Watch the 2013 film based on Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel about Jay Gatsby. Gatsby had once loved beautiful, spoiled Daisy Buchanan, then lost her to a rich boy. Now, mysteriously wealthy, he is ready to risk everything to woo her back. Refreshments provided.
Come and enjoy a morning of Scrapbooking with Nora at the Melrose Park Public Library. Discover different techniques in scrapbooking as we work on simple to elaborate page layouts and explore print and electronic resources provided by the library.
With the help of our staff, Consuelo has been able to conquer basic computer skills and use these skills to further explore electronic resources provided by the Melrose Park Public Library. Starting with the basics, Consuelo learned computer operating skills such as how to use a mouse and typing. Using these skills, she started her first email account at the library. Currently, she is using our electronic resource, Mango Languages, to better her English-language skills. MPPL provides an array of resources to further your computer skills and make you self-sufficient in adult learning.
Check out one of our two new iPads for in-library use from the Adult Services Desk for Internet access and to access numerous online resources provided by the library. The iPads are easy to navigate and make it easier to view content. Sit and use comfortably from anywhere in the library for two hours of uninterrupted screen time.
Rules and Regulations:
Patrons must be Melrose Park Public Library cardholders, 14 years or older
With 2014 marking the 100th anniversary of World War I, take this opportunity to learn more about the precipitating events that started both World War I and II by attending a special presentation by Historian Jim Gibbons on Tuesday, August 19th at 2:00pm.
Join us on April 8 at 7pm to Solve the Mystery of Your Credit History. A representative from Family Credit Management will talk about credit scores, how to read your credit report, and dealing with creditors. Insider tips on improving your credit score will also be shared