Library and Fire Museum: Community gems that work together
I wrote about the Imagine…the possibilities Art and Artifacts event a couple of weeks ago to give a small idea on how the event went, and to thank those who made it possible.
Now, all the figures have been tallied … [more]
Veterans History Project is not just for libraries
Two weeks ago, I attended the Illinois Library Association Annual Conference in Springfield.
Attending conferences is a great way to be reenergized and to pick up new information from fellow library employees from around the state or country.
I attended… [more]
‘Gadget lover’ accepts coordinator role at Eola Road Branch
Heather Sturm took her children on a tour of the Eola Road Branch Library before she accepted the position of Branch Coordinator there.
Her daughter, Annabel, 5, liked all the stuffed animals in the Children’s Department. And Otto, 9, wanted … [more]
Seamstress to help girls find right dress for magical evening
Janet Biondo of Aurora thinks all girls should have a magical prom experience.
Magic doesn’t have to mean spending lots of money, though, as Biondo knows.
She has helped countless girls find the dresses of their dreams for little or … [more]
Teen ‘techies’ help adults relate to their technological toys
Lynn Flynn had some questions about her laptop. Luckily, some technologically savvy teens had the answers.
Flynn, 58, noticed there was a “Techie Geek Squad” program listed in the winter edition of the Aurora Public Library’s @ your library newsletter
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