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Buck-a-Bag Book Sale
The Buck-A-Bag Book Sale will continue through May at the Maywood Public Library District. Each bag filled with hardcover or softcover books will only cost you $1.00. Bags for this sale will be supplied by the Library. For more information, please call 708-343-1847 x10.

Wellness Wizards
The Wellness Wizards will meet at the Maywood Public Library District from June 2nd through July 21st on Thursdays from 2:00-5:00 pm. This is a program for kids from 3rd through 5th grade which will involve outdoor games, educational activities, and healthy snacks. People who are interested in this event must complete a registration form available in the Youth Services Department of the Library. Parental consent is required. This program is free.

Summer Program for Kids
Get in the Game and READ! The Maywood Public Library District’s Summer Program will take place from June 6th through July 13th. Kids will be able to develop their skills, drop in for shared reading, treasure hunts, board games, raffles and prizes. For more information, please visit the Youth Services Department on the second floor of the Library.

Eating Healthy During the Summer
Whitney A. Henderson, Nurse Practitioner and Clinical Manager of the Loyola University of Chicago and of the School-Based Health Center at Proviso East High School, will visit the Maywood Public Library District on Monday, June 13th, from 2:00-3:00 pm, to instruct people on healthy eating habits. Henderson states that practicing healthy eating habits can help people feel good about themselves, while giving them the energy they need for their daily activities.  It can also help people maintain a healthy weight, while preventing diseases like diabetes and heart disease.  Old habits may have to be changed, but eating well may be a lot easier than one realizes.

The Conflict in Syria
On Monday, June 27th, from 5:00-6:30 pm, the Maywood Public Library District will show Five Years of Conflict in Syria: The Road Ahead, a film produced by the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. This film shows a panel discussion of the situation in Syria that has now lasted for 5 years.

The Library Board Meeting will be on Wednesday, June 15, at 6:30 pm.

Quilting: Step-By-Step Instruction
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. Ask for Information Services. The Quilting class meets on Tuesdays in room 201 and 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 rooms 201 and 202 of the Maywood Public Library District on Thursdays. 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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