Adult Services Blog

Project Oasis: A New Resource for Immigrant Services and Support

A team of students from the University of Illinois (Illinois Enactus) have stepped up to create Project Oasis, a new website designed to help Champaign Urbana's immigrant communities.  These students have put together a beautifully designed website with links to resources for immigrants, orga

Don't Call Me Mr. Indriðason

Perhaps this has happened to you:  you’re looking for the latest

Love Between the Covers

Love Between the Covers logoA new addition to our Urbana Free Library non-fiction film collection—

Hear Me Out...

Okay, okay…okay. The cover is quite silly. The title is, perhaps, even sillier.

November 11, 11:11 a.m.

Movie box coversToday we celebrate Veterans Day, a public holiday in which we officially honor and remember all the military veterans who have served in our Armed Forces throughout the years.

Go Cubs!

Cubs FansI'll be watching Game 7 tonight, hoping, hoping that the Cubbies manage to pull off a mi

Undecided? Discover Useful Candidate & Election Websites.

checkmarkAs we get closer to Election Day, we librarians have been getting an influx of calls from patrons asking for assistance with information on voting. It can be tough to find information on all the candidates and issues! Here are a few websites we find useful in our searches:

Calling Twin Peaks fans!

 

If you are, like me, a fan of the television show Twin Peaks, you are probably anxiously awaiting the new episodes coming to Showtime in 2017. If you are looking for something to keep you busy in the meantime and get you in the proper Twin Peaks mood, I have some suggestions!

DisABILITY Expo

Disability Expo imageThis past weekend I attended the 10th annual DisABILITY Resources Expo, providing information about assistive technology resources at The Urbana Free Library.