Next Club Meeting: November 18, 2017, at the Wood Dale Public Library from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The Animatrix Network is an anime & manga fan club located in the Southwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. We usually meet on the fourth Saturday of each month (except when holidays or conventions coincide). The meetings are free and open to the public. Join us for a day filled with anime.

This site provides news, reviews, commentaries, and previews of the world of anime and everything it inspires, such as live-action films, comics, music, art, and other weird things to enjoy and contemplate.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Next Club Meeting is June 16, 2012

New Location!
"Looking for a new place to call home!"
Glen Ellyn Public Library
400 Duane Street
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
Meeting Room B
Saturday, June 16, 2012
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The College of DuPage is making changes to some of their facilities: demolishing Building M and moving all of its furniture and materials to Building K, forcing everyone to find new places to meet. 

After several years of holding our club meetings at the C.O.D., it is sad to go. We are very grateful for the time and space the Sci-Fi Club and Doc Allen have given us, and we hope to return someday if any rooms are available in the future.

We will be conducting our next club meeting at the Glen Ellyn Public Library, Meeting Room B, on June 16, 2012, from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (when the library closes).

There is public transportation available. A Metra train-stop is located within walking distance. 

Please note: We are new to this location and need to be respectful of the library rules of behavior. If you are driving, please park your car furthest from the building to make room for library patrons. Bring light food only. There are no vending machines available. Please keep the room clean. We hope you understand and do your part in making our new meeting location a nice place to stay.

A Viewing Schedule will be posted soon.

Hope to see you all there!

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Minors may use the meeting rooms only under direct and constant supervision of adults, who will assume full responsibility for activities and conditions.

Meeting room attendees are requested to use the far end of the library parking lot.

It is the responsibility of the group/organization to insure compliance with fire code restrictions relating to meeting room occupancy limits.

Nothing may be attached to the walls, ceiling, floor, furniture, equipment or doors of the meeting room.

No smoking or alcohol is allowed in the meeting rooms.

The meeting room and kitchen area must be left in a clean and orderly condition and all equipment and appliances must be left unplugged.

The meeting room applicant and the group or organization shall be jointly and severally liable for any breakage, damage or theft of any Library property caused by members or guests of the group or organization.

Should any special cleaning or costs related to violation of regulations be required as a result of a group’s use of the meeting room, a reasonable charge will be made for janitorial labor and equipment.

The Library does not permit use of additional electrical equipment other than that provided by the Library in the kitchen or meeting room without prior approval.

No group or organization may store equipment or materials in the Library, except on a temporary basis with the Business Manager’s permission.

The Library is not responsible for the loss of or damage to any equipment or material owned or rented by a group/organization meeting in the Library.

Organizations using the meeting rooms may not use the Library as its mailing address or telephone number.

In accordance with library policy, collections are not permitted. Solicitations and fundraising within the Library are not permitted. Exceptions are allowed for Library-sponsored events. Sales will be permitted only where appropriate and with prior written permission.

No signs or posters pertaining to a non-Library-sponsored meeting may be posted on Library property.
Permission to use the meeting room does not constitute endorsement of the subject matter of the meeting, or the group’s or organization’s beliefs and policies. As a result, publicity on non-Library-sponsored meetings must in no way imply Library sponsorship.

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