We keep our Paperback Exchange stocked with fiction books of all genres.
If you're just swinging by to return your items, skip the line at the drive-up window and use our new outside book drop!
You might notice a new name when you're downloading your ebooks, but don't worry - the name is the only change you'll see.
Our largest e-book collection, My Media Mall, is Digital Library of Illinois as of July 1.
If you owe fines for overdue Library materials, you can pay them off with non-perishable donated food items from July 1 through July 31, 2019.
Free books! No checkout required!
Summer learning loss is real - but it's not all bad news.
This year's Summer Challenge is bringing back some old cartoon favorites like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and Marvin the Martian – all of which were created by legendary animator Chuck Jones.
We're calling it the Chuck Jones Summer of Creativity!
You can find about 400 print magazines and newspapers at the Library. Amazing, right?
The bulletin board by the west entrance at Central Library is a great place to find out what's going on in the area.
Grab your picnic basket, chairs and blankets and join the fun this summer in Town Square!
Rain dates and locations, if applicable, are listed. Please do not bring pets to Town Square programs.
Sign up for our Town Square email list for the latest news about Library-sponsored Town Square programs, including upcoming performances, rain cancellations and more.
After reading through all the amazing entries, we've selected the winners of the 2019 Poetry Contest.
Did you know the Library has books in eight different languages besides English? Our World Languages Collection has more than 9,000 books in languages like Korean, Spanish and Polish.
It's just one of the special collections we have to meet patrons' needs. Librarian Suzanne Boudreau orders World Language titles and she takes her job very seriously.
When she found out that a student in an English as a Second Language class would be visiting Japan, Suzanne had her scope out the books on display in a Tokyo bookstore!
Need to figure out how to back up your pics using Google Photos? Having trouble using Skype? Book a tech and we'll help you figure it out!
Our Book a Librarian service includes booking a tech to help with your computer and other technical needs.
Our professional staff are always ready for your questions, but if you need a little more in-depth help, we're happy to schedule a one-on-one meeting. You can reserve up to 30 minutes with a tech, Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.