 Wednesday morning story time
 Thursday afternoon movie day
 Saturday planned art, craft, fun & games.
MEETING DAYS:
Monday - Thursday @ 2pm & Saturdays @ 1pm
Just for the
Summer
Movie Night will be held
every Thursday @ 3:30pm.
You may
bring your
own
snacks.
HOW SUMMER READING WORKS:
Participants are to read books according to their reading
levels. On completion of the program, participants should
have read:
Reading Levels:
K-2nd=25bks, 3rd & 4th=20bks, 5th & 6th=15bks
INCENTIVES:
Each week participants will bring in their
reading logs, get it stamped and receive a
coupon to enter in a weekly drawing.
Markham Public Library
Supports Live Tutors!
Students in kindergarten through college have access to FREE live
tutors through Markham Public Library’s webpage on weekdays
from 3pm to 8pm and weekends from 10am to 5pm. Tutor.com is
a service to which the library subscribes to for the benefit of Markham and Posen residents. To log on, visit the library’s webpage
and look for the “tutor.com” icon, and log in using your library
card. This program may be accessed at the library or from your
home computer.
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Registration is required for most programs unless indicated otherwise. Register online at
www.markhamlibrary.org, at the library circulation desk or by phone at (708) 331-0130.
Tech Talk
Do you remember the first Polaroid camera?
Polaroid manufactured instant self developing cameras
between 1947 and 1983, model 95 which produced
instant prints in about 1 minute.
3-D PRINTING
Makes a three-dimensional solid
object of virtually any shape from
a digital model. 3D printing is a
process, where layers of materials
are laid down in different shapes,
which relies on the removal of material by cutting or
drilling.
To print, the machine reads
the design from a file, lays
down layers of liquid, powder,
paper or sheet material to
build the model from a series
of cross sections.
In February 2008, Polaroid announced the
discontinued production of film, it shut down three
factories and laid off 450 workers. However, in
October 2009, Polaroid announced it would bring
back its classic instant film cameras.
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Polaroid returned to it’s instant camera roots
last year, merging the convenience of digital
photography with instant printing, the Z2300
instant digital camera.
A digital camera with a printer built in, you
take photos and it can make a 2x3-inch print.
3rd ANNUAL CRAFT FAIR
Wednesday, May 8th, 4pm - 7pm
HOSTED BY THE CROCHET CLUB!
Help support your library, Beautiful hand made items from the crochet club. Take a chance in a drawing
Join the friends
Membership is
open to individuals,
families & organizations interested in
promoting the
materials, services & programs of
the Library.
Meetings are held monthly.
 Provide assistance with library
to win a hand-made afghan of an exquisite design and color! Choose from
many of the crochet items that are available for purchase.
MEDIA ON DEMAND
Download audiobooks, ebooks and more
for your computer, cell phone, iPod or
eBook reader. Visit our library’s website
and click the Now
Available, Overdrive.
programs, open houses &
other projects.
Visit our website and click on
Dear Reader.com
Our on-line book club are quick reads,
easy access and FREE. Join
in on discussions, win prizes,
write your own reviews.
LET THE ADVENTURE BEGIN!
 Help raise funds to purchase
Adventure & Discovery Awaits You! Use your library card to
receive admission or special discounts at participating Chicago
area cultural destinations. Passes are limited and are available
on a first come first serve basis. For more information visit our
website under “Books and more.”
equipment & materials not
available through the library’s
budget.
 Promote awareness & services
throughout the community.
Fiction:
The Black Box by Michael Connelly
Alex Cross by James Patterson
Non-Fiction:
The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman
21 Ways to Double your Value by Mark
Thompson
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Mobile Hot Spot
June 1—Aug 10
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Markham Public Library’s Bookmobile travels throughout the City of Markham and Posen
bringing the library to your neighborhood and businesses. In order for patrons to check out
items they must have a valid library card. If you don't own one, we encourage you to apply for a
library card so you can experience Markham’s first Bookmobile. Let’s all work together to
continue to make the Bookmobile a success! To schedule a stop at your facility or
neighborhood, contact the Markham Public Library at (708) 331-0130.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
St. Gerard
Oladiji Daycare
Dresser Park
Aldi
16130 Clifton Park
@ 10am
333 W. 159th St
@ 10am
15315 Caletonia
@ 10am
159th & Dixie Hwy
Posen Village
Hall
@ 10am
2440 W Walter
Zimny Dr
Bel-Aire Church
Wal-Mart
15447 Troy Ave
@ 11am
167th & Kedzie
@ 11am
Thursday
Zuziak Park
Friday
Saturday
@ 10am
145th & Cleveland
@ 11am
Mc Neil Park
157th Trumbull
@ 12pm
Therapeutical
Park
148th San Francisco
@ 12:15pm
Markham Park
16239 Lawndale Ave
@ 12:15pm
Rosies
Grocery
14501 S Sherman
@ 12:15pm
Country Aire
Park
Roesner/Birch
@ 1:30pm
Donnelly Park
Country Aire/
Cypress
@ 3pm
Posen Park
District
143 Campbell
@ 1:30pm
Posen Village
Hall
2440 W Walter
Zimny Dr
@ 3pm
Markham Luther
King Park
162nd Laflin
@ 1:30pm
Markham
Community
Center
15652 S Homan
@ 3pm
Posen Park
14600 S Albany
@ 1:30pm
Canterbury
Shopping
Center
159th & Kedzie
@ 12:15pm
Posen Village Hall
2440 W Walter Zimny
Dr
@ 3pm
Markham
Roller Rink
167th Dixie Hwy
@ 1:30pm
The Bookmobile schedule is subject to change without notice for periodic
maintenance, or in the event of inclement weather. Please call the library at
(708) 331-0130 for further information.
Periodico Bibliotecaria
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Libro Hablado y Braille Bibliotecas
Homebound Servicio
Lo que está hablando libros? "Escuchar es lectura" cuando usted selecLo que se ven imposibilitados de servicio?
cione entre más de 60.000 recursos hablar libro a través de la Red de IlliLa prestación de los materiales de la biblioteca de forma granois de Libro Hablado y Braille bibliotecas. Quién es elegible? Cualquier
tuita a Markham & Posen los residentes que son físicamente
persona que es incapaz de leer cómodamente estándar de impresión deincapaces de visitar la biblioteca, debido a los problemas de
bido a un temporal o permanente visual o discapacidad física. Todos los
salud.
materiales y equipos son enviados por correo postal libres a través de la
¿Qué materiales se pueden pedir prestados?
conversación Centros de libros. Libros, revistas y las máquinas son prestaGran impresión regular o libros, DVDs, CDs, libros en audio y dos a los usuarios sin costo alguno.
playaways. Para obtener más información, póngase en contacto
con la biblioteca.
Aventura & Discovery te esperan!
Utilice la tarjeta de la biblioteca para
recibir un ingreso o un descuento especial
en el área de Chicago participantes destinos culturales. Pasa son limitados y están
disponibles en el orden de llegada.
Markham Biblioteca Pública apoya los tutores vivos!
Los estudiantes de kindergarten a través de la universidad tienen acceso
gratuito al vivir los tutores a través Markham Biblioteca Pública de la
página web de lunes a viernes de 3pm a 8pm y fines de semana de 10am a
5pm. Afirmó Murphy es un servicio para que la Biblioteca está suscrita en
beneficio de Markham y Posen los residentes. Para iniciar la sesión, visite
la página web de la biblioteca y buscar el "tutor.com" icono, e iniciar una
sesión con su tarjeta de la biblioteca. Este programa se puede acceder a la
biblioteca o a través de tu ordenador de casa.
Programa de lectura de verano, está aquí de nuevo! Tienen libros viajará
Suscríbase a gratis en el programa de lectura de verano
en el escritorio de circulación de la biblioteca, por
teléfono.
LA LECTURA DE VERANO WORKS:
Cada semana se solicita a los participantes a leer libros y volverlos a sus registros de lectura (cantidad de
libros se basan en su nivel de lectura). Al registro de
la lectura, los participantes recibirán un cupón para
entrar en un dibujo semanal.
ORGANIZADO POR EL CLUB ganchillo!
Hermosos artículos hechos a mano de ganchillo el
club. Tomar una oportunidad en un sorteo en el
que un hecho a mano de afganos un exquisito
diseño y color! Elija entre muchos de los elementos ganchillo que están disponibles para su adquisición.
olo por el verano noche de Cine se celebrará cada Jueves @
15:30 Película empieza a tiempo y usted puede traer
su propia aperitivos.
6 Llena de diversión y semanas de actividades de lectura
lunes - jueves nutritionous programa de almuerzo mañana
utilizar nuestra base de tutor. Com el miércoles por la mañana jueves por la tarde
tiempo historia película día sábado previsto
arte, artesanía, diversión y juegos.
Los niveles de lectura: K-2nd= 25bks, 3ª y 4 ª=
20bks, 5ª y 6 ª= 15bks
3ª Feria de Artesanía ANUAL
Miércoles, 8 mayo de 4pm - 7pm
Días de reunión: de lunes a jueves y sábados @ 2pm
MEDIOS DE COMUNICACIÓN SOBRE DEMAND
A descargar audiolibros, libros electrónicos y mucho más
para tu ordenador, teléfono móvil, iPod o lector de libros
electrónicos. Visite nuestro
sitio web de la biblioteca y, a
continuación, haga clic en el
ahora disponibles, Overdrive.
Visite nuestro sitio web y haga clic en
nuestros queridos Reader.com en línea club
del libro se lee rápido, fácil acceso y libre.
Participa en los debates, ganar premios, escribir sus propios comentarios.
Ahora se aceptan las tarjetas de crédito y de débito
Library Closed Dates
In-House Amenities
Black/White (.10¢ per page)
Color Copy ($1.00 per page)
Memorial Weekend
May 25 & 27
Fax ($1.00 per page)
Independence Day
Labor Day Weekend
Scanning ($1.00 per page)
July 4
September 3
Notary Public
Online Fine Pay
Board of Trustees
Markham
Glenda Timpton, President
Joseph Bertrand Jr., Vice President
Terry Durkin, Secretary
Roberdia South, Treasurer
Juquita Johnson, Trustee
Greg Robinson, Trustee
LaToya Trotter, Trustee
Mary Ann Woods, Trustee
Steven R. Miller, Library Attorney
Call the library to find out how we can help you to help us @ 708-331-0130x1005
Posen
Donald (D.J) Schnering Jr., President
Raymond Juarez, Vice President
Kathleen J. Miller, Secretary
Jennifer Givers, Treasurer
Brenda Murillo, Trustee
Teresa Couture, Trustee
Quinton Glenn Jr
CLU
Vacant
2935 W. 159th St ~ Markham IL
708-333-0800
3330 W 159th Street
Markham, IL 60428-4045
Phone: (708) 333-3263
M - F 9:00am to 5:00pm ~ Sat 9am-12pm
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