Winter is the perfect time to settle in and cozy up with a blanket and a book. The more you read, the greater your chances to win weekly prizes and be entered into grand prize drawings. Find out more…
Teen Advisory Board (TAB) A VolunTEEN Opportunity
Fridays, February 28, April 24, May 29, 4-5 PM Multipurpose Room • Ages 13-18
April Meeting: Celebrate National Library Week with cookies. Bring a friend and enter your name in a raffle to win a Best Buy gift card. May Meeting:Help plan the Summer Reading Program and choose a free book!
Earn service hours by joining us after school to help plan programs, discuss books you love, and brainstorm with your peers and Library staff.Just drop in.
March Mayhem: Heroes & Villains
Thursday, March 5–Thursday, April 9
Our March Mayhem bracket returns, and this year’s theme is Heroes vs Villains! Characters from popular books and movies go head-to-head until one hero faces one villain in the championship. Vote for your favorites each week for a chance to win prizes. Learn more…
All About Scholarships (high school students & parents)
Learn the difference between scholarships and grants. An Illinois Student Assistance Commission representative talks about scholarship sources and how to search and apply. Lunch included. Register by March 13. Limit 40.
Professional tutors from College Nannies + Tutors of Glenview guide you through a practice ACT test in a relaxed environment. Participants have 3.5 hours to complete the test and 30 minutes to review answers. Bring pencils and a calculator. Limit 40.
Understanding the Financial Aid Award Letter (high school students & parents)
C2 Education facilitates a full-length, timed SAT practice test, now state mandated for Illinois high school juniors. Gain exposure to this test and discuss your results, scores, and college admissions plans with the director of C2 Education. Bring pencils and a calculator. Limit 40.
Open Sewing Studio (adults & teens)
Tuesday, May 19, 2-4 PM • Community Room West
Use the Library’s sewing machines and sergers in an informal setting to practice your sewing skills or work on your own project. Staff is available to provide basic instruction on projects and equipment, limited to beginning sewing topics. To register for a one- or two-hour session, visit or call the Reader Services Desk at 847-729-7500 x7600. Glenview Library card required.
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