BLACK HISTORY MONTH READING CHALLENGE – Homewood Library is issuing a challenge to young people ages 11 to 18. During February, read books about Black history and books written by African-American authors. Then, track your hours read through the Beanstack app to earn rewards. Read 10 hours and get entered[Read More…]
Tag: Flossmoor Library
The Flossmoor Public Library — it’s not just for books anymore. In actuality, it has not been all about the books for quite some time. Books still make up the bulk of circulation, according to Library Director Jamie Paicely. But the single most-checked-out item of last year? A hotspot that went out[Read More…]
Schools are winding down, and that’s when reading for fun and enjoyment takes over at Homewood and Flossmoor Public Libraries. But it’s not just the kids who have a reading club. Homewood’s library also has one for adults. In addition to the reading club activities and giveaways, the libraries are[Read More…]
Learn about the candidates running for a seat on the Flossmoor Public Library Board in the April election.
Flossmoor Library patrons can now enter the facility with a reservation for a timed, 75-minute private visit. (Chronicle file photo)
Flossmoor Public Library announced the start of its reopening process Monday with curbside pickup of materials available to patrons. Under the curbside service, Flossmoor library cardholders can place holds on materials then pick them, contact-free, outside the building. All materials will have been quarantined a minimum of seven days prior[Read More…]
“Asking for a Friend” pamphlets were created by Anna Pauls, Flossmoor Public Library’s youth services manager. (Marilyn Thomas/H-F Chronicle)