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Have a Library Card? You Could Win a Prize!

Use your Franklin Park Library Card to check out an item during April 14 - 20, 2013, and you'll earn a chance to enter our gift card drawing. If you don't have a library card, sign-up for your very own library card from April 14 - 20, 2013 to be eligible to win a prize, too. We're awarding a $10 gift card to a lucky winner from these three groups: kids, teens, and adults.

Read up on how to get your own library card. Circulation Services is ready to check out your items, and sign you up for a library card every day we're open.

It's a great time to become a member of the Franklin Park Library, and begin taking advantage of all your library card offers!

A Thank You to the Franklin Park Woman's Club

Did you know that the Franklin Park Library was founded by the Franklin Park Woman's Club? Learn more about the role of Franklin Park Woman's Club in our history.

On Thursday, April 25, we'll be presenting the Franklin Park Woman's Club with a cake at their monthly meeting as a demonstration of our appreciation for their continued support.

If you're interested in finding out more about the Franklin Park Woman's Club and possibly joining, you can contact Patricia Maggio @ 847-458-1004 or pat.maggio@sbcglobal.net.

Food for Fines

Food for Fines returns for National Library Week!

From April 14 - 20, Circulation Services will accept non-perishable food items in exchange for library fines. $1.00 in fines will be waived per item. All donations are given to a local food pantry.

Donations cannot be used to pay for lost, damaged, replacement materials or those sent to the collection agency.

Welcome to Our New Website

library logoAfter many months of hard work, we'd like to introduce our new website, fppld.org. It offers a fresh look, an easier method of navigation, our new logo, and our new web address. While you can still access our website through franklinparklibrary.org, we recommend that you update your bookmarks. Our new library logo is a digital rendering of a stained glass piece created by Kevin Eagleton. If you would like an intro to the new website or need help locating info, just ask a librarian or email web@fppld.org. Enjoy using our new website, and let us know what you think!

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