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Free Summer Meals available at the library

By: GEPL Staff

Free summer meals for kids and teens 18 and under are available at the library this summer through Friday, August 11. Meals are available Monday through Friday from Noon to 1 pm in the North and South Meeting Rooms and are provided by the Northern Illinois Food Bank. All are welcome - no registration required.… Read More

2023 Summer Reading begins Monday, June 5!

By: GEPL Staff

A Summer of Pop Art* to benefit the Glen Ellyn Food Pantry Monday, June 5 – Friday, August 4 This summer, read to help the Glen Ellyn Food Pantry! If 1,500 readers register, the Glen Ellyn Library Foundation and Friends of the Library will each donate $1,000 to the Glen Ellyn Food Pantry to help… Read More

Glen Ellyn Public Library Embraces Warhol

By: GEPL Staff

  The library is excited to support Cleve Carney Museum of Art and McAninch Arts Center at the College of DuPage exhibition of Andy Warhol in summer of 2023.The Warhol Exhibition includes 94 works from Andy Warhol Portfolios: A Life in Pop/Works from the Bank of America Collection on loan through Bank of America’s Art… Read More

Freegal Music+

By: GEPL Staff

Freegal Music+ provides access to over 18 million songs including Sony Music labels—Columbia, RCA, Epic, Arista, and RCA, with unlimited FREE music streaming and five free downloads each month! Access Freegal Music+ with your library card number. The Freegal Music app is available in the Apple and Google Play stores, and on Amazon.… Read More

Randolph Caldecott Medal for the most distinguished American picture book for children

By: GEPL Staff

Every year, children's books earn coveted nominations for the Newbery, Caldecott, and Coretta Scott King book awards. The American Library Association announces the winners at their midwinter meeting on the last Monday in January. At the library, Youth Department staff also hotly debate picks for "Mock Caldecott Awards". The criteria include strong literary merit, exceptional… Read More

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