These days who needs a library card? We all
If you don't have a library card,
can't find your old one or just haven't been in the library in
a while, we encourage you to stop by and check us out!
September is Library Card Sign-Up Month, a time when we
like remind residents of the importance of the library in
Today, we're more than
just books, although we have plenty of those too!
The library also provides free access to:
Thousands of DVD's,
magazines, newspapers, iPods,
Free high-speed Internet access and wi-fi. Laptops are
available for checkout and can be used anywhere in the
Educational and entertaining programs
for all ages, including movies,
and book discussions for children,
Access our online
databases from home, school or work to search for magazine
and newspaper articles, for long-lost relatives, or for homework
help. Download mailing lists of
potential customers or research business competition.
There is something for
everyone. All you need is your library card!
So how can I get the "smartest
Any resident aged 5 years and
up can get a library
card at no cost, and lost cards will be replaced at no
charge through September. New cardholders will receive
an orientation packet including a special library pen.
Free key chain cards
are available during September to all library patrons over the
age of 16.
information on now to obtain a library card, please call the
library at 847-526-6225 or click here. Better yet, come
to the library to see how many ways you can take advantage of
your library card. It may well be the smartest thing you