Thursdays, June 30, 7:45a Tuesday, June 28, 5:30p Enjoy the diversity of yoga. Join our yogi masters for a live yoga practice. You may join us in the library (no registration necessary) OR from the comfort of your home using Zoom.   Email to receive the Zoom registration meeting invite to attend! 

Chair Yoga

Wednesday, June 29, 2:00p Interested in trying yoga, but don’t think your body can? Well, this class is for you!  You may join us at the library or from the comfort of your home using Zoom. Instructor led. In person – No registration necessary. Joining our class virtually from home…Grab an armless chair and your computer or smart phone. No mat needed. If you have a strap/belt, block/books, and a ball/round object that would be great as we may use them during our practice.  Email to receive the Zoom registration meeting invite to attend!  If you need help using Zoom, please call the library at 309-243-5716 for assistance.

Rigid Heddle Weaving Rabble on Thursday, July 28, 11:00a-12:30p

We are meeting in-person this month and we’ll have the Zoom Room open! Get out your loom, wind a warp, work on a project. Gather with other weaving folk via Zoom. If you don’t know what all of this means, join us and we’ll show you how we creatively use up our yarn stash.  Email to receive the Zoom registration meeting invite to attend!  

True Crime with Amanda Vicary Wednesday, June 29, 6:30p

Dr. Amanda Vicary (Illinois Wesleyan University) will discuss her research on true crime and why people, especially women, like this genre in this virtual presentation. She’ll also explore two cases of potential wrongful convictions in Illinois (Barton McNeil and Jamie Snow), and the convicted person in the Starved Rock murders case, Chester Weger. Register for the Zoom link at Presented in partnership with the Chillicothe Public Library and other neighboring libraries.

RESCEDULED to June 30! An Evening with Michelle Zauner 7:00p via Zoom


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Musician and author Michelle Zauner discusses her music career and her beloved bestseller Crying in H Mart. Her memoir about growing up Korean American, losing her mother, and forging her own identity was a New York Times notable book of the year. 

Best known as a singer and guitarist who creates indie pop under the name Japanese Breakfast, Grammy Award-nominated Zauner has won acclaim from major music outlets around the world.


Moderated by Jessica Hopper, a music critic, producer and author based in Chicago. In a career spanning more than twenty years, Hopper has earned acclaim as a provocative, fearless music journalist. She has written for, among others, GQ, Rolling Stone, The New York Times Magazine, The Guardian, Elle, and Chicago Reader.


This event is made possible by Illinois Libraries Present, a statewide collaboration among public libraries offering high-quality events. Funded in part by a grant awarded by the Illinois State Library, a Department of the Office of Secretary of State, using funds provided by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services, under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA).