January 15 - February 29
Readers of all ages are invited to get cozy and read this winter:
Sign up at either the Adult or Children's Information Desks, Create a Beanstack account, or log in to your existing account.
Sign up for a Beanstack account here
Record your reading in Beanstack or using a paper entry.
The more you read, the more chances you have to win one of our exciting prizes!
For every hour read, children can choose a raffle entry for the choice of an overstuffed cuddly animal prize package. If you complete 20 hours of reading you get to choose...
Seniors: Live Healthy
Thursday, February 13 from 12-1 pm. Elisa Lara from VNA Healthcare will discuss health, exercise, and nutrition tips for Seniors. Learn how to maintain your nutrition and keep a healthy body. Topics include diets and healthy tips for motivation, with a special focus on health prevention.
Emancipation to Inauguration: The Black Experience in Chicago
Sunday, February 9 from 2-3 pm. From the first settlers to the nation's Chief Executive, the African American presence in Chicago is deep and proud. From DuSable to Wells to Washington, the legacy is rich. Clarence Goodman takes us on a tour of the accomplishments and history of Black Chicago.
Taxes Are Everyone's Business
Tuesday, January 28 from 7:00 - 8:00 pm. Learn about tax changes for 2019 tax year from Judy Strauss of Strauss Tax Services
Staying Positive In a Negative World
Tuesday, January 21 from 7:00 - 8:00 pm. In this one of a kind program, Tom Kens will teach 10 fundamental practices to help you maintain a positive attitude despite the odds.
New Year, New Home: Decluttering Your Space
Thursday, January 16 from 7:00-8:00 pm. Professional organizer and productivity specialist Jeannie Dilger will walk you through transforming your house, from kitchens and closets to garages and basements.
We're fine free for Kids & Teens!
Children's and teen books, audiobooks, music and magazines no longer accrue fines if they are overdue. Overdue movies and science kits will still be subject to fines. Items that are lost or damaged will be charged according to our Circulation Policy.
Get a NEW passport at the Library!
Lemont Public Library accepts applications for NEW passports! Passport Hours:Monday and Wednesday: 9:00AM – 12:00PM, 2:00PM – 4:00PM & 6:00PM – 8:00PMTuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday: 9:00AM -12:00PM & 2:00PM – 4:00PMSunday: Applications not accepted
For detailed information, please visit lemontlibrary.org/passports/
A passport book or card can also be used for domestic air travel in compliance with TSA REAL ID regulations (starting October1, 2020).