Friday, November 28, 2008
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
During this holiday season giving thanks can include giving to those in need. The Northfield Township Food Pantry is in need of donations. Our local food pantry is entirely supported by the generosity of individuals, businesses, civic groups and the faith community. A list of wanted items is posted on the Northfield Township web site. The food pantry accepts food donations, financial donations, and volunteers. Donations can be dropped off at the Northfield Township Food Pantry, 3801 West Lake Ave in Glenview. To volunteer, please call Mary Lou Kratochwill at 847-724-8300 or email email@example.com. During this festive time of year it is particularly important to remember those who can use our help.
Monday, November 24, 2008
Friday, November 21, 2008
The Glenview Public Library has a genealogy Web page with information to get you started in researching your family history. Explore at http://www.glenviewpl.org/genearesources.htm.
Every month, a hands-on training workshop is offered, giving instruction in using the Library's online genealogy resources. The Library also brings in well-known genealogists or local historians from time-to-time to talk about interesting topics in genealogy.
To receive occasional e-mails notifying you about classes and presentations here at the Library, along with other important genealogical announcements, send an e-mail to Deena at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "subscribe genealogy."
We look forward to helping you grow your family tree!
The Reference Services Department blog Connections launches officially today. Connections embodies the concept of relationship -- in this instance, a relationship between the Library and its Community and information. The Reference Services staff will be updating Connections frequently, so, please, come back often! Welcome to Connections!
Saturday, November 15, 2008
According to The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America (in Reference at R641.3 OXF) cranberries were cultivated by Native Americans long before white settlers arrived, which makes cranberries particularly appropriate for Thanksgiving fare.
For more information on cranberries, including history and recipes, click here. Also, here are a few cookbooks you can check out from our non-fiction collection, each with several mouthwatering cranberry recipes: Seriously Simple Holidays, 641.568 WOR; The Thanksgiving Cookbook, 641.568 GAR; and The Nantucket Holiday Table, 641.568 SIM.
Enjoy the season.
Saturday, November 8, 2008
Do you have a favorite columnist who regularly writes for a newspaper, magazine or journal? Do you subscribe to a publication just so you can read articles by your favorite author? Do you read professional journals that are routed multiple times around your officeplace before they reach you? Did you know that the Glenview Public Library subscribes to over 20,000 publications in electronic format? The electronic periodicals are searchable online through the Glenview Public Library online resources page and you can have either the entire publication, or just the articles you select, sent to your email.
You can search our electronic periodicals collection from our Website , www.glenviewpl.org, inside or outside the library,whenever you need an article; or you can set up a Search Alert to send articles to your e-mail account automatically daily, weekly or monthly. Two of our online publication indexes, Proquest and Ebscohost, allow users to create their own user accounts, mark documents, save search histories, and set up alerts - allconveniently saving you time.
In the ProQuest online index to periodicals look for the "My Research" link where you can create your own user account. In the Ebscohost online index the Search Alert pages can be created by clicking "My Ebscohost".
Maybe you are an avid reader and want to know every time your favorite author releases a new book. Sign in on Novelist Plus to create access to a personal area you can use to collect information you plan on re-using in a NoveList Plus session. You do not need to sign in to conduct searches or print. Sign in only if you want to save items and reuse them the next time you use NoveList Plus. Once you sign in, all the items saved in your folder will be available to you the next time you sign in to My NoveList. Only you can access your personal folder items and the search alerts you create.
Search Alerts available through Glenview Public Library 24 hour Online Services save you time and are a green alternative to print subscriptions.
Friday, November 7, 2008
Construction Alert for Area Drivers:
On Friday, November 7, the Illinois Tollway Authority will be pouring concrete for the Tollway bridge that runs over Milwaukee Avenue between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. As a result, traffic on Milwaukee Avenue near the bridge will be reduced to one lane. Flaggers will direct traffic; vehicles traveling in either direction may experience stops of up to five minutes or more as oncoming traffic moves along the road.
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Many schools, most government offices, post office branches, courts, and major banks will be closed.
Glenview Public Library will be open to serve you on Veterans Day our normal hours, 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
If your energy services have been discontinued, your request will receive priority processing, as will applications from households that include elderly or disabled persons. If you or someone you know needs help heating their home this winter, visit http://www.liheapillinois.com/ for information about how to apply.
In Glenview, call the Glenview Senior Services Department at (847) 904-4366.