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Reading Without Wall
Winter Reading Challenge
January 3 – February 28
Try Something New in 2018…
Prizes for All Ages
Register at either library or
Computer Classes
Wednesdays, Jan 24th – Feb 14th —6-7:30 PM 
Training and Events Room, 2001 Delmar Ave
1/24 MS Word Basics: A computer class covering MS Word

1/31 MS Word Formatting: A computer class covering Microsoft Word
2/7 MS Word Editing Tools: A computer class covering Microsoft Word
2/14 MS Word Images and Tables: A computer class covering Microsoft Word
Registration required, call 452-6238 ext 730
IL Speaks: Granite City Community Conversations
 in partnership with the Illinois Humanities
Council’s Illinois Speaks Series
The fourth Thursday of the month
6:30 PM
Training and Events Room, 2001 Delmar Ave
Economic Development vs.Cultural Conservation in Granite City – Thurs. January 25
Immigration, Past, and Present – Thurs, February 22
Living, Working, Surviving in a Polarized World Thurs March 22
Our community conversations will break down the
issues and discuss ideas to make Granite City
stronger for the future!
Questions? Call 452-6238 ext 755
 
Medicare Q&A
Tuesday, January 30 — 6 PM
2145 Johnson Rd
If you feel overwhelmed by all the Medicare marketing and are confused with 
all your options, come join us and get your questions answered.  
The four parts of Medicare will be covered as well as your enrollment 
options and details regarding the GAPS you might be missing. 
 Spend one hour with Jon Burgmann of the Burgmann Insurance Group.  
Questions? Call 452-6238 ext 730 
Book Club!
The last Monday of the month
Morning Meeting —11 AM
SMRLD, 2145 Johnson Rd
and
Evening Meeting—6:30 PM
Kool Beanz Café, 1316 Niedringhaus Ave
Join the Six Mile Regional Library Book Club for a morning or evening discussion of
A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman
Copies of the book are available at both libraries.

Tax Preparation available @ Six Mile Regional Library District

By appointment only on Saturdays, February 3 – April 7, 2018. 

You can get more than a library card at the Six Mile Regional Library District!  Soon, at the Delmar Avenue library, you can also have your taxes filed.

In partnership with Gateway EITC (earned income tax credit) Community Coalition, GCS Credit Union, and the Internal Revenue Service, Six Mile Regional Library District is pleased to announce that the Delmar Avenue library is a place for low to moderate income households to receive free tax preparation services.  Households earning below $54,000 a year can make an appointment to have their taxes prepared and filed for free.

Our IRS trained and certified preparers will prepare your tax return and e-file it for free.  Receive your refund in 7-10 days when you take advantage of direct deposit, for free.  You may also qualify to receive up to $6,318 cash back when you claim the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).

For more information and to make an appointment, please call the research desk at 618-452-6238 ext. 730.

StaffQuick
Interview at the library
Tuesday, February 13 & 27 11 AM – 12 PM
History Room, Downtown Library, 2001 Delmar Avenue
Hiring for a range of positions across Madison County.
 Come take the first step toward your new job!  
No appointment is needed, please bring 2 forms of ID.
Questions? Call 452-6238 ext 730

Questions? Call 618-452-6238 ext 755

National Random Crafts of Kindness Day
Saturday, February 17th
2145 Johnson Road
All ages welcome.
Stop by and make a craft to brighten someone’s day.
Questions? Call 452-6238 ext 755
Just Unwind Yarn Club
The Third Tuesday of each month to knit,
socialize, and share techniques with fellow yarn crafters
6-8 PM
2145 Johnson Rd
Questions? Call 452-6238 ext 755 
Mindful Art
Wednesday, February 28th — 6-7:45 PM
Training and Events Room, 2001 Delmar Ave
Ages 13 & Up welcome!
Relax your body & mind with light yoga and meditation,
 then let your creativity flow through painting.
 No experience required in either!
Space is limited. Call 452-6238 ext 755 to reserve your spot.
Comfortable clothing encouraged!
IL Speaks: Granite City Community Conversations
 in partnership with the Illinois Humanities
Council’s Illinois Speaks Series
The fourth Thursday of the month
6:30 PM
Training and Events Room, 2001 Delmar Ave
Economic Development vs.Cultural Conservation in Granite City – Thurs. January 25
Immigration, Past, and Present – Thurs, February 22
Living, Working, Surviving in a Polarized World Thurs March 22
Our community conversations will break down the
issues and discuss ideas to make Granite City
stronger for the future!
Questions? Call 452-6238 ext 755
Book Club!
The last Monday of the month
Morning Meeting —11 AM
SMRLD, 2145 Johnson Rd
and
Evening Meeting—6:30 PM
Kool Beanz Café, 1316 Niedringhaus Ave
Join the Six Mile Regional Library Book Club for a morning or evening discussion of
We will discuss Queen Sugar by Natalie Baszile
Copies of the book are available at both libraries.
Questions? Call 618-452-6238 ext 755

Have questions about renewing an item, fees, or fines? Call 618-452-6238 ext 710

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The Six Mile Regional Library District (SMRLD) is proud to provide high-quality service for all ages.  The Adult Services Department focuses on providing materials, programs, reference assistance, readers’ advisory, print & electronic resources, DVDs & CDs, and more for persons age 13 and over.

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Upcoming Events

  1. The Reading Without Walls Winter Reading Challenge

    January 3 - February 28
  2. Story Time

    January 22 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  3. Lego Club

    January 23 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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