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Spring Break is just around the corner, register today for an upcoming program and mark your calendar for drop-in events!
Tween Takeover, Thursday, MARCH 21, 3:30 - 5 p.m. Grades 5-8: Eat pizza, play video games, challenge a friend to a board game, relax with a craft, or just hang out! Drop in.
Spring Fling, Monday, MARCH 25, 2 – 3 p.m.
Grades K – 3: It's time for some springtime fun with stories, games, and activities.
Visit our Facebook page to see video and pictures of some of the smiling eyes and flying feet enjoyed by all when the Trinity Irish dancers entertained a standing room only crowd at the Woodridge Library on Sunday, March 17.
We are moving to the Hoopla streaming service on January 7 to provide patrons with more digital content— including not only music but also audiobooks, e-books, comics, movies and TV shows!
With no waiting, titles can be streamed immediately, or downloaded to phones or tablets for offline enjoyment later! Freegal access will end in December.
The Library now offers NextReads--regular newsletters featuring new items in a variety of categories. Are you a romance reader? Addicted to thrillers? A sci-fi fan? A picture book person? Movie buff? We've got a newsletter for all those, and more! Head to our NextReads signup page to pick the newsletters you'd like to recieve and see the most recent issue.
Thank you to all of our wonderful Children’s Department Summer Reading Program donors! Their donations provided lots of extra incentives to keep our community’s children and families reading over the summer. This generous support of our donors help to make our Summer Reading Program a huge success!
On April 15, we had a dance performance that was quite beautiful. 14 classical Indian dance students from Naperville's Bharatam Academy shared ancient stories through dance - using precise hand movements, facial expressions, dramatic poses and stamping movements.
The Library is celebrating National Craft Month in March with a variety of programs to inspire creativity. Learn how to use Pinterest to find and organize craft projects to do later on Thursday, March 8.