North Branch Events

Tail Waggin' Tutors at North Branch

titleSeptember 9-30, North Branch

4 week Session

Tuesdays from 4:30-5 pm or 5-5:30 pm

Practice your reading - read to a dog! The Tail Waggin’ Tutors program provides a relaxed and “dog-friendly” atmosphere in which kids can practice and improve their reading skills. Tail Waggin' Tutors are wonderful listeners and provide a great opportunity for kids to build confidence reading as well as learn how to interact with these wonderful therapy dogs. Kids read to their dogs for 20 minutes and then have 10 minutes of cuddle time.
Sign up for one 4-week session from 4:30-5 pm or 5-5:30 pm; space is limited to 6 participants per 30 minute period.  

Please note: We request that families with multiple children share a dog and a slot.  Registration is required and starts August 25. Please call 847-866-0330 to register.

 

Stories, Songs and Crafts at North Branch

Wednesdays,September 17 - October 29, 11 am, North Branch

Join us for a themed storytime paired with a fun, easy craft that's just right for ages 3 and up. We'll be reading about daring dogs, plump pumpkins, eager elephants, and more! No session October 8.

Register online (required for craft participation).

 

   

Book Babies at North Branch

titleMondays, September 8 - December 8, 10:15 am, North Branch

Songs, games and stories for ages 0 to 2 years. Free play after storytime. Drop-in program, no registration required. A great way to introduce the library to your littlest reader.

   

North Time for Twos

titleSession 1: Tuesdays, 10:15 am ,September 9 - September 30

Session 2: Tuesdays, 10:15 am , November 4 - November 25

North Branch

Come to a storytime filled with songs, picture books, puppets and rhymes for 24 to 36 months old with parent, grandparent or caregiver. Learn a new rhyme - borrow a few books.  Register online or call (847) 866-0330.

Please register for only one session.  Registration begins on August 25.

   

North Branch Book Group: Peaches for Father Francis

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Thursday, September 25, 7 pm, North Branch 

Vianne Rocher, the heroine of the Chocolat series by Joanne Harris, returns to Lansquenet after being summoned by a letter from the dead. Father Francis is being accused of burning down the old chocolate shop which has been converted into a school for Muslim girls. Although this is the third in the Chocolat series, it stands well as a read alone. Join us for a discussion of this year's Suburban Mosaic adult selection.   

Copies of Peaches for Father Francis are available at the North Branch for those who will be attending the discussion. Please register for an email reminder.
   

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