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Library News & Events
Community Shred Day
Saturday, Apr. 29 from 9am to 11am
Community Shred Day at the Moline Public Library Northwest Parking Lot. Bring your personal documents in for secure destruction by Shredit, using an onsite document destruction truck. Attendees are limited to 2 normal-size file/paper size boxes of documents per vehicle.
 
World War I Doughboy: One Man Show
Saturday, Apr. 29 at 3pm
First World War re-enactor George Reinke will take of the role of an American soldier discussing his war experiences in the trenches. This program is part of World War I and America program series.
 
Children's Book Week
Monday, May 1 through Saturday, May 6
Check out the different activities available throughout the week as we celebrate children's literature. For the whole family!
 
Lunch & Learn: Job Seekers' Guide to Applying for Work Online
Tuesday, May 2 at Noon
Lunch and Learn with an Illinois Department of Employment Security representative and receive tips to successfully complete online job applications.
 
Game Days
Wednesday, May 3 from noon to 3pm
Students in grades 6 through 12 can play a variety of video games, board games, and computer games in the Teen Corner. Drop in any time. No registration required.
 
Exploratorium
Wednesday, May 3 from 2pm to 3pm
Fun with S.T.E.A.M. Something new each week. For grades K-4.
 
Vibrant Neighborhoods Project Film Screening and Discussion
Thursday, May 4 at 6pm
Film screening and discussion of 'Willie Velasquez Your Vote is Your Voice' and local neighborhood ideas with host Tar Macias. Pizza will also be provided for attendees.
 
Prehistory of the Quad Cities
Friday, May 5 at noon
Christina Kastell, curator of history and anthropology from the Putnam Museum will be presenting. Bring your lunch or not and learn about the prehistory of our area.
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