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“They come here first.” Business Services Librarian Shannon Scanlon talks about the library's programs for job seekers in today's Daily Herald. Read more about these programs, which are co-sponsored with Rotary Club of Arlington Heights.
For 11 years, Library Journal's Movers & Shakers list has been spotlighting librarians and others in the library field who are doing extraordinary work to serve their users and to move libraries and library services forward. This year, Digital Services Manager Richard Kong made the list as one of the tech leaders of 2012.
Congratulations to Richard!
Want to know what happens on a typical day at the Library? On Wednesday, April 13, we joined libraries across the state participating in "Snapshot: One Day in the Life of Your Library."
Here are some of the photos that we took around the Library, Senior Center and bookmobile capturing the ways in which people use library services.
Photos from other Illinois libraries.
Calling all aspiring teen filmmakers! Come to the library to get help making your entry for the village's VAH 125 teen video contest celebrating the village's 125th anniversary.
We have equipment that you can check out to create your video:
- Sony Bloggie Touch camcorders
- a Zoom H1 mic
- Canon S95 digital cameras
You can use our digital Studio to edit it, add music and create special effects with:
- M-audio Oxygen 61 keyboard
- green screen
- and much more - all for free
Need help to plan your project or learn to use the equipment? Call 847-392-0100 to make an appointment or stop by the Computer Help Desk.
Learn more about the Studio and all it has to offer.
Get more information about the teen video contest.
It's official! Arlington Heights won WGN-TV's first Battle of the 'Burbs, edging out Mount Prospect, 4-3, in a wacky games showdown featured on the Morning News, Thursday, February 19.
Hosted by WGN's Ana Belaval, Team Arlington Heights included the library’s Executive Director Jason Kuhl along with Mayor Tom Hayes, Arlington Park Bugler Monica Benson, SALUTE Founder Will Beiersdorf, and Chicago AAA Insurance Agent Matthew Staley. Mount Prospect's team included Mayor Arlene Juracek along with four other local leaders and business owners.
The competition played out throughout the morning broadcast and included a series of zaney events ranging from an egg pass and Bozo buckets to pin the mustache on the news anchor and a water balloon toss. In the end, Team Arlington Heights cinched the title by one point and secured bragging rights in the northwest 'burbs.
Watch Battle of the 'Burbs highlights including a pie-eating competition.
Picture: Go, Team Arlington Heights! Left to right are Will Beiersdorf, Jason Kuhl, Monica Benson, Matthew Staley and Tom Hayes.