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Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm
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Upcoming Events


  • 1:30pm to 2:15pm
    Join us for an afternoon of live Polka. Songs like the "Alphabet Polka," "Numbers Schottische," and "Tiny Bubbles in the Tub" are sure to create an...


  • 10:00am to 10:30am
    Drop in for a 30-minute storytime where children and caregivers will listen to stories, share in some songs, and get out some wiggles. Ages 2-6


  • 11:00am to 1:15pm
    Prior to the sing-along screening of Mary Poppins, join us for the 2013 film about the making of the famous Walt Disney Classic! PG-13, 125 min.

Buzz Blog

  • July 28

    Summer Reading Rocks Niles Library’s KidSpace!

    src-2014 Once again, the Niles Public Library is asking patrons (especially our youngest ones) to make visiting the Library part of their summer routine. And it’s working! KidSpace patrons are racing the calendar in this, the eighth of nine weeks of the 2014 Summer Reading Program, to read (or be read to) and get prizes, prizes, prizes… Readers (who read independently, usually chapter-book fictio...

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  • July 28

    Book Recommendation: The One & Only by Emily Giffin

    book-recommend1 Emily Giffin’s new novel, The One & Only is her best in this reader’s opinion. Shea has recently finished college in her hometown and works for the college press as a sportswriter. Her best friend’s father, affectionately called “...

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  • July 25

    A Guide to Popular TV Dramas: Part 3

    dramas3 Whereas all procedural shows are close ended episodes, serial dramas are the complete opposite. A show with an ongoing storyline where not all loose ends are tied up in a neat little bow by episode’s end. In order to sustain the longevity of the show, each episode ends in a cliffhanger and character arcs and multiple subplots take time to develop over the course of half (generally 12 or 13 episo...

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