If there’s one thing readers love nearly as much as books, it’s sharing their insights with fellow readers. Book clubs are the perfect way to do that, and our Book Club in a Bag is the perfect way to accommodate your book club.
We now have a small collection of adult board games available for checkout.
This summer, we're looking for students entering grades 7 through 11 to join our new Volunteer Squad.
International bestselling author Charlie Donlea says he’s a “true crime junkie” and believes books should have captivating twists and surprise endings. Donlea will be talking about his upcoming new release, Some Choose Darkness, along with his other acclaimed thrillers, The Girl Who Was Taken, Don’t Believe It and Summit Lake, when he visits the Library on Wednesday, April 3.
We now offer wireless printing. Send a print job to the Library directly from your laptop, phone, or tablet - even from home!
Documentary artist James Bowey has spent his career covering global and national stories, and working to bridge social division through education and media. We’re proud to bring his exhibit “When Home Won’t Let You Stay” to our Central Library, March 1 – May 23.
Want to start a book club with your friends but don’t want to ask everyone to pay for a copy of the book? Never sure where to start the discussion in your neighborhood book club?
We have you covered with Book Club in a Bag.
Marlene Jones has always made it a priority to stay connected and active in the community.
“I work with my church group to bring in presenters,” she said. “I love the programs and book clubs at The Barn. And I like to go to the Library for programs, too, but it’s tougher these days.”
Filing taxes can be a complicated process, so we've compiled some resources to help.
We have basic tax forms available at the Library, like the federal and state 1040.
Not sure about making the switch to an eReader? Or just not sure which device to choose? We now have Kindle Paperwhite eReaders available for checkout!
Schaumburg Library Comic Con® is back on Saturday, March 10 from noon – 4 p.m. at Central Library. This celebration of all things comics and pop culture really has it all.
Photo ops with characters? Check! Artist Alley with comic book artists? Check! Fandom games and activities? Check! Superhero storytime and crafts for the kids? You bet!
In February, we expect more than 200 teens to come to the Library in hopes of landing their first job. We’re gathering local businesses looking to hire teens, providing experts to give teens tips on improving their resumes and interviewing skills, making it simple for teens to connect with potential employers.
The best part about our Teen Job Fair? Teens get hired!