Homewood COVID-19 cases continue to rise. New cases and deaths drop slightly statewide. Markham testing site hours and procedures clarified. Homewood Public Library will open the book return during limited times for the rest of May. Flossmoor Public Library continues regular virtual programs.
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Flossmoor Library is still helping patrons in spite of closure. U.S. Rep. Robin Kelly continues meeting with constituents — virtually. State sets a new record on Thursday for increase in cases. Cases in Homewood and Flossmoor continue to increase.
Flossmoor library extends closure. Franciscan offers online COVID-19 assessment tool. South Suburban Humane Society provides update.
The election April 2 will have two candidates running for seats on the Flossmoor Library Board, but another position became available after member Nancy Disabato resigned this week. Disabato is moving from the area, and there are two years remaining on her term ending in April 2021. Flossmoor[Read More…]
Aaron Carlin resigned his post as director of the Flossmoor Public Library last week. Library Board President Anne Thiros Tuesday, May 1, confirmed that Carlin had resigned and that he was no longer at the library.
On the day Flossmoor Public Library was to enact a new policy requiring teens to sign in at the front desk, Library Director Aaron Carlin instead told the large group of regular patrons that they may now use the downstairs Helen Wilson Meeting Room to hang out after school.
In a decision aimed at easing a longstanding issue, teens in sixth grade and older must now present a student ID card in order to avail themselves of services at Flossmoor Public Library. The move comes after years of complaints by library patrons that some young people who congregate[Read More…]
There will be cupcakes and balloons. Candles and the “Happy Birthday” song are a definite possibility. The Flossmoor Public Library will mark its 63rd birthday with a party on Tuesday, Dec. 5. The celebration is taking place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the library, 1000 Sterling Ave. in[Read More…]
Did you know the Bible is the book most often requested for removal from libraries? The American Library Association (ALA) keeps track of how many books are challenged and banned from library shelves and celebrates Banned Book Week to remind people they have the freedom to read. Homewood and Flossmoor libraries[Read More…]
Flossmoor Public Library has two initiatives this fall, both aimed at growth and moving forward in the years to come. Residents have been asked to fill out a survey that rates current services and what steps need to be taken to improve the library, especially regarding advances in technology.