Though the building is closed, the staff is still providing services. Here is the latest update from Director Jim Deiters.

Community Message

Community Members,

The health of patrons and staff is top priority. We must work together to slow the spread of COVID-19 and we will continue to take every precaution to do so.

Though the building remains closed to guests, staff will be providing curbside services the first week of June . Look for full details on our website and social media outlets. Staff will also be on-site to answer phone calls (708) 422-4990 from 9am to 5pm starting June 1, and librarians will continue to monitor the live chat service.

Book drops are open for returns, but there is no rush. Due dates for materials were extended to June 3 and staff members will be waiving fines for the time being. If your Library card was to expire during the shutdown, those dates have been pushed-back to July 4.

There are a great number of resources you can use from home. You may download e-books and audiobooks; stream movies, television shows and music; read digital newspapers and magazines; and participate in online classes. Join our Youth Services team members for a variety of online offerings.

After a safe and successful run with curbside delivery, the Board and staff look forward to the day when patrons can again enter the Library.

All our best,

Jim Deiters, Director

Created by Thomas Javorcic on Mar 30th, 2020 @ 11:08 AM.
Updated on May 29th, 2020 @ 5:47 AM.