Remote Events March 23-29
March 24, 2020
We’re developing lots of events and activities for you to enjoy at home while our building is closed. Check here each week for more.
For kids and families
We want to know what you’re cooking as a family while everyone’s at home. Looking for an at-home group cooking idea? Learn how to make challah with community member Amy Claver, who has led cooking workshops at the library. Show us what you’re making using the hashtag #SkokieLibraryCooks on Twitter and Instagram.
Lead Your Own Storytimes at Home
See tips and resources, as well as recordings, from our youth librarians so you can do your own storytime at home.
Teen Library Council
Join us for a Zoom meetup Thursday, March 26, 4:30-5:30 pm. Give your input on remote library services and events for teens. For grades 6-12. Email Laurel for the login info.
See our Instagram stories on Tuesday, March 24 for information on submitting your Census 2020 information online.
Online Civic Lab: All Genders
Join our Civic Lab team on Twitter on Wednesday, March 25 from 1-2 pm as we share resources and discussion around how humans explore and express their gender.
Virtual Book Club
This book discussion will take place over the next three weeks on Goodreads. Join the discussion starting Thursday, March 26 from 2-3 pm. Our first book, The Good Neighbor: The Life and Work of Fred Rogers by Maxwell King,is available as an eBook or digital audiobook on Hoopla (free with your library card).
Log on to the Digital Concert Hall ticket page with the code BERLINPHIL and use it for free for 30 days. No cancellation needed when your 30 days are up. The last day to redeem this code is Tuesday, March 31. More than 600 orchestral concerts are available, including 15 with new chief conductor, Kirill Petrenko.
International Bluegrass Music Association
See the schedules and attendance details for online bluegrass concerts and festivals. Events are currently taking place daily.
WDCB Virtual Events
WDCB, Chicago’s Home for Jazz, has a calendar of upcoming virtual streamed performances featuring jazz, blues, world, and folk music.