Summer-Reading-Club

Now that summer is coming up, school will be out for the next few months and you’ll have plenty of free time to chill. If you find yourself moping around the house with nothing to do, the Niles Library has just the thing to cure summertime boredom: Become a Summer Reading Club volunteer!

Any students entering grades 7 through 12 for Fall 2015 are encouraged to become a volunteer. Why spend a few hours each week helping out at the Library this summer? You get to have fun while helping little kids, and you can also earn service hours while gaining great experience.

In order to become a volunteer, you will have to attend our Summer Reading Club Volunteer Orientation. There are three different orientations available, of which you only have to attend one. Join us on Saturday, May 30 at 10:30 am, Wednesday, June 3 at 7 pm, OR Thursday, July 2 and 7 pm to learn about this year’s Summer Reading Club theme and general guidelines of volunteering. To register for the orientation, click here.

Make this summer fun and worthwhile with the Niles Public Library!

 

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poetryblog

Local teen and adult poets submitted more than 160 entries to our annual contest. Our panel of judges selected the winners, which are available in printed booklets and on display in the Library. Thank you to everyone who shared their work with us, and congratulations to all of our winners!

Come meet the teen poets and hear their work at our public Poetry Lounge on Saturday, May 16 from 4-6pm. Weston Clark, National Student Poet, will also be joining us as a special guest to help us honor them. Refreshments will be served. All ages are welcome.

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May-Events

The month of May is a pretty cool time to be a teenager. School is almost out, you may be going to prom, and not to mention the fact that warmer weather = more stuff to do with your friends that doesn’t involve a couch and a TV.

But as the school year winds down, things are just heating up here at the Niles Library, and we’ve got some pretty awesome stuff going on in the beginning of May that we think you’ll like.

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9th annual Bloack Party: Before the football game against Georgetown, the 9th annual celebration of creativity features student art exhibitions, music, dance, interactive (free!) arts activities, and delicious food from local restaurants took place

Hey…so remember that Winter Block Party we had all planned out for you back in February that was then canceled due to that Super Bowl Sunday blizzard? Well we’re bringing it back. And this time, it’s going to be better (and warmer) than ever!

Join us here at the Library on Sunday, May 3 for our Spring Block Party! From 2 to 4 pm, you can discover “How to Plan a Niles Neighborhood Block Party” this summer while your family has fun creating crafts, enjoying refreshments, and more. You will also have the opportunity to meet with community organizations that can help you make your block party a memorable one. To register for this event, click here.

Get ready for your best summer yet!

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arts-and-crafts

If you can manage to pull yourself out of bed during your luxurious spring break (and sleeping in IS luxurious), stop by the Niles Library the last two weeks of March for our Spring Break Drop-In DIY!

From Monday-Wednesday, March 23-25 and March 30-April 1 and Monday, April 6, join us from 3-5pm in Teen Underground for open crafting. We’ll provide the supplies and materials so you can create whatever you can possibly imagine. For more info about the date, click here.

It’s open for grades 7-12, so invite your friends to check it out too. See ya there!

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