Wilmette Public Library: Programs
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 11 Mar 2010, p. 50


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Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Srout is the library's choice for One Book, Everybody Reads program May 16.
Current Events Roundtable will meet March 15 moderated by Don Levinthal of Deerfield
Fourth Monday Reders book group will discuss Ellington Boulevard by Adam Langer March 22.
Caregivers of Children with Mental Illness Support Group will meet March 19 facilitated by a volunteer from the National Alliance for Mental Illness.
The Off-Site Book Talk for Seniors will take place March 12 at Mather Place, 2801 Old Glenview Road, Wilmette.
Anime Club: Animeniacs fo rchildren in sixth grade and up will meet March 13.
Children ages 9-13 can learn to play Bridge March 14-21
Children ages 6 and older can hear an irish folktale about the giant Finn MCoul March 17.
Matd Hatters Children's Theater Project will perform March 20.
K-9 Reading Buddies of the North Shore for Wilmette and Kenilworth residents in first-fifth grade will meet March 10 and April 14.

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11 Mar 2010
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Wilmette Public Libary
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Wilmette.News.304678
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Wilmette Public Library: Programs


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