1201 Cedar Lane, Northbrook, IL 60062
During our renovation, we will continue to accept household batteries for recycling as well as donations of old cell phones and eyeglasses. The bins are still in the lobby near the east entrance. Thanks for your contributions.
This is your absolute LAST CHANCE to attend a mandatory Summer Volunteer Info Meeting! If you want to volunteer at the library this summer and haven't been to one of the April meetings, this is it for you. You don't come to this meeting, you don't get to volunteer.
Celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day with activities at the Village Green Park in Northbrook on Saturday, April 26.
Attention Northbrook researchers. You asked for an ILL request form in WorldCat. Now you have it. Just look for the ILL tab when you find the title you want to request in WorldCat. Books only, please. Fill out the form, and we'll take it from there. This is a service for Northbrook cardholders only.
Who's interested in Volunteering at the library this summer?
If that's you, make sure you attend ONE of our mandatory meeting. We'll be going over everything you need to know and distributing the application.
Thursday, February 27 at 7pm, Auditorium
Why do we have forest preserves in Northbrook? What do they add to our quality of life and why is it important to care for their plants and animals?
Somme Woods and Prairie are hidden treasures filled with peace and beauty. Throughout the year, volunteer stewards restore the habitat for hundreds of rare and endangered plants and animals.
The Northbrook Public Library Youth Services Department is joining Americans across the nation in participation in the Martin Luther King National Day of Service. We hope you join us on Monday, January 20th in the variety of service activities.
Finals are next week! Who's stressed out, exhausted and starving? Time for a study break!
If you're studying at the library, stop by our Finals Cafe in the Activity Room on:
The stuffed animals of Northbrook came to the Library last night, and boy, did they have a blast! After getting to know each other over pizza, they did a painting craft to take home, played on a zipline, dressed up, put on a puppet show, and enjoyed a PJ storytime. They all stayed up way past their bedtimes, but they eventually went to sleep. Everyone had a really good time and made a few new friends. Take a look at our slideshow to see for yourself!
If you missed the presentation on Energy Conservation and Solar Generation for Home and Business co-sponsored by Go Green Northbrook, you can watch it on YouTube.
Dan Whisler from Glenbrook North High School
Brandon Leavitt, president of Solar Service Inc.