Helen Plum Library helenplum.org
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
President: Virginia Carlson Vice-President: Gary Brenniman Treasurer: Jason Brandt Secretary: Sue Wiggins
LITERARY ELEMENTS SUMMER READING June 7 – August 10! Sign-up for Summer Reading! Discover your favorite books and ebooks, with a chance to win prizes!
SKYPE FOR BEGINNERS June 3 at 7pm
HELEN PLUM QUILTERS
June 11 & July 9, 6-8 pm Experienced quilters and novices are welcome. Please bring basic sewing supplies.
MASTER GARDENERS HELP DESK
Wednesdays in June 6:30-8pm Drop in and talk to a Master Gardener.
WILLIAM HAZELGROVE: FINDING THE NOVEL INSIDE OF YOU June 21 at 2pm
Hazelgrove tells the secrets to get started on that idea and keep at it through the fi rst draft and subsequent revisions. He also covers getting published, sharing stories of paper- back auctions, movie options and his fi rst big contract.
HEALTHY LIFESTYLE SUPPORT GROUP This group will re-convene in May as a private group. Please email Mary Peters at Healthylifestyles2014@ hotmail.com
GENEALOGY MEETING June 24 at 7pm
FINDING ONLINE NEWSPAPERS July 22 at 7pm
An overview of how to locate what newspapers existed and some of the websites used to fi nd them. Sarah Kirby is currently a member of APG, NGS, the Genealogical Speakers Guild, and several other local and regional societies.
Learn how to use Skype, the video and chat messaging service.
Trustee: John Larkin Trustee: Jill McWilliams Trustee: Allison Pinkett-Floyd Director: Robert A. Harris
Join us for our Business Blends - Coffee & Connections on the 3rd Tuesday of each month!
S-CORPORATION, C-CORPORATION OR LLC: WHICH IS RIGHT FOR YOU? June 17 at 6pm
Learn the tax and legal differences from two experts: Attorney Charles Wentworth and David Maines, CPA. Enjoy light refreshments and business information, whether yours is a brick-and-mortar, virtual or home-based business.
RESOURCES FOR THE UNEMPLOYED AND CAREER CHANGERS June 12 at 7pm
Accessing federal retraining monies, fi nancial aid, scholarships and the programs and services available to adults returning to school.
SENIOR SOCIALS 3rd Mondays at 1pm
MICHIGAN BEACH TOWNS June 16 at 1pm Warm sandy beaches, blue water, sailboats, sunsets, lighthouses, and fresh blueberries…you will fi nd all these things in the beach towns of Western Michigan.
AGELESS GRACE® – TIMELESS FITNESS FOR THE BODY AND BRAIN™ July 21 at 1pm Ageless Grace® is an anti-aging fi tness program for the body AND brain based on the science of neuroplasticity. All seniors welcome including those in wheelchairs or with other physical limitations. Please wear clothes that give you freedom of movement and bring a bottle of water and a hand towel.
R R LIBRARY HOURS
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
BOOK & FILM DISCUSSIONS
LIBRARY LOUNGE 1st Tuesdays, at 7:30pm June 3 - Gods Without Men by Hari Kunzru July 1 -The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman helenplum.org/library-lounge
HPL BOOK DISCUSSIONS The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman June 18, 1pm &
June 19, 1pm & 7:30pm
The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson July 16, 1pm &
July 17, 1pm & 7:30pm R
FILM DISCUSSION The Red Shoes June 22, 2:00pm Twenty Feet from Stardom July 27, 2:00pm
HISTORY BOOK DISCUSSION Lombard Historical Society Carriage House at 2pm
Sponsored by Helen Plum Library & Lombard Historical Society June 1 - Treacherous Beauty: Peggy Shippen, the Woman Behind Benedict Arnold’s Plot to Betray America by Mark Jacob July 20 – Junius and Albert’s Adventures in the Confederacy: A Civil War Odyssey by Peter Carlson
FREE MOVIE KICKS OFF SWEET’S CIVIL WAR ENCAMPMENT AT FOUR SEASONS PARK: LINCOLN July 25 at 8:15/Dusk
Helen Plum Library and Lombard Historical Society are co-hosting the fi lm Lincoln at Four Seasons Park.
LOOK! =Registration Required! Register online at helenplum.evanced.info
, or by phone at 630-627-0316, Ask for Adult Services.
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