Libraries have always served as trusted community resources, known for being the best place to get the right information. At Schaumburg Library, we’re proud to carry on that tradition by giving our patrons access to correct information in a timely manner.
We are excited to announce the launch of our new website!
Our team has been working on giving you quicker access to essential information, while offering opportunities to discover new resources and services.
Some of our new features include:
A mobile-friendly site, so you can find what you need on your smartphone or tablet
A refreshed catalog with more relevant results and less clutter
Easier programming and events sign up with a more user-friendly interface
Turkish born Gerard Cakan embarked on his journey toward becoming a U.S. citizen when he moved to the Schaumburg area in March 2016 to marry his girlfriend of three years. He was at the Library reading a flyer on English as a Second Language classes when a librarian told him about the Conversation Club. Out of curiosity, he went over to where the group meets and immediately saw Helen Stewart, community engagement librarian.
High school senior Danielle Williams has been part of the Teen Writing Club for three years, nearly as long as author Penny Blubaugh has been leading it. Danielle’s passion for writing began in the fourth grade, but she couldn’t find a writing club during the years that followed…until her mom suggested the one that meets in Teen Place.