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Change in Movie Rental Fees

Newly released feature films will still carry the small $1 fee per checkout, however all other titles are now FREE! 



Read our December Excerpts Newsletter

Excerpts Sept15 coverOur quarterly newsletter is now available online! Don't miss all of the exciting programming planned at the library this Winter! Upcoming events include an author visit from Madeleine Plonsker to present a program on Cuba, our Writers' Open Mic series will feature two events dates, one in January and February. We also featured a new Glencoe Academy online training program to help you learn more about our resources at your own pace! We have a wonderful family program about the North Pole as well as a tasty event feature Chocolates from around the world! Glencoe residents will receive the next issue of Excerpts in the mail but you can access it online right now!



Friends of the Library Fall Musical Concert


Join us for live music performed by the Guadajnini String Quartet at the library Sunday November 15 at 5pm. The library will close early at 4pm, with the doors reopening for concert seating at 4:30pm. This wonderful fall musical event is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. 



Packed house for our Booknews Discussion


Thanks to all who came for our Booknews Discussion held at Books On Vernon Bookstore here in Glencoe. We had over 40 people visit us as we gave reviews on new and upcoming releases to keep an eye out for your next great read. We meet quarterly, with time beforehand for networking and conversations over appetizers before the presentation, roughly lasting an hour. Our next date has not been scheduled but stay tune for more info in the coming months. Couldn't make it to our event? No worries, the titles discussed can be found here   



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Excerpts is the library newsletter and comes out every three months. It is mailed to every Glencoe resident. Copies of the newsletter are available online (below) and at the library. Please be sure to check the library calendar for program updates.

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