On Friday, July 29, Farm Bureau members from Cook and Kendall counties toured the library with State Representative David Harris as part of the Farm Bureau's Adopt-A-Legislator program.
The Japanese maple trees shown above were donated by the Friends of the Library in honor of Paula Moore for her exemplary service as Kids’ World manager and Executive Director from 1991–2012. You can see the trees on the north side of the library along Euclid Avenue.
The Studio is located on the first floor. Schedule a one-on-one appointment to use the Studio or attend an upcoming tech class. Call 847-392-0100 to make a reservation or book online at ahml.info/studio. View tech classes at ahml.info/techclasses. Learn more about the Studio at ahml.info/studio. The Studio is funded by the Friends of the Library.
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