Programs

National Library Week ~ April 19 – 25

April 19 – 25

Color like you mean it! If you love your library…leave us a heart to display on our desk!

Inspirational Book Club

Sun. Mar. 19 @ 2:30 PM

Jewelry Club

Thu. Apr. 23 @ 6:00 PM

Movie, Food & Fun

Fri. Apr. 24 @ 5:00 PM

Flip-Flop Wreath

Sat. Apr. 25 @ 1:30 PM

Adult Spring 2020 Programs

Tuesday Movie Matinees

Tues. Mar. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 | Apr. 7, 14, 21, 28 | May 5, 12, 19, 26
@ 1:30 PM
Film fans gather at the library to watch a different movie each Tuesday. Participants suggest the movie titles. Snacks are provided.

Adult Yoga

Thu. Mar. 5, 12, 19, 26 | Apr. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 | May 7, 14, 21, 28
@ 11:00 AM
Yoga will be instructed by gentle video routines. A certified instructor will be leading the class the first and third Thursday of the month. Limit 15. Registration required.

Spring Bingo

Fri. Mar. 6, 20 | Apr. 3, 17 | May 1, 15
@ 10:30 AM
Join us for Bingo. light refreshments, and prizes.

Family Loteria

Sun. Mar. 8 | Apr. 5
@ 3:00 PM
Meet with us one Sunday of each month to play Loteria, or Bingo, and win awesome prizes. Refreshments and fun will be provided.

DIY Craft Club

Thu. Mar. 12 | Apr. 9 | May 14
@ 6:00 PM
5th grade & up
Join our DIY Craft Club to share and learn ideas from others. There will be a different project each time and supplies will be provided.

Pie Day

Sat. Mar. 14
@ 12:00 PM
It’s National Pie Day! Celebrate by trying different pies!

Cozy Corner Book Club

Sat. Mar. 14 | Apr. 11 | May 9
@ 11:00 AM
Cozy mysteries are fun, easy to read books, that are funny, downplay violence and often take place in a small town.

Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme: Kitchen Herb Gardens

Sun. Mar. 15
@ 2:00 PM
Never run out of fresh herbs! It’s easy to grow herbs at home. Master gardener, Ed Kuchta is back for an informative, inspirational session on how to grow, care, and use some favorite kitchen herbs.

Inspirational Book Club

Sun. Mar. 22 | Apr. 19 | May 17
@ 2:30 PM
This club offers a thoughtful mixture of self-empowering pieces of literature. Read and then discuss in a welcoming, safe and social setting. It’s meant to be equal parts inspirational learning and casual fun.

Hodgkins Book Club

Thu. Mar. 26 | Apr. 23 | May 28
@ 1:00 PM
Join the Hodgkins Book Club! Make new friends, read more books, and have fun discussing them. Pick up a copy of this month’s read at the circulation desk and join us!

Jewelry Club

Thu. Mar. 26 | Apr. 23 | May 28
@ 6:00 PM
4th grade & up
Take a break and join us for Jewelry Club. Come and make fun jewelry and learn different techniques that you could use. Registration required.

Movie, Food & Fun

Fri. Mar. 27 | Apr. 24 | May 29
@ 5:00 PM
Skip expensive movie theater tickets and bring friends, siblings, parents and grandparents to movie night at the library. Pizza and drinks will be provided.

Cook-A-Book Club

Sun. Mar. 29 | Apr. 26 | May 31
@ 2:30 PM
5th grade & up
Join us for the tasty cookbook club! Prepare and bring a dish to share from the selected cookbook. Limit 10. Registration required.

Grilled Cheese Day

Sat. Apr. 11
@ 2:30 PM
Celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day at the library with stories, crafts, and grilled cheese sandwiches. Families with kids of all ages and grilled cheese lovers are welcome.

Flip-Flop Wreath

Sat. Apr. 25
@ 1:30 PM
5th grade & up
Bring summer-inspired colors and flare to your front door by creating a Flip-Flop Wreath! All supplies will be provided. Limit 10. One per family. Registration required.

Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

Sat. May 2
@ 2:oo PM
Join us for our annual celebration! More details coming soon!

Mom & Me Spa Day

Fri. May 8
@ 5:00 PM
Bring your mom or that special person in your life to the library and enjoy an evening reserved just for the two of you. We will be making crafts. Light refreshments will be served. Limit 10 families. Registration required.

DIY Pet Month

Sat. May 9
@ 2:30 PM
5th grade & up
DIY a wood sign with a quote to choose about your pet. Create a corner bookmark that looks like a cat or dog. Limit 10. One per family. Registration required.

Funding for our Senior programs and activities was provided by AgeOptions, a nonprofit organization connecting older adults and those who care for them with resources and service options so they can live their lives to the fullest.

Technology Programs

Need help learning or doing something on the computer? Contact Martin to schedule your 30-minute appointment: malmeida@hodgkinslibrary.org or call 708-579-1844.

¿Ocupa ayuda para aprender o para hacer algo en la computadora? ¿O tiene preguntas sobre la tecnologia? ¡Usted escoge lo que quiere!