River Forest Public Library has begun work on a new strategic plan and one of our first steps is to gather community input and ideas. Please share your voice by completing our short survey (8 minutes). Results from this survey will help us set appropriate goals and prioritize funding in ways that make sense for our community.
All members of the household are invited to complete the survey. Paper copies are available at all service desks. The survey will be open until October 7.
Help us plan for the future of the library! We are holding a series of focus group sessions as part of our strategic planning process. We invite you to attend an in-person or virtual session. In person sessions will be held on October 3 and virtual sessions will be held on October 11 and 12. Each session is limited to 8 participants and will last approximately one hour. See details and sign up for a focus group today.
Here are some banned book lists assembled by our librarians, as well as digital collections from hoopla and Libby, that we encourage you to explore. Your Library supports your right to read. Banned Adult TitlesBanned Teen TitlesBanned Children’s TitlesBanned Books Week Collection for All Ages – hooplaBanned Books Week Collection for Kids – hooplaBanned Books Week Collection for Teens & Adults – Libby
Enjoy cinema from around the world, in the company of fellow global film fans. This month’s film: Parallel Mothers (Spain).
Join us for a service-oriented program just for tweens! Each month we will dedicate our time and talents to helping a different service organization. Advanced registration required.
Share Your Voice: Take our Community Survey River Forest Public Library has begun work on a new strategic plan and one of our first steps is to gather community input and ideas. Please share your voice by completing our short survey (8 minutes). Results from this survey will help us set appropriate goals and prioritize […]
Our new book drops have arrived and are ready for your returns. Our garden book drop now has a larger capacity and higher quality insulation that will protect library materials from extreme weather. We’ve also replaced the “drive-up” book drop. This convenient book drop is located at the exit of the south parking lot of […]