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Main Library - Channahon
25207 W Channon Drive
PO Box 300
Channahon, IL 60410
Phone: 815-467-6200
Fax: 815-467-4012

Minooka Branch
109 N Wabena Avenue
PO Box 370
Minooka, IL 60447
Phone: 815-467-1600
Fax: 815-467-1632

What's Happening @ The Library...

Chicago White Sox vs Houston Astros - July 18, 2014

  • Baseball Bus TripBaseball Player

    Join us again this year for a fun-filled bus trip to U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago for Library Appreciation Night!  If you register by April 30th, you can get a spot on the bus and a ticket for the game for $25. After April 30th, the price is $30. Tickets are first come first serve, so sign-up fast at either Three Rivers Library Location! Ticket fees are due at the time of registration, and a waiver must be signed.


    Friday, July 18, 2014
    Game Time: 7:10pm
    Game Bus will depart from the Channahon Library
    Departure time 4:30pm

Spa Day at the Library

  • Treat your mom to a day at the library spa or just treat yourself! Learn about the benefits of massage therapy from certified massage therapists from The Healing Spirit in Channahon while you receive a mini-massage or facial mapping session. There will also be coupons and a raffle for a facial and massage!  Registration is required. There will be 10 minute massages through out the time frame, so if you are registered, you can drop-in at any time from 3-4:30.

     Saturday, May 3rd

    3-4:30pm, Minooka Branch


Pinterest Pioneers

  • Do you spend your nights pinning fabulous crafts and yummy looking recipes on your Pinterest page, but never have the time to get to any of those great projects? Here’s your chance. We’ll be recreating some fantastic food and decorations found on Pinterest with spring themes. Don’t just pin – MAKE! Registration Required.

    Saturday, May 10th

    12pm, Minooka Branch


Rain Gardens: Adding Beauty and Water Management to Your Yard and Garden

  • Rain gardens add beauty and help attract wildlife, such as butterflies, to your yard; but one of their main functions is to help increase water infiltration into the soil instead of running off the surface. Conservation@Home will be here to highlight information on the installation and use of rain gardens and other practices for around the home, such as using rain barrels and participating in the Conservation@Home program. Registration Required.

     Tuesday, May 13th

    6pm, Minooka Branch


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