NEW LIBRARY HOURS!
The library is now open an hour earlier every
9 am to 6 pm!
Summer Reading Registration
Begins Tuesday, May 27th and continues until July 25th.
Go here for
registration details and check out
all our programs for Adults and
Youth Services this
Elevate Your Energy Knowledge:
Interested in saving up to $500 a year on energy costs and making your
home more comfortable year-round? Want to learn about how to take
advantage of your recently installed smart meter? During this
workshop, you will learn about how
Monday, July 14, 2014 at 7PM
the recent upgrades to Illinois’s
energy infrastructure will affect you, hear about programs that will
help you take advantage of your newly installed smart meter, and learn
how to get a free or
reduced cost home energy assessment and
substantial rebates on home energy efficiency improvements like air
sealing and insulation.
Bring in your own tote-sized bag, and fill it with as many books as
you can from our book sale for… $1 Limited time only:
June 16-June 21 and July14-July 19th Don’t miss out!
Adult Summer Concert Series
The Summer Concert Series is held on the Library Lawn on the first
Wednesday of every month from June thru September starting at 7PM.
Please bring your own chairs and/or blankets to sit on.
July 2 at 7PM
Blues & Soul.
Would you like to win a spot on the Lyons
Public Library parade float for this year’s 4th of July parade? Write an
essay of 250 words or less about: “Why is the Lyons Public Library important
to me?” Please put your name, age, school, and contact information on the
essay. Submit your essays at the circulation desk. Three winners will be
chosen to ride on the
Lyons Public Library float for
the 4th of July parade. Contest is
limited to Lyons residents who are ages
17 and under. Deadline for submissions will be Saturday, June 14, 2014.
questions please contact:
Daniel M. Powers Library Director 708-447-3577
Good Luck To All!!!
Check out our new database, AtoZ the World
AtoZ the World is the world’s most thorough
country-by-country resource for
learning about culture and customs worldwide. AtoZ the World consists of
175 Country Guides of 100+ topics each. No other single resource covers
so many topics, so well, for so many countries.
Library Recycling Program
The Lyons Public Library is now a
recycling drop-off point for items such as computers, copiers, stereos,
televisions, typewriters, cameras, fans, radios, VHS tapes, and more. Either
call us or come to the library in order to get the complete list of what we
LAPTOP COMPUTER NOW AVAILABLE FOR
That’s right – the Lyons Public Library now has a laptop
computer available for patrons to check-out and use within the library.
Patrons wishing to use the laptop computer within the library must be at
least 18 years of age, and have a valid library card and driver’s license
(or state ID). Just go to the circulation desk and ask a staff member if you
can check out the laptop computer. It is just that easy!
The Lyons Public Library now has a
scanner that patrons can use. The scanner may be used to convert documents
and photos into PDF, Word, or JPEG files; which you can send
to a USB drive, e-mail, or the printer. There is no charge for scanning. If
you scan to the printer, the usual fees of
$.10 per page for black and white copies and
$.50 per page for color copies apply.
Lyons Public Library, Lyons Food Pantry and Zion Lutheran Church have
partnered together so that you can drop off your food donations at the
Lyons Public Library. Donate today!