What's Happening @ The Library...
This year, the Library will receive supplies of three IRS forms: 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ. Unfortunately, we will not receive any instruction booklets for these forms, nor other forms or instructions, due to IRS budget cuts. You can still read, print or download forms from the IRS website, or order from the IRS online or by calling 1-800-829-3676.
**As a courtesy, Three Rivers Library allows up to 10 pages of tax forms to be printed for free from our public computers. Additional pages will be .10 each. Three Rivers Library also offers Remote Printing so you can find and print your forms from the comfort of your own home and pick up your print jobs at the library.
Spring Break Stay-cation @ the library!
for 7th-12th graders
Stuck at home for spring break? Not anymore!
Grab your Bermuda shorts and enjoy the sun, sand,and sounds of a true spring break…well, almost. We’ll break out the lawn chairs, load up on snacks,serve drinks with little umbrellas, and rock the tunes all night! Registration & permission slip are required.
Saturday, March 28 at 7pm through Sunday, March 29 at 7am
Doors will be open from 7-7:15pm on Saturday. NO ENTRY after 7:15pm! Permission slip & waiver are required by 4pm on March 26.
Myths and History of the Great Highland Bagpipes
J. Kevin Chapman will take you on a trip and introduce you to the history of the bagpipes and present a narrative on the story behind one of the oldest instruments still played in the world. This will include a demonstration and display of the regalia surrounding the bagpipes. Registration Required.
Tuesday, March 3rd
6pm, Minooka Branch
Tangled bookmarks- the perfect library art project! Tangling is a popular form of doodling that's fun and relaxing... and produces amazing results. Come learn about tangling and make your own tangled bookmark to keep for yourself. No art experience required. Registration Required.
Saturday, March 14
1pm, Minooka Branch
Cooking Class: Lighten Up!
Learn healthy eating ideas for National Nutrition Month! Kelly Donlea of organizingdinner.com returns with meals that substitute or reduce ingredients for a lighter food fare. Registration required.
Wednesday, March 18
6pm, Minooka Branch
The menu will include:
-Chicken Salad with apples using Greek yogurt as a substitute for mayonnaise
-Pasta salad using juice, vinegar and olive brine for more than half of the oil traditionally used in pasta salad
Youth Winter Reading 2015
- Youth Winter Reading- "Read to Succeed"January 4-March 7
The Chicago Wolves' sponsored "Read to Succeed" Youth Services Winter Reading Program is open to those from birth through high school. Stop by either library location beginning Sunday, January 4, to pick up your log, or register online here. If you choose to register online, you will need to come into either location to pick up your registration packet, which includes your log. Track the minutes you read on your paper log. When you meet your weekly goal of 100 minutes, log into your online account to notify us. At that time you will be entered into the drawing for that week; prizes change weekly so be sure to log your accomplishment as you achieve it! If you are selected as a lucky winner, Ms. Lisa will email and/or call you to let you know exactly what you have won!
Online Registration starts January 4th