We're celebrating what the library means to you, our patrons. Check out our patron-inspired photo collage "In Three Words" in our lobby and on our website.
On Tuesday, April 15 join us for coffee and donuts from 9am - noon.
All week long, Tinley Park cardholders may enter a drawing for a chance to win a Kindle Fire HD.
On Wednesday, April 30 we are hosting two special events spotlighting organ and tissue donation in Illinois.
Representatives from the Illinois Organ/Tissue Donor Program will be in our lobby from 3-6pm providing information and registration materials.
At 7pm, author of The Reluctant Donor and living organ donor Suzanne Ruff will share the heartwarming story of donating a kidney to her sister.
Once a month we're hosting some of your favorite presenters and highlighting topics that will enrich, enlighten and entertain you.
Monday, March 24 at 11:00am
- Speaker: Beth Randall
- Topic: Tackling Household Paper Clutter
Due to the heavy snowfall, the library will open at 1:00pm today, Wed 3/12, and close at 9:00pm. The Bookmobile will not make its scheduled stops.
Why not team up with the library this summer? Local businesses are invited to offer premiums or discounts to library patrons who sign up for the Adult Summer Reading Program. A flyer with complete information is available here.
Saturday April 26, 2014 from 9:00am to 11:00am
The Friends of the Tinley Park Public Library will sponsor a shredding event in the 80th Avenue Metra parking lot south of Timber Drive. A maximum of two standard-sized paper boxes filled with your sensitive papers (bank statements, bills) is allowed.
In recognition of Black History Month, we selected The Butler as February's Movies&Books pick. The film was released last summer and since then we have been excited to watch it and discuss it at our upcoming meeting. It's a really great lens through which to see the civil rights movement of the 1960's, and most of the 20th century's momentous events.
Library Open House for All Ages
Saturday, January 18, Noon-4pm
Get answers to all your question at the library's technology open house. Choose hands-on help or drop in on a demo featuring many different devices and library services.
A schedule of events is available at both the Adult and Youth Reference Desks or on our website.