The Library has re-opened to the public with restrictions due to the ongoing pandemic. Our temporary hours of operation are 9-5 Monday through Friday, 9-1 Saturday, closed on Sunday. For more information click here
On Monday, July 13 the Library will resume regular operating hours.
All visitors will be required to wear a mask and practice social distancing. to limit contact with others, we recommend browsing with purpose.
Computer access will be restricted to 1 hour.
Contactless pickup will continue during our operating hours. Please call before coming to the library to pickup your holds.
Reservations can be made for study rooms, limit two people per study room at a time. Study rooms can be reserved for up to two hours.
While the library is closed to the public, we will be offering contact-free materials pick up Monday thru Friday 9-5 and Saturday 9-1 starting on June 8th.
A limited number of books are being transferred within our library system, so if you place a hold it might take longer than usual.
Here's How it Works:
Either fill out the form below, call us at 630-257-6541 (after you call the phone number press 1)
Place a hold through our catalog (Please be advised that this may take longer)
Pick Up Your Items
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Summer Reading 2020
Registration for Summer Reading begins June 15th!
TO REGISTER CLICK HERE!
Our Summer Reading Challenge is completely online this year!
Register for a new account through Beanstack or sign up through your existing accountOpen to all ages; the more you read and the more activities you complete, the more chances you have to winYou can complete the whole program through Beanstack but if you would prefer you can use a paper log to keep track before entering it into the app or on the website
Need to know how to register? Want to change your password? Add more readers to your account?...
Library Reopening Phases
The Library's book drop reopen on May 27. Take a look at our reopening plan and mark your calendars for Curbside Pickup starting on June 8th!
Introducing the Library's newest resource, Hoopla Digital. Hoopla is a one-stop location for ebooks, audiobooks, videos, graphic novels and more. Using your Lemont Library Card you can check out 8 titles per month. Hoopla works with smartphones, tablets, computers and smart tvs. Visit www.hoopladigital.com to sign up for an account with your library card and start using Hoopla today.
Lemont History Being Made
The CDC's official Coronavirus (COVID-19) webpage - This site is an all-in-one resource for everything Coronavirus. The site includes a description of symptoms, advice on what to do if you think you may have been exposed to the virus, information on how to slow the spread of the virus, to real time updates on the pandemic itself.
Stanford University Medicine official Coronavirus webpage - This resource was put together by Stanford Medicine. It has educational videos, brochures, community resources and more.
Mayo Clinic Informational Page on Coronavirus and the Coronavirus Supplement to the Mayo Clinic Health Letter - Authoritative...
The Library is the cornerstone of our community. It's the place we gather to learn, play games, distract ourselves, and seek inspiration. The Library is currently closed, but that doesn't mean we can't learn, play and interact with others in our community. Stay active with us virtually and continue your Library experience from the comfort of your home!
Social Distance Reading Club
Read and complete activities to earn entries into our digital raffles. Just visit the site or use your Beanstack app to signup the whole family. If you did our Summer or Winter Reading Program your information is...
We may be closed, but our librarians are hard at work. Got a reference question for us? Shoot us an email at email@example.com
Need some minor tech help? Ask a reference librarian at the email address provided above. We will schedule a time to help over email, voice or video between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm.