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Storytime Shorts
(Thursday, April 02, 2020 - All Day)

Check-in each Tuesday and Thursday to watch a themed storytime with Mrs. Julie. Click on the link below to access YouTube.

Online Activity: Simply Science- Daylight in a Bottle
(Friday, April 03, 2020 - All Day)

Make daylight in a bottle with this fun family science activity from STAR Net, linked below.

Streaming Event-Book Banter with Librarian Beth Klein
(Friday, April 03, 2020 - 3:00 PM)

Youth Librarian Beth Klein will go live on Facebook to highlight children's books. Click the link below to access Facebook.

Volunteers Needed
(Saturday, April 04, 2020 - All Day)

Help support our country's medical personnel. Volunteers across the country have made more than 10 million masks. See how you can help make more by visiting Joann.com.

Community Resources: File For Unemployment Online
(Monday, April 06, 2020 - All Day)

The high volume of unemployment applications has resulted in changes in how to file for benefits. Visit www.ides.illinois.gov, linked below, for the latest information.

Use From Home: Are You Ready to Tumble?
(Monday, April 06, 2020 - All Day)

Tumblebooks curates the best of read-a-longs, audiobooks, eBooks, comics, and videos for children in grades K-6. Check out their newsletter for timely suggestions for your young readers. See Tumblebooks under "eBooks and More" on our web page.

Stay at Home- DC Kids Camp
(Monday, April 06, 2020 - All Day)

DC has created DC Kids Camp as a way to engage your kids at home. Kids will learn how to draw their favorite DC Super Heroes, gain inspiration and skills to make their own comics, and unlock their creativity with fun, off-the-wall how-to videos! Sign up for this program linked below.

Use From Home: Digital Library of Illinois Book Club
(Monday, April 06, 2020 - All Day)

Download the book "Funny, You Don't Look Autistic" by Michael McCreary to join this book club. New to downloading books? Click on the link below to watch "Tips and Tricks" on the Library's YouTube channel to learn how to use Libby for Overdrive.

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