21737 Jeffrey Ave
Sauk Village, IL 60411
Serving Sauk Village
MAY 3rd -9th Children's Book Week
Join me in becoming a Children’s Book Week Champion, celebrating children’s books and the joy of reading here! #BookWeekSuperpower @CBCBook.
Stop by the library circ desk during this time and receive some free books! This is in celebration of Children's Book Week and the library would love to give you and yours some books to further encourage reading. During this time drop by any day from 2:45 - 3:15 P.M. for a Superhero themed craft program that will be taking place. We challenge everyone to attend and find your own superpower through reading!
MAY 5th Cinco De Mayo Take And Make Craft
Pick up a craft kit and make this Mother's Day extra spicy! Available after 3:00 P.M.
Instapot Cooking At The Library Every Saturday 11:00 A.M.
MAY 7th & 10th 2:45 P.M. Join Us For A Celebration!
May 7th First Immigration of Japanese 1843.
May 10th Completeion Of Transcontinental Railroad 1869
MAY 12th Ramadan Celebration Eid Al Fitr 4:30 P.M.
May 13th & 17th Family Movie Night 4:00 P.M.
May 21st Senior Movie 12:00 P.M.
Popcorn will be provided.
Paint Party May 28th 5:30 P.M. Limited Space! $35.00
Private Computer Classes Available upon request! Please speak with Devonte for more information. Same fees apply
All activities with a dollar sign in front do carry a cost. For more information about cost and to register, please ask at the circulation desk.
Is there any event that you don’t see here but would like to? Visit the circulation desk with your suggestions! We look forward to speaking with you!
You can pick up a handy calander at the library to stay informed about upcoming events. There will also be a newsletter that will be rolling out sometime before the end of the year. If you would like to recieve a newsletter or a copy of the calander via e-mail contact the library to be added to our e-mail list!
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State Of America's Libraries
Learn how libraries are stepping up and responding to the impacts of the
pandemic in this special issue of the State of America’s Libraries COVID-19 Report. It also includes the #TopTen Most Challenged Books of 2020.
Returning To Previous Library Hours (Updated)
The library hours of operation will be the following until further notice.
As of Monday February 22nd the library has computer services available. Please call and schedule a time limited to 1 hour to ensure availability.
Updated information about library hours or services will be posted on the library website, Facebook page and sent out via e-mail notification.
Scholastic Teachables now available here!
This service is free for all patrons and provides tons of academic learning tools up to the 8th grade level.
EBSCO Access Resource Links
Feel free to use any of these great resource links! The topics covered are as follows.
Academic Search Premier-Auto Repair Source-Business Source Premier-ConsumerReports.org-Consumer Health Complete-History Reference Center-Literary Reference Center- MasterFILE Premier- Middle Search Plus- NoveList Plus- NoveList K-8 Plus- Points of View Reference Center- Primary Search- Science Reference Center- Biography Reference Bank- Home Improvement Reference Center- Newspaper Source Plus- Small Engine Repair Reference Center
Patron site available here!
As a Library, we strive to be a communal space, a source of information and a safe place for all. We are here as a place to seek knowledge and we remain an ally in the pursuit of equality and goodwill.
Be well, be safe and in a world where you can be anything…. Be kind!
Rosie L Williams-Baig, Director & the McConathy Public Library Board of Trustees.
Axis360 User Guide
Learn how you can gain access to digital and audiobooks!
This short informational video is simple to follow. If you have any additonal questions the library is always here to assist.
Color Copier Now Available!
There is a charge of .50 cents per page.
Printing in color documents directly from the computer room is not possible.
Printing from a thumb drive or USB will also be possible.
Nancy L. McConathy is now live on Explore More Illinois!
Click here to learn more about upcoming events.
Explore More Illinois is a free service provided by your library that provides instant online access to free and discounted tickets to museums,
science centers, sporting events, zoos
park districts, theatres, and other fun and local cultural venues.
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