Umbrellas, ice scrapers, and now bike locks are available for check out!
Explore historic milestones of Korea through stamps from 1884 to the present with an exhibit from the private collection of Jin Lee, president of the Keumsil Cultural Society.
Exploring the Korean Past: Korean Stamp Exhibit will be displayed on the second floor of the Central Library through Feb. 20, 2020.
If you’re still missing those big toy stores, we’ve got you covered. With toys to check out and take home, along with toys you can play with in any of our Library locations, you’re sure to find something fun your little ones will enjoy.
In a special meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019, our Board of Trustees named Deputy Director Annie Miskewitch as the Library’s new Executive Director.
Sharon Ogorzalek moved to Schaumburg 38 years ago. “I got my Library card immediately after moving,” Sharon said. “I’m still a frequent flyer at the Library, but first and foremost, I enjoy finding interesting new books to read at the Library.”
If you owe fines for overdue Library materials, you can pay them off with non-perishable donated food items from Nov. 29 through Dec. 31, 2019.
This winter, we’re looking forward to a renovation of portions of our first floor.
You may have heard that Macmillan Publishers has put some new rules in place for libraries purchasing their eBooks. So how does this impact you?
The holiday season is practically here! While you may have some tried and true recipes, it’s also fun to mix it up. (Get it? Cooking … mixing … ) And that’s where our cookbook collection comes in.
We have a whopping 5,881 cookbooks occupying our shelves.
Watch a documentary, catch that Oscar-nominated film you've been meaning to see, or browse for an indie flick – all for free using your Library card and Kanopy!
Kanopy is an online streaming service, meaning what you want to watch is available instantly. Just visit Kanopy's website (or download the app) and use your Library card to create an account.
We have a staff of trained librarians here to help you find your next favorite book.
The first floor of the Central Library is the home of our fiction titles, and the librarians who work there are especially good at "readers advisory" – meaning we'll put a novel in your hands that you're going to love.
Be a member of the Library's executive board!
We're looking for applicants to fill a vacated seat, serving a term that runs through May 2021.