Forgiving and Forgetting: Shakespeare and Power 
Plaza Branch  |  Tuesday, April 24  |  6:30 p.m.
The University of Notre Dame’s Peter Holland, one of the world’s foremost authorities on Shakespeare, examines the great playwright’s skill at subtly raising questions that resonate to this day. What does it mean, for example, to “forgive and forget?”

National Week of Conversation
April 20-28, 2018 
Americans taking part in the first National Week of Conversation will attend community events and discussions to better understand others’ views. Locally, the Library and Consensus host a series of programs aimed at bridging political, socioeconomic, and cultural divides.

Friends of the Library Children & Young Adult Book Sale
Waldo Branch  |  Friday, April 20 and Saturday, April 21
Find books, CDs, DVDs, audiobooks, and other great deals for the young readers in your life at the Friends' annual sale.  Proceeds support the Library’s Summer Reading program.

Money Smart Month - April 2018
Money Smart Month programs take place at various Library locations during the month of April. Topics include job-hunting tips, understanding credit, and more. Attend any eligible class and receive a voucher for up to $100 off your Library fines and fees.