Thu., June. 25 6:30-8:30pm
Enjoy a music-filled movie and nosh on a snack! Hairspray (© New Line Cinema, 2007)
tells the story of Tracy Turnblad, a spirited teen who fights for integration after landing a spot on a TV dance show in 1962 Baltimore.
Teen Movie Night
FYI: FEMA Disaster Assistance
High School Semester Exams Week Extended Study Hours
Mon., Tue., Wed., Jun. 1, 2, 3
5:00-9:00pm All students
9:00-10:00pm High school students only
The Villa Park Public Library is providing a designated study space for students to study for exams. Computers and Wi-Fi access will be available, as well as free snacks.
The Library will remain open until 10:00 pm for high school students only. You must arrive before 9:00 pm. If you leave the building, you will not be allowed to re-enter. High school students must show a valid student ID from any high school.
You may study alone or with friends. Library staff will be on hand to assist. No registration is needed. Call the Library at 630-834-1164 for additional information.
Library Summer Reading Kick-Off Concert: Tropixplosion
Sunday, May 31 • Summer Reading Program registration from 1:00–3:00 p.m., Tropixplosion concert from 1:30–2:30 p.m. (Library parking lot). Come along for the ultimate island party as we kick off summer reading with a BANG! Tropixplosion is a six–piece modern steel drum band playing music with an upbeat island style including tropical favorites, reggae, and pop/rock party classics, all performed with an exotic twist! Enjoy the music and register for our Summer Reading Programs! (Event will be held in the Library Annex in case of rain.)
New in History: Days of Rage
Burroughs, The Big Rich, pursued former radicals from the time of anarchic violence of the 1960s and 1970s when groups such as the Weatherman, Symbionese Liberation Army, and the FALN mounted protest bombings of strategic targets. Days of Rage is full of revelations and new details about the major revolutionaries and the FBI and its desperate attempts to make the bombings stop.