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Five Famous African-American Women

celebrate black history month text superimposed on Pan-African FlagMonday, February 15th at 7:00pm

Through the talents of actress Cynthia Maddox we experience the rich histories of five famous African American women. Join us as we celebrate Black History Month and meet America'’s first Black poet, relive the Boston Massacre through the eyes of Crispus Attucks'’ wife, reflect with Sojourner Truth and Harriet Tubman, and rejoice with Pulitzer prize winner and Illinois Poet Laureate Gwendolyn Brooks. Learn more...

Monday Mornings @ the Library

Monday Morning @ the Library

Once a month we're hosting some of your favorite presenters and highlighting topics that will enrich, enlighten and entertain you.
Monday, February 29th at 11:00am

  • Topic: Henry Ford and His Model T
  • Historian Jim Weren returns to present a fascinating and entertaining study of American folk hero Henry Ford and his once ubiquitous Model T.

Color Me Mellow

Coloring Club for Adults
Color Me Mellow banner, a spectrum of colors with text reading: Color Me Mellow
Thursday, February 18th
continues each third Thursday of the month
7:00 — 8:00pm

Think coloring is just for kids? Not anymore! Become a part of the worldwide phenomenon of adults coloring for fun, enjoyment, creativity, mindfulness, and stress relief.
Our Coloring Club for Adults is a wonderful atmosphere to color, relax, and chat.
Supplies provided, but you are welcome to bring your own.

New Year, New Local Author Collection

We are excited to announce that beginning in January 2016 we are unveiling our new Local Author Shelves.
We will feature fiction and nonfiction books written for children, teens, and adults by authors from Tinley Park and neighboring communities.
Come check out what your friends and neighbors have written! The new shelves will be located behind the Adult Reference Desk on the Main Level and near the elevator upstairs.

*Update* Local authors are invited to submit their work for inclusion in the collection. Details are available on our Special Collections page.


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