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Jan 1 all-day
We are closed today in obervance of New Year’s Day.  Happy New Year!
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Tuesday Evening Book Club 6:30 pm
Tuesday Evening Book Club
Jan 9 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Evening Book Group August 8– The Zoo Keepers Wife: A war story.  By Diane Ackerman September 12 – Behind her eyes:  A suspenseful psychological thriller.  By Sarah Pinborough ... Read More »
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CLOSED
CLOSED
Jan 15 all-day
We are closed today in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
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Wednesday Afternoon Book Club 1:30 pm
Wednesday Afternoon Book Club
Jan 24 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Wednesday Afternoon Book Club 4th Wednesday, 1:30 PM January 24— The Hired Girl.  By Laura Amy Schlitz. February 28—The stars are fire.  By Anita Shreve March 28—Commonwealth: A ... Read More »
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Yoga for beginners 6:30 pm
Yoga for beginners
Jan 25 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Yoga for Beginners Thursday, January 25, 6:30 PM Strengthen and Stretch at the library in this pro-gram lead by a Nirvana Yoga instructor. This class will include yoga ... Read More »
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Jan
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Wednesday Afternoon Book Club
Jan 24 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Wednesday Afternoon Book Club

4th Wednesday, 1:30 PM

January 24— The Hired Girl.  By Laura Amy Schlitz.

February 28—The stars are fire.  By Anita Shreve

March 28—Commonwealth: A novel.  By Ann Patchett.

April 25—A gentleman in Moscow.  By Amor Towles.

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Yoga for beginners
Jan 25 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Yoga for Beginners

Thursday, January 25, 6:30 PM

Strengthen and Stretch at the library in this pro-gram lead by a Nirvana Yoga instructor. This class will include yoga poses, breathing exer-cises, and meditation. Please wear comfortable clothes to work out in and bring a towel or yo-ga mat if possible. Learn about the bene-fits of yoga as you practice it. Donation at the door, minimum of $6 is suggested. Please call the library to register today! This program is spon-sored by the Friends of the Library

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Peninsula Library 75th Birthday Day Party!
Feb 10 @ 10:30 am – 4:30 pm

Peninsula Library 75th Birthday Party!

Saturday, February 10

The Peninsula Library opened its doors for the first time on February 16, 1943 on the second floor of the Peninsula Village Town Hall. To commemorate that historic day, we are going to have a 75th Anniversary Birth-day Party on Saturday February 10, 2018. During the course of the day we will be hav-ing two programs:

Kids’ Valentine’s Crafts—Saturday, Feb-ruary 10, 10:30am-Noon

Hey Kids! Stop in the library for a make and take Valentine’s Day craft! You love the li-brary and we love our patrons, so come make a Valentine’s Day card for your family and friends. Please call to reserve a seat by Thursday, February 8 at 8pm so we can be sure to have enough supplies on hand.

75th Birthday Open House Saturday, February 10, 1-4PM

Join us for birthday cake, coffee, tea and hot chocolate as we commemorate the 75th Anni-versary of our opening day with a stroll down memory lane. The “library family” photo albums will be available for reminiscing. As a gift to our patrons, bring in your overdue materials on February 10 and we will waive your fines! Also, attendees will be able to select a free book from the book sale room courtesy of the Friends of the Library. Join us for a day of fun and help us celebrate our 75th anniversary!

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Tuesday Evening Book Club
Feb 13 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Tuesday Evening Book Club

2nd Tuesday, 6:30PM

February 13 – Euphoria. By Lily King

March 13 – Manhattan Beach. By Jennifer Egan.

April 10 – Little Fires Everywhere. By Celeste Ng

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CLOSED
Feb 19 all-day

We are closed today in observance of President’s Day.

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Wednesday Afternoon Book Club
Feb 28 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Wednesday Afternoon Book Club

4th Wednesday, 1:30 PM

January 24— The Hired Girl.  By Laura Amy Schlitz.

February 28—The stars are fire.  By Anita Shreve

March 28—Commonwealth: A novel.  By Ann Patchett.

April 25—A gentleman in Moscow.  By Amor Towles.

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Classic Movie Night
Mar 1 @ 6:30 pm – 8:45 pm

Classic Movie Movie Night

1st Thursday March, April, May, June –6:30PM

March 1—Ball of Fire

April 5—Notorious

May 3—The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek June 7—The Catered Affair.

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A crash course in retirement
Mar 6 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

A Crash Course in Retirement

Tuesday, March 6, 6:30-8PM

If you are concerned about your retirement and re-alize there’s a lot you don’t know, this is the class for you! Topics will include: How to take income from your assets in the most tax-efficient manner, Avoiding very costly IRA mistakes, what type of investment might be best for a retiree and what might not be. This class is focused on critical retire-ment issues for anyone preparing for retirement, or those already in retirement. Learning materials will be provided. Please call the library to register. Pre-sented by James C. Sexton III, CFP, CFS of West-ern Reserve Capital Management

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Tuesday Evening Book Club
Mar 13 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Tuesday Evening Book Club

2nd Tuesday, 6:30PM

February 13 – Euphoria. By Lily King

March 13 – Manhattan Beach. By Jennifer Egan.

April 10 – Little Fires Everywhere. By Celeste Ng

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Woodridge Local Schools Art Show
Mar 16 @ 9:00 am – 4:15 pm

March 16-April 2

Woodridge Local Schools will be dis-playing stu-dent artwork at the Peninsula Library March 16 to April 2. The art show will include work from grades K-12. Come to the Peninsula library to see what wonderful things are happening in the art rooms of Woodridge!  The show will be open during library hours:

Monday thru Thursdays 9am-8pm

Friday and Saturdays 9am-5pm