Please join us for a discussion of Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup by John Carreyrou, led by Melissa Stoeger. Learn more on the Book Club Study page, where you’ll find a full description of the book. Please arrange to obtain your own copy of the book for the discussion. As always,
The schedule and topics for the 2020-2021 Narrative Nonfiction Genre Study are now available. The first meeting will take place Thursday, February 6, from 2-4 pm, at the Lisle District Library. There’s also an assignment for this introductory meeting. ARRT members, we hope to see you there!
Start the New Year by renewing your ARRT Membership! Members receive discounted programs pricing for members, as well as the opportunity to participate in our 2020-2021 Narrative Nonfiction Genre Study and Book Club Study. To renew or join, you can print out the membership form, or become a member online. If you have
The Popular Materials Department of the Ela Area Public Library is the recipient of the 2019 ILA Readers’ Advisory Service Award. They received the award for multiple initiatives they developed which allowed them to doubled their reach over the last two years! Read more about it in the ILA press release. If you are at
Join us Wednesday, November 13, from 2-4 pm, at Stickney-Forest View Public Library for a discussion of The Mars Room by Rachel Kushner. Mary Constance Back will lead the book discussion. Sonia Reppe will lead the discussion on the leadership topic: Adult Summer & Winter Read Programs: Successes, New Ideas, and Areas of Opportunity.
Register now for ARRTCon 2019! Here are all the details… ARRTCon Thursday, November 14, 9 am – 4:40 pm Naperville Public Library | 95th Street Library Registration: $60 for ARRT members / $75 for non-members Register here Join ARRT for an all-day conference covering a wide variety of RA Topics!
Join ARRT at the Ela Area Public Library on Tuesday August 27th from 2 to 4:30 pm to learn about podcasting for libraries. The podcast platform offers libraries an exciting new way to spread the word about programs, materials, advocacy, and more. Librarians from Des Plaines Public Library and Ela Area Public Library will talk