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The Civic Betterment Party (CBP) is a platform-neutral nominating committee made up of residents from all areas of the village. The CBP seeks, selects, and supports individuals willing to offer quality leadership to the Village and Library.
The CBP will have a Town Meeting December 1, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM at the Glen Ellyn Civic Center at 535 Duane Street. Candidate speeches begin at 10:00 AM. At the Town Meeting, residents will vote to approve the Civic Betterment Party bylaws revisions to improve CBP’s transparency, visibility, and effectiveness. Any person 18 years of age or older who has lived in Glen Ellyn for more than one year is eligible to vote at the Town Meeting or at early voting opportunities. Winners of the Town Meeting election will be placed on the ballot in the spring consolidated election.
For information about candidates and early voting, visit the Civic Betterment Party’s website.
Local author Mary Edsey, who drove over 10,000 miles during five winter seasons photographing her favorite holiday decorations, will share her favorite findings at The Glen Ellyn Public Library this Tuesday, November 27 at 7:00 pm.
Edsey will showcase beautiful stories and photographs from her self-published guidebook, The Best Christmas Decorations in Chicagoland, chronicling well-known landmarks from Navy Pier and the Art Institute to lesser-known neighborhood gems like Candy Cane Lane.
Copies of The Best Christmas Decorations in Chicagoland will be available for sale and for signing.
You can register for The Best Christmas Decorations in Chicagoland by clicking here.
Through the month of November, the Glen Ellyn Public Library will host the contemporary art of Randall Stringer. Stringer, an emerging artist who works with acrylic, watercolor, photography, and digital mixed media, describes his style as “blending traditional art techniques with the experimental avenues artists have at their disposal in the digital age. “
Critics categorize Stringer’s work as “tradigitalist,” merging conventional art with digital work.
Stringer’s art showcase will be exhibited on the library’s second floor.
For more information please visit: www.randalstringer.com
You and your family are cordially invited to the Glen Ellyn Public Library’s annual “Holiday Walk,” Friday, November 23 from 1:30 to 5:00pm.
The Holiday Walk features three floors of live entertainment, arts and crafts, and refreshments leading up to The Glen Ellyn Chamber of Commerce’s Tree Lighting Ceremony.
To assist the community in celebrating the season, this year’s Holiday Walk will feature free horse and trolley rides, interactive arts and crafts stations, exciting balloon creations, an entertaining magic show, and live musical performances by: Vivaldi Strings, Anima, One Voice Choir, and The Glenbard South Madrigal Singers.
The library will also unveil an updated version of its Technology Petting Zoo, an interactive technology display allowing patrons to test the latest versions of the iPad, iPad mini, Kindle Fire HD, Nook Glowlight, Kindle Paperwhite, and Samsung Galaxy.
And, the Friends of the Glen Ellyn Library will host a Used Book Sale from Noon to 4:30pm in the library’s basement.
All middle school students are invited to the Glen Ellyn Public Library tomorrow (Nov. 20) from noon-4:30 pm to play a variety of video games, including Angry Birds and Temple run on the library’s wall-size projection screen, various iPad apps, and an assortment of XBOX 360 and Nintendo Wii games.
Local Glen Ellyn restaurant, The Patio, will provide free pizza to all middle school students. Fresh popcorn and beverages will also be provided.
For further information please contact Youth Services program coordinator Ridgeway Burns at email@example.com
The Glen Ellyn Public Library will be closed on Friday, November 16 to repair a broken water main. The library will resume normal operating hours on Saturday, November 17.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.
Glen Ellyn Public Library patrons who registered for The Truth About North Korea, Chicago Bulls Beat Reporter Kent McDill, and Terror in Tuscany: Secret Atrocities of World War II, please note the following changes to each program.
The Truth About North Korea event that had been scheduled for November 1 has been rescheduled for Thursday, November 15 at 7pm. Patrons can register for the event by clicking here.
The Chicago Bulls Beat Reporter Kent McDill Author Appearance scheduled for November 7 has been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date.
The Terror in Tuscany: Secret Atrocities of World War II event that had been scheduled for November 15 has been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date.
The Glen Ellyn Public Library aims to provide the highest level of programming for our community and we will work to ensure these programs are delivered successfully.
We sincerely apologize for any inconveniences.