The library will be leaving the OMNI OverDrive consortia on July 1 and forming a new ebook consortia called PinDigital. Besides a new name and a new look, your ebook searching experience should remain the same. We are excited to offer more ebook and eaudiobook choices for you as well as less wait time for titles. We will have the new link available here and on our Downloadable page starting July 1.
Notice - Board Meeting Rescheduled
The June board meeting has been rescheduled for this month. The new date and time is Thursday, June 20th at 6:30 PM.
Check Out Our NEW Summer Newsletter
library's summer newsletter, Reading Between the Lines, is now available for June - August.
Find out about our Summer Reading Program - "Have Book, Will Travel" - along with upcoming events, programs, and library news. Download it here, or pick up a paper copy at the library.
Downloadable Magazines Now Available!
Zinio offers digital magazines, complete with color pictures, intuitive navigation, and interactive audio and
video at no charge to Shorewood-Troy Library patrons. Magazines can be viewed in full color on your iPad, color
tablet, PC, laptop or smartphone. Click here to sign-up and start reading!
Home Delivery Service - Bringing the Library to You!
library is now offering a Home Delivery Service! The service is
available to home-bound individuals holding a Shorewood library card.
Eligible patrons include senior citizens, the injured or ill, late-term
or post-pregnancy mothers, & people with disabilities. Brochures and
applications are available at the circulation desk and in youth
services. If you or someone you know would benefit from our Home
Delivery Service, please contact the library by phone, email, or click here. We are ready to bring the library to you!
Travel back in time through the sound of radio while listening to some of the biggest shows & stars to emerge from
the early years of radio, including Jack Benny, Bob Hope, Amos &
Andy, and The Shadow, with sound clips and stories about how radio
became America's first mass medium.
Calling all Whovians - join us as we travel through space and time with
Dr. Who Nights. Enjoy a fan favorite episode of the series along with
free refreshments and Dr. Who-themed projects. Ages 15 - 1015.
Each year, on average, there are
approximately 5,000 UFO sightings reported to the National UFO Reporting
Center. Terry Fisk discusses
the top UFO sightings of Illinois, the Midwest, and the world. Fisk
will share photos, case histories, and eyewitness accounts and talk
about some of the cases he has personally investigated.
Bring your creativity to our summer session of the tween crafting club! Twice as much crafting each month! Ages 11-15.
projects have included finger knitting, origami, string bowls, and
wire trees. Stop by to see what we’re making!
This Week at the Library... Most programs & events require Registration
Monday, June 17th 10 AM - Lapsit Storytime 1:30 PM - 4-6 year old Storytime 6:30 PM -Tween Crafting Club
Tuesday, June 18th 11 AM - 2 1/2 to 4 year old Storytime 1 PM - Computers 101 1:30 PM - 2 1/2 to 4 year old Storytime 3 PM -A Beginner's Guide to the Golden Age of Radio 7 PM - Book Buddies (6-9 years old) 7 PM - Dr. Who Night
Wednesday, June 19th 11 AM - 2 1/2 to 4 year old Storytime 2 PM - Marvelous Migrations 7 PM - Book Discussion Group - "The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry"
Thursday, June 20th 11 AM - Language Stars 1:30 PM - 4-6 year old Storytime 3 PM - Teen Tech Afternoons - Light Painting 6:30 PM - Board of Trustees Meeting 7 PM -Illinois UFOs
Friday, June 21st 11 AM - 2 1/2 to 6 year old Storytime 3 PM - Halloween in June!