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Find out about different coffees and brewing techniques from national coffee expert Kevin Sinnott on Tuesday, August 7 from 7-8 P.M.
Learn to make that perfect tasting cup of coffee every time. Samples available. The program requires registration and is limited to 100 (max). - MA
See Adult Services to sign up or call 630-260-1550 for any questions or register online at www.glensidepld.org.
Experience the life of a bug! Now through September 7, see giant animatronic insects at the Brookfield Zoo. There are also hands-on activities and live entertainment on the weekends.
For more information and admission prices see:
Also check out bugs at the library:
The Adult Summer Reading Program ends Tuesday July 31st. Don't forget to turn in your book logs by 9:00 pm to claim your completion prize and be entered into the Grand Prize Drawing for a Nook e-reader.
Here are some more books Glenside patrons enjoyed this summer:
Many of the movies in theaters now or coming soon are based on books. Read the book before you see the movie.
The Fellowship of the Ring, first part of J.R.R. Tolkien's epic The Lord of the Rings turns fifty-eight years old today. The Lord of the Rings was first published on this date in London, England, by George Allen and Unwin. The publishers chose to publish the book in three parts because it was so long. The Two Towers was published on November 11, 1954, and The Return of the King was published on October 20, 1955.
Reading is so delicious! The library has many materials for all the chocolate lovers out there. Check out one of these books or DVDs.
With Christian Bale returning as Bruce Wayne and his alter ego this Friday, some of you might want to get in the Batman mood. We can help:
And the winner of the June 30th's Apple Pie Taste Off is. . . Jewel! Congratulations! Your pie was voted to be the best pie by over 60 tasters!
Thank you to the following vendors for their donations and participation:
Bastille Day commemorates the storming of the Bastille prison at the beginning of the French Revolution. Celebrate July 14th, France's National Day by checking out one of these books or movies about the French Revolution.