Do you want to make a difference in a child’s life? Foster parents provide a safe, nurturing home for children or teens temporarily separated from their families through no fault of their own. If you are interested in becoming a foster/resource parent, please come to one of these special info sessions taking place at DC Public Libraries.
Story time recommended for children in preschool (ages 3 - 5).Come read stories, sing songs, and play with us! A program designed to encourage literacy in young children.Please call the library if you plan on bringing a large group.
A book club focusing on books of mystery and suspense - just for kids!We read a new mystery or suspense book every month. Come to Woodridge Interim Library to check out a copy of the book and join us for the monthly meeting to discuss what we liked about the book, what we didn't, and what surprised us the most. Recommended for ages 8 - 12.
Story time recommended for children between the ages of 0 - 3.We read stories from the library's collection, sing songs, and engage in play to encourage early literacy.Please call the library if you plan on bringing a large group.
This hands-on adult computer class is designed to let you enter the personal computer world on the ground floor.Learn how to borrow and download resources from DC Public Library and how to use Video Access Database.
Dr. Diane Kern will lead and facilitate interactive discussions on the topic: "Romance at Any Age."This is the first seminar of our 7:30 Tuesdays event.7:30 Tuesdays is geared specifically for late teens and adults and will meet on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m.Other topics will include "Coping with Holiday Stress," "Family Ties" and "Healthy Boundaries."Light refreshments will be served.
May is Older Americans Month. Since 1963, our nation has designated this month as a time to celebrate the many contributions of older Americans and to focus attention on staying healthy and active.From 1963 until 1973, May was referred to as Senior Citizens Month. In May 1974, President Jimmy Carter changed the name to Older Americans Month.
Woodridge Interim Library is proud to announce its first bookmark contest for youth and teens in celebration of National Library Week, April 13-19. Design a bookmark that shows what you love about the library!
Join the Woodridge Interim Library Anime Club on Saturday, May 15 , at 3 p.m. for a fun afternoon of anime and related discussion pertaining to the genre. The slate of activities are listed below.Word of the Week: 仲間 Nakama (friend, buddy)Group Discussion: Who are most important to a story line........heroes or villains?
Join the Woodridge Library for an entertaining afternoon of anime and related music. The activities for the day are as follows.Group Activity: Create a YouTube playlist for the Woodridge Anime Club highlighting our favorite episode intros.