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Masks are REQUIRED to enter the library. Our priority is the health and safety of everyone.

Please use hand sanitizer by the door when entering the library.

Temperature checks are now required. Please wait by the door for a staff member to assist you.

The library is open normal hours with limited capacity to ensure social distancing.

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GED Classes

GED classes are available in the library!

Mondays and Wednesdays 10:00-2:00

Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:00-1:00 & 2:00-5:00

Additional days and times may be available.

Call 965-9732 and ask for Kim to sign up now!

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Large Print and Audio Book Update!

Our library has received the Back to Books grant!

This grant will allow us to update our large print and audiobook collections!


Our goal is to provide more large print and audiobooks for those with vision impairments, particularly our senior community members.


Please click the orange button above to take a survey which will help us purchase the materials YOU want.

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Book Recommendations

We asked our staff and library board members about the best books they read this year, and compiled a list of recommendations for you. Click the orange button above to view the list.

Have a recommendation for us or other patrons? Click the orange button and scroll to the bottom of the page to submit your picks!

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Reading Colors Your World!

This year's Summer Reading Program will start on June 5 and end on July 31.

The theme this Summer is "Reading Colors Your World."

Click the orange button for all the info on reading logs, events, and curbside crafts!

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Read Across the World

Virtual reading program for students pre-k-5th is now available! For every minute a student reads they travel across the world.


For more information check it out under programs "Read Across the World."

To sign up your reader, call us 965-9732 or email us

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Virtual Travel

Thanks to Margaret Bowen, Skylar, and the rest of St. Paul's Troop 80, we have added a Virtual Travel section to our Useful Links page!

Scroll to the very bottom of the Useful Links page to see all the virtual travel options! You can tour America's National Parks, walk the Great Wall of China, see views from windows across the world, and go on field trips to museums, caves, zoos, cathedrals, Ellis Island, the Acropolis, outer space, and much more!

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Amnesty Month!

Have an overdue library book or two? Or three?

Don't worry!


If you bring in your overdue library books and movies during the month of May, your fines will be waived! 

So clean out your locker, your house, and your car to find those overdue books! We want them back!

Fines will be waived all month long!



It's that time again!

Tax forms

The library has a limited number of the following tax forms & instructions:

Form IL-1040

Schedule IL-E/EIC

Schedule ICR

Schedule IL-WIT

Taxpayers can file Individual Income Tax Returns for free using MyTax Illinois, available at


All Individual Income Tax forms are available online at to download and print as needed.



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Monday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.


Tuesday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.


Wednesday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.


Thursday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Friday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Saturday: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.