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Be Counted

It's time for us all to be counted in the 2020 Census! Since 1790, our country has joined together once every 10 years to take count of every person living in the United States.

So, what is the census, exactly, and why should you participate? We've created a guide to help answer your questions.

Thinking Money for Kids

It's never too soon to help kids learn how to make smart financial choices. A display coming to the Library is a great way to start the conversation!

Thinking Money for Kids is a museum-quality exhibition that is traveling to 50 U.S. public libraries – including Schaumburg from Feb. 10 - March 23 in the Central Library's kidsZone.

Korean Stamp Exhibit

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.

Toys "R" Here

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.

Get Cookin'

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.