Looking for something to do this weekend? We now have a variety of board games available for checkout! Stop by the Kids & Teens Department to see what we have and take one home today. We've also added a Board Game Group for teens and adults. Join us on the last Monday of the month at 6 p.m.!
Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at the library? Find out by becoming an honorary Librarian for a Day! In celebration of our 30th anniversary and National Library Week April 8-14, one winner will get an exclusive library tour and be able to share their favorite materials with the community. All ages are welcome to apply at librarianforaday.ippl.info or in person at the library. Deadline is Monday, March 19.
Explore the achievements of African Americans throughout history with hoopla, our on demand digital media service. Black History Month collections include: Audiobooks | Ebooks | Comics | Music | Movies/Video Children's Audiobooks | Children's Ebooks With more than 500,000 digital titles available, there's something for everyone on hoopla, and titles are always available - NO WAITING!
Congratulations to Jacqueline Price, the winner of our 2017 Reading Resolution prize drawing!
Did you know that we can deliver materials to your home at no charge if you are permanently homebound due to age or disability, or temporarily disabled for at least one month due to illness or surgery? Books (including large print and audiobooks), movies, music, and magazines can be provided. Learn more.
Enjoy the most recent movie releases with our new Hot Picks DVD collection! Available movies can be checked out for three days. Although Hot Picks DVDs are non-holdable and nonrenewable, the same titles are also available in our regular Adult Feature Movie collection, available for hold and with a one-week loan period. For more information, stop by the Adult Ask Us Desk.
Join us for our final Civics 101 program, Monday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. Sue Khalaieff from the League of Women Votes of Downers Grove, Woodridge, and Lisle, and Mary LeCompte, Office of Illinois House Republican Leader Jim Durkin will talk about our civic responsibilities.
The library's Teen Advisory and Service Committee is collecting donations of new winter hats, gloves, and scarves through Friday, Dec. 15. Donations can be for any age and will be given to local organizations. Anyone who makes a donation will be given an ornament to sign and place on the Giving Tree in our lobby.
From laptops to snow blowers, Consumer Reports can help you choose the best product for your gift buying or personal needs. View Consumer Reports from within the library or search from home by going to the library's website and entering your lPPL library card number.
Looking for something to do after you've eaten your Thanksgiving meal? Check out a movie from our list of "Great Movies: Comedies to Share with Your Grandkids."