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Juan Felipe Herrera, the U.S. Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry, joins us for the 61st annual Poetry Day.
The Knowledge Ninja is looking for kindergartners through second-graders to complete this challenge and become Knowledge Ninjas.
Acclaimed author Karin Slaughter discusses her latest book, Pretty Girls.Slaughter's new release is a sophisticated and chilling psychological …
The Knowledge Ninja is looking for third- through fifth-graders to complete this challenge and become Knowledge Ninjas.
Get ready to support the Cubs in Wednesday's playoff with these trivia guides, histories, player biographies, fan tributes and more.
Whether you're looking for inspiration to run, training for a race or curious about the history of the Chicago Marathon particularly, we've got…
Working on your family tree? Check out our genealogy lectures and discussions on Wednesdays in October at Harold Washington Library Center.
“Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.” R.J. Palacio, author of Wonder, calls for a new age of kindness.
Visit these Polish American Heritage Month exhibits by local artists throughout the city.
Questions about investing, Medicare or Social Security? Check out our October financial literacy events throughout the city.
Library Foundation Junior Board events combine the love of reading with a night out. Bonus: Get a library card while you’re there!
This October, read Wonder by R.J. Palacio, attend one of our book clubs, story times or art events, and share ways that you Choose Kind.
In a series of four classes, learn a fun, easy process to create beautiful images by drawing structured designs. Everyone can create amazing ar…
Although the Great Chicago Fire was clearly proven to have started in the cow’s shed, guilt is not so easily established.
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