Adult

Cupcake Bouquet

Have fun with friends as we learn to make a flower cupcake bouquet. You will get to take your unique and delicious creation home with you! Saturday June 7th at 11am.  

 

 

 

Summer French Desserts with Chef Michael Maddox, August 6: 7pm

Learn how to create fabulous custard, fruit, and chocolate desserts.

In-Library iPad Checkout

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
  • Library card must be in good standing, fines under $5.00

Triton College

Representatives from Triton College will be on hand to distribute information and answer questions from community members.

Triton College

Representatives from Triton College will be on hand to distribute information and to answer questions from community members.

Juegos @su biblioteca

Come on over to the Melrose Park Library and play classic/modern board games! We'll have plenty of games to play each month or bring your own to play with us. All skill levels welcome.

Cozy Comfort Foods

Chef Michael Maddox returns to the Melrose Park Public Library with an all new cooking and tasting demonstration. Three Cozy comfort classics will be prepared and all participants are invited to stay and sample the goodies.  Join us to prepare, taste, and enjoy!

Julia Child Style "Coq au Vin"

Winter Squash & Thyme Soup

Three Cheese and Portobello Risotto

ESL Study Group

ESL Study Group

Practice English conversation, reading, and writing with the Literacy Volunteers of Western Cook County. Please call (708) 848-8499 to register.

Creative Corner

Start a crafty project at the library, or bring one in to finish. Work together with friends or individually in the areas of sewing/quilting, needlework, papercrafts, painting, and more. The corner will be set-up the first Saturday of each month. For months the library is closed on the first Saturday, the Creative Corner will be held on the third Saturday.

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