This month we are featuring Kade and Lilah. The library is highlighting members of our community who use the Launch Pad to create artisan crafts.
The Daily Herald featured an article about applying for the next Maker in Residence for the summer of 2024. Applications are due February 5, 2024. Written by Russell Lissau.
The 2023-2024 One Book, One Community selection is The Violin Conspiracy by Brendan Slocumb. Read Slocumb’s thoughts about his work and about music in this interview, courtesy of the Vernon Area Public Library. OBOC runs from December 1, 2023 to February 25, 2024.
Libraries are vibrant community hubs where members can explore more than just books. Small projects can lead to big happiness. It started for member Bhavya when she visited the Launch Pad about three years ago.
The Daily Herald featured an article about the library’s partnership with local community member Maya with the installation of a Little Free Pantry on the library’s property. Written by Russell Lissau.
The Daily Herald featured an article about the Maker-in-Residence artist and program. Buffalo Grove artist Anastasia Sitnikov works on a macramé sculpture in the Launch Pad maker space at the Indian Trails Public Library in Wheeling. Written by Russell Lissau.
The Launch Pad has selected its first Maker-in-Residence, local resident Anastasia Sitnikov. During the course of her residency she will create an installation for the library; a large-scale wall sculpture that interweaves macrame with laser-cut objects created by library members.
Start your summer off with a sizzle and join us at the table for this summer’s library adventure at Indian Trails Public Library District. The main library will host a kick-off event Saturday, June 10, from 10:30 am-2 pm.
The Daily Herald featured an article about the renovation project for the Indian Trails library’s branch facility in Prospect Heights. Written by Russell Lissau.
The Buffalo Grove Countryside newspaper featured an article about the Super Saturday event “T-Rexplorers Dinosaur Discovery”. Written by Karie Angell Luc, Pioneer Press.