Attend an outdoor concert, storytime, or class at the library this summer!
The free community events are a pleasant — and socially distanced — way to re-engage in experiences with your neighbors.
Next up: For little ones, Sun & Fun Storytimes begin Wednesday, June 30, and continue weekly through August, with some sessions scheduled for Saturdays. Designed for ages 0 to 6 with an adult, each storytime features carefully selected books, rhymes, songs, and movements that boost early learning...and are a whole lot of fun, too!
All ages are welcome at the Saturday, July 10, family concert with singer and guitarist Sarah Jayne Lane. A Chicagoland favorite, Lane is accompanied by Michael Tooles on djembe drum in a rollicking performance of kindie rock and pop songs retooled for young listeners. Don’t miss this jammin’ good time!
Outdoor senior series concerts are filling fast: Just a few spaces are left for Vintage Songs of Summer with Cynthia & Matt Gruel on July 6. Signup begins July 3 for an August 3 Blues & Roots Concert with Joe Filisko & Eric Noden. (Get notifications about events like this.)
In-person programs take place on the Annex lawn, beside the Library Garden. Registration is required for all outdoor happenings, and sign-up begins 30 days before each event. Check calendar listings for particulars like mask requirements, what to bring, and where to park. Rain dates are listed, too...just in case.
Online events continue, too.
See you at the library or online!