Book Challenges on the Rise: Protect Your Freedom to Read


  “Freedom to Read” is a fundamental American right: your right to choose the ideas, information, and cultural experiences that are right for you and your family. That right is guaranteed by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. And your public library supports that right by providing free and open access to all. […]

Recurring Event Illinois Libraries Present

Author Stephen Graham Jones Talks Horror


Stephen Graham Jones joins us to talk scary stories, horror and more with librarian Becky Spratford live on Zoom. Please make sure to select "Harvard Diggins Library" when registering for the Zoom event link here.   This event is brought to our community through Harvard Diggins Library's continued participation in Illinois Libraries Present.   Jones […]

Recurring Event Make & Mingle

Make & Mingle

Large Meeting Room

Join us for Make & Mingle, Harvard Diggins Library's monthly craft night for adults. Tonight we're making Boooooook Witches! We will take a recycled, damaged book and turn it into something new for your Halloween decor with book-folding art. Regular attendees - please note the earlier start time, as this craft will take a little […]

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A Taste for Poison: Eleven Deadly Molecules and the Killers Who Used Them

Large Meeting Room

  Does your evening cocktail taste a little different? Has a spouse recently increased your life insurance policy? Has a neighbor started growing some unusual plants? This presentation from scientist, teacher, and nationally published author Dr. Neil Bradbury explores the effects of poisons on the human body, and examines the motives of killers in plotting […]

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