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Alsip-Merrionette Park Library
Alsip-Merrionette Park Library
Alsip-Merrionette Park Library

Alsip-Merrionette Park Library

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Our #Februrary 6th Drop-In #Craft is a #Lion! Come to the #Library this Friday to make one!

Our #January 30th Drop-In #Craft at the #Library is to celebrate #GroundhogsDay! Come make a #groundhog seeing his #shadow to get ready for six more weeks of #winter!

Our Drop-In #Craft for #January 23rd: This cute #alphabet #penguin! Come to the #Alsip #Library this Friday to make one. #TGIF

Drop-In #Craft for #January 16th: this cute little #snowman! Come visit the lower level of the #library to make one!

The #January 9th Drop-In #Craft is this sparkly #mitten to go wth our week full of #snow. Come to Youth Services to make one!

The Alsip Library's Drop-In #Craft on November 28th: A #CandyCane for #Christmas! Stop by on Friday to make one.

The Youth Services department makes a craft for our younger patrons to put together every Friday. Check out our pilgrim hat from this week!

Every week, the AMPL Youth Services department sets out a drop-in craft for our younger patrons to put together. They're made in-house, frequently utilizing Ellison diecuts. We keep it simple so all the kids need is some glue. On 11/14/14, it will be this turkey. Come visit us this Friday or Saturday to make one!

Every week, the AMPL Youth Services department sets out a drop-in craft for our younger patrons to put together. They're made in-house, frequently utilizing Ellison diecuts. We keep it simple so all the kids need is some glue. To kick off the build-up to Thanksgiving on 11/8/14, it will be this hand/footprint turkey. Come visit us this Friday or Saturday to make one!

Did you know October is National Cookie Month? :) We celebrated with this display of picture books.

Our display for National Hispanic Heritage Month, which is September 15 - October 15.

The selfie of Dorian Gray

"Catch a Book, West Sacramento, California, Joseph Bellacera" -- "This sculpture reflects the idea that books house an abundance of knowledge ready for the viewer to catch. These books are covered with patterns based on aerial views of local agricultural landscape and quotes from well-known authors who share a cultural and ethnic diversity with the people of West Sacramento."