December marks the 35th Anniversary of the Endangered Species Act signed first by President Richard Nixon in 1973. Come check out some of the books and articles that the Todd Library has concerning these endangered species. One may catch your interest to do a last minute report for class or just for fun.
We will be saluting “National Native American Heritage Month” throughout the month of November. Come join us and learn more about past history and present day life among the various tribes. If you can’t make it into the library, you may still check out our collection of Ebooks from your home computers through our online catalog.
Are you afraid of things that go bump in the night?
In cooperation with Community Education’s program on Chicagoland ghost stories, the Todd Library will be displaying some of it’s own book collection on ghosts and hauntings. Come check them out and remember that Halloween is just around the corner!
September 1st ushers in the various celebrations of Hispanic pride and heritage beginning in Chile and Mexico and extending throughout the month for the rest of Central and South America as well as here in the United States. Come join us at the Todd Library as we too celebrate this heritage in our monthly book display. Many DVDs have been added to our collection as well.
With the anniversaries of three famous volcanic eruptions and the current volcanic activity going on in Alaska and Chile, the Todd Library will be hosting a book display on historic and current information concerning volcanoes. Did you know that volcanoes are blamed for “killing” the earth? And Underwater volcanoes are blamed for Mass extinctions? Come “check it out” at the library.