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Are you a Flossmoor Library Cardholder?  Do you Love Music?
The Flossmoor Library & Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra (IPO) are happy to announce "IPO TO GO" - an exciting new opportunity for Flossmoor Library cardholders! Click the image above for detailed information!


News and Events at the Library
 March 27 - April 3, 2017
 
Monday, March 27
ART CLASS with PAT MOORE - Session 3 of 3
6:30-8:00pm in the Inspiration Station
Participants will re-purpose an old book to give it new life!  We will use acrylic paint, collage material/techniques to decorate the books.  Create something unique for yourself or to give away as a gift.  We will also create bookmarks.  All supplies will be provided.  
When you register you are making a commitment to attend all three seessions.  
Remember to wear clothes that can get dirty or bring a smock.  
No art experience required though advanced students are also welcome.
Registration is required and limited.
 
Tuesday, March 28
TUESDAY TALES - Ages 3-5 years
10:30-11:15am in the ATTIC
Join us every Tuesday for stories, songs and a fun craft project!  Registration is appreciated.
THE MAKING OF A SUPERHERO: A Drawing Class - Ages 7-12
3:30-4:30pm in the Helen Wilson Meeting Room
Learn the process of creating a comic book scene and participate in creating an original superhero.  
The show includes a live caricature!!  Registration is required.

Wednesday, March 29
MORNING GLORY STORYTIME - Ages 3-5 with Caregiver
10:30-11:00am in the ATTIC
Bring your happy feet as we read tales and shake our tails!!
Registration is required.
ART CLUB - Ages 10-18
3:30-4:30pm in the ATTIC
Art club provides an opportunity for tweens and teens to explore their artistic spirit.  
Each month we explore a different art medium.  Supplies are included.  Beginners welcome!  
Registration is required and limited to 15 participants per session.  
Register in advance so that we can have enough supplies for everyone.

Thursday, March 30
READ, PLAY & GROW! - Ages 0-3 with Caregiver
10:30-11:00am in the ATTIC
Join us for stories, songs, fingerplays, playtime & movement to develop early literacy skills
& introduce a love of books.  Registration is required.
OLD-TIME RADIO & THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK
7:00-8:00pm in the Helen Wilson Meeting Room
This one-hour presentation examines how radio helped to give birth to the "Great American Songbook" by offering songs and singers a unique opportunity to present their songs to a national audience.  This show uses both a PowerPoint presentation and a CD of clips featuring some of the greatest songwriters of the 20th century as they were heard on radio - including Johnny Mercer, Irving Berlin, Cole
Porter and a rare 1934 performance from George Gershwin!  
Presented by Steve Darnall - host of Those Were The Days and Radio's Golden Age.


PLEASE CONTACT THE LIBRARY IF YOU REQUIRE SIGN INTERPRETATION
OR SPECIAL ASSISTANCE FOR ANY LIBRARY PROGRAM


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