Adult Services Blog

  • Funny Side of Love

    Are you looking for something to brighten your day?  Enjoy these romances that will make you laugh out loud.

  • Weekend Movie Sat Nov 17 @ 2 P.M.

    Watch the PG 13 rated 2012 comedy movie starring Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, and Bill Murray about two twelve-year-olds who fall in love, make a secret pact, and run away together into the wilderness. The movie begins at 2 P.M. on Saturday, November 17. See Adult Services for details. Walk-ins are welcome!- MA

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  • Cold Cases

    Just because the leads have gone cold and the case is at a standstill doesn’t  mean the case will never be solved.  Join these investigators as they reopen cold cases.

  • Maharaja at the Field Museum

    Now through February 3rd, 2013 the Field Museum in Chicago is presenting Maharaja: The Splendor of India’s Royal Courts.  The exhibit explores a time of great change, from the decline of the Mughal Empire to the rise of smaller kingdoms, to India’s independence movement. See the elaborate jewelry and clothing that demonstrated the court’s opulence, as well as ornate weaponry that symbolized the military might of the maharajas.

  • Veterans Day

    November 11th is the day Americans set aside to honor armed services veterans.  Celebrate Veteran's Day by reading a novel about one of the wars our veterans served in.

  • “Check-Out” our New Cook Books!

    Now that it’s November and we are experiencing cool days and even colder nights it inspires many to begin to cook those homey meals again. Need some inspiration or some new recipes?  Why not “check-out” some of the new cookbooks in our collection.

     

  • The Twelve by Justin Cronin

    The Twelve is Justin Cronin’s follow-up to 2010’s “one of the best books of the year” The Passage.  This second book of the planned trilogy gives readers new perspectives on the viral apocalypse in its early and later stages, as well as catching us up with old friends like Peter, Amy, and Sara. Excellent pacing, vivid prose, and well-drawn characters make for a great story. Though other reviewers were somewhat disappointed by this entry, I was not, and am definitely looking forward to the conclusion.

    --KC

     

     

  • Book to movie, Fall 2012

    Many of the new fall movies are based on books.  Check out the book before you go see the movie.

  • Hail to the Chief

    Now that you've watched the last presidential debate of this election cycle, are you ready for a break from Barack Obama and Mitt Romney?  If so, check out some of Glenside's books and movies about presidents, both real and imagined.  

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