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Recipe Round Up is back and is open to anyone in the community who likes to cook.  We have a different… [more]

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Creativity @ the Carnegie Summer Hours

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News

"READING BY DESIGN"
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7 Summer Reading is happening now until July 8 for all ages Preschool through Adults.

RECENTLY RELEASED MOVIES!!!
We are now showing a recently released movie on the second Tuesday of the month @ 2pm. July 11th will be "The Zookeeper's Wife"! We want to thank Wanee Theater for providing us with popcorn! If you missed it at the theater, you still have a chance to see it on the big screen!

BOOK TALK & SIGNING BY JILL BARTELT
Local Author, Jill Bartelt, will be signing, as well as, talking about her books "The Trojan Peace: First Light" and "The Trojan Peace: Half Light" on Thursday, July 13 from 4-6pm in the Library's Community Room. During her talk, her husband and Kewanee Schools' art teacher, Marc Nelson will be demonstrating Turkish stringed insturments. Jill will also be showing some slides. Jill is currently a teacher's aide at Lyle Pre-K and previously taught math at Blackhawk East. Books will be available to purchase for $20 and $22.

JULY YOUTH ACTIVITIES
July 5th is the final activity for the 2017 Summer Reading Program "Reading by Design". "Full STEAM Ahead" is for 1st - 8th graders and meets at 2pm. July 8th is the last day for the kids to pick out prizes. See Sarah Barth in the Youth Services Dept. to find out about the "Horror" Book Club which will meet July 20 @ 4:30pm.

YOUNG ADULT ACTIVITIES
Come join the fun with Bath Salt Geodes on Thursday, July 6. Activities begin at 2:30pm and are for 13 year olds and up.

RECIPE ROUND UP is back!
Join us on the fourth Thursday of the month at noon in the Community Room. Find a recipe that fits this month's theme (Northeastern U.S.), prepare it and bring it along with copies of your recipe to share for a delightful lunch with old and new friends!

CREATIVITY @ THE CARNEGIE
Friends of the Library present "Creativity @ the Carnegie". Come "sit & sew" with your knitting, crocheting, embroidery, cross stitching or quilting. Check out our summer hours on the events calendar for details.

ACCESS TO DIGITIZED NEWSPAPERS
The Henry County Genealogical Society, Kewanee Historical Society and Kewanee Public Library District are requesting donations to digitize the Kewanee newspapers now on microfilm here at the library. Once digitized, the newspapers will be able to be searched from your computer. The link to the first group of newspapers that we had digitized is now available for you to use. Click on the heading above and it will take you to the newspapers. This is an ongoing project and as more of the microfilm is digitized, it will be added to this link until all of the microfilm has been digitized. Anyone, not just Kewanee Public Library District patrons, will be able to access this particular link to look at the old newspapers.

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General OneFile is a one-stop source for news, magazine, and periodical articles across a wide range of general interest topics and academic disciplines. General OneFile replaces General Reference Center Gold.

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Events

"READING BY DESIGN"
2017 Summer Reading Program
Tuesday, May 30-Saturday, July 8
PreK - Adult

CLOSED
Tuesday, July 4th
Happy Independence Day!

Reading by Design
Adult Coloring
Wednesday, July 5
1:30-3pm

Full STEAM Ahead!
Hands on Science
Wednesday, July 5 @ 2pm
1st-8th graders

Bath Salt Geodes
Thursday, July 6 @ 2:30pm
13 yr olds & up

July 8
Last Day for Kids
to get Summer Reading Prizes
Last Day for Adults
to turn in Bingo Sheets

Library Board Meeting
Monday, July 10 @ 4pm

Friends of Library
Board Meeting
Monday, July 10 @ 5pm

Come meet Ameren's
"Louie the Lightning Bug"
Tuesday, July 11 @ 11:30am

Recently Released Movie
"The Zookeeper's Wife"
Tuesday, July 11 @ 2pm

Book Talk & Signing
by Local Author
Jill Bartelt
Thursday, July 13
4-6pm

Adult Book Club
Monday, July 17
2pm meets @
KPLD Community Room
"Fire Lover""
7pm meets @
Country Morning Coffee

PreK Story Time
Tuesday, July 18 & 25
11:30am - Noon

Creativity @ the Carnegie
"Come sit & sew"
Thursday, July 20 4-6pm


Horror Book Club
Thursday, July 20 @ 4:30pm
High School & YA
"NOS4A2

Henry County Genealogical Society
presents
"M&M-Model T's & Henry Ford"
by Bill Scott
Monday, July 24 @ 1:30pm

Recipe Round Up
Thursday, July 27 @ Noon
"Northeastern U.S."

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