Library News

  • National Friends of Libraries Week is October 17-23

    The Arlington Heights Memorial Library is proud to celebrate the Friends of the Arlington Heights Memorial Library as part of the 16th annual celebration of National Friends of Libraries Week, October 17-23.

    The Friends of the Arlington Heights Memorial Library is a nonprofit organization that understands the critical importance of well-funded libraries and advocates to ensure the Arlington Heights Memorial Library has access to the programs, materials and equipment needed to provide quality services to the community. The Friends sponsor yearly sales and maintain a book boutique (located on the first floor) offering used books and magazines for sale throughout

  • Arlington Heights Memorial Library Makerplace now open

    The Arlington Heights Memorial Library's Makerplace officially debuted on Sunday, September 19 with a grand opening celebration, which included welcoming remarks by library officials and Mayor Tom Hayes followed by a ceremonial opening of the building's front doors. Throughout the afternoon, close to 500 attendees took a guided tour of the new makerspace and learned about the many things visitors ages 12 and up can do using the Makerplace's technology and creative equipment along with flexible workspaces and a commercial-grade kitchen. The library would like to thank the Arlington Heights Memorial Library Foundation and the Friends of the Library for their continued support in helping to bring the makerspace to

  • Accessibility Support Collection for families debuts October 26

    “We think [the collection is] going to have a great impact right away,” Board Chair of C.I.T.Y. of Support Beth Deiter said. “It demonstrates to the community that we see these families,we acknowledge that you're here, and we want to support you.” 

    The library’s new Accessibility Support Collection of print materials, therapeutic toys and tools was made generously possible by C.I.T.Y. of Support (Children in Therapy and You). This nonprofit organization's mission is to “create a dynamic community, both online and in person, that supports all families navigating the needs of their child in therapy.” C.I.T.Y. of Support donated $10,000

 
 

NEW TO THE LIBRARY

Items Coming Soon

  DVDs  

   Blu-rays  

    Books    

 


 
 

Upcoming Programs

- /Cardinal Room

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Oct

Kids Time
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Oct

Kids Time
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