Lyons Public Library
4209 Joliet Avenue
Lyons, Il 60534-1597

Monday-Thursday 9-9
Friday 9-6
Saturday 10-5

Phone 708-447-3577
Fax 708-447-3589

  
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Free Wi-Fi @ the Library
Need to send an e-mail or finish a resume or school assignment? Drop in with your laptop or other device and connect to our wireless network to get the job done!

Direct printing is now available.
Just click on the WiFi logo
.

 Users must have their own equipment, a compatible wireless card or device, headphones, and software. Applications requiring excessive bandwidth may not be supported. You can also print from at home and come in to pick up your print job. The library can only hold the print job for 2 hours.



Media on Demand
- eBooks for Any eReader

Use your library card to download hundreds of free eBooks, audiobooks and music to your mobile device, computer or any eReader, including the Sony Reader, Barnes & Nobleís Nook and Amazonís Kindle. Many current and popular titles are available. Click on Media on Demand
to begin browsing our collection. Call 708-447-3577 or visit the library for assistance.


Donate Yarn Here!
The Lyons Public Library needs yarn for its ever-growing Crochet Club. If you or anyone you know has yarn that they are not using, please consider donating it to the library. Contact Cassndra Ozouf, Head of Youth Services for more information.
ozoufc@lyonslibrary.org
708-447-3577 X302



Don't forget...
...to checkout our online databases like Newsbank. This database includes the Chicago Sun-Times and a selection of popular magazines.  Just login using your 14 digit Lyons Library card number.

Check out our September/October Newsletter
now for all the great programs at the
Lyons Library!

 See You At The Movies
*Monday movies for Adults will be held in the board room.  Registration is not required

Good Will Hunting

Monday, September 15
11AM


Untold Secrets of Financial Aid: How to Get the Maximum Amount of Aid for College
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 @ 7PM

If your student is a junior or senior in High School, please join us to learn what you should be doing today to get the best offers from your studentís top choice colleges tomorrow. Presented by College Bound Funding Solutions.


Medicare Seminar
Thursday,
September 18, 2014 @ 6:30PM

(Geared towards 65 or older, or those approaching 65)
Learn about Medicare changes, how to select the best Medicare Supplement Plan and Part D Drug plan, as well as learn how to avoid making a mistake in selecting a Plan. Learn about the lowest cost Medicare Plan.


Celebrate National Honey Month with the Beekeeper*
Saturday, September 20, 2014
 1PM   All Ages

Learn about bees with Karen and Charles Lorence, local beekeepers since 1971, during National Honey Month. You will get to see examples of different types of beehives, honey, and so much more. Products will be available for purchase at the end of the presentation.

 


ARTISTS ON DISPLAY: TALL TALES, LOOSE TALK
August 15-Septemer 15, 2014
Featuring artists Karen Azarina, Judith Brothman, Laura Davis, Ryan Richey,
and Rafael E. Vera Curated by Jessica Cochran
 


Need help with homework, school projects, or information for research papers?

Please log in to the Lyons Public Library website at lyonslibrary.org and discover all the

on-line research tools that are available. Including Ebsco, Novelist, A to Z World,

Gale Virtual Reference Library. Follow the links on our website to discover

all that is available with a click of the mouse.


Lyons 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 will accept.


Donít forget!
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!

Lyons Public Library
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