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Beyond the Bookshelves: Drop in and enjoy the Geneva Public Library

Geneva Public Library
Geneva Public Library

The library is open – no appointments needed! Drop in and visit to browse, check out materials, do some homework, read, catch up on work, and more. Computers are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. Virtual events such as storytimes, crafts, tech topics, programs for teens and middle schoolers, and more take place online each month. View the calendar and register for a virtual event at gpld.org/events.

Library hours are:

9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Thursday

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday

Choose how to enjoy the library: virtually via their website, gpld.org, with their drive-up service, or in person.

Questions? Email the library at geneva.library@gpld.org, or call 630- 232-0780.

Because COVID-19 still impacts our daily lives, the library must follow standards from the State of Illinois. Review the procedures at gpld.org/announcements.

Keep up with the latest library news and events at gpld.org.

The Librarian Recommends: Librarian Kylie Peters recommends the Young Adult romance “Lovely War” by Julie Berry for grades 7 and up. “This is romantic historical fiction made epic by the subtle machinations and behind-the-scenes drama of the Greek gods and goddesses. It’s also a tense and heart-wrenching story of the strength forged by the bonds of friendship and love in a world wracked by tragedy,” she said.

Paula Krapf is public relations and marketing manager for Geneva Public Library. The “Beyond the Bookshelves” column runs the third Thursday of each month. Feedback can be sent to editorial@kcchronicle.com.

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