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Special Enrollment Period: ACA

An Evening of Bacharach and David

Seniors: Health and Aging

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The Library Board Meeting will be on Wednesday, April 1st, 2015, at 6:30 pm.

Special Enrollment Period for the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
While the deadline for signing up for the ACA program passed on February 15th, there is a special enrollment period for people in certain circumstances. These circumstances will be explained at the Maywood Public Library District on Monday, March 9th, at 3:00 pm in room 201.  Please bring any questions that you may have on this topic.  This event is free.

Seniors: Health and Aging
Oak Street Health will be visiting the Maywood Public Library District on Thursday, March 12th, to discuss various health options for seniors. In you are interested in this event, please RSVP with Viviana Mazzarri at 708-484-8090. This free event will take place in room 201. Refreshments will be provided.

An Evening of Bacharach and David
Come and enjoy an evening of free live music, food, and community on Saturday, March 21, from 6:30-9:00 pm.  The music of Burt Bacharach and Hal David will be performed.

Health Screenings
Loyola medical students will visit the Maywood Public Library District to perform health screenings for the community between 5:00 pm and 6:30 pm. Health screenings include taking a person’s blood pressure, offering counsel on nutrition, advice on how to quit or cut down on smoking, and chronic diseases. These screenings are free to the public, and will take place on:

Mar 18
Apr 1
Apr 15

Quilting: Step-By-Step Instruction
Making a sampler quilt is a great way to learn or practice different piercing and quilting skills.  In learning to quilt, a variety of specially chosen quilt blocks can be used to familiarize yourself with twenty different piercing techniques. Full-sized patterns are given along with instructions and diagrams to make quilting fun. The quilting class previously completed a small group project using Freedom Quilt Code Blocks, while others used Appliqué, Hand Embroidery, Pre-Stamped Pillow Panels, and a variety of Hand Made Quilt Blocks.

If you are interested in learning how to construct quilts, please leave your information for Mildred A. Green at the Library by calling 708-343-1847, and ask for Information Services. The Quilting class meets at the Maywood Public Library District on every Tuesday from 12:00 noon until 2:30 pm in Room 202.

Instructions in Sewing
People who are interested in learning some of the basic skills involved in constructing clothing will want to take this free class in room 202 of the Maywood Public Library District on Thursdays from 12:00 noon until 2:30 pm.  Space is limited. In order to begin taking classes, please leave your information for Mildred A. Green at 708-343-1847.

Adopt-A-Book Program
The Maywood Public Library District would like to invite you to our Adopt-A-Book program. This is a wonderful way to honor or remember someone special in your life. For more information, please click here.

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The Maywood Public Library District is now on Facebook! Click here, log into your Facebook account, and type "Maywood Public Library District" in the Search box. Now click on the "Like" button. This will allow you to keep up with all of the events that are taking place here at the Library.

Have you wondered about the value of your Maywood Public Library card?  Take a look at our webpage devoted to all of the privileges our Library patrons have with their Maywood Public Library card (click here).  

   
   

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