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Over 100 people came to hear Mark Dvorak’s railroad-themed folk music at this past Sunday’s Music in the Stacks which was part of our celebration of Arlington Heights' Quasquicentennial. Pictured above are Delanely and Marge who helped with flipping illustrated cards to help the audience sing along to Louis Armstrong’s “What a Wonderful World.”
In August you can drop in for our next Music in the Stacks and hear folk rock music performed by Ted Clyde from The New 35.
Date and Time: Sunday, August 26, 2 - 4 p.m.
Location: First Floor of the Library
Pack up a box full of easy ideas for greener lunches with inspiring product information and fresh bites to ensure fruits and veggies to be a hit. Your waste-free lunches will be the star of the lunch room!
Local author, pianist and composer Raymond Benson will perform original tunes, movie music, and rock 'n roll on solo piano. Mr. Benson has created musical scores for several off-off and off-Broadway productions, supplied music for computer games and performed in a number of venues. In 2002 he was hired to perform a suite of John Barry’s film music on the piano for Barry himself at a London tribute. He is also half of the library’s popular Dann & Raymond’s Movie Club.