Spooky Fun at the Library

Enjoy Halloween-inspired programs all month long.


Library Virtual Tour

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Ready, Set, Write

Write a 50,000 word book by midnight Nov. 30.


Second Sunday Special

Sunday, November 9, 2pm

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    Learn to use the free version of Microsoft Excel - the Excel Web App. An MSN account is required. If you have Hotmail, MSN Mail, or an

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  • October 24

    Teen Book Review: Breakfast Served Anytime by Sarah Combs

    Breakfast-Review Do we all have a dream? As human beings, we are very much susceptible to the pits of our own idealism. Lost in an imagined world of our own wonders leads us to question: What is true anymore? Sarah Combs’ debut book, ...

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  • October 20

    The Circle of Life: Disney Animated Classics

    Walt_Disney_Pictures In the Oxford English Dictionary, a “classic” is defined as “something which is memorable and an outstanding example of its kind.” Disney Masterpiece collections are just that, and the fact that multiple generations have watched these beloved classics proves that they can stand the test of time. Today let the Niles Library ta...

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  • October 20

    Book Review: Tomboy: A Graphic Memoir by Liz Prince

    Tomboy-Review As a young girl growing up in the 1980s-90s, cartoonist Liz Prince preferred wearing sneakers, a boys’ blazer and a baseball cap instead of wearing dresses. She role-played Ghostbusters with her guy friend Tyler, and played right field on her local little league team. This preference for “non-girly” things continued through her adolescence and is t...

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Shakespeare is Back!

Now celebrating their 20th season, The Shakespeare Project will present four plays in a theatrical reading format.

For more information about the plays or our Shakespeare Film Series, click here.

Sponsored by The Friends of the Niles Public Library.

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