Farewell and Best Wishes to Amy Grossman
Last week, we said farewell to Amy Grossman, our Children’s Services Manager. For the past 7 years, Amy has brought her passion and dedication to the River Forest Public Library Children’s Department. Amy’s hard work and creativity resulted in exceptional services for children and families in the River Forest community. She will be greatly missed and we wish her all the best in her next endeavor.
Welcome Brian Wolowitz, Adult and Teen Services Librarian
The Library is excited to announce that Brian Wolowitz has joined us as our new Adult and Teen Services Librarian.
Brian has been working in libraries for almost 10 years, most recently at Addison Public Library as a Collection Development Specialist. He has a BA in English from DePaul University and a Masters in Library Services from Dominican University.
An avid reader, Brian especially enjoys literary fiction that is witty and humorous. He recently read and recommends The Organs of Sense by Adam Ehrlich Sachs. He is also a frequent moviegoer and can often be found at the city’s arthouse film venues like the Music Box and the Gene Siskel Film Center. Ask him for a movie recommendation!
Brian will be coordinating adult programming, and managing the fiction, mystery, Lucky Day, and large print collections. You will most often find Brian at the upstairs service desk. Please join us in welcoming Brian to the Library.