The library plans spring applications to show on-line


Park Ridge Public Library, 20 S. Prospect Ave. (Charles Miller / Picture Journal)

The Park Ridge Library’s lineup of digital spring applications contains a number of new additions for adults, together with an creator discuss on how you can make buddies as adults, a conservation discuss a inexperienced backyard and the administration of COVID-19.

New applications for teenagers and teenagers embrace a digital Lego Membership, Chapter 1 Fridays, and an Earth Day celebration with the Lorax.

Standard digital applications for adults akin to Guide Discussions, Pub Quiz, Chair Yoga, and Writers’ Group proceed.

Upcoming occasions are added:

A digital creator discuss on March 18 from Jenn Bane, creator and host of the “Friendshipping” podcast, discussing the abilities wanted to make and preserve buddies as adults. A digital convention, “Be Inexperienced When You Backyard” with Sharon Yiesla of Horticultural Companies, which is able to deal with using fewer chemical substances, water conservation and different inexperienced gardening practices.

A digital craft workshop with Twisted Fiber Artwork Studio on Could 4th.

On Could 4, a digital creator talks with entomologist Doug Tallamy about his ebook, Nature’s Greatest Hope, on Planting Wildlife Habitat in Our Backyards, co-sponsored by Go Inexperienced Park Ridge.

“We’re joyful to supply thrilling new applications in addition to our glorious recurring month-to-month applications,” mentioned Laura Scott, Director of Grownup Companies. “It is nice to see so many consumers in a position to take part and join with one another.”

Youth Companies have additionally deliberate new applications, together with:

• The return of the Lego Membership with a digital contact;

• An Earth Day celebration for college kids from Kindergarten to Kindergarten with Dr. Seuss’ basic, “The Lorax”;

• A Canine Man night time for grades 1 to three on Could 27; and

Artwork applications akin to Directed Doodles and the Andertoons Cartoon Class may even return.

Teenagers may have a number of methods to attach with one another and with the library:

• Earn hours of service as a part of a month-to-month VolunTeens program;

• Take part in a month-to-month bo44ok dialogue for Grades 4-8 and Grades 6-12.

• Excellent your cooking abilities with the “Cookin ‘with Books” program, which features a cookbook by Duff Goldman and a baking cookbook by Sarah Kieffer.

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