This summer, the library held a contest for teens who attended our programs. The winner received the opportunity to have lunch with the librarian of their choice!
Your library is cooking up something red hot to keep you warm this winter & beyond. Stay tuned for more details in the fall as we plan to unveil brand new state-of-the-art digital multimedia stations. You’ll have access to a range of professional equipment & software applications to let your creativity run wild!
The drawing for this year's prizes is now complete in the Third Annual Multi-Library Geocaching Competition. Unfortunately, I'm sorry to say that no one from Tinley Park won this year. Winning geocaching teams were from Oak Lawn, Lansing, Palos Heights, and Alsip/Merrionette Park libraries.
I hope you had fun exploring the area's libraries and finding their geocaches. Thank you for playing, and come back next year for the Fourth Annual Multi-Library Geocaching Competition!
We are very excited about our new artwork created by two talented staff members, Rakhshanda Ahmad and Bob Serafino.
As part of a long term project to restore the area's natural ecosystems, several invasive species are being removed from the wetlands and prairie surrounding the library.
Find out which books made this year's Monarch, Bluestem, Caudill, and Lincoln award lists!
Did you know that 24.4% of unemployed individuals without access to the internet utilize the library to conduct their job search? Did you know that libraries cater to all members of the community, from small business owners to students? Have you ever noticed how you just seem to study better when you are in a library? Do you think libraries have an impact on education? Ever wondered about some of the many ways libraries help serve a community?
A newly discovered Dr. Seuss book will be released this July.