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ATTN: This month's Books+Tea book club meeting (May 27th) has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience.
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Chillicothe Public Library Board of Trustees Regular Meetings
The next Library Board meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 21st, 2013.
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Poem In Your Pocket Day!
Find A Book
Secretary of State and State Librarian Jesse White is joining Governor Pat Quinn and Illinois Superintendent of Education Christopher A. Koch in urging librarians, educators and families to use the free online “Find a Book” search tool to ensure students continue reading while they are out of school this summer. “Find a Book” provides a way for librarians, parents and children to quickly and easily search for books that match a child’s reading level and interests. “Find a Book” also helps locate a local library carrying each book title. “Our Illinois libraries have long promoted year round reading and the `Find a Book’ search tool complements such efforts,’’ said Secretary White. “I encourage parents to read with their children every day to ensure a lifelong love of reading. When children begin reading independently, they are not only making academic gains but opening themselves to new worlds.”
6:15-7:15 pm most Mondays and Wednesdays.
A fun Latin dance inspired fitness party for all levels (those 12 and under should be accompanied by an adult).
Wear comfy clothes & shoes, and bring a water bottle.
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