We know—it’s been another unique year. But as we navigate and respond to the changing times, we are thankful that some things remain constant: family, friends, and the Library! Whether it be the programs and resources at Chicago Public Library or the librarians, Library staff, and Library champions like you who make them possible, we are stuffed with gratitude (pun intended).
No stranger to Harold Washington Library Center, Faith Humphrey Hill is this Fall’s Maker-in-Residence, teaching Library users how to knit, draw using digital tools—and asking us to remember those whose lives were lost to COVID-19 with her famous knit-prints.
Ian Champ’s local library opened a whole new world when he was a kid. Today, he’s opening doors of knowledge, wonder, and opportunity for kids and youth as a member of the Chicago Public Library Foundation community.