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Celebrate National Poetry Month with CPL

Spring is here, and poetry is in the air! April is National Poetry Month. To get your poetic juices flowing, CPL's hosting workshops, readings and other poetry events in neighborhoods around the city. Event highlights include a workshop to help you master short form poetry, a screening…

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Services Limited During CPL System Upgrade, April 13-21

Chicago Public Library will migrate to a new library management system starting at 5 a.m. Thursday, April 13 and ending Friday, April 21. This system is the tool we use to manage services such as issuing library cards, checking out materials and placing holds. During this time, you must bring your library card with you…

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Teens, Apply for Summer Internships at Chicago Public Library

Teens, want to work at the library? Apply online at One Summer Chicago for 100 different After School Matters intern positions to be hosted by 30 different Chicago Public Library sites through the City of Chicago's One Summer Chicago partnership. Each job posting will be limited to a specific number of applicants, so don't delay in completing your…

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Free Days at Chicago Museums in March

Enjoy free admission to Chicago museums on Illinois resident discount days in March. (Dates are subject to change, so please confirm dates with each museum.) Art Institute of Chicago Thursdays from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Chicago Botanic Garden Always free; parking is $20/car, $25/van Chicago Children’s Museum First Sunday of every month for children 15…

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Celebrate Women’s History Month with CPL

Celebrate Women's History Month this March with Chicago Public Library! We're exploring the theme "Women's Activism: Then and Now" through workshops, lectures, craft times, author readings, film screenings and more. Women's History Month activities begin with Celebrating Textile Art for Teens on Wednesday, March 1 at Sulzer Regional Library. Throughout history, crafts such as knitting, crochet,…

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